At an installation level responsible
for planning, programming, scheduling, and administration of Career Resource
Management Center, Transition Readiness Program. Supervise plans, directs, monitor and
implements a program established to provide Marine Corps and other transition
programs created by public law, to service those patrons.
Reports generation and analysis
Training and development
Program Manager January 2008 to CurrentDOD － Beaufort, SC
Resource Manager July 2006 to January 2008
Programs include, but not limited to, Pre-Separation Brief, Transition Readiness Program (TRP), and other related services.
Provided individual and group counseling on full range of general educational, veteran benefits, and career development opportunities to military, retired, reserve, and civilian personnel.
Evaluate and consider individual potential, program structure, resources, and subsequent individual transition plan (ITP).
Manager of the Career Resource Manager in establishing installation program goals and objectives.
Provide input on program success and program areas needing improvement.
Planned, developed, implemented and facilitated workshops for job search skills, resume preparation, and other workshops necessary to meet the career needs of clients.
Assisted in the coordination with federal, state, county, city offices, and private industry to establish integrity, efficiency of programs, and to maximize services provided to clients.
Assisted the Career Resource Manager in the Civilian Leadership Development program in solicit activity employees for planned training, arrange for appropriate mentor training, arrange for activity employees to take an assessment of skills, assist with the setup of training sessions, and workshops.
October 2005 to July 2006
40 hours per Week; Human Resources Assistant; GS-0203-05; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Marine Corps Recruit Depot, DCAC, MCRD Parris Is SC 29905; CWO4 TORINESE , 228-2393 ; may contact supervisor.
Provided assistance on the processing of personnel to transfer from of the Marine Corps.
Make's appropriate entries in military personnel service record books.
Prepared and reviewed legal separation processing through the Unit Diary Marine Integrated Personnel System (UDMIPS) for regular and reserve Marine personnel.
These processes are time sensitive entries and these entries are completed within the same date received.
Responsible for the preparations and processes on all separation files and documentation.
Provides members with appropriate documentation for utilization by the member for TMO as well as facilitates submission of appropriate documents to disbursing for payment of travel and final pay due each respective member.
Ensured unit diary entries are completed within the correct time line.
Responsible for record maintenance process regarding Reserve Officer Augmentation and separation proceedings for all permanently assigned Marines aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, SC.
Analyzed, evaluated, and summarize military personnel service record books for such information as medals, education, training information, statements of service, dates of time lost, information relative to specialty, review offenses and punishments, etc., for unit diary reporting and separation document preparation.
Experienced providing superior customer service in person and by phone.
Able to establish rapport, define and solve problems.
Demonstrated commitment, knowledge and interpersonal skills required for military personnel administration, specifically regulations and procedures that relate to the official personnel files and separation procedures and consolidated administration center.
J3 Chief February 1995 to August 1998USMC － Cuba
Briefing the Commanding Officer on status of the release of the detainees.
Supervising and assigning duties for J-3 watch standards thru out the JTF-160.
Deployed with the 24th MEU for six months.
Directly responsible for the supervising of the auditing of the service record book (SRB) for the Aviation Combat Element.
Knowledge of the requirements of the Red Cross messages notification for the Aviation Combat Element to the 24th MEU.
Associate of Arts : 2015Liberty University
High School Diploma : 1978Salem High School － Salem, VA
Appointment Eligibility: Yes-Current Permanent United States Marine Corps Civilian Veterans Recruitment Appointment and/or 30% or More Disabled Veteran 2.
PROFESSIONAL RATINGS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS None Specified OTHER INFORMATION None Specified U.S. MILITARY SERVICE INFORMATION Active Duty: 11/1982 to 11/2002 - U.S. Marine Corps Campaign badges and/or expeditionary medals received: NATO Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal Honorable Discharge Retirement Rank: E7. Date: 11/30/2002