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Jake Van Evelingen
9 Pye Corner, Castle Hedingham co93de
jake_vanevelingen@yahoo.com
07881022671
A highly motivated and en...
HM Armed Forces - Combat Medic 2010-2015
Medical practitioner providing medical care to civilian and Armed Forces in times...
Education
Battle Field Advance Trauma Life Support
Defence Instructional Techniques
The Under Water Centre, School of Comm...
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  1. 1. Jake Van Evelingen 9 Pye Corner, Castle Hedingham co93de jake_vanevelingen@yahoo.com 07881022671 A highly motivated and enthusiastic individual who can be relied upon to work as an individual or as a team member a forward-thinking and resourceful person with excellent team leadership skills and an outstanding level of self discipline and reliability gained within a successful and demanding career with the British Army. Key Skills The ability to work safely and in a calm manner while under stressful situations. Cohesive team member with ability to work efficiently solo. A skilled communicator; able to communicate efficiently with people at all levels and in difficult and stressful circumstances. A proactive decision maker with a methodical approach to problem solving. A strong and robust character with a good common sense attitude to work. Key Achievements While in Afghanistan I was tasked as a lone Medic to take control of the medical welfare of a squadron of men for a three month period; on a daily basis I was supervising sick parades for any soldier that was unwell. Providing front line medical cover whilst out on fighting patrols as well as delivering regular medical training for the men and being responsible for all medical checks and resupply orders. this was a very intense period of my life but one of the most rewarding. Career History Specialised Diving Services (SDS Divers) 2016-present Eel Screen (Thames River London) UW Surveying and mapping of river bed of work site. Use of SDS drill and laser level to place and fix templet for diamond core drilling team 12x 800ml cores Setting up and maintenance of pneumatic core drill and pneumatic power tools. The use of diamond core drill to drill core holes for the insertion of piles 20x 400ml cores Assembling UW, placement & fixing of drill and drilling in zero visibility after foul weather. UW drilling and securing lifting eye for removal of drilled core. Use of air lift bags to recover drilled core from hole to surface. Use of UW pneumatic and air breakers for breaking out concrete. Assisting barge team in manoeuvring barge, tying off and securing barge, deck hand. Salvage of lost pile for piling contractors. Providing safety boat cover for an under bridge inspection team and escorting boats past bridge while remaining in radio contact with inspection team. Construction of floating pontoon and safety hand rails. Connecting and Fastening UW coupling clamps to riser piles. Pouring of UW concrete to fix damaged structure. Use of podger to line up holes for fixings on end closing plate.
  2. 2. HM Armed Forces - Combat Medic 2010-2015 Medical practitioner providing medical care to civilian and Armed Forces in times of peace and war both in the UK and over seas. ensuring that all British Armed Forces are fit and in good health with up to date vaccinations ready to deploy at short notice within the UK and over seas. providing frontline trauma care to seriously injured persons in Afghanistan while under stressful and demanding situations; endeavouring to ensure they’re survival till they reach base hospital. Ensuring all medical equipment and drugs are in date and serviceable at all times ready to receive patients a moments notice. Providing medical training in emergency response, trauma and primary health care to serving soldiers prior to operations. SCA Scaffolding (Falmouth Dock Yard) 2008-2010 The erection of scaffolding to provide a safe working platform. Banks man; guiding a crane operator while crane is in movement whilst carrying a load, when operators line of sight is obstructed and providing a safe and clear landing area for load. Austral Yachts, Boat and Yacht Builders (New Zealand) 2006-2008 211 Port RD, Port Whangarei NZ The construction of fibreglass hulls with the use of epoxy resin quadraxial fibreglass cloth. Preparation of hull for spraying. Application of paints to hull. A&P Falmouth - Shipwrights (paint gang) 2004-2006 The preparation of metals, ship decks and cargo holds for the application of protective paints using grinders, needle guns and high pressure water guns. Assistance in grit blasting and working the pot while being safety cover for the man grit blasting. measurement and mixing of anti-fouling paints to correct standards. The application of protective paints and finishing coats, with the ability to work at heights from a man lift. Qualifications First Aid At Work HSE Scuba HSE Surface Supplied HSE Wet Bell Top Up BOSIET - Offshore Sea Survival (CA EBS & Escape Chute) Kirby Morgan - User Qualification MJI 21 - Hydraulically Tensioned Subsea Bolted Connections National Water Hygiene Card Thames Water Passport NVQ Level 2 - Health And Social Care OCR - Level 2 Adult Literacy OCR - Level 2 Adult Numeracy BCS - Level 1 & 2 IT Users Skills Apprenticeships - Intermediate level in social care for Adults, Children and young people CMI Awarding Body - Level 2 team leadership
  3. 3. Education Battle Field Advance Trauma Life Support Defence Instructional Techniques The Under Water Centre, School of Commercial Diving Additional Information Full clean driving licence cat B1 - B - C1 - C Excellent health, non smoker Leisure / Interests Enjoys scuba diving and sky diving, keen interest in participating in physical activities with an active life, always keeping fit by running and weight training, Traveling and experiencing cultures.

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