Deven Cozad

  • Dublin US-CA
Deven Cozad

Work History

Work History
Jun 2011 - Present

Senior Small Group Leader - Instructor

US Army (Active, Guard/Reserve)

- Provides supervision to Warrior Leader Course (WLC) Small Group Leader's using USASMA/TRADOC

  approved Program of Instruction (POI) and small group techniques - Responsible for leading, mentoring, health and welfare of 25 Small Group Leader's on a daily basis, and

  1,200 Student's per year - Train and evaluates Small Group Leader's' physical readiness training, garrison and tactical leadership,

  oral communication and contribution to group work - Coaches and counsels on strengths and weaknesses - Provide quality control and quality checks for Small Group Leader DA Form 1059's and performance

  packets (Job Books)  - Responsible and accountable for over $1,000,000 of Army equipment - Maintain and enforces the highest standards of military bearing, appearance, conduct and professionalism

Aug 2009 - Jun 2011

Small Group Leader (SGL)

US Army (Actice, Guard/Reserve)

- Provides instruction to Warrior Leader Course (WLC) students using USASMA/TRADOC approved Program  of Instruction (POI) and small group techniques - Responsible for leading, mentoring, health and welfare of 16 students per cycle, 12 cycles per year - Train and evaluates students' physical readiness training, garrison and tactical leadership, oral   communication and contribution to group work - Coaches and counsels on strengths and weaknesses - Prepare DA Form 1059's  - Responsible and accountable for over $100,000 of Army equipment - Maintain and enforces the highest standards of military bearing, appearance, conduct and professionalism

Jan 2003 - Aug 2009

Transportion Management Coordinator

US Army Reserve (USAR)

- Team Leader over R5 Team outbound airfield operations- Performs duties in the areas of Reception, Replacement, Return to Duty, Rest and Recuperation, and 

  Redeployment- Controlled the movement of personnel, equipment, and cargo by air; monitors accountability of transient

  personnel and coordination of movement for R5 passengers from point of orgin (APOD/APOE) to ultimate

  destination; coordinates life support requirements at consolidated R5 processing center

- Responsible for the health, moral welfare and training of four to six subordinate Soldiers

Education

Education
Jan 2010 - Present

Masters Degree

Gonzaga University
Aug 2004 - Sep 2008

Bachelors Degree

American Intercontinential University
Jun 2003 - Jun 2006

Associates Degree

American Intercontinental University

Interest

- Collecting and cataloging sports cards and memorabilia

- Rebuilding classic automobiles 

Objective

To obtain a career focused position with a reputable company where my experience and professional abilities in Supervision, Logistics and Servent Leadership can be used to its fullest extent.

Summary

- Can effectively supervise and assign subordinates

- Write and implement standard operating procedures

- Proficient in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Power Point & Access)

- Effectively utilize personal protective equipment

- Extensively trained in personnel & Equipment tracking systems: DAVS, EMTS, MTS, DAMS-R, 

  WPS & TC-AIMS I/II

- Experience working with AS400 system

- Effectively produce Standing Operating Procedures (SOP)

- Extremely proficient utilizing the Military Decision Making Process & Composite Risk Management

  Processe

- Ability to learn quickly and take charge

- Active JPAS Secret Security Clearance

Skills

Skills

Joint Operations Personnel Execution System (JOPES)

Certified - Fort Eustis Training and Doctorine Command (TRADOC) School of Logistics

Global Command & Control System - Joint (GCCS-J)

Certified - Fort Eustis Training and Doctorine Command (TRADOC) School of Logistics

TC-AIMS II Operating System

Certifications

Certifications
Jan 2012 - Jan 2013

Combat Life Saver (CLS)

AMMED

Secret

Department of the Army