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Jun 2011Present

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 2009Jun 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 2003Aug 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

Jan 2010Present

Masters Degree

Gonzaga University
Aug 2004Sep 2008

Bachelors Degree

American Intercontinential University
Jun 2003Jun 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

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

Jan 2012Jan 2013

Combat Life Saver (CLS)

AMMED

Secret

Department of the Army