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MR Shane Krueger Federal Resume completed

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MR Shane Krueger Federal Resume completed

  1. 1. 1 MR. SHANE L KRUEGER 3351 118th Dr. NE Lake Stevens, WA 98258 US Mobile: 325-340-6323 Day Phone: 325-340-6323 Email: shane.krueger1974@gmail.com Email: shane.krueger@ymail.com ________________________________________________________________ Availability: Job Type: Permanent Work Schedule:Full-Time Desired locations: UnitedStates - AZUnitedStates - CO UnitedStates - FL UnitedStates - TX UnitedStates - WA United States- WA – Everett Strengths: Security Clearance: Current Secret Career Summary Experienced,analytical,results-drivenSafetyManagementProfessional offeringsolidexpertise within managingall aspectsof firefightingsafety,withafocusonairfieldsandflightdecks, coupledwitha provenworkingknowledgeof fire science,firefighting,EMT,andHazardous Material handling. Successful trackrecordin providingoptimaltrainingtodiversegroups,comprisedof ethnic,cultural,and socioeconomicbackgroundsinregardstofire service,engine operations,Fire Departmentcommunity relations,fire suppressionsystems,pumpoperationsand hydraulics,andinvestigation/evidence preservation. Broad workingknowledge of code requirements,regulations,operational features,and fire hazards,to include featuresof fire protectionandlife safetyrelatedtobuildingconstruction, accompaniedwithprovenabilitiesin recognizing,diagnosing,defininganddocumentingexistingand potentiallyhazardousfire conditions. Demonstratedtrackrecordinexhibitingfirmness,tact,and impartialityinensuringcompliance tolaws,ordinances,codes,standards,andregulations. Decisive, self-sufficient,andsolutions-focusedleader,holdinguncommonintegrity,seekingtocontribute toa forward-thinkingorganization. Work Experience: US NAVY 2900 Grand Ave.  Leadership&Supervision  HR Policies&Programs  QualityAssurance andSafety  StaffingRequirements  Analysis/Staff Initiatives  LeveragingTechnology  SafetyTraining  Fire Prevention  BudgetManagement includingCostControl & ProcessImprovement  Program Management  TrainingInitiatives  Organizational Transformation  HazardousMaterial Handling  Guidedbyloyaltyandhigh ethical standards
  2. 2. 2 BLDG 2200, FL 2 Everett,WA 98201 UnitedStates 02/2014 - Present Hours per week:40 AFLOAT TRAINING GROUP AVIATIONREADINESS MANAGERFIREFIGHTER & TRAINER Duties,Accomplishmentsand RelatedSkills: Directedall administrative,HumanResource activities,Training,andOperationsfornine SeniorEnlisted Personnel inoverseeingthe certificationandtrainingfor6 PacificNorthWestShipsincludingover40 shipsinSan Diego,Hawaii, Japanaswell assupportingeastcoastshipsinVirginia,Florida,andSpain. Conducted104 shiptrainingevents,28shipsassistvisits,21Aircertifications,and26 augments.  Memberof the managementteaminmakingall neededdecisionsinsupportingof all HRrelated and operational events.  Managed large scale,complex,andculturallydiverse initiatives.Certificationof crew members enabledshipstomaintainproperoperatingcertificationandcontinuationof safe operating standards.  Certifiedandtrainedof all “WestCoast”Surface andAircraftCarrier assets,ensuringthatflight deckpersonnel were highlytrainedandmetcurrenttrainingstandardsforextendedand complex CombatFlightDeckOperations.  Ledassignedcrewand performed emergencyrescue of personnel andavarietyof firstaid measurestoalleviate furtherinjuryandprepare the victim(s)fortransporttoa medical facility.  Assignscrewmemberstoperformmaintenance of firefightingequipmentandfire station facilities.  Specialized knowledge of firefightingtechniquesforfire hazardspeculiartoshipboardaircraft, special weapons,hazardousmaterial etc.  