My background as a professional geologist comes from the academic research, energy and environmental fields. An integral part in each of these positions required a proficiency in various computer applications to analyze and interpret datasets. As a post-doctoral research associate and research assistant at Texas A&M University, I developed computer and numerical models of various geologic processes. Likewise, I used computer modelling for the analysis of oil well stability as a geoscientist with B.J. Services, Co. My responsibilities with environmental consulting firms dealt with studies of the environmental impact on active and abandoned industrial and commercial properties. Proficiency with spreadsheet and database software, such as Microsoft Excel and Access, was essential. The progression of my geology career was heading towards a permanant position in academic research or with a research and development organization. I am now using my acquired computer skills for more opportune positions involving data entry, management and analysis.
My data entry resume includes the positions I have held in the past 15 yearswhere data entry was the sole purpose of employment. I've also hightlighted the data entry/data anlaysis aspects of those positions were these aspects were ancillary. You can download it in either MS Word or as a pdf file. Just click on the appropiate button.