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February 11, 2013

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Kayla

J.

Giles

**** *.

El

Paso

St.

Broken

Arrow,

OK

74014

Phone:

318-***-****

Email:

abob05@r.postjobfree.com

Country

of

Citizenship:

United

States

Veterans'

Preference:

10-

point

preference

based

on

a

compensable

service

connected

disability

of

30%

or

more

(CPS)

Highest

Grade:

06

ICTAP

Eligible:

No

Availability:

Job

Type:

Permanent

Work

Schedule:

Full-

Time

Work

Experience:

Social

Security

Administration

09/2011

-

07/2012

Office

of

Disability

Adjudication

and

Review

Salary:

34,907.00

USD

Per

Year

Tulsa,

OK

US

Hours

per

week:

40

Series:

0962

Pay

Plan:

GS

Grade:

06

Legal

Assistant

(This

is

a

federal

job)

Supervisor:

Len

W itt

888-***-****)

Okay

to

contact

this

Supervisor:

Yes

Kept

detailed

records

of

communication

to

and

from

the

individuals

we

serve,

recording

information

pertinent

to

a

claimant’s

case

such

as

inquiries,

complaints,

and

comments,

as

well

as

actions

taken.

Checked

to

ensure

that

appropriate

measures

are

taken

to

resolve

a

claimant’s

dilemma.

Exercised

precise

knowledge

of

the

Privacy

Act,

Freedom

of

Information

Act

and

Release

of

Information

rules

and

regulations,

as

required.

Referred

unresolved

grievances

to

appropriate

departments

for

further

examination.

Explained

the

regulatory

provisions

and

the

basis

for

the

Judge’s

determination

on

individual

cases.

Reviewed

and

analyzed

each

case

to

ensure

sufficiency

of

evidence

or

documentation,

and

to

ensure

that

the

case

is

ready

for

hearing.

Obtained

both

medical

and

nonmedical

evidence

needed

for

the

hearing.

This

includes

contact

with

the

claimant

and/or

representative

to

secure

current

evidence

of

record

or

to

independently

request

current

evidence

from

a

medical

source

through

a

particular

State

agency.

Recognized

discrepancies

and/or

deficiencies

in

the

file

and

resolve

by

acquiring

information,

documentation

and

other

pertinent

data

required

to

process

the

case.

Based

on

a

thorough

knowledge

of

the

disability

program,

selected

and

marked

pertinent

exhibits

to

be

included

in

the

case

record,

such

as

inclusion

of

Consultative

Examination

reports

received.

Identified

cases

for

which

the

record

supports

possible

favorable

reversals

and

prepared

supporting

summaries

of

medical

evidence

and

legal

issues

to

be

incorporated

into

the

referral

to

an

Attorney

Advisor.

On

my

own

initiative,

Kayla

J.

Giles,

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of

11

composed

complex

and/or

technical

correspondence

to

Members

of

Congress,

claimants,

attorneys,

non-

attorney

representatives

and

various

offices

of

SSA

relating

to

a

wide

variety

of

matters,

releasing

correspondence

without

review.

Utilized

templates

appropriately

when

typing

documents.

Guaranteed

that

files

are

clearly

annotated

to

identify

congressional

inquiries.

Communicated

orally

on

a

daily

basis

with

attorneys,

non-

attorney

representatives,

claimants,

Congressional

offices

and

other

third

parties,

to

answer

questions

relating

to

the

hearing

process

based

on

SSA

law,

regulations

and

policy.

Provided

and

received

information

related

to

documentary

evidence,

filing

and

processing

procedures,

status

of

claimants'

applications

and

other

related

areas

of

case

processing.

Corresponded

daily,

either

in

a

face-

to-

face

situation

or

by

telephone,

with

claimants

who

may

be

ill,

upset

or

resentful

of

the

Administration's

processing

of

or

denial

of

claim,

to

explain

the

Social

Security

law

and

process

to

alleviate

the

claimant's

distress.

Constantly

researched,

studied

and

related

SSA

rules

and

regulations,

using

the

most

practical

resources

obtainable.

Executed

a

wide

range

of

actions

in

support

of

post-

hearing

case

development,

including

composing

proffer

correspondence

to

claimants

or

the

claimants'

representatives,

and

preparing

responses

to

written

inquiries

on

cases.

