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Emily Bell
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Professional Summary

Seasoned Medical Technician with more than 18 years of experience including fast-paced deployed settings. Excellent communication and dedication to job completion. Track record of achieving exceptional results in supervision and quality control. 

Service-oriented Airman with a 21 year background in patient care. Core competencies include EMT Certified, CPR certified and Radiology certified as well as an excellent communicator with time management skills. Handles tasks with accuracy and efficiency.

Skills
  • EMT/CPR certified; proud member of the NREMT and CPR certified since 2004
  • Instructor; gave classes on Zoll defibrillator, Am Bus driving, starting IV's, litter carries and anti-hijacking procedures, creating knowledgable airman.
  • Critical thinker; created load plans as ambulatory/litter lead, able to make important decisions directly effecting the safety of patients and the mission with 0 mishaps.
  • Proven leader; assumed the mission control leader(Bull Dog), guided airman into their roles while calculating risks and supplies with 100% success.
  • Experienced radiology technician;  able to perform radiology procedures from start to finish ensuring patient safety using the six rights with zero discrepancies.
  • Enthusiastic manager of personnel and materials; Direct career guiding supervision since 1997 while responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of equipment resulting in stronger Army/Air Force and 100% accounted equipment.
Experience
439th ASTS Charlie Flight Chief 09/2011 to Present
U.S Air Force Reserves
  • Supervise and manage the careers of eight personnel in areas of Career Developing Courses (CDC) acquisition and testing, Emergency Medical Technician(EMT) certification, Readiness Skills Verification (RSV) competency and completion.
  • Consummate NCO: accountable for the upgrade training, professional development and duty performance of subordinates.
  • Dedicated leader and mentor of airmen. Inspiring them and extracting their greatest efforts to deliver their personal best while holding them responsible for time tables and deadlines.
  • Enthusiastic member of a 10 personnel Unit Type Code (UTC) responsible for fast deployment and set up of a Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility(CASF).
NCOIC 06/2012 to 12/2012
United States Air Force Ramstein, Ge
  • In House Coordinator; prepared seamless transition of 1442 patients for definitive care while building joint services rapport.
  • Knowledgeable equipment tech; responsible for $1.5 million of equipment. Trained the staff and enhanced medical technician abilities.
  • Supervise and manage patient care activities in the Contingency Aeromedical Staging Facility operations.
  • Extremely motivated; chosen for C –17 Mission Control duties ahead of peers; ensured mission readiness while delivering uninterrupted patient care.
  • Mission essential; completed 383 missions, processed 5089 coalition; Operation Enduring Freedom(OEF)/Operation New Dawn while at the Air Force busiest CASF.
  • Committed leader; completed all SJPME within 30 days; producing positive leadership shadow for all to emulate.
Assistant NCOIC 05/2010 to 12/2010
United States Air Force Ramstein, GE
  • Deployed to the Air Forces' busiest CASF in Ramstein Germany; launched and recovered 78,000 wounded troops in support of OEF/OIF/OND.
  • Maintained $1.6 million vehicle fleet; completed daily checks/reported discrepancies; insured 100% operability.
  • Dedicated NCO; assumed the role of assistant NCOIC and becoming a liaison for Jr. enlisted and Westover Air Reserve Base while directly supervising and mentoring two Jr enlisted; instilling growth among the future Air Force NCO's
  • Ensured 100% accountability of $500,000 medical equipment; completed daily checks with zero discrepancies.
  • High Deck Personnel Loading Platform(HDPLP) certified technician; entrusted with running $370,000 equipment; Aided in the swift deplaning of patients.
Medical Technician 01/2008 to 06/2008
United States Air Force Balad-Iraq
  • Maintain 26 CASF computers; resolved over 30 hardware/software issues which ensured IT/COMSEC readiness.
  • Reliable customs agent; inspected and processed 300 bags of luggage for illicit contraband and ensured enforcement of regulations.
  • Coordinated with C-2 and FCC; move 350 ambulatory/litter patients from AFTH to CASF which expedited patient movement through the Aeromedical Evacuation system.
  • Altered and streamlined anti-hijacking protocol; separating patients from pre-mission activities while addressing and fixing Air Force Instruction(AFI) discrepancies. Creating a better workflow for the mission.
Radiologic Technician/ Combat Medic 01/1994 to 06/2003
United States Army Reserves West Hartford, CT
  • Supervised all radiologic procedures for proper performance with emphasis on patient care and radiation protection.
  • Managed three soldiers in the radiology department; ensuring that they were properly trained in all life-saving skills, common task training for combat readiness as well as ready to perform their radiologic duties.
  • Well trained soldier; educated in lifesaving techniques which include CPR, hot and cold weather training, as well as life saving measures for gunshot wounds(GSW).
  • Responsible soldier; maintaining inventory and proper functionality of all radiologic equipment and accessories with 100% serviceability.
Radiology NCOIC 05/2002 to 01/2003
United States Army Doha-Kuwait
  • Trained soldiers in areas of patient care, radiation protection, life-saving skills and common task training.
  • Created schedule and proper manning for the radiology department at the Kuwait Armed Forces hospital(KAFH); ensuring that 24 hour/ 7 days a week coverage was available.
  • Vigilant protector; served as an armed guard for 60 Army medical personnel while traveling off post to the KAFH and back to Camp Doha with 100% mission success.
  • Supervised, mentored and lead 3 radiology personnel; ensuring all training was completed and documentation was current delivering 100% mission readiness.
Squad leader/Radiology Technician 02/1997 to 11/1997
United States Army Tuzla-Bosnia
  • Squad leader for 5 soldiers; responsible for location of personnel and sensitive items; a liaison responsible for all problems in the squad and dissemination of information.
  • Performed x-rays, first aid, CAT scans, fluoroscopy and other radiological functions as needed.
  • Dedicate soldier; as part of a two-man radiology department responsible for 24 hours/7 day a week available coverage.
Education
Certificate of Completion: Professional Military Education Sep 2013 Non Commissioned Officers Academy - Tindale AFB, FL
Bachelor of Science: Health care Administration Sep 2011 Charter Oak State College - Bristol, CT
Master of Science: Information Technology University of Phoenix - Phoenix, AZ
Awards
1.  Meritorious Unit Award  02.  AF Outstanding Unit Award  23.  Air Reserve Forces Meritorious Service Medal  34.  National Defense Service Medal  15.  Iraq Campaign Medal  06.  Global War on Terrorism Service Medal  07.  Armed Forces Service Medal  08.  Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon  29.  AF Longevity Service  310.  Armed Forces Reserve Medal with 1 'M' Device  111.  USAF NCO PME Graduate Ribbon
Additional Information
I realize that the Air Force Reserve units are facing many challenges including government mandates, limited funds, ever changing requirements, and non flexible deadlines. Therefore, a Non Commissioned Officer must build a team of dedicated professionals, who can multi-task, do more with less, contribute to the growth of the unit, pursue positive airman outcomes, and contribute to a reputation of excellence in all we do. These goals can be achieved by hiring Non Commissioned Officers who establish and communicate goals, create key benchmarks, and use data collection and analysis from the unit for continuous improvement. I possess these skills, combined with a desire to add value to my unit, my subordinates and myself, while pursuing the highest levels of performance excellence.
Respectfully,
Kenneth Collins

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