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Landon Campbell
XXX X XXX XX, Winner, SD 57580
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Professional Summary


Detail oriented and hard working professional with 13+ years expereince in business management. Motivated and passionate, with a drive for excellence.  Reliable with a strong work ethic and able to learn new tasks quickly. 

Skills
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Building and Construction
  • Education and Training
  • Mechanical
  • Troubleshooting
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Customer and Personal Service
  • Management of Financial Resources
Experience
Ranch/Farm Hand Dec 2005Present Hossle Ranch/Farm Hamill , SD
  • Feed and water livestock; and monitor food and water supplies.
  • Drive trucks, tractors, and other equipment to distribute feed to animals.
  • Examine animals to detect illness, injury, or disease, and to check physical characteristics, such as rate of weight gain.
  • Provide medical treatment, such as administering medications and vaccinations; or arrange for veterinarians to provide more extensive treatment.
  • Mix feed, additives, and medicines in prescribed portions.
  • Move equipment, poultry, or livestock from one location to another, manually or using trucks or carts.
  • Clean stalls, pens, and equipment, using disinfectant solutions, brushes, shovels, water hoses, and/or pumps.
  • Repair farm buildings, fences, and other structures.
  • Apply pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers to crops.
  • Identify plants, pests, and weeds to determine the selection and application of pesticides and fertilizers.
  • Operate tractors, tractor-drawn machinery, and self-propelled machinery to plow, harrow and fertilize soil, or to plant, cultivate, spray and harvest crops.
  • Repair and maintain farm vehicles, implements, and mechanical equipment.
  • Participate in the inspection, grading, sorting, storage, and post-harvest treatment of crops.
  • Load agricultural products into trucks, and drive trucks to market or storage facilities.
Owner/Operater/Instructor Oct 2001Present Dakota Wildlife Taxidermy School/Shop Winner, SD
  • Instruct taxidermy students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods, such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students.
  • Instruct students in the knowledge and skills required in a specific occupation or occupational field, using a systematic plan of lectures, discussions, audio-visual presentations, and laboratory, shop and field studies.
  • Enforce all administration policies and rules governing students.
  • Keep informed about trends in education and subject matter specialties.
  • Select, order, store, issue, and inventory classroom equipment, materials, and supplies.
  • Place students in jobs or make referrals to job placement services.
  • Manage staff, preparing work schedules and assigning specific duties.
  • Plan, administer and control budgets for contracts, equipment and supplies.
  • Monitor the facility to ensure that it remains safe, secure, and well-maintained.
  • Acquire, distribute and store supplies.
  • Conduct classes to teach procedures to staff.
  • Manage leasing of facility space.
Construction Laborer Mar 2005Dec 2005 Heymeyer Construction Spearfish, SD
  • Check slopes for conformance to requirements, using levels or lasers.
  • Install or use instruments such as lasers, grade rods, or transit levels.
  • Grade or level trench bases, using tamping machines or hand tools.
  • Operate mechanized equipment, such as pickup trucks, rollers, tandem dump trucks, front-end loaders, or backhoes.
  • Chip, scrape, and grind high spots, ridges, and rough projections to finish concrete, using pneumatic chisels, power grinders, or hand tools.
  • Cut out damaged areas, drill holes for reinforcing rods, and position reinforcing rods to repair concrete, using power saw and drill.
  • Operate power vibrator to compact concrete.
  • Signal truck driver to position truck to facilitate pouring concrete, and move chute to direct concrete on forms.
  • Produce rough concrete surface, using broom.
  • Spread, level, and smooth concrete, using rake, shovel, hand or power trowel, hand or power screed, and float.
  • Check the forms that hold the concrete to see that they are properly constructed.
  • Set the forms that hold concrete to the desired pitch and depth, and align them.
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.
  • Follow established safety rules and regulations and maintain a safe and clean environment.
  • Measure and mark cutting lines on materials, using a ruler, pencil, chalk, and marking gauge.
  • Install structures or fixtures, such as windows, frames, floorings, trim, or hardware, using carpenters' hand or power tools.
  • Verify trueness of structure, using plumb bob and level.
  • Build or repair cabinets, doors, frameworks, floors, or other wooden fixtures used in buildings, using woodworking machines, carpenter's hand tools, or power tools.
  • Assemble and fasten materials to make frameworks or props, using hand tools and wood screws, nails, dowel pins, or glue.
  • Remove damaged or defective parts or sections of structures and repair or replace, using hand tools.
  • Inspect ceiling or floor tile, wall coverings, siding, glass, or woodwork to detect broken or damaged structures.
