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Summary
Human Resources Assistant / Recruiter with 15-year background in employee management, hiring, training and benefits. Highly detail-oriented and organized.
Education
Drury University 2005-2010 St. Robert, Missouri Expected in : Education - GPA :

Methods of Teaching Elem Health (3 sem hrs); English Composition (3 sem hrs); Intermediate Algebra (3 sem hrs); Introduction to Psychology (3 sem hrs); Fitness for Life(2 sem hrs); Aerobic Fitness (1 sem hr); Government & Politics in the US (3 sem hrs); Web page Design (3 sem hrs); Technology in the Classroom (3 sem hrs); Computer Operations Software (3 sem hrs); Writing For The Web (3 sem hrs); Fundamental Math Concepts I (3 sem hrs)


Waynesville High School Waynesville, Missouri Expected in 1996 High School Diploma : General Studies - GPA :

General Studies

Experience
US Army Accessions Command HQ - Human Resources Assistant (40Hrs)
City, STATE, 04/2017 - Current
  • Processes military HR actions according to technical guidance and procedures established by SOPs and regulations.
  • Maintain Regular Army (RA) and U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) military recruiters records.
  • Reviews policy and procedural directives issued by Human Resources Command (HRC), and USAREC, along with implementing instructions to recruiting battalions (BNs) and other staff offices.
  • Provides advice and guidance on problems encountered or anticipated.
  • Reviews all HR actions for procedural correctness, adherence to policy and regulations, and completeness of documentation.
  • Makes a recommendations to BDE S1 based on that review.
  • Forwards HR actions to USAREC as required.
  • Monitors activities for actions impacting on submission of assigned efficiency reports and evaluations (NCOERs or OERs) to ensure timeliness and accuracy. Where action generates a change, notifies appropriate personnel, suspense's response, receives reports, and forwards to appropriate personnel for further processing.
  • Assists management of BDE military awards program.
  • Responsible for timely processing of awards submissions to HQ USAREC.
  • Interprets regulations and instructions, answers questions and resolves problems pertaining to various aspects of office management referred by organization officers or operating officials.
  • Settles questions and explains distinctions between reference publications.
  • Reviews and/or prepares award certificates for signatures and forwards as required.
  • Serves as liaison between BDE/BNs, USAREC HQs G-1 Civilian Personnel Management Division (CPMD), and supporting Civilian Personnel Advisory Centers (CPACS)/Regional Centers to perform administrative duties in support of the commands CHR program.
  • Prepares USAREC Civilian hire requests.
  • Prepares requests for personnel actions using automated personnel system.
  • Monitors and verifies that leadership and employees complete all performance.
  • Management requirements within regulatory timelines.
  • Assists in preparation of award nominations.
  • Reviews and consolidates USAREC employee of the year program nominations/packets.
  • Retains/prepares Civilian reports.
Inverness Technologies - Administrative Support Assistant / Security Officer (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 01/2017 - 04/2017
  • Review, analyze and interpret statutes, regulations, directives, and other instructions from the Department of the Army, Department of Defense and other echelons and notes and changes affecting operational matters of the programs.
  • Review and respond directly to inquires from the general public and major/regional commands.
  • Analyze and interpret regulations/directives from the Department of Defense.
  • Analyze waivers, exceptions to policy, and appeals for compliance to the organizations rules and regulations.
  • Advise management on Human Resource policies and regulations to assist management in making informed decisions.
  • Prepare staff actions for submission to upper management for approval.
  • Review procedures for effectiveness and make recommendations of improvements to problem areas.
  • Answer policy and procedure questions for people inside and outside the organization about any requirements/issues.
  • Formulate and prepare a range of regulatory and administrative documents using proper government guidelines.
  • Respond to inquires from the presidential, congressional, and government agencies.
  • Use proper customer service skills when communicating with personnel inside and outside the organization.
  • Use proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation when communicating in writing.
  • Prepare a variety of correspondence for the organization.
Choctaw Staffing Solutions - General Clerk III (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 07/2016 - 01/2017
