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Country of Citizenship:
United States

Veterans’ Preference:
No

Registered for Selective Service:

Availability:
Job Type: Permanent
Work Schedule: Full-Time

Work Experience:
Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Central Field Office
305 Bronson Ave
Bldg 2B Suite 100
Great Lakes, IL 60088 US 11/2008 – Present
Salary: 55,533.00 USD Per Year
Hours per week: 40
Series: 0303 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 07
Program Support Assistant (Federal Position)
Supervisor: Roberta Fox (847-688-3613)
Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
Collaborated with the Special Agent in Charge, two Assistant Special Agent’s in Charge, Field Operations Support Officer, Supervisory Program Analyst, Investigative Analyst and Program Support Assistant, within the NCISFO. Monitor and maintain all procurement actions within 20 subordinate offices following appropriate regulations. Ensure monthly bills are paid and any discrepancies are resolved, and contracts are cancelled on services no longer required in offices that have been re-located. Initiated cost analysis spreadsheet that assists in providing statistical reporting on cost effective savings of going paperless. Fleet Coordinator for the NCISFO providing assistance and guidance to personnel on all issued vehicles, and successfully completed turnover of 33 vehicles throughout the NCISFO. Ensured funding was provided for removal of 11 Light/Siren packages from the vehicles prior to turn-in. POC for leasing company regarding incoming vehicles and temporary tags and for Wright Express fuel card—developed fuel cost spreadsheet providing management expenditure reporting each quarter. Serve as Security Manager for the NCISFO that ensures quarterly COMSEC Inspection paperwork is correct, monthly audits are complete and keys are reloaded on a quarterly basis. Maintain the security system ensuring all required employees are logged into the system and receive entry badges. As Alternate Approving Official for the Defense Travel System, ensure all Travel Authorizations are approved in the absence of the Supervisory Program Analyst. Official Timekeeper for the NCISFO ensuring newly hired/transferred personnel is assigned to the correct office and supervisor. Monitor payroll and prepare biweekly reports from computerized man-hours system and assist personnel on any HR or payroll inquiries.

Naval Criminal Investigative Service Resident Agency
2540A Paul Jones St
Bldg 2, 2nd Floor East
Great Lakes, IL 60088 US 07/1998 – 09/2008
Hours per week: 40
Series: 0303 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 07
Program Support Assistant (Federal job)
Supervisor: Theresa Wheeler (850-452-4211)
Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
Lead Program Support Assistant for the NCISRA reviewing, transmitting and mailing cases daily including classified cases via SIPRNET computer. Maintained computerized Case Control System that identified all cases received and prepared weekly updates and monthly reports for management and agent staff. Served as Vehicle Coordinator for NCISRA and monitored 15 to 20 vehicle registrations, repairs, preventative maintenance and turnover initiatives. Inventory Management providing adequate oversight of supplies supporting the office and submitted requests for purchases following established policy. Monitored facilities/office spaces reporting safety hazards and equipment malfunctions, and prepared work orders when necessary. Assisted staff on inquiries regarding payroll, travel, vehicles and other operational support, and served as Alternate Security Manager for the NCISRA.

Naval Criminal Investigative Service Midwest Field Office
2540A Paul Jones St
Great Lakes, IL US 11/1992 – 06/1998
Hours per week: 40
Series: 0303 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 07
Supervisory Support Services Assistant (Federal job)
Supervised four Investigative Assistants and one Financial Resource Technician within 4-state region. Prepared performance evaluations, awarded recommendations and counseling statements, and assisted the Assistant Special Agent in Charge (ASAC) during yearly inspections of subordinate offices. Approved official for Government Commercial Purchase Card and oversaw budget, verified yearly contracts where renewed and approved various supply/service requests from subordinate offices. Coordinated various management conferences wihtin the Field Office that included hosting administrative conferences for professional staff. Assisted in interview process and hiring of Field Office Computer Specialist and Support Clerk. Participated as recorder for two GS-13 Special Agent Promotion Boards, and trained Support and Agent personnel on various administrative procedures including Defense Travel System and SLDCADA Timekeeping System. Along with Supervisory duties I continued to provide additional case management support, supply, travel requests and payroll duties of the Program Support Assistant.

Naval Investigative Service Resident Agency
2540A Paul Jones St
Bldg 2 2nd Floor East
Great Lakes, IL 60088 US 06/1989 – 11/1992
Hours per week: 40
Series: 0303 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 06
Secretary (This is a federal job)
Supervisor: James J. Baker (847-816-6619)
Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
Secretary for the NISRA providing administrative support and typing of Agent’s handwritten case reports and transmitting and mailing cases on a daily basis. Maintained computerized Case Control System and case identification oversight, and received and prepare weekly updates and monthly reports. Entered Time Card information into computerized payroll system for each employee and completed all appropriate reports. Provided Inventory Management of office supplies.