Developednewcriteria,proceduresandcritical feedbackasnecessarythroughemergentand routine actionitems,providingcorrectiveproceduresintoexistingpersonnelqualification standards(PQS) andAircraftCarrierNaval Technical Publications(NATOPS).  Documentednecessaryshortfallswhere future correctiveproceduresensuringthatflightdeck personnel haduptodate informationwhenrequired.  Scheduledandcoordinatedworkshops,arrangedtravel ordersandfinancingwhentaskedfor off-site revieworinspection.  By example,lednewlyselectedChiefPettyOfficersthrougha6 weektrainingprogram, which resultedinmaintainingastrongChiefsmess,upholdingvaluesandtraditions.  Coordinated,volunteeredandledover500 personnel innumerousveterans,homeless, communityrelationsandpartnershipineducationprograms.  Trustedas a proctor for the Navy-wide AdvancementExamof over300 participants.  Trainingandleadershipresultedin34Master TrainingSpecialists and38 AfloatTraining Specialistgainingtheirqualifications.  ProvidedCareercounselingfor9 AfloatTrainersdirectlycontributingtothe 95% retentionrate maintainedatAfloatTrainingGroupEverett,Wa.  Ambassadortothe local communitycoordinatedthe SnohomishRivercleanup.Volunteered over45 off duty hoursat Morning afterMessCleanUp, EverettMain StreetCleanUpand St. Vincentde Paul’sFeed the Homeless. Supervisor:Mike Drumm (360-630-4265) Okay to contact thisSupervisor: Yes
  3. 3. 3 US NAVY USS NIMITZ (CVN-68) Everett,WA 98201 UnitedStates 01/2012 - 02/2014 Salary: 6,000.00 USD PerMonth Hours per week:40 MANAGERCRASH AND SALVAGETEAM Duties,Accomplishmentsand RelatedSkills: Responsible forprovidingoversightanddirectionof all HRprograms, includingperformance evaluations, promotions,assignments,awards,discipline,pay,andothermatterstoeffectivelymanage over25 personunit.Employedextensive administrative,operational,andprogrammanagementexpertiseand in-depthknowledge of the mostupto date HigherHeadquartersregulations,development,devise and proposedchangestolocal policiesandStandardOperatingProceduresaffectingover165 personnel withthe Department.  Managed the organizationandtrainingof 220 flightandhangar deckpersonnel infirefighting, aircrewrescue,aircraftsalvage,andjettisonoperations.  Performedstandbydutyduringaircraftrefuelinganddefueling,engine maintenance andtesting, weldingandburningonfueledand/orarmedaircraft,ammunitionhandlingorotherspecial circumstances.  Maintainedanup-to-date knowledge of the frequentchangesincockpitdesign,ordnance placement,andcabinlayoutstodetermine how theyaffectthe difficultyof rescue and firefighting.  Directedwaterthroughturretsandhand linestocool weaponsandammunitionduringrescue. Directedassignedcrewsinthe performance of crash/rescueandfirefightingduties onFlight deckshandlingcomplex(e.g.bombers,cargo,andpassenger) aircraft;the performanceof structural firefightingdutiesforavarietyof facilitieswhichmayinclude researchand/orlarge industrial complexes;andthe performance of hazardousmaterial(HAZMAT) containmentand control and/orBasic Life Supportduties.  Operatesordeactivatesspecializedmechanismsandsystems,suchashatch or canopyrelease mechanisms,ejectionseatmechanisms,oroxygensupplysystems.  Sometimesused special toolsdevelopedforthe particularmechanism.  Coordinatedandsupervised25personnel taskedwithoperatingandmaintainingCrashand Salvage equipmentvaluedat1.2M dollars.  Implementedadetailedtool control programtoaccount and inventoryall tools,resultinginzero ForeignObjectDamage (FOD) toequipmentandinjurytopersonnel duringflightoperations.  Spearheadedthe overall flightandhangardecksfirefightingtrainingandassessment preparationsforflightdeckcertification.  Managed andmonitoredoperationalfunds(OPTAR) inthe sumof $800K.  Researched,planned,organizedandimplementedseveral differentcultural diversity observances.Effortseducated,informed,andenabledcrew torecognize the continuous achievementsof all AmericanCultureandtoincreasedawareness,mutual respect,and understanding.  Enhancingcross cultural andcross genderawarenessandpromote harmonyamongall crew members,theirfamiliesandcivilianworkforce. Supervisor:Tom Amano(425-501-5668) Okay to contact thisSupervisor: Yes
