Jaydee Bengfort


On obtaining a position with your company Buck Knives, I am a worthy candidate. My work experience mostly relies on my military career in which I spent 6 years in the United States Army. While in the Army I learned skills that I cherish and carry on with me since leaving. My best attributes are dedication and team work. I find that working in a team to be not only enjoyable, but often the best way to accomplish a task that is set before you. However, dedication means if you are alone in a task, stay focused to complete the job in a timely manner, yet still professional. And never be afraid to ask for help if needed. In my civilian life I was employed at Cabela's, where my love of the outdoors and sporting goods helped me provide my custormers with the best help and knowledge I had. Working behind the firearms counter I also leaned about time management, especially around the hectic holiday seasons. I believe an employee should have above all patience and a hard work ethic. I would much appreicate a chance to sit down for an interview, and show I'm a worthy candidate and will fit in with your team. Thank you.

Work History

Work History
May 2007 - Oct 2014

Combat Engineer Solider (12B)

US Army

Squad Leader, Served with Honers in Afghanistan 

Sep 2011 - Mar 2013

Gun Counter/ Hunting Outfitter 


Sales and Customers service for firearms and hunting equipment 


Aug 2010 - May 2012


North Idaho College

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Completion of US Army's Warrior Leadership Course at Camp Williams, UT. Receiving Honor Grad. The Army equates this as a leadership course many companies give their long term employees. 

Recipient of two Army Commendation Medals while serving In Afghanistan. 

References: Curtis Baker (509) 998-4199, Supervisor in Afghanistan 

                         Stu Polson (208) 640-0951, Supervisor at Cabela's