Senior Human Resources Sergeant and outstanding performer in management and finance within Human Resources. Proven success in leadership, operational excellence and organizational development with keen understanding of elements of professional business. Recognized for inspiring management team members to excel and encouraging creative work environments.
Brigade Senior Human Resources Sergeant for a 4,400 soldier airborne Brigade Combat Team capable of worldwide deployment within 18 hours notice; principal advisor to the Brigade Command Sergeant Major on all enlisted personnel matters; responsible for the oversight and management of all personnel services to include enlisted strength management, Unit Status Reporting, casualty operations, promotions, Enlisted Military Personnel Office (eMILPO) management, evaluations, awards, special actions, Soldier Readiness Processing, manifesting, mail, ID cards, finance, and all other personnel actions; responsible for the welfare and professional development of three NCOs and seven enlisted soldiers. Accountable for over $900,000 worth of equipment.
Exhibited the utmost in professional presence and demeanor; an example of today's professional solider/leader.
Regularly sought by Command Sergeant Majors throughout the command for expert advice in Noncommissioned Officer career development.
Provide daily mentorship and coaching to over 40 human resources soldiers; leads from the front in human resources competency and knowledge.
Fostered an environment ofpersonal and professional growth for all subordinates; a leader whom soldiers trust.
Enforced standards to maintain the Brigade Combat Team's Human Resources metrics ranking as the best in the 82nd Airborne Division and top five in the 18th Airborne Corps.
Unparalleled confidence; a leader the junior human resources soldiers in the command strove to emulate and learn from.
Meticulously accounted for all Brigade Combat Team's Human Resource property worth over $900,000 across three countries and through multiple hand-receipt splits and merges with zero losses.
Brigade Senior Human Resources Sergeant for the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade consisting of 2,800 soldiers; responsible for the execution of personnel accountability and strength reporting, enlisted strength management, rating schemes and the day to day operations of the Brigade S1. Served as the advisor to the Brigade Command Sergeant Major, and subordinate battalion S1 personnel on personnel policies. Responsible for the personal and professional development of 38 human resource noncommissioned officers and soldiers. Partnered with cross-functional teams to conduct thorough discovery and due diligence on existing processes.
Conducted training and change management processes to improve operations.
Filled a void in the Senior Human Resources NCOIC position which rebuilt trust and confidence in the Brigade S1 section.
Developed a new enlisted strength management tracker and program which allowed the command to make informed personnel movements and decisions.
Developed new processes and streamlined procedures for personnel actions and NCOERs leading to a notable increase in efficiency.
Brought a customer service focus back to the section and ensured all officers, NCOs, and soldiers were trained in all human resources competencies.
Principal advisor on all Human Resources support for 2,300 Special Forces Group soldiers with four subordinate battalions and a Headquarters Company; advises the command on managing enlisted strength, Unit Status Report, and enlisted personnel issues; provided oversight on personnel issues within the group, reviewed all personnel actions for accuracy and ensured timely processing, to include NCOERs, awards, and financial documents; ensured all subordinate battalion S1s are manned, trained, and resourced to support their Special Operation Forces; responsible for the professional development and mentoring of 52 Human Resources soldiers; accountable for $450,000 worth of equipment.
Mentored, coached, and trained six human resources soldiers within his section; resulted in 100% selection to SFC, SSG, and SGT.
Developed 9 officers, 15 senior and subordinate NCOs; challenged them to excel while providing first-class Human Resources support.
Established a team-building environment among five battalions, United States Army Special Forces Command (Airborne) G1, the United States Army Special Operations Command G1, and the Fort Carson G1 that fostered cohesion, trust, and confidence.
Led the human resources management of the flawless rapid deployment of 25 senior leaders and staff members in support of OP OD; received accolades from the entire Command Group.
Streamlined and improved personnel systems ensuring superior quality control and standards; continuously exceeded the Human Resource management standards of the Regiment.
Senior Human Resources Sergeant for an Army Service Component Command (ASCC), Headquarters Company with the mission to provide administrative support to approximately 600 soldiers assigned to United States Army Special Operations Command and the United States Army Special Forces Command (Airborne); principle advisor to the HHC Commander and staff on all matters relating to human resource management to include promotions, awards, and the Command Inspection Program; responsible for the health, welfare, training, and professional development of ten soldiers and one civilian employee; responsible for the accountability of over $100,000 worth of equipment.
Assumed leadership role as the company First Sergeant during his absence, served simultaneously as the HRC NCOIC.
Exemplified professionalism, pride and enthusiasm.
Established an outstanding opportunity training program ensuring proper dissemination of MILPER and ALARACT messages within the HRC.
Maintained classified and highly confidential personal and financial information for the Commanding General of the ASCC and six additional General Officers.
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