Directly in charge of over 19 soldiers that oversee the entire company -Operations Officer in charge of all monthly functions that the unit accomplishes -Responsible for ensuring the training of all military events are effective and performed to standard
- Operations Officer at United States Army Reserves
- CADET S4 (SUPPLY) OFFICER IN CHARGE at
- Cadet S2 (Intelligence) officer in charge at
- Assistant S1 (Personnel) at
2 years, 8 months at this Job
- MASTERS - Academic and Leadership Potential
- BACHELORS OF SCIENCE
Leveraged a solid HR and Operations career history to direct and oversee daily operations for three departments, processing, operations, and medical. Ensure the organization was DoD compliant and demonstrated high efficiency levels in employment and succession planning - earning an "outstanding" rating during a major command inspection. Ranked #1 Operations Officer in the Battalion on workforce performance evaluations.
* Oversee stringent operations and HR goals within the Memphis Military Entrance Processing Station; direct processing of applicants for enlistment focused on adherence to all DoD policies.
* Monitor, review, and revise SOPs (standard operating procedures), incorporating feedback from personnel and management, utilized in streamlining training processes, implementing modernization, and process improvement initiatives.
* Host and lead executive meetings to provide management and executive leadership updates on operational challenges and possible improvement strategies.
* Drive mission success by meeting corporate objectives and contributing to business development efforts.
• Consistently achieved the highest award recognition from a staff over 740 personnel.
• Achieved the Rank of #1 in the division by implementing targeted cross-training strategies that developed staff skills with an overall score of 98.4%, an increase of 20% in less than 12 months.
• Key contributor in identifying all business requirements and rules related to Navy Remote DEP focused on flawless execution of Pilot - selected as FY 18 Eastern Sector Company Grade Officer of the Year.
• Collaborated between HR and other large departments and divisions to ensure all staff's administrative files, orders, awards, and evaluations were updated and accurate.
• Lead, train, and mentor six HR offices that maintain the #1 HR Metrics in the division through development of strategies to assess employee performance, improvement planning, and technical direction focused on core competencies.
- OPERATIONS OFFICER at United States Army
- CHIEF, PLANS AND OPERATIONS OFFICER at United States Army
- SENIOR MANAGER HUMAN RESOURCES at United States Army
3 years at this Job
- M.A. - Human Resources Management
- B.S. - Business Administration
9801 Dalrymple Road Fort Belvoir, VA 22080 06/2018 - Present Hours per week: 40 BN S-3 Cyber Planner Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Responsible for planning and coordination of operational requirements for Cyber OPFOR and NSA certified RED/BLUE Teams in support of 1st Information Operations Command (1st IO CMD). Plan threat based cyber Red/Blue exploitation, and penetration against Army, DoD, and other Government organizations. Coordinated and applied critical thinking Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) to organize and plan future operations in accordance with FM3-0, Army Operations and ADRP 5-5 operations process. Developed OPLANS, OPORDS and FRAGOs for cyberspace/IO operations. Developed BN SOP for assigned areas of responsibilities. Developed, reviewed and updated guidance based on ARMY, Joint, and DOD policies. Maintain awareness of Cyberspace events and developments through 2nd BN, 1st IO CMD SITREPS, Trip reports, EXSUMS, information papers and email. Liaise and brief with training audience as well as provide technical understanding of exploitation techniques and results. Provide expert analysis and assessment of information operations (IO), information systems, information related capabilities (IRC), adversarial use of information, significant or key cultural considerations that affect operational and tactical planning, security, accreditation and risk assessment. Reviewed and analyze tactical and operational-level IO-related directives and initiatives. Analyze operational tasking's from DOD, HQDA, ARCYBER, INSCOM, BDE to task subordinate units and monitors completion. Attends critical planning events, Key leader engagements while serving as interface for Cyber OPFOR and RED/BLUE Team missions in 1st IO CMD. CNIC (Department of the Navy) Washington Navy Yard 716 Sicard St., SE, Bldg. 111 Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20374 11/2017 - 06/2018 Hours per week: 40 Operations Officer Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Provide senior level experience for execution and oversight of Department of the Navy Emergency Operations Center focusing on real-time situational awareness and operational support ot he Director, Emergency Operations Center. Monitored world-wide strategic events to ensure the most up-to-date information is presented to Naval Executive Leadership in order to influence governmental decisions on the utilization of national and strategic level assets. Collaborates with DoN combatant commanders and staffs to ensure information flow of fleeting intelligence reports are actionable by tactical assets and strategic objectives are met