Thomas Bogetti

Thomas Bogetti

Work History

Work History
May 2007 - Present

Executive Human Resources Developer

Research, Development and Engineering Command

Provide strategic direction of Human Resource Development (HRD) services and activities to senior and middle-level managers and employees. Formulate and revise HRD budgeting, marketing, evaluating, and training policies and procedures ensuring proficient execution of services and activities. Manage an annual $65,000 marketing, training, and travel budget. Design, implement, and manage career awareness initiatives, campaigns, planning activities, seminars, and resource centers; job postings; mentoring systems; and feedback mechanisms to enhance organizational stability and increase employee productivity. Implement, manage, and assess career development solutions to align organizational structure, culture, and policy with individual interests, values, and competencies. Provide leadership, career direction, and professional development to 500 personnel with 100 different occupational skills sets and geographically disbursed in 18 states and 5 countries. Identify employee job competencies by providing occupational shortcomings resolution and strengths enhancement through continuous educational programs. Analyze and introduce interventions to improve availability and consistency constraints to HRD services and activities resulting from geographical displacement and environmental conditions. Process and review binding contract, bonus, and compensation package agreements between the United States Government and individual military employees.

Mar 2004 - Present

Corporate HRD Policy Consultant and Website Content Manager

Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff Personnel, Retention Division

Advise senior officials and interject expert opinion and knowledge to create and modify U.S. Army HRD policies. Publish and maintain interactive regulatory guidance medium. Design and manage the U.S. Army’s official career development website contents. Assist senior staff with special projects affecting personnel compensation packages.

Mar 2004 - May 2007

Corporate Senior HRD Instructor

United States Army Solider Support Institute

Plan and execute resident and non-resident instruction and Video-Tele-Training to 2,500 employess annually. Review and modify training materials, such as lesson plans, presentation slides, handouts, user manuals, and job aids for 38 different classes. Utilize various lecture, small group facilitation, discussion, and demonstration methods while using slide presentations, handouts, computerized simulation, and practical exercise mediums and platforms. Analyze educational needs by performing diagnostic assessments, record testing, and quality assurance on congruence of instruction, training materials, and student comprehension. Maintain training records according to accrediting compliance agencies. Prepare and provide student progress, material usage, and training effectiveness reports. Conduct users feedback follow up with users to evaluate course format, content, and functionality. Provide curriculum development feedback and assistance.

Nov 2005 - Apr 2007

Corporate Senior HRD Training Developer

United State Arrmy Soldier Support Institute

Determine precise training requirements for multiple target audiences. Leverage internal and external subject matter experts to design new course ware or modify existing training materials, and learning activities and instructional methods to optimize student learning and information retention. Design and modify instructional and training products, such as case studies, user manuals, examinations, handouts, job aids, and programs of instruction. Coordinate curriculum material uploads onto training automation systems. Work collaboratively with staff instructors to create and modify curriculum, course ware, training materials, and instructional platforms. Perform testing and quality assurance on developed training materials. Determine training schedule requirements. Coach, train, and evaluate staff instructors. Conduct organizational needs assessment. Evaluate and modify training curriculum and practices to achieve organization-wide consistency in training materials, presentations, content, delivery and results. Establish training metrics and standards, and manage a comprehensive training goal achievement system to measure training effectiveness, identify trend analyses, and provide progress reports.

Aug 2003 - Feb 2004

Regional HRD Director

160th Signal Brigade

Provide strategic direction of Human Resource Development (HRD) services and activities to senior and middle-level managers and employees. Formulate and revise HRD budgeting, marketing, evaluating, and training policies and procedures ensuring proficient execution of services and activities. Manage an annual $50,000 marketing, training, and travel budget. Design, implement, and manage career awareness initiatives, campaigns, planning activities, seminars, and resource centers; job postings; mentoring systems; and feedback mechanisms to enhance organizational stability and increase employee productivity. Implement, manage, and assess career development solutions to align organizational structure, culture, and policy with individual interests, values, and competencies. Provide leadership, career direction, and professional development to 98,000 personnel with 206 different occupational skills setsand geographically disbursed in 26 countries. Identify employee job competencies by providing occupational shortcomings resolution and strengths enhancement through continuous educational programs. Analyze and introduce interventions to improve availability and consistency constraints to HRD services and activities resulting from geographical displacement and environmental conditions. Process and review binding contract, bonus, and compensation package agreements between the United States Government and individual military employees.

