Seasoned Program Director with 10+ years in leadership & management experience and exceptional people skills. Versed in human resources and training. Desires a role where my learned skills from the Air Force can be utilized and appreciated.
Salary: $15.38 USD Per Hour Alexandria, VA 22314 Hours per week: 16-32 Kimberly Gregory Turner KIMBERLY_CHARNEY@YAHOO.COM Supervisor: Jeremy Bonacorsi (540-538-1657) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes · Responsible for safety and security of the Center for Naval Analyses (CNA) facility and deter criminal activity through professional presence · Provides protection of and access to highly classified and sensitive equipment, technology, and information · Ensures rigorous adherence and understanding of security protocols · Protects persons, assets and information · Responds to and assess security alarms and or emergency alarms, emergency situations, medical aid, fires, and first responders · Escorts visitors, contractors and greet guests and employees in a cheerful and welcoming manner · Answers questions and assist guests and employees, providing outstanding customer service · Patrols the facility, opening and closing, locking and unlocking sensitive rooms and areas · Conduct personal sweeps in closed areas and monitor CCTV · Preserve order and enforce rules, regulations and directives for the viability of the CNA site and safety of personnel, equipment and sensitive information · Conduct person look ups for rights and permission to specific areas · Correspond and interact with corporate security personnel regarding orders and execution · Report safety concerns, security breaches and unusual circumstances, both through written and verbal means.
Work Department of the Air Force 09/2013 05/2015.
Experience: 51st Force Support Sq.
Bld 936 Salary: $114,000 USD per Year Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea Hours per week: 50.
06/2015 to Current
Career Field ManagerWork Department of the Air Force
Desired locations: US Northern Virginia, District of Columbia, Atlanta Georgia, Tampa Florida, San Antonio Texas Experience: 1040 Air Force Pentagon Salary: $131,000.00 Per Year Washington, DC 20330 Hours per week: 45-50 Supervisor: Brigadier General Lenny J.
Richoux (202-528-3891) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes · Serves as the senior enlisted member to Director of Services & Senior Executive Service member (SES) Directors of five Air Staff divisions with a $2 Billion budget · Advises senior Air Force leadership on all issues affecting the utilization, training, morale, welfare and progression of an enlisted force of over 6,800 personnel · Performed periodic review of budget analysis for contingency readiness and in-garrison training · Proposed several training initiatives to meet strategic needs of the enlisted members and briefed Director and Deputy Director on necessary training · Guided and directed the rewrite of the Services Career Field Education and Training Plan which created an efficient life cycle for progression for over 6,800 Active, Guard and Reserve employees · Recognized as a catalyst and service delivery manager for the development and implementation of career field changes · Developed/designed Force Support organization antiquated training program and delivered the Superintendents' course · Enhanced knowledge of 72 senior enlisted leaders across the globe and effectively assisted with the merger of Manpower, Personnel and Services, increasing mission capabilities Kimberly Gregory Turner KIMBERLY_CHARNEY@YAHOO.COM · Instructed wing-level professional development, fine-tuned about 55 members supervision skill-set · Ensures readiness in combat support and robust quality of life programs to support employees, families, and partners worldwide · Renders guidance to several working groups as Services subject matter expert · Serves as a consultant --interpreted and provided technical advice to senior leaders, managers and supervisors of Nuclear Enterprise Review Team, Transgender working group, Single Service Member working group, Violence Prevention team, and Human Capital Annex working group to make organizational adjustments for 312, 000 members ensuring a more diverse and agile force · Maintains close and continuing communication with and provides advice to Agency managers and key operating officials regarding changes and or updates in policies and or requirements · Worked closely with Air Force Personnel Center and Chief's Group to formalize decisions on assignments, responsibilities, knowledge, skills and abilities to get the best qualified person for the right job and focused on career development for the member · Provides oversight and reviews Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory for four Air Force Specialty Codes recognizing specific identification of position requirements and individual qualifications for the positions considered · Executed classification and staffing strategies to support work force shaping, and command leveling through restructuring and position reorganization · Serves as initial point of advice, problem resolution and facilitation of employee relations, policies, procedures and documentation · Communicates technical information to internal and external audiences such as division chiefs, Air Staff members, Major Commands and Field Operating Agencies · Participated in meetings and briefings with the purpose to inform and educate leadership, employees on program policies, problems, issues and recent objectives · Responsible for preparing or certifying vacancy announcements for over 40 positions · Leads subordinates on policy issues that affect the procedures and practices on personnel matters such as promotions, retentions, accessions, and cultural issues · Oversees performance evaluation procedures for 37 personnel · Manages Quarterly and Annual Awards program · Research and evaluates operations training compliance through monthly site visits · Supplies feedback to 87 installation commanders to share best practices, and elevate overall unit performance · Presents influential information to help develop policies and initiatives for $2 Billion unit portfolio, impacting lives of over 1.6 Million personnel · Supervises executive staff daily support to Director and SES · Plays leading role in office space management, including anticipation of office space needs and managing office moves.
