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Matthew Martin

  • Greater Seattle Area, US
  • 206-348-4050

Road Crew at Washington Department of Ecology

Work History

Feb 2016Present

Road Crew

Washington Department of Ecology
-Gather and record site data -Coordinate and or assist with local agencies on ecological projects -Survey trails and or conservation areas to asses trail conditions after winter snow melt -Operate various equipment to accomplish task completion -Occasionally work with WSDOT for spill response -Completed numerous conservation reclamation projects to reestablish endangered and or polluted areas
Nov 20142016

Foundry Assistant

Morel Industries
-Mold and Melt -Pouring large and special order molds -Familiarity with melting and mixing Iron, Steel, Bronze, Copper, Aluminum -Outbound shipping -Assisted with CNC finishing -Safe Forklift, Front loader & Bobcat operation. -Minor welding -Met and exceed all project deadlines --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Processor/Water Dock worker

Westward Seafood's Inc.

-Production and warehouse work
-Operated stamping, and gluing machine, X-Ray. Stacked pallets,
-Loaded and unloaded Ammonia freezers using forklift.
-Water Dock - Assisted in mooring inbound vessels in all types of weather
-Ensure dock safety/ boarding equipment is in place
-Board all vessels
-Offload cargo
-Re-stalk vessel essentials

jan 20102011

Outreach Counselor

Orion Center Youth Care

-Engaged more than 1100 youth in a variety of settings including James W. Ray Orion Center, Urban settings, schools, and shelters
-Provide De-escalation, crisis intervention, and substance abuse support
-Basic counseling services
-Maintained accurate Service reports, data collection and monthly grant reporting.
-Develop relationships with other community agencies to facilitate contacts and services for at risk youth

Feb 20062010

Specialist/ E-4

US Army Natick Soldier Research, Development, and Engineering Center

-Explosive Ordinance Disposal
-Trained in disposal of weapons and/or ordinances
-One of 15 Specialists selected to lead comprehensive training of foreign and domestic law enforcement
-Successfully trained and certified foreign military personnel, 14 agencies, over 3200 Police, Fire, EMS, and on current ordinance disposal, Tactical law enforcement techniques, procedures, and Mass Casualty Response increasing measured unit proficiency by an average 20%



Valley Forge Military Academy & College