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David Shrauger is a freelance writer based in Seattle WA. He is a Veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan and a graduate of Seattle University. He has a strong background in the military, security, and communications as well as publishing. He has over 10 years of experience writing and editing for publication. He tackles a variety of writing assignments ranging from blogging to ghostwriting full length novels. A portfolio of David's writing samples can be found at https://davidshrauger.contently.com/
Freelance Writer at Shrauger Services PresentWriting and EditingI am primarily an SEO writer although I occasionally take larger projects. I can be hired at Elance, Odesk, and Peopleperhour. My work has been featured on Examiner.com, Allvoices.com, and on Yahoo!
Air Transportation Craftsman (2T271) at US Air Force Reserve 2005MilitaryLogistics readiness position responsible for transportation of cargo and personel to and from combat enviornments worldwide.
VCC Associate at Amazon 2012InternetResolved customer problems from a virtual call center using computer skills and good old fashioned compassion.
Transporation Security Officer at Transportation Security Administration 2006Government AdministrationPromoted public safety by screening passengers and bags for prohibited items.
Special Response Officer at Northwest Protective Service 2011Security and InvestigationsProtected Life and Property at for a variety of venues by observing and reporting violations of site specific instructions.
Security Officer at Skagit Valley Casino Resort 2005Gambling & CasinosProtected life and property through a full spectrum of security services ranging from operating patrol vehicles/shuttles to escorting funds or persons.
Network Switching Systems Operator/Maintainer (25F) at US Army 2001MilitaryInstalled, operated, and maintained electronic communication systems as well as electronic troubleshooting/repair as needed.
Student Manager at KSVR Community Radio 1997Government AdministrationServed as a one man human resources department as well as de facto producer of several student radio programs. Duties ranged from technical writing to instruction of personnel with a primary mission of keeping the station in accordance with FCC regulations.