Committed and motivated Administrative Lead with exceptional customer service and decision making skills. Strong work ethic, professional demeanor and great initiative.
Served as a Lead Military Personnel and Administrative Specialist for a Reserve Personnel Action Center (RPAC) Satellite. Responsible for duties within personnel, administrative, medical and finance functions for assigned units/Soldiers within the area of support. Duties consist of military personnel records review, military personnel actions processing, correspondence preparation, file maintenance, records disposition, military orders preparation, monitoring personnel and administrative actions, to include military personnel research actions. Provides technical advice and guidance regarding the establishment and maintenance of pay accounts for all supported Soldiers. Review and process military pay actions for supported Soldiers which includes temporary duty orders, rescheduled training, battle assembly, finance transmittal letters, medical and travel vouchers. Prepare medical Line of Duty and Incapacitation referrals. Review incoming regulations and directives relating to administration, military personnel and finance programs, functions and procedures. Perform other duties as assigned. Assist and support satellite as required.
Primary staff officer responsible for all aspects of personnel administration, logistics, and maintenance in support of 910 Soldiers and associated equipment worth in excess of 150 million dollars for an engineer battalion. Responsibilities include developing a cohesive staff through the Army's Developmental Program with focus on the Military Decision Making Process to support the commanders intent for all missions to include pre-mobilization, mobilization, deployment (combat and humanitarian operations), and redeployment with emphasis on the Army's Reset Program. Assume duties as Battalion Commander as necessary.
Maintain an in-depth knowledge of all administrative functions and responsibilities. Set up and maintain unit files IAW ARIMS. Respond to all requests for information and process all suspense's in a timely manner. Prepare general correspondence for BN Commander and Executive Officer signature. Monitor all subordinate Unit Administrators to ensure preparation and processing of personnel actions and pay transactions are completed in a timely manner. Monitor suspense's of all administrative actions and ensure completeness and accuracy. Serve as the single administrative point of contact for the Battalion. Act as the S-1 representative during the normal duty days. Supervise the AGR Battalion PSNCO and Personnel Clerk on a day to day basis. Oversee MWR funds for the battalion. Battalion FRG liaison representative. Oversee attendance for approx. 54 personnel (AGR's and Miltech's). Civilian time card tracking. Approval authority for leave for all full time employees at the Battalion. Proficient in the use of ITRS, ATTRS, ARIMS, DTS, IWS, Power Point, TAPDB-R, Windows, Excel, AKO My Forms, Pure Edge and RLAS programs. Lead person for personnel section for USR turn in and overall turn in to BDE. IMPAC card billing official for the BN. DTS reviewer for all vouchers. Lead for all Red Cross processing, financial issues and personnel reports for the battalion. Other areas of responsibility: all Officer Actions, Legal Actions, transfers of personnel, Suicide Prevention Training and tracking, IG/Congressional inquiries and responses, and Medical readiness.
Duties: Leads an Army Reserve Engineer Company supporting maneuver units on the battlefield. Supports combat operations by planning and executing the following missions: (a) Enhance friendly force mobility, (b) Perform countermobility tasks to delay enemy forces and maximize effectiveness of friendly fires, (c) Enhance friendly force survival, (d) Perform general engineer tasks and (e) Fight as infantry when required. Responsible for safety, health, welfare, training and combat readiness of an authorized strength of 99 Soldiers. Supervises 2 Active Guard Reserve soldiers and 2 civilians in the operations of supply, administration, maintenance and training. Ensures this company is prepared to deploy, survive and sustain itself while performing its battlefield mission. Supervisory responsibility for mechanized, wheeled and other equipment valued in excess of 18 million dollars. Reduced non-participants to less than 1%, led company to 2 major exercises with superior results, raised the company pass rates and APFT scores and led the battalion in all collective training tasks.
Special Staff Officer who represents the Commander during operations to help facilitate communication between the battalion and brigade or division, to preserve freedom of action and maintain flexibility. Provide Commanders with relevant information and answers to operational questions. Convey the Commanders intent and guidance, mission and concept of operations. Represent the Commanders position. Improve the commanders' situational understanding and reduce the possibility of conflicting guidance, frequent planning changes, and inefficient execution of deployment tasks. Inform Commander of upcoming missions, tasks, Intel and orders from higher headquarters. Resolve issues at the higher headquarters before involving the battalion which includes supply, transportation, route clearance and construction, personnel and medical.
Principle Staff officer responsible for all matters concerning human recourses, including personnel readiness and personnel services. Monitors and analyzes the personnel strength of the battalion, coordinating with the battalion executive officer and the operations officer to ensure all operations are supported from a personnel services perspective. Coordinates and monitors all movement of personnel unfit for duty, on emergency leave and normal leave. Track, review and forward all NCOER'S, OER'S, promotions and military awards within the battalion. Provide initial review and input station for all personnel in the financial arena and assist personnel with access to supporting PSB for matters above battalion-level. Assist the battalion commander and Chaplin with morale and organization issues. On Active Duty Feb-Aug 2003 for Operation Iraqi Freedom. Received Army Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Navy Presidential Unit Citation, National Defense Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with M device, Global War on Terrorism Service and Expeditionary Medal.
Makes Sales and service visits to market products and render other needed services in the homes of current and prospective policyholder's: provides prompt policyholder's service; communicates effectively with actual and prospective policyholder's; utilizes multiple source prospecting system to obtain new customers. Processes strong communication skills; strong work ethic; licensed in Life and Health insurance in Ohio and Indiana.
Operations Officer for a 452 soldier mechanized combat engineer battalion. Assists and advises the S-3 on matters concerning operations, planning and training the battalion. Coordinates and oversees the execution of all current and future operations for the battalion. Keeps the S-3 informed of all critical issues and conduct daily operations in conformance with the commanders and the S-3's guidance and directives. Serves as Battle Captain during field and combat operations.
Experienced tractor-trailer driver with single axle tractors and 48', 45' and 28' trailers. CDL with Haz Mat, Doubles, Triples endorsements. Provides timely deliveries and pickups, customer service, troubleshooting problems and giving leads to sales rep for additional sales. Awarded Safe Driving Award for 7 consecutive years.
Served as the Logistics officer for a Forward deployed U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. Responsible for the management of all classes of Supply, Equipment, Equipment Maintenance, Transportation, Travel, Plans and Operations. Processes requests for Passports, Visas, Theatre Clearances and Travel Services. Executes the Ration Control Program. Accountable for Real Property and maintains Far East Districts Support Agreements. Coordinates with all Area Support Units for Quality of Life issues, Real Estate Issues and Movement, to include movement of personnel, convoy clearances and movement orders. Responsible for planning, coordinating and executing FED's Mobilization Plan for Evacuation, Mobilization and Relocation upon command of execution of Mobilization Plan. Enforces and supervises Safety Standards. Performs other duties as assigned. Awarded the Army Achievement Medal during the exercise in 1999.
GPA: 3.2 of a maximum 4.0
Credits Earned: 24 Quarter hours
GPA: 2.5 of a maximum 4.0
Credits Earned: 128 Semester hours
Coursework in World and Military History
GPA: 3.5 of a maximum 4.0
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