Strategically

maintained

a

follow-

up

system

to

ensure

receipt

of

requested

records.

Discussed

individual

cases

and

review

exhibits

with

claimants,

non-

attorney

representatives,

and

attorneys

prior

to

the

hearing.

Explained

hearing

procedures,

presented

the

proposed

exhibit(s),

and

advised

claimant

of

right

to

the

admission

of

an

exhibit(s).

Examined

fee

petitions

received

from

attorneys/lay

representatives

for

proper

documentation,

and

when

possible,

scanning

the

petition

and

notifying

management

of

its

receipt.

Inspected

appointment

of

representative

and

fee

agreements

received

from

representatives

for

proper

criteria

before

filing

the

agreement

in

the

claimant’s

case.

Ensured

that

aged

cases,

terminally

ill

(TERI)

cases

and

dire

need

cases

were

given

priority

and

all

steps

of

the

process

were

handled

in

an

expeditious

manner.

If

during

a

routine

phone

call,

I

discovered

the

claimant

might

qualify

for

a

dire

need

handling,

I

requested

the

claimant

or

representative

send

pertinent

information

to

support

the

claim

and

submitted

the

documentation

to

a

supervisor

for

review.

As

requested,

performed

scheduling

coordinator

functions

such

as

changing

hearing

site

codes

in

CPMS.

Assisted

claimants

and

other

visitors

by

responding

to

a

variety

of

questions,

often

providing

the

claimants

with

information

about

their

rights

to

be

represented,

when

additional

evidence

is

necessary,

and

providing

other

background

information

as

requested.

Independently

researched

and

translated

policy

and

procedural

revisions

to

sustain

comprehension

of

SSA

procedures

and

regulations.

When

required,

served

as

an

alternate

verbatim

hearing

reporter

in

the

event

a

contractor

is

absent

or

anticipating

a

late

arrival.

This

assignment

required

a

setup

of

the

hearing

room

and

recording

equipment,

ensuring

that

the

equipment

functions

properly

throughout

the

hearing.

Observed

and

made

notes

of

relevant

hearing

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J.

Giles,

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room

conditions

and

record

specific

and

relevant

testimony

of

the

claimant

and/or

witnesses.

Assured

that

all

evidence

and

testimony

presented

at

the

hearing

was

complete

and

recorded.

Recorded

verbatim

proceedings

of

disability

hearings

using

computerized

recording

equipment.

Asked

speakers

to

clarify

inaudible

statements.

Responded

to

requests

during

disability

hearings

to

read

portions

of

the

minutes

already

recorded.

Transcribed

recorded

proceedings

in

accordance

with

established

formats

and

policies.

Took

notes

in

alternate

format

if

a

malfunction

occurred

with

the

software

or

computer

equipment.

Categorized

and

stored

shorthand

notes

of

the

disability

hearing.

Filed

a

legible

transcript

of

records

of

a

disability

case

with

the

agency’s

office.

Provided

transcripts

on

removable

media

of

proceedings

upon

request

of

judges,

attorneys,

non-

attorney

representatives,

or

the

public.

Documented

depositions

and

other

proceedings

for

representatives.

As

requested,

assisted

the

Hearing

Office

Systems

Administrator

or

management

in

training

support

staff

in

the

use

of

computers,

as

well

as

various

software

applications

which

are

used

in

decision

processing,

by

demonstrating

how

the

computer

and

software

are

used

in

performing

their

job.

Notified

the

appropriate

personnel

when

equipment

repairs

are

required.

Performed

master

docket

functions.

This

involved

receiving

and

reviewing

incoming

material,

inputting

appropriate

information

into

the

computer,

recommending

the

transfer

of

cases,

and

giving

status

by

telephone

or

letter

to

claimants

and

their

representatives.

Evaluated

medical

and

legal

evidence

to

guarantee

the

claimant’s

file

is

developed

using

established

prerequisites.

Reviewed

case

fact

sheet

of

the

claimant’s

employment

and

medical

history,

documenting

any

inconsistent

data.