  • Responsible for updating Personnel Records, Information Systems and Automation within eMILPO, In & Out processing, Soldier Readiness, Soldier Actions, Promotion Processing, Reassignment Processing, Student Personnel Actions, Strength Management, Administrative Services, Transition Processing, Retirement Services.
  • Updated Service Group Life Insurance (SGLI) and emergency contact information (DD-93) for in processing and out processing Soldiers.
  • Demonstrates intermediate-level knowledge of related HQDA governing directives, HR personnel policies, and installation-level operating procedures
  • Reviewed forms and documents submitted concerning health and life insurance, survivor benefits, Thrift Savings Plan, beneficiary forms for completeness and accuracy.
  • Updated computerized records in an automated database system.
  • Utilized database and spreadsheet software, (e.g. Microsoft Excel, Access, Word, etc.) to create, enter, revise, calculate and retrieve data for reports.
  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals
  • Exercises creativity and latitude in executing delivery of HR services
  • Conducts Soldier interviews, in-processes and out-processes Soldiers using a standard checklist
  • Accesses standard automated systems such as eMILPO, TOPMIS III, EDAS, Installation Support Module (ISM), DARTS and DAMPS, TRANSPROC III, update, emergency casualty documents and enlisted/officer data elements
  • Scans and transmits document images for electronic filing
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  • Upholds the highest standards of integrity, honesty, openness and professionalism
  • Makes Soldiers ID Tags on an as needed basis
  • Retrieve documents and distribute to appropriate sources
  • Verify accuracy of information being quoted based on given guidance
  • Research the facts to provide a comprehensive reply
  • Analyze written correspondence to provide corrective action
  • Research supplies to determine office requirements
  • Prepare correspondence for management signature
  • Prepare a variety of correspondence in correct grammatical format
  • Distribute information to the appropriate branch
  • Respond to telephonic inquiries from customers
  • Exercise tact and sound judgment when assisting customers
Tatitlek / Geo North - Genral Clerk III (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 05/2016 - 07/2016
  • Performs as HR specialist within military HR work centers
  • Gather and compile information for recurring and non-recurring employee relations, labor relations, and employee benefits.
  • Coordinate merit systems protections boards.
  • Responsible for updating Personnel Records, Information Systems and Automation within eMILPO, In & Out processing, Soldier Readiness, Soldier Actions, Promotion Processing, Reassignment Processing, Student Personnel Actions, Strength Management, Administrative Services, Transition Processing, Retirement Services.
  • Demonstrates intermediate-level knowledge of related HQDA governing directives, HR personnel policies, and installation-level operating procedures
  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals
  • Exercises creativity and latitude in executing delivery of HR services
  • Conducts Soldier interviews, in-processes and out-processes Soldiers using a standard checklist
  • Accesses standard automated systems such as eMILPO, TOPMIS III, EDAS, Installation Support Module (ISM), DARTS and DAMPS, TRANSPROC III, update, emergency casualty documents and enlisted/officer data elements
  • Scans and transmits document images for electronic filing
  • Upholds the highest standards of integrity, honesty, openness and professionalism
  • Makes Soldiers ID Tags on an as needed basis
  • Retrieve documents and distribute to appropriate sources
  • Verify accuracy of information being quoted based on given guidance
  • Research the facts to provide a comprehensive reply
  • Analyze written correspondence to provide corrective action
  • Research supplies to determine office requirements
  • Prepare correspondence for management signature
  • Prepare a variety of correspondence in correct grammatical format
  • Distribute information to the appropriate branch
  • Respond to telephonic inquiries from customers
  • Exercise tact and sound judgment when assisting customers
Metalsa - Fork Lift Driver (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 2016 - 01/2016
  • Operated a propane forklift.
  • Unloaded, picked, staged and loaded products for shipping.
  • Loaded and unloaded trailers in a safe and secure manner.
  • Put freight away in a timely manner.
  • Oversaw warehousing and storage practices and housekeeping.
  • Worked at a rapid pace to meet tight deadlines.
  • Operated powered lift trucks, floor sweepers, pallet jacks and forklifts safely, with a 0% incident rate.