  • Erect scaffolding or ladders for assembling structures above ground level.
  • Finish surfaces of woodwork or wallboard in houses or buildings, using paint, hand tools, or paneling.
  • Construct forms or chutes for pouring concrete.
  • Cover subfloors with building paper to keep out moisture and lay hardwood, parquet, or wood-strip-block floors by nailing floors to subfloor or cementing them to mastic or asphalt base.
  • Fill cracks or other defects in plaster or plasterboard and sand patch, using patching plaster, trowel, and sanding tool.
  • Perform minor plumbing, welding, or concrete mixing work.
Production Worker Oct 2004Apr 2005 Rainbow Play Systems Brookings, SD
  • Lift raw materials, finished products, and packed items, manually or using hoists.
  • Place products in equipment or on work surfaces for further processing, inspecting, or wrapping.
  • Count finished products to determine if product orders are complete.
  • Pack and store materials and products.
  • Mark or tag identification on parts.
  • Tie products in bundles for further processing or shipment, following prescribed procedures.
  • Load and unload items from machines, conveyors, and conveyances.
  • Signal coworkers to direct them to move products during the production process.
  • Help production workers by performing duties of lesser skill, such as supplying or holding materials or tools, and cleaning work areas and equipment.
  • Measure amounts of products, lengths of extruded articles, or weights of filled containers to ensure conformance to specifications.
  • Examine products to verify conformance to quality standards.
  • Operate machinery used in the production process, or assist machine operators.
Tree Technician May 2003Jul 2004 Lyman County Kennebec, SD
  • Plant and space trees and control weeds and undergrowth, using manual tools and chemicals, or supervise workers performing these tasks.
  • Implement soil or water management techniques, such as erosion control, buffers, or filter strips, in accordance with conservation plans.
  • Maintain or repair agricultural facilities, equipment, or tools to ensure operational readiness, safety, and cleanliness.
  • Perform crop production duties, such as tilling, hoeing, pruning, weeding, or harvesting crops.
  • Supervise or train agricultural technicians or farm laborers.
  • Operate farm machinery, including tractors, plows, mowers, combines, balers, sprayers, earthmoving equipment, or trucks.
  • Transplant trees, vegetables, or horticultural plants.
Habitat Conservation May 2000Aug 2000 SD Game, Fish & Parks Spearfish, SD
  • Implement soil or water management techniques, such as nutrient management, erosion control, buffers, or filter strips, in accordance with conservation plans.
  • Used soil management or conservation practices, such as crop rotation, reforestation, permanent vegetation, contour plowing, or terracing, to maintain soil or conserve water.
  • Thin and space trees and control weeds and undergrowth, using manual tools and chemicals, or supervise workers performing these tasks.
  • Maintain or repair agricultural facilities, equipment, or tools to ensure operational readiness, safety, and cleanliness.
  • Perform crop production duties, such as tilling, hoeing, pruning, weeding, or harvesting crops.
  • Operate farm machinery, including tractors, plows, mowers, combines, balers, sprayers, earthmoving equipment, or trucks.
  • Supervise pest or weed control operations including locating and identifying pests or weeds, selecting chemicals and application methods, scheduling application, and training operators.
  • Measure and mark plot areas, and plow, disc, level, and otherwise prepare land for cultivated crops, orchards and vineyards.
  • Transplant trees, vegetables, or horticultural plants.
Construction Laborer May 1999Aug 1999 Berg Construction Reliance, SD
  • Grade or level trench bases, using tamping machines or hand tools.
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.
  • Measure and mark cutting lines on materials, using a ruler, pencil, chalk, and marking gauge.
  • Follow established safety rules and regulations and maintain a safe and clean environment.
  • Install structures or fixtures, such as windows, frames, floorings, trim, or hardware, using carpenters' hand or power tools.
  • Assemble and fasten materials to make frameworks or props, using hand tools and wood screws, nails, dowel pins, or glue.
  • Remove damaged or defective parts or sections of structures and repair or replace, using hand tools.
  • Erect scaffolding or ladders for assembling structures above ground level.
  • Finish surfaces of woodwork or wallboard in houses or buildings, using paint, hand tools, or paneling.
  • Construct forms or chutes for pouring concrete.
  • Cover subfloors with building paper to keep out moisture and lay hardwood, parquet, or wood-strip-block floors by nailing floors to subfloor or cementing them to mastic or asphalt base.
  • Fill cracks or other defects in plaster or plasterboard and sand patch, using patching plaster, trowel, and sanding tool.
Education
Taxidermy Aug 2001 Missoula Valley School of Taxidermy Thompson Falls, MT
High School Diploma May 1998 Winner High School Winner, SD
Business Management Northern State University Aberdeen, SD
Business Management Black Hills State University Spearfish, SD

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School Attended
Missoula Valley School of Taxidermy