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Mark Green

Montrose,CO

Summary

Detail-oriented team player with strong organizational skills. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with a high degree of accuracy. Willing to take on added responsibilities to meet team goals. Excellent time management and problem-solving skills. Ardent supporter of workplace safety culture.

Overview

46
46
years of professional experience

Work History

Supervisory Park Ranger Aquatic Invasive Species

National Park Service
2011.06 - 2021.06
  • Perform preventative maintenance and repair of one permanent hot water decontamination machine, and five mobile hot water decontamination machines
  • Train and evaluate up to 16 seasonal employees, for three geographically separate marina districts; in the proper use and daily maintenance of fixed and portable watercraft decontamination machines
  • Provide formal watercraft inspection and decontamination training for both NPS employees and Utah State Aquatic Nuisance Species technicians
  • Performed as regional liaison between National Park Service and State-level Aquatic Nuisance Species prevention and containment efforts
  • Performed as Hiring Manager and Personal Performance Evaluator for all inspection technicians assigned to the Bullfrog, Halls Crossing and Hite Marina areas of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

Aquatic Invasive Species Interdiction Ranger

National Park Service
2010.05 - 2011.06
  • Educates and informs visitors about the significance of the resources of the park and about the laws, rules, and regulations relating to the protection of the resources and to the operations of the park and safe use of its resources
  • Manages the use of the park's resources by visitors, concessionaires, right-of-way grantees, commercial-use licenses, and other individuals and groups in the public; ensuring the safety of visitors, employees, and other members of the public; and enhancing the public's understanding and enjoyment of the park's resources
  • Checks on the measures boaters take to avoid spreading aquatic invasive species
  • Operates hot water high pressure power washers to decontaminate boats of invasive species from visitor vessels and equipment
  • Accomplishments: Interdicted an infected watercraft from Lake Havasu, AZ; preventing the spread of Quagga Mussels into Lake Powell
  • Educated park visitors about the effects and dangers of aquatic invasive species, and instilled in them a sense of stewardship in the care and preservation of Lake Powell
  • Organized and forwarded all field inspection reports, vessel quarantine reports, and compliance checks in a timely manner
  • Related Skills: Effectively communicates with park visitors; providing education about aquatic invasive species; and ensuring that they understand their role in keeping invasive species out of the Lake Powell waterways
  • Effectively trains newly appointed Aquatic Invasive Species Interdiction Rangers in the methods of watercraft inspections, and the inspection protocols established by the NPS.

Graduate Student/Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Tennessee
2007.08 - 2008.06
  • During this period I was a graduate student of physical geography at the University of Tennessee
  • Studies covered: Geographic information Science, Earth Systems, Remote Sensing, Advanced Remote Sensing, Statistics, Graduate Teaching Assistant duties for three entry-level geography classes.

Graduate Student/Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Tennessee
2006.08 - 2007.07
  • During this period I was a graduate student of structural geology at the University of Tennessee
  • Studies included: Tectonics and Structure of the Southern Appalachian Region, Carbonate Sedimentology and Geochemistry, Advanced Structural Geology, Independent Field Work (geologic mapping), Graduate Teaching Assistant duties for undergraduate structural geology
  • I was also an active participant in the University of Tennessee's annual Earth Science Day, which was hosted by the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
  • This program was primarily designed for the K-12 group, but is open to anyone in the community who has an interest in Earth history and processes
  • For this program, I presented interpretive programs that addressed the geologic time scale, sedimentation processes and fossilization, mineral exhibits, and groundwater flow
  • I also worked as a receptionist, who received the public as they arrived - by bus or personal auto - and directed them to the scheduled events.

Superintendent, Medical Equipment Repair

US Air Force
1995.08 - 1997.06
  • Managed the scheduled maintenance and repair of all medical equipment items assigned to the USAF Academy Hospital and all satellite medical treatment facilities associated with the USAF Academy
  • Prepared and managed the annual operating budget for equipment maintenance operations
  • Key worker in the development and implementation of the compliance documents for the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO) inspections
  • Wrote the preventive maintenance and emergency repair contract for the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system assigned to the USAF Academy Hospital.

Superintendent, Medical Equipment Repair Center

US Air Force
1992.08 - 1995.08
  • Managed the preventive maintenance and repair of all medical equipment assets assigned to the 15th Medical Group at Hickam AFB, Hawaii; the medical treatment facility of Wake Island; and the USAF Hospital at Andersen AFB, Guam
  • Prepared and managed the annual operating budget for equipment maintenance operations
  • Served one year as interim Facility Manager for the 15th Medical Group at Hickam AFB
  • The facility manager duties were concurrent with the inception of a complete renovation of the medical treatment facility
  • I was also responsible for the recruitment, hiring and training of the permanent facility manager who replaced me
  • I received the USAF Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding service during this tour of duty.

