An adaptive and innovative leader meticulously preparing for a professional career as a senior or mid-level manager delivering quality research, problem solving, process improvement, and verbal presentation skills that will benefit in business growth. Possesses executive maturity with the unique ability to use resources and background knowledge to mentor and empower senior peers and junior leaders to excel in successfully accomplishing their duties.
Served as the Operations Manager for Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 62nd Engineer Battalion. Managed an excess of 105 Soldiers; responsible for the morale, health, and welfare for a team of seven Soldiers and one NCO; responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of tactical operations and training. Provided supervision over company resources and equipment; responsible for the management and integration of the Company Training meeting, and school program; ensures that the Soldiers of the company are trained and resourced to accomplish the mission; assisted Battalion Schools, Training, and Deployment Readiness Non Commissioned Officers; responsible for the accountability, maintenance, and custody of equipment valued over $1.3 million; responsible for daily accountability of personnel and all Operations training requirements.
Responsible for analyzing, planning, and generating qualified applicants to join the United States Army. Implements awareness of the Army Enlistment options by canvasing a geographically dispersed region of 3,326 square miles with a population density of 147,146,000. Maintains a social network of influencers, educators, and community officials that directly impact 14 High Schools in the South West region of San Antonio, Texas.
Supervised engineering projects; interpreted construction prints; established critical path methods and equipment efficiency; conducted production estimates; overviews clearing, grubbing, stripping, excavating, backfilling, stockpiling, hauling, construction of drainage and other heavy equipment operations; performed route reconnaissance; responsible for the health, welfare and safety of over 26 Soldiers and 2 Horizontal Construction Sergeants. Ensured Soldiers met standards in personal appearance; supervised operator level maintenance; maintained accountability of Soldier's and unit's equipment and property; taught Soldiers and leads collective training; served as an instructor for construction equipment; developed unit cohesion; fostered the values of loyalty and commitment; mentored subordinates and increased productivity and efficiency within the organization.
Secret Security Clearance | JPAS Active
Software: Microsoft Office, SharePoint
Operating Systems: Mac / Microsoft Windows
DoD Systems: DTS, DTMS, NIPR/SIPRNet
Senior Leadership Development Course | Department of the Army | 2016
Army Recruiter School | Department of the Army | 2016
Advanced Leadership Development Course | Department of the Army | 2015
Unit Prevention Leader Course | Department of the Army | 2014
Basic Leadership Development Course | Department of the Army | 2011
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