Jan 2003 - Aug 2003

Regional HRD Director

54th Signal Battalion

Provide strategic direction of Human Resource Development (HRD) services and activities to senior and middle-level managers and employees. Formulate and revise HRD budgeting, marketing, evaluating, and training policies and procedures ensuring proficient execution of services and activities. Manage an annual $30,000 marketing, training, and travel budget. Design, implement, and manage career awareness initiatives, campaigns, planning activities, seminars, and resource centers; job postings; mentoring systems; and feedback mechanisms to enhance organizational stability and increase employee productivity. Implement, manage, and assess career development solutions to align organizational structure, culture, and policy with individual interests, values, and competencies. Provide leadership, career direction, and professional development to 112,000 personnel with 206 different occupational skills setsand geographically disbursed in 26 countries. Identify employee job competencies by providing occupational shortcomings resolution and strengths enhancement through continuous educational programs. Analyze and introduce interventions to improve availability and consistency constraints to HRD services and activities resulting from geographical displacement and environmental conditions. Process and review binding contract, bonus, and compensation package agreements between the United States Government and individual military employees.

Dec 1999 - Jan 2003

Regional HRD Director

Combined Arms Center

Provide strategic direction of Human Resource Development (HRD) services and activities to senior and middle-level managers and employees. Formulate and revise HRD budgeting, marketing, evaluating, and training policies and procedures ensuring proficient execution of services and activities. Manage an annual $40,000 marketing, training, and travel budget. Design, implement, and manage career awareness initiatives, campaigns, planning activities, seminars, and resource centers; job postings; mentoring systems; and feedback mechanisms to enhance organizational stability and increase employee productivity. Implement, manage, and assess career development solutions to align organizational structure, culture, and policy with individual interests, values, and competencies. Provide leadership, career direction, and professional development to 2,500 personnel with 206 different occupational skills setsand geographically disbursed in 12 states. Identify employee job competencies by providing occupational shortcomings resolution and strengths enhancement through continuous educational programs. Analyze and introduce interventions to improve availability and consistency constraints to HRD services and activities resulting from geographical displacement and environmental conditions. Process and review binding contract, bonus, and compensation package agreements between the United States Government and individual military employees.

Aug 2002 - Dec 2002

Adjunct Faculty

Upper Iowa University

Develop syllabi, lesson plans, slide presentation, handouts, and examinations. Utilize various lecture, small group facilitation, discussion, and demonstration methods while using slide presentations, handouts, computerized simulation, and practical exercise mediums and platform. Perform diagnostic assessments, record testing, and quality assurance on congruence of instruction, training materials, and student comprehension. Instruct a six-week Human Resources Management and Labor Relations and Negotiations classes.

Education

Education
Aug 2001 - Aug 2002

Master of Business Administration

http://www.webster.edu/

Selected by faculty and peers to receive the Outstanding Student Honors Award.  Graduated with a 4.0 GPA.

Jan 2000 - May 2002

Dual Master of Arts

http://www.webster.edu/

Received academic honors. Graduated with a 3.98 GPA.

Jan 1999 - Dec 1999

Bachelor of Science

http://www.uiu.edu/

Placed on the Dean's list. Graduated with a 4.0 GPA and Cum Laude Honors.

Skills

Skills

Counseling

Extremely effective at counseling and providing sound guidance to individuals and family members regarding career planning, personal and professional development, and compensation management.

Public speaking

Very experience in presenting, teaching, training, and breifing information and materials using various mediums and methods to individuals and groups from the various organizational levels from baseline employees to senior executives.

Technical research and writing

Very versed in performing technical research and producing high quailty written products in the form of policy, standard operating procedures, briefings, regulations, websites, and training packages (slides, lesson plans, case studies, practical exercises, practicums, examinations, instructor guides, job aids, handouts, and handbooks).

Trouble shooting

Extremely adept to analyzing problems, developing alternative solutions, and implementing best case resolution.

Micro Soft Office Applications

Proficient at utilizing Micro Soft Word, Excel and Power Point applications.