  4. 4. 4 US NAVY USS SAN DIEGO (LPD-22) Pascagoula,MS 39595 UnitedStates 01/2010 - 02/2012 Salary: 6,000.00 USD PerMonth Hours per week:40 AIR DEPARTMENT MANAGER Duties,Accomplishmentsand RelatedSkills: Pre-commissionedone of ournation’snewestUSNavywarships.Directoversightof initial stage staffing of 30 personnel forAirDepartment,implementationof trainingandqualificationsof over30 people duringthisphase inpreparationforbringingthe shipintoinitialserviceto the fleet.Playingasignificant role ineveryaspectof organizational readinessandmissionaccomplishment.Reporteddirectlytothe AirBoss (DepartmentHead) andworkedcloselywiththe ExecutiveOfficer(President)inthe formulation of all policiesconcerningthe morale,welfare,jobsatisfaction,discipline,utilization,andtrainingof enlistedpersonnel.  Thoroughknowledge of facilitylayouts(includingresearchand/orindustrial complexes) andthe locationandoperationof alarm/suppressioncontrol panels,hydrants,utilityshutoffs,and suppressionsystems(includingspecial extinguishingagentsandsystems.)  Practical knowledge of emergencyfirstaidtechniques.  Detailedknowledge of design,construction,utilization,andcontentsof aircraft.  Compileswithhealth,safety,andenvironmental rulesandproceduresandperformsworkina mannerthat enhancesthe safetyof the workenvironment.  Able tomaintaingoodworkingrelationsanduse tactand firmnesswhendealingwithoperating officials;andtocommunicate orallyandinwriting.  Trainedthe crewon theoryof fire propagation,progression,andthe applicationof accepted techniquesandprocedures;agencyandinstallationmanuals,rules,andregulations;andfederal, state,and local fire protection/preventionordinance andshipcodes. Supervisor:Dave Griggs (619-857-9718) Okay to contact thisSupervisor: Yes US NAVY GoodFellow AFB,351 KearneyBlvd#119E San Angelo,TX 76908 UnitedStates 01/2006 - 02/2010 Salary: 6,000.00 USD Per Month Hours per week:40 MANAGER,LEAD INSTRUCTOR, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Duties,Accomplishmentsand RelatedSkills: As InstructorSupervisorandLeadingChief,Imanaged18 JointService instructorsadministering International Fire Service AccreditationCongress(IFSAC) accreditedAirportFirefighterCourse,includes instructiononaircraftand airportfamiliarization,incidentmanagementsystem, airportemergency,fire extinguishingagents,aircraftemergencyresponse andprinciplesof aircraftfirefightingduringa104- hour trainingcourse formore than 288 studentsannually.Planned,scheduled,andsupervisedthe
  5. 5. 5 teachingcurriculuminstructorevaluationsand certifiestechnical traininginstructorasqualified educators.  Hazmat Tech Instructor,conductsclassroomandpractical instructionforover500 DoD Hazmat Techniciancourse studentsannually,teachingproperrescue techniquestoHazmatTechnician Course studentsannually,High/Low angleenvironments,trenches,collapsedstructuresor confinedspacesaswell asthe incidentmanagementsystem.  Taught and evaluateditemsrelatedtoself-containedbreathingapparatus,automobile body constructionandtrench and buildingcollapserescue principles.  Developed studentguides,instructorlessonplans,measurementstestitems,powerpoint presentations,andadministeredacademicandperformance skillstestitems.  