career counselor resume example with 6+ years of experience

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Talented material manager adept at moving organizations forward with cutting-edge technologies and the approaches. Forward-thinking decision maker and visionary manager.

  • Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel
  • Slack, Discord
  • Leadership presence
  • US ARMY Veteran Security and Safety Minded
  • Compassionate\ Empathetic
  • Program Management
  • Ability to Provide Instruction
  • Calm during Stressful Situations
  • Project Manager
  • Video Teleconferencing Applications: Zoom, Teams, Google Meets
  • Quality Control/ Assurance
  • Exceptional Communication and Interpersonal Skills
  • Extensive Knowledge of PowerPoint creation and presentation
  • Staff Leadership
  • Interagency Relations
  • Knowledge of Lesson Plan Development
  • Exceptional Conflict Resolution and Team Building Skills
  • Development and evaluation of Course Material
  • Administrative support, Directing, Personnel, Technical assistance
  • Aims, Documentation, Plan Development, Technical training
  • Analyst, Electronics, Policies, Transportation
  • ARMY, Focus, Procurement, Troubleshooting
  • Attention to detail, Functional, Program Management, Typing
  • Basic, Information technology, Progress, 60 WPM
  • Budgets, Instruction, Project management, Unique
  • Budget, Leadership skills, Public speaking, Video
  • C, Team Building, Quality Control
  • Calibration, Leadership, QA
  • Coaching, Logistics, Radio
  • Interpersonal Skills, Managing, Repairs
  • Conflict Resolution, Mechanical, Reporting
  • Consulting, Meetings, Safety
  • Counseling, Mentoring, Scheduling
  • Counselor I, Excel, Supervisory
  • Clients, Office Suite, Supervision
  • Client, Microsoft Office, Supervisor
  • Customer service, Outlook, Supervising
  • Database management, PowerPoint, TDA
  • Decision-Making
  • Direction, Organizing, Team Player
  • Effective listening
  • Proofreading/editing
Education and Training
Webster University Webster Groves, MO Expected in 2017 Master of Business Administration : Science Management and Leadership - GPA : Magna Cum Laude
Park University Parkville, MO Expected in 2015 Bachelor of Science : Business Management - GPA : Magna Cum Laude
, Expected in Military Education Warrant Officer Advanced Course, Warrant Officer Basic Course, Senior Leaders Course, Advanced Leaders Course, Basic Leaders Course, Combatives Level II, Radio/Communications Security Repairer : - GPA :
City Of Boston, Ma - Career Counselor
Boston, MA, 03/2021 - Current
  • Soldier for Life (SLF), As an SFL Career Counselor I briefed, counseled, and interviewed personnel to assist them in developing and achieving a valid military career goal and subsequent civilian occupation.
  • Evaluated transferability of military skills to the civilian workforce.
  • Documented requirements and eligibility for licensure, certification, and apprenticeship.
  • Accurately captured and entered Army Reserve and National Guard Transition Assistance Program Data into the Army Career and Alumni Program ACAP XXI System.
  • I assumed responsibility for major activities such as job fairs, employer days, or classroom events.
  • Prepared and updated student records provided advice and participated in training exercises as needed.
  • Worked under general supervision and typically reported to a supervisor or manager.
  • Maintained individual records to include Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and monitored progress of individual Soldiers by conducting follow ups to ensure individuals have accomplished their career development plan.
  • Proudly and consistently carried out professional duties per generally accepted theories, methods, techniques, and practices in line with Army Regulations and HIPAA Laws.
  • Enthusiastically motivated and assisted individuals and groups in making realistic and practical self-appraisal of their needs and desires.
  • Registered Soldiers to attend Soldier for Life Mandatory Curriculum per Legislative and Army Regulation mandates.
  • Conducted capstone appointments to ensure client checklist was followed to achieve Career Readiness Standards (CRS).
  • Executed Warm Handovers if CRS was not met or when Soldiers needed further assistance.
  • Evaluated post-transition transportation and housing requirements.
  • Confirmation of client completion of Job Application Pack which consists of Resume, References, and submission of job applications.
  • Assisted clients in establishing and planning for short- and long-term goals as needed.
  • Established, maintained, and followed up with clients and other professional points of contact on and off military installations.
UNITED STATES ARMY - Material Management Officer
City, STATE, 11/2016 - 05/2018
  • Served as the Material Management Officer for Support Operations in the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment at the National Training Center (NTC).
  • Served as the primary point of contact on all logistics matters involving status reporting, transportation, maintenance, and supply management assistance.
  • Responsible for supporting maintenance operations of all ground equipment within the Regiment consisting of over 30,000 pieces of TDA and MTOE equipment.
  • Directly coordinated efforts for Field Service Representatives and Logistics Assistance Representatives assistance to expedite repairs and leverage maintenance capabilities in support of 10 NTC Rotations annually.
  • Served as the direct maintenance advisor to the Squadron Commander of the Regimental Support Squadron and the supporting maintenance advisor to the Regimental Command team and the Regimental Staff.
  • Reviewed GCSS-Army maintenance operations and equipment status reporting.
