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Regulatory Compliance, Management, Fruit Spray Monitoring, Decontaminate Testing, Fruit/Tree Inspections, Disease Identification, Official Documentation, Supply Monitoring, Shipment Verification, Photographic Documentation, Fruit Fly Detection, Multi-Lure/McPhail/Jackson Trap Preparation, Leprosis Identification, Citrus Greening Identification, Citrus Variegated Chlorosis Identification, Canker Lesion Identification, Decontamination Protocols, Disease State Records, Communication, Horticultural Education, Operations, Data Generation, Quality Assurance, Records Maintenance.





PPQ Technician, 0421

Grade Level: GS-7


Orlando, FL US

Hours per week: 40

Salary: 49,533.00 USD/Year

Supervisor: Phillip J. Russell  Phone: 407-832-0373  May Contact:  Yes

In support of Florida regulation that citrus fruit from Florida is prohibited from being shipped to citrus producing states and territories, served as official presence ensuring regulatory compliance. Serving at a citrus packing house, responsible for monitoring fruit spray application and testing decontaminate for correct parts per million. Consistently checked supplies for completeness, including chemical test kit, digital camera, forms, and specimen collection bags. Successfully inspected 1000 individual fruits per lot for canker lesions and acquired documentations such as daily run sheet and manifests. Proficiently verified all interstate shipments display the Limited Permit Statement on all manifests and containers.
Recorded and sent digital pictures of canker lesions to the plant pathologist as soon as possible to minimize production delays. Residential and grove survey duties include inspection of citrus fruit for numerous diseases, including Leprosis, citrus greening and Citrus Variegated Chlorosis. Successfully recorded GPS coordinates and drew up maps detailing locations of found diseases. Responsible for recording disease state in digital pictures and sending sharp macro pictures of citrus diseases to plant pathologist. Successfully passed all required canker ID testing. Effectively identified citrus canker in packing houses, door yards, citrus groves, and citrus greening in three residential properties.
Recipient of exceptional summary ratings on performance appraisals for fiscal year 2008. Received SPOT Awards 2006-2009.




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PPQ Technician, 0421

Grade Level: GS-7


Orlando, FL US

Hours per week: 40

Salary: 47864.00 USD/Year

Supervisor: Lucy Ramos  Phone: 407-282-7821   May Contact:  Yes

Actively served a one month temporary duty assignment with the Fruit Fly Detection Program from 4/2008 to 5/2008. Part-time duty extended from 7/2008 to 9/2008 due to the discovery of two male Oriental Fruit Flies. Consistently maintained supplies to my assigned GOV, including glycol, lure, trap hangers, Multi-Lure, and Jackson Traps. Successfully logged traps servicing into the FFD-2 ledger in the route book, as well as entered daily data in the eTrap software. Efficiently prepared Multi-Lure, McPhail and Jackson Traps in the office to capture flies in the field. Responsible for the submission of all Caribbean Fruit Flies and any other suspect flies to the Entomology Section in Palmetto, FL. Awarded Certificate of Appreciation from Lucy Ramos, 5/2008.




PPQ Technician, 0421

Grade Level: GS-7


Hours per week: 40

Salary: 47531.76 USD/Year

Supervisor: Name Phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx  May Contact:  Yes or No

Lee Newport, Supervisor's Phone: (863)533-7770)

Serving as PPQ Technician for Citrus Canker Eradication Program in Florida, transitioned from surveying from residential properties to commercial groves in 2004. Successfully inspected sentinel trees for citrus canker, collected samples of suspect canker lesions to be analyzed and followed decontamination protocol in all survey operations. Responsible for gaining permission from homeowners to participate in sentinel survey and entering residential sentinel site data on a personal digital assistant. Efficiently located and mapped out additional citrus trees for the sentinel survey participation. Facilitated productive communication with officers and supervisors, maintaining open informational channels regarding daily work results. Transitioned to commercial groves, effectively scouted citrus groves for accessibility conditions such as high undergrowth or locked gate before the next day arrival of the survey teams. Actively provided aerial and road maps for various groves with written directions to facilitate survey team operations. Responsible for inspecting commercial groves for citrus greening and canker lesions with the survey team and collected suspect samples, 95%. Strictly followed the decontamination protocol to avoid the spreading of citrus diseases. Recipient of SPOT Award in 4/17/2005.











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Agricultural Commodity Grader, 1980

Grade Level: GS-7


Hours per week: 40

Salary: $37,749 USD/Year

Supervisor: Dean Power  Phone: 863-294-7416   May Contact:  Yes

Skillfully graded processed citrus for flavor, color and sugar content, ensuring quality products for consumers. Conducted daily inspections for eggs, larvae, and body parts of fruit flies from samples taken from tank farm, tanker trailer, drums, and retail containers. Responsible for the hourly temperature monitoring of concentrate and single strength juice of both bulk and retail products. Authorized to hold products for further inspection regarding insect contamination, low temperature or out of grade. Consistently inspected condition and sanitation of bulk and retail containers on a daily basis. Served as witness for the reprocessing of failed products for cattle feed. Stepped up as Inspector-In-Charge during vacations and leave-of-absence, successfully handling time/attendance reports, weekly billing reports, score sheets, and certificates. Recognized as trustworthy leader by Inspector-in-Charge Marianna Star and Meg Bjoring, during leave. Recipient of Performance Award 1990, 2002 and 2003 and the Extra Effort Award 3/1/1998.





Frank's Nursery

Salary: $16,000 USD/Year

Supervisor: Name Phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx  May Contact:  Yes or No Hours per week: 40

Actively provided customers with gardening tips, plant-specific advice and horticultural education. Responsible for tracking and controlling inventory, as well as purchasing plants from wholesalers on behalf of nursery. Carefully inspected wholesale plants for pests and diseases at initial delivery, ensuring quality products for clientele. Successfully maintained plant health by fertilizing and spraying pesticides.






University Of Florida

Gainesville, FL

Bachelor's Degree

Major: Vegetable Crops and Ornamental Horticulture


GPA: 2.7/4.0

Credits Earned: 92.32 Hours

Key Coursework: Computer Programming, Animal Science, General Soils, Genetics, Entomology, Weed Science, Plant Pathology, World's Vegetables, Plant Physiology, Commercial Vegetable Production 1 & 2, Vegetable Crops Nutrition, Post Harvest Horticulture, Agricultural Communications, Commercial Harvesting, Growth and Development, Turf Grass Culture, Environmental Factors, Ornamental Plant ID 1 & 2, Plant Propagation, and Plant Pest Management.



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Valencia Community College

Orlando, FL

Associate Degree


GPA: 3.0/4.0

Credits Earned: 76 Hours

Key Coursework: Biology, English Composition 1 & 2, General Chemistry 1 & 2, Zoology, and Botany.


University Of Central Florida

Orlando, FL US

Prerequisite Coursework

Credits Earned: 11 Hours


Boone High School

Orlando, FL






"Florida Exotic Fruit Fly Detection Orientation and Training for Regional Fruit Fly Strike Team Members" Course given by Wayne Clifton of the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services and Ed Cusano  of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 4/2008.


Trained on Canker and Citrus Greening from Hilda Gomez, 7/19/2006.

Annual Training on Citrus Canker from Pathologist Tim Riley and Hilda Gomez, 2002-2005.

Trained by Tim Riley on Citrus Greening, 10/31/2005.

Trained by Randy Thompson - Florida Department & Consumer Services - on Citrus Canker, 8/20/2002.

40 Hours Training as a Horticulturist of Frank's Nursery on Harmful Insect Identification and the Proper Use of Insecticide in Orlando, Florida, 6/1987.













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