st Force Support Squadron Superintendent, Supervisor
Lt Col Jason A.
Schmidt Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Senior Enlisted Leader and key advisor on mission compliance, policies, and readiness.
Communicated and enforced compliance with local laws while emphasizing Air Force standards of professionalism and safety Provided strategic leadership, and fiscal guidance on $3.6 Million budget, propelling Korea's largest squadron which consisted of 925 personnel, 50 activities, and 42 facilities Oversaw processes and ensured 1,100 personnel in and out processed monthly Cultivated newcomers with initial meet and greet and monthly organization briefs Organized and delivered effective training, career counseling, recognition, personal and professional development of organization's personnel, allowing the support of 15 million coalition forces and family members annually Primary catalyst for Quality of Life programs which generated $21 Million Kimberly Gregory Turner KIMBERLY_CHARNEY@YAHOO.COM Initiated and cultivated leadership teams to drive improvements for over 720 members' writing skills Essential Human resources manager and visionary planner; managed 35% personnel turnover quarterly while maintaining critical wartime skill sets and providing quality of life human resource support Directed busiest Military Personnel Section, ensured 187 programs and 1.5 million actions executed Developed highly effective teams and fostered an environment of ownership and accountability where mission was accomplished and goals of the organization were met and most times exceeded Supervised installation resiliency programs and secured $117,000 for Single Airmen Program Initiative.
Liaised with 15 base agencies to formulate comprehensive resiliency center design Initiated writing seminars and developed lesson and coordinated logistics honing communication skills and propelling professional development Managed 8,800 peninsula wide manpower authorizations and delivered $659 Million in warfighter capabilities Conducted and reviewed exit surveys for departing members; briefed leadership on noticeable, positive and negative trends Sexual Assault Prevention Response advocate guest speaker; strengthened "Zero Tolerance" policy and induced positive culture change for more than 1,520 employees Inspired excellence, drove organization and personnel to more than 30 award winnings above organization level Work Department of the Air Force 07/2012 08/2013 Experience: 23rd Force Support Sq Salary: $91,000 USD per Year Moody AFB, Ga 31699 Hours per week: 40 23rd Force Support Squadron, Sustainment Superintendent Supervisor: Capt Vanessa Jessie (850-319-4935) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Managed 130 member flight, overseeing lodging, fitness, food and club operations' quality of life programs for two unique organizations supporting 305,000 patrons Oversaw the management of 14 facilities with budgets exceeding $38 million in appropriated (APF) and non-appropriated (NAF) funds Determined APF and NAF budget requirements; applied accounting principles to control resources Inspected and evaluated organization's activities, determining effectiveness of service and retail operations by setting goals and analyzing achievements Resolved customer complaints Identified facility requirements and conducted surveys to determine facility renovations, constructions and modernization needs Established equipment layout, and improved work methods and procedures to ensure economic operation and customer satisfaction Led dining facilities renovation working group project and progressed $3.8 million design plan Kimberly Gregory Turner KIMBERLY_CHARNEY@YAHOO.COM Executed internal accreditation checklist, identifying and correcting deficiencies ensuring facilities rated 90 percent or higher and ready for AF level inspections Monitored five Government Purchase Card (GPC) accounts and made sure approving officials performed administrative reports enabling unit to recapitalize on $142,000 Facilitated commander's visions and goals, maintaining unit readiness Worked collaboratively with HR team members in the resolution of employee complaints and grievances in relationship to referrals and qualifications Translated responsibilities and directed training program and professional development for 63 military members Hands on approach revitalized training and Career Development Course program, garnering flight's 100 percent pass rate Shaped and synchronized 52 programs which enhanced combat capabilities Ensured safety and accountability for 1.2 thousand members by initiating organization's command and control during active shooter event Work Department of the Air Force 06/2008 06/2012 Experience: 18th Force Support Sq Salary: $99,100 USD per Year Kadena AB, Okinawa Japan Hours per week: 40 18th Force Support Squadron, Sustainment Superintendent Supervisor: Mr.