TMS Automotive - Warehouse Coordinator (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 08/2015 - 01/2016
  • Supervised material flow, storage and state wide order fulfillment.
  • Maintained accurate stock records and schedules.
  • Selected products for specific routes according to pick sheets.
  • Unloaded, picked, staged and loaded products for shipping.
  • Conducted monthly, quarterly and yearly inventories of warehouse stock.
  • Oversaw hiring and training of 20 new employees each quarter.
  • Oversaw warehousing and storage practices and housekeeping.
  • Received incoming shipments and reviewed contents against purchase order for accuracy.
  • Worked at a rapid pace to meet tight deadlines.
  • Operated powered lift trucks, floor sweepers, and forklifts safely, with a 0% incident rate.
  • Used propane forklift to load trailer at warehouse.
  • Packed containers and re-packed damaged containers.
A&M Carriers - Box Truck / Shuttle Driver (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 05/2015 - 08/2015
  • Followed checklists to verify that all important parts were examined.
  • Organized work records and filed reports.
  • Completed a daily pre-trip inspection checklist before first delivery of the day.
  • Picked up and delivered cargo in a 26' box truck using knowledge of roads, highways and interstates.
  • Operated motor vehicles in a safe and efficient manner.Verified loads against shipping papers.
  • Notified branch management of any vehicle safety concerns and issues.
  • Obtained signatures needed to complete and process all paperwork in a timely manner.Inspected and maintained gas, oil and water levels as well as tires, lights and brakes.
  • Processed shipment documents neatly and efficiently for each load.
  • Obtained and maintained proper delivery authorization and pickup documentation.
  • Retained valid proof of insurance and registration in vehicle at all times.
  • Transported freight from origin to destination in a safe and timely manner.
  • Picked up customer loads in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Obeyed traffic laws, and follow established traffic and transportation procedures.
Pinnacle Staffing - Human Resource Coordinator (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 2015 - 03/2015
  • Analyzed employment-related data and prepared required reports.
  • Prepared discipline and adverse action letters and notices.
  • Tracked employee incentive awards.
  • Gather, review, and evaluate documents and prepare evidence files for a variety of employee and labor relation actions.
  • Develop handouts and training materials for new employee orientation sessions.
  • Reviewed personnel action requests for completeness and accuracy to determine conformance with regulations, policies and other appropriate laws and procedures.
  • Researched and analyzed complaints raised by current or former employees regarding denied claims, loss or coverage and other related health benefits.
  • Conducted reference and background checks on all job applicants.
  • Developed creative recruiting strategies that met anticipated staffing needs.
  • Communicated the duties, compensation, benefits and working conditions to all potential candidates.
  • Managed all phases of recruitment, including defining hiring management needs and posting available positions.
  • Created new employee self-evaluation forms that focused on employee performance, competencies, engagement and development.
  • Contacted all job applicants to inform them of their application status.
  • Supported employee relocation and integration by helping new hires establish housing, schooling and registration.
  • Researched and recommended new sources for candidate recruiting.
  • Drafted internal announcements and sent them in a timely manner.
  • Employed multiple feedback mechanisms and analysis to continuously improve the recruiting process.
  • Built social networks to find qualified candidates.
  • Offered necessary referral support for the Employee Assistance Program.
  • Thoroughly explained the employee handbook during new employee orientations.
  • Maintained an accurate candidate tracking system.
  • Organized all monthly and quarterly reviews for all associates.
  • Conducted more than 40 interviews each month.
  • Resolved simple informal complaints of employees.
  • Review completed work of the employees
  • Instruct employees on specific tasks and job tech.
  • Balance the workload among employees.
  • Maintain records of work accomplishments.
  • Greet visitors and applicants.
  • Verify data required for processing of forms and records.

 

