Judul: DLC Resume 2015
Penulis: David Cook
David L. Cook, M.A.
2959 Austin Bridge Rd Douglasville, GA
I am seeking a full time position with a company with which I can grow and excel. My previous work experiences have always provided me with new challenges to rise to and overcome. I pride myself in adaptability, communication, and creativity. I am always eager to learn and grow.
2015 Master's Degree in Anthropology (Focused in Archaeology)
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
2009 Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology (Bachelor of Arts)
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
2007 Associate's Degree in General Studies
Georgia Military College, Satellite, Valdosta, GA
2000High School Diploma
Douglas County HS, Douglasville, GA
Co-Owner/Operator January 2015 to present
Your Fired Creations Pottery Studio
Co-Owner: Krystal Cook (229) 506-0731
Assisting in operation and maintenance of a pottery studio and gallery
Assisting in design and implementation of advertisements, course schedules, communications, accounting, and event planning
Archaeological Field Technician June 2014 to October 2014
Terra XplorationsTuscaloosa, AL
Supervisor: Klint Baggett (205) 275-1584
Archaeological/CRM Survey performed for 100 mile Newnan-Dalton (GA) Pipeline Expansion. Tasks included map reading, excavation, identifying cultural resources/material culture, documenting geological conditions, collecting cultural materials, documenting shovel tests, artifacts, environmental and soil conditions, hiking in extreme weather conditions and navigating in difficult terrain.
Biological Field Technician June 2013 to July 2013
Battle Mountain, NV
Supervisor: Kathy Sale (559-359-5362)
Botanical Survey performed for Battle Mountain BLM/USFS.
Tasks included map reading, documenting environmental conditions, collecting botanical samples, observing numerous specific details of specimen conditions, hiking in extreme weather conditions, and weighing, drying, and storing collected specimens.
Graduate Research Assistant August 2011 to May 2013
Georgia State University
Grading student assignments
Compiling, updating, and organizing lists of students' projects, grades, and attendance
Providing students with guidance in regards to course-related questions
Organizing and Presenting study sessions and lesson reviews
Field Technician November 2009 to April 2010
Brockington and Associates
Performing field investigations
Recording site information
Bagging and cataloguing finds
Laboratory work, cleaning finds
Research Observer Temporary Research Fall 2009
Ball State University – Center for Media Design
Following and Observing volunteer participants
Recording behaviors using electronic devices
Uploading observations via online network
Library Student Assistant August, 2007 to August 2009
Georgia State University – Library
Supervisor: Jose Auger 404-413-2824
Retrieving requests submitted online, processing incoming/outgoing materials;
Assisting patrons in person/via phone, processing lost/found items;
Setting up new accounts, deleting old accounts, processing fines;
Assisting with various other duties of staff employees.
Spanish Translator, Camp Counselor August, 2009
That Pottery Place SupervisorAndrea Zoppo 404-889-2529
Assisted Lead Counselor in facilitating activities
Provided Spanish-English and English-Spanish translations between Counselors and three(3) campers
Setup and Cleaned activity areas, Assisted in supervision of camp outings/meals
Field Technician/Intern Fall 2008
Supervisor: Erin Drakeeadrake@terracon.com678-327-4150
Cleaned, processed, and catalogued samples gathered from dig/survey sites;
Trained in basics of ARCGIS, studied Federal and State laws governing Archaeology;
Assisted Archaeologists in execution of transects and photo-surveys;
General Manager May, 2006 to February, 2007
The Sportsman Club, LLC
Valdosta, GAFull-time job
Overseeing daily/nightly operations of a downtown restaurant;
Duties included hiring/firing, ordering/receiving food and beverages, making deposits;
Supervised a staff of three to six employees at any given time.
Assistant Manager May, 2005 to May, 2006
Hildegard's CafeFull-time job
Overseeing operations of a downtown restaurant during a shift;
Duties included ordering/receiving food, beverages, and other merchandise, opening/closing;
Supervised a shift of two to four employees at any given time.
American Anthropological Association
Society for American Archaeology
Greater Atlanta Archaeological Society
Society for Georgia Archaeology
Anthropology Club of GSU, President, 2009
Volunteer work for the Flatrock Archive: Clean-up and mapping of the cemetery. (repeated and ongoing)
Volunteer work for Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Archaeology Day,spring 2009
Field school experience at Saint Isabel de Utinahica site through
GSU in conjunction with Fernbank Museum of Natural History, summer 2009.
Volunteer clean-up work for Historic Oakland Cemetery, spring 2009.
Dennis Blantonblantodb@jmu.edu JamesMadison Univ540-568-7390
Jeffrey Glover email@example.com Georgia State Univ 404-413-5164
Chris Morehart firstname.lastname@example.org Arizona State U. 480-727-6213
Jim Dilleyjdilley@fs.fed.us TEAMS Enterprises559-920-8139
Erin Drakeeadrake@terracon.com Terracon678-327-4150
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