Stachowiak (208-828-2944) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Led and directed 1,200 civilian and military personnel, largest sustainment flight in the Pacific Air Force's major command Oversaw 16 activities, which generated $113 million in revenue; improved work methods and procedures relating to food service, lodging, recreation, fitness and sports, laundry operations, mortuary affairs and Force Support readiness programs Administered new processes and systems for increasing customer service satisfaction Spearheaded squadron's unit self-inspection program; identified 23 strengths and analyzed inspection findings and recommendations ensuring corrective actions taken Prepared reports and training documents, improved ability to communicate Status of Resources to higher headquarters and enhanced Air Force's rapid global mobility Initiated actions to improve organizational effectiveness and resolve personnel issues Assisted flight chief in preparation and execution of training and information programs Attended staff meetings providing organization's leadership with information on Services functions Supported personnel with adapting to overseas/military environment and adjusting to the organization and duty assignments Improved flight sponsorship programs and conducted orientation for newly assigned personnel Made frequent contact with employees at work, housing and recreation areas Managed care and upkeep of dormitories, proactive mentoring uplifted morale and members awarded $2,000 for quality of life items Supervised administrative actions directed by commander Kimberly Gregory Turner KIMBERLY_CHARNEY@YAHOO.COM Coordinated with supervisors to schedule unit functions, duties, leave, passes and other absences from duty Accomplished and managed thorough scrub of over 100 performance reports, decorations and recognition packages annually Worked with unit leadership ensuring timely processing of promotions, demotions, classification actions, favorable communications, quality control and disciplinary actions Ensured members understood and were prepared to execute mission by developing specific goals, plans and objectives Deployed as senior logistics advisor to General Supply, Materiel Management Center on a NATO training mission; contributed immensely to the development of the Ministry of Interiors Logistics System Advised eight Afghan National Police (ANP) item managers and ensured accountability for supplies and equipment worth over $350 million for six regions and 34 provinces Standardized ANP joint publications, eliminated operation redundancy and streamlined guidance and procedures for future forces Contract Officer Representative (COR), oversaw $11.4 million weapon contract, equipped 598 war fighting units Managed $100 million warehouse, merged 1,100 line items; saved 730 hours annually and maximized operation efficiencies Liaised with Joint Transitional Command, processed $21.3 million requisition orders Directed 10 military deployers and briefed daily intelligence and threats; completed 47 incident-free combat trip Augmented Inspector General's team, evaluated and validated requirements Conducted thorough, objective, and impartial inspections, assessments, and investigations; provided assistance and training, prepared PACAF installations for worldwide missions Advised and assisted Air Force leaders to maintain Air Force values, readiness, and effectiveness in the promotion of well-being, good order, and discipline Controlled and executed annual budget over $36M Project officer for several projects to include USO Service Salute, Air Force Assistance Fund, Special Olympics, Women's History month, and Paralympic co project officer Trusted Agent to the Commander Work Department of the Air Force 05/2006 05/2008 Experience: 78th Force Support Sq Salary: $76, 770.