Provided academicguidance andcounselingforstudentsasnecessary.Structural Fire Fighting principlesInstructor,conductedclassroomandpractical instructionforstudentstomeetthe International Fire Service CongressaccreditedFirefighterIIcertification.  Instructionsincludespersonalprotective clothing,self-containedbreathingapparatus,forcible entry,ropes,andknots,rescue practicesforwater,ice,cave,trench,confine space,ladder operations,ventilationpractices,andautomobile extrication.  Administeredthirdpartyevaluationsalignedwithestablishedstandardsinaccordance with accreditationrequirements.  Designedlessonplansfornewlyestablishedaircraftburntrainersandcoordinatedwith standardizedandevaluationsectionforimplementingprocedurestotrainandevaluate personnel throughthe course of instruction.  Administersthird-partycourse evaluationsagainstestablishedstandardsandupdatescourse directorsondata distributedtoHeadquartersAirEducationandTrainingCommand. Supervisor:HenryCooper(757-660-1581) Okay to contact thisSupervisor: Yes Civil Service Firefighter 280 TaylorRd Pensacola,FL 32508 UnitedStates 01/2002 - 02/2003 Salary: 45,000.00 USD PerYear Hours per week:72 Series:0081 Pay Plan: GS Grade: GS-6 Firefighter(GS-6) (Thisisafederal job) Duties,Accomplishmentsand RelatedSkills: Servedasa Firefighter,engagedinairfield,structural firefighting,crash-rescue,andHazardousMaterials (HAZMAT) Operationsandassistedinreducingand/oreliminatingpotential firehazardsandreactingto the presence orpotential releasesof hazardousmaterialsasafirstrespondertoprotectpersons, property,orthe environment.  Surveyed incidentstoidentifymaterialsinvolved,determine whetherhazardousmaterialshave beenreleased,evaluate surroundingconditions;andpredictingthe likelybehaviorof a material and/orcontainer.  Estimatedthe potential harmtopeople andthe environment.Established onscene control procedures,includingcontrol zonesanddecontamination.Utilize hazardousmaterialsresponse proceduresandequipment,includingprotective clothing,self-containedbreathingapparatus, spill containmentmaterials,andextinguishingagents.
  6. 6. 6  Assisthazardousmaterial techniciansandotherhazardousmaterialsresponsepersonnelas needed.  Lead assignedcrewandperformsemergencyrescue of personnel andavarietyof firstaid measurestoalleviate furtherinjuryandprepare the victim(s)fortransporttoa medical facility.  Assigned crewmemberstoperformmaintenanceof firefightingequipmentandfire station facilities.  Wrote the run reportsat the endof eachrun for the emergency.  Performedworkatairfieldshandlingaircraft(e.g.,fighters,bombers,cargo,passenger) carrying large volumesof fuel,conventional andsometimesnuclearweapons,orhighlyflammable or explosive cargo;orhandlingalarge numberof airmoves,or a moderate numberinvolvingpilot training,orotherair moveswithhighcrash or fire potential.  Supportedoperationsinvolve extensive flightline repairwork,hotpitrefueling,orthe storage or movementof large quantitiesof gasolineandotherfuels.  Performedstandbydutyduringaircraftrefuelinganddefueling,engine maintenance and testing,weldingandburningonfueledand/orarmedaircraft,ammunitionhandlingorother special circumstances.  Maintainedanup-to-date knowledge of the frequentchangesincockpitdesign,ordnance placement,andcabinlayoutstodetermine how theyaffectthe difficultyof rescue and firefighting.Directwaterthroughturretsandhand linestocool weaponsandammunitions duringrescue.Directsassignedcrew inthe performance of crash/rescue andfirefightingduties at airfieldshandlingcomplex (e.g.bombers,cargo,andpassenger) aircraft;the performance of structural firefightingdutiesforavarietyof facilitieswhichmayinclude researchand/orlarge industrial complexes;andthe performance of hazardousmaterial(HAZMAT) containmentand control and/orBasic Life Supportduties.  