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Operations / Project Management

Staff Training…….Process & Procedure…….Forecast Requirements…….Program Management
Dynamic, pioneering and respected Operations Executive with a demonstrated track record of leading cutting-edge project/program development, market positioning and penetration strategies that align perception and create distinction among competitors. Bold, analytical thinker and high-energy leader with innate ability to influence decisions and gain the trust of peers, clients and management teams. Eager to contribute advanced operations expertise, teambuilding initiatives and leadership skills toward optimizing the goals of a world class employer in a Senior Level Operations role.

CORE STRENGTHS
Program Engineering │Public Relations │Training Management │Process/Procedures │Cost Cutting
Negotiations │Compliance │Problem Resolution │Performance/Productivity

QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE
 Oversee compliance regarding all organizational policies and procedures.
 Demonstrated expertise in development and administration of annual budgets, cost containment, purchasing, and inventory control.
 Strategically evaluate, train, and develop staff, and provide appropriate feedback regarding performance and training goals.
 Prepare innovative and compelling presentations that represent the organization during speaking engagements at local schools and colleges, resulting in promoting strong community relations and organizational efforts.
 Expertise in planning, compiling and forecasting formal school training requirements based on force management variables, and mission modifications.
 Perform scheduled staff assistance visits to serviced units, perform detailed evaluations concerning training programs, determine compliance with current regulations, and critically review effectiveness of unit training documentation.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
(Military Technician, National Guard) 2008 – Present
Operations NCO, Joint Operations Center (JOC), Joint Force Headquarters, Camp Mabry, TX
 Prepare, review, consolidate, and disseminate required reports that provide the Texas Adjutant General with an updated status of all Texas Military Forces participating in both domestic and military operations throughout the nation.
 Coordinate with federal and state organizations in requests for military asset support.
 Conduct periodic mission reconciliations with State Operations Center (SOC) and subordinate Task Forces to maintain current status of missions/tasking.
 Assist with scheduling and set up of the JOC, plans area and ensure that all required references, materials, equipment, and audiovisuals are available and operational in support of operations.
 Review incoming and internally generated messages to ensure appropriate staff interaction and coordination occurs in a timely manner.
 Prepare and coordinate work schedules and information for posting to mission status boards, situation maps, and other operational status displays.
(Air National Guard, Drill Status Guardsman) 2008 – Present
First Sergeant, 147th Security Forces Squadron, Ellington Field, Joint Reserve Base, Houston, TX
 Key advisor to the commander on enlisted proceedings, ensure safety, morale, and welfare of enlisted Airmen and their families.
 Provide commander with mission-ready force by exercising quality leadership to execute the unit’s mission.
 Provide key leadership and guidance to supervisors and members that enable problem and complaint resolutions.

Training/Protocol NCO, Field Training – United States Air Force 2006 – 2008
 Managed all aspects of Field Training Flight’s (FTF) training program.
 Oversaw maintenance and upkeep of On-the-Job Training records (AF Fm 623) for flights.
 Continually updated Ancillary Training of all cadres in two separate Web-based databases: Advanced Distributed Learning Service (ADLS) and Basic Military Training Personnel Database.
 Tracked and analyzed training programs, generated monthly/quarterly reports, and conducted in-house training for flight members.
 Performed periodic lesson plan checks and kept instructors advised of any changes.
 Assisted supervisors and trainers in development of sound training practices and indoctrinating new cadre members, and Flight Commander and Superintendent’s key advisor on all military drill and ceremonies events.
 Served as 737th Training Group’s primary point of contact for Airmen Expeditionary Force (AEF) recognition program; validated compliance and compiled statistical data.
 Performed as Protocol NCO during flight level briefings and coordinated organizational tours for distinguished visitors.
 Instrumental in development of curriculum for Basic Expeditionary Airman Skills Training (BEAST) program.
Active Duty – United States Air Force 2004 – 2006
Air Force Reservist 2002 – 2004
Interim Section Supervisor, Unit Training Manager, Military Training Instructor
 Served as role model and mentor for 400 trainees annually in Basic Military Training (BMT).
 Provided supervision, leadership, and instruction on the fundamentals essential to instill discipline, pride teamwork, and Air Force core values.
 Appointed as primary mentor for newly assigned Military Training Instructor (MTI) Students; coordinated training activities with the MTI School and supervised personnel in squadron.
 Instructed and evaluated students in proper teaching formats that included drill and dormitory arrangement.
 Served as backup to Section Supervisor and led five military training instructors.
 Scheduled, coordinated, and conducted evaluations and in-house training for 47 instructors.
 Tracked and analyzed training programs and generated monthly/quarterly reports, and oversaw proper annotation and the maintenance of the on-the-job training (OJT) records for the squadron.
Business Manager San Antonio Iguanas Hockey Team, San Antonio TX 2000 – 2002
 Managed and facilitated operating budget of more than $1.5M that included payroll/taxes and AR/AP functions. Reported to General Manager and Owner on all financial aspects of the team; reconciled monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and yearly reports.
 Arranged and processed immigration paperwork for players and worked closely with the Director of Hockey Operations on all travel itineraries.
 Collaborated with management and was accountable for hiring and supervision of seasonal part-time employees for, merchandise, on-ice promotions, and game operations.
 Served as Human Resources Manager on all non-corporate affairs and maintenance of office equipment and supply procurement.

Early Career:
Administrative Manager – Management Recruiters International (MRI), San Antonio, TX – 1995 – 2000
United States Air Force – 1984 – 1994
Administrative Support Specialist, 602nd Tactical Air Control Center, Bergstrom AFB, TX, 8th Equipment Maintenance, Kunsan AB, Republic of Korea, NCOIC, Orderly Room, 92nd Security Police Squadron, Fairchild AFB, WA, Military Training Instructor, 3711, 3702, 322 Basic Military Training Squadron, Lackland AFB, TX

EDUCATION / CERTIFICATIONS / MILITARY EDUCATION
General Studies – Community College of the Air Force – completed 55 of 64 semester hours (completion 2012)
B.A., Homeland Security – American Public University – (completion 2013)
Certified Safety Environmental and Emergency Manager (CSEM) – 2009

Military Education
Anti-Terrorism Level II Instructor │Military Training Instructor │Military Training Instructor Supervisor
NCO Preparation │NCO Academy/SNCO Academy │Administrative Support Specialist │ Joint Operations Center 101
Emerg Response Ops/2007 │Homeland Security Joint Doctrine │NFA Q534 Emergency Response to Terrorism
FEMA/NIMSICS0001, 100,200,244,700,800,804 │FEMA IS 10,11,546,547│NFA Q218 Testing/Eval of Water Supply
NFA Q217 Alternative Water Supply: Plan/Implement Joint Force Senior NCO Professional Military Education

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