Paul Sisler

953 H ST
Phillipsburg, KS 67661



Having spent many years without a degree, I have finally arrived at a place where I no longer have to look beyond careers that have degree requirements.  I am no longer looking for just a job, but am now in a position to seek a career; looking for a position to succeed in an environment of growth and excellence, and earn a position which provides me with satisfaction and self-development, and help me achieve personal as well as organizational goals. I look forward to pursuing a highly rewarding career, seeking a place in a challenging and healthy work environment where I can utilize my skills and knowledge efficiently for organizational growth.



Fort Hays State University – Hays, KS

Bachelor of Science in Information Networking & Telecommunications
August 2011 – May 2014

  • With an emphasis in Web Development
  • Awarded Dean’s Honor Roll – Spring 2012, Fall 2012

E-Commerce Web Development Certificate
May 2014

Masters of Science in Instructional Technology
Jun 2014 – December 2015


Work experience

United States Army  
May 1975 – May1978
Radio Traffic Communications Analyst – Administrative Assistant

General and Residential Construction
05/1978 – 01/2000
Laborer – Carpenter

01/2000 – 09/2005
Everett, WA

Critters Restaurant  
09/2005 – 11/2006
Mankato, KS

Golden Years Senior Center
02/2006 – 11/2006
Mankato, KS
Assistant Cook

NAPA – National Automotive Parts Association
11/2006 – 04/2008                                  
Mankato, KS
Parts Counter Person

NAPA – National Automotive Parts Association
04/2008 – 02/2011                                  
Phillipsburg, KS
Parts Counter Person



Advanced Computer Skills including Web Development using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
Proficient in MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint and Google Apps.


Certificates and Awards

Google Educator Certificate –  July 10, 2014

Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) – October 2014


Work Samples

TheBestBizUSA Web Development Service

Wicked Edge Razors

Simply Easy Photography