usmc collective training branch analyst resume example with 6+ years of experience

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Professional Summary

Objective: Seeking a operational position as an joint targeting and fires subject matter expert.

Summary: Military Officer with deep understanding of deliberate and dynamic joint targeting and fires integration . Problem solver, adaptable, team player, liaison professional and an effective communicator in diverse environments. Over 24 years of experience with leadership and management in arduous operations. School trained in leadership, management, military doctrine, lethal & nonlethal fires and effects.

  • US Top Secret SCI Clearance
  • Field Artillery Officer
  • Joint Fires and Effects Subject Matter Expert
  • Information Operations
  • Safety & Risk Management
  • Project/Operations Management
  • Strategic Planning/Scheduling
  • Investigative Officer
  • Training & Development
  • Arabic Cryptologic Language Analyst
  • Diplomatic Armed Internal Security
  • Multinational and Coalition Requirements Manager
University of Phoenix Phoenix, AZ, Expected in 2012 Master of Business Administration : - GPA :

Coursework includes: Integrated decision-making for organizational value in dynamic environments, strategy development, synthesized leadership, innovation, global environment evaluation, competitive advantage, collaborative managerial skills supporting strategic execution.

University of Phoenix Phoenix, AZ, Expected in 2008 Bachelor of Science : Business Management - GPA :

Coursework included: Business management principles for organizational effectiveness, processes, problem-solving strategies, interrelationship analysis of an organization's functional areas and inform business decisions.

Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center Monterey, CA, Expected in 2000 MSA Certificate : Modern Standard Arabic - GPA :

Coursework included: Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, Transcriptions in Modern Standard Arabic, area & culture studies, dialect familiarization.

Work History
US Marines Corps - USMC Collective Training Branch Analyst
City, STATE, 08/2022 - Current

Coordinates and synchronizes actions across Training Command (TRNGCMD) and the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Training Command (MAGTFTC). Oversees planning and execution of approved training concepts and programs to support service-directed unit individual and collective training (operational and institutional) requirements in order to assist the Fleet Marine Forces (FMF) in their preparation for employment by senior division executives for the Department of Defense.

  • Analyzed training requirements and three service training groups to recommend process improvement, financial and facility support, inform executive level decision-making, and improve operational readiness.
  • Conducted Combined Arms Training and Education Conference to develop shared understanding of future training and education requirements related to combined arms across relevant stakeholders to support development of courses of action to best posture training and education continuum for future requirements.
  • Collaborated with multiple departments and conducted a Marine Littoral Regiment (MLR) Training & Readiness (T&R) Development Working Group with support from key stake holders to validate significant collective training events and develop a MLR T&R roadmap. These critical events support future service level training exercises assessments, unit training management, experimentation, readiness reporting for the organization, US Marine Corps.
US Marine Corps - Joint Fires and Effects Analyst
City, STATE, 06/2019 - 08/2022

Provided joint fires and targeting subject matter expertise to senior executives and division personnel during training exercises focusing on targeting, fires, and fires support. Informed decision-making, execution, assessment, doctrinal oversight and proponent input for institutional improvements for joint integration.

  • Provided subject matter expertise for 8 significant organizational and joint exercises supporting senior-level executives and their staff to enable process improvement and decision-making in complex maritime environments.
  • Managed joint force requirements for a major regional division of the Department of Defense, multinational coalition partners, and NATO mission in Iraq and joint operations.
US Marine Corps - Supervisor, Liaison Officer
City, STATE, 06/2016 - 06/2019

Job Assignments:

Headquarters Battery Commanding Officer, Assistant Operations Officer, Assistant Fire Support Liaison Officer, and Japanese Artillery Relocation Training Program Liaison Officer

  • Supervised over 315 employees from multiple departments and responsible for $4.8 million of critical organizational equipment.
  • Organization's branch lead and liaison officer during 6 unique bilateral events and joint projects with multiple Japanese Defense Bureaus and Ministry of Defense.
  • As Assistant Operations Officer; planned, coordinated, and directed overall training and operations for the organization leveraging detailed program and project managing principles.

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School Attended

  • University of Phoenix
  • University of Phoenix
  • Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center

Job Titles Held:

  • USMC Collective Training Branch Analyst
  • Joint Fires and Effects Analyst
  • Supervisor, Liaison Officer


  • Master of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science
  • MSA Certificate

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