Accomplishments

Army Suggestion Program Award for designing, implementing, and managing the content for the Army official career development website and reducing annual costs by $304,000

Bronze Star Medal for providing superb leadership to 12 company-level personnel managers and uninterrupted HRD services and activities to 71,00 personnel in seven countries during war

Meritorious Service Medal for exceptional performance as an Corporate Training Developer and Instructor including complete redesign of three resident courses and instructing over 2500 personnel

Meritorious Service Medal for providing superior leadership to 147 company-level personnel managers and flawless HRD services activities to 134,000 personnel located in 25 countries

Meritorious Service Medal for establishing a comprehensive regional HRD program, surpassing three consecutive annual personnel retention quotas, launching a career development website, and providing HRD services ana activities to 1000 personnel located in 8 states

Meritorious Service Medal for selection as the Corporate HRD Director of 2001

Commendation Medal for exceptional administrative support and preparation for the 2002 Corporate HRD accreditation resulting in a 100% rating

Achievement Medal for developing and providing impeccable coporate level instruction to 250 personnel in 2006

Achievement Medal for co-facilitating the pilot-test for Army’s first corporate HRD Video-Tele-Training

Achievement Medal for selection as the Corporate HRD Director of 1999

Select as Corporate Training Instructor of 3rd Quarter, 2005

Mentored 3 subordinates to attain Regional HRD Director of 2004 and 2005, and Corporate Training Instructor of 2006

Objective

Attain a staff position culminating in a Human Resources or Training and Development career that utilizes my acquired professional skills, education, and certifications, and offers an equitable salary and benefits compensation package.

Summary

Professionally transforms complex information into technically engaging and persuasive written or verbal correspondence, and diplomatically and effectively presents material to diverse audiences

Adept computer skills involving Micro-Soft Office suite, specialized database, and website products with the innate ability to quickly learn different programs

Independently manages multiple tasks, initiatives, and projects simultaneously with extreme focus and detail that delivers exceptionally high-quality results, despite work requirements or time suspense

Skillfully employs conflict-resolution and negotiation management when handling confidential matters and transcending employee relation issues into a supportive work culture with high employee morale

Highly disciplined, organized, and self-motivated with a solid work ethic, habits, and driving commitment towards organizational vision

Views others as essential team members and utilizes opportunities to coach and mentor others on specific measurable objectives

Effective catalyst in developing organizational-wide standards and best practices, executing strategic plans and break through initiatives to resolve complex organizational problems, and creating employee commitment and ownership

Substantially knowledgeable in operation management, project management, time management, cost analysis, problem solving, and organizational development

Certifications

Certifications
Jul 2007 - Present

Middle Manager Training Developer

United States Army Training Center
Mar 2005 - Present

Test Writer

United States Army Soldier Support institute
Mar 2004 - Present

Staff and Faculty Devlopment Instructor and Developer

United States Army Soldier Support Institute
Aug 2004 - Present

Advanced HRD Manager Course Instructor

United States Army Soldier Support institute
Aug 2004 - Present

Personnel Tranistion Manager Course Instructor

nited States Army Soldier Support Institute
Aug 2004 - Present

Advanced HRD Manager

United States Army Noncommissioned Officer Academy
Mar 2002 - Present

Personnel Staffing Officer

United States Army Institute for Professional Develoment
Feb 2002 - Present

Personnel Transition Officer

United States Army Soldier Support Institute
Dec 2001 - Present

Human Factor Engineering Manager

United States Army Institute for Professional Development
Mar 2004 - Present

Basic HRD Manager Course Instructor

United States Army Soldier Support Institute
Jun 2001 - Present

Risk Management and Safety Manager

United States Army Safety Center
Dec 1999 - Present

Basic HRD Manager

United States Army Soldier Support Institute
Feb 2000 - Present

Human Resources Manager

United States Army Medical Command
May 2001 - Present

DIsbursing Operations Manager

United States Army Institute for Professional Development
Apr 1999 - Present

Systems Approach to Training Manager

United States Army Training Center
Sep 1999 - Present

Psychological Operations Officer

United States Army Special Warfare Center
Mar 1999 - Present

Equal Opportunity Manager

United States Army Equal Opportunity Center
Mar 1999 - Present

Prevention of Sexual Harassment Manager

United States Army Equal Opportunity Center
Jul 1999 - Present

Development Manager

United States Army Institute for Professional Development
May 1999 - Present

Staff Action Officer

United States Army Institute for Professional Development
Feb 1999 - Present

Supervisor Development Manager

United States Army Institute for Professional Development

Secret

Department of Defense