Do not have multiple columns of informatiom. Move your skills section to the bottom and focus on hard skills like technical training, not soft skills like listing "customer service".
I dont like how you list a position up top. Your resume should be achievement oriented, so listing a poisition up top does not help you.
This career profile also should be removed. Save this language for your cover letter and work some of this into your work experience.
This section, which you should call "Work Experience", needs more detail. This will be the heart of your resume and can make or break your chances for your next position. Focus on quantified, achievement oriented bullet points. You have a good start, but need more detail.
Usrbrv8, at first glance, I do not get the feeling that your resume is as professionally organized as it could be. You need to go back to the drawing board on the formatting side and select an approach that is less cluttered. Your multi column approach is highly unorthodox and should be reconsidered. Take a look at top rated resumes on Razume for a better idea of what works. On thee content side, your resume is pretty good. I have some comments for you, but you should be ok as long as you add more detail about what you accomplished, not what positions you held. Best of luck.