within engagement parameters. SME for air Defense, Space-based, and strategic level asset employment during crisis-action planning cycle. Initiate incident management for incidents under the authority of Corporate Security. Receive information on multiple platforms and quickly assess and evaluate information to identify priority level. Staffed documents to senior military leaders. Conducted periodic SOP and policy revision and review. Compiled CRM into updated publication revision. Make informed decisions and initiate actions, often during stressful situations. Assess information received into the PSOC to ensure collection is complete for all pertinent requirements associated with the incident. Communicate with security leaders to coordinate the initiation of incidents in case management system. Document information and actions taken in case management system. Support security personnel by providing additional information through research of internal and external systems. Prepare and disseminate security products at the request of security leaders. Maintain situational awareness of ongoing incidents and events by monitoring internal systems and external open source systems. Provide direct and indirect support to security personnel as needed throughout the duration of the event. Monitor access control systems and surveillance cameras and investigate alarms and incidents. Monitor external open source platforms for physical security threats to Charter assets and initiate incident management when appropriate. Support all Charter business units, facilities, and employees by addressing any emergency and non-emergency incidents that come to the attention of the PSOC, whether security related or not. Conduct special projects and assignments in support of the PSOC and Corporate Physical Security operations. Perform other duties as requested. Veterans of Foreign Wars 281 McNair Rd Fort Myer, VA 22211 06/2016 - 05/2017 Hours per week: 40 National Pre-discharge Claims Consultant Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Accept/process claims for VA benefits as part of the Veterans of Foreign Wars veterans' outreach programs at military installations in the assigned geographical area, in support of the VA's Benefits Delivery at Discharge Program. Performs as a case manager and coordinates, as appropriate, with the local VFW Department Service Officer to monitor claim progression and review of decisions to determine actions to resolve questionable decisions. Conduct research and make inquiries pertaining to military service policies and regulations. Interacts with local VA regional office leadership and pertinent military officials in fulfillment of the mission to provide service to separating military personnel. Prepare statements on behalf of the client's claim or, if necessary, the appeal of an unfavorable decision. Assist, , the claimant as required in obtaining medical opinions from attending physicians or other health care professionals. Process inquiries from the veterans' community concerning veterans' benefits. Ensure that the appropriate claims forms are accurately and timely submitted. Review statutes, regulations and government directives to ensure that veterans' interests are articulated in accordance with VFW national mandates and the National Veterans Service Policy and Procedure. Make presentations describing the services provided by the Veterans of Foreign Wars to separating military personnel and, on an as-needed basis, to local veterans' communities and federal agencies. Interact with other veterans' service organizations and state veteran service agencies as needed. U.S. Army Headquarters 2-44 ADA Fort Campbell, KY 42223 United States 06/2013 - 01/2016 Hours per week: 60 Operations Sergeant Major Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Served as an Operations Manager for the Battalions Operations Officer. Supervised, mentored and provided professional development for an 18 person section. Responsible for planning, coordinating and executing training events and exercises for three Advanced Individual Training specialty schools. Managed personnel, facilities, and equipment to ensure all assigned tasks associated with training events and exercises were completed. Comprehensive knowledge of the missions, functions, doctrine, regulations and procedures required for the conduct of Computer Network Operations. Comprehensive knowledge of military operational planning process and the military decision making process (MDMP) in order to conduct mission analysis, develop detailed operational plans, policies and standard operating procedures for the conduct of Computer Network Operations. Ensured units had access to and experience on training aids, devices and simulators to create a realistic, combat environment during all training events. Drafted and reviewed daily security requirement ensuring that sensitive and classified training materials were accounted for and stored in accordance to local security policy Managed an inventory control that directly oversaw personnel, equipment, and transportation and training forecast valued in excess of $275 million. Developed essential partnerships across the installation that enabled the sharing of critical performance equipment, training sites, and facilities ensuring all training standards were achieved. Maintained Educational Certifications by ensuring 45 primary instructors