Darren Hensley

7010 Crown Park, Belton Mo, 64012

(660)909-7990

 

Employment History (most recent 5 Years)

 

a.) Name of employer:

b.) Name of supervisor:

c.) Dates from-to:

d.) Pay or salary start to finish:

e.) Last Job title:

f.) Reason for leaving:

g.) Jobs held, duties performed, skills used or learned, advancements or promotions while at this company:

 

a.) Show Me Model Railroad Company, Grandview Mo

b.) Charles Post

c.) 2002 Present

d.) $7.25 Per Hour

e.) Sales Clerk, Stockman, Repair Technician, Consultant, all in one

f.) Currently employed, I will depart upon securing fulltime employment in my second career.

g.) Name it! If its related to model railroading or retail sales of model railroading materials I do it or have done it or aspire to be it. I earned the respect and admiration of customers and associates of the model railroading community.

 

a.) Computer Dot Com, Grandview Mo

b.) Jerry White

c.) 2004 Present

d.) Billed hourly, Job by Job basis $15.00 - $25.00 per hour

e.) Computer systems repair and network consultant, Systems Technician

f.) Currently employed, I will depart upon securing fulltime employment in my second career.

g.) There is no position to speak of, I try to do what is asked of me, answer whatever questions are posed, I learn everyday something new about computers, operating systems and associated hardware and software. It is a very relaxed work environment with some very good friends. When onsite work is needed, I conduct myself with the highest level of professionalism. I always admit it if a task or procedure is out of my realm of expertise or education, and I try to find the answers or qualified technician to complete the work as desired or required by the client. To my knowledge I have never had a dissatisfied customer.

 

a.) Computer Services, Warrensburg Mo

b.) Michael Williams

c.) 1999 2001

d.) $5.00 per hour, 20 hrs per week max.

e.) Computer systems repair and network consultant, Systems Technician

f.) The business closed upon the graduation the bosss daughter from high school.

g.) Revitalized the systems diagnostics area and workbench increasing production efficiency by 100% Remove and replace was the routine, overlay OSs, and complete common diagnostics of home computer related problems, when needed I helped install network wire plants and related SOHO equipment. In a word I helped where I could.

 


 

a.) Name of employer:

b.) Name of supervisor:

c.) Dates from-to:

d.) Pay or salary start to finish:

e.) Last Job title:

f.) Reason for leaving:

g.) Jobs held, duties performed, skills used or learned, advancements or promotions while at this company:

 

a.) Self employed, H-10-K Enterprises, my trademark and company

b.) All my clients and their prospective or current interests (there were over 300 at the height of my practice).

c.) 1995 2002

d.) Billed labor at $20.00 per hour, 2% -10% over cost on parts if I bothered to factor it in. Sometimes just a home cooked meal.

e.) Computer systems repair and network consultant, sole proprietor (CEO and President on my website)

f.) Can a self-employed computer geek ever quit or get fired? I never really quit fixing systems on the side.

g.) I was and still am a very good SOHO consultant; I design, procure, install, maintain, and warranty small computers and networks. I earned over 200 individual and 7 corporate clients, successfully installed and maintained 2 small business networks. I earned Small Business Partner of the Year for the Warrensburg Area Vocational Technical Schools, May 2000.

 

a.) USAF, Aircraft Structural Maintenance Technician, Holloman AFB NM, and Whiteman AFB MO

b.) I had various supervisors through my last 2 years, I will provide my Enlisted Performance Reports upon request

c.) 1983 2003

d.) $400.00 per month to $33,000 annually

e.) Recognition NCO, Low Observables Maintenance Section, Structures Flight, 509th MXS, Whiteman AFB Mo.

f.) Retirement at 20 years of dedicated and devoted service to my country.

g.) Successfully retired with 17 decorations, and over 25 individual accomplishment letters of recognition, Feb 2003. Everyday was a learning experience, everyday I was pressed to use my talents and skills. I left three legacies behind to continue a great tradition of having a distinguished career and fame (however short lived) beyond that career. My MS Access database called CPMS (Consolidated Personnel Management System) is still in use today having been designed, constructed, coded and implemented 7 years ago. As recognition NCO, I was responsible for ensuring only the highest quality recognition products represented my section, my flight, my squadron, my base, my command, my Air Force, and my country. It was a job I performed flawlessly with pride and care for my fellow veterans, friends and superiors. I was promoted to the rank of (E-6) TSgt for the performance of my service while assigned to Whiteman AFB Mo.

 

Other Employment - Not for Profit

 

a.) Greater Kansas City Model Railroad Expo

b.) Marc Jacobs, or Ken Clark (the attending public)

c.) Nov 2002, May 2003, Nov 2003, and Nov 2005

d.) None, Fund raiser for the Weekend N Gineers, an N-Scale Model Railroad Club at Union Station Kansas City

e.) Vice Chairman, Floor Coordinator

f.) Annual show, and Im still doing it unless I move before the next show, 23 & 24, Sep 2006 (tentative)

g.) You should check out the statistics on the web site, ( http://www.gkcmrre.com) I used Auto Cad 6 Lt to design and coordinate the plan for the latest show. I was responsible for contacting and selling tables to vendors, contacting and coordinating floor space for exhibitors, societies, and artists. This position is critical to the success of the show and occurs over the span of the year prior to the two-day show. I must be an ambassador to the host facility (Union Station KC) and the organizations participating in the show. I am the show representative first, foremost, and apparent. I must arrange for tables, chairs, curtains, literature, administrative facilities, ticket sales, advertisement, and required staff to ensure the comfort and safety of approximately 6000 attending patrons in order to raise maintenance and acquisition funding for the Weekend N Gineers railroad club. I must accomplish or be responsible for all aspects of the shows success. The chairman may hold a higher rank, but Im the person who gets the job done.