Solutions-focused, versatile management professional offering a comprehensive background supporting U.S. military operations in roles of increasing responsibility during a 20-year career in the United States Army. Effective communicator who quickly masters new roles and technologies to achieve positive results.
Selected above all others for most complex and demanding tasks regardless of experience in field.
Earned multiple awards during tenure demonstrating achievement by going the extra mile on duties.
As a Staff Sergeant (E6), selected above superiors and peers to lead flight platoon.
Accountable for over $50M in property and manages spending budget. Provided oversight on construction and planning projects. Successfully reorganized section to operate at maximum efficiency.
Managed the first new airframe academic program involving creating, editing and certifying courses and instructors. Managed the installation of the United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence's (USAACE) first three simulators six months before contractual requirements
Successfully managed a safety program covering airfield safety, facility maintenance, aircraft accident investigations. Pro-activeness led to the correction of multiple safety hazards highlighted by much needed airfield repair and facility renovations.
Managed contracts worth $81 million for the US government providing essential services.Provided government contractual oversight for HVAC and welding shops throughout the country of Kuwait. Responsible for creatively lowering contract responsibilities of the government by $18 million.
Versatile responsibilities in order to support mission requirements which included; inspection and certification of maintenance; proper historical and daily documentation for aircraft; responsible for the health, welfare and training for over 100 people; managing aircraft maintenance projection; prioritizing focus for daily work loads. Five combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan contributing to unit success conducting maintenance and servicing over 100 unique aircraft. Consistently had the shortest turn around on heavy aircraft maintenance.
Responsible for conducting scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on M1A1 Abrams tank. Learned how to contribute in a team environment in a crew, platoon and company echelon. Learned how to manage responsibilities effectively and honed problem solving based on 'big picture' scenarios efficiently.
Expected graduation in 2017
Expected graduation in 2016
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