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Work experience

May 2013Present

Wildland Fire Fighter

US Forest Service

Wildland fire fighter during the summers for OC 36 here in the basin. Ive done 9 tours in 2 seasons. Great reviews on every tour.

Mar 2010Apr 2012

Snowboard instructor

Heavenly ( Vail Resorts)

Have worked at all 3 different ski schools throughout Heavenly. in the 3 seasons I've been a part of their team have had many great lessons, had returning customers, and sold upgrade lessons to others i taught. 2012-2013 season had to fill out 0 accident or incident reports.

Dec 2009Mar 2010

Snowboard instructor

Kirkwood (Vail Resorts)

Provided excellent customer service to all guest I crossed paths with. Taught safe, fun, informative lessons to people visiting as well as sold them future lesson/lift ticket packages.

Nov 2008Apr 2009

Childrens Snowboard Coach

Breckenridge (Vail resorts)

I coached children from the ages of 8-15 all season on a snowboard. I also taught a bi lingual ski lesson for a week straight all private lessons. was employee of the month twice during my season in Breckenridge.

Jan 1999Mar 2005

Snowboard and Ski instructor

Plattekill

Coached the same school group kids every Saturday, along with private and group lessons to the public.

Education

Jan 2005Present

non degree studies

PSIA

As a professional instructor, im always training with other older, more experienced instructors to better myself both with teaching and riding. Practice is the closest we can get to perfection

Aug 2005Dec 2007

St Josephs

References

Cody Tweedie

Construction Foreman Tweedie construction 6072870543

Steve Rusnock

Supervisor Heavenly 775 586 7000 ext 6302

Objective

My goal is to become associated with a company where I can utilize my skills and gain further experience while enhancing the company’s productivity and reputation.

Certifications

Jan 2015Jan 2017

CPR and First aid and AED

AHA
Includes Adult/Child/Infant Basic CPR, First Aid and AED Meets American Heart Association (AHA) CPR and ECC guidelines Includes the new "Hands Only" or "Compression Only" bystander techniques