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Introduction to General Chemistry

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 with Ronald Cable






short description:
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long description:
Resume:
2705 Hutchison Place
Titusville, FL 32780

Home: 321-917-6870
Cell: 321-223-1339

Ronald G. Cable, Ph.D.

Experience Oct 2010 – Feb 2011 Innovative Health Applications, LLC
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Work Controller, Environmental Services
· Assign tasks (permit – routine, non-routine) and implement a task-tracking database program
· Develop/maintain routine and non-routine computer programs/reports/task tracking documents (Microsoft Access, SQL Server, Java)

Feb 2007 – Oct 2010 Comprehensive Health Services
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Supervisor, Environmental Sampling, Analysis, and Monitoring (ESAM)
· Assign sampling tasks (permit – routine, non-routine) and utilize a task-tracking database program
· Supervise ESAM personnel (equipment, timesheets, etc.)
· Review sample results and preliminary reports

Dec 2006– Feb 2007 Comprehensive Health Services
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Senior Systems Analyst, Occupational Medicine and Environmental
Health Services
· Software development for various programs using Java and Microsoft Access
· Backup server administrator
·
1999 – 2006 Wiltech of Florida Corp., Kennedy Space Center, FL
Chemical Analysis Laboratory Manager
· Managed Chemical Analysis and Sampling personnel in support SFOC, CAPPS, and JBOSC contracts for NASA at KSC and USAF at CCAS
· Laboratory capabilities included sampling and analysis of various sample matrices to NASA and military specifications and environmental analyses maintaining DoH/NELAC certification
· Participated in the company receiving and maintaining ISO 9000/9002, ISO 14000, AS9100, and NADCAP certifications. Member of the ISO Steering Committee
· Developed/maintained various computer applications/databases and interfaces for analytical data management and reporting
· Maintained the NELAC Quality Manual, laboratory ISO documentation and analytical procedures and the Chemical Hygiene Plan
· Oversaw various internal on the job training activities and NELAC Demonstration of Capability requirements

1988 – 1999 Comprehensive Health Services/EG&G Florida
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Supervisor, Environmental Chemistry, (Environmental Chemist/QA-QC Officer), Environmental Health Services
· Division Point of Contact for all Environmental Chemistry matters for the JBOSC (Joint Base Operations Contract) for NASA at KSC and USAF at CCAS
· Contract Technical Monitor for $1.5M+ laboratory subcontract
· Division QA Officer, Supervisor EH Field Screening Laboratory and EH Asbestos Laboratory, Division Chemical Hygiene Officer
· Extensive knowledge of State and Federal Environmental regulations
· Design/Develop/Administer various Division and Branch-wide computer program applications/databases and interfaces including analytical data, regulatory reporting, and workload task tracking in both stand-alone and network environments
· Acted as temporary Supervisor for the ESPC (now ESAM) branch while the position was vacant

1991 – Present Brevard Community College, Titusville Campus
Titusville, FL
Adjunct Professor
· General Chemistry, University Physics, College Physics, and Physical Science Survey course lectures and laboratories

1985 - 1988 Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN
Associate Professor of Chemistry
· General Chemistry, and Quantitative Analysis lectures and labs
· Selected Special Topics courses and BASIC programming as needed

1985 - 1988 Seven Oaks Direct, Inc., Memphis, TN
Systems Analyst/Programmer (part-time, evenings)
· DEC VAX/VMS applications for telemarketing1981 – 1985
· Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN

1981-1985 Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
· Courses as above
· Initiated use of microcomputers in both General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis courses
· Received federal grants for computers in curriculum development Summer 1984 and 1985
· Developed remedial chemistry course and industrial chemistry special topics course

1979 – 1981 NW Mississippi Junior College, Senatobia, MS
Chemistry Instructor
· General Chemistry, BASIC programming, calculus and algebra as needed


1973 – 1974 State of Florida, Tallahassee, FL
Chemist, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Bureau of Petroleum Inspection


1970 – 1973 Frosty Morn Meats, Inc, Quincy, FL
Supervisor, Quality Control

Education Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
· Ph.D., Physical Chemistry. Dissertation title: “The Analysis of Spectral Structure in Terms of Doorway State Coupling Schemes.” Research concentrated on the theoretical analysis of molecular absorption spectra. Extensive FORTRAN programming.

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
· B.S. Chemistry. Minors in physics and mathematics

Publications “Graphics on the IBM-PC” and “Graphics on the Commodore 64”, Chautauqua
Conference on Microcomputer Graphics, Christian Brothers College, March 1986

“Computer Software for the Laboratory: Quantitative Analysis”, Chemical
Education/Microcomputer Conference, University of Arkansas, October 1984

“Theoretical Analysis of the Two-State Model”, (with Gail Wilson), Tennessee
Academy of Sciences, April 1983

“Theoretical Analysis of Spectral Structure: Doorway State Coupling Schemes”,
(with William Rhodes), J. Chem. Phys., 73(10), 4736. (15 Nov 1980)

 
credits obtained:
n.a.
 
minimum class size:
10
 
availability:
weekday evenings - 6 o'clock until 9 o'clock
 
fee comments:
Assuming 10 or so students this is reasonable
 
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Introduction to General Chemistry

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languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 50US$  (500lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online

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Ronald Cable



description of :
Chemist with 20+ years experience
 
Teacher's qualifications:
See attached resume
2705 Hutchison Place
Titusville, FL 32780

Home: 321-917-6870
Cell: 321-223-1339

Ronald G. Cable, Ph.D.

