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Robert S.

Seeley
Permanent Address: R 1 Box 66A, Wyalusing, PA 18853
(202) 713-1683
friendtakecare@yahoo.com
Veterans Preference

Objective:
To obtain the position of_________.

Skills/Qualifications:
 Knowledge and experience in personnel management, and inventory, equipment and
supply tracking.
 Strong customer relations background in managing, leading, and instructing towards a
common goal.
 Ability to execute plans proficiently while efficiently meeting deadlines and criteria with
professionalism.

Employment History:
United States Army
Sergeant
19 Delta Scout
11/2004 - Present
 Leads soldiers in training exercises and drills including equipment overview and usage,
and military tactics.
 Educates soldiers in a classroom environment on military knowledge, policies and
regulations.
 Develops schedules for soldiers daily duties and upcoming events (ceremonial
responsibilities).
 Tracks soldiers’ medical requirements and appointments; issued reminders to military
families regarding medical needs and appointments.
 Authors awards documents; ensures awards and documents are included in soldiers’
official records.

United States Navy


Petty Officer
Machinist Mate
11/1995 – 11/2004
 Certified in cargo weapons and elevators; trained in the operation and maintenance of
industrial sized equipment including A/C units, diesel engines, and generators.

United States Senate, Sergeant At Arms, Washington, DC


Unites States Capitol Police (USCP) K-9 Unit
5/2010 - Present
 Participates in patrols ensuring the security of Capitol Hill; assisting in sweeping vehicles
and offices using bomb sniffing canines.
 Assists bomb squad; dons Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); operates X-ray machine;
develops photos from X-ray machine.
 Participates in firearms training exercises; operates a variety of weapons.
 Knowledge of USCP Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

Volunteer History:
American Red Cross
6/2009 - Present
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A humanitarian organization that provides emergency assistance, disaster relief and education inside
the United States.
 Lead Representative to Wounded Warriors in Transition/Customer Service Representative –
Completes various office supply tasks in high volume office; fulfills requests from hospital
patients.

Treat 4 Our Troops


6/2009 - Present
An organization operated out of Arlington, VA that accepts candy, magazine, and party supply
donations for real American heroes.
 Public Relations Campaign Manager – Coordinates partnerships with multiple non-profit
associations; has distributed more than one hundred pounds of candy to soldiers at Walter
Reed Army Medical Center.

Education:
Egg Harbor Township High School

Warrior Leadership Course; 2006


Scout Course; 2005
Cargo Weapons Elevator Course; 1996

Awards & Decorations:


Army Achievement Medal
Good Conduct Medal
Iraqi Campaign Medal
National Defense Medal
Army Service Ribbon

Affiliations:
American Legion
Freemasonry
Patriot Guard
Veterans of Foreign Wars

References:
References (professional and/or personal) available upon request.