After returning back to the States to finish school and other matters, I am looking to return overseas for most any Flight/Ground Paramedic and/or Emergency Management position. I have extensive working experience with a vast number of cultures and locations and able to adapt to most any situation...
Education And Qualifications
Degree in Fire Science/ Fire Protection Technology (May 2002)
Degree in Criminal Justice (April 2002)
Community College of the Air Force
Degree in Health Science (June 2002)
Community College of the Air Force
U.S. Army Academy of Health Sciences Medical Specialist Course, November 1994 (This evolved into Paramedic Certification)
• Certified Instructional Methodology
• NFPA Firefighter I
• Emergency Rescue Technician
• Hazardous Materials Technician
• Confined Space Technician
• Structure Collapse Specialist
• Swift Water Technician
• Trench Rescue Technician
• High Angle Rescue Technician
• Underwater Rescue/ Recovery Technician
• National Registry Paramedic (NREMT-P)
• Federal Aviation Administration Licensed Pilot
• School of Aerospace Medicine (Flight Medicine)
Lead Remote Search and Rescue Paramedic (April 2013-Present)
United Nations MONESCO/PAE Inc.
Primary duties include working in remote conditions providing Search and Rescue, Pre-Hospital care at the ALS level, plan, train and implement all aspects of Emergency Management while working with a Multi-National staff. Prepare, translate and teach all aspects of RSR and Emergency Management to a Multi-National staff while working in a Sub-equatorial hostile region. Utilization of impromptu aircraft of both Western and former Soviet aircraft for use in job duties along with coordination of many governments, militaries and agencies.
Air Medical Supervisor (October 2011-March 2013)
Security Medical Evacuation, Ministry Of Interior, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Direct line supervision and training to multi-national staff, while incorporating, new, safe and advanced procedures and techniques. Also, making sure that strict cultural, and religious standards are adhered to. Develop, modify and implement new electronic reporting and tracking reports and procedures to be used by rotor and fixed wing crews, plus expansion of same for use in an international setting, normally geared only towards domestic (US) use. Develop, adjust and implement training for both standard Critical Care techniques and rescue applications to be used in both urban and austere conditions on a number of different aircraft. The current fleet consists of: Sikorsky S-92, Sikorsky S-70i, Hawker 900 series, both narrow and wide body Airbus aircraft and the Gulfstream 550.
Director of Quality Assurance/ Paramedic (January 2011-October 2011)
Rural Metro Emergency Medical Service
Duties to include 100% Quality Assurance on all ambulance calls, Trending to allow advancement in performance, expansion of protocols to include growth in pharmacology, medical equipment and procedures in the pre-hospital environment. Additional duties include coordination of resources in special events ranging from attendance ranging from 100 to 250,000 people. Assist in coordinating between EMS and several local, State and Federal agencies to provide security, safety and Mass Casualty Incident applications in a seamless manner.
Piedmont Emergency Medical Service/Tenet Healthcare (March 2009- January 2011)
Paramedic-Rock Hill, South Carolina
Duties and knowledge base to include both urban and rural emergency pre-hospital services at the critical care paramedic level in a 911 environment. Working as lead in a team and Incident Command structure, incorporate special duties involving many public service organizations, help facilitate mentoring and evaluation of both students and newly certified personnel, and involvement for structuring response, education and mitigation in both special and large scale incidents.
Consultant (June 2008-March 2009)
Provided consultation to private industries surrounding Emergency Management and Air Ambulance safety and accident investigation, also, during this time my schedule enabled me to focus further on advanced university studies.
Yellow EMS Paramedic (April 2007-June 2008/March 1994-June 1997)
Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Duties and knowledge base to include both urban and rural emergency pre-hospital medical services at the critical care paramedic level in a 911 environment. Inter-facility transfers of critical patients ranging from multi-pharmaceutical management, aortic balloon pumps, ventilator management, and multiple systems trauma management. Led and assisted in pre-planning for educational facilities, large corporation and high target facilities.
Security Forces Supervisor and Criminal Investigator – Various worldwide locations (2003-2006)
United States Air Force Reserves
Duties and knowledge base to include supervisory and command level day to day law enforcement operations, criminal investigations, and security for primary and secondary priority assets, enforcing Federal, State and Local laws. Worked as primary in security action planning, resource protection planning/measures and their respective implementation in addition routine law enforcement and security duties. This encompassed numerous deployments for Operations Noble Eagle, Enduring Freedom, Southern Watch, and Iraqi Freedom. This also included supervision from small scale to numerous people depending on assignment and location.
Chief Flight Medic (2004- 2005
Intensive Air Inc.- Sarasota, Florida, USA
Duties and knowledge base to included worldwide medical evacuation with focus on North, Central, and South America providing ALS/Critical Care to patients removed from either clinical settings or remote areas where only basic medical intervention has occurred and acted as the first level of advanced medical intervention.
Additional duties included crew scheduling, medical equipment management, and pharmaceutical management, lead liaison between private entities and government agencies for the establishment of medical evacuation in Iraq. This also included supervision from small scale to numerous people depending on assignment and location.
Paramedic/ Rescue Technician (1999- 2004)
Gaston County EMS, Gastonia, North Carolina, USA
Performed functions as a lead paramedic in both rural and urban environments. Additional primary functions included being a member of special tactics and rescue team this encompassed tactical emergency medical specialist “SWAT” medic. Duties and knowledge base also included structure and collapse specialist, trench rescue technician, confined space rescue technician, high angle rescue technician, swift water rescue technician, underwater rescue technician, hazardous materials technician, and working knowledge and use of the incident command system.
Flight Medic/C-141 B/C Aircrew Member- Various worldwide locations (1993-2003)
United States Air Force Reserves
Conducted worldwide aero-medical evacuation ranging from austere to clinical environments at the ALS/critical care level. Management of resources in all aspects worldwide. Additional duties included supervisory functions and facilitating continuing education for medical personal this also included long- term deployment to various remote & hostile locations around the world. This also included supervision from small scale to numerous people depending on assignment and location.
Security Policeman- Various worldwide locations to include Desert Shield and Desert Storm (1989- 1993)
United States Air force
Duties and knowledge base to include day-to-day law enforcement operations, enforcing Federal, State and Local laws. Provided extensive and in depth security for primary and nuclear resources.
New Albany Township Fire Departmen, Indiana, USA
Primary Fire and EMS response to both an Urban and Rural setting, including operations that included specialized rescue. Primary role was that of Structural Firefighter-EMT and Haz-Mat Technician while working under the Incident Command concept.
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