Obtain a position as a Human Resource Specialist where my twenty years of professional military training, leadership, technical expertise, employee recruitment experience, personnel administration, and management will be utilized. Job Announcement Number: FEMA- 15-BP-56585-MP
Over 10 years of experience as a military professional in the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) with proven leadership abilities in emergency management operations under Emergency Support Function (ESF) #3
Possess Active SECRET Security Clearance
Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, Thomas Edison State College (expected graduation date: May 10, 2015)
Decorated Recruiter with experience in identifying, interviewing, and evaluating eligible applicants for employment
Accomplished manager that is self-motivated, goal-oriented with exceptional communication skills, dedicated to surpassing objectives, visions and goals
Experienced trainer with a proven ability to identify training and development needs, adaptive to multiple environments and surroundings
Completed over 20 independent study courses through FEMA's Emergency Management Institute
Awarded a Certificate of Achievement for the completion of the Emergency Management
Recognized as Top Senior Recruiter enabling the station to be the top senior producer in
Mentored three coworkers in rendering Funeral Honors resulting in the flawless
Recognized for demonstrating excellent oral and written communication skills
Production Specialist07/2013 to CurrentPrime PowerFt. Belvoir Schofield Barracks Fort Belvoir, VA HI
A Company, 249th Engineer Battalion (Prime Power), Schofield Barracks, HI Supervisor: Weaver Prosper Phone: (803) 885-7331 Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Team Leader responsible for the morale, welfare, and professional development of two Prime Power Sections consisting of 27 personnel. Planned, directed, and coordinated administrative functions for all personnel. Provided and resourced all training. Assisted engineering officer in construction planning, scheduling, and material estimating. Assisted in the preparation of operation orders, standing operating procedures, and contingency plans. Managed and supervised the deployment, installation, operation, and maintenance of electrical power plants, distribution and fuel delivery systems in support of contingency operations and the National Response Framework (NRF). Monitored the accountability of $10M in systems and equipment.
Managed 16 personnel and coordinated 436 electrical assessments for FEMA Region 1 covering 35K square miles
Directed the execution of over 80 electrical assessments for the state of Hawaii as part of the NRF response training saving the state in excess of $800K
Developed, planned, and conducted an in-depth and systematic training program that prepared 23 newly assigned personnel to deploy in support of disaster operations under the NRF
Awarded a Certificate of Achievement for the completion of the Emergency Management Institute's Professional Development Series Supervisor: Anthony Campo Phone: (253) 820-3771 Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Supervised the deployment, installation, operation, unit level and direct support maintenance of utility grade electrical power plants. Trained personnel to isolate and repair complex malfunctions utilizing diagnostic tests and troubleshooting techniques. Supervised assessments of electrical distribution systems and facilities. Estimated the manpower, equipment, and materials necessary to accomplish the installation of power stations and construction of associated systems. Managed electrical projects, devised and implemented safety programs and served as Liaison Officer for echelons above USACE. Supervised Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) operations for contracted electrical projects, equipment and contract personnel. Temporarily assigned to support Overseas Contingency Operations and the National Response Framework. Responsible for $4M worth of tools and equipment.
Successfully conducted electrical assessments on over 30 critical infrastructure facilities in Guam to ensure the availability of proper interim power generation for emergency operations
Managed the upgrade and modification of the U.S. Army Priority Air Transport hangar on Hickam Airfield, HI saving the Army $8K in repair costs
Assigned as QA/QC for the annual maintenance contract for 108 FEMA emergency generators due to technical expertise
Supervised a team of 13 personnel during Hurricane Sandy relief operations under the NRF, responsible for assigning workload to personnel, tracking and reporting accomplishments, and resolving issues Supervisor: Derek Harvin Phone: (803) 885-8180 Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Managed the installation, operation, and maintenance of power plants, associated systems, equipment and personnel. Prepared plant equipment for movement, storage and installation. Served as a technical inspector to determine faulty operation and maintenance practices. Isolated complex malfunctions utilizing diagnostic tests and troubleshooting techniques. Supervised electrical assessments of electrical distribution systems and facilities. Assisted in QA/QC operations for electrical projects, equipment and contract personnel. Determined repair and overhaul requirements, cost effectiveness and method of accomplishment for power plant equipment and associated systems. Served as the Safety Manager for the organization.
Handpicked by senior staff to lead the final engine test run for the retrofit program of the Mobile Electric Power (MEP) 810 in West Plains, MO
Utilized technical expertise to design an emergency power generation system for two critical Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity facilities
Developed a special tools list for the Caterpillar 3456 engine rebuild program increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of the program
Managed the company's Safety Program resulting in no accidents or violations by providing appropriate safety and health training, accident prevention, and investigation training for managers and supervisors Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan Supervisor: Jesse Mitchell Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes 3 Supervised and served as COTR for high voltage electrical contractors and advised Bagram Base Commander on high, medium and low voltage operations. Reviewed contract and recommended changes in contract terms to the Contracting Officer. Monitored and evaluated contractor performance. Reviewed contractor invoices and recommended corrective actions. Inspected and accepted contract deliverables. Performed site reconnaissance and QA/QC for the installation of all high voltage power production and distribution projects. Conducted load and cost assessments for electrical projects and developed recommendations and priorities for the use of troop construction to support base electrical operations.