completed scheduled training and certifications. Drafted and reviewed daily training requirements and execution plans for a large student based organization consisting of three distinct specialty schools. Briefed Senior Leadership on five-year training cycle of POI, Instructor Training Guides, ensuring all training and documentation were IAW TRADOC standards. Drafted and reviewed daily training requirements and execution plans for a large student based organization consisting of three distinct specialty schools. Assisted the commander in gathering relevant facts and evidence when dealing with statistical data to include medical reports, benefit entitlements, training requirements and readiness evaluations. Created processes and procedures that ensured equal distribution of battalion level tasking's that allowed subordinate units the flexibility and predictability to plan and execute their training plans. United States Army Sergeants Major Academy 11291 Sgt E Churchill, St. Fort Bliss, TX 79918 08/2012 - 06/2013 Hours per week: 40 Student Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Served as a board member on the counsel of students, responsible for the planning, resourcing, and execution of multiple class projects. Lead small group discussions and facilitation focused at the strategic material from the Training Support Packages and Lesson Plans the United States and Foreign Military students in a classroom environment. Reviewed, Revised, and wrote utilizing the instructional material format or method while developing TSP's and Lesson Plans to aid instructors preparing for instruction. Worked closely with other subject matter experts while reviewing final outlines of lesson plans and TSP's before sending to the Academy Senior Instructor for approval. Student operations manager preformed a variety of assignments that supported the course planning, organization and communications ensuring institutional standards were met. Contributed knowledge and professional experience to multiple class projects that enhanced the class lineage, and instilled esprit de corps. U.S. Army University of Arkansas Fayetteville, AR 72701 United States 04/2011 - 06/2012 Hours per week: 60 Senior Military Science Instructor- US Army Served as the Senior Military Science instructor for a Cadet Command Battalion at the University Of Arkansas, Fayetteville Arkansas. Responsible for the training of 180 cadets and 18 cadre/staff. Managed operations budget of $175,000. Developed the primary training for all Military Science Level I cadets. Served as the senior enlisted role model for all cadets providing counseling and assistance; recruits prospects for the basic and advance courses. Managed and conducted the JROTC unit according to school rules, regulations, and policies. The SAI advised school authorities on policy and regulation changes. Conducted public affairs effort in the local area middle and elementary schools, among school and community officials, civic groups, parent-teacher groups and other individuals or groups, designed to further the understanding of JROTC, the school and the Army. U.S. Army Headquarters 1-7 ADA Fort Bragg, NC 28307 United States 04/2009 - 07/2011 Hours per week: 40 First Sergeant/Senior Personnel Manager Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Served as the First Sergeant and senior advisor to the company commander. Managed and refined company policy focused towards planning, directing, and timely execution of a daily operation and staff functions for 87 employees. Oversaw the execution of weekly and quarterly revisions of the long and short range training schedule, goals and objectives for the work directed, resulting in 100% of training conducted to standard and within budget. Developed Programs of Instruction (POI), SOPs and Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) for combat and training operations and exercises. Managed the development and implementation of the safety and risk reduction program, focused towards attaining, and tracking critical certifications and licensing to ensure the safe operation of military vehicle, equipment, range operations and live training exercises. Developed and implemented professional development program for the platoon to ensure Soldiers were trained in technical, tactical and administrative aspects of their jobs. Maintained detailed database of personnel records to include specialized training certifications, counseling, administrative requirements, leave and pass, physical training plans and statistics, awards and evaluations and transition milestones. Reviewed reports and allegations of employee misconduct and provided advice and recommendations to the commander on administrative actions and punishment to resolved grievances and disciplinary infractions. Managed employees leaves, counseling, performance evaluations, professional development schools, retention, recruiting, training requirements and readiness, resulting in increased moral and a 45% increase in retention of highly skilled employees. Responsible for supervising the company's safety, barracks utilization, reports, and maintenance tracking of two barracks facilities, one office building and two motor pools. Supervised employee, on-boarding, time-off request, financial compensation, temp duty request, equal opportunity, and Sexual Assault & Harassment training requirements, resulting in a 