Dedicated and focused Administrative Clerk who excels at prioritizing, completing multiple tasks simultaneously and following through to achieve project goals. Seeking a role of increased responsibility and authority.
Briefing ARCENT Commander and Staff on daily operations
Received coin from 3rd Army Commanding General for strong attention to detail, exceptional knowledge during Silver Seminar Lite.
Hand selected by the Commander and Command Sergeant Major over more than 300 personnel in his field to brief the 3rd Army Commanding General on daily operations and the R5 mission when deployed to OIF/OEF
As a PFC, was selected in front of several peers to be section NCOIC for over 6 months. In charge of five enlisted personnel ensured section ran with zero flaws and error free. Ensuring all senior enlisted records where update correctly for promotion board.
Received multiple coins and awards for customer service skills and knowledge.
Performed administration tasks such as filing, developing spreadsheets, faxing reports, photocopying collateral and scanning documents for inter-departmental use.
NCOIC of Brigade Sponsorship Program
Trained essential personnel on Single Mobility System, Gateway Tracking System and Inter and Intra Theater training.
Brief and trained essential personnel to include the ARCENT Commanding General, 3rd Army Commanding General and Command Sergeant Major, Brigade Commander and CSM and other Higher ranking military officials on R5 Operations and systems currently used down range.
responsible for all Line of Duty Investigations and Hold Over Reports within the Brigade; ensure all NCOERs, Awards, Leave and Pass and Actions are correctly submitted and free of all errors
Performed duties as a Human Resource Sergeant for a Brigade Headquarters Company; responsible for the health, welfare, morale and professional development of two Enlisted soldier; responsible for the office automation equipment, reviews all military correspondence and prepares for signature, responsible for the processing of personnel actions for 56 permanent party cadre, responsible for the processing of all Defense Travel System actions within the organization.
Performed duties as
Served as the Brigade S1 Enlisted Personnel Services and Accountability NCOIC comprised of six battalions with 42 companies consisting of 4,195 Soldiers; supervised the daily operations of the Brigade S1; directly responsible for the screening and processing of incoming and outgoing personnel, preparing, processing, and tracking of awards, actions, RFOs, OERs, NCOERs, Congressionals, inquiries, and updates to Official Military Personnel Files; responsible for the health, welfare, training, readiness, discipline, safety, and professional development of two NCOs and three soldiers.
Performed functions in support of Reception, Replacement, Redeployment, Rest and Recuperation and Return to Duty; conducts training on the use of Defense Theater Accountability Software, Tactical Personnel System and other Human Resources support; supervises training activities such as wartime personnel accounting and strength reporting; establishes work priorities, assigned duties and instruct subordinates in work techniques and procedures to accomplish duties
Dayshift NCOIC of the Consolidated Operations and Information Center (COIC) for the Army's only Theater Gateway, deployed in support of Operation Iraqi and Enduring Freedom 07-09; Oversees the processing of all individual deployers, R&R passengers and Redeployers in and out of Kuwait; Supervised the functioning areas of the Personnel Processing Center (PPC) and ensured the efficient and effective flow of information between the internal and external sections; responsible for supervision, training and development of four soldiers
overseen the processing of all individual deployers, R&R passengers and redeployers in and out of kuwait; Supervised the functioning areas of the Personnel Processing Center (PPC) and ensured the efficient and effective flow of information between internal and external sections; responsible for supervision, training and development of four soldiers
Coordinates the movement of soldiers into, through, or out of theater; conducts PASR functions, coordinates logistical support for deploying units throughout theater operations; ensure all documents are in compliance with applicable regulations; responsible for the health, welfare, and development of two Junior Enlisted Soldiers.
Performed duties as an Administrative Sergeant for a Brigade size S1 consisting of over 630 Soldiers and 37 Civilians ; responsible for accounting, managing and slotting of all soldiers assigned; to include Enlisted and Officer strength, Personnel Accountability Reports, eMILPO transactions; responsible for the health, morale, welfare and professional development of two Junior Enlisted Soldiers
Coordinates and provides Theater R5 support which provides personnel accountability and database inputs as Soldiers arrive, depart, or transit the theater and executes the associated tasks supporting the personnel accountability effort. Establish initial Personnel Processing Center (PPC) in the inter-theater APOD/reception area, Establish personnel accountability of all reportable personnel entering, transiting, departing the theater, Assist the HRSC PASR/PRM/IM Division to establish the deployed theater database, Coordinate transportation for inbound Soldiers from the PPC to the staging area, Coordinate transportation for outbound Soldiers from the PPC to the aircraft, Coordinate billeting for transiting Soldiers remaining in the reception area awaiting follow-on movement, As required, coordinate with the HRSC for pinpoint assignment instructions for replacements and RTD Soldiers entering the theater without a pinpoint, Assist with the Command and Control of theater replacement shelves and Maintain the accountability of R&R personnel.
Ensure the timely and accurate reporting of all casualties in the required format to ensure the accurate and expeditious notification of NOK and management of changes in soldier status. Ensure all casualty notification documentation is always updated and accurate and properly filed in both the local MPFR and SRP packets; receives the data, verifies the data using unit Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP) folders, and forwards the data on the DA form 1156 to appropriate personnel. Prepares the DCIPS-Fwd text Casualty report. Ensure the DCIPS-Fwd reports are accurate and complete and forward to the higher HQs G-1; Monitor DCIPS-Fwd traffic for updates on evacuated Soldiers and remains and perform required eMILPO transactions as status changes
Serves as Human Resources for 6 months responsible for personnel and admin support of personnel; reviewed consolidated reports, statistics, and applications; reviewed and prepared reports and data on strength (gains and losses) of personnel, responsible for the timely and accurate eMILPO transactions submissions and strength reporting; responsible for the health, welfare, training and supervision of five soldiers; responsible for $275,000.00 of office equipment.
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