A position utilizing management, training and leadership skills Will complete Bachelor of Applied Science-Management, Summer of 2015; accepted to Master of Arts-Organizational Management program to begin Fall of 2015
*Associate of Applied Science-Business Studies
*Completed a successful 21 year military career, with 17 plus years experience in operations, personnel and training management
*Currently possess a SECRET security clearance, expires 2017
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Instructor January 2011 to January 2015Dimond High School － Anchorage, AK
Primary Instructor for all second year cadets, specializing in curriculum centered on developing America's youth to become better citizens.
Mentored primary cadet staff members on the planning and resourcing of over 100 high school and community events.
Provided a safe and stimulating learning environment focusing on individual skills using proven teaching methods and philosophies.
Developed and published an extensive yearly curriculum master training calendar, which received first time approval from upper level management.
Implemented a comprehensive risk management program which resulted in zero injuries to cadets and staff.
Senior Training Advisor January 2010 to January 2011US Army － Fort Richardson, AK
Employee relations advisor and assistant to executive level management.
Planned, formulated, analyzed and executed training programs for an organization of 15,000 personnel.
Planned and assigned work to be accomplished by 11 subordinates, set and adjusted short-term priorities, and prepared schedules consistent with organizational goals.
Assisted in the formulation and publication of Annual Training Guidance and Standard Operating Procedures for training.
Provided oversight and made training recommendations for two organizations of 3,500 personnel, which resulted in unit preparedness certification for overseas assignments in support of the Global War on Terrorism.
Refined and maintained a program which resourced and aided scheduling of $36M worth of training equipment.
Operations Manager January 2009 to January 2010US Army － Fort Richardson, AK
Planned daily activities, training and managed logistical support for an organization of 900 personnel.
Controlled over $100K worth of computer and radio equipment.
Organized training and team building activities, designed to prepare 12 team members to operate safely and efficiently in a combat environment.
Developed briefings and completed reports for senior executive personnel using MS Office and military database software.
Served 12 months in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Synchronized maneuver forces with US Army and Afghan counterparts.
Patrolled high density areas and desert terrain on foot and in vehicles, to maintain security for local and military personnel.
All team members returned safely after deployment.
Conducted combat sustainment training each week for 12 mid-level executives, which helped maintain proficiency in marksmanship, trauma stabilization and battle skills.
Recognized by executives for outstanding performance.
Senior Advisor January 2008 to January 2009US Army － Fort Richardson, AK
Established policy and determined procedures for the organization.
Ensured junior and mid-level leadership team was trained to meet implementation schedules.
Enforced policies and standards pertaining to performance, conduct, appearance, personnel management, safety, and training for 120 entry to mid-level personnel.
Coordinated and supervised maintenance of vehicles and equipment worth over $6M.
Diligent monitoring resulted in a 95% readiness rate and a decrease in maintenance costs.
Successfully managed unit budget of $525K, by utilizing sound fiscal procedures and practices.
Awarded the Bronze Star for outstanding leadership during combat operations in Afghanistan.
Department Manager January 2005 to January 2008US Army － Fort Richardson, AK
Principal employee relations advisor and assistant to senior management.
Evaluated personnel requirements and recommended assignment of workers based on skills and knowledge.
Developed and implemented training programs for an organization of 40 entry level personnel.
Observed instruction and performance outcomes and made recommendations for adjustment on future training.
Prepared team for a 12-month deployment to Iraq.
Served 7 months in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Successfully completed missions in highly stressful environments, under pressure, and in a variety of inclement weather conditions Maintained 100% accountability of more than $1M of vehicles and weapons Awarded the Bronze Star for outstanding leadership during combat operations in Iraq.
Instructor January 2002 to January 2005US Army － Wainwright, AK
Supervised vocational and motivational training program for 75 entry-level employees during 3 week training cycles.
Monitored training presentations and suggested improvements to enhance student learning for 600 students per year.
Motivated students to succeed and overcome emotional and behavioral problems.
Counseled and mentored students, which assisted in mastery of technical material and fostered team building.
Evaluated suitability of students for continued enrollment.
Selected as Instructor of the cycle for outstanding training ability and leadership.
Selected by senior management to brief executive level management.
Associate of Applied Science : Business Studies, 2014Wayland Baptist University － Plainview, TXBusiness Studies
Computer Technology Certificate : 2005Rio Salado College － Tempe, AZ
Advanced Leadership Management Course : 2003US Army － Fort Benning, GA
Instructor Training Course : 2002US Army － Wainwright Fort Bragg, AK NCEqual Opportunity Representative Course, 3 weeks
Mid-level Leadership Management Course : 1997US Army － Benning, GA
Initial-level Leadership Management Course : 1993US Army － Fort Bragg, NC
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