Topic ID #33500 - posted 9/2/2014 11:20 AM

M.A. with Field Experience, Survey Looking for work in Colorado, Southwest



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Page M. Strong

7048 S. Bryant St., Littleton, Colorado 80120

Telephone: 303-746-6683  •  E-mail: pagestrong888@gmail.com

Summary

Accomplished, loyal, well-organized individual searching for her dream career. Strong background in organization, filing, cataloguing, and documenting.  Adept at writing, editing, and proofreading. Quickly able to learn new skills and apply those skills to the workplace. Superb interpersonal communication skills 

Experience

Skip Tracer,– United Auto Recovery, Memphis, Tennessee - March 2013 – Present

- Researching potential locations of assets for which the loans have been reneged upon using three search engines, inputting the information in an internet-based database, sending the information to the field for further investigation

- Pre-skip for Santander Bank, skip tracer for Ally bank

- Working with Pre-Skip Team, Outsourcing Team, Account Managers, and Field Agents to locate assets for which the loans have been reneged upon

- Pre-skip trainer

- Employee of the Month, June 2013

 

Floater/Temp – Crye-Leike Realty, Memphis, Tennessee - September 2012 – March 2013

- Front Desk operative, answering switchboard, greeting guests, and staying alert for disturbances

- Front Desk operative and auditing for REO Division

- Front Desk operative and income procurement for Property Management

 

Graduate Assistant – University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee - August 2010 – May 2012

- Graduate Student Assistantship awarded for entirety of Graduate career

- Graduate Assistant in charge of computer lab, answering questions and enforcing rules

- Graduate Assistant for professor, organizing research, designing website

- Graduate Assistant for American History, grading tests, grading essays

 

Independent Contractor – Lighten Your WorkLoad, Longmont, Colorado - August 2008 – September 2010

- Responsible for editing books, websites, and blog posts

- Edited No Longer Silent, autobiography by Tammy Gagnon

- Website and logo design

 

Field Archaeologist – North Kaibab Ranger District, Fredonia, Arizona - May 2009  – August 2010

- Achieved assistant lead for archaeological survey and supervised crew members

- Surveyed for and recorded archaeological sites

- Studied maps to plan future projects

- Organized and completed archaeological forms: site, isolated occurrence, dendroglyph, and artifact forms

 

Field Archaeologist – Aztec Archaeological Consultants, Aztec, New Mexico - September 2008 – January 2009

- Surveyed for and recorded archaeological sites interfering with clients’ building projects

- Wrote site forms and archaeological reports

Education

University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee 2010-2012

-        Master’s Degree in History, Egyptology focus

Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa 2006-2008

-        Bachelor of Science Degree in Archaeology

-        Studied abroad for three months in Egypt with Columbia University, New York

-        Participated in the 2008 Cornell College Student Symposium

-        Teaching Assistant, Archaeological Field School, Mount Trumbull, Arizona, Nevada State College

Interests

-        Violin and piano

-        Producing chocolate candies

-        Writing

-        Drawing

-        Cooking and baking


References

-        Linda Tyner – 901-756-8900

-        Kimberly Nichols – kherodotus1@aol.com

-        Colleen Nicholas – colleen.nicholas@sbcglobal.net - 512-940-1101

-        Tammy Gagnon –tammygagnon@rocketmail.com - 571-224-2538

-        Melissa Boyschou - thenenet42@yahoo.com - 815-721-6818






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