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Return to Civil Service as a senior level administrative professional utilizing my skills, experience and educational training to the fullest extent.  Experienced in multiple industries to include federal government, federal government contracting and public school education.  Proficient in use of Microsoft Word, Power Point and Excel.  Excellent people, communication, organization, administrative, database management and office automation skill-set.   


  • Teamwork and Service Orientation
  • Proactive Critical Thinking Skills
  • Attention to Detail
  • Consummate Interpersonal Skills
  • Officer and executive level administrative support.
  • Change Management Ability 

Work experience

Oct 2006Present

Special Education Assistant

Petersburg City Public Schools
  • Assist the Special Education Teacher in the preparation, monitoring, and delivery of curriculum to individuals and small groups of students with special learning needs and to do related work as assigned.
  • Perform administrative functions including grading, database management, electronic filing, developing teaching materials, preparing bulletin boards and attendance reports, and  writing instruction documents.
  • Work independently and directly with students according to structured curriculum guide or lesson plan.
  • Teach individuals and small groups of students by utilizing instructional materials and techniques in the core curriculum and learning skills.
  • Reward appropriate student behaviors according to a designed reinforcement strategy and respond in a prescribed manner to inappropriate behavior.
  • Model mutual respect and appropriate behavior in interacting with students.
  • Adhere to requirements for confidentiality regarding student information.
  • Operate audio-visual, duplicating and instructional machines including personal computers.
  • Participate in advance skill development workshops and continuing education courses; received a certificate in financial education. 
Oct 2003Oct 2005

Junior Analyst

Warden Associates, Inc.
  • Provided Acquisition Support, as Junior Analyst, in the contracting division of Defense Supply Center Richmond (DSCR).
  • Analyzed and documented information pertaining to procurement and inventory management in the training department.
  • Maintained documentation and historical data on Level I, II and III Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Certification, Certification of Appointment and warrant for procurement employees of Defense Supply Center Richmond (DSCR).
  • Ordered office supplies for the acquisition workforce department and all interns in the Supply and Procurement Internship.
  • Served as aid to trainers for Procurement Contracting Officer (PCO) Seminars.
  • Prepared presentations for procurement interns on various subjects.
  • Assembled and maintain Procurement Division timesheets. 
  • Provided database management for contracting, supply and Coop interns.
Jun 1979May 2002

Civil Service (Civil Service Retired)

United States Federal Government


Joint Theater Distribution (JTD)

Joint Test and Evaluation (JT&E)

Petersburg, Virginia23805

July 1998 - May 2002

  • Served as a executive secretary within a directorate made up of a colonel, lieutenant colonels, majors, captains and enlisted personnel.
  • Provided advanced support assisting with assessment of service system interoperability in joint operations, evaluation of joint technical and operational concepts and recommend improvements, validating testing methodologies that have joint applications, improving modeling and simulation (M&S) validity with field exercise data, increasing joint mission capability, using quantitative data for analysis, providing feedback to the acquisition and joint operations communities and improving joint tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP). Requisitioned office supplies, equipment and publications.
  • Scheduled appointments and made arrangements for business meetings.
  • Coordinated the necessary arrangements for travel, including arranging schedules of visits reservations, notifying organizations and officials to be visited and submitting travel reimbursement vouchers with o% error rate.
  • Tracked data from ships at different ports using the GTE system.

Office Service Assistant

Production Support Coordinator

U.S. Army Garrison and Fort Lee

Fort Lee, Virginia23801

July 1996 to June 1998

  • Rendered assistance and provided information to callers and visitors concerning activities of the Training Branch and maintained database of completed and required training for each employee.
  • Composed and typed the Weekly Activity Report (WAR) of highlights within the Training Branch.
  • Received visitors and telephone calls to the office, determined the nature of requests and directed callers to the appropriate staff, or personally provided the information desired when routine or procedural matters of the office are involved.
  • Provided Point-of-Contact between the directorate office and civilian employees concerning pay inquires and served as the directorate’s training coordinator and point of contact for handling civilian training.
  • Identified source of pay problems, determined what action was needed and advised employees of action taken toward resolution.
  • Processed work order requests (DA Form 3903) via inputting data into an automated system; assigned work order numbers and completion data, routed requests to appropriate branch in which work was to be accomplished, identified and reported reimbursable labor and materials to appropriate accountant; ensured satellite graphics areas forward work orders for entry, and provided status reports to work orders request and closed out work orders upon completion.
  • Effectively maintained office equipment and supplies, requisitioned supplies to replenish stock/inventory and exhibited exemplary ability in dealing with and resolving problems.
  • Served as a liaison responsible for coordinating both personnel and administrative actions; including performance appraisals, awards and training documents, maintaining time and attendance records for the office.
  • Completed monthly training and personnel strength reports.
  • Handled and managed all mail distribution and message traffic within the directorate.
  • Maintaineda suspense system on administrative tasking that required action and follow-up.
  • Ensured actions were completed in a timely manner to meet various suspense dates.
  • Coordinated with the division budget personnel to ensure that funds were available for needed training.

Editorial Assistant

U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and Fort Lee

Resources and Management, Fort Lee, VA 23801

June 1979 to July 1986

  • Edited draft and arithmetical, grammatical, accuracy, punctuation, capitalization, spelling, symbol, abbreviation, correctness of page numbering, page order and format.
  • Input, reviewed and edited editing information prior to magnetically recording on diskette utilizing features/software or CPT System 8000T.