Topic ID #35719 - posted 5/18/2015 10:53 AM

Recent Graduate, Field Experience, Will Travel



ryanjt89

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Ryan J. Thompson

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELDWORK
    Bethsaida Biblical Archaeology Project, (Tiberias, Israel, 40hrs/week May-June 2013)
    Archaeological Field Technician
 Conducted Phase I excavation of new zone on the outer wall of the city
 Collected, identified, cataloged, and photographed relevant artifacts
 Assisted initial survey of zone and depth progression of site
    Red Willow Archaeological Field School, (Mcook, NE, 40hrs/week June- August 2013)
    Archaeological Field Technician
 Conducted surface surveys for initial excavation
 Dug Phase I test pits, assisted by the Park Service of Red Willow Reservoir
 Documented and cataloged artifacts for later research
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    Grane: Whiskey Dispensary and Craft Cocktails, Omaha, NE. 40hrs/week May 2014 - Present
    Assistant Manager
 Used strong social skills to build rapport with diverse customer base
 Created a productive climate to build confidence and increase skills of employees in a high stress environment
 Took initiative to reorganize workspace for staff with little guidance
 Ran and analyzed end of business day reports to prepare for records
    The Lauter Tun: Fine Ales and Spirits, Omaha, NE. 40hrs/week June 2012 - Jan. 2014
    Bar Manager
 Ensured customer satisfaction with personal skills
 Built and maintained trusting relationships with vendors
 Hired and motivated new staff
 Used Excel to track inventory and price new product
 Processed end of business day reports using Quikbooks
    Westside High School Science Department, Omaha, NE. 10hrs/week Nov. 2006 - May 2008
    Chemical Lab Assistant
 Constructed/Deconstructed experiments for students
 Inventoried lab equipment and chemicals
 Created chemical solutions for student use
 Tutored students needing help with chemistry
SKILLS
    - Excellent listener and communicator, effectively conveys information orally and in writing
    - Word processing up at 60 WPM, Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Quikbooks
    - Problem solving and team leadership, Time Management
    - Surveying, conducting test pits, cataloging, physically fit
EDUCATION
    University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE.
    B.A., History; Minor, Anthropology of an Archaeological focus (August 2013)
AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
    - Dean’s List: Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013
    - Treasurer of the Anthropological Society of UNO (2011-2013)





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