Ronald L Gardiner


Seeking a position as a bartender where I can utilize the bartending skills obtained through Local Bartending School, including profit pouring, mixology, and knowledge of essential health and safety codes.


◉ Bartending – Utilize expansive knowledge of mixed beverages, specialty liquors and craft beers to serve customers and support waitstaff.

◉ Efficiency – Mix, pour and serve drinks for bar clientele as well as restaurant waitstaff. Serve meal options and answer customer questions about the drink and food menus.

◉ Friendly - Greets every customer with a hello and a smile, even if he or she cannot serve the customer right away. Being kind, even towards frustrated customers, is important

◉ Composure - maintains all the bartender qualities such as memory, communication, organization, and friendliness – even under pressure.

Education and Certification

Local Bartending School (2019)

eTIPs + Nevada Commission on Postsecondary Education

◉ Go over glasses, tools and set bar

◉ Free Pour

◉ Shot pour

◉ Cutting Fruit

◉ Mixed drinks

◉ How to use a strainer and shaker

◉ Mixology and Popular Drink Recipes

◉ Checking ID’s

Work Experience

Hamilton Medical Company Reno, NV (October 1 2018 – Present)

Process Technician

◉ Perform job duties in the Injection Molding Manufacturing-clean room area of the compound.

◉ Perform a variety of tasks associated with automated manufacturing

◉ Adjust Molding Process to Optimize performance

◉ Monitor equipment and machines for potential failures or out of control conditions

◉ Troubleshoot problems and perform repairs when machines develop problems preferably while process continues.

◉ Prepare reports for managers and recommend upgrades or changes to processed daily or as needed

TESLA-Gigafactory Sparks, NV (January 14 2018 – September 31 2018)

Production Associate

◉ Perform complex assembly operations

◉ Use state of the art manufacturing tools, precision measuring equipment and machinery

◉ Possess the ability to troubleshoot, follow written and verbal instructions for specialized Equipment

◉ Able to identify discrepancies material/components both in writing and verbally to supervisors

◉ Always complete tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules and within standard times

◉ Use complex tooling that requires specialized training

◉ Evaluate the assembly process and equipment to look for continuous improvement opportunities

◉ Incorporate the “5S” system during the course of my operating shift on a daily basis.

◉ Designated as a Safety Champion/Officer on the production floor. Fill out the daily safety audit noting any deficiencies and sending an email to fix the problem. While on the production line I make sure all associates are following the company safety protocol while performing their assigned jobs

CA Dept. of Corrections Susanville, CA (November 2001 – December 2017)

Correctional Sergeant

◉ Supervise the work of Correctional Officers in the facility using firmness, tact and impartiality

◉ Tour work areas and inspect performance of Correctional Officers to ensure they were alert and diligent in the performance of their duties

◉ Served as an Initial Response Supervisor during emergencies and was required to resolve Problems and issues with the most effective course of action

◉ Prepared reports, records and kept official logs

◉ Overall responsibilities were to ensure the safety and security of the institution

USDA Groveland, CA (May 1997 – November 2011)

Lead Forestry Technician

◉ Highly trained and skilled fire suppression team leader on a hand crew or engineer on fire engine

◉ Anticipated fire behavior, determined strategy and tactics, directed online activities and direct participation in fire line construction

◉ Responsible for coordinating with project leaders, obtaining briefings, weather forecasts, reviewing and preparing job hazard analysis, previewing burn units and burn plans

◉ Performed proficiency checks and drills, safety sessions and fire critiques

◉ Assigned work to subordinates and observed, corrected and evaluated crew skills

◉ Explained fire behavior characteristics, safety regulations and work procedures to ensure fire readiness

◉ Served as an engineer on a wildland fire engine

◉ Attended basic and advanced Wildland Fire Academies and successfully completed the North Zone Engine Academy

Military History

United States Navy

◉ Last Duty Assignment and Major Command Post-USS America (CV-66)

◉ Record of Service-(August 13, 1991-August 12, 1995)

◉ Decorations, Medals, Badges, Citations and Campaign Ribbons Awarded or Authorize

◉ National Defense Service Medal

◉ Southwest Asia Service Medal with (1) Bronze Star

◉ Armed forces Expeditionary Medal with (1) Bronze Star

◉ Sea Service Deployment Ribbon with (1) Bronze Star

◉ First Good Conduct Medal for period of August 12, 1995

◉ Character of Service-Honorable Discharge

◉ (Please see attached DD214 Certificate of Release or Discharge From Active Duty Form)

Certifications/Training/Education: (Was required to re-cert annually for weapon and chemical)

◉ Columbia College, Columbia, CA-Fire Science (57 Units)

◉ California Basic Correctional Officer Academy-Galt, Ca completed 03/01/2002

◉ California Penal Code 832 Arrest and Firearms-Galt, Ca Course-completed 03/01/2002

◉ Chemical Agents-Galt, Ca completed 03/01/2002

◉ Rifle Certified-Ruger Mini-14

◉ Handgun Qualified (Glock 1911-.40 cal)

◉ Less Lethal weapon qualified (Single and Multi-Launcher 40mm)-weapons fired foam, wood, rubber baton and direct impact rounds.

◉ NIMS Qualified (National Incident Management System)

◉ Basic First Aid and CPR-Re-certification February 2017

◉ 3star certification and Trainer for Trainer qualified on the MMAC 2.0 Production line and

◉ Safety Champion/Safety Officer on production Floor