C. David GreenDayton, Ohio Area | 937-823-7075 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.linkedin.com/in/cdavidgreenTraining Facilitator / Operations Leader / Project ManagerInspiring training facilitator, operations leader and project manager. Broad background in geospatial technology withspecific technical expertise in image processing, quality assurance, analysis and validation of high-resolution airborneimagery. Additional skills in staff training and inclusive leadership with “shrewd” problem-solving style, “able toarrive at what is right for the organization.” Top Secret security clearance. Core competencies include: Training Facilitation. Recognized for achieving a high level of quality in providing a safe, learner centered environment for the adult learner. Facilitated learning for students on the skills of safe motorcycle riding, achieving a success rate of 85% while training 288 students in 2007. Presented more than 150 classes over a period of Six years while affiliated with Greene County Recreations and Parks and Motorcycle Ohio, a division of the Ohio Department of Public Safety. Operations Leadership. Known for providing outstanding quality that generates repeat business. Always mindful of reducing operating costs and mitigating risks. Has led an 11-member staff (pilots, operators, technicians) for the acquisition of aerial imagery. Managed and maintained the operation of three twin-engine aircraft and five aerial sensors valued at $7.5 million; managed an annual operating budget of $500,000. Project Management. Led hundreds of projects over the years – with time-frames up to two years and budgets up to $600,000. Expertise in airborne and/or satellite-based image classification projects. These projects have included missions along the U.S. / Mexico border, preparations for the 2009 presidential inauguration, and clean up after the BP oil spill. On the ground, completed a $60K repair and modification project three months ahead of schedule.Professional ExperienceMarch, 2012 – Present | My Favorite Pet – Vandalia Animal Clinic | Greater Dayton AreaMy Favorite Pet (myfavoritepet.net) is the premier provider of animal care and boarding in the Dayton Area. • Customer Service Representative / Project Manager2003 – Present | Self | Greater Dayton AreaMotorcycle Ohio (motorcycle.ohio.gov), a division of ODPS, is a provider of motorcycle safety training.Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) (www.msf-usa.org), The MSF is a developer of comprehensive, research-basedrider education and training curricula designed to develop or advance motorcyclists riding skills. • Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) RiderCoach – Training Facilitator2009 – 2010 | Northrop Grumman Corporation | Greater Atlanta AreaNorthrop Grumman (northropgrumman.com) is “a leader in global security.” The 3001 International Operating Unitwas an independent geospatial company until NG acquired them in August 2008. • Project Manager / Operations Manager – 3001 International Operating Unit1977 – 2008 | Woolpert, Inc. | Dayton, OhioWoolpert (woolpert.com) is a market leader in design, geospatial and infrastructure. • Technical Project Manager / Flight Operations Manager
Volunteer Experience2004 – 2009 | Treasurer / Elder | Memorial Presbyterian Church | Dayton, Ohio Managed annual budget of $150,000; reduced the proposed deficit of $19,735 to a final deficit of $1,457 in 2008.2006 – 2009 | Course Director | Miami Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America | Dayton, Ohio Led a staff of 50 and managed a $4,000 budget to provide Scoutmaster Training for 30-40 students annually. Received the District Award of Merit and the Silver Beaver Award.1986 – 1989 | Chairman | The International Association of Synercom Users (IASU) | Houston, Texas Maintained communications and support for world-wide members, being one of three experts for Synercom Technologies’ Environmental Mapping Information System (EMIS). Organized and led three annual international conferences in Houston for approximately 100 attendees.Education and Professional DevelopmentStudied Photography | Sinclair Community College | Dayton, OhioMotorcycle Safety Foundation–Kentucky Motorcycle Program | Richmond, Kentucky | 2011 “Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) RiderCoach Preparation Course”Project Success, Inc. | Atlanta, Georgia | 2010 “The Project Success Method” of Effective Project ManagementFred Pryor Seminars “Managing Multiple Tasks and Meeting Deadlines”Motorcycle Ohio | Columbus, Ohio | 2002 “Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Instructor Preparation Course” “Basic Rider Course (BRC)”Boy Scouts of America | Dayton, Ohio | 1993 – 2009 Wood Badge (eleven key leadership skills) | Staff Service | 1998 & 2000 National Camping School, “Family Camp Administration” The Buckskin Trail (http://www.miamivalleybsa.org/Training/Adult/BuckskinTrail/) | 1993 - 2009Additional Competencies American Red Cross | First Aid/CPR/AED Laser Safety Officer | Laser Institute of America (laserinstitute.org) MS Office 7 | Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook MS Visio MS Project Zeiss-Intergraph Corporation | Digital Mapping Camera (DMC) Leica Geosystems, Inc. | FPES, FCMS, Gpro Optech Corporation, ALTM LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) Sensor TerraSolid Suite | TerraScan, TerraModeler Bentley Systems, Inc. | MicroStation V8, MicroStationJ, MicroStationSE & MicroStation GeoGraphics Autodesk | AutoCAD 2000 Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) | ARC/INFO, ARCMAP
KeywordsThese are words and phrases within my experience and skill set, used here to complete this document. Able to travel, plan, and conduct field work on both land and water. Able to work in the United States. Project management experience; able to train and mentor others. Excellent interpersonal communication and presentation skills. ISO 9001 ESRI GIS Direct experience developing NOAA Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP) and/or USGS National Land Cover Dataset (NLCD) products. LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) Imagery: Leica, Zeiss-Intergraph (Z-I) Digital Mapping Camera (DMC) and Rollei.