Examined,

interpreted

and

applied

numerous

technical

procedures

to

input

medical

or

legal

data

in

correspondence

or

databases.

Based

on

the

type

of

case,

prepared

cases

and

decisions

for

mailing

by

ensuring

copies

of

the

decision

were

sent

to

the

appropriate

parties

and

effectuating

component.

Ensured

correct

use

of

medical

terms

in

office

correspondence

and

decisions

by

referencing

a

mixture

of

text

and

internet

or

intranet

resources.

When

mailing

fee

agreements,

ensured

ALJ

approval

and

signature

before

release.

Proofread

and

amended

drafts

of

ODAR

correspondence

to

ensure

proper

grammar,

spelling

and

punctuation

were

utilized.

Processed

and

mailed

other

correspondence

as

necessary.

As

requested,

photocopied

portions

of

claim

files

to

be

presented

to

claimant,

representative,

medical

and

vocational

experts

before

hearings

are

held.

Contacted

claimants

in

response

to

inquiries

or

to

notify

them

of

claim

results

and

any

planned

amendments.

Distributed

information

to

the

public,

in

person

or

by

telephone,

explaining

the

Agency’s

policies

and

legal

provisions,

regulations,

and

procedural

requirements

for

approving

benefits

under

the

Social

Security

program

as

they

relate

to

a

specific

case.

Obtained

and

inspected

all

relevant

information

to

evaluate

validity

of

complaints

and

to

determine

possible

causes,

such

as

extreme

weather

conditions

that

could

prohibit

hearing

appearance.

Actively

listened

to

claimant

or

representative

requests,

referring

to

electronic

or

geographical

directories

to

address

questions

or

concerns

and

provide

information.

Utilized

the

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J.

Giles,

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agency

intranet

and

internet

to

research

and

verify

information,

such

as

policies,

deadlines,

and

newly

released

materials.

Conferred

with

office

managers

to

identify

tendencies

and

group

interests

and

concerns

or

to

offer

advice

on

office

decisions.

Assisted

with

inquiries

about

work

schedules,

managing

calendars,

and

arranging

appointments.

Placed

telephone

calls

or

arranged

conference

calls

as

instructed.

Contacted

security

staff

members

when

necessary,

using

a

two-

way

radio.

Acquired,

recorded

date

of

receipt,

and

relayed

invoices

for

Verbatim

Hearing

Reporters,

and

Medical

and

Vocational

Experts

to

the

proper

department

for

processing.

Provided

assistance

and

explained

the

current

processing

procedure,

including

deadlines

and

pertinent

information

to

claimants

and

representatives

for

travel

reimbursements

requests.

I

have

knowledge

of

the

regulations

and

policies

regarding

travel

reimbursement.

I

notified

the

claimant/representative

if

they

are

eligible

for

reimbursement

based

on

mileage

requirements.

I

supplied

the

claimant/representative

with

an

agency

approved

travel

reimbursement

form,

information

insert

pertaining

to

the

travel

policy,

and

a

prepaid

envelope

to

return

the

information.

Administered

copies

of

claimants’

records

onto

encrypted,

removable

media

for

authorized

representatives

and/or

unrepresented

claimants.

Administered

troubleshooting

solutions

to

employees,

claimants,

representatives,

and

vocational

and

medical

experts

having

trouble

with

encrypted

media.

Investigated

and

confirmed

alternate

social

security

numbers,

spellings,

locations,

and/or

listing

configurations

to

retrieve

a

file

when

there

are

absent

details

or

incomplete

information.

Provided

support

to

management

and

other

employees

with

computer

or

computer

software

related

problems

when

the

HOSA

is

inaccessible.

Sustained

and

revised

filing,

mailing,

and

catalog

systems,

either

by

hand

or

using

a

computer.

Operated

and

troubleshot

office

equipment,

such

as

photocopiers

and

scanners,

facsimile

machines,

IP

phone

systems,

and

computers.

On

my

own

initiative,

I

updated

the

internal

phone

roster

to

ensure

all

employee

extensions,

fax

numbers,

and

direct

lines

to

hearing

rooms

are

valid.

