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Joseph Ninni

Reading, PA, USA

Education: Bachelor of Arts; Geography, Minor Geology Kutztown University (2011-2014)

Relevant Courses: Fundamentals in Oral Communication, Advanced GIS, Research Methods, Field Methods, Applied Statistical Methods, Elements for Physical Geography, Environmental Issues, Environmental Conservation, Map Reading and Interpretation, Cartography, Physical Geology, Structural Geology, Hydrogeology, Mineralogy

Certifications: ACI Concrete Inspection, OSHA 10-hour Training, GAR Aerial Lift Specialist, Nuclear Gage Field Technician

Professional Experience:
Lab Analyst I / Field Technician Suburban Testing Labs
January 2017 to August 2017, Reading, Pa
Sample recovery and transportation
Daily equipment calibration
Recording and reporting institutionalized data (DEP, EPA)

Senior Field Technician Ingram Engineering Services
July 2016 to December 2016, West Chester, Pa
Creating positive interpersonal relationships between client and contractors
Support analysis of project specifications per client request
Daily reporting and implementation of findings
Ensuring safety of materials and work environment during inspection.

Roller Operator and Grading Crew Laborer Schlouch Incorporated
February 2016 to July 2016, Blandon, Pa
Physical labor (carrying over 50 lbs, overcoming various terrain, and digging)
Operation of dual-drum roller, laser levels, and using other positioning tools
Reading, comprehension, and updating of blueprints
Preventative maintenance of all equipment.
LOTO Procedures and safety orientation

Water Softener Technician Suburban Water Testing
June 2015 to January 2016, Gilbertsville, Pa
Installation, repair, and scheduled maintenance on softeners via diagnosis
Working around plumbing situations to install equipment (cpvc, pvc, and copper)
Persuasive, not invasive, customer service relationship building
Knowing and informing customers of upcoming and current equipment.

Performed blue print analysis for multiple clients at on-site locations across the Delaware and Pennsylvania area.
Contributions to the on-going Acid Mine Drainage research project taking place at the Kutztown University Geology Department concerning the Schuylkill River; which I later mapped out and compared geographically with the state of Pennsylvania via ArcGIS software.
Developed multiple databases for use in ArcGIS software during my collegiate years.
Up-to-date tracking of field locations, safety procedures, and completed work via field notebook.
Miscellaneous Experience:
Founding member of Kutztown University Geographical Society (Treasurer)
Ranked member of Geology Club (Parliamentarian)
Chincoteague Bay Field Station Volunteer
Take Back the Tap College Advocate and Spokesperson

Joseph Ninni

Posted 2018-02-20 under Cartography, Database, Entry Level, Forestry, Geography, Geology, Geospatial, Hydrology, Information Technology, Land Use, Manager, Planning, Research, Surveying, Technician, Web & Internet

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