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NCOIC, Information/Administration Management

Demonstrated extensive experience, a highly motivated work ethic and results-driven professionalism, recognized for commitment to excellence, with demonstrated expertise in communicating oversight of Office of Air Force Reserve budgetary resources.
As a United States Active Air Force NCO, demonstrating excellent business acumen, able to administer dependable and strategic budgetary performance planning, directing, consulting, and managing all facets of administrative resource management of Government Travel Card and Defense Travel System and assist in the oversight of the Government P-Card to successfully achieve targeted organizational goals.
Self-motivated professional, offering administrative expertise, strong knowledge of budgetary constraints, principles, and deep understanding of all current military applicable programs, demonstrating broad based and transferable qualifications.
A multitude of versatile skills will transfer into the government administrative sector that creates and maintains high levels of efficiency and productivity. Advanced understanding of all military venues, programs, budgetary management concepts, and current economics, that facilitates concise and diligent attention to detail.

Provide efficient and effective implementation knowledge of strategies supporting personnel policies and programs that include officer and enlisted evaluations, promotions, assignments, recruitment, manpower, awards, retention, fitness, medical, retirement, disciplinary and training actions. Complete understanding and demonstrated experience of appropriate military and civilian regulatory laws, and knowledgeable of all administrative paperwork required for officers and enlisted on military personnel issues and programs.

Proven track record of implementing the necessary administrative support principles that garner personnel support activities. Dedicated to maintaining a reputation built on quality, service, and uncompromising ethics.

 Personnel Support
 Vendor Management
 Personnel Policy/Program
 Resource Management
 Travel/Mobility Oversight
 Time Management
 Budget Resource Oversight
 Suspense Programs
 Communications/Reports
 Conflict Resolution/Negotiations
 Policies/Procedures
 Document Proofing/Editing

 Directly responsible for the management/administration of the Government Travel Card and Defense Travel System and assist in the oversight of the Government Purchase Card.
 Manage Unit Deployment (UDM) program, Preventive Health Assessment and Individual Medical Readiness (PIMR) and Ancillary Training Manager Program, ensuring all Air Staff personnel meet mobility requirements.
 Ensure Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) requirements are considered during peace/wartime planning.
 Manage, review and process all officer and enlisted performance reports (OPRs/EPRs) and Awards and Decorations through vPC-GR.
 Ensure administrative priorities are met with maximum productivity, and develop and maintain forms, publications and unit file plans for organization.


United States Air Force SEP 2009 to Present
NCOIC, Information and Task Management
1150 Air Force Pentagon, Washington, D.C. Zip Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ xxxxxxx / month
Telephone: xxx-xxx-xxxx
 Provide superior administrative service and support for all assigned military personnel, demonstrating sound program knowledge of Resource Management, Executive Services Division.
 Oversee Office of Air Force Reserve budgetary resources, and manage Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) program and determine MPA/RPA allocations.
 Develop and maintain REE Community of Practice (CoP) website. Manage Defense Travel System (DTS), acts as Organizational Defense Travel Administrator (ODTA) for AF/REE.
 Assist the Chief, Resource Management in planning/coordination space allocation meetings and development of products and presentations for the Air Staff.
 Collaborate with local training managers to ensure Individual Reservist (IR) remain Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) proficient.
 Verify compliance with personnel policies, directives and procedures while monitoring personnel actions for timeliness, propriety and accuracy, and advice officers and enlisted on military personnel issues and programs.
 Currently hold Top Secret Clearance.

