I am a long time resident of Eastern Oregon where I work full time and enjoy many hobbies. I have been programming and developing websites for more than seven years. I've developed many sites for personal interests, as well as contractual work. My portfolio showcases most of my recent work. I have been responsible for developing several key, proprietary web applications in the last few years. Being an entrepreneur is also my biggest achievement. In 2009, I started a weather business, which was merged in 2014 with La Grande Ride, Inc. I serve as the Chief Operations Officer of the business, and also as a weather forecaster when needed. My now-merged business employs 8-16 meteorologists year round. In my free time, I enjoy outdoor recreation: fishing, camping, hiking, shooting guns, and snowmobiling. My B.S. from Eastern Oregon University is anticipated Spring 2017.
Tesmond D. Hurd
La Grande, Oregon 97850
Work Cell: (541) 406-0876
Chief Operations Officer • December 2011-Present
Management of all meteorological data, assets, and personnel for the business; includes job hiring, human resource duties, subordinate supervision, and general liaison. Oversee majority of information technology and infrastructure development and upgrades. Focus on improving efficiency within IT and business financials. Engage in regular day-to-day business operations, attend regular and annual meeting, and negotiate contractual agreements.
Communications Technician • May 2014-Present
Perform related communications and public safety duties relating to emergency and non-emergency situations. Simultaneously monitor numerous radio frequencies, track field units, and regularly use CAD, RMS, LEDS, NCIC, and other computer software. Maintain public corrections photos website, department logs, forms, indexes, and files.
Firefighter • May 2012-August 2014
Respond to emergent calls for service relating to medical emergencies, structure fires, wildland fires, and motor vehicle accidents. Utilize department equipment in coordination with other team members to mitigate emergency situations. Attend and complete regular trainings to improve skills and knowledge. Engage in public relations activities with the local community.
Chief Executive Officer • May 2009-August 2014
Complete management and oversight of the business activites. Ensure compliance with applicable state laws, including business registration. Oversee job hiring and subordinate supervision. Develop and maintain a public website and company intranet. Built a large customer base through social media outlets.
B.S. Business Administration•Sept. 2013-Jun. 2017 • GPA: N/A
Awards: Sapphire Scholarship, Gilbert Scholarship, Union County Economic Development Schloarship, Nebeker Scholarship, Davis-Kirby Award, and University Scholar Award
Dean's List: Winter 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2017
Police Officer • May 2016-Present
Enforce federal, state and local laws and ordinances, respond to calls for the protection of life and property, and conduct criminal and non-criminal investigations, makes arrests, and perform other assigned law enforement and public safety duties. Maintain regular training in defensive tactics, firearms, domestic violence, traffic code, emergency vehicle operations, etc.
Adviser • December 2010-Present
Promote message of avalanche awareness in Northeast Oregon, and assist in website operations for dissemination of avalanche observations, advisories, and warnings. Developed warning interface with the local National Weather Service office.
A large portion of my skills pertain to web development. I'm fluent in the most common web languages, average 75 GWPM with 95% accuracy, and am proficient with the Microsoft Office suite.