USD per Year Robins AFB, Ga 31098 Hours per week: 40.
Captain Stephanie D.
Jackson Okay to contact this Supervisor: No (Deceased) · Oversaw execution of Services readiness program · Supported 21,000 personnel and 39 units · Primary advisor to commander concerning deployments, contingencies, base support functions, and plans affecting the installation · Maintained organizational recall and deployable team rosters Kimberly Gregory Turner KIMBERLY_CHARNEY@YAHOO.COM · Safeguarded $70,000 in deployable assets and ensured required training executed for 32 members · Prepared readiness budget and tracked program costs valued at $675,000 · Created unit deployment managers' checklist, simplified real world and exercise procedures · Managed Unit Control Center, coordinated efforts between wing agencies and local community agencies · Deployed and redeployed 19 members to 5 austere locations, noting zero discrepancies · Revised 12 base support agreements and memorandums of agreement, ensured plans were current and ready for use · Coordinated critical base-wide Air Force Survivor's Assistant training, equipping 96 representatives · Revamped Up-grade Training program and crafted annual Home Station Training for active and reserve members · Handled 23 civilian and military deaths as Mortuary lead, aided next of kin with funeral plans, ensured highest standard of dignity and respect · Performed security manager duties, ensured access for 750 employees and requested 64 personnel investigations · Conducted suicide prevention training for 23 personnel, identified ways to assess and manage risks of potential suicides.
Bachelor's Degree: Human Resource Management and ServicesSouthwestern College － KSHuman Resource Management and Services
Associate's Degree: Hotel, Restaurant and Fitness ManagementCommunity College of the Air Force Maxwell － ALHotel, Restaurant and Fitness Management
Professional Management CertificationStatus of Resources and Training Systems (SORTS)
Secret (Oct 2015) Country of United States Citizenship: Veterans' 5-points (Veteran Preference; disability not rated as of date) Preference: Availability: 23 Jan 2017 Job Type: Permanent
Organizational Critical Thinking Professional Image Listening Planning and Management Communication (Verbal & Written) Multi-tasking Conflict Management and Problem Solving Change Management Team Development Employee Relations Cultural Competence Interpersonal Networking Customer Service Training: Mentorship Training; Protective Sensitive Information; Inspector General Training; Records Management & Freedom of Information Act (FOIA); Diversity Training; Human Relations Training; Identifying and Safeguarding Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Simon Sinek's Leadership & Management Development Courses (Start with Why, Leaders Eat Last); Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Training; Victim's Advocate; Customer Service; Security Manager; Self Aid & Buddy Care (SABC); Automatic External Defibrillator (AED); Emergency Management; First Sergeant Symposium; Master Resiliency Training MRT); Joint Expeditionary Tasking (JET); Combat Advisor; Unit Control Center (UCC); By Stander Intervention; Unit Deployment Manager (UDM); Air Expeditionary Force Reporting Tool (ART); Suicide Prevention; Air Force Survivors Assistant; Family Liaison Officers (FLO); Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century (AFSO21);
Clearance: Secret (Oct 2015) Country of United States Citizenship: Veterans' 5-points (Veteran Preference; disability not rated as of date) Preference: Availability: 23 Jan 2017 Job Type: Permanent
Information: HONORS and AWARDS Air Force Material Command Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter Dec 2006 78th Services Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year Dec 2007 Pacific Air Force Command Services Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year Dec 2010 18th Mission Support Group Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year Dec 2010 18th Mission Support Group Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year Dec 2011 18th Wing and Team Kadena Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year Feb 2012 Fifth Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer of the Year Feb 2012 LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES Volunteer for High School Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corp Cadet Leadership Course (JROTC CLC) Independent Course Work--Training and Development/Training Design Basics Profession of Arms Center for Excellence (PACE) Organic Leadership Development Course Kimberly Gregory Turner KIMBERLY_CHARNEY@YAHOO.COM Completed 22 courses in Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute