GLWACH, DCAOctober 2009 to July 2011Office Automation Clerk Fort Leonard Wood, United States, MO
Readiness/Security Branch Salary: 28,922.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 In support of administration of the Medical Soldier Readiness Program performed the full range of receptionist, record keeping and miscellaneous clerical duties.
Received visitors and telephone calls and referred to appropriate source or furnished information requested.
Skill in the operation of a computer terminal with a standard typewriter style keyboard and special function keys, to include related equipment (e.g., printers, modems), to perform tasks in an efficient and timely manner.
Screened patients to determine the purpose and their eligibility for soldier readiness processing.
Created and maintained patient's medical records and a variety of files.
Obtained, compiled and summarized statistical data in accordance with specific instructions or procedures.
Coded data on a variety of forms to facilitate entry into automated systems.
Knowledge of software to produce a wide range of documents requiring use of advanced software functions to enhance productivity such as graphics, revise, correct electronic drafts update or revise existing databases or spreadsheets.
Practical knowledge and understanding of Medical Soldier Readiness regulations set forth by AR 220 1 Unit Status Reporting, AR 40501 Standards of Medical Fitness, FORSCOM Regulation 50031 Forces Command Mobilization Plan, Chapter 7 of Personnel Planning Guidance (PPG), including guidance from the Department of Defense and each Service.
Knowledge of Privacy Act data protection standards.
Practical knowledge of processing principles, procedures, and techniques related to SRP requirements and processes.
Knowledge and skill to use standardized SRP processing principles, procedures, equipment, and supplies for the purpose of processing Soldiers.
Screen Soldiers to determine eligibility for physical health assessment in accordance with DOD standards and on order by the SRP physician.
Ability to operate computer, and manipulate data using prescribed patterns ability to work with MEDPROS and recognize data entry errors.
Ability to communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to tactfully draw information from Soldiers during prescreening interviews.
Ability to interpret and articulate Medical Readiness requirements to Soldiers, staff members, and SRP providers.
Knowledge of standard medical terminology and screening procedures, screen Soldiers medical records for deployment and individual medical readiness requirements.
Update medical records, both paper and electronic.
Knowledge and communication skills to train and provide in service training to new and current employees on medical readiness requirements.
Basic knowledge and ability to use basic office automation equipment, i.e., personal computers, QWS database, MEDPROS Web Data Entry, and Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application AHLTA), and Composite Health Care System (CHCS).
Knowledge of database systems sufficient to enter and extract information necessary to process Soldier for deployments and assignments.
Processed paperwork for over 12,987 Soldiers processing through the Fort Leonard Wood Power Support Platform.
Exhibited a high degree of administrative knowledge while managing a myriad of critical mobilization related task with superior results.
Superior ability to adapt rapidly to changing situations, patients and staff.
Strong team player, loyal and dedicated to support the Army mission, and committed to provide the best support and customer service to Soldiers.
Supervisor: Brian Bennett ((573)3960131/63752) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Contact me first.
21st Military Police CompanyJanuary 2004 to May 2005First Line Supervisor Fort Bragg, NC
Salary: 2,060.70 USD Per Month Hours per week: 40 Functioned as the unit Personnel and Administrated Center Non Commissioned Officer in Charge, providing administrative and technical support for approximately 180 soldiers.
Performed day to day administrative tasks such as maintaining information and personnel files as well as processing paperwork.
Applied knowledge of Microsoft Office capable of entering data, composing memos, maintaining a database, or preparing slide presentations.
Demonstrated effective communication, and provided information to supervisors, coworkers, subordinates, and other by means of telephone, in written form, email, or in person.
Developed constructive and cooperative working relationships with others and maintained them over time.
Goal oriented, can develop specific plans to prioritize, organize, and accomplish all work in a timely manner.
Scheduled meetings, maintained time lines for activities and the work of others.
Opened, sorted, and distributed incoming correspondence to include faxes and email.
Managed the filing, maintaining , and retrieving of military documents, records, and reports.
