Team Leader and Military Veteran with active Secret Security Clearance and 9 years of experience improving team capabilities, meeting international deployment objectives, and developing and executing strategic plans both domestically and overseas. Accountable for the over $5 million in government gear and equipment and provided direct supervision to up to 15 Marines, overseeing their overall safety and well- being under austere conditions. Recipient of the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Combat Distinguishing Device for going above and beyond expectations while acting as an infantry squad leader in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
January 2008 to January 2012Assistant Motor Transportation Chief
Managed the safe operation, repair and maintenance of 46 tactical vehicles and trailers valued at over $5 million and scheduled and planned all vehicle maintenance.
Provided overall strategic direction and managed the training, accountability, and moral of 15 Marines.
Supervised the daily, weekly and monthly preventative maintenance checks and services for the 46 tactical vehicles and trailers ensuring all tasks were completely on schedule and in accordance with regulations Oversaw the planning and preparation of over 25 training operations Accountable for over $5 million in gear including 16 MTVRs, 15 HMMWV, and 16 trailers Selected over more experienced piers to act as an infantry squad leader during a 7 month deployment to Afghanistan Trained and kept up the moral of 13 Marines during the 7-month deployment Awarded a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Combat Distinguishing Device for going above and beyond expectations while acting as an infantry squad leader.
Developed effective working relationships with Afghanistan Police and Local nationals overcoming language barriers to create effective working relationships for mission success and safety of military staff and citizens Trained over 150 Marines and Sailors on emergency response procedures such as calling for medevac, and IED strike with a casualty Briefed senior leaders before and after each patrol through utilization of maps and verbal briefing Oversaw the timing, safety, displacing, and security for 25 training operations Provided daily briefs to both senior leaders and staff on the route, mission, and time line for each daily patrol Maintained strict time line on every portion of each patrol Managed the security patrols and observation posts to maintain the safety of the workers, afghan police and military personnel on the Kajaki Dam Responsible for the care and use of highly sensitive communications equipment Coordinated all aspects of the navigation of the foot patrol in live action mine sweep Scheduled and supervised a 24-hour manning of an over watch post with 1 M240, 3 M2 50 caliber machine guns, 1 MK-19 machine gun, 2 generators, 1 G-BOSS lite, 2 foxtrots, 1 set of big eyes, 2 sets of thermals, 4 binoculars, with 13 Marines Served as Forward Operating Base Squad leader in charge of supervising 13 Marines, and scheduling all security operations such as 24 hour post scheduling, staff rotation and transportation logistics Supported numerous other units in and around our Area of Operation.
United States Marine Corp- Various Locations WorldwideJanuary 2000 to January 2012
Hospital Shared ServicesJanuary 2007 to January 2008Security Officer Denver, CO
Performed overall security services for campus enforcing all laws and safety regulations and ensuring the safety of students and staff.
Patrolled parking areas and ensured all parking registrations were valid and wrote citations as necessary Checked security of all buildings to ensure locks and alarm systems were in place Responded to all student security calls and emergencies Wrote detailed daily security reports and recorded all incidents as needed.
Parkplace Retirement CommunityJanuary 2005 to January 2007Maintenance Repair Technician Denver, CO
Performed maintenance repairs as needed for an 18 floor residential building.
Consistently recognized by residents and management for compassion, understanding and patience in working with the elderly population and performing repairs in a timely manner with the highest quality.
Wrote up work orders and kept track of all maintenance records.
Repaired plumping pipes, walls, hung pictures, fixed cabling and a variety of other maintenance issues.
Pikes Peak Community College5 2015A.A.S: Computer Information SystemsComputer Information Systems