Self-motivated individual with about 5-6 years of managerial experience. Advanced organizational skills with strong attention to detail. Spent 4 years in the United States Navy where I learned extensive interpersonal skills as well as administrated the maintenance of 12-14 HH-60H aircraft at any one time.
While in the Navy I advanced quickly to Petty Officer Second Class in just 3 years. I stood out among my pears on every level and have been awarded several awards such as the Navy and Marine Core Service Metal, the Good Conduct Metal, as well Expeditionary Service Metal for my deployment to the Middle East. I served first at the Strike Fighter Weapons School where I worked in the travel department as well helped administrate an intel course for junior officers. I also was in charge of 1st lieutenant where I was in charge of the maintenance and upkeep of the command.
After spending two years at this command I transfered to HSC-84 in Norfolk, VA which is a helicopter squadron who's mission it is to transport SEALs and other special operations forces. It is a very exciting place to be and my specific roles were: Logs & Records, Aircraft Records and Reporting, and Support Equipment Planned Maintenance System. I ran these programs both at home in Norfolk and while on deployment to the United Arab Emirates from February to July of this past year. My main role was essentially to ensure that maintenance control was running maintenance correctly, and to be the expert at the computer program called NALCOMIS OOMA. This program is what I used to track and administer the aircraft maintenance. I became the go to AZ within the command when it came to troubleshooting issues with this program. I received the Navy and Marine Core Achievement Metal (NAM) for my expertise and skills at managing this program.
I was hired on after college as the 2nd Assistant Golf Professional in July and by the spring of 2008 I was the Head Golf Professional running all golf operations. I was put in charge of 20-25 employees and managed all weekly tournament play as well as resort play. The club was a semi-private golf community so the majority of customers were members and then there was some local and resort play as well. An enormous amount of responsibly was put on my shoulders and I feel like I handled it well, although looking back there is a lot I would have changed.
I started as a truck loader in May and by December I was a manager of a portion of the warehouse in charge of approximately 10-15 employees. I was in charge of making sure that all trailers left on time and that they had the proper packages on them. I learned an enormous amount about managing individual people and a team as a whole. The loading area I took over was the worst performing in the warehouse, and within 3 months we were the number one area in the building.
I have about 78 credits towards this degree.
I have about 78 credits towards my Bachelors in Arts in Management
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