Talented marketing manager and team leader offering 12 years of success in advertising and recruiting environments. Strategic thinker with French language proficiency. Offers proven ability to build effective teams and manage new projects. Committed to identifying and leveraging opportunities for growth. Certified in recruiting and project development management.
VP for marketing of career development programs aboard United States Navy's largest operational platform – a nuclear powered aircraft carrier. Hand selected to be currently the only Senior Chief (E-8) Navy Counselor across the Navy filling this assignment designed for seasoned Master Chief Counselor (E-9). Present quarterly retention and development programs trends, statistics, and analytic data to the Commanding Officer. Improved Retention benchmarks above 20% in each zone. Exceptional performance across-the-board! 100% Career Development Board completion; 100% career reenlistment request applications submission and over $2.5 million paid in reenlistment incentive bonuses with Zero discrepancies. Those Numbers are “Unprecedented" for an aircraft carrier! Advise the Command Officer, the Executive Officer and the Command Master Chief on a daily basis. Manage the command information and retention programs to 3,300 Service Members while supervising 3 subordinates Navy counselors, 20 Departmental counselors and 102 Divisional counselors of a dynamic career development team. Recipient of consecutive Fiscal Year 2018, 2019 Retention Excellence Awards for the sixth consecutive times overall! Leadership prowess resulted in subordinates receiving: The Bob Feller Award finalist Nomination, the Commander Naval Air Force (CNAF) Pacific Fleet Career Counselor of the Year Award, a Senior Sailor of the Quarter Award, and Senior Sailor of the Month Award!
VP for marketing. Immediate Superior in Charge (ISIC) Career Counselor and Retention Advisor to the Pacific Northwest Region Commander (Rear Admiral - O7). Analyze navy career development programs and statistical data; conduct advanced training with subordinate immediate superiors in charge; communicate with other force and fleet career counselors and other appropriate organizations; draft career development policy; conduct fleet career management training; establish retention recognition policy for fiscal year; gather and analyze quarterly reenlistment and attrition data; recognize awardees; evaluate zone funding expenditures; Conduct career development training; coordinate regional, subordinate, embarked or tenant command training; assist commands in implementing and maintain naval reserve programs; provide career development programs while issuing feedback to chain of command and other organizations; develop command policy for attrition reduction; manage command career development programs; interview prospective navy counselors; coordinate special navy career information events; establish navy recruiting station manning requirements; develop and evaluate navy recruiting station production plans and levels; and counsel service members on veterans benefits, commissioning programs, and entitlements. Awarded 5 consecutive Retention Excellence awards for fiscal years 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 from Commander Naval Installations Command.
Awarded 4 Consecutive Retention Excellence Awards for Fiscal year 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014 From Commander, Naval Air Force Pacific Fleet. Flawlessly managed 132 departmental and divisional career counselors. Improved retention to 70% ship-wide, with less than 4.1% attrition. Conducted 2,998 Career Development Boards; managed 327 reenlistment with $2.1 million in selective reenlistment bonuses. Facilitated first term success workshops for 800 newly reported Sailors; submitted 150 service 'A" school acceptance applications..
Boosted monthly sales by 50% and exceeded lead conversion and sales goals for Navy Nuclear Engineering field accession at Navy Recruiting District San Diego CA. Performed as the lead recruiter for the nuclear engineering field programs, displaying competence in sales, prospecting, paperwork processing, marketing, communications, recruit incentives, Navy benefits, problem solving and basic computer operations. Audiovisual materials, practical exercises, discussion, and lecture. Topics include professional selling skills, sales
prospecting, recruit processing, production systems, Navy recruiting and Navy standards.
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