Operations Management/Facilitator Versatile Operations Manager trained in logistics who thrives in dynamic, challenging and fast-paced professional environments. Assertive and enthusiastic, with extensive knowledge of contingency operations and an unsurpassed worth ethic. Highlights Multi-unit operations management Global and strategic sourcing Procedure development Dedicated Cost reduction and containment Multi-unit operations management Inventory control Troubleshooting and problem solving Accomplishments Managed critical supplies and equipment at a ready-state for rapid deployment in support of the Nation's disasters, crisis', and contingency operations world-wide. Created criteria and database to assure unit personnel 100% capable of responding to all Operations Orders.
Airport Safety Officer, 05/2012 to 11/2012 San Francisco International Airport – San Francisco, CA
Maintains safety of airport personnel and customers by patrolling the facility; enforcing rules and regulations; conducting airfield checks; monitoring lighting and runway pavement conditions; responding to emergency situations.
Operated mobile command post in support of emergency operations.
Airport Operations Worker, 08/2011 to 05/2012 Sacramento International Airport – Sacramento, CA
Conducted airfield inspections for proper adherence to Federal and State regulations and enforced airport rules with citation authority.
Managed passenger movement and aircraft safety throughout the airport complex.
Performed risk analysis assessments to mitigate potential dangers to safe operations.
Sr. Non-Commissioned Officer/Training Manager, 07/2002 to 10/2010 US Air Force – Travis AFB – CA
Ensure standardization/quality is maintained; enforced the directives and policies of the Command.
Document and input results into database reflecting evaluations and compliance with standards.
Provide leadership with solutions based on trend analysis to meet or exceed expectations.
Principle adviser to leadership on training matters.
Directs and writes policies for training.
Plans and schedules all ground and flight training activities.
Supervises and educates instructors on training techniques, syllabus & curriculum development, and educational technology.
Managed 70 enlisted aviators, command and control, and operations personnel.
Establishes operations manpower requirements, authorizations and allocations.
Designated primary contact to interact with higher headquarters for determining assignments and backfill for departing operations personnel.
Ensures operations personnel are highly qualified in all aspects of mobility operations, including cross-functional training to meet all requirements.
Supervised flight personnel in which encompasses six separate duty specialties.
Directed the Unit Deployment Managers and worked directly with the Director of Operations on unit deployments and all operational issues.
Coordinated with HQ AMC to resolve issues regarding support deployment packages for 100% reliability.
During this period, deployed as Mission Support Team Chief in Thailand and Indonesia in support of Operation UNIFIED ASSISTANCE.
Supported 486 humanitarian relief missions, moving 3,349 passengers and 3,470 tons of life-saving supplies.
Loadmaster Superintendent, 12/1998 to 07/2002 US Air Force – Travis AFB – CA
Liaison on operational and functional issues relating to 73 assigned enlisted aircrew members.
Responsible for development, implementation, continuity and management of plans, policies, and procedures affecting all loadmasters.
Establishes long-range training programs and ensures manning levels are sufficient.
Establishes performance standards and reviews, award and decoration recommendations.
Conducts individual counseling and provides technical/professional training opportunities.
Monitors upgrade training and OJT.
Communications Specialist, 01/1984 to 01/2010 US Air Force
Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge; Command and Control (C2) Operations Center, the nerve center at each deployed location.
The C2 Ops Center supports mission planning and scheduling and gives leadership the ability to track the status of resources, manage passenger and cargo operations.
Maintained worldwide communication and information processing systems to provide vital link between mobility elements.
Mission Support Team Chief,
Provided continuous on-site management of AMC airfield operations including command and control, aerial port services, maintenance, security, weather, and intelligence.
Managed critical elements needed to ensure safe, efficient air field operations for all tanker and airlift operations.
Elements included mission support personnel from various unit type codes (UTC) and AMC Quick Reaction Force for mobility operations on both planned and short notice missions.
Supervised command and control functions required to support AMC's worldwide mobility operations.
CREs normally conduct autonomous operations from austere locations but can also augment the infrastructure at established civilian or military airfields.
Airfield Survey Team Responsible for conducting airfield surveys worldwide.
Certified in conducting specialized surveys in assessing civil engineering, security, airfield operations, and aerial port functions.
Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician,
Master the principles of electronics, refrigeration, hydraulics, power generation, reciprocating engines (gasoline and diesel), gas turbine engines, pneumatics and heatingService, inspect and troubleshoot, repair and perform preventive maintenance on motor- and engine-driven generator sets, air conditioners, hydraulic test stands, air compressors, bomb lifts, heaters and other similar support equipment.
B.S: Technical Management, 2010 Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach, FL Technical Management
Associate of Science: Aviation Operations, 2002 Community College of the Air Force – Worldwide - Aviation Operations
Associate of Science: Aerospace Ground Equipment Technology, 2002 Community College of the Air Force – Worldwide - Aerospace Ground Equipment Technology