97% reduction in incidents. Prepared and maintained organizational supply records and forms, ensuring proper maintenance and accountability of expendable and non-expendable items valued in excess of $2 million dollars. Provided technical guidance and support of supply management; reviewed records and information documents for accuracy and completeness; coordinated supply activities; posted transactions to organizational supporting transactions. Oversaw training and operation of Engagement Skills Trainer (EST), Laser Marksmanship Training System (LMTS), Call for Fire Trainer (CFFT), HMMWV Egress. SMDC (Space and Missile Defense Command) Martin Road building 5220 Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898 12/2007 - 02/2009 Hours per week: 40 Senior Personnel Manager Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Served as Senior Intelligence Analyst Gathered, analyzed, or evaluated information from a variety of sources, such as law enforcement databases, surveillance, intelligence networks or geographic information systems. Develops reviews and/or updates Army, Joint and DOD policies, regulations, doctrinal documents pertaining to computer network operations for outside agencies. Develops and or updates Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the CNO Operations Branch and assigned areas of responsibility which may cross multiple branches within the CNO Division. Develops and maintains the CNO Operations/Exercises Calendar for the Division. Oversees review and update of the CNO Ops section of the CNOD/ACERT webpage in conjunction with CNO Systems Branch Database and Webpage Designers. 20% Utilized gathered intelligence data to anticipate and prevent organized crime activities, such as terrorism. Validate known intelligence with data from other sources. Prepared comprehensive written reports, presentations, maps, or charts based on research, collection, and analysis of intelligence data. Created and implement security standards, policies, and procedures. Planned, directed, or coordinated security activities and inspections designed to safeguard assets, employees, guests, or others on company property. Developed, implemented, managed, and evaluated organizational policies and methods to protect personnel against harassment, threats, or violence. Directed the organization's security functions, including physical security and safety of employees, facilities, and assets. Collaborated with representatives from other government and intelligence organizations to share information or coordinate intelligence activities. Gathered intelligence information by field observation, confidential information sources, or public records. Responsible for the planning, synchronization and coordination of operational activities and/or staff actions. Coordinates and participates in Mission Analysis to plan and organize future operations IAW FM 3-0, Army Operations. Develops Operational Plans (OPLANs), Operational Orders (OPORDs) and Fragmentary Orders (FRAGOs) for worldwide Computer Network Operations (CNO). Prepares DA Messages for the Army G3 staff on a variety of computer network operational and security topics. Provides pre-deployment operational guidance and coordination for deploying teams as required. Maintains situational awareness of CNO operational events and deployments through review of SITREPs, Trip Reports, EXSUMs, Information Papers, and electronic correspondence. 50% Directed the organization's security functions, including physical security and safety of employees, facilities, and assets. Created and implement security standards, policies, and procedures. Planned, directed, or coordinated security activities and inspections designed to safeguard assets, employees, guests, or others on company property. Developed, implemented, managed, or evaluated policies and methods to protect personnel against harassment, threats, or violence. Trained subordinate professionals in security policy, rules and procedures, communicated security status, updates, and actual or potential problems, using established protocols.
- Operations Officer at IO Command
- National Pre-discharge Claims Consultant at VA's Benefits Delivery at Discharge
- Operations Sergeant Major at
- Sgt E Churchill at United States Army Sergeants Major Academy
7 months at this Job
- BS degree
• Supervise all aspects of operations of a massive force of 11 Military Sealift Command prepositioning ships, 350 Civilian Contract Mariners and housing over $16 billion worth of military cargo, weaponry, rolling stock, and ammunition; while permanently forward-deployed to Diego Garcia within the Seventh Fleet area of operations.
• Served as Operations Officer. Oversaw multiple events ranging from ships movement to maintenance with no back up, making necessary command decisions.
• Provided briefings and tours to British distinguished visitors from the Foreign Commonwealth Office and US distinguished visitors from the State Department onboard squadron vessels, educating them on the Maritime Prepositioning Force strategic mission and the invaluable importance the presence in Diego Garcia has in U.S and allied strategy. Enhanced diplomatic relations at local and national level and established the importance of the maritime prepositioning program and the dedication to environmental policies in this unique forward deployed location ahead of the 2016 lease renewal in Diego Garcia.
