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Ed Vance
123 Null Ave, Fake City , NY 12345 | Cell: 000.123.111 | Email:

Dynamic professional with over 15 years of progressive experience in general operations, staff leadership, and safety compliance. Former business owner skilled in developing five-year plans, motivating employees, and leading marketing initiatives. Excellent knowledge of dispersed campsites, campgrounds, outfitter camps, trails, roads, wildlife, hunting units, and hunting and fishing regulations from background with the Unites States Forest Service.

Core Qualifications
Business Operations Strategic Planning Trail Reconstruction Risk/Emergency Prevention Staff/Crew Leadership Administrative Support Outdoor Activities Planning Safety Compliance

Demonstrated superior leadership skills in supervising forest service foot and stock crews, planning logistics for ten-day hitches, and in owning and managing two businesses. Gained many years of experience in trail riding, backpacking, camping, hunting, fishing, and trail reconstruction with St. Joe Ranger District. Developed and patented various inventions including a device to carry tools on a pack animal in 2009, and a device in which to carry a chainsaw mounted on a ATV in 2012. Promoted “Leave No Trace” initiatives in supervising MCC crews of 6-8 people and in supporting restructuring of Red Ives trails facilities. Selected Awards Peer Awards from Trail Crew Members. Spot Award from FS supervisor. Business of the Year from St. Maries Chamber of Commerce. Merit Award from Chuck Marks-St. Joe Ranger District.

Back Country Crew Supervisor/Forestry Trail Technician May 2006 to May 2013 St. Joe Ranger District, US Forest Service Avery , ID Managed multiple priorities for the Forest Service including foot and stock crew supervision, trail maintenance, facilities upkeep, stock management, and safety compliance. Spearheaded planning of campouts including preparing food, equipment, and gear, reviewed JHAs, and participated in safety meetings. Guided crews of up to 10 people into the back country for eight- to ten-day hitches, supervised MCC hitches, and assisted with IDOC hitches. Responded to emergency situations leveraging Forest Protection Officer training. and certification.