Performed

diagnostic

and

troubleshooting

procedures

on

office

equipment

and

educated

co-

workers

on

the

proper

use

of

peripherals,

to

include

workstation

preferences

such

as

screen

resolution,

font

size,

and

printer

set-

up.

Operated

communication

equipment,

such

as

telephone,

switchboard,

intercom,

and

two-

way

radio,

routing

emergency

calls

appropriately.

Instructed

and

assisted

other

employees

on

a

range

of

software

programs

used

in

the

office,

such

as

CPMS,

eView,

DART,

PCOM,

MIMMS,

DRAP,

Microsoft

Excel,

Microsoft

Outlook,

Microsoft

Word,

and

Microsoft

Add-

ins.

Developed

optional

training

methods

if

anticipated

improvements

are

not

reflected

amongst

employees

and/or

groups.

Suggested

specific

training

programs,

such

as

Microsoft

Office

software

tutorials

to

help

employees

maintain

or

improve

job

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proficiency.

Prepared

or

revised

office-

wide

publications

for

an

internal

audience.

Created

instruction

materials

to

aid

Management

in

the

training

process

of

prospective

employees

hired

as

a

Contact

Representative.

Performed

ba sic

and

advanced

secretarial

duties,

such

as

proofreading

invoices,

accepting

orders,

preparing

shipments,

scheduling

appointments,

assisting

representatives

or

medical

and

vocational

experts

with

encrypted

media,

and

sorting

and

delivering

mail.

US

Army

Reserves

08/2010

-

09/2011

Broken

Arrow,

OK

US

Hours

per

week:

16

Grade:

E4

IT

Specialist

(This

is

a

federal

job)

Supervisor:

SSG

Andrew

Smith

918-***-****)

Okay

to

contact

this

Supervisor:

Yes

Oversaw

the

operation

and

installation

of

computer

hardware

systems,

including

managing

and

scheduling

the

use

of

computer

terminals

and

networks

to

guarantee

efficient

use.

Reacted

to

program

error

messages

by

finding

and

correcting

problems

or

terminating

the

program.

Monitored

the

network

and

system

for

mechanical

failures

or

errors

in

performance.

Supervised

and

instructed

peripheral

equipment

operators

and

computer

operator

trainees.

Performed

programming

commands,

using

computer

terminal,

and

stimulated

controls

on

computer

and

peripheral

equipment

to

combine

and

operate

equipment.

Notified

superior

or

high-

leveled

computer

maintenance

technicians

of

equipment

malfunctions.

Executed

administrative

and

secretarial

procedures

and

systems

such

as

data

entry,

word

processing,

organizing

files

and

records,

designing

documents

or

forms,

and

other

basic

office

procedures.

Responded

to

service

requests

to

assist

computer

users

encountering

problems.

Documented

information

such

as

computer

operating

time,

problems

that

arose,

and

actions

taken.

Operated

programs,

such

as

Microsoft

Excel

and

Microsoft

PowerPoint

to

manipulate

data

and

to

produce

reports

for

management.

Set

up

equipment

for

employee

use,

performing

or

ensuring

proper

installation

of

cables,

operating

systems,

or

appropriate

software.

Installed

and

performed

minor

repairs

to

hardware,

software,

or

peripheral

equipment,

following

installation

specifications.

Entered

commands

and

examine

system

functioning

to

confirm

correct

operations

and

detect

errors.

Helped

programmers

and

systems

analysts

assess

and

debug

new

programs.

Retrieved

and

sorted

program

output

as

needed,

and

sent

data

to

specified

users.

Maintained

register

of

daily

transactions,

problems

and

corrective

actions

taken,

or

installation

activities.

Read

technical

policy

and

equipment

manuals,

discussed

with

users,

or

conducted

computer

diagnostics

to

investigate

and

resolve

problems

or

provide

technical

support.

Produced

training

materials

and

procedures,

or

trained

soldiers

in

the

suitable

use

of

hardware

or

software.

Tested

programs,

corrected

errors

and

made

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necessary

modifications

to

software

or

equipment

to

ensure

efficient

operation.

Planned,

coordinated

and

implemented

security

measures

to

protect

confidential

information

stored

on

the

computer

or

network

against

accidental

or

unauthorized

damage,

modification

or

disclosure.

