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The Awakening Church - Senior Pastor Resume Example

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Objective and Summary

To obtain a Training Instructor position at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (Series and Grade: GS-1712-09/11).

Skilled communicator who has years of experience training and teaching both children, youth, and adults.  Friendly with a good attitude willing to work with others and adapt to circumstances.  Dependable with a hard work ethic striving to always be better and grow in success.


Proven LeaderSkilled Researcher

Effective CommunicatorHard Worker

Great AttitudeDependable


Painter (Work for RAMCO /"Water Treatment Plant Operator" X71) (WG 9 Step 3) Jun 2014Current Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Kittery, ME

Supervisor - Marsha Bascom (207)438-2118

40 hours per week $25.15 hourly rate


  • Initialized, operated, and downloaded hand-held electronic scanners.
  • Tested radiological controlled vacuum cleaners and Ships Force Pullman Holt Vacuum cleaners and generators as needed.
  • Operated a forklift to move boxes and other materials.
  • Escorted radioactive materials off of nuclear submarines and various other locations into approved storage facilities, worksites, and radiological controlled areas.
  • Received radioactive material, stored it, and prepared it for delivery to Production Shop personnel as needed.
  • Performed inventories and surveillance of radioactive materials to verify that items are stored and accounted for properly.
  • Assisted production to determine which radioactive materials are no longer necessary and have been evaluated for disposal, radiological decontamination, and inspection.
  • Conducted air flow measurement qualitative tests for vacuum cleaners and HEPA filters for use in radiological operation.
  • Operated and maintained a velometer, anamathorm, particulate detection unit, efficiency testing equipment and other such calibrated equipment.
  • Obtained log results and followed document processes.
  • Maintained radioactive material accountability, storage systems, and inventory control records to make sure no radioactive material is lost or misplaced.
  • Utilized computers to perform my job duties.
  • In accordance with technical work documents, worked within, inspected, and certified containment enclosures.
  • Ensured regulations and requirements are met as necessary and prepared manifest packages for all solid waste containers.
  • Prepared hazardous waste for disposal in accordance with established procedures, EPA, State of Maine Department of Environmental Protection, and 40 CFR 262.34.
  • Maintained, operated, and inspected the Mixed Waste Accumulation Area according to federal and state laws.
  • Verified waste stream is correctly categorized, identified, segregated, and packed for disposal according to proper procedures.
  • Verified all radioactive material is accounted for at during each shift.
  • Provided oversight inspection to verify there is no spread of contamination or loss of hazardous materials outside of radiological controlled areas.
  • Followed all emergency response procedures such as using and maintaining small quantity spill kits, and the necessary notifications in case of large spills, fires, and other emergencies.
  • Decontaminated reactor components.
  • Performed processes to change the chemistry of water.
Senior Pastor Apr 2009Current The Awakening Church Dover, NH