Operated ordeactivatesspecializedmechanismsandsystems,suchashatch or canopyrelease mechanisms,ejectionseatmechanisms,oroxygensupply systems.Sometimesusesspecial tools developedforthe particularmechanism.  Participated inregulartrainingandexercisesasrequired.Structural firefightingdutiesmay include large multi-storiedbuildings,industrialareas,base storage facilities, andfacilitieswhich may be engagedinthe production,storage,andtestingof fuels,explosives,gases,orother chemicalsandmaterialswhichare capable of producingextensive andhazardoustoxicological, biological,orradiological products.  Directeda firefightingcrewinthe operationof firefighting. Supervisor:Chief Monte (850-452-0111) Okay to contact this Supervisor:Yes US NAVY NAVALSTATION ROTA Rota, Cadiz Spain 01/1999 - 02/2002 Salary: 5,000.00 USD Per Month Hours per week:72 STATION CAPTAIN / DRIVER OPERATOR Duties,Accomplishmentsand RelatedSkills: ServedasCrash Captainof Operations,Isupervised20 militaryand18 Spanishciviliannational firefighters,managingthe inspection andmaintenance of a12 vehicle fleet,valuedat$10.6M. Provided
  7. 7. 7 the capabilityof all assignedpersonneltocarry outtheirdutiesina safe and timelymannerand maintainsaccountabilityof assignedpersonnelonemergencyscenes.Respondedasthe Crash Captain for over300 emergencyresponses,protecting60assignedaircraft,667 facilities,4Kpersonnel,and missionassetsvaluedat$2.2B. Assessedthe nature andextentof fire,conditionof building,dangerto adjacentbuildings,andwatersupplytodeterminecrew andcompanyrequirements.  Managed dailyoperationsaswell asemergencyincidentstoinclude fire,EMS,hazmat,wild land,shipboard,highangle rescues,amilliongallonfuelfarm, oranyother typesof emergency incidentsmanmade ornatural.I was alsotaskedwithanalyzingprogramneedstodevelopfire protectionandpreventionpoliciesandprocedurestoachieve long-range programoperationas well asto develop,implement,orprovide traininginfire protectionandprevention.  StationCaptain- Lead 3 personmajorcrash and or 4 personstructural fire fightingvehicle crews respondingto/actionsduringaircraft,structural andbrushfiresandmedical,hazmatandother emergencysituations.  Devised initial tactical/strategicdecisionsnecessarytocontrol emergencysituationsuntil relievedbyaseniorfire officer.  Supervised smoke/heatventilation,propertysalvage, firefightingequipment.Supervises inspectionsandorganizational preventative maintenance on2.5 millionof firefighting/support vehicles.  Directedemergencyfirst responder’s medical care.  Assistedincompletingfire investigations/fire incidentreports.Conductslectures/drillsonfire suppression/rescue operations.  Enforcessafetyregulations;performsstationchief duties.Additional Duties:Flight's self- contained breathingapparatusmaintenance andmedicalsupplymonitor.  DriverOperator- deployed/advances/utilizeswater/foamhandlinesfromassignedstructural and/ormajor crash firefightingvehiclestoconfine andextinguishfacility,aircraft,brush,vehicle and other-type fires.Appliesknowledgeof searchandrescue,forcible entry,propertysalvage, overhaul ventilationtechniqueswhile performingfire groundoperations.  Operated/maintainedinsafe condition200Kof poweredrescue/allauxiliary firefightingand personal protective equipment.Administersemergencyfirstrespondermedical care.  Performedpreventative andorganizational maintenance inspectionson2.5Mdollar firefighting/supportvehicles.  Maintained fire stationfacilities/groundsin/safe condition.Participatesinemergencyresponse drills;conducts/receivestrainingonfire suppression/rescue operations.  Performs/driveroperatordutiesas required.Additional Duties:Flight'shazardouscargo shipper/monitorandbuildupteammember.  