C. David Green Page 4Trash:Inspiring and analytical senior geospatial technicianGeographic information systems. Highly competent GIS technician; adept with quantitative and qualitative analysis ofboth high and medium resolution imagery (from airborne and satellite sources). Five-plus years in LiDAR (LightDetection and Ranging), data management and acquisition. Ten-plus years in imagery processing and acquisitionincluding Leica (ADS – RC30), Zeiss-Intergraph (Z-I) Digital Mapping Camera (DMC), and Rollei.2009 – 2010 | Northrop Grumman Corporation | Greater Atlanta AreaNorthrop Grumman (northropgrumman.com) is “a leader in global security.” The 3001 International Operating Unitwas an independent geospatial company until NG acquired them in August 2008.Project Manager / Sensor Operations Manager – 3001 International Operating Unit Led a remotely headquartered staff of 10 sensor operators for the acquisition of aerial imagery and terrain data. Maintained multiple digital sensor platforms valued at over $10 million. Directly accountable for the repair, maintenance, installation and quality assurance of this equipment. Communicated daily project status by distributing reports to more than 41 project managers and technicians companywide; formatted reports for viewing on hand-held devices. Created and maintained ISO 9001 documentation: standard procedures and training materials. Used LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) equipment (among others). Used Leica, Zeiss-Intergraph (Z-I) Digital Mapping Camera (DMC) and Rollei imaging technology.1977 – 2008 | Woolpert, Inc. | Dayton, OhioWoolpert (woolpert.com) is a market leader in design, geospatial and infrastructure.Flight Operations Manager | 2007-2008 Led 11 staff members (pilots, operators, technicians) for the acquisition of aerial imagery throughout the Americas while maintaining an average profit margin greater than 20%. Managed and maintained the operation of three twin-engine aircraft and five aerial sensors valued at approximately $7.5 million; managed an annual operating budget of approximately $500,000. Coordinated aerial acquisition over and along the United States/Mexico border between aerial crews and multiple Mexican government agencies. Obtained the necessary permits from the FAA, U.S. Secret Service, and Transportation Safety Administration for acquiring aerial imagery over Washington, DC (P-56) in preparation for the 2009 Presidential Inauguration. Successfully acquired digital aerial imagery and three-dimensional terrain data within the continental United States, Canada and Central America in excess of 50,000 line miles annually.Project / Phase Manager, Cadastral Specialist, Photogrammetric Technician | 1990-2007 Processed data and established production procedures for LiDAR data for multiple clients throughout the Americas, including The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA), OGRIP, and the states of Ohio and Pennsylvania. Prepared and presented numerous papers at 10+ international GIS conferences and regional technical trade shows. Defined work flow, trained staff, prepared client communications, wrote progress reports, and estimated project costs for numerous GIS/photogrammetric clients.
C. David Green Page 5 Managed all phases and tasks of parcel map (cadastre) creation, compilation and conversion for numerous county clients throughout the country (lower 48). Managed and trained inmates for production staff at the North Central Correctional Institute in Marion, Ohio in cooperation with The Ohio Penal Industries / Ohio Off-Shore Industries (OPI/OOSI). Served as assistant project manager on large, regional GIS projects in Ohio: “The Franklin County Area Geographic Information System (Columbus)” and “The Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System (CAGIS).” Led an 18-person production staff that was distributed over three shifts per day on multiple GIS projects.2003 – 2008 | Motorcycle Ohio, Ohio Department of Public Safety | Columbus, OhioMotorcycle Ohio (motorcycle.ohio.gov), a division of ODPS, is a provider of motorcycle safety training.Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) RiderCoach Trained and facilitated learning for students on the skills of safe motorcycle riding, achieving a success rate of 85% while training 288 students in 2007. Lectured before private groups throughout the state as a member of the Motorcycle Ohio Speakers Bureau. One of 24 recipients of “The 2004 Instructor Achievement Award” out of 192 eligible RiderCoaches.