United States Air Force – 78 Air Refueling Squadron JAN 2005 to SEP 2009
NCOIC, Force Support
Street Address, McGuire AFB, NJ Zip Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
• Developed reports, memos, spreadsheets and related documentation that supported Personnel activities using Microsoft Office applications in support of Operation Noble Eagle.
• Maintained, monitored and processed suspense programs for more than 60 EPRs and distributed 166 copies of EPRs to several Base agencies.
• Ensured all security policies, procedures and regulations were met, and briefed all unauthorized personnel on necessary steps required to gain appropriate authorization.
• Independent collaboration with unit personnel that accurately identified problems with administrative processes and procedures, and developed appropriate recommendations.
• Accurately gathered documents, regulations, publications, correspondence and reports in a timely manner to prepare outgoing documents for unit, commander and organization, ensuring documents were proofed and editing as appropriate.
• Served as Unit Training Manager and Passport Agent—conducted training in support of unit mission requirements.
• Prepared budget to support training requirements and submitted to unit commander for approval.
• Conducted SAVs, and monitored squadron budget under the direction of Operations Office.

United States Air Force – 166 Security Forces Squadron NOV 2002 to JAN 2005
Administrative Support Tech, GS-06
2600 Spruance Dr., New Castle, DE Zip Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
 Established and maintained appropriate suspense system that ensured administrative processes were completed within established suspense deadline.
 Successfully identified and researched wide variety of administrative problems to determine appropriate solution.
 Provide extra support assistance when needed, and provide variety of security needs, often going beyond position expectations.
 Prepared travel orders, and annual training and promotion orders on military personnel.
 Described and assisted on complex network concepts to personnel in non-technical terms for easy grasp of knowledge.
 Created memos, spreadsheets, letters, messages, surveys, directives, reports and correspondence, and accurately developed procedures that positively affected administrative management and program development within the unit.
 Oversaw travel arrangements, schedules, transportation and travel itineraries.
 Performed phone support, scheduled appointments, and commander visits, analyzed and designed forms following established regulations, and maintained master file plan for unit.

HQ Delaware Air National Guard NOV 2003 to APR 2004
Family Services Coordinator
1st Regiment Rd., Wilmington, DE Zip Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month

 Served as advisor on quality of life and Family Program matters for National Guard and reserves members with goal of maximizing retention and readiness.
 Assisted in development, planning and implementation of Family Program that included readiness, volunteer management and improving quality of life and well being of members and families.
 Assisted in planning, maintaining and updating ongoing system of information and referral for use by the military community.
 Received and maintained volunteer hours that supported Family Readiness Groups, effectively designed and conducted training programs for volunteers, and conducted volunteer recognition activities.
 Served as representative at conferences and meetings on quality of life and Family Program initiatives.
 Planned and coordinated mobilization processes for pre-deployment, deployment and post-deployment initiatives, and provided budgetary assistance for program.
 Advised chain of command of current and proposed programs and policies that required modification to improve family readiness and wellness.

Active Duty United States Air Force JAN 1999 to NOV 2002
E4/3S051 Personnel
Street Address, Dover AFB, DE Zip Hours/week: 40
Supervisor: John Doe Starting Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month
Supervisor may be contacted Ending Salary: $ X,XXX.XX / month

 Input information in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), MILPDS and PCIII that processed retirements and separations.
 Processed more than 600 retirement requests and 1000+ separation requests, and Palace Chase and Palace Front actions.
 Processed prior and non-prior service enlistments and SGLI benefits, and ensured that Unit Personnel Record Groups (UPRGs) were accurately maintained and updated.
 Developed DD Form 214 for military members separating or retiring, and provided counsel for more than 2,350 military members on eligibility for separation and retirement to accurately determine eligibility.
 Processed more than 200 Stop Loss Waivers and Hardship Discharge, Appellate leave and Dishonorable Discharge Packages.
 Purged and mailed out medical records to appropriate Veteran Hospitals and staging areas.
 Conducted mass separation and retirement briefings to inform military member on the process and steps to take for proper separation or retirement.

Education / Training / Honors

Degree – Southern Illinois University – Expected 2012
Degree – Strayer University – Currently Enrolled
A.A., Human Resources – Community College of the Air Force – FEB 2009

Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Enhancement Course – JUL 2011
Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Academy In-Residence – Graduated Mar 2011
Non-Commissioned Officer Academy In-Residence – Graduated May 2008
Airman Leadership School In-Residence – Graduated April 2004

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