Conferred

with

management

and

users

to

establish

requirements

for

new

systems

or

administer

modifications

to

improve

functionality.

Specified

users

and

user

access

levels

for

each

segment

of

the

network

and

system.

Worked

as

part

of

a

team

to

synchronize

program

development

and

establish

project

scope

and

limitations.

Wrote

and

coded

logical

and

physical

program

descriptions

and

specified

identifiers

of

program

software

to

management

or

lead

others

in

coding

descriptions.

Scheduled,

planned,

and

supervised

the

installation

of

new

software

and

equipment

or

improvements

to

computer

systems

such

as

new

databases.

Evaluated

project

requests

describing

system

user

needs

to

estimate

time

and

cost

required

to

complete

the

said

project.

United

States

Postal

Service

01/2009

-

03/2009

Tulsa,

OK

US

Hours

per

week:

60

City

Carrier

(TE)

(This

is

a

federal

job)

Sort

mail

for

delivery,

arranging

it

in

delivery

sequence.

Deliver

mail

to

residences

and

business

establishments

along

specified

routes

by

walking

and

driving,

using

a

combination

of

satchels,

carts,

and

small

trucks.

Hold

mail

for

customers

who

are

away

from

delivery

locations.

Obtain

signed

receipts

for

registered,

certified,

and

insured

mail;

collect

associated

charges;

and

complete

any

necessary

paperwork.

Record

address

changes

and

redirect

mail

for

those

addresses.

West

Corporation

03/2008

-

01/2009

Tulsa,

OK

US

Hours

per

week:

40

Employment

Specialist

Supervisor:

Portia

Hargrove

918-***-****)

Okay

to

contact

this

Supervisor:

Yes

Requested

information

from

law

enforcement

officials,

previous

employers,

and

listed

references

to

determine

applicants'

employment

suitability.

Executed

local

or

federal

reference

and

background

checks

on

applicants.

Reviewed

and

assessed

applicant

qualifications

or

eligibility

for

specified

licensing,

according

to

company

policy

and

designated

licensing

codes.

Processed

and

reviewed

employment

applications

to

assess

qualifications

or

eligibility

of

applicants.

Interviewed

job

applicants

to

match

their

qualifications

with

employers'

needs,

evaluating

applicant

experience,

education,

training,

and

skills.

Arranged

for

advertising

or

posting

of

job

vacancies,

and

notified

current

employees

of

position

availability.

Contacted

other

employers

to

solicit

orders

for

job

vacancies,

determining

their

requirements

and

recording

applicable

data

such

as

job

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J.

Giles,

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descriptions.

Trained

and

assisted

other

employees

on

various

software

programs

used

in

the

office,

such

as

People

Soft,

Microsoft

Excel,

Microsoft

Outlook,

and

Microsoft

Word.

Perform

diagnostic

and

troubleshooting

procedures

on

office

equipment

and

educate

co-

workers

on

the

proper

use

of

peripherals,

to

include

workstation

preferences

such

as

screen

resolution,

font

size,

and

printer

set-

up.

Notified

applicants

of

job

openings

and

details

about

the

vacancy

such

as

responsibilities,

compensation,

benefits,

schedules,

working

conditions,

and

promotional

opportunities.

Educated

job

applicants

in

presenting

a

positive

image

by

providing

assistance

with

resume

writing,

personal

appearance,

and

interview

techniques.

Reviewed

employment

applications

and

job

orders

to

match

applicants

with

job

requirements,

using

manual

or

computerized

file

searches.

Selected

qualified

applicants

or

referred

them

to

the

appropriate

department,

according

to

organization

policy.

Provided

background

information

on

the

company

and

competitive

companies

in

the

area

with

which

interviews

are

scheduled.

Performed

searches

for

qualified

applicants

according

to

pertinent

job

criteria,

using

computer

programs

and

software,

networking,

Internet

recruiting,

cold

calls,

newspaper

classifieds,

staffing

agencies,

and

employee

referrals.

Contacted

applicants

to

notify

them

of

employment

opportunities,

consideration,

and

possible

selection.

Hired

applicants,

authorized

paperwork

assigning

them

to

positions,

and

assisted

in

the

training

process.

