12 Credit Hours
8 Semester Hours
Well-qualified professional with remarkable typing skills, data entry expertise and goal-oriented mentality. Customer-oriented and energetic team player with expertise in customer relationship management, conflict resolution, safety protocol, regulatory compliance and time management. Proficient in updating daily logs, investigating discrepancies and managing records. Focused on maximizing service and comfortable working with little oversight.
Hand selected from eight highly qualified personnel to lead two sections in the unit.
Supervised 37 military, 8 civilians, 16, contractors, and 4 Auxiliary Force personnel in all aspects of day to day operations and administrative tasks.
Instilled a sense of pride and ownership resulting in a 90% increase in training and readiness and reduced disciplinary actions by 75%.
Coordinated and managed the training, qualification, and professional development of 60 personnel.
Updated and revised Standard Operation Procedures, implemented new procedure, and revamped the qualification process.
Managed the Auxiliary Force program by Coordinating with 11 geographically separated commands to ensure the training and qualification of 155 personnel.
As the Family Advocacy Representative, was point of contact between command Sailors and advocacy counselors, ensuring all Sailors involved in domestic violence received the care and treatment they needed.
As Casualty Assistance Calls Officer, coordinated resources, provided direction, and a myriad of other functions to family members in the event of the death of a service member.
Volunteered with the Eagles Washington State Youth Drill Team Association conducting inspections of drill teams, fostering teamwork, sportsmanship, community service, self-discipline, respect, and responsibility
Prepared operation plans and orders to support security of resources and installations.
Effective decision-maker in high-pressure environments.
Coordinated training schedules and filed crucial administrative paperwork.
Reviewed and edited correspondence prior to release and submission for signature.
Spear-headed the standup of security operations within a brand new strategic weapons facility.
Developed policy and training for 447 Marines and Sailors the execute a new and significantly more challenging mission.
Developed a school house orientation program, updating training material, building instructor guides and revamping student guides.
Led and managed 13 Navy and Marine instructors while running a continuous 60 day training course that successfully graduated 385 personnel with zero retractions.
Trained 250 first term Sailors in Navy Pride and Professionalism, promoting awareness of rules and regulations and reaffirming core values.
United all females peers in order to plan and schedule a women's symposium, providing mentorship and guidance to 95 junior Sailors and Marines.
Organized several volunteer opportunities resulting in 600 man hours supporting and enhancing partnerships within the community.
Coordinated and executed 180 man hours for the Bremerton Benedict House.
Led 24 military and 17 civilian personnel conducting vehicle inspections and identification checks for over 23,000 personnel.
Maintained 437 weapons systems to include inventories and documentation of expended rounds.
Instrumental in the department receiving a 98% on the Explosive Safety Inspection.
Conducted countless weapons training and qualifications shoots.
Ensured a fluid implementation of all incident response plans during inspection evolutions, earning the department a satisfactory across the board.
Integrated three watch teams to ensure a smooth transition during heightened force protection conditions.
Developed a bi-weekly training program focused on streamlining the completion and transfer of local qualifications to a new qualification system.
Coordinated and implemented a section orientation program, ensuring new personnel receive a strong foundation upon check in.
Mentored the professional development of Sea Cadets, providing instruction in marksmanship, safety, physical readiness, and military bearing.
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