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Organization: Valour, LLC Assignment: Business Development Lead is responsible for drafting the organization's business development strategy and increasing market position by studying and evaluating the integration of new ventures with company strategies and operations. Identifies emerging gaps and opportunities in the marketplace and performs risk benefit analysis on potential opportunities providing guidance to the BD and Executive Team that promotes the overall growth of the organization that leads to increased revenue. Builds market position by locating, developing, defining, negotiating, and closing business relationships. Locates and proposes potential business opportunities by developing relationship with potential partners; discovering and exploring opportunities. Maintains business relationships with government leaders, contracting officer representatives, and business partners on current and potential contract opportunities. Closes new business deals by coordinating requirements, developing and negotiating contracts and integrating contract requirements with business operations. Organization: Valour, LLC Assignment - Organziational Intermediate Depot Maintenance Study, NAVAIR 6.7.3 Dutes: Provide oversight and direction to develop a repeatable methodology of process analysis that when applied across multiple type/model/ series aircraft will identify redundant scheduled maintenance tasks across the O/I/D maintenance continuum. The focus of the effort is to identify opportunities that will reduce Operating Costs (OC) and the Total Cost of Ownership (TOC) of each platform. The cost of doing business within these readiness metrics is measured through Ready for Tasking (RFT) aircraft assigned to the flight line. The ability lity to decrease turnaround time and the reduction of possible redundant inspection and maintenance criteria will expedite Ready for Issue (RFI) aviation assets across all levels of repair capability.
Organization: Booz Allen Hamilton Assignment: Marine Corps MV-22 Type Model Series Team Advisor, Marine Aircraft Group-26 Duties: Provides direct support to Naval Aviation Enterprise Executive Committee Flag and Senior Executive Service Officers and their Cross Functional Team Leaders. Utilize industry best practices for enterprise management, strategic planning, transformation process and policy development, executive level change management functions, and recommendations for new initiatives and revitalization of existing initiatives. Develop business process reengineering, gap analysis, and mitigation of barriers through analysis of alternatives using metrics and risk determination. Provide business case analysis determinations that support improvements in the naval aviation maintenance, life cycle support, manning and training processes; Support transformational change processes, metric analysis and process improvement techniques. Organization: Booz Allen Hamilton Assignment: Marine Corps CH-53 Type Model Series Team Advisor, Marine Aircraft Group-29 Duties: Provides direct support to Naval Aviation Enterprise Executive Committee Flag and Senior Executive Service Officers and their Cross Functional Team Leaders. Utilize industry best practices for enterprise management, strategic planning, transformation process and policy development, executive level change management functions, and recommendations for new initiatives and revitalization of existing initiatives. Develop business process reengineering, gap analysis, and mitigation of barriers through analysis of alternatives using metrics and risk determination. Provide business case analysis determinations that support improvements in the naval aviation maintenance, life cycle support, manning and training processes; Support transformational change processes, metric analysis and process improvement techniques.
