Highly trained and highly skilled HR Trainer and Manager who communicates and collaborates effectively with all levels of personnel by relying on excellent interpersonal skills, outstanding customer service and a solid experience in human resources management.
Was selected above peers for Presidential Duty in Washington D.C. while assigned to the 3rd U.S. Infantry Old Guard.
Top New Recruiter, Montgomery Recruiting Battalion FY 2002, and top quarterly producer multiple times during years on duty with the battalion.
Was selected above his peers to convert from Army field recruiter to Station commander.
Successfully lead a rifle squad during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, attributing to the companies mission success and zero loss of equipment or personnel.
Was selected out of the top 10% of peers in the Infantry to be an Observer Controller Trainer (OCT) at the Joint Readiness Training Center.
Platoon leader OCT who observes and trains squads deploying in support of the Global War on Terrorism; conducts advanced collective training at the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) during 10 rotations a year; conducts squad and NCO after action reviews (AARs); coaches teaches, and mentors rotational Soldiers and Platoon leadership on operations in the contemporary operational environment (COE); ensures all training is conducted safely; responsible for $100,000 worth of equipment.
Combat Infantry squad leader assigned to a forward deployed Air Assault Infantry Rifle Company executing combat operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom; responsible for the maintenance and accountability of all squad equipment and one up-armored mine resistant ambush protected vehicle deployed to Afghanistan with all organic BII valued in excess of $850,000.00 dollars; responsible for the health, welfare, morale and professional development of nine soldiers; assists the platoon leader in planning and preparing for combat missions. Was also responsible for implementing screening processes for detainees and captured enemy combatants using HIIDE systems during both deployments.
Commander of a multi-man recruiting station; trains, supervises and organizes the daily activities of four assigned recruiters; develops subordinates in leadership, prospecting, interview techniques, and the development of civilian awareness programs; documents historical and evaluative data; responsible for the station accomplishing all assigned recruiting objectives; has direct leadership responsibility for the training and accountability of all members of the Delayed Entry Program; promotes the Army image 24 hours a day.
Received training in proper mentoring of platoon leadership, preparing and engaging in multiple training events designed to train and prepare soldiers for deployment to a combat theater.
Received training in core infantry training residuals. During 7 week concentration was given hands on training and development in advanced infantry training and tactics. Developing subordinate leadership and soldier welfare.
Received concentrated study in recruiter management, and applicant processing. Recruiting and maintaining applicants/future soldiers in Delayed Entry Program. Also concentrating on market saturation, lead generation and prospecting.
Was given marketing strategies, basic face to face recruiting skills, cold call training. Packet preparation, applicant qualification training, and future soldier management. Was also given public speaker training.
The Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOA) is trained to be a civil rights specialist who provides civil
rights services, at field-level, to both military and civilian members. The EOA becomes an
expert in CG policies, Civil Rights laws, and providing guidance and assistance
High School Graduate
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