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Education and Safety Professional

Las Cruces, NM

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Summary

Have worked as a Health Physicist, Environmental Health and Safety Professional, High School and Middle School Math/Science Teacher, and Naval Officer. Am Currently enrolled in Paralegal Studies at Dona Ana Community College.

Work Experience

GS-13, SVAD Supervisory Health Physicist (1306)

US Government, White Sands Missile Range, NM

Jun 2011Dec 2011

Survivability, Vulnerability Assessment Directorate (SVAD) White Sands Missile Range, NM
01 June 2011-01 December 2011
  • Branch Chief Survivability Vulnerability Assessment Directorate Resource Protection Division
  • Resource Protection Division Safety Manager and Supervisor
  • Chairman of SVAD Safety Committee
  • Resource Protection/Health Physics Safety Audit and Inspection Coordinator/Lead
  • Environmental and Safety Audit and Inspection Coordinator/Lead
  • SVAD Safety Manager
  • SVAD Calibration and Metrology Coordinator/ Auditor
  • Emergency Response Team Lead
  • Radiological Identification and Control Team Chief
  • Personnel Reliability Program Certifying Official for surety program
  • SVAD Radiation Safety Officer
  • Radiation Safety Officer for Fast Burst Reactor and Relativistic Electron Beam Accelerator
  • Radiation Safety Officer for PI-538 Flash X-Ray System, High Powered Microwave Facility and Electromagnetic Radiation Environment Facility.
  • Radiation Safety Officer for SVAD Gamma Radiation Facility, El Dorado 78 Operating System, and Linear Accelerator
  • Alternate Radiation Safety Officer on WSMR Broad scope License
  • Primary Special Nuclear Material Accountability Officer
  • Surety Key Control Officer
  • Member of Radiation Safety Committee
  • Member of Reactor Safety Committee
  • Appointed as the expert and technical authority in the field of health physics and ionizing and non-ionizing radiation.

Job Description: Developed, implemented, managed and evaluated safety, environmental, and health physics programs for the directorate. Performed safety evaluations of directorate facilities and equipment. Worked with directorate project personnel and ensured overall project safety and appropriate provision of directorate resources. Conducted directorate safety investigations (accidents, incidents, near-misses, material misuse, spills, losses, thefts, unauthorized receipt and uses, overexposures, transfers, disposals). Implemented and performed internal audits of directorate safety programs. Ensured environmental, radiological, health and safety compliance to all regulatory standards. Acted as directorate Environmental, Safety, and Resource Protection lead for all external regulatory audits. Acted as lead emergency radiological and safety incident first responder and investigator.
Developed and maintained Facility Emergency Plans and Environmental Monitoring Plans. Developed, coordinated, documented, and tracked standard operating procedures, job hazard analyses, and Accident Plans for all sections in the directorate. Developed curriculum for directorate safety training programs. Coordinated and tracked directorate safety training programs and provided safety training to all directorate personnel ranging from janitorial workers to post-graduate degreed personnel. Planned, coordinated, and participated in emergency and non emergency training evolutions and drills.
Identified and selected instrumentation for measurement, calibration and metrology. Performed and validated instrument calibration.
Provided direction and redirection for the allocation of material, human, and infrastructure resources. Developed and managed division budget. Directed the training of directorate Safety and Health Physics personnel. Provided technical guidance and information to administrative and technical personnel, other government agencies, and local, national, and international organizations. Provided oversight for the use, storage, configuration, and decommissioning of all directorate energy radiating and radiation producing devices and materials. Prepared and issued administrative, management, and technical policies for the directorate radiation safety program. Evaluated new health physics and radiation safety programs and projects. Evaluated departmental personnel performance and administered departmental personnel actions.