• Vital in the coordination and execution of Exercise SABER STRIKE 2017, a NATO sponsored, MAREUR supported exercise with 3 NATO partner Nations. Provided oversight and coordination for the proper execution of the Maritime Prepositioning Force portion of the exercise.
• Leveraged all available resources, directing attention to improve the material condition of COMPSRON TWO ships, and enhanced overall Squadron and Military Sealift Command readiness. The last 4 Operational Conditional Inspections of COMPSRON TWO ships showed an average of a 35% decrease in discrepancies. Creating an upward trend in the overall readiness of COMPSRON TWO to safely and professionally meet all operational commitments.
• Organized and conducted a thorough and efficient Diego Garcia Familiarization tour for Commander, Military Sealift Command Far East providing insight to the full spectrum of opportunities and challenges that MSC faces in Diego Garcia Including arranging meetings with British and Naval Support Facility Leadership, Ships' Masters and Engineers of the Squadron providing a full perspective for his first visit to Diego Garcia, Maximizing his understanding and appreciation of the work being done in Diego Garcia, winning positive recognition from the commodore.
• Coordinated with the British Royal Navy and Marines to maximize area readiness and to provide a force multiplier through effective coordination of area capabilities. Resulting in British Royal Marines operating onboard COMPSRON TWO ships to conduct the Chagos Archipelago Maritime Domain Awareness Operations determining standard "normal" traffic patterns in the vicinity in support of improving force protection efforts and environmental/resource protection. Assist. Operations Officer, Combined Task Force Fifty-One, Juffair, Bahrain 2015 - 2016
• Managed Amphibious Warfare operations for 3 Expeditionary Strike Groups. Covering more than 5,000 personnel and 12 various class ships
• Ensured all operational, force protection, country clearances, situational messages and reports were delivered on time, professional and in accordance with proper guidance.
• Developed Concept of Operations and Schedule of events for Amphibious Operations and briefed to Fifth Fleet Command staff including a two star Admiral. Liaison with multiple organizations including Department of Defense, State Department, defense contractors and others.
• Maintained 100% mission accomplishment while balancing three Amphibious Readiness Group ship swaps, five multinational exercise, twelve theater security cooperation events, 12 major casualties limiting the availability of vessels involved.
• Trained and qualified 10 Staff Duty Officers, 7 Battle Watch Officers, and 5 Battle Watch Captains creating capacity to command and control US Amphibious Forces.
- Operations Officer at UNITED STATES NAVY
- Operations Specialist Chief Petty Officer September at UNITED STATES NAVY
- Airfield Manager and Emergency Management/Training Officer at UNITED STATES NAVY
- Operations Department Leading Chief Petty Officer and Combat Information Center Watch Officer at UNITED STATES NAVY
1 year, 10 months at this Job
As the senior operations officer directly supportted the chief executive officer.
Tasked with providing direct management support of United States Army and European Forces in planning, resourcing, consultation and compliance with higher headquarters. Assisted in the allocation of $50 million budget. Managed the execution of department projected maneuvers, operations, services, and administrative functions to ensure compliance with organizational objectives. Reviewed training plan proposals for responsiveness and compliance. Oversaw the daily operations of 5 departments consisting of 500 employees. Acted as the liaison between a chief executive officer and department heads. Monitored and assessed 200 hazardous trainings and implemented calculated measures to assure personnel safety. Planned and conducted squadron resources, briefings, synchronization meetings, and quarterly training assessments. Maintained direct supervision of department financial paperwork and tracking reports.
• Drafted three standard operating procedures(120 pages) for international deployments within the limits of international, national and commercial regulatory.
• Developed a winning theme by saving the squadron over $10 million in the fiscal year 2017 utilizing a 72-hour mission analysis which consist of course of action, development, and an equipment analysis. The pre planning lead to a successful international training exercise, resulting in the squadron receiving the Deployment Exercise Award.
• Completed more than 20 projects in FY 17 in compliance with international European Armed Forces law without loss of licensing.
