Mail Processing Clerk12/2011 to Current U.S. Post Office Waterloo Station – Waterloo,
Performs a variety of clerk duties required to process mail using automated mail processing equipment or manual methods.
On a rotation basis, performs all of the following duties: loads mail onto automated mail processing machine; pulls out non-process able items; enters sort plan and starts equipment;.
Monitors the flow of mail to ensure continuous feed; sweeps mail from individual bins to be placed into assigned mail trays.
Skillfully clears jams and contacts maintenance for assistance when required.
Prepares work area, ensuring all mail trays are labeled and necessary support equipment and other containers are in place.
Personnel Recruiter02/2005 to 06/2007 SFC U.S. Army Reserve Recruiter – Waterloo,
Conducted interviews, and counseled civilian personnel regarding aims, goals, and personal aptitude, training opportunities, and Army life; evaluates individuals educational, occupational and psychological background; contacts and communicates with school representatives, public officials, personnel managers, religious and civic leaders to present Army opportunities and programs.
Schedule applicants for testing and physical processing; provides career counseling service, recommend courses of action based on testing and physical results, and individual wants.
Execute and monitor applicant sponsorship to ensure data security.
Performs re-negotiations to enlistment military occupational specialty options/Incentives as desired by the candidate.
State of Iowa Top Army Reserve Recruiter Fiscal Year 2006.
Awarded Certificate of Achievement from Iowa Workforce Development Career Fair 2006.
Increased the future soldier program entrance rate by 15% well above the Army's goal of 85%.
Supply Manager10/2001 to 01/2005 U.S. Army – Arden Hills,
Served as a supply specialist in support of property book, hand receipts, adjustment documents, clothing records and other property accountability documents.
Reviews hand receipts against Modified Table of Organization (MTOE) and Table of Distribution and Allowance (TDA).
Plans and directs supply distribution, procurement of new equipment and organized activities for receipt, storage, and issue of materials and supplies.
Provide plans for daily mission analysis and support for the unit; serves as Observer Controller/Trainer (OC/T) for Army National Guard (ARNG) and Army Reserve (USAR) Battalions in the unit's Area of Operations; conducts assessment and evaluations for client units Annual Training and Inactive Duty Training providing oral and written technical assistance.
Effective applies fact-finding and investigative techniques to gather clear-cut factual evidence of compliance with regulatory requirements.
Maintain automated supply system for controlling accountability of organizational/installation supplies and equipment in excess of 2.5 million dollars.
I am knowledgeable in supply principles, concepts, and methodologies of supply program operations and capable of resolving supply program problems.
I was instrumental in the 1st and 340th Training Battalion of Arden Hills, Minnesota being the first unit to transfer Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE), to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin ahead of the 45 day suspense date.
Rated the best among five tenant units in the area of Physical Security within the U.S.
Army Reserve Center Managed the daily operations of the Supply Department; supervised 10 personnel Develop standard operating procedures, job aids, and internal control plan to effectively manage inventory Organized and supervised Fort McCoy Equipment Control Site inventories of materials in excess of 1.5 million dollars Specially selected to attend Defense Coordinating Element training for the battalion Awarded Command Sergeant Major's Coin during 34th Infantry Division mobilization activities Managed the accountability of sensitive communications equipment in excess of 1 million dollars.
Bachelor of Arts Degree: Industrial Technology Management5 2012University of Northern Iowa
- Cedar Falls,
Iowa Industrial Technology Management
Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts7 2009Hawkeye Community College
Iowa Liberal Arts
LEADERSHIP LOGISTICS: Decorated U.S.
Army Veteran experienced in leading, training, and counseling junior personnel.
Specialized training in synchronizing and integrating supply and administrative services functions.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: Highly rated by superiors for leadership and team building.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Area of specialization: Event Coordinator for Food service, Company drug and Alcohol prevention leader.
Works well under pressure or in crisis management situation.
Supervises or performs duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment.
Identify specific requirements for money, work force, material, facilities, and services needed to support designated programs.
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Companies Worked For:
U.S. Post Office Waterloo Station
SFC U.S. Army Reserve Recruiter
University of Northern Iowa
Hawkeye Community College
Job Titles Held:
Mail Processing Clerk
Bachelor of Arts Degree : Industrial Technology Management 5 2012 Associate of Arts : Liberal Arts 7 2009
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