GS-13, Health Physicist (1306)

US Government, White Sands Missile Range, NM

Nov 2008Jun 2011

Survivability, Vulnerability Assessment Directorate (SVAD), White Sands Missile Range, NM 
November 2008 - June 2011 
Job Description: Served as lead SVAD Resource Protection Office health physicist. Evaluated work site radiation, environmental, and safety hazards. Made radiological, environmental and safety recommendations to directorate and Installation Safety management. Performed safety evaluations of facilities and equipment of proposed uses. Maintained compliance with external inspections and internal management systems and audits. Ensured compliance to environmental and radiological regulatory standards. Designed, implemented, and tracked a radioactive waste storage and disposal program which met regulatory guidelines. Acted as an emergency radiological and safety incident first responder and investigator. 
Reviewed, authored, and updated departmental safety programs, standard operating procedures, and training curriculum. Provided radiation training to all directorate personnel ranging from janitorial workers to post-graduate degree personnel. Planned, coordinated, and participated in emergency and non emergency training evolutions and drills. 
Served as Resource Protection calibration and metrology coordinator and Radiation Protection Committee member. 
Provided guidance, technical, and staff supervision of all ionizing radiation producing simulators, radiation areas, licensing, and radioactive materials used or produced at the directorate. Provided radiation safety technical support to management staff. Researched and maintained cognizance of new developments, techniques, instrumentation, and standards used in radiological health and health physics. Provided departmental and directorate staff supervision and guidance. Advised and assisted local, commercial, national and international organizations on various aspects of Radiation Safety. Maintained a contamination control program that included ambient radiation surveys, contamination surveys, air sampling programs, sealed source leak testing, and sample analysis. Implemented a radioactive waste reduction program.

Environmental Health &Safety Senior Associate

Amgen Inc, Thousand Oaks, CA

Jun 2006Sep 2008

Job Description: Served as Environmental Health and Safety Divisional Representative, Assistant Bio Safety Officer, Health Physicist, consultant for site calibration and metrology programs, member of the Hazardous Response Team and member of the Building Evacuation Team. Sustained site Radiation Safety Program, taught Environmental Health and Safety classes to all site employees ranging from janitorial workers to PhD researchers. Assisted with implementation and management of site Bio Safety Program. Ranked jobs/tasks for Hazard level. Developed and documented Risk Assessments. Conducted Root Cause Analyses for safety programs. Acted as a safety incident first responder and investigator. Insured corrective action implementation and closure. Maintained compliance with external inspections, internal management systems, and audits. Managed laboratory audit program for Amgen Research and Development Labs. Participated in and performed inspections and internal audits.

High School Teacher and Department Head

Cornerstone Christian High School, Camarillo, CA

Aug 1999Jun 2006

Taught 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade math and science. Courses taught included: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry Plane and Solid, Introduction to Physical Science, Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Physics, Chemistry, and Health. Served as Science Department Head. Developed, Implemented and Prepared personnel for Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accreditation. Accreditation achieved 1998. Earned Professional Educator’s Renewal Credential, Association of Christian Schools International 4/04. Earned Professional Educator’s Certificate, Association of Christian Schools International 4/01. Awarded: University of California San Diego; Outstanding High School Teacher Recognition Award (2004-2005), Parke H. Davis, 7th Edition; Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2004), University of California San Diego; Outstanding High School Teacher Recognition Award (2002-2003), Parke H. Davis, 5th Edition; Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2002)

Middle School Teacher

Carden Middle School, Camarillo, CA

Aug 1996Jun 1999

Taught 6th, 7th and 8th grade middle school science and math 1996-1998. Courses taught included: Sixth Grade Math, Algebra 1, Introduction to Computers, Earth Science, Life Science, and Physical Science. Taught combination 6th and 7th grade class 1999. Subjects taught included: Sixth Grade Math, Algebra 1, Earth Science, Life Science, Physical Science, Sixth Grade English and Literature, Seventh Grade English and Literature, Sixth Grade History, Seventh Grade History. Passed California Basic Educational Skills Test for Teachers 6/97.