Finance and Accounting Office

Fort Sheridan, IL US 04/1989 – 06/1989
Hours per week: 40
Administrative Services Supervisor (Federal job)
Supervised two GS-04 Clerk Typists and one GS-05 Supply Clerk and provided technical advice to Finance and Accounting Officer, his Deputy, six Branch Chiefs and six Supervisors for all administrative service and support. Set priorities and scheduled work for subordinates oversaw all workforce assignments. Supervised Supply Clerk in the purchase and control of supplies, equipment and building equipment maintenance. Prepared employee performance standards and appraisals for administrative branch personnel, and maintained internal controls ensuring performance standards and appraisals were completed within the required time frame for all civilian employees within the Finance and Accounting Office. Developed personnel actions that included recruiting and hiring, promotions, extending appointments, resignations and terminations for approximately 105 civilian employees within the Finance and Accounting Office. Central point of contact for Finance and Accounting Personnel on training and personnel matters. Distributed information on training to each Branch ensuring proper forms are completed and approved prior to training date. As Records Management Coordinator, maintained personnel files for approximately 105 Civilian and 45 Military personnel within the Finance and Accounting Office. Ensured correspondence was filed immediately and in accordance with the Modern Army Record Keeping System.

Finance and Accounting Office

Fort Sheridan, IL US 04/1985 – 04/1989
Hours per week: 40
Office Services Clerk (Federal job)
Assistant to the Administrative Services Supervisor, Alternate Records Management Coordinator, Alternate Key Custodian and Official Mail Control Officer for the Finance and Accounting Office. Prepared daily and monthly operations reports and monthly strength reports. Due to a heavy turnaround of the Administrative Branch aided in familiarizing three new Administrative Supervisors with technical aspects of finance. Trained two GS-03 Clerk Typists, five GS-04 Clerk Typists, one GS-04 Secretary and one GS-05 Office Services Clerk. Assigned as the Chief Administrative Services for a six month period during a vacancy.

Education:
Tomah High School Tomah, WI US
High School or equivalent 06/1981

Job Related Training:
Making the Transition form Staff to Supervisor – SEP 2011
Microsoft Excel 2007 – AUG 2011
GSA Smartpay Conference – AUG 2011
DON Purchase Card CitiDirect Cardholder Certification Course (Version: 1) – APR 2009
DOD Govt Purchase Card CLG001 Section 891 – APR 2009
NSPS iSuccess – JUL 2008
NSPS 101 – JUN 2008/OCT 2007
GSA SmartPay Travel Card – JUN 2007
DON Fleet Card User Certification Course (Version: 1) – MAR 2006/DEC 2005
Advanced Excel 2000 – JUN 2004
Interviews and Interrogation Understanding Subconscious Cues – MAR 2004
EEO Counselor Training for New Counselors – DEC 2003
Excel 2000 – Level 2 – SEP 2003
Windows 2000 – Level 1 – AUG 2003
High Impact Communication Skills for Women – JUL 2003
How to Handle People with Tact and Skill – JUN 2003
Excel 2000 – Level 1 – SEP 2001
Beginning Windows 98 – AUG 2001
Effective Listening – JUN 1998
Civilian Employee Assistance Program – JAN 1997
Civilian Personnel Procedures – OCT 1996
NAVSUP Simplified Acquisition Procedures – MAY 1996
NAVSUP Commercial Purchase Card Course – APR 1996
SCAAIR Ammunition Course – NOV 1995
Word Perfect 5.1/QDOS – AUG 1992
ADP (QDOS/DBASE/ETC) – AUG 1990

Affiliations:

References:
Name Employer Title Phone Email
Lynn Masony Naval Criminal Investigative Service Investigator (216) 522-6774
Michael Keleher (*) Naval Criminal Investigative Service Supervisory Special Agent 571-305-9770
Jason Gill (*) Naval Criminal Investigative Service Supervisory Special Agent 847-688-5655
Joseph Raphael (*) Naval Criminal Investigative Service Special Agent (JTTF) (312) 519-7838 OR (312) 829-52
Barrie Rommes Retired 850-494-1384 brommes@aol.com
(*) Indicates professional reference

Additional Information:
DEC 2010 – Performance Award
JUN 2010 – Time Off Award-16hrs
JAN 2010 – NSPS Performance Award
JAN 2010 – NSPS Performance Increase
MAY 2009 – Time Off Award-8hrs
SEP 2008 – Special Act Award
SEP 2007 – Special Act Award
SEP 2006 – Special Act Award
MAR 2006 – Time Off Award-8hrs
AUG 2005 – Special Act Award
AUG 2004 – Special Act Award
AUG 2003 – Special Act Award
AUG 2002 – Special Act Award
AUG 2001 – Performance Award
AUG 1999 – Performance Award
JUL 1998 – Performance Award
JUN 1998 – Time Off Award-8 hrs
JUL 1995 – Performance Award
DEC 1994 – Time Off Award-24 hrs
JUN 1993 – Quality Step Increase
JUN 1992 – Performance Award
JUL 1991 – Quality Step Increase
JUL 1990 – Quality Step Increase

May 1988 – nominated and selected as Fort Sheridan’s Civilian Employee of the Quarter.

Currently hold a Top Secret Security Clearance.

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