September 2006- December 2008 - Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer for a Marine Aircraft Wing: Unit: 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Billets: Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer, Fixed and Rotary Wing Class Desk Officer, Process Improvement Officer, Aviation Logistics Maintenance Assessment Team Lead Duties: Provided daily oversight and management of aircraft configuration and global logistical support for more than 300 fixed and rotary-wing aircraft. Routinely developed and delivered executive level briefs to diverse audiences including military and industry leaders. Served as the Logistical Material Inspection Team Lead responsible for scheduling and ensuring the safe conduct of 42 different aviation maintenance programs and procedures administered by 29 flying squadrons and 4 intermediate repair facilities. Duties also included serving as the Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) Officer responsible for coordinating training and providing technical support for process improvement projects including the employment of the Current Readiness Model used across the Naval enterprise. September 2003-August 2006 - Quality Assurance Officer for an Intermediate Component Repair Facility: Unit: Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron -14 Billet: Quality Assurance Officer Duties: Provided oversight of the employment and management of programs and procedures that ensured quality control for an aeronautical component repair facility that included 55 separate divisions and 1100 personnel supporting 10 flying squadrons. Involved managing and monitoring 25 programs including Hazardous Material Waste Disposal, Nondestructive Inspection Techniques, and Department Safety. April 2001- August 2003 - Production Control Officer for an Intermediate Component Repair Facility: Unit: Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron-29 Billet: Production Control Officer Duties: Responsible for the processing, scheduling, induction, of aeronautical components and support equipment in the repair cycle for 4 different type aircraft. Provided direction and prioritization for 26 divisions and 400 employees that supported 115 aircraft. Designated as a certified Department of Defense Contracting Officer Representative (COR) providing oversight and liaison activities for all contractor maintenance services aboard the installation. February 1996- March 2001 - Maintenance Material Control Officer for an Organizational Squadron: Unit: Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron-162 (HMM-162) Billets: Maintenance Material Control Officer; Assistant Aircraft Maintenance Officer Duties: Planned, projected, and directed the maintenance effort of a squadron that consisted of 253 personnel and 26 rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft ensuring complete operational success. Provided oversight and management of the logistics process and development of the supply chain when operating in austere, remote locations that included coordinating and leveraging multiple agency assets and infrastructures. Managed all aviation related material requirements under strict budget constraints. Provided oversight and guidance of comprehensive plans that met both short and long term organizational goals while nurturing human resource development. January 1994 - January 1996 - Maintenance Material Control Unit: Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron-262 (HMM-262) Billets: Maintenance Material Controller Duties: Planned, projected, and directed the daily maintenance effort of a squadron that consisted of 151 personnel and 12 aircraft ensuring complete operational success. Managed the logistic processes and procedures necessary to requisition material, supplies and parts for all aviation related requirements under strict budget constraints. Provided oversight and guidance of comprehensive plans that met both short and long term maintenance department while nurturing human resource development. January 1989- December 1993 - Naval Aviation Instructor for CH46 Aircraft Mechanical and Power Plant Systems Unit: Naval Aviation Maintenance Training Group Detachment New River Billets: Mechanical Systems (AD Phase) Instructor Duties: Provide classroom and laboratory periods of instruction for enlisted technicians, pilots and aircrew covering the CH46 familiarization for both new accession and refresher students. Provided initial, MOS qualifying, training on all aircraft mechanical, flight-control, drive, rotor, and power plant systems. Provided intermediate maintenance level, MOS qualifying periods of instruction for component repair and power plant overhaul. Responsible for upkeep, scheduled maintenance, and technical upgrades for all aircraft and mechanical training devices. Performed curriculum development for new courseware; revised existing courseware and training products that aligned with customer requirements. Trained to serve as the Defense Institute Security Assistant Manager (DISAM) coordinating and providing oversight to foreign national students utilizing military and civilian training programs. April 1983 - December 1988 - Aviation Mechanic/Naval Air Crewman: Unit: Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron (HMM)-263 Billets: Flight-line Mechanic, Collateral Duty Inspector, Quality Assurance Representative, Flight Line Division: Chief, Naval Aviation Training Operating Procedures Crew Chief Instructor/Evaluator Duties: Inspected and maintained airframes, power plants, and aircraft components; performed duties related to flight line operations. Operated and maintained special shop and ground support equipment. Planned, scheduled, and directed maintenance work center activities; supervised flight line and hangar operations. Courses and Seminars Instructor Basic School, Department of Defense Project Management and Contracting Officer Representative Course, Yellow, Green, and Black Belt Process Improvement Courses, Aviation Maintenance Officer Course, Naval Aviation Quality Assurance Administration Course, Aviation Gas Free Engineering Course, Naval Master Training Specialist, Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management Training, Total Quality Management, Naval Aviation Maintenance Program Management.
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