Currently, I am assigned as a GS-11 Lieutenant Correctional Supervisor at the Federal Correctional Institution, Tallahassee, Florida. In this capacity, I have the responsibility of the operational aspects of the Correctional Services Department and supervision of 130 correctional officers assigned to various areas of the institution. I have provided effective leadership and management oversight to correctional services staff and have been responsible for overall the orderly running of the entire institution.
Resourceful and dedicated Correctional Supervisor with motivational leadership, training and employee supervision experience. Twenty-one years in corrections and law enforcement. Hardworking Correctional Supervisor who employs sound judgment and verbal de-escalation tactics to keep order and avoid dangerous situations.
Leadership Phase II Special Investigative Supervisor Intro to Supervision Computer Training Civil Treatment Training Surveillance
Communication for Supervisors Ethics Training Drug Testing Labor and Management Relations Diversity Training
Correctional Supervisor, 09/1992 to Current Federal Bureau of Prisons – Tallahassee, FL
Hours per week: 40 Currently, I am assigned as a GS-11 Lieutenant Correctional Supervisor at the Federal Correctional Institution, Tallahassee, Florida.
In this capacity, I have the responsibility of the operational aspects of the Correctional Services Department and supervision of 130 correctional officers assigned to various areas of the institution.
I have provided effective leadership and management oversight to correctional services staff and have been responsible for overall the orderly running of the entire institution.
I must provide day to day counseling, resolve work related problems, carefully evaluate the performance of subordinate's, write reports, assign specific tasks, disseminate important information, submit monthly awards, participated on staff interview panels, conducts investigations and assign duties.
I investigate disciplinary problems and intervene in situations beyond the subordinate's authority.
I am often assigned as an investigator to conduct investigations and obtain information.
Military Police Officer, 11/1988 to 07/1992 U.S. MILITARY SERVICE INFORMATION
Sergeant Military Police Officer, 11/1988 to 07/1992 Department of Defense
I was a squad leader responsible for maintaining the health, morale and welfare of eleven enlisted soldiers with a combat support military police mission.
I was responsible for assisting in the training and supervision of tactical missions and accountability/maintenance of the squad's equipment.
I trained my team on common military tasks.
During my eight years of military service, I completed training in Interpersonal Communications Skills, How to Deal with People and Listening Skills.
As a Military Police Officer, my initial encounters with individuals often put me in an adversary role which could have easily become confrontational.
I used my training and people skills to maintain control of the situation.
Personnel Records Specialist/Administrative Spec, 03/1984 to 07/1989 Department of Defense United States Army
Personnel Records Specialist, 01/1984 to 07/1989 Department of Defense
I performed a wide variety of clerical tasks including, maintenance of Officer and Enlisted personnel records along with other processing actions for officers and enlisted personnel.
Types correspondence, memorandums, and forms.
I prepared computer input data for personnel records.
I maintained files and post regulations changes.
Establishes and maintains all required forms and files pertaining to assigned work.
Makes additions, revisions, and deletions to files to keep them current, complete, accurate to comply with regulations, policies, and procedures.
As an Administrative Specialist, I prepared special correspondence, composed routine correspondence, and proof read correspondence for proper format and accuracy.
Opens, sorts, routes, and delivers incoming correspondence and messages.
Prepares and maintains suspense files.
U.S. Army Campaign badges and/or expeditionary medals received
High School Diploma: 1981 Lorain High School - Lorain, OH
16 hour Time Off Award 7-03 Time Off Award 4-04 Outstanding Performance Rating 4-04 Outstanding Performance Rating 4-05 Quality Step Increase 6-05 Time Off Award 5-09 Special Act Award 3-10 Special Act 9-10 Time Off Award 12-10 Outstanding Performance Rating 3-12 Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Special Investigations Supervisor Disciplinary Hearing Officer Recruiter
Currently, I am assigned as one of the institution Affirmative Action Recruiter' which is a collateral duty. As a Recruiter I serve as a member of the Affirmative Employment Committee and am expected to participate in all committee functions.
I serve as an Institution Recruiter in recruitment plans and activities for the institution and the Bureau of Prisons. I also assist the LEAD Recruiter in planning and monitoring of recruitment events, maintaining contact with the Human Resource Department and with supervisors regarding job vacancies,hard-to-fill positions, local and Bureau-wide recruitment needs. I also assist the LEAD Recruiter in submitting required reports in a timely manner.
Additionally, my duties included that I am aware of social and economic problems created by discrimination, to promote equality inopportunity of all persons, understanding the basic goals of Civil Rights and particular employment problems of minority groups.
*Provide day to day counseling * Resolve work related problem * Writes reports and assign specific tasks * Disseminate important information * Conducts interviews and investigations * Communicate with people from various backgrounds * Compose and generate a wide varietyof documents