Dennis Guy

Analytical/Field Engineer

Education

Education
Jan 2008 - Jan 2010

A.S. Safety and Security Business Administration

Pittsburgh Technical Institute

In today’s information age, critical thinking skills are vital for success. This course utilizes case studies to teach reasoning, analysis, and evaluation skills in everyday situations. I learned the importance and benefits of critical and creative thinking, work through steps to understand, analyze, and evaluate specifics of argument and persuasion, and practice solving problems using critical thinking skills

Work History

Work History
Mar 2014 - Oct 2015

Field Engineer

GYRODATA

Responsible for delivering a world class experience to large clients, Shell, Halliburton, EXXON.

Maintained client relationships via over coming objections and concerns, while increasing profit margins.

Risk evaluation and management on every job with Job Safety  Awareness

Personnel training and competence via online and classroom training

Clients, contractors, and third parties relationship management

Continuous improvement and drive for success

Aug 2007 - Feb 2014

Sales Manager

Best Buy
  • Provide direct supervision, coaching, training, development, and performance management of supervisors and associates.
  • Share accountability with other store leadership to develop talent and build a sales culture where employees clearly understand what is expected to deliver business results.
  • Motivate, coach, recognize, and performance manage employees to reach their full potential.
  • Drive positive outcomes of key sales indicators in support of Revenue, Margin, and NOP goals.
  • Led the District in the top 3 driving Key Indicators leveraging Financial Services, Month after Month for Q4 2013
May 2006 - May 2014

Sergeant (Army) Engineer

PA Army National Guard

I carried the most impact when it came to training and supervising junior enlisted personnel in military life, personal care and Leadership training. As a sergeant at this grade I was asked to develop and mentor privates and specialists, getting them on an upwardly mobile career path while teaching them the drive and resiliency that defines an Non-Commission Officer.

May 2010 - May 2012

Team Leader Search and Extraction Engineer

U.S Army, FEMA REGION III

Worked with civil authorities while leading a 5 person team at a domestic CBRNE incident site by identifying CBRNE agents and substances, assessing current and projected consequences, advising on response measures, and assisting with appropriate requests for additional support.