Supervisor - me

Approx. 20 hours per week $13,800.00 net annual income

  • Review contracts yearly for church rental property and approved contracts.
  • Procure various material and approved expenses in the purchase of materials for the church's successful operation and for budget purposes.
  • Principal and primary leader, president, and manager who oversees the congregation and all of its activities.
  • Provide oversight for all of the congregation's church services and functions.
  • Develop necessary training materials and aids and determined both the time schedules and sequences of instruction.
  • Use various training materials and aids to connect with the congregation and my students such as reading a book, using a white board, drawing diagrams, dressing up in costumes, using music, props, etc.
  • Use time schedules and sequences of instruction for the best usage of time and for proper order.
  • Arrange for all special meetings, outreaches, conventions, etc.
  • Develop training schedules for instructing.
  • Pass out schedules to the students that highlights what I will be teaching them in order to meet necessary course objectives
  • Determine learning objectives through conducting assessments and task analysis where needed such as taking surveys, having meetings, etc.
  • Serving as an ex-officio member of all committees and departments.
  • Hiring and engaging all pastoral and support staff and/or delegating this authority and responsibility as is necessary.
  • Preach and teach the Bible using public speaking skills/training on Sunday mornings and during other weekly services.
  • Make presentations at various functions of the church using the latest advances and integrating them into the presentations by employing such things as a wireless microphone headset, videos, large projectors, smart tv, the internet, etc., to communicate most effectively.
  • Develop training devices and evaluation tools for evaluating courses I and others teach.
  • Train and mentor congregation and leadership teams on various subjects such as leadership skills and conflict resolution using training aids such as diagrams, visual aids, etc.
  • Develop student evaluation criteria for those that have lead various ministries in the church and evaluate their performance in training.
  • Independently develop, design, revise, and adapt assigned courses, lesson plans, and evaluation tools for purposes of instruction and organization.
  • Adapt and revise courses as necessary to make them more effective and relevant to the needs of the church.
  • Design courses by utilizing various instructional methods, approaches, and training aids, and by determining the proper course content to teach.
  • Used various methods of teaching including role playing, using various props to illustrate important points, using a white board, question and answer, discussion, lectures, etc.
  • Modify and improve training for various courses.
  • Counsel both youth and adults.
  • Plan and/or preside over meetings at the Awakening Church.
  • Perform various administrative duties as is necessary.
  • Conduct continual training research for quality training assurance and for budget purposes.
  • Officiate at weddings, funerals, and other specialized services such as leading services at the Seymour Osman Community Center in Dover NH.
  • Organize, manage, and oversee various outreaches for the poor and needy in Dover, NH such as delivering Thanksgiving meals to different neighborhoods, delivering presents to children, feeding people, etc.
  • Develop training and programs to achieve both short and long term goals for the church.
Painter/Blaster (Trades/Apprenticeship X71) WG 7 Step 1 Jan 2011Jun 2014 Portsmouth, Naval Shipyard Kittery, ME

Supervisor - Ryan Minchin (207)451-7175

40 hours per week $19.35 hourly rate

  • Painted both the interior and exterior of nuclear submarines.
  • Sand blasted and pressure washed inside the submarine as needed.
  • Prepared metal surfaces for painting and inspection using hand and power tools such as needle guns, sanders, grinders, wire brushes, buzzers, scrapers, etc.
  • Performed painting in tight and challenging areas on nuclear submarines as was necessary according to the job description including bending, stooping, crawling, etc.
  • Have knowledge and training of the layout of submarines in order to perform my job safely, effectively and efficiently as assigned.
  • Completed all academic required courses for the apprenticeship training such as Algebra 1 and 2, drawing, public speaking, etc.
  • Completed all required trade theory training for paint and sandblasting duties.
  • Used proper safety equipment to perform the job safely and satisfactory such as wearing safety glasses, steel toed boots, ear plugs, respirator masks, etc.
  • Was awarded VPP Passport Award (safety award) for completing 20 out of 29 activities as determine by the VPP steering committee.
  • Used tools as was necessary to operate equipment such as needle guns, grinders, sanders, wire brushes, buzzers, etc.
  • Set up drop lights to accomodate lighting conditions for performing work.
Detail to Supply Technician Duties, Nuclear Material Support Branch Code 2305.2 (WG 5 Step 1) Feb 2011Mar 2011 Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Kittery, ME

Supervisor - Karl Mills (Robert Kraft has now taken his place) (207)438-4209

40 hours per week $17.14 hourly rateNuclear Material Support Branch, Code 2305.2 (WG 5 Step 1)

  • Assisted people and became familiar with the process of ordering nuclear material using the MAT ordering data base.
  • Received the necessary computer training to qualify me in using the MAT ordering data base.
  • Familiar with the SX and HX program.
  • Issued FUM (excess material unused from the ship)/DMI material while working in supply for future availabilities.
  • Learned and performed the receiving process including bringing the nuclear material to the nuclear storage area at which time I would do a receiving assessment, identify the QA level and condition of the material, check to see APL/QPL for further inspection at the lab, counted and verified the material, then brought supporting documents to MAT, also familiar with bar coding machine to pick up material.
  • Used a Material Movement Document, pulled material from storage location and issued material.
  • Understood the triggering process for issuing material to the project on the waterfront.
  • Packaged material to ensure safe packaging to go to ships and other government agencies.
  • Brought material to Nuclear Material Receipt Inspection based on the QA level of the material.
  • Checked shelf life of material and availability of material in shop stores.
  • Utilized tools such as hammers, wrenches, socket sets, etc.
  • Performed supply functions such as assembling step stools, opening crates, etc.
Substitute Teacher Nov 2009Dec 2010 Rochester School Department Rochester, NH

