MATTHEW DOUGAN3980 E. YumaRimrock, AZ email@example.com 266 7064EMPLOYMENT OBJECTIVETo obtain a position within your company in which I can be an integral part of theCompanies’ success, lending my experience and expertise in various fields within yourcompany. To further increase my knowledge and experience and seek upwardprogression within the company to higher levels of responsibility and expertise.QUALIFICATIONS • Over 14 years of Lead Architectural designer experience Developed and implemented design and planning at all levels from concept Illustrations through construction documentation. • Experienced in green building, designed, planned and implemented one of the first fully solar powered residences in Northern Arizona in 1999. Have developed additional green build projects and furthered education in the field, a member of the U.S. Green builders Association. • Managed personnel within an organization’s day to day operations and schedules to personnel development. • Experience in plan integration and coordination, bid procurement with contractors, sub-contractors and suppliers within the industry. • Over 9 years total experience within the Military as both non-commissioned officer as well as commissioned officer, experience and expertise in Logistics, Operations, Planning, Training and personnel development, deployment logistics and day to day operations and planning for both combat operations and humanitarian missions around the globe. • Implemented and enforced EPA, OSHA and DOT guidelines in training and doctrine standards, possess the technical skills and knowledge required to compete in-depth operations and logistical plans to include database and spreadsheet applications. • Over 6 years experience out of 9 years in The U.S. Army within the Combat Medicine field, as a non-commissioned officer with 2 combat tours conducting emergency / trauma medical procedures in combat and within the MASH (Mobile army surgical hospital) and stateside base, military hospitals, as well as conducting day to day medical operations and refugee camp operations. • Over 1 year of experience as an MWD and FEWD engineer, responsible for the implementation of the various tools and computer data base and drilling operations for petroleum exploration at Prudhoe bay, Alaska.WORK HISTORYDec. 1997-present Lead Designer Architectural Design Studio • Freelance (Self-employed and sub-contracted to various Architectural and design firms) Designed notable properties within both residential, commercial and retail construction industries to include Custom -Homes, Retail and Resort properties. • Specialize in Architectural illustration as utilized in pre-digital design conceptualizations, as well as implementing green building formulas and materials into design and planning.
• Designs currently featured within the industry Media on HGTV and in several publications in the past to include Mountain Living Magazine and In newspaper print such as the Arizona Republic for work completed in the Phoenix, AZ metropolitan area.Jan 1997-Dec. 1997Directional Drilling Engineer Sperry-Sun Corp. and Schlumberger Corp.Anchorage, Alaska • Trained in all aspects of MWD and FEWD engineering, responsible for the implementation of the various tools and computer data base and drilling operations for petroleum exploration at Prudhoe bay, Alaska. • Additional duties included driving and set up of well logging truck to and from various Rigs in the Prudhoe Bay and deadhorse drilling regions.May1996-Jan. 1997Self-employed Contractor • Owned and operated construction co. in Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma • Completed various projects from Custom Home New Construction and remodel Framing to simple carpentry, to custom-built furnishings.Feb. 1993- April1996Executive Officer Field Artillery Battery, U.S. Army • Executive officer, managed, supervised, Trained, evaluated and counseled over 125 personnel. • Planned and conducted daily training schedules, designed and implemented in- depth plans in organization and doctrine, and • Managed over $10 million dollars annual budget for equipment and logistical support. • In the absence of the battery Commander assumed commander responsibilities. • Shift commander for Haitian and Cuban refugee camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in 1994-95. • Implemented plans and logistics for the security, health and welfare and repatriation of a camp of over 12,000 refugees to their homelands and the U.S. • Duties included coordination of media and meetings with heads of state to include the U.S. attorney general, senators and other noteworthy individuals.April 1987-Feb. 1993 • Enlisted and Non-commissioned officer U.S. Army Unit Combat medical officer • Unit Combat Medic and Medical officer on two combat deployments and one humanitarian mission to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba in 1992. • Deployed for combat 1989 in Panama, Operation just Cause and in 1990-91 Operation Desert shield and Desert Storm. Duties included field combat trauma treatment, triage and medevac coordination, and the daily health and welfare for up to 125 personnel while in the field of combat • Conducted medical treatment of local civilian populations in Panama, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iraq and the day to day operation of base medical clinic in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to treat and provide medical care, triage and evacuation as needed for Haitian and Cuban refugees.EDUCATION1996-1997Dresser Industries, Petroleum Engineering Institute, Houston, TX
Trained in all aspects of Directional petroleum Well Drilling, MWD and FEWD engineering.Feb. 1993-June 1993U.S Army Field Artillery Officers Course, Ft. Sill, Ok GraduateAll Course curriculum attributed towards BS, in Engineering and principles ofmanagementNov. 1992-Feb. 1993 U.S. army Officers Candidate School, Ft. Benning, GAAll course curriculum attributed towards BS, in Engineering and principles ofmanagement1992 Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ (Credit Transfer) Continued studies andcredit transfer in the fundamentals of Nursing, Emergency trauma care (see transcripts)1992 Arundel Community College, Ft. Meade, MarylandContinued studies U.S. History1987-1992 Department of the Army, Academy of health Sciences, U.S. Army Ft. SamHouston, Texas 140 accredited course hours, see all transcripts upon requestcombat medic /trauma medical practices with pre-medicine course curriculum.1985-1986Art Institute, Dallas, TX. AAAssociates of Arts in Visual communications, course curriculum in commercial design tographic art design, emphasis in Architectural Illustration and interior design.Associations, Awards and NotablesMember of American society of Architectural illustratorsMember of USGBA United States Green Builders Assn.Member of American institute of Building DesignDesigns have been featured in various media to include current hgtv.com articleOn Spanish design influence and in past articles in Mountain Living Magazine and theArizona Republic for conceptual design for Old Town Renovation, Goodyear, AZ .Military AwardsArmy commendation medal (3 awards)Army achievement medal (5 awards)Joint meritorious Unit awardValorous unit awardArmy good conduct medalNational defense service medalKuwait Liberation medal (K , kuwait)Kuwait Liberation medal (SA , Saudi Arabia)Armed forces expeditionary medalSouthwest Asia Service medalBronze service Star (NSS) 2 awards)Humanitarian service medal (2 awards)Non-commissioned officers professional developmentArmy service ribbonOverseas Service ribbonCombat Medical badge