1SG HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 392ND EXPEDITIONARY SIGNAL BATTALION
Result focused management professional offering21 years of progressive leadership experience. Transforms high-potentialSoldiers into outstanding leaders who demonstrate the creativity and savvy that is critical tomissions and operational success.
Unsurpassed work ethic
Superb time management skills
1SG Headquarters and Headquarters Company 392nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 07/2016
to Current U. S. Army Reserve – Camp Beuhring,
Integrated results-oriented management style operations, planning and leadership:.
Experience in Intelligence and Administrative Management complimented by comprehensive knowledge of Department of Defense interrelationships, Intelligence Community management policies, processes, practices and Service capabilities.
11 years\' experience in Operations and Leadership.
10 years\' experience in management of intelligence analysis, collection management processes and methodology.
Excellent Written and Verbal communication skills including countless hours of briefings.
Serves as a senior enlisted advisor to the commander of Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC) 392nd Expeditionary Signal Company (ESB) with an assigned strength of 51 Soldiers.
Facilitates training, administration, professional development, personnel accountability, safety, morale and mentoring of all assigned Soldiers.
Sets and enforces high standards of conduct, training, professional development and physical readiness.
Ensures all Soldiers in the company are proficient at Army Warrior Tasks (AWTs) and Battle Drills (BDs).
Assists the commander in planning, coordinating and supervising all activities that support the unit\'s mission; promotes community awareness and support for the Army and its recruiting goals.
S2 Non Commissioned Officer in Charge and Battalion Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, 03/2016
to 07/2016 U. S. Army Reserve – Camp Beuhring,
Served as intelligence analyst and Battalion Staff Non Commissioned Officer (NCO) of 513 Soldiers for 392nd ESB at Camp Beuhring, Kuwait in support of Operations Spartan Shield (OSS) and Inherent Resolve (OIR); updates Bn Security Clearance Access Roster (SCAR) weekly, responsible for signing System Authorization Access Rosters (SAAR); issuing 148 courier cards and conducts informative movement briefs for mission dictated travel.
Advised the Bn S2 Officer in Charge (OIC) with intelligence updates, personal security information and physical security matters; assisted with planning and mission preparation, produces weather and Commanders Update Brief (CUB) slides weekly.
Battalion Training NCOIC, 03/2015
to 03/2016 Texas Army National Guard – Camp Beuhring,
Served as the S3 Plans and Training Non Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) for a forward deployed ESB with an assigned strength of 530 Soldiers in support of OSS and OIR.
Oversaw and tracked 35 training requirements for six subordinate companies; responsible for coordinating weekly update briefs and training meetings for the Bn Commander and Command Sergeant Major.
Resourced and facilitated theater specific and professional development schools for the Bn; managed and maintained 132 training records in the battalion through Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS) and Digital Training Management System (DTMS).
Supervised three NCOs and mentored three junior officers.
S1/S3 Operations Non Commissioned Officer in Charge , 12/2011
to 03/2015 Texas Army National Guard, Camp Swift – Bastrop,
Mentored and provided leadership, technical advice and administrative guidance and instructions regarding programs, objectives, policies, procedures, mission analysis, and course of action, problem solving and coordination of administrative activities.
Maintained daily personnel accountability reports for all soldiers in 3rd Bn.
Utilizes and manages the Full Time Support Management Control System (FTSMCS) to track all passes and leaves for the unit.
Reported personnel accountability for the deploying unit and support during pre-mobilization training iterations.
Processed all Active Duty Operational Support (ADOS) packets for incoming soldiers and out processes all soldiers leaving the unit.
Entered 201 new or amended orders into the Automated Fund Control Orders System (AFCOS) and submits the Transmittal Letter to Military Pay.
Ensured that each soldiers\' information is entered or updated in Standard Installation/Division Personnel System (SIDPERS) in accordance with the dates on the orders.
Reported the projections for the Fiscal Year (FY) to the State G3 Budget section as required for the unit manning.
Handled any issues with pay or the budget when necessary throughout the year.
Reviewed and tracked 53 soldiers\' travel in the Defense Travel System (DTS).
Ensured the Government Travel Credit Card (GTCC) training and Statement of Understanding is complete before activating GTCC for the soldier.
Reviewed and tracked 52 awards for the unit until complete.
Maintained and tracked all training that each soldier is required and completes according to his or her duties.
Created and tracked all data for the deploying unit that attends pre-mobilization training.
Drafted and finalized the brief and memorandum for the Texas Adjutant General (TAG) to sign verifying that all training was completed to 1st Army Standards and U.S.
