United States Army Officer with experience in team management, administrative accountability, supply management, and weapons and tactics. Effectively works well with platoon members and leads them to accomplish all goals and mission objectives.
Personally responsible for over $750,000 of command equipment with no deficiencies, losses or damages.
Top 3% of my Order Merit List in ROTC.
Commissioned as a 2LT in the U.S. Army at only 19 years old.
Trained the Colombian military in U.S. Army Infantry Weapons and Tactics, at the same time fostered a strengthened partnership and multi-lateral relations.
Averted a potential riot by effectively handling a confrontational situation with other corrections team members.
Completed extensive crisis prevention and intervention training programs.
-Student in the Officer Leadership Development and Assessment Course in Fort Lewis, Washington.
-Member of the Honor Platoon
-Participated as an Instructor in the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation in order to train and foster relationships with the Colombian military.
-Trained in US Army combat strategies, techniques, and firearms.
-Fostered long-lasting relationships.
-Enforced institutional rules and Standard Operation Procedures (SOP).
-Reported infractions orally/written, confronted offenders who violated rules.
-Received offenders into custody, conducted searches, made initial assessment of offenders for health, safety, and security reasons.
-Supervised offenders to maintain general order in daily activities, work assignments and programming. Monitored inmate phones, mail and hygiene, etc.
-Applied the appropriate level of force in accordance with policies, ranging from verbal warnings and physical presence through the use of soft and hard restraints.
-Directed prisoners to work assignments, meals, recreation and traffic from living unit. Maintained order and discipline in dormitories, shops, work details, and recreational activities; reported infractions of rules.
-Handled unruly and violent prisoners using minimum necessary force.
-Obtained and delivered meal trays, clothing, bedding, and supplies to offenders as necessary.
-Performed head counts of offenders and confirm each inmate's identity when conducting a facility count twice daily. Collected and documented random and routine urine samples for testing.
-Kept records of activities; dispensed medication as directed.
-Used computer and paper methods, prepare, process, analyze, and manage information documents and property pertinent to prisoners, departmental and facility operations. Used a computer to create, impute and retrieve data. Compiled data for necessary written incident and other required reports.
-Responsible for cashiering, collecting cash payments from customers and making change, or charging purchases to customers' credit cards and providing customers with receipts.
-Responsible for cleaning, collecting, and disposing outside trash.
-Responsible for ordering stock, and price and shelve incoming goods, and provide assistance and customer service.
-Responsible for maintaining fuel pumps and equipment.
-Proactively sought opportunities to up sell and add-on additional merchandise, further enhancing the guest's hopping experience.
- Anticipated and overcame guest objections to purchasing merchandise.
-Met and exceeded sales and service performance goals set by store management team members
-Built lasting relationships with guests by contacting them to follow up on purchases, suggesting new merchandise, and reminding them of upcoming events.
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-Studied four years of the Arabic language, as well as the Middle Eastern Culture in relation to foreign policy and international relations.
-Served as the Unit Environmental Officer in the U.S. Army Oklahoma National Guard.
-Served as the Officer in Charge (OIC) for numerous rifle ranges, and land navigation ranges to better prepare, train, and equip soldiers for unit readiness, and to have the knowledge needed to better serve as an Infantry Unit and to accomplish all mission objectives.
-Worked as a Segregation Officer for Protective Custody in an Oklahoma Private Prison.
-Worked in Maximum Security for Segregated Offenders and Maximum Security Offenders.
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