Prairie Quest (PQC) - Secretary I (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 06/2014 - 08/2014
  • Verify accuracy of information being quoted based on given guidance.
  • Research the facts to provide a comprehensive reply.
  • Analyze written correspondence to provide corrective action.
  • Research supplies to determine office requirements.
  • Prepare correspondence for management signature.
  • Prepare a variety of correspondence in correct grammatical format.
  • Distribute information to the appropriate branch.
  • Respond to telephonic inquiries from customers.
  • Exercise tact and sound judgment when assisting customers.
Cadet Command - Senior Military Personnel Technician (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 09/2011 - 06/2014
  • Monitored Cadet Command Information management system (CCIMS).
  • Reviews enrollment and disenrollment requests for compliance to regulations and policies.
  • Ensure timely processing of Cadet actions.
  • Assist selectee with all aspects of the application and selection process for the duration of the training program.
  • Prepare correspondence to customers to obtain evidence and/or additional information concerning requests.
  • Respond in writing to inquires or requests for information.
  • Write letters and other documents requiring detailed information.
  • Review content of letters or other documents for completeness, correctness or consistency.
  • Contact customers to obtain evidence and/or additional information concerning requests.
  • Respond to sensitive problems described by a person in a professional manner.
  • Provide guidance or assistance on procedures to customers.
  • Respond orally to inquiries or requests for information to individuals and/or groups.
  • Conduct fact-finding inquiries via the telephone to identify customer needs.
  • Obtain facts for making decisions or recommendations as it pertains to rules, regulations or laws.
  • Verify accuracy and completeness and information on paper, computer documents or records.
  • Process incoming forms, records, or other documents while checking for completeness and accuracy as it pertains to rules and regulations in completing requests.
  • Process items on an integrated automated case processing system
  • Enter, edit and retrieve data for reports and other correspondence without error.
  • Maintain security or confidentiality of records, equipment or computer access.
  • Input actions in a database and/or spreadsheet software to design databases and spreadsheets.
  • Compile information as it relates to a specific case or client in an organized manner.
  • Work with others as a team to complete projects.
  • Complete work according to established timeframes and standards.
  • Organize workload to handle changes and arrange priorities to meet deadlines.
  • Prepare a variety of correspondence.
  • Identify discrepancies in board packets and resolve issues as necessary.
  • Verified data on all components of submitted board packets.
  • Track completion of accessions documents.
  • Responsible for timely and accurate processing of cadet actions.
  • Develops replies to inquires by interpreting regulations, policies, procedures, and precedent decisions.
  • Replies of inquiry are made to command officials indicating action taken and rationale for action.
  • Ensures implementation within the organizations and field elements by coordination of indicated actions.
  • Action may include providing recommendation for changes to regulations, policies, etc.
  • Coordinates with staff specialists/military personnel clerks/technicians to resolve cases of undetermined scholarship status due to complexities and other circumstances.
  • Confers directly with ROTC Region headquarters and Professors of Military Science to coordinate efforts of organization that may lead to scholarship cadet or prospective cadet disenrollment or disqualification.
  • Develops procedural guidance and responds to request (written/oral) for guidance, policy, information and other assistance in administering the ROTC scholarship programs.
  • Reviews and evaluates program policy and procedure and revises when necessary.
  • Compiles and evaluates appropriate statistical data to determine need to change program.
  • Responds to requests for scholarship information on individual cases determining eligibility with alternatives presented if ineligible.
  • Determines coordination requirements.
  • Accomplishment of work requires tact and diplomacy in the presentation of alternatives.
  • Develops responses for inquires from congress, other government officials, school officials, or parents of applicants by interpreting regulations, policies, procedures, and precedent decisions.
  • Replies to inquiries are made indicating action taken and rationale for action.
  • Provides staff assistance in administering all elements of the overall Army ROTC Scholarship program.
  • Reviews scholarship applications.
  • Resolves a variety of scholarship cases involving questionable or missing records and the application of laws and regulations.
  • This requires insight into the relationship between the various scholarship programs and policies.
  • Serves a final clerical reviewer in the review and approval of personnel transactions required in the processing, eligibility determination, interpretation of ruling and regulations (which are developed to ensure cadets will meet the requirements for entrance into the military service), inputting information into the data base and files maintenance.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
1-48TH Infantry Battalion - Human Resources Assistant (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 04/2009 - 09/2011
  • Performed functions of a Human Resource Assistant (Military/OA) pertinent to the processing of personnel actions pertaining to military personnel (both permanent party and trainees assigned to the battalion) which includes, but limited to, NCOERs, awards, finance, promotions, leaves, passes, TDYs, discharged and UCMJ.
