Carlos Avery

Carlos Avery

Work History

Work History
Apr 2008 - Dec 2008

Sales Representative

Marketstar Corporation

Sales Representative

§Managed territory for market penetration and business development.

§Served as a consultant to trade customers to improve profits through increased product knowledge and sales volume.

§Trained sales associates by communicating product competitive insights to improve their knowledge and skills.

§Analyzed computerized software data to identify trends and create actionable solutions.

§Used analytical methods to develop business plans and marketing research data.

§Executed effective sales promotional events in geographical retail territories.

§Built and maintained essential relationships with retail trade partners.

§Provided escalating customer trade support for business interactive transactions.

Nov 1988 - Jan 2008

Owner/President

Fiber-Care,Inc.

President, Owner

§Responsible for operational management and business to business development.

§Provided environmental services to clean, sanitize and preserve interior contents of residential and/or commercial properties.

§Contractor for claim losses of numerous insurance companies such as:

§Alfa, Auto Owners, Allstate, Safeco, State Farm, Cotton States, Nationwide, USSA, Farmers, Starke Agency, and Paul Davis Systems.

§Contractor for claim losses of City of Montgomery, Alabama, Water Works Sewer and Sanitation Board

§Contractor for claim losses of nursing homes, hospitals, long term retirement and assisted living homes, daycare (adult and child), according to OSHA standards 1901.1030(b) and OPIM compliance.

§Contractor for claim losses of schools, institutions, restaurants, and other facilities.

§Trained and dispatched emergency response teams to extract water from residential and/or commercial properties after catastrophes such as flooding, wind, fire, smoke, water damage, sewage backup, hazardous material spills, toxic mold and air quality control.

§Removed malodor odors using chemical agents, standard ozone methods, air scrubbles and dehumidification and other restorative equipment.

§Inspected buildings for health and safety standards for sick building syndrome.

§Trained personnel on environmental cleaning sewage backup in compliance with OSHA 29CFR-1910.120 and 1926.65.

§Served as safety officer and consultant and performed compliant training for employees.

§Trained and aided technicians to clean, sell and install carpet, tile, hardwood, oriental rugs and vinyl flooring according to industry standards.

§Trained employees on compliance requirements regulations and standards.

§Consultant for market development, OSHA cleaning standards, bio-safety, personal protection equipment, collected air, water and mold samples, personal hygiene, sanitation, hazardous material and hazardous communication procedures.

§Provided employee training development for workplace safety risk management and environmental safety.

§Provided training material safety data sheets, toxic chemicals, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), packing, storage.

§Indoor environmental quality standards for the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

Apr 1983 - Oct 1986

Training Instructor

Alabama Department of Corrections

1983 – 1986ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONSMontgomery, AL

Training Instructor Supervisor I

§Performed instructional course development and courses using instructional system development module designs.

§Administered test constructions for learning behaviors.

§Researched laws, codes, rules and directives for administrative procedures.

§Maintained proper documentation and file storage of training records.

§Performed formal and informal lectures in classrooms, community, civic groups and other governmental facilities.

§Instructed qualified Law Enforcement Personnel rules and regulations and the use of deadly force and firearms training under Alabama Laws and The National Rifle Association Certification.

§Maintained strict supervision and control of weapons and ammunition from check out to return to Investigation and Inspections Unit.

§Prepared lesson plans and created training aids for each area of instruction for all security personnel, support personnel, and county officials in Supervisor Training..

§Taught qualified Law Enforcement Personnel the use of specialized weapons and defensive tactics.

§Inventoried fire arms by serial number, and ammunition stored with the Investigation and Inspections Unit, and transported weapons and ammunition as needed for firing range.

§Traveled to assigned areas to train personnel and inspect and maintain training records at work release centers.

§Operated Surveillance/Audio-Video taping, editing for covert assignments and production filming.

§Team member and leader for Prison Emergency Team (Riot Arrest Team) for Emergency Situations.

Mar 1976 - Apr 1983

Correctional Officer/Transfer Agent

Alabama Department of Corrections

1976 – 1983ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONSMontgomery, AL

Correctional Counselor/Officer

§Performed correctional officer’s duties according to state laws and administrative procedures.

§Performed security functions in segregation and other security areas working with multi-custody class inmates.

§Performed investigative and disciplinary incident report writing procedures.

§Patrol institution grounds for security risk breaches and containment.