Proficient with the use and research of Army regulations in order to ensure compliance with Army policies.
Completed personnel, financial, and administrative military forms.
Assisted unit personnel with updating and maintaining personnel records using the Electronic Military Personnel Office application.
Prepared and maintained the list of monthly evaluations due for appropriate soldiers.
A motivated selfstarter, able to quickly grasp issues and attend to details while maintaining a view of the big picture.
Expert in juggling multiple tasks while exercising a high degree of judgment, discretion, and initiative to achieve ontime completion of assigned workload.
Creative, resourceful and flexible able to adapt to changing priorities and maintain a positive attitude and strong work ethic during the process.
Great ability to maintain confidentiality of work records.
Strong ability to operate office machines and type at a speed necessary for successful job performance.
21st Military Police CompanyDecember 2001 to January 2004Team Leader Specialist Fort Bragg, NC
Salary: 1,665.30 USD Per Month Hours per week: 40 Performed as a team member in support of battlefield operations, installation law and order operations, and security of Army resources located on Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Lead a military police team in support of battlefield operations.
Supervised a team in support of security and installation law and order operations.
Trained subordinates in Military Police combat operations in preparation for Operation Iraqi Freedom II.
Maintained up to date monthly counseling files for mentored soldiers.
Aided in the growth and development of junior enlisted soldiers.
Operated a computer and dealt with Army forms in order to accomplish required tasks.
Exercised scrupulous attention to detail, ensuring enforcement of Army regulations and post policies.
Apprehended subjects on Fort Bragg believed to have taken part in criminal activity based on observations and/or reliable reports in the course of basic Military Police duties.
Performed preliminary criminal investigations by determining offense, interviewing parties involved, collecting evidence, and obtaining information needed to complete a Military Police Report.
Initiated a Chain of Custody during investigations of shoplifting from AAFES facilities.
Conducted interviews of witnesses, victims and/or complainants while performing law enforcement activities.
Documented relevant information on a Written Sworn Statement, assisting in the completion of a Military Police Report and/or apprehension of suspect.
Responded to a bomb threat, assisted in securing the building and scene within a 100 meter radius, controlled traffic and pedestrian movement as well as scene access, and obtained initial information.
Called to domestic disturbances and neighbor disputes, conducted preliminary interviews and completed necessary Written Sworn Statements and other related paperwork, apprehended the suspect and further processed him/her in accordance with post policies and procedures.
Worked Installation Access Control Points ensuring that only authorized traffic was granted access.
Performed many vehicle searches looking for explosive devices or prohibited items at an Installation Access Control Point.
Worked at the Fort Bragg truck stop access control point where searching the undercarriage, exterior and interiors of commercial and civilian vehicles was paramount to the safety and security of soldiers, civilians, and structures on the installation.
Conducted Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) money escorts, providing security from point of origin to the final destination.
Ensured that money was transferred to intended persons or places without incident.
Dealt with the investigation of suspected impaired drivers.
Conducted pre exit and standardized field sobriety testing to determine probable cause.
When applicable, completed Alcohol Influence Reports, United States District Court Violation Notices, and Military Police Reports to charge vehicle operator.
Deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Operated a listening post observation post located outside of Kandahar Airfield.
Interacted with the Afghan National Army to gain intelligence of surrounding activities.
Assisted in the operation of the Kandahar Access Control Point.
Searched visitors, and local workers entering the airfield.
Issued work badges and passes to workers and visitors.
Conducted area and zone reconnaissance missions.
Provided security during convoy escorts and main supply route patrols.
Provided a safe, secure, and humane environment to detainees as a guard of the Kandahar Short Term Holding Facility.
Observed detainees in closed confinement for deviant behaviors preventing the possibility of attempted escapes and negative incidents.
21st Military Police CompanyApril 2000 to December 2001Team Member Fort Bragg, United States, NC
Salary: 1,214.85 USD Per Month Hours per week: 40 Participated in law enforcement patrols by observing suspicious persons or activities, enforcing laws and regulations.
