I am fully qualified to perform the duties as an Engineer Technician while displaying a vast amount of experience throughout my 15 years of military service. I strive for excellence in task that are assigned to me; successful at managing projects to optimize performance and contribute to the goals of the organization. I am a focused Engineer Technician successful at prioritizing safety, making sound decisions, promoting cost-effective solutions and exceeding expectations. I truly understand the fundamentals of construction and will continue to develop with new technologies.
As a Warrant Officer (Engineer technician), I serve in a multifunctional capacity across the broad and diverse spectrum of engineer operations in both operational and non-operational units. I provide subject matter expertise to Commanders for all construction related matters. I am capable of providing upper lever project management, drafting plans, writing doctrine and developing training strategies for engineer construction operations.
I was the Army's ambassador to the public responsible; assigned six zip codes that is known to be our stations toughest market. Majority of my duties was to implement and conduct Army awareness programs in my area operation consisting of 95 square miles that stretched across three cities, 12 high schools, 18 colleges and a population of 350,000 people. I was directly responsible for the screening and enlistment process for applicants entering the U.S. Army and U.S. Army Reserve.
Served as a Platoon Sergeant in a 158 Soldier Ventricle Construction Company of a Modular Engineer Battalion. I supervised the accountability, welfare, and training of a 44 Soldier platoon consisting of carpenters, plumbers and electricians; provided guidance, mentorship, and leadership training for three Squad Leaders. Augmented professional development within my platoon. Expertly supervised over 10,000 man-hours throughout eight construction projects. Responsible for the maintenance and accountability of $2,000,000 of equipment, tool kits and outfits.
As a Construction Section Leader I was primarily responsible for the welfare, physical training, technical training, and overall readiness of 18 Soldiers. I participated in the construction of five overseas humanitarian construction mission. I deployed to Legaspi City, Philippines in support of Engineer Civic Action Project, Balikatan where I supervised the remodeling of a outdoor recreation center. In another Engineer Civil Action Project I led the construction of two classrooms for an elementary school at Palawan, Philippines. I took 25 Soldiers to Phitsanulok, Thailand to construct a concrete school facility in support of Operation Cobra Gold. I supervised 12 Soldiers in constructing two concrete training facilities for the Commando Warriors in Anderson Air Force Base, Guam.
Achieved Commandant's List (top 10%). WOCS is a rigorous five-week course designed to train, assess, evaluate, and develop those trying to become Warrant Officers. The course is designed to provide a base to assist in the development of Army Warrant Officers into self–aware and adaptive technical experts, combat leaders, trainers, mentors, and advisors to both soldiers and commanders.
This course is designed to develop confident and competent Engineer Platoon Sergeants through demanding tactical, technical, and Army value based training.
The Army Recruiting Course teaches you to be an ambassador for the Army. You are tested on the legal, moral and medical enlistment requirements for the U.S. Army. You are taught how to establish a network of influencer's to include parents, educators and city officials.
The course is designed to train students to become Equal Opportunity Leaders and run Equal Opportunity program for Commanders. Students learn how to receive reports, care for victims and train Soldiers on equal opportunity.
Master Resiliency Trainer Course was developed by the University of Pennsylvania's Positivity Psychology Department. Course graduates return to their respective units to train Soldiers in the development of mental, physical, emotional, behavioral toughness, and overall mental health.
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