Army Forces Command Requirements.
Advised, planned, coordinated and supervised all current and future operations.
Responsible for the coordination of the daily briefs.
Also prepared and developed the training matrix for 26 upcoming training events.
Ensured that all communication and detailed information to operate the battalion to success by mission accomplishment.
Directly supervised seven staff members assigned to the Bn.
HUMINT Operations Cell NCOIC, 10/2010
to 12/2011 Texas Army National Guard – Basrah,
Deployment to Iraq (Operation New Dawn).
Managed, coordinated and synchronized all Human Intelligence (HUMINT) activities in United States Division-South area of operation; exercised technical HUMINT control over two subordinate Brigades; deconflicted HUMINT activities with tactical, operational and strategic HUMINT elements.
Accomplished all responsibilities through coordination with the operational units and other 2X staff element; manually reviewed and released classified information to Iraqi Security Forces; Implemented HUMINT Operations Cell (HOC) Chief and 2X policies and procedures in accordance with 36ID HOC standard operating procedures.
Responsible for the morale, welfare, physical fitness and professional development of five soldiers.
Certification Cell NCOIC, 03/2008
to 10/2010 Texas Army National Guard, Camp Swift – Bastrop,
Supervised, coordinated and managed the collection and maintenance of training data, reports, and charts for all deploying Texas Army National Guard Soldiers.
Ensured communication flow with the unit commanders of all training completed during inactive duty and pre-mobilization training.
Planned and organized training of 24 new soldiers; maintained equipment to meet the Certification Cell requirements to sustain 24 hour operations.
Ensured the accuracy of 506 sign-in rosters showing the completed training is secure and filed properly in binders for a period of seven years.
Material Handler Manager, 12/2006
to 03/2008 ADT Security Services – San Antonio,
Facilitated timely and cost-effectively ordering of supplies, receipt and stocking of inventory, and shipping of inventory.
Ensured the security and accountability of inventory by documenting transactions using computer-based systems such as Oracle and Perpetual Inventory, processes transactions in accordance with procedures established by ADT and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) guidelines, and periodically conducts physical inventories and system reviews.
G2 Operations Battle NCO, 07/2005
to 12/2006 Texas Army National Guard – Kosovo
Supervised, coordinated or managed collection and dissemination of tactical intelligence to ensure communication flow between subordinate elements and Head Quarters staff.
Supported the G2 Operations OIC in task organizing personnel and equipment to meet section requirements to sustain 24 hour operations.
Managed the Situation Map, staff duty journal, and tracking intelligence Request for Information\'s.
Re-tasking of assets; prepare and conduct situational and information briefs; responsible for external coordination, physical setup, internal layout and accountability of section equipment; conducted intelligence training; maintaining section personnel readiness.
Business Manager, 01/2004
to 07/2005 ASG Security – San Antonio,
Ensured customer satisfaction, accounts receivable, accounts payable, office supplies, human resource for local office, staff training, collection and any customer assistance.
Developed and reorganized office to become business functional.
Customer Information Representative, 09/1992
to 01/2004 ADT Security Services – San Antonio,
Ensured the highest levels of customer satisfaction and retention through the prompt resolution of inquiries from existing customers.
Answered and redirect 26 or more daily inbound phone calls including those customers who wish to cancel.
Answered questions regarding operation of system billing and general questions on status of accounts.
Facilitated customer satisfaction through contact with all other departments.
Proficient in word, excel, paradox, admin and the ability to learn systems quickly.
Participated in weekly department managers meeting regarding questions on the accounts receivable report that I prepare.
Started with the company as a Commercial Installer, Data Clerk/Programmer, Fire Alarm Inspector and back as a Commercial Installer before accepting the position of Customer Information Representative.
Each job gave insight to the work that needed to be done in customer retention.
The office was awarded "The year 2000 Residential Customer Retention for the region and Combined Customer Retention" and I also received Associate of the year.
Electronic Technician, 02/1988
to 02/1992 US Army – Berlin,
Diagnosed, located and isolated malfunctions of permanent, erratic and intermittent nature on 56 pieces of telephone equipment.
Disassembled when possible entire units or integral parts and malfunctioning components for testing and repairs.
Tested 108 newly installed telephone lines for continuity, the trouble-shooting of solid state printed circuit modules and other electronic components.
Responsible technician with experience installing, maintaining and repairing phone equipment.
Performed duties during the four Powers conferences in Berlin.
Installed telephones for Secretary of State Baker and other diplomats of the Berlin Consulate.
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