  • Coordinates with Headquarters to resolve problems.
  • Updated Enlisted Record Briefs (ERBs) such as awards, assignments, rank, home of record, APFT tests for the Soldiers assigned to the Battalion Headquarters and the 6 companies assigned to the Battalion.
  • Assists Executive Officer, assists Battalion Commander, staff assistant, personnel adviser and overall supervision.
  • Responsible for the operation of the Battalion Personnel and Administrative Center (PAC).
  • Provided customer service assistance.
  • Conducted in/out processing interviews.
  • Prepared and mailed welcome packets to incoming Soldiers.
  • Maintained a control log book to track leaves and passes.
  • Forwarded approved leave requests to finance and monitored to make sure that leave dates were correctly processed.
  • Overseen finance actions for Military personnel and acted as liason between BN HQs and the 6 companies assigned to the BN HQs and the servicing finance unit.
  • Provided daily accountability status and other statistical data to the command group and other appropriate agencies.
  • Submitted required Electronic Military Personnel Office EMILPO) transactions and updated personnel accountability and reporting rosters according to regulations.
  • Conducts asset inventories.
  • Provides administrative support to the Commander, battalion staff, unit commanders and assigned/attached units.
  • Serves as the essential liaison between supported companies, the Battalion and the Military Personnel Division.
  • Responsible for oversight of all personnel actions flowing through the Battalion.
  • Research, interprets, and applies regulatory guidance and procedures 
  • Establishes and maintains filing systems in accordance with Army Records Information Management System(ARIMS).
  • Requisitions publications, maintains publications and distributes publications.
  • May fill in as battalion secretary as necessary.
  • Deals with keeping track of the Battalion Personnel Status Report (PERSTAT), handles the Post Trainee
  • Population Report (56-1), and updates the Battalion Holdover Report.
  • Also in charge of handling the Brigade Daily Status Report, Threshold Report and strength numbers report.
  • Prints out the EMILPO reports (AAA-162-165) bi-monthly.
  • Assisted Company Commanders with pre-PAI scrub of AAA-162 and coordinated with the PAS Chief and/or supporting personnel unit in advance of PAI.
  • Provides military personnel administrative support functions to the organization with responsibility for monitoring, reviewing, verifying and coordinating military personnel information and documents; and for accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of all transactions.
  • Utilizes several military personnel database systems to update, maintain, and manipulate information and to ensure the most current and accurate information is available in the systems.
  • Initiates organizational level Automated Human Resource System (AHRS) transactions such as arrivals and departures of personnel in support of Personnel Accounting and Strength Reporting (PASR); selects appropriate input; codes transactions and enters data following proper user's manuals; reviews output listings to ensure that transactions are processed correctly into the automated system.
  • Provides guidance on document preparation and submission.
  • Served as the alternate Government Purchase Card (GPC) holder.
  • Tracks gains and losses and maintains strength accountability.
  • Reviews personnel transaction registers and resolves errors and strength imbalances.
  • Performed mailroom duties, to include receiving, sorting and distribution.
  • Inspected incoming mail to identify possible hazards.
  • Processed FEDEX packages shipments to include tracking, shipping and receiving.
  • Completed U.S Postal services postal operations training.
F Company 795th Military Police Battalion - Supply Tech / Logistics (40 Hrs)
City, STATE, 06/2007 - 04/2009
    • Serves as the armorer, NBC Officer, and assistant supply specialist for the Military Police Brigade and F Co 795th MP BN.
    • Maintained supply duties and served as the primary Government Purchase Card (GPC) holder.
    • Responsible for issue, accountability, maintenance and security of weapons, NBC gear, sensitive items, and ammunition in the company arms room and assists the Battalion logisticians in supply actions.
    • As a supply tech, responsible for hand receipt accountability of all equipment assigned to the Soldiers of F 795th MP BN.
    • Conduct physical inventories of newly arrived equipment and those regularly scheduled equipment inventories.
    • Responsible for monthly sensitive items reports to be completed and turned into the BN S-4 on time.
    • Prepare reports reflecting findings and corrective actions.
    • Perform issue, receipt, storage and control of equipment.
    • Attend meetings to discuss solutions to procedural and operational problems, establishment or adoption of new procedures, etc.
    • Prepares reports based off of quarterly, semiannual and annual inventories.
    • Briefs the Company Commander on a monthly basis involving hand receipt issues.
    • Issues supplies down to four platoons within the company.
    • Conducts daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, semiannual, and annual inventories on all supplies within the company room.
    • Maintain a tracking system on ins and outs of supply equipment.
    • Works as the company liaison between PBO, Battalion S-4, TADDS, CEP, Weapons Pool, ETV PA and other areas that deal with the commander and company property.
    • Performed mailroom duties, to include receiving, sorting and distribution.
    • Inspected incoming mail to identify possible hazards.
    • Processed FEDEX packages shipments to include tracking, shipping and receiving.
    • Completed U.S. Postal services postal operations training.