• Trained 200 personnel including Soldiers, government officials, contractors, on movement of dangerous items.
- Operations Officer at United States Army
- Dental Technician, Safety Officer, Unit Movement Officer, Environmental Control Officer at UNITED STATES ARMY / ARMY RESERVE
- Customer Service and sales professional aimed at Enterprise Holdings
1 year, 9 months at this Job
- Bachelors of Science - Health Science
Directed all operations and administration in support of Special Operations Advisory Group headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan. Provided analysis and planning interface as part of a cadre of professionals who speak the local language, are culturally attuned, and focus on the problem sets as regional experts for Afghanistan/ Pakistan.
• Primary advisor to Afghan Operations officer, Training officer, and Tactical Operations officer for Afghan Special Security Force - 1,000 security personnel.
• Planned and guided the execution of short- and long-term operations which included over 100 high-profile missions, 150 successful training evolutions and the logistical deployment of over 500 soldiers.
• Directed and ensured special operations conducted in accordance with Afghan rule of law and Afghan presidential directives.
• Produced and integrated first ever operations reporting procedures, increasing both training and operations communication efficiency by 50%.
- Operations Officer in Charge at United States Navy
- Navy Region Midwest Director at Navy Wounded Warrior Program
- Squadron Administration Officer at U.S. Navy
3 years at this Job
- Master of Arts in Strategic Security Studies - Strategic Security Studies
- Diploma - Command and Staff
- Bachelor of Arts - Political Science
Assistant Operations Officer for 2-508 Parachute Infantry Regiment responsible for managing long
range operations and projects, marketing, and public affairs.
• Responsible for planning and executing multiple organizational events.
• Manage marketing operations for the organization
• Manage and develop public out reach and public affairs
• Developed extensive administrative tracking systems to coordinate events, planning, and resourcing
- Assistant Operations Officer at U.S Army
- Platoon Leader at U.S Army
- Solutions Developer at Morris Technology
6 months at this Job
- Master's - Information Security & Assurance
- Bachelor's - Computer Science
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS: * Possess an active Department of the Defense Top Secret/SCI Security Clearance * Over 10 years of military and civilian experience working in Foreign Relations and Intelligence, including deployments to Japan and Iraq * Prior service U.S. Navy; employed at National Security Agency, El Paso Intelligence Center/Immigration and Naturalization Service * More than six years’ experience in Human Resources, Personnel and Physical Security * Computer literate/proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint * Excellent written, verbal and proof reading skills EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, Park University, Fort Bliss, TX, Summa Cum Laude Graduate (One of eleven selected for membership in the Pinnacle Society, a Park College Honor Society) University of Texas at El Paso Russian and Spanish DIA, Special Security Officer Course, Fayetteville, NC Graduate, Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course, Fort Huachuca, AZ Graduate, Officer Candidate School, Fort Benning, GA Graduate, Defense Language Institute, Russian Language, Monterey, CA PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: U.S. ARMY 2007–2017 Operations Coordinator and Planner, Headquarters U.S. Central Command Interagency - Tampa, Florida * Position critical to the Operations Directorate and supports the ongoing combat operatives within the USCENTCOM Area of Operation * Worked directly with interagency partners and supported theater operations and forces deployed to the area of operations * Planned and pursued actions with Interagency partners against national security threats posed by terrorists, insurgents, adversary states, illegal drugs networks, trafficking, piracy, threat finance and money laundering networks and any potential nexus among these activities * Provided interagency operations and intelligence analytic support; wrote information papers, action plans and developed and executed briefing on findings * Contributed to strategic and operational planning activities by providing to interagency input * Served as the Operations Directorate focal point for management of Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act (FOI/PA) actions within the Joint Operational scope of activities * Processed the recommended redaction according to public law, Presidential Executive Orders, DoD and regulatory guidelines Manager of Operations, Capabilities, Development and Integration Office, Intelligence Center of Excellence -Fort Huachuca, Arizona * Developed enhanced environment between contractors, civilians and military personnel through team building and goal setting * Articulate communications with senior military and civilian personnel, at various levels, throughout the Federal Government and