I have for the past 4 years worked for my current employer as an Education Coordinator for the states of Georgia, Florida, Texas, and Oklahoma. My main responsibilities included, but are not limited to, creating and facilitating adult education training around topics such as leadership, strategic planning, and organizational development. A great deal of my time is spent communicating with various stakeholders at the middle to upper management level to gain an understanding of their needs, expectations, and agreed upon deliverables. In leading these various contracting meetings, I maintain knowledge of local, state, and federal laws to ensure the programs objectives are in conformity with applicable laws.
My experience as a CDL Class A licensed equipment operator allowed me to gain experience from a previous employer as a driver trainer/mentor to incoming new hires. Which allowed the skills and training garnered from 13 years in the Armed Forces to be utilized. Skills such as communication under pressure to get a project/task completed and the fostering of a cohesive adult learning atmosphere. The above experiences and countless others have made me a results-oriented professional talented in accurately assessing, recording, and communicating project/task guidelines and/or progress to stakeholders at any employment level internally and externally.
Employed Popular Education teaching techniques in order to create and facilitate curriculum for adult education in labor and community organizations in 4 states. I routinely engage in contracting meetings with organizational leaders around an array of skill and knowledge building activities for their constituents. Develop and implements interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase constituents knowledge base and skill level. I regularly present to groups ranging in size from 20 - 50 at various conferences and conventions.
Supervised a work crew of 3-5 people to carry out work assigned by the Public Works Administrator. Lead health and safety committees at the direction of the department director. Implemented the plan of work developed by upper management daily. Trained new CDL drivers as they were hired in workplace policies and procedures. Coordinated changes to the daily work plan as needed.
Started as a private and moved up to the position of platoon Sargent. Directed a group of 20 - 30 equal or lower rank soldiers during humanitarian missions, one weekend a month, and during summer training. Monitored soldiers fulfillment of their duties and responsibilities during humanitarian missions to deliver medical and dental services around the U.S., El Salvador, San Salvador and parts of Guam.
Coursework in Project Management, System Analysis & Design, Computer Information System
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