Experienced Engineer Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the military industry. Expertise in Operational Planning, Team Building, Management, Military Operations, Training, Logistics and Sustainment. Deadline-oriented and capable of handling multiple time-critical tasks simultaneously.
Fluent in English & Spanish
Risk management assessments
Shipping and transportation planning
Exceptional communication skills
Thrives on multi-tasking
Training and development
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U.S ArmyPlatoon Leader | Fort Bliss, TX | August 2013 - February 2015Platoon Leader for a combat engineer company organic to the 4th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 4th Armored Brigade Combat Team. Responsible for the planning and execution of individual Soldier training and platoon collective training for a 30-Soldier combat engineer platoon. Responsible for sustaining mission readiness of MTOE property valued at over $7 million. Responsible for the health, welfare, training, and professional development of Soldiers assigned to the platoon. Enforces the highest standards in Soldier appearance, morale, discipline, and safety. Plans, directs, and conducts engineer support of combat and peacetime operations.
U.S ArmyCompany Executive Officer | Fort Bliss, TX | February 2015 - March 2016Executive Officer for a combat engineer company organic to the 2nd Brigade Engineer Battalion, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team. Responsible for the readiness of the company with emphasis on the areas of maintenance and motor pool operations, administration, property accountability and resourcing training requirements. Additional duties include company supply discipline program monitor, arms room officer, CBRN officer, communications officer and key control custodian.
U.S ArmyBattalion Maintenance Officer | Fort Bliss, TX | March 2016 - July 2016Battalion Maintenance Officer for the 2nd Brigade Engineer Battalion; supervises over 104 clerks, mechanics, and technicians; maintenanceoversight on signal, intelligence, engineer, logistics, and armament assets in approximate value of $325,000,000; control of $3,000,000 budget to source and procure specialized military parts for Shop Stock Listing; schedules quarterly, semi-annual, and annual services on battalion fleet; ensures regulatory checks on equipment compliant with military standards for the Army Oil Analysis Program, TMDE, andOverage Repairable Items List; assigned as the Battalion Unit Movement Officer to develop mobilization plans for NTC 16-05 and OSS in accordance with federal transportation regulations.
U.S Army Battalion Engineer. | Fort Bliss, TX | July 2016 - May 2017Primary engineer staff planner for the Battalion commander. Responsible to the battalion commander for providing organizational focus and synchronizing cohesive engineer support for the entire Battalion. As a special staff officer, the principal engineer advisor to the Battalion commander and the rest of his staff. Responsible for integrating specified and implied engineer tasks into the battalion plan; with the ultimate responsibility for ensuring that supporting engineer units are completely integrated into the batalion's mission planning, preparation, and execution.
BBAFinanceInteramerican University Of Puerto RicoPuerto Rico, | 2013
As Company Executive Officer (XO), I led the challenging personnel and property management efforts of a complex Modified Table Of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) change, effectively building my company from the ground up.
These efforts allowed my company to successfully execute all assigned missions and my ability to extend influence outside of my unit exceeded what was expected of a company XO.
As Battalion Maintenance Officer, served an additional duty as Unit Movement Officer. During this time, I facilitated the deployment of a Multifunctional Brigade Engineer Battalion and four enabler companies to the National Training Center (NTC) and expertly managed their maintenance activities throughout the rotation.
Upon completion of NTC, I successfully managed the deployment of over half the battalions equipment to the Central Command (CENTCOM) area of operations.
While serving as the Battalion Engineer (deployed to Kuwait), took over the role of Projects officer for Camp Patriot, KU, overseeing projects valued at over $2 million with the end result of improved security and expanded operations for US forces.
During redeployment, I operated as lead planner and Officer in Charge (OIC) for the Brigade's railhead operations, providing critical analysis and coordination to successfully receive 3 vessels with over 1900 pieces of equipment.