Tower C. Resume – Tower Climber
David M Anthony
Seeking an entry-level career position as a Tower Hand (or equivelant) in the telecommunications industry, Lease Operator (or equivelant) in the oil and gas industry, or another position in a different industry that allows me to work outdoors independently or as part of a small team/crew. Willing to relocate and/or travel for the right opprotunity.
Ability to manage, negotiate, schedule, and budget; basic understanding of blueprints; knowledgable of most hand and power tools; physically healthy and mature; ability to communicate effectively and write reports; capable of working independently or as a member of a team; computer literate; clean driving record and background.
Relevant Experience: (Some positions have overlapped)
Ranch Hand/Assistant Dog Trainer—Lazy MD Ranch, TX—05/2016 to July/2017
Responsible for the feeding, cleaning, and caring of horses and hunting dogs, as well as maintenance of facilities, fencing, and landscaping of property. Work independently without supervision six to seven days per week. (relocated to NC)
Freelance Author/Writer/Ghostwriter—Redlands, CA—04/2002 to Present
Author of two books under my own name, ghostwriter of four books and over 100 articles for other authors; award-winning produced screenwriter.
UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter Mechanic—Army National Guard—2008 to 2011
Part-time, one weekend per month, performed mechanical maintenance on UH-60 Blackhawk helicopters. Honorable Discharge.
Carpenter’s Helper—KTP Construction (Van Nuys, CA project)—10/2007 to 3/2008
Assistant Project Manager—Eitel Wade, LLC (no longer in business), Temecula, CA—1997 to 1999 Assisted in the management of numerous new self-storage construction projects worth over $15 million, to include bidding out projects, contract negotiations, scheduling, and budgeting.
United States Air Force—Bioenvironmental Engineering Specialist—1983 to 1987
Conducted industrial workplace surveys to ensure compliance with applicable OSHA, NIOSH, and military regulations with regard to usage of chemicals, radioactive isotopes, PPE, ventilation, and noise.
UCLA Extension—The Writer’s Program—xxx-xxx-xxxx
California State University, San Bernardino—Business Administration—xxx-xxx-xxxx (141 qtr units completed)
|Last Resume Update||October 25, 2018|
|Willing to Relocate?||Yes|