Took actions to safeguard Soldier and public safety by responding to incidents, completing reports, and recording information observed or received.
Employed proper hand and arm signals while conducting traffic control operations in the Fort Bragg community to ensure the safety of pedestrians while maintaining a smooth flow of traffic during special events, traffic hazards, and physical fitness formations.
Completed multiple transports of offenders, victims, and personnel in a Military Police sedan.
Ensured vehicle and passengers were searched prior to and after completion of transport in accordance with Army regulations and post standard operating procedures.
Assisted in the protection of a crime scene by assessing possible dangers and annotating observations.
Rendered emergency medical aid if needed.
Limited access to crime scene, ensuring the preservation of evidence, maintained notes privy to the crime scene and briefed the investigator upon arrival.
Fayetteville Technical Community College12/2008Associate's Degree: Criminal JusticeFayetteville, NC, United StatesGPA: GPA: 3.955 Magna Cum LaudeGPA: 3.955 Credits Earned: 83 Semester hours Criminal Justice Magna Cum Laude
University of Maryland University CollegeFall 2006ACA111 College Student Success, CIS113 Computer Basics, CJC111 Intro to Criminal Justice, CJC114 Investigative Photography, CJC231 Constitutional Law, PSY 150 General Psychology, CJC113 Juvenile Justice, CJC131 Criminal Law, CJC144 Crime Scene Processing, ENG111 Expository Writing, CJC132 Court Procedure & Evidence, CJC212 Ethics & Community Relations, REL212 Intro to New Testament, CJC112 Criminology, CJC146 Crime Scene CAD, CJC146 Trace Evidence, CJC222 Criminalsitics, CJC221 Investigative Principles, CJC244 Footwear and Tire Imprint, CJC250 Forensic Biology I, CJC245 Friction Ridge Analysis, CJC246 Adv. Friction Ridge Analysis, COM231 Public Speaking, ENG113 LiteratureBased Research.Adelphi, MD, United StatesGPA: President's List Spring 2007 Dean's List Fall 2007 President's ListPresident's List Spring 2007 Dean's List Fall 2007 President's List
Some CollegeBIO101 Fundamentals of Biology, CSI112 Computing & Information Technology, MAT151 Intro Analysis (PreCalculus), CJC146 Trace Evidence, CJC222 Criminalistics, CJC212 Ethics & Community Relations, CJC132 Court Procedure & Evidence, CJC131 Criminal Law, CJC113 Juvenile Justice, CJC112 Criminology, ENG111 Expository Writing, REL212 Intro to New Testament, CIS113 Computer Basics, CJC111 Intro to Criminal Justice, PSY150 General Psychology, CJC246 Advanced Friction Ridge Analysis, CJC250 Forensic Biology, CJC221 Investigative Principles, COM231 Public Speaking, ENG113 LiteratureBased Research, IFSM201 Concepts and Applications of Information Technology, LIBS150 Introduction to Research, CMIS102 Introduction to Problem Solving and Algorithm Design, IFSM304 Ethics in Information Technology, CCJS321 Digital Forensics, CMIT265 Fundamentals of Networking, CSIA301 Foundations of Cybersecurity, WRTG101S Introduction to Writing, CMIT320 Network Security, HIST364 Modern America: 19001945, CCJS 101 Introduction to Investigative Forensics, CCJS301 Criminalistics I, STAT200 Introduction to Statistics.: Investigative Forensics CybersecurityGPA: GPA: 3.842 Summer 2013 Dean's List Fall 2013 Dean's List Spring 2015 Dean's ListGPA: 3.842 Credits Earned: 100 Semester hours Investigative Forensics Cybersecurity Summer 2013 Dean's List Fall 2013 Dean's List Spring 2015 Dean's List
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Availability: Job Type: Permanent, Term Work Schedule: FullTime
Desired United States MO Fort Leonard Wood
Work US ARMY MEDDAC Fort Leonard Wood Series: 0326 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 04
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