§Transfer agent – Transported inmates in state vehicle or other necessary means of transportation from June 1980 through 1984 throughout the United States.

§Segregation Supervisor – Performed duties assisting shift commander.

Education

Education
Apr 1980 - Mar 1984

Criminal Justice

Troy State University in Montgomery
Aug 1982 - Sep 1982

Academic Instructor

Maxwell Air Force Base

Professional

Training

§Member of American Society for Healthcare and Environmental Services.

§Member of National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

§Authorized 3M Scotchgard service representative 1/89.

§Authorized representative of a national corporation, Bane-Clene Way 11/88.

§Certified Instructor American Red Cross - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Course and First Aid Treatment 12/86.

§Certified Instructor Certificate- Chemical Agent 11/86.

§Specialized Training- Law Librarianship and legal research 10/86.

§Specialized Instructor Certificate for Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission.

§Academic School Instructor- Air University, United States Air Force 10/82

§Received 16 hours of training and tactical operations per month on Riot Arrest team.Training included Defensive tactics, special weapons and tactics, riot control, shakedowns, fire evacuation plans, hostage negotiations, special equipment, and training of other correctional officers. 11/78-10/84.

§Attended Advanced Training – Alabama Department of Corrections 8/82, 83, and 84.

§“Special Weapons and Tactics” - Alabama Criminal Justice Training Center 2/82.

§“Man Tracking School” – Alabama Criminal Justice Training Center 3/82.

§“Riot Arrest Team – Advanced”- Alabama Criminal Justice Training Center – Alabama Department of Corrections 10/81.

§“Advanced Training for Correctional Officers”.Completion of 30 hours 10/81.

§“Tactical Operations Course” - Alabama Advance Criminal Justice Academy, Montgomery, AL 9/80.

§“Certificate of Achievement – Completion of Tactical Operations”.40 hours special weapons and tactics, and 40 hours riot control 12/79.

§“Riot control training Course (S.W.A.T)” - Alabama Advance Criminal Justice Academy, Montgomery, AL 12/79.

§Completion of “Minimum Standard Training for Alabama Peace Officers”.University of Alabama Law Enforcement Academy 8/78.

Skills

Skills

Sales Representative

Trained in busines to business development, competitive insights, marketing services,business consulting, retail trade markets, product - training and development, promotional event training and performances,

Project manager

  Conduct workshops for contractual  agreements between insurance agencies and claimants in property losses. Provide cost estimates-material costs,depreciation of property losses, manage employees-vendor compliance, codes, establish schedule calender for projects, and arrange closing of claim.       Academic  research, lesson plan construction, test evaluation, classroom presentation-iformal and formal.   High Security skill training.

Mutiple skill training

    Professional Training §  Member of American Society for Healthcare and Environmental Services. §  Member of National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. §  Authorized 3M Scotchgard service representative 1/89. §  Authorized representative of a national corporation, Bane-Clene Way 11/88. §  Certified Instructor American Red Cross - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Course and First Aid Treatment 12/86. §  Certified Instructor Certificate  - Chemical Agent 11/86. §  Specialized Training  - Law Librarianship and legal research 10/86. §  Specialized Instructor Certificate for Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission. §  Academic School Instructor  - Air University, United States Air Force 10/82 §  Received 16 hours of training and tactical operations per month on Riot Arrest team.  Training included Defensive tactics, special weapons and tactics, riot control, shakedowns, fire evacuation plans, hostage negotiations, special equipment, and training of other correctional officers. 11/78-10/84. §  Attended Advanced Training – Alabama Department of Corrections 8/82, 83, and 84. §  “Special Weapons and Tactics” - Alabama Criminal Justice Training Center 2/82. §  “Man Tracking School” – Alabama Criminal Justice Training Center 3/82. §  “Riot Arrest Team – Advanced”  - Alabama Criminal Justice Training Center – Alabama Department of Corrections 10/81. §  “Advanced Training for Correctional Officers”.  Completion of 30 hours 10/81. §  “Tactical Operations Course” - Alabama Advance Criminal Justice Academy, Montgomery, AL 9/80. §  “Certificate of Achievement – Completion of Tactical Operations”.  40 hours special weapons and tactics, and 40 hours riot control 12/79. §  “Riot control training Course (S.W.A.T)” - Alabama Advance Criminal Justice Academy, Montgomery, AL 12/79. §  Completion of “Minimum Standard Training for Alabama Peace Officers”.  University of Alabama Law Enforcement Academy 8/78.