Seeking a program coordinator leadership role where my proven organizational, planning, financial, analytical, extensive logistics and coaching skills can be leveraged to create and foster high-performing teams to desired outcomes. Senior operations leadership experience that encompasses systems development of multi-disciplinary teams to sustained excellence.
Proven ability to plan, manage, and communicate major initiatives to a multifunctional staff and stakeholder organization.
Program design, development, and implementation expertise that maximize synergies and alignment with existing operations.
Operations Center SupervisorAug 2012 - Current
Chief Operations OfficerMay 2011 - Aug 2012 United States Army Joint Base Lewis McChord
Deputy Transition Team LeadAug 2009 - Jan 2011 United States ArmyFort Stewart, GA
United States Army US ArmySanta Clara, California
Assistant Operations OfficerApr 2006 - Apr 2007 United States ArmySanta Clara, California
Salary: 6420.00, 60 hours week Supervisor: Steven Fusinetti firstname.lastname@example.org may be contacted Duties: US Government Site lead for the US Army's initiative to design and produce the next generation of combat vehicles and protection systems.
Identified and corrected a major design limitation in the Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV), saving the US taxpayers approximately $22.2 million.
Consulted by One-Team Partners on the Active Protection System architecture and design, accelerating planned enhanced capabilities by five to seven years.
Oversaw technical design integration testing that verified proof of concepts.
Developed and advised through detailed reports outlining development and production progress, and capabilities maturation to senior stakeholders.
CommanderAug 2004 - Apr 2006 United States ArmyColorado Springs, CO
Salary: 5819.00, 168 hours week Supervisor: Jeffery Martindale Duties: Charged with the planning and monitoring, supervising of ongoing operations.
Responsible for command and control operations the Tactical Operations Center allocating assets in the Sunni Triangle, Iraq.
Additionally, led the Military Transition Team for a partnered Iraqi 500 man unit Served as Operations Officer allocating US, Allied and Iraqi resources to support Iraqi.
Reorganized and trained an Iraqi Army battalion of 600 soldiers.
Junius Lofton _______________________________________________________________professional profile (page 3 of 5).
Unit Human Resource Manager/Personnel OfficerNov 2003 - Aug 2004 United States ArmyColorado Springs, CO
Salary: 5819.00, 168 hours week Supervisor: Jeffery Martindale Duties: Mid-level unit leader consisting of 63 personnel, and over $80 million in equipment.
Responsible for the training, professional development, morale, welfare, and health of all and their families.
Taught, trained, mentored, and counseled subordinate personnel to produce a cohesive, trained and combat ready team.
Planned and supervised an adaptive training scenario in preparation for deployment to Iraqi resulting in winning the Top Tank and Top Tank Company in the Brigade.
Developed and executed a creative urban training program using the streets of Colorado Springs, to simulate real world urban terrain.
Deployed to and from Kuwait and Iraqi with no lost of equipment or injuries to personnel.
Primary US authority for a 1300 square KM area reducing IED attacks by 50 percent in three months.
Key US representative in the town and county of Ad Dujayl, Iraqi securing witnesses who testified against the Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
Assistant Logistical OfficerNov 2001 - Apr 2003 United States ArmyColorado Springs, CO
Salary: 5235.00, 168 hour/ week Supervisor: Aubrey Garner Aubrey.email@example.com Duties: Primary staff officer responsible for the supervision and human resources requirements of a 738 member Army unit.
Exercise direct supervision of seven Human Resource personnel and all of their duties to include personnel strength, accounting and management, unit administration, reenlistment, finance, awards, legal programs, managed all enlisted and officer evaluations reports.
Advise the commander on personnel administration and utilization issues.
Created and coordinated construction of a new Forward Operating Base, thereby increasing the overall quality of life.
Tracked 738 personnel as they rotated between the US and Iraq for their mid-deployment leave while maintain 80 percent force strength.
Processed over 800 awards and citations for soldiers' performance in Iraqi.
Supervised the successful submission of the Units Meritorious Unit service award.
Rear Detachment CommanderJan 1999 - Jan 2000 United States ArmyColorado Springs, CO
Salary: 5235.00, 60 hours/ week Supervisor: Joseph Golden firstname.lastname@example.org may be contact Duties: Logistical officer for the largest brigade in the Army with over 4000 soldiers and 2500 pieces of equipment.
Assets and advise the lead logistical officer and the command including supply, maintenance, budget, transportation and property accountability.
Assist in planning, synchronizing and supervising deployments, redeployment and Army Quick Response Force.
Supervised two officers, and five enlisted soldiers.
Junius Lofton _______________________________________________________________professional profile (page 4 of 5) Served as the unit's primary Movement Control Officer, supervise all movement by air, land, and sea.
Managed the Government Credit Card program with 18 card holders and a 180,000 dollar monthly budget.
Planned, coordinated, and supervised 600 pieces of equipment from Texas to Colorado.