Supervisor - Various depending upon the school I substituted at (603)332-3678

Approx. 20 hours per week Approx. $9.00 hourly rate

  • Taught various subjects such as Math, Science, Gymnastics, English, etc. at various Rochester schools for both elementary, middle, and high school students.
  • Taught full time at the Gonic Elementary School working with special needs students one on one.
  • Mentored and trained students one on one and in groups.
  • Utilized skills and training obtained at undergraduate and graduate studies to perform the duties of the position such as public speaking, communications, teaching, writing skills, etc.
  • Developed and prepared lesson plans and executed training materials to teach and instruct students and revised them as was necessary based on course objectives.
  • Prepared lesson plans and training materials for such subjects as English, History, Science, Math, etc.
  • Used various state-of-the-art training materials such as flash cards, blocks, DVD's, art, etc. to communicate effectively.
  • Modified and improved training consistent with the needs of and make up of the classes to accommodate necessary changes and to communicate most effectively.
  • Encouraged student participation, good class attendance, and conduct.
  • Received professional development training as was necessary.
  • Used methods and approaches that best met the needs and makeup of the students such as storytelling, getting students to volunteer in role playing, illustrations, and various other means to engage the students in participating and promote understanding and learning.
  • Conducted training and assessed progress of studies in meeting desired objectives.
  • Maintained training records and developed training reports for the students.
  • Responsible for storing and maintaining various training, reports, tests, quizes, and homework of the students to determine their progress.
  • Evaluated student's performance.
Assistant/Youth/Children's Pastor Aug 2006Mar 2009 Milton Assembly of God Milton , NH

Supervisor - Al Weeden Jr. (603)591-2203

40 hours per week Approx. $17.00 hourly rate

  • Responsible for traveling accommodations for various bands, to book hotel rooms and find places for them to spend the night, to set up and tear down, for security, for selling merchandise, etc.
  • Led youth group every Friday night and taught and mentored the youth.
  • Counseled youth and adults.
  • Taught various classes to youth and adults.
  • Planned and organized youth events, activities, etc.
  • Assisted the senior pastor with pastoral and office duties and filled in as senior pastor in his absence.
  • Responsible for mentoring and equipping the youth leaders.
  • Responsible to oversee the finances and Christian training for youth and children.
  • Led up the children's church ministry "King's Kids" and the Royal Rangers (similar to Boy Scouts) ministry as Senior Commander.
  • Conducted Sunday night services for the congregation training, teaching, and making presentations every Sunday night.
MDIV (Masters of Divinity) May 2006 Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary South Hamilton, MA

My cumulative GPA was 3.585.

Was selected for the Billy Graham and Pierce Discipleship Scholarship.

BB (Bachelor of Bible) May 2003 Zion Bible Institute (Presently called Northpoint Bible College) Haverhill, MA

Graduated on the Dean's List with a 3.65 cumulative GPA average.

Awarded "Senior of the Year" for character, hard work ethic, and academic achievements.

Awarded FTA Standard Teacher Diploma by the Evangelical Training Association.

Received "Outstanding Achievement Award" as a professor's TA senior year.

Received a 4.0 GPA one semester.


Teaching, Family, Friends, Reading, Studying, Music, Sports (volunteered as a youth basketball coach in 2018)

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Previous Companies:

  • Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
  • The Awakening Church
  • Rochester School Department

Previous Job Positions:

  • Senior Pastor
  • painter
  • Substitute Teacher
  • Assistant
  • Head of Youth Academy Goalkeeping


  • Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
  • Zion Bible Institute (Presently called Northpoint Bible College)

Level of Education:

  • MDIV (Masters of Divinity)
  • BB (Bachelor of Bible)

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