Officer

United States Navy,

Dec 1988Apr 1993

Served as Radiation Health Officer, Medical Division Officer, Training Officer, and Chemical, Biological Radiological Warfare Officer onboard the USS Samuel Gompers AD-37. Managed and supervised USS Samuel Gompers medical department personnel. Implemented the US Navy Radiation Health Program onboard ship, Naval Hospital Oakland, Medical Clinic Treasure Island, and Moffett Field CBR warfare unit. Established an external radiation health audit assist program and conducted radiation health audits on other Navy vessels and clinics in the Pacific Fleet. Conducted radiation training, medical training, and specialized CBR training for military personnel. Planned, coordinated, and participated in emergency and non emergency training evolutions and drills. Maintained facility emergency plans. Responded to emergencies. Reviewed procedures and documentation. Wrote Radiation Safety Manuals and standard operating procedures. Provided consultation for radioactive salvaging and dive operations.

Education

Have 45.68 hours towards Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies

Dona Ana Community College, Las Cruces, NM

2011

Department of the Army Radiation Safety Officer Certification in Health Physics

U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center,

2010

Certified Supervisor Safety Training in Safety

OSHA Training Institute Rocky Mountain Education Center, White Sands, NM

2009

Radioactive Shipping Certification in Transportation of Hazardous Material

RASO Naval Sea Systems Command,

2009

Gamma Spectroscopy Certification in Gamma Spectroscopy

Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Oak Ridge, TN

2009

Hazardous Materials Technician Refresher Training in Hazardous Waste Operations

California Emergency Response Technologies Inc, Thousand Oaks, CA

2008

Certified Environmental Health and Safety Management Specialist in Environmental Health and Safety

National Association of Safety Professionals,

2008

Certified Safety Auditor in Environmental Health and Safety

National Association of Safety Professionals ,

2008

Radiation Safety Officer in Health Physicss

Radiation Safety Academy, Gaithersburg, MD

2007

Post Graduate Certification in Radioactive Waste Classification

NEWEX, Oak Ridge, TN

20062006

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Training Certification in Hazardous Waste Operation

JJ Keller and Associates , Valencia, CA

2006

Post Graduate Certification in Chemical Biological Radiological Warfare

US Navy Chemical Biological Radiological School, Treasure Island, CA

1989

Physics/Radiation Biology

US Naval Nuclear Underwater Medical Institute,

19881989

BS in Biology

University of Evansville,

19831988

Additional Information

Groups and Associations:
  • Member Health Physics Society
  • Member National Association of Safety Professionals
  • Member of Science Support Committee of the Health Physics Society
  • Member of Science Education Task Force of the Health Physics Society

Honors and Awards:
  • WSMR On the Spot Award for outstanding knowledge, ability, support, professionalism, dedication, and understanding as Branch Chief of Resource Protection/Supervisory Health Physicist during the Army Reactor Council (ARC) Operation (OP) Review Audit of the Army’s Godiva Reactor located at White Sands Missile Range, 2011.
  • WSMR On the Spot Award for outstanding performance during the Nuclear Accident or Incident Response and Accident (NAIRA) Exercise ARC OP Review, 2011.
  • WSMR On the Spot Award for Audit and Inspection Support, 2009
  • WSMR On the Spot Award for writing Safety SOPs, Radiation Safety and Emergency Procedures, 2009
  • WSMR On the Spot Award for Radiation Training Program, 2009
  • Certificate of Appreciation for Performance Test of the Counter Suicide Bomber Capability Test WSMR, 2009
  • Amgen Bravo Award for Emergency Response, 2007.
  • Amgen Bravo Award for Radiation Safety Training Program Management and Implementation, 2008.
  • University of California San Diego; Outstanding High School Teacher Recognition Award (2004-2005)
  • Parke H. Davis, 7th Edition; Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2004)
  • University of California San Diego; Outstanding High School Teacher Recognition Award (2002-2003)
  • Parke H. Davis, 5th Edition; Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2002)
  • U.S. Navy; Early promotion from Lieutenant (Junior Grade) to Lieutenant
  • U.S. Navy; Department of Defense Humanitarian Service Medal
  • U.S. Navy; Department of Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation
  • U.S. Navy; Sea Service Deployment Ribbon
  • U.S. Navy; National Defense Service Medal
  • Phi Beta Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma

References and salaries are available upon request.
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