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HUMAN RESOURCE SPECIALIST
Professional Summary

Forward thinking individual with enhance interpersonal and multitasking skills. Looking to join an advanced organization as a human resource specialist to deliver high end administrative support.

Work History
Company Name
Skills

Microsoft Office, Outlook

  • Conflict resolution
  • Process implementation
  • Extremely organized
  • Client assessment and analysis
  • Staff development
  • Risk management processes and analysis
  • Data management
  • Team leadership
  • Team liaison
  • Budgeting and finance
  • Self-motivated
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Project management
  • Powerful negotiator
Work History
03/2013 to Current
Human Resource SpecialistCompany NameCity, State
  • Salary: $49,444.68, 40 hours/week.
  • Supervisor: Lauren Burtts, (269) 838-4074, may be contacted.
  • Maintaining My Unit Pay (MUP) for 150 to 200 soldiers and checked daily to pay soldiers for drilling periods or make up.
  • The STA forms called “Request and Certification for Duty Performed on other dates outside the scheduled dates for drill” once done I am to look over it for accuracy and then deliver the document to the Commander for him/her to deny or approve, if not approved the commander and or the first sergeant will meet with the individual to let them know.
  • The soldier can work the make up before or after the scheduled drill period.
  • Maintaining and certifying orders that are placed in the “My Unit Pay” system for the soldiers’ attendance and once a soldier has completed their orders I am to finish the submission and make sure the soldier is paid mileage if altered within the orders.
  • If a soldier comes with an issue such as a pay issue and I have exhausted all other options and can’t get to a solution I have to advise the soldier of what took place with his/her pay and when the soldier should be expecting his/her pay be direct deposit, also write in a work ticket for that soldier and push it to the state.
  • Process benefits the Service members’ Group Life Insurance and also administer their life insurance through the EMILPO system.
  • Oversee soldiers’ attendance through the attendance system that I create each drill period.
  • It's the system of keeping tabs of how many soldiers are physically present or not during our IDT periods.
  • Using different codes (P) present, (K) is not present, (E) made up the drill period prior to, (C) is that a soldier is in school, full-time orders or AGR and (B) soldier is in Basic Combat Training, Advanced Individual Training, or new soldiers who just sworn in and in future time will be at the unit after BCT and AIT.
  • Manage new Soldiers that comes to the unit, I create a New SM packet, and create Personnel files.
  • I track down who their sponsor are to show them their leaders and where the sections are located.
  • Transcribe active memorandums for the Commander detailing specific regulations that a solider or all soldiers in the unit read, understand and sign, for example: allowing soldiers to carry personal weapons on base, under REG 90-114 allows soldiers to carry on base under the commanders’ discretion.
  • Script active promotions and making sure soldiers are in good standing with requirements for a promotion.
  • Script active counseling’s for misconduct, APFT failures or Height and Weight failures.
  • Keeping tabs and update soldiers medical and personnel files and place them and keep them in the designated secured area.
  • Recycle those files once a soldier leaves the unit by retiring, soldiers processing out of the army, other separations such as medial, administrative, Uniform Code of Military Justice, and or transferring to another unit.
  • Scan documents to IPERMS to be pushed to the soldiers records.
  • Work with Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
01/2012 to 06/2012
ResearcherCompany NameCity, State
  • Salary: $9.22/hour, 15-20 hours/week.
  • Supervisor: Yvonne Unrau (269) 387-3185, may be contacted.
  • Maintain research on how numerous foster youth have entered in the foster care system and aged out of the foster care system.
  • Survey foster youth to give proper feedback to the Michigan Department of Human Services focusing on why foster youth aren’t successful in graduating high school, why foster youth are graduating high school but aren’t going to college, and why foster youth are making it to college and dropping out, we organized ways the Seita Program can create an outreach to help.
  • Present the information to MDHS on what improvements are needed to help foster youth succeed in graduating high school and continuing their education to be successful individuals and not just statistics.
05/2011 to 09/2011
CoordinatorCompany NameCity, State
  • Salary: $9.11/hour, 20-25 hours/week.
  • Supervisor: Jamie Bennett, cannot be contacted due to change of job and state.
  • Interview, hire and train 4 assistant coaches-these were the assistants that stayed with the students for the duration of the camp.
  • Create and get approved the scheduling and activities for the camp to my supervisor for this camp which was 4 days long.
  • Set up keynote speakers and figuring if we would have to pay them and pay their mileage, these speakers were to give students the resources transition from high school to college and aging out of the foster care system soon.
  • Manage throughout the camp days and attend all of the activities for attendance of all the 68 students and the 4 assistants.
10/2010 to 05/2011
Office AssistantCompany NameCity, State
  • Salary: $8.80/hour, 10-15 hours/week.
  • Supervisor: Monica Orsolini, cannot be contacted due to retirement.
  • Answer incoming phone calls for the Department of Management as well as completing list of outgoing calls to students and professors.
  • Sort daily mail in the 50 professors and 4 teacher assistants’ mail boxes.
  • Send, receive, and answer to emails for the department President.
  • Conduct make up exams for professors, having between 1 to 18 students at a time, then grading the exams for the professors and placing the exams in their mailboxes in a red folder.
  • Creating power points for the professors for their teachings and spread sheets for exam reviews.
  • At the end of the day, shred all important information that either has SSN, Addresses, and Names.
03/2008 to 06/2010
Cashier/Sandwich MakerCompany NameCity, State
  • Salary: $8.60/hour, 35-40 hours/week.
  • Supervisor: Jim Dinero (586) 294-7611.
  • Sandwich maker was to make customer sandwiches within 7 seconds and correctly, also to multitasking with customers dining in and drive thru orders at the same time.
  • Cashier to assist with the customers to keep them satisfied, cleaning the dining area, collect cash and close register when shift was over.
  • Coordinator was mostly help for drive thru but in some cases help would be needed for dining in, to make sure that the orders are correct and complete in a timely manner.
Education
September/2007
HS Diploma:
Roseville High School -
GPA: 2.8
August/2010
BA: Political Science/International Studies
Western Michigan University -
Political Science/International Studies
No Degree: GPA: 3.0
Skills
administrative, army, Basic, benefits, C, Cashier, counseling, forms, Insurance, Excel, mail, Microsoft Office, Outlook, PowerPoint, Word, weapons, multitasking, Personnel, promotion, read, research, scheduling, Script, spread sheets, statistics, Supervisor, teacher, phone

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Roseville High School
  • Western Michigan University

Job Titles Held:

  • Human Resource Specialist
  • Researcher
  • Coordinator
  • Office Assistant
  • Cashier/Sandwich Maker

Degrees

  • HS Diploma :
    BA : Political Science/International Studies
    No Degree :

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