Experience Oct 2010 – Feb 2011 Innovative Health Applications, LLC
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Work Controller, Environmental Services
· Assign tasks (permit – routine, non-routine) and implement a task-tracking database program
· Develop/maintain routine and non-routine computer programs/reports/task tracking documents (Microsoft Access, SQL Server, Java)

Feb 2007 – Oct 2010 Comprehensive Health Services
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Supervisor, Environmental Sampling, Analysis, and Monitoring (ESAM)
· Assign sampling tasks (permit – routine, non-routine) and utilize a task-tracking database program
· Supervise ESAM personnel (equipment, timesheets, etc.)
· Review sample results and preliminary reports

Dec 2006– Feb 2007 Comprehensive Health Services
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Senior Systems Analyst, Occupational Medicine and Environmental
Health Services
· Software development for various programs using Java and Microsoft Access
· Backup server administrator
·
1999 – 2006 Wiltech of Florida Corp., Kennedy Space Center, FL
Chemical Analysis Laboratory Manager
· Managed Chemical Analysis and Sampling personnel in support SFOC, CAPPS, and JBOSC contracts for NASA at KSC and USAF at CCAS
· Laboratory capabilities included sampling and analysis of various sample matrices to NASA and military specifications and environmental analyses maintaining DoH/NELAC certification
· Participated in the company receiving and maintaining ISO 9000/9002, ISO 14000, AS9100, and NADCAP certifications. Member of the ISO Steering Committee
· Developed/maintained various computer applications/databases and interfaces for analytical data management and reporting
· Maintained the NELAC Quality Manual, laboratory ISO documentation and analytical procedures and the Chemical Hygiene Plan
· Oversaw various internal on the job training activities and NELAC Demonstration of Capability requirements

1988 – 1999 Comprehensive Health Services/EG&G Florida
Kennedy Space Center, FL
Supervisor, Environmental Chemistry, (Environmental Chemist/QA-QC Officer), Environmental Health Services
· Division Point of Contact for all Environmental Chemistry matters for the JBOSC (Joint Base Operations Contract) for NASA at KSC and USAF at CCAS
· Contract Technical Monitor for $1.5M+ laboratory subcontract
· Division QA Officer, Supervisor EH Field Screening Laboratory and EH Asbestos Laboratory, Division Chemical Hygiene Officer
· Extensive knowledge of State and Federal Environmental regulations
· Design/Develop/Administer various Division and Branch-wide computer program applications/databases and interfaces including analytical data, regulatory reporting, and workload task tracking in both stand-alone and network environments
· Acted as temporary Supervisor for the ESPC (now ESAM) branch while the position was vacant

1991 – Present Brevard Community College, Titusville Campus
Titusville, FL
Adjunct Professor
· General Chemistry, University Physics, College Physics, and Physical Science Survey course lectures and laboratories

1985 - 1988 Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN
Associate Professor of Chemistry
· General Chemistry, and Quantitative Analysis lectures and labs
· Selected Special Topics courses and BASIC programming as needed

1985 - 1988 Seven Oaks Direct, Inc., Memphis, TN
Systems Analyst/Programmer (part-time, evenings)
· DEC VAX/VMS applications for telemarketing1981 – 1985
· Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN

1981-1985 Christian Brothers University, Memphis, TN
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
· Courses as above
· Initiated use of microcomputers in both General Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis courses
· Received federal grants for computers in curriculum development Summer 1984 and 1985
· Developed remedial chemistry course and industrial chemistry special topics course

1979 – 1981 NW Mississippi Junior College, Senatobia, MS
Chemistry Instructor
· General Chemistry, BASIC programming, calculus and algebra as needed


1973 – 1974 State of Florida, Tallahassee, FL
Chemist, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Bureau of Petroleum Inspection


1970 – 1973 Frosty Morn Meats, Inc, Quincy, FL
Supervisor, Quality Control

Education Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
· Ph.D., Physical Chemistry. Dissertation title: “The Analysis of Spectral Structure in Terms of Doorway State Coupling Schemes.” Research concentrated on the theoretical analysis of molecular absorption spectra. Extensive FORTRAN programming.

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
· B.S. Chemistry. Minors in physics and mathematics

Publications “Graphics on the IBM-PC” and “Graphics on the Commodore 64”, Chautauqua
Conference on Microcomputer Graphics, Christian Brothers College, March 1986

“Computer Software for the Laboratory: Quantitative Analysis”, Chemical
Education/Microcomputer Conference, University of Arkansas, October 1984

“Theoretical Analysis of the Two-State Model”, (with Gail Wilson), Tennessee
Academy of Sciences, April 1983

“Theoretical Analysis of Spectral Structure: Doorway State Coupling Schemes”,
(with William Rhodes), J. Chem. Phys., 73(10), 4736. (15 Nov 1980)

 
's preferred teaching style:
Accepts questions easily; father of triplets (all doctors)
 



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