  • Additional database management included analyzing, compiling, and reporting compliance of AOAP, TMDE, SOUMS, GPMs, and MAMs as applicable.
  • Collaborated with Warrant Officers throughout the Regiment to establish, implement, and maintain maintenance policies for the installation.
  • Directly responsible for career development, mentoring and performance evaluation, implementing corrective actions, and counseling of three junior officers, two Noncommissioned Officers, and six Soldiers.
  • Provided technical knowledge and expert assistance with training and supervising work efforts.
  • Daily responsibilities included planning, assigning, and evaluating subordinate’s work.
  • Responsible for counsel, advice, and instruction as well as hearing and resolving complaints of staff.
  • Identified developmental and training needs for employees.
  • When needed applied disciplinary measures to include warnings, reprimands (negative counseling’s), and escalation to superiors for more serious cases.
  • Disseminated daily relevant facility operations information involving war zone deployment operations, customer service expectations, QA/QC operations, tasking missions, and enforcement of standards for all Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Soldier development.
United States Army, 142d CSSB - Area Support Team Officer in Charge
City, STATE, 10/2011 - 11/2016
  • Served as the Electronic Systems Maintenance Officer in Charge of the Communications and Electronics Shop and the Area Support Team.
  • Provided specialized equipment calibrations, services, troubleshooting, and repairs of the division's test and diagnostic equipment.
  • Ensured the proper management and operations of the ATST, supporting an Instrument Master Record File (IMRF) of 1700 items.
  • Provided guidance and instruction on diagnosing, testing, analyzing, and repair of military combat systems and civilian equipment.
  • Responsible for the technical knowledge, management, and supervision of the Brigade's TMDE Section comprised of Seven Soldiers, and the C&E Section comprised of six Soldiers, and tools and equipment valued at more than $19.2 million.
  • Created the first Soldier led ATST in Fort Bliss history while serving as project manager.
  • Directed all aspects of the project valued at more than $50M.
  • Primary functions consisted of overseeing all areas related to administration, quality control, safety, progress, and progress closeout documentation.
  • Prepared schedules, outlined compliance issues, and managed all phases of work; maintained accurate records for all project work statements (WPS), preparing and overseeing detailed fixture, equipment, and labor cost budgets for each WPS.
  • Managed the development of project documentation, reviews, and inspections of architectural, structural, mechanical, and other elements to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
  • Additional project requirements included management of an annual budget of $20M, tactical vehicle procurement, specialized Soldier training, unique calibrations equipment purchase, tool purchase, and fabrication.
  • Established Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), maintained and coordinated technical training and certification of assigned personnel, and directed QA/QC operations.
  • Directly coordinated all resources, personnel, mission support, and administrative support for the Communications and Electronics (C&E) and the ATST sections.
  • Provided audit and inspection services that promote efficiency and integrity of the operations.
  • The lead person on all matters concerning non-conformance to regulatory and maintenance program requirements and related internal and management controls.
  • Served as the organizing authority for the organization developing and establishing relationships with civilian entities; EPA, civilian and military safety organizations, oversee the scheduling, managing, and providing of pass-back special electronics device support for three Brigade Combat Teams (BCT) and 44 non-divisional units.
  • Principal advisor to the commander on garrison and deployment capabilities, status, employment, and development of all aspects of the calibration lab.
  • Implemented vigorous annotated counseling program focusing on accomplishments, development, and strengths with specific aims of identifying significant problems and pre-empting causes of sub-standard performance.
  • Provided technical assistance, training, and supervision of the work efforts of 13 Soldiers and five Noncommissioned Officers; disseminated all information involving full spectrum shop operations, tasking missions, and enforced standards for all Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Soldier development.
Additional Information
  • Military Awards , Meritorious Service Medal (6) Army Commendation Medal (2) Joint Service Achievement Medal Army Achievement Medal (4) Meritorious Unit Citation Army Service Ribbon Joint Meritorious Unit Award Army Good Conduct Medal (6) National Defense Service Medal (2) Iraq Campaign Medal, with Campaign Star (2) Overseas Service Ribbon (2) NATO Medal Global War on Terrorism Service Medal Armed Forces Service Medal Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (3) Certificates of Achievement (50) Marksman Qualified Badge Expert-Rifle

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School Attended

  • Webster University
  • Park University

Job Titles Held:

  • Career Counselor
  • Material Management Officer
  • Area Support Team Officer in Charge


  • Master of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Military Education Warrant Officer Advanced Course, Warrant Officer Basic Course, Senior Leaders Course, Advanced Leaders Course, Basic Leaders Course, Combatives Level II, Radio/Communications Security Repairer

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