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Accomplished and dynamic professional with solid and diverse experience in the air traffic control field and operations management, who has demonstrated the ability in providing and ensuring air safety and security as well as in handling safety measures and air traffic control base operations. Proven ability to successfully analyze an organization’s critical requirements, identify deficiencies and potential opportunities, develop innovative solutions and implement strategic change to meet organizational goals. Exemplify flexibility and efficiency within stressful situations, along with big-picture vision and awareness to generate outstanding bottom-line results in order to achieve and surpass goals. Self-motivated and efficient with recognized ability to prioritize and coordinate multiple tasks in a timely and efficient manner within competitive, high-impact, and fast-paced environments. A team player with effective interpersonal and communication skills, adept at building productive relationships and building rapport with a diverse set of individuals at any level.
Core Competencies
Organizational Leadership • Client Relations Management • Process Improvement • Staff Management • Strategic Planning & Implementation • Negotiation & Presentation Skills • Operations Management • Staff Training & Development

Las Vegas TRACON/ATCT, Las Vegas • NV 9/2010 – Present
Traffic Management Officer (TEMPORARY)
Served as point of contact in coordinating and implementing Arrival Departure Window (ADW). Planned, organized, and facilitated multiple Customer Forums. Managed Las Vegas District Stand-Up Briefings on a daily basis. Conducted National Customer Forum Briefings. Coordinated with stakeholders on a weekly basis.
• Successfully developed L30 Traffic Management Flow Plan for the Las Vegas Optimization Project, which is one of the largest airspace projects in the NAS.
• Successfully developed and implemented Traffic Flow Plan for the HND 2011 NBAA Convention.

Las Vegas TRACON & ATCT, Las Vegas • NV 8/2009 – 9/2010
Supervisor Traffic Management Controller (STMC)
Served as point of contact for CWG, which develops Runway Change Procedures. Created Gambler Line for runway change coordination and PowerPoint format for 8:30 Stand-Up Briefings. Managed TMC’s at both L30 & LAS.

Las Vegas ATCT, Las Vegas • NV 9/2006 – 8/2009
Front Line Manager (FLM)
Served as POC for CWG, which developed and implemented Go- around Spacing (GAS) Tool procedures. Acted as District SUPCOM Rep.
• Successfully implemented the contentious White Book Contract.

Las Vegas ATCT, Las Vegas • NV 8/2008 – 1/2009
Operations Manager (TEMPORARY)
Created and updated CPC work schedule to reduce overtime use. Scheduled and coordinated Nellis Tower Simulator for GAS Tool training for entire CPC workforce.

Las Vegas TRACON, Las Vegas • NV 7/2003 – 8/2005
Traffic Management Specialist
Created daily Traffic Management (TM) Plan. Coordinated with the LAS, ZLA, & the ATSCC to implement daily TM Plan. Coordinated and enforced daily Traffic Management Initiatives (TMI). Maintained up to date on all L30 positions.

Las Vegas TRACON, Las Vegas • NV 6/2001 – 7/2003
Air Traffic Control Specialist
Conducted OJTI Courses for L30, LAS, VGT, and Nellis AFB Controllers. Oversaw and implemented OJT program. Conducted cross training, certification, and periodic re-certification as required. Supported workers who have questions or need additional assistance in understanding their job responsibilities. Maintained files of training materials. Maintain organized logs of all training conducted. Performed in other capacities such as working on problem solving, continuous improvement or safety programs, cross training of operators, performing technical checks on equipment, assisting with training programs in other departments and checking for correct procedure and accuracy.
Los Angeles ATCT, Los Angeles • CA 6/2001 – 7/2003
Staff Support (Training) Specialist
Assisted staff office with various air traffic-training responsibilities. Performed OJTI/E courses for various district facilities.

Los Angeles ATCT, Los Angeles • CA 1/1993-01/2000
Air Traffic Control Specialist
Served as OJT Instructor. Oversaw and implemented OJT program for employees including training and observation of trainees with respect to their performance against established training objectives and recommendation of additional skill requirements as training needed. Developed OJT training programs and participate on teams developing training plans and OJT programs. Assisted in developing general training instructions, checklists and visual aids. Conducted new employee orientation, on-the-job/classroom training and certification. Performed all training in full compliance with all company, state and/or federal safety and environmental regulations.

Long Beach ATCT, Long Beach • CA 9/1990 – 1/1993
Air Traffic Control Specialist
Attended Facility Instructor (FIT) Training and participated in OJTI/E Instructor Training. Instructed OJTI/E Courses throughout the Southern California Hub. Assisted in developing OJTI training programs and participated on teams developing training plans and OJT programs.

Los Angeles TRACON, Los Angeles • CA 11/1989 – 9/1990
Air Traffic Control Specialist
Served on initial FAA ATC Facility. Controlled air traffic on and within vicinity of airport according to established procedures and policies to prevent collisions and to minimize delays arising from traffic congestion. Answered radio calls from arriving and departing aircraft and issues landing and take-off instructions and information, such as runway to use, wind velocity and direction, visibility, taxiing instructions, and pertinent data on other aircraft operating in vicinity.

March Air Force Base GCA, Moreno Valley • CA 9/1988 – 10/1989
Air Traffic Control Specialist
Served as watch Supervisor. Conducted NCO training. Inspected, adjusted, and controlled radio equipment and airport lights. Reviewed records and reports for clarity and completeness, and maintained records and reports as required under federal law. Alerted airport emergency services in cases of emergency and when aircraft are experiencing difficulties. Analyzed factors such as weather reports, fuel requirements, and maps in order to determine air routes. Checked conditions and traffic at different altitudes in response to pilots’ requests for altitude changes. Maintained radio and telephone contact with adjacent control towers, terminal control units, and other area control centers in order to coordinate aircraft movement.

Travis Air Force Base Tower & RAPCON, Fairfield • CA 8/1984 – 9/1988
Air Traffic Control Specialist
Directed ground traffic, including taxiing aircraft, maintenance and baggage vehicles, and airport workers. Directed pilots to runways when space is available, or to maintain a traffic pattern until there is space for them to land. Informed pilots about nearby planes as well as potentially hazardous conditions such as weather, speed and direction of wind, and visibility problems. Organized flight plans and traffic management plans to prepare for planes about to enter assigned airspace. Compiled information about flights from flight plans, pilot reports, radar, and observations.
• Successfully completed Dual facility certification.
• Awarded Airmen of the quarter for the Squadron & Base and Airmen of the Year for the Squadron & Base.
• Recognized as one of the 12 USAF Outstanding Airmen of the Year.


General Education Studies, 1985-1987
Southern Illinois University (ECI)

Professional Air Traffic Control, 1985-1986
Community College of the Air Force

General Education Studies, 1983-1984
San Jose State University

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