Planned and coordinated and supervised the transportation of 920 of equipment by rail and 3000 soldiers by air and ground.\ Awarded the "Hero of the Battle" at the National Training Center.
Base LewisMcChordDepartment of Defense
Salary: 8874.00, 60 hours/week Supervisor: COL Mark Obrien (253) 363-3584; may be contacted Duties: Lead a team of 40 soldiers and 4 civilians in providing regional awareness, business and operational intelligence for 36 countries in the Pacific Rim.
Served as project manager for a $1.1 million initiative to energize United States presence in the Pacific.
Financially managed and oversaw multi-million dollar classified information systems.
Oversaw business continuity amidst extensive construction of the Command Center that was completed three months ahead of while still maintaining 24 hour operations.
In partnership with an international stakeholder, served as project lead on a joint construction initiative mutually benefiting vested parties.
Base Lewis McChordDepartment of Defense
Salary: 8135.00, 60 hours/ week Supervisor: LTC Mark Atkins email@example.com; may be contacted Clearance: Department of Defense, Top Secret, November 2011 Duties: Led and oversaw a 326-member team in the management of a $30 million inventory consisting of over 5,000 items.
Established a new US Army utilizing a $120 million budget that required creating priorities and interfaced with major stakeholders.
Junius Lofton _______________________________________________________________professional profile (page 2 of 2) Enhanced effectiveness and efficiencies of key operational systems by implementing new maintenance and logistical procedures which was recognized and awarded Superior Status by Joint Base Lewis McChord.
Procured equipment and supplies for a global mission for over 300 soldiers with a budget of $50 million.
Primary lead for fiscal management, budgetary planning , staffing analysis and development.
IraqUnited States ArmyFort Stewart, GA
Salary:6420.00, 168 hours/ week Supervisor: LTC Michael Haber Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org:may be contacted Duties: Primary advisor to international stakeholder with a monthly budget of $1 million focused on financial, logistics, leadership, operations, human resources, systems thinking and building partnership.
Managed a $1.2 million contract to install security apparatus in the city of Mosul.
Planned and supervised the transition to M16 rifles for over 2,500 Iraqi soldiers in three month, while maintain security it Mosul.
Reorganized the Iraqi maintenance program for over 600 vehicles, improving efficiency and saving $2 million us dollars in six months.
United States ArmyFriedberg, Germany
Salary:4289.00 60 hours/ week.
SupervisorGeorge F. Seiferth III
Accountable for 125 soldiers and 200 family members of deployed soldiers in support of implementation of a UN Security Consul mandate.
Primary interface with forward deployed leaders.
Responsible for maintenance and accountability over $ 100 million dollars of equipment and property.
Oversaw and supervised five contractor supplied maintenance teams in Germany.
Awarded the First Armored Division Commanding General's Logistics Excellence award three times in a one year period.
Increased the personnel accountability system for daily and weekly reporting.
Panned and supervised the training, equipping and deployment of over 75 replacements to Kosovo.
Primary contact for the Family Readiness Group providing information and support to over 200 families of deployed soldiers.
Master's Degree: Organizational LeadershipEducational Brandman University Chapman University System Organizational Leadership
Anticipated graduation date in December, 2014.
US Army Command and General Staff College- Fort Leavenworth, KS
The US Army's Post-Graduate leadership Course.:
Bachelor of Arts: History1 2002 Central Washington University U.S. Army Logistics UniversityEllensburg, Washington History Training, Licenses Movement Control Officer The Department of the Army And Certifications: Project Purchasing Officer - U.S. Department of Labor Field Ordering Officer negotiations; administration; quality assurance; reporting; and purchases closeouts. US Government Purchase Card Billing Official/ Certifying Officer - US General Services Administration
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Junius Lofton _______________________________________________________________professional profile (page 5 of 5) Awards and Army Bronze Star Medal- 3-time recipient- Awarded for leadership and service Recognition: excellence in support of Army operations deployed internationally. Army Commendation Medal - 4-time recipient - Awarded for leadership excellence, exemplary performance, cost reductions, and overall superior performance. Army Achievement Medal - 6-time recipient - Awarded for leadership and management success in performance, and transportation support of globally deployed US military organizations. Personal: Top Secret Clearance. Honorable Discharge, Member of the Association of Calvary and Armor. Enjoy reading, running, cooking, and soccer.
Educational Brandman University Chapman University System
Central Washington University U.S. Army Logistics University
Job Titles Held:
Operations Center Supervisor
Chief Operations Officer
Deputy Transition Team Lead
Assistant Operations Officer
Unit Human Resource Manager/Personnel Officer
Assistant Logistical Officer
Rear Detachment Commander
Base Lewis McChord
Master's Degree : Organizational Leadership Anticipated graduation date in December, 2014.
US Army Command and General Staff College- Fort Leavenworth, KS
The US Army's Post-Graduate leadership Course. : Bachelor of Arts : History 1 2002
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