    169th Engineer Battalion - Human Resource Assistant (40 Hrs)
    City, STATE, 04/2005 - 06/2007
    • Performs multiple management and clerical duties on a daily basis as a Human Resource Assistant.
    • Monitor the data input into the system by subordinate units
    • Draft orders and 4187s for personnel.
    • Battalion EMILPO (Electronic Military Personnel Office) manager to include promotions, ERBs (Enlisted Records Brief), Arrivals, Departures, and total quality management for roughly 5,000 Soldiers annually.
    • Coordinated to send promotion packets to appropriate MPD.
    • Set up promotion boards, Drill Sergeant of the quarter boards, and Soldier of the quarter boards.
    • Battalion NCOER (Noncommissioned Officer Evaluation Report) manager to include rating schemes, data verifying, updating, corrections, and total quality management for approximately 120 personnel annually.
    • Updated Battlion Headquarters rating schemes when personnel arrive, depart, or change duties/raters.
    • Monitored incoming/outgoing personnel to ensure employees receive appropriate sponsorship in accordance with regulatory guidance.
    • Maintains AHRS timeliness and accuracy within established guidelines.
    • Conducted approximately 12 award and 12 promotion ceremonies within the Battalion annually for each physical year.
    • Conducts daily and weekly security checks within the Battalion.
    • Wrote various SOPs which include NCOERs, EMILPO and Promotions.
    • Planed work to be accomplished by subordinates, set and adjusted short-term priorities and established schedules for work completion.
    • Coordinated with the company Operations NCO for all aspects of personnel service support plans, activities and operations.
    • Reviewed incoming directives, policies, and instructions from higher headquarters, other organizations and activities outside the Battalion.
    • Technologies: Include Microsoft office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Access and Publisher) Training and 
    • Conducted an NCOER class for 100 personnel within the Battalion.
    • Created and revised a lesson plan in preparation for the class to be given.
    • Conducted a train the trainer on ERBs for all of the 1SGs within the Battalion.
    • Conducts annual training to the NCOs within the Battalion on ERBs.
    • Assisted the Battalion Commander, maintained administrative personnel records of permanent party members and trainees, maintained forms and publications, conducting in processing of permanent party members, maintained records of equipment and furniture, and any other administrative tasking for the daily operations of the Battalion.
    • Consolidated company level reports, requests, and assesses for the Company and Battalion Level requirements and shortfalls in support of operations, facilities and training mission.
    Skills
    • Microsoft Word
    • Microsoft Excel
    • Access
    • PowerPoint
    • ARISS
    • E-MILPO
    • PERSTEMPO
    • EDAS
    • PeRNET
    • eTOPMIS
    • Civilian Personnel On-Line (CPOL)
    • Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS)

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    School Attended

    • Drury University 2005-2010
    • Waynesville High School

    Job Titles Held:

    • Human Resources Assistant (40Hrs)
    • Administrative Support Assistant / Security Officer (40 Hrs)
    • General Clerk III (40 Hrs)
    • Genral Clerk III (40 Hrs)
    • Fork Lift Driver (40 Hrs)
    • Warehouse Coordinator (40 Hrs)
    • Box Truck / Shuttle Driver (40 Hrs)
    • Human Resource Coordinator (40 Hrs)
    • Secretary I (40 Hrs)
    • Senior Military Personnel Technician (40 Hrs)
    • Human Resources Assistant (40 Hrs)
    • Supply Tech / Logistics (40 Hrs)
    • Human Resource Assistant (40 Hrs)

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    • High School Diploma

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