U.S. Military Intelligence Community * Administered operational procedures and plans to ensure command and control. Maximized efficient use of resources to achieve overall mission success Balancing Iranian Influence (BII) Action Officer - Baghdad, Iraq * Developed, coordinated and executed interagency operations throughout the Iraq Area of Operations * Facilitated operational planning team and working groups to coordinate kinetic and non-kinetic actions of Dept. of Defense, Dept of State, US Agency for International Development and other interagency partners aimed at countering extremist organizations, proxy groups and their support networks * Supported planning and execution of monthly updates to the Commanding General and assisted with assessment of US strategy to address drivers of instability that might destabilize the Government of Iraq * Managed all Team electronic files serving as the Knowledge Management Operations Liaison * Compiled and tracked all historical documents and ensured accuracy and accessibility of archives * Coordinated training plans and sought input from Subject Matter Experts, internal and external to the organization and advised higher Headquarters on status * Sought resources to support training requirements, conducted meetings to synchronize execution and reviewed status of ongoing training operations * Advised, reviewed and assisted Private Security Companies seeking arming authority in the Iraqi theater of Operations Operations Officer/Security Officer - Fort Hood, Texas * Established, developed implemented and reviewed mission support and operational plans for III Corps and Fort Hood * Appointed as the Special Security Officer in charge, directly responsible for the management and implementation of Sensitive Compartmented security policies and procedures * Assisted the installation Emergency Operations Center during emergency situations due to natural disaster, antiterrorism, and Force Protection events Intelligence Officer in Charge - Austin, Texas * Lead Project Officer for implementation of the first Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility for the Texas Army National Guard * Established the Intelligence Analysis Operations for the Joint Forces Headquarters * Worked Command, Control and coordinated directly with the Texas Division of Emergency Management, the Director of Homeland Security, and the Governor’s office * Set up a Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) specific threat cell focused on protecting Texas Soldiers and Airmen from natural and manmade threats both during DSCA missions and while at Home Station during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita * Audited and verified administrative and financial records of organizations receiving grants to ensure compliance with State and Federal regulations; provided technical assistance and instruction to the grantees on proper financial management and program guidelines
- Operations Officer at U.S. Army
10 years, 1 month at this Job
- Bachelor of Science - Criminal Justice
- - Russian and Spanish
• 13years experience in retail operations/sales environment
• 9 years experience in bank operations Retail Operations and Management DORMAN'S LIGHTING & DESIGN, Retail Lighting Showroom, Lutherville, MD Chief Operations Officer, 2010 to Present Managed daily operations for retail showroom with annual revenues of 2.5 million.
• Entrusted with primary financial responsibility for business.
• Streamlined procedures to increase efficiency and tightened inventory controls.
• Focused staff on customer service and expansive product knowledge as means to differentiate showroom from competitors and internet.
• Handled personnel including hiring, firing, benefits and compliance for 17 employees.
• Selected and implemented new computer system.
• Represented owner at quarterly industry owners meetings.
• Reduced budget by 10% each of last nine years
• Maintained viable showroom thru recession by effectively reducing costs, managing inventory, and focusing on excellent customer service while competitors downsized.
- Chief Operations Officer at Retail Operations and Management
- Treasurer at Boy Scouts of America
- Controller at
- Supply Chain Manager at AV IMPORTS
9 years at this Job
- Bachelor of Arts - Economics
Hours per week: 40 Series: 1801 Pay Plan: SV Grade: I Lead Operations Officer (This is a federal job) Duties: Serve as one of the principle advisors to the Special Agent in Charge on all deployment matters to include Federal Air Marshal (FAM) Directives, Standard Operating Procedures, and internal policies. Manage the Operations Staff to ensure optimal FAM placement for maximum mission coverage and effectiveness. Respond to issues involving FAM operational force, including law enforcement situations, schedule conflicts, property inventory, and equipment issuance. Supervisor: Tess Hawkins (571-420-1247) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
- Lead Operations Officer at Federal Air Marshal Service
- Federal Air Marshal at SV Grade
- Assistant Operations Officer at SV Grade
- Pilot, First Officer Part at NetJets Aviation
1 month at this Job
- Bachelor's Degree
- Associate's Degree