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    Andrew Glardon Dispensary Manager

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    Andrew Glardon

    303-579-4680 andrew.glardon@gmail.com Los Angeles, CA
    Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran

    Experience

    BARTENDER- EXEXCUTIVE SUITE, LONG BEACH, CA APR/2018-NOV/2018

    Bartender in a fast paced and physically demanding nightclub. Utilized Micros POS system to track daily cash flow. Key holder and in charge of opening and closing the bar. In charge of handling money responsibilities. Keeping customers happy with a kill them with kindness attitude. Vast knowledge of all sorts of cocktail recipes and being able to remember large drink orders. Money count at end of the night is always accurate. 40hrs/week.

    MANAGER/BARTENDER- DENVER WRANGLER, DENVER, CO FEB/2012-NOV/2017

    Managed and made work schedules for roughly 35 employees via a work based application (WhenIWork). In charge of Liquor inventory and ordering new products for daily operation. Oversaw a 10k safe and settled credit card payments every night. Managed an Aloha based POS system, employee matters, handled deposits every night for all bartenders on shift, and made new banks for next day bartenders. 50hrs/week at minimum.

    NIGHT MANAGER- 12TH AVE MARKET, DENVER, CO JAN/2010-JAN2012

    Daily inventory management, complete financial responsibility while on duty, cashier, customer service, food preparation, scheduling, forecasting and pricing responsibility. My goals were to provide fast, accurate and friendly customer service while on duty. 40hrs/week minimum while attending school full time.

    AIRCRAFT MECHANIC- PEMCO WORLD AIR SERVICES, DOTHAN, AL APR/2008-NOV/2008

    Took a holistic approach and worked on Southwest Airlines Aircrafts including Boeing 737-300s and
    737-500s. Accurately examined and serviced all aircraft components including wings, vertical stab,
    horizontal stab, power plant, main landing gear, nose landing gear, thrust reversers, cargo
    compartments and main cabins.

    AIRCRAFT MECHANIC- U.S. AIR FORCE OCT/2002-APR/2008

    Managed and analyzed aerospace propulsion maintenance activities by removing and replacing engine and prop assemblies with heavy equipment (Forklifts, 10k Cranes, A-frame etc.). Oversaw, interpreted and recommended maintenance actions based on unscheduled engine removals and engine monitoring system data. Established priorities for completion of maintenance tasks and provided assistance in solving maintenance, supply, and personnel problems. Deployed 240 days in spirit of Iraqi Freedom/Enduring Freedom. 5 years, 6 months and 23 days active duty. 50hrs/week minimum.

    Education

    Metro State University of Denver — Studied Mathematical Sciences 2010-2012
    USAF Military Technical College —Military training on C-130 engines and auxiliary power units 2003
    William Mason High School – Graduated with High School Diploma 1999-2002

    Skills
    Dexterous with hand tools, sit-down fork lift operator, 10k Crane operator, Aerospace ground equipment, power tools, A-Frame, aircraft maintenance stands, C-130 engine and prop assemblies.
    Proficient in Microsoft Office (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Aloha POS, Micros POS, multiple printers, fax, photocopiers and Cellular equipment.
    Competent in managerial skills including cash flow handling, employee relations, making schedules and inventory control.

    References

    Phil Newland – GM of Denver Wrangler 307-760-0729

    Steve Rourke – AGM of Denver Wrangler 720-219-4074