Plant Protection Technician Resume

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Paul Hendey

5821 S Mayfield Ave

Chicago, IL 60652

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Summary

A highly talented, well trained and work oriented Plant Protection Technician whose expertise is focused on implementing quarantine orders, maintaining laboratory equipments and records and carrying out standard eradication measures to plants to ensure health and safety; has good observation and analytical skills and may involve in teaching

Professional Experience:

Plant Protection Technician January 2007 – Present

Packers & Stockyard, Chicago, IL

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborated with the supervisor in planning, coordinating survey and control measures.
  • Surveyed and checked lands like nurseries and farms to detect presence of harmful plants and diseases.
  • Carried out standard eradication method/procedures for pests and diseases that may harm plants.
  • Applied proper proportions and dosages of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides.
  • Implemented quarantine orders which limited shipping of plants, plant products, and equipment.
  • Kept updated records of regulatory procedures, control measures, and inspection work.

Plant Protection Assistant Technician May 2004 – December 2006

Packers & Stockyard, Chicago, IL

Responsibilities:

  • Assisted the technicians in handling equipments and applied standard procedures.
  • Observed nurseries for the presence of particular plant pests.
  • Maintained records on the eradication procedures and application of pesticides.
  • Observed lands and areas for presence of alternate plant hosts.
  • Conducted a complete eradication treatment.
  • Communicated with the head technician on the movement of plant, byproducts, and equipment.

Botany Teacher February 1999 – May 2004

Illinois Central College, Peoria, IL

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborated with the supervisor in planning, coordinating survey and control measures.
  • Surveyed and checked lands like nurseries and farms to detect presence of harmful plants and diseases.
  • Carried out standard eradication method/procedures for pests and diseases that may harm plants.
  • Applied proper proportions and dosages of pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides.
  • Implemented quarantine orders which limited shipping of plants, plant products, and equipment.
  • Kept updated records of regulatory procedures, control measures, and inspection work.

Plant Protection Assistant Technician May 2004 – December 2006

Packers & Stockyard, Chicago, IL

Education

Masters Degree in Agriculture, Rice University, 1999

Bachelor of Science in Biology, Rice University, 1994

Skills:

  • Exceptional communication skills both orally and written
  • Good observation and analytical skills
  • Can work under pressure
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills

Awards and Affiliations

American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member

The Michigan Nature Association, Member

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