Planned,organized,anddirectedAirTerminal andflightline functionsforthe staff of a small sizedorganizationtoinclude sevendivisionsmanagingmaintenance andupkeepof airfield systems,runways,taxiways,aircrafthangars,andplanned(MILCON projects).  Coordinatedandplannedwithhostnationairfieldconstructionplans,snow andice control, runwayrepairs,andtaxiwayexpansionprojectsaffectingairfieldandflyingoperations.  Managed andmonitoreddepartmental operatingbudgetof $175K to supportservices,travel, and training.  Reviewedandapprovedsupplyrequisitionsof stockorderforpurchase of suppliestoensure that expenseswere consistentwithapprovedbudget. Supervisor: Dennis Yanez (360-204-4390) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
  8. 8. 8 Education: SouthernIllinoisUniversity Lake Stevens, WA UnitedStates Bachelor'sDegree 12/2017 GPA:3.8 of a maximum4.0 CreditsEarned: 97 Semesterhours Major: Fire Service Management Honors:Cum Laude CommunityCollege ofthe Air Force Goodfellow AFB,SanAngelo, TXUnited States Associate'sDegree 07/2007 GPA:4.0 of a maximum4.0 CreditsEarned: 64 Semesterhours Major: Fire and AppliedScience Honors:SummaCumLaude CommunityCollege ofthe Air Force Goodfellow AFB, TXUnited States Associate'sDegree 02/2006 GPA:4.0 of a maximum4.0 CreditsEarned: 64 Semesterhours Major: InstructorTechnologyMilitary Science Honors:SummaCumLaude Job Related Training: AirportFirefighter–184999 FirefighterI - Implied FirefighterII – 178001 HazardousMaterialsAwareness - Implied HazardousMaterial Operations – 185000 Hazardous Material Technician - 897724 IncidentCommand –897724 Weaponsof Mass Destruction - 897724 Rescue TechnicianI – 1064081 Fire InspectorI - 896842 Fire InspectorII – 1074147 BasicLife Support(BLS) Language Skills: Japanese (Novice) Spanish(Novice) Affiliations: AviationBoatswainMate Association - Life Member Work of Honor – Member Chief PettyOfficerAssociation - FormerVice President - Life Member References: Henry Cooper,DepartmentLeadingChief,UnitedStatesNavy(retired),757-660-1581, Ab4lif@gmail.com Tom Amano, Flightline AirfieldOperationsOfficer,UnitedStatesNavy,425-501-5668, tnamano72@yahoo.com Michael Drumm, CommandMaster Chief,UnitedStatesNavy,360-630-4265, crazyfish2005@outlook.com Dave Griggs, Command Master Chief, United States Navy, 619-857-9718, gdave7250@outlook.com
  9. 9. 9 Lester Long, Firefighter Station Captain (Civil Service GS-8), Lackland Air Force Base, TX, 210-269- 5381 Lester.long.1@us.af.mil Matt Stiefel,Firefighter,Snohomish WA,425-280-7580, mstifel@gmail.com Jay Routon, Firefighter,SeattleWA,425-239-4503, crossfitlakestevens@gmail.com Additional Information: PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Instructor- Master TrainingSpecialist Shipboard Instructor- AfloatTrainingSpecialist Lean Six Sigma(Yellow Belt) Lean Six Sigma(GreenBelt) "7" Habitsof HighlyEffective People NavyCurriculumDesign&InstructorEvaluator Level 1 & 2 CrossFitInstructorQualified MILITARY AWARDS: NavyFirefighterof the Year(2004) JointForcesFirefighterof the Year(2004) Departmentof Defense Firefighterof the Year(2004) NavyInstructorof the Year (2006) Sailorof the Year (2009) MILITARY MEDALS: ArmedForcesAchievementMedal (1) NavyCommendationMedal (3) NavyAchievementMedal (5) AirForce AchievementMedal (2) NavyGood ConductMedal (6) NavyOutstandingUnitMedal (1) National DefenseService Medal (2) SeaService Medal (7)) OverseasService Medal (4) OutstandingvolunteerService Medal (2) VOLUNTEER: Lake Stevens, WA: Boys & Girls Club Youth Coach; Everett, WA: Food Bank; San Diego, CA: Drug & Education for Youth(DEFY) Counselor; Everett, WA: JROTC Mentor; San Diego, CA: Habitat for Humanity. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shane-krueger-69100746

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