Superintendent, Medical Equipment Repair

US Air Force
1989.08 - 1992.08
  • Managed the scheduled maintenance and repair actions for all equipment items assigned to the 869th USAF Contingency Hospital at RAF Feltwell, England
  • Prepared and managed the annual operating budget for equipment maintenance operations
  • Served as the facility manager of this organization
  • I developed and implemented the 5-year master plan for this facility, which identified and prioritized facility upgrades needed to transition to an operational medical treatment facility
  • During Gulf Storm I was selected to deploy to RAF Little Rissington and RAF Nocton Hall (also contingency hospitals) to assist them with facility issues and equipment installations required to prepare these facilities to receive casualties
  • Served as the Unit Safety Representative for the 869th USAF Contingency Hospital on the RAF Lakenheath Wing Safety Council
  • In this capacity, I was awarded the Unit Safety Representative of the Quarter in 1990 and 1991
  • I received the USAF Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding accomplishments at the end of this tour of duty.

Medical Equipment Maintenance Specialist

US Air Force
1986.08 - 1989.08
  • Performed preventive maintenance, calibration and repair for medical equipment assets assigned to Wilford Hall USAF Regional Medical Center
  • After one year I was selected to a permanent position in the Electronics Repair section, where I specialized in anesthetic gas delivery systems, surgical lasers, steam and gas sterilizers and physiological monitors.

Student, Technical Training

US Air Force
1985.12 - 1986.08
  • During this period I was attending the technical training school for medical equipment repair.

Seaman Specialist/Salvage Diver

US Air Force
1980.02 - 1985.12
  • Primary duties included piloting and navigation of an 85' missile retrieval boat assigned to the 82nd Tactical Aerial Targets Squadron at Tyndall AFB, Florida
  • Additionally, I performed corrosion control of the boat's superstructure and hull, as well as wood refinishing required for upkeep of the vessel
  • Our mission was to retrieve sub-scale and full-scale drone aircraft targets, which had been shot down during air combat training
  • I volunteered for dive duty, and attended the US Naval Diving and Salvage Training Center at Panama City Beach, Florida
  • My primary diving duties were related to underwater inspections of the Aircraft Maneuvering and Instrumentation Towers (ACMI) located in the northern Gulf of Mexico
  • Additionally, I was tasked to perform salvage diving duties whenever the drone aircraft sank because of the damage incurred during air combat training missions
  • I was also involved in several aircraft salvage dive missions that resulted from mid-air collisions of manned aircraft that occurred over the ACMI range
  • During my time at the 82nd Tactical Aerial Target Squadron's Watercraft Branch I received three US Air Force Commendation Medals and three US Air Force Achievement Medals.

Radiologic Technologist

US Air Force
1975.10 - 1980.02
  • My primary duties were those of an x-ray technician
  • I performed routine and special procedures, such as barium studies, renal and circulatory contrast studies and arthrograms; as well as mobile x-ray studies during surgical procedures
  • I was responsible for inventory and supply requisition needed to keep the radiology department in operation.

Education

Bachelor's Degree - Geology

University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN
05.2006

Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Computer skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, power Point
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem solving
  • Leadership & Team Management
  • Time management
  • Cultural Awareness
  • Customer Service

Affiliations

  • Carolina Geological Society
  • Geological Society of America
  • American Association of Petroleum Geologists

Job Related Training

  • OSHA training
  • Red Cross CPR and First Aid certification

References

Colleen Allen:

928-608-6264

colleen_allen@nps.gov

Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator, Glen Canyon NRA

Timeline

Supervisory Park Ranger Aquatic Invasive Species

National Park Service
2011.06 - 2021.06

Aquatic Invasive Species Interdiction Ranger

National Park Service
2010.05 - 2011.06

Graduate Student/Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Tennessee
2007.08 - 2008.06

Graduate Student/Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Tennessee
2006.08 - 2007.07

Superintendent, Medical Equipment Repair

US Air Force
1995.08 - 1997.06

Superintendent, Medical Equipment Repair Center

US Air Force
1992.08 - 1995.08

Superintendent, Medical Equipment Repair

US Air Force
1989.08 - 1992.08

Medical Equipment Maintenance Specialist

US Air Force
1986.08 - 1989.08

Student, Technical Training

US Air Force
1985.12 - 1986.08

Seaman Specialist/Salvage Diver

US Air Force
1980.02 - 1985.12

Radiologic Technologist

US Air Force
1975.10 - 1980.02

Bachelor's Degree - Geology

University of Tennessee
Mark Green