Managed over $44M in new electrical installation contracts, a threefold increase over previous rotation
Conducted direct negotiations with electrical contractors saving the government over $3.5M
Successfully coordinated the movement of 39 lifecycle generators valued at $1.2M throughout Afghanistan maintaining 100% accountability
Developed and implemented a plan to harvest unused electrical transformers saving $800K in procurement and shipping costs Supervisor: Eboni Imhotep Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Operated and maintained electrical power plants. Performed mechanical, electrical and instrumentation functions necessary to install and prepare power station equipment for initial startup. Analyzed plant equipment and system operating characteristics to determine operational condition. Performed electrical assessments on electrical distribution systems and facilities. Repaired and overhauled generating equipment and associated system components.
Assisted in the installation of a 5 megawatt power-barge for U.S. Department of Energy that provided emergency power during Hurricane Katrina recovery operations
Selected above 14 coworkers to be temporarily assigned as a COTR supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan
Expertly conducted 150 electrical assessments as part of the USACE Hurricane Katrina response effort in Louisiana
Mentored three coworkers in rendering Funeral Honors resulting in the flawless execution of 13 funerals honoring those who served Supervisor: Jeremy Zemaitis Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Instructed on the basic AC/DC concepts and various electrical measurement techniques, operated AC/DC machinery, described three-phase electrical systems and utilized protective devices and proper electrical safety procedures. The operator training phase taught students to operate, 4 maintain, and troubleshoot special diesel power generation equipment, practice proper safety procedures and interpret electrical and mechanical schematics and wiring diagrams. The academic training phase included lectures, practical exercises, and conferences about basic algebra and trigonometry, physics of motion, fundamentals of thermodynamics, fundamentals of DC and AC circuits, reading current diagrams, use of relays and circuit breakers, and proper lubrication procedures.
Selected above 20 coworkers to serve in a student leadership position
Recognized for demonstrating excellent oral and written communication skills
Successfully managed 10 personnel during shift work operations providing technical expertise over a wide range of mechanical system faults
Assistant Station Commander05/2008 to 07/2011Martinsburg Recruiting StationBaltimore, MD
Supervisor: Devin Duckworth Phone: (301) 662-6318 Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Professionally trained in prospecting, recruiting, interviewing, training, and sustaining qualified applicants. Evaluated qualified personnel for entry into the Army in accordance with applicable policies and regulations. Demonstrated the ability to communicate effectively through public speaking and active listening. Observed job descriptions and qualifications to determine 2 applicant requirements and used a variety of methods to locate candidates. Advised applicants on enlistment programs and their options. Prepared enlistment applications and processed qualified applicants. Trained and monitored future employees for new employee orientation. Established marketing techniques by perfecting the knowledge of principles and methods for showing, promoting, and discussing the Army as a career choice. Formulated marketing strategy and tactics, product demonstration, sales techniques, and sales control systems.
Resolved a retention problem by developing a mentor program for new employees resulting in a 96% retention rate which exceeded the company standard of 90%
Demonstrated technical proficiency by thoroughly reviewing and understanding regulations and procedures resulting in a 30% decrease of enlistment processing errors
Recognized as Top Senior Recruiter enabling the station to be the top senior producer in the organization
Strengthened organization staff by establishing action plans, schedules, training plans and counseled staff on candidate selection and production metrics
Bachelor of Science: Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness2015-05-21State CollegeTrenton, NJ, USBachelor of Science in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ, expected completion date: 21 May 2015
Associate in Applied Science: Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance2011State CollegeTrenton, NJ, USAssociate in Applied Science in Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance, Thomas Edison State College, Trenton, NJ, 2011
Certificate: Management2013Certificate, Emergency Management Institute's Professional Development Series, 2013
Diploma: Joint Engineer Operation Course2012Fort Leonard Wood, MO, USDiploma, Joint Engineer Operation Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 2012 Diploma, Construction Engineer Supervisor Senior Leader Course, Fort Leonard Wood,
Certificate: Manager Development Course2007The U.S. Army Training Support Center2007 Certificate, Manager Development Course, The U.S. Army Training Support Center,
Certificate: Supervisor Development Course2002The U.S. Army Training Support Center2002 Certificate, Supervisor Development Course, The U.S. Army Training Support Center,
ArmyOver 10 years of experience as a military professional in the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) with proven leadership abilities in emergency management operations under Emergency Support Function (ESF) #3 Possess Active SECRET Security Clearance Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, Thomas Edison State College (expected graduation date: May 10, 2015) Decorated Recruiter with experience in identifying, interviewing, and evaluating eligible applicants for employment Accomplished manager that is self-motivated, goal-oriented with exceptional communication skills, dedicated to surpassing objectives, visions and goals Experienced trainer with a proven ability to identify training and development needs, adaptive to multiple environments and surroundings Completed over 20 independent study courses through FEMA's Emergency Management Institute
Certificate, Emergency Management Institute's Professional Development Series Certificate, Contingency Engineer Management Course, USACE RSC, Mobile, AL Graduate Certificate, Army Recruiter Course, Fort Jackson, SC Certificate, Contracting Officer's Representative Course, Defense Acquisition University, Certificate, Manager Development Course, The U.S. Certificate, Supervisor Development Course, The U.S.
academic training phase included lectures, practical exercises, and conferences about basic
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