Accept a role in Environmental Services Leadership allowing for the demonstrated organizational, customer service, communication and project management skills. Profile Energetic, focused and capable business professional with an award-winning 25+ year track record of improving operating efficiencies within departments. Talent for quickly mastering new tasks; diplomatic and tactful with management and non-management employees. Demonstrated history of producing accurate and timely reports as well as meeting stringent guidelines. Flexible and versatile – able to maintain a sense of humor under pressure. Poised and competent with verified ability to easily transcend cultural differences. Excellent team-building skills that drive teams to perform to capacity. Thrives in deadline-driven environments with multiple on-going projects.
-Managed quality assurance program, including on-site evaluations, internal audits and customer surveys.
-Oversaw daily operations to ensure high levels of productivity.
-Quickly learned new skills and applied them to daily tasks, improving efficiency and productivity.
-Maintained required records of work hours, budgets and payrolls.
-Completed financial tasks by estimating costs and preparing and managing budgets.
-Coordinated daily workflow through task prioritization and concise scheduling.
-Selected most suitable cleaning materials for different types of linens, furniture, flooring and surfaces.
-Evaluated employee performance and recommended promotions, transfers and dismissals.
-Spearheaded proper training with use of chemicals and cleaning tools and devices.
-Abode by and enforced department policies and procedures.
-Conducted one-on-one meetings with direct reports and solicited feedback from employees.
-Planned, organized, directed and monitored work flow of Environmental Services staff.
-Drove continuous commitment to product quality and safety, reducing downtime and overtime with effective budgeting and assignation of talents as well as resources.
Operations Manager for two facilities. Harrison Medical Center, a 436,000 sq ft hospital & Silverdale Medical Center, a 254,000 sq ft hospital, this includes managing 9 Harrison Health Partner medical clinics and office buildings ancillary Environmental Service needs. In this role I prepare and disseminate reports for financial performances, manage a $300K dollar linen budget.
-Managing Day to Day Operations of the 89 member Environmental Services Department.
-Directly supervise 25 FTE's and 14 Per Diem staff.
-Managing Day to Day Operations of the Hospital Linen Department. Directly controls annual budget and purchases.
-Administrator for entire facility Hazardous Materials Program; RMW-Regulated Medical Wastes, BIOHAZARD,
-Senior trainer for HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DECON Team, Subject Mater Expert- shipping/packaging compliance for DOT-HAZ-MAT
Supervisor for two facilities EVS needs, St. Michael Medical Center- Silverdale Campus, a CommonSpirit Health facility, a 850,000 sq ft hospital & St. Michael Medical Center-Bremerton campus, a 137,000 sq ft site. Provides leadership to promote a professional and effective department. Manage the day to day operations of the department, prepare and disseminate reports for financial performances, manage a separate linen department, manage both campus' entire supply budgets.
-Managing Day to Day Operations of the 90 member Environmental Services Department. Directly supervise 28 FTE's and 14 Per Diem staff; and a 4FTE Linen Department.
-Administrator for entire seven hospital region of CHI Franciscan SDS (Safety Data Sheet) program.
-Senior regional & facility, Hazardous Materials(HAZMAT) Program trainer & Subject Matter Expert (SME); RMW-Regulated Medical Wastes, HAZMAT- DECON Team, Shipping/packaging compliance for DOT-HAZMAT training.
Jan 2000 – Dec 2003 Jun 1998 – Dec 1999
Supervisor / Platoon Sergeant
Dec 2005 – Aug 2010 2/75 RGR REGT, Ft Lewis, WA
-Senior Logistical Resupply Manager for an elite Army Special Operations Organization with a mission of executing no-notice world-wide politically sensitive operations in support ofnational policies and objectives.
-Ensures adherence to training standards, operating procedures, and quality control for all administrative actions within the department.
-Responsible for the personnel readiness and career management for 45 employees.
-Managed Afghanistan and Iraq ammunition usage for a variety of Special Operations units during 4 combat deployments.
-During combat deployments, supported the day to day operational needs of a variety of Joint Special Operations Command Tiered units, to include International partner nation Special Operations Forces.
-Supervised the day-to-day $14 million annual ammunition operations of the unit. Including forecasting/requesting, storage of, as well as the safe/secure transportation of all categories of weapons and munitions.
Military Recruiter- Army-Full Time
Military recruiters, sometimes known as recruiting specialists, provide information regarding service, training, and career opportunities to people interested in joining a branch of the military. They represent the military at job fairs and career programs, and with community and school groups. Their duties include interviewing, screening, testing, and counseling possible candidates. Recruiting managers direct recruiters, plan recruiting programs, and prepare reports for commanders that detail the progress of their recruiting programs.
Small Group Instructor- NCO Academy
Served as an Instructor at the The Warrior Leader Course (WLC) is a non-MOS specific, taught in an NCO Academy live-in environment IAW the small group instruction (SGI) process; it consists of classroom interaction with practical applications, followed by hands-on, performance- oriented training. The course culminates in an extensive situational training exercise (STX). The course prepares sergeants for positions of higher responsibility as section leaders. Major subject areas include: Leadership, training, physical fitness training, map reading, land navigation, counseling, soldier team development, basic supply and maintenance procedures, and common field crafts. The object of WLC is to graduate students who will return to their units with the knowledge that will assist them to:
* Be technically and tactically proficient. * Make sound decisions. * Plan correctly. * Follow the Army professional ethics. * Communicate effectively. * Apply soldier-team development. * Lead and train their subordinates in a "go to war" atmosphere.
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