Evaluated

selection

and

testing

procedures

by

conducting

a

follow-

up

on

activities,

discussing

with

supervisory

and

management

personnel.

Retained

records

of

applicants

not

selected

for

employment.

Organized,

maintained,

and

destroyed

employment

records.

US

Army

07/2005

-

03/2008

Fort

Eustis,

VA

US;

Hours

per

week:

50

Broken

Arrow,

OK

US

Grade:

E4

Human

Resources

Assistant

/

Legal

Specialist

(This

is

a

federal

job)

Supervisor:

CPT

W rencla

Lopez

618-***-****)

Okay

to

contact

this

Supervisor:

Yes

Drafted

and

prepared

affidavits

or

other

legal

documents

while

organizing

and

maintaining

a

hard

copy

or

electronic

filing

system.

Met

with

legal

assistants

and

other

professionals

to

discuss

details

of

a

case.

Congregated

and

analyzed

research

data,

such

as

regulations

and

legal

media,

codes,

and

documents.

Prepared

legal

documents,

including

briefs,

wills,

and

contracts

for

enlisted

personnel.

Managed

and

organized

law

office

activity,

including

the

issuing

of

military

awards.

Kept

and

monitored

legal

registries

to

ensure

that

records

were

up-

to-

date.

Performed

examination

on

facts

and

law

of

cases,

searched

relevant

sources

to

determine

causes

of

action,

and

to

prepare

cases.

Recorded

data

for

each

soldier,

including

such

information

as

addresses,

dates

of

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attained

grade/rank,

absences,

reports

on

performance,

and

dates

of

and

reasons

for

demotions.

Processed,

verified,

and

sustained

personnel

related

documentation,

including,

training,

performance

evaluations,

classifications,

payroll

actions,

and

soldier

leaves

of

absence.

Explained

company

personnel

policies,

benefits,

and

procedures

to

employees.

Collected

personnel

records

from

other

departments

or

soldiers.

Examined

soldier

records

to

answer

inquiries

and

provide

information

for

personnel

actions,

such

as

promotions

or

demotions.

Issued

and

recorded

adjustments

from

pay

related

issues,

previous

errors

or

retroactive

increases

and

submit

to

payroll

liaison.

Answered

questions

pertaining

to

certifications,

physical

fitness

examinations,

eligibility,

salaries,

benefits,

and

other

significant

information.

Compiled

and

organized

reports

and

documents

relating

to

soldier

training

activities.

Assisted

soldiers

in

the

creation

of

their

promotion

packet

as

well

as

school

packets

to

enhance

their

promotional

potential.

Explained

Army

regulations

and

policies,

benefits,

and

standard

operating

procedures

to

soldiers.

Counseled

soldiers

on

available

classes

or

schools

and

the

impact

it

would

have

on

their

career.

Created

training

materials

for

new

soldiers

coming

into

the

HR

section.

Conducted

meetings

with

superiors

to

inform

of

soldier

training

statuses

and

accountability.

Reviewed

time

sheets

/

accountability

reports,

duty

assignment

charts,

wage

computation,

and

other

relevant

information

to

detect

and

reconcile

payroll

discrepancies.

Verified

accountability,

hours

and

location

worked,

and

pay

adjustments,

and

posted

information

onto

designated

records.

Kept

track

of

leave

time,

such

as

vacation,

personal,

and

sick

leave,

for

soldiers.

Received

and

counted

inventory

and

documented

data

manually

or

by

using

a

computer.

Cleaned

and

organized

tools,

supplies,

equipment,

and

storage

areas

in

to

ensure

compliance

with

military

safety

regulations.

Prepared

purchase

orders

/

invoices

and

sent

copies

to

suppliers

and

to

the

source

department

that

made

the

requests.

Determined

if

inventory

levels

were

sufficient

for

the

unit’s

strength,

ordering

more

supplies

when

necessary.

Contacted

suppliers

in

to

schedule

or

expedite

deliveries

and

to

resolve

shortages,

missed

or

late

deliveries,

and

other

problems.

Assessed

requisition

orders

in

to

verify

accuracy,

terminology,

and

specifications.

Prepared,

organized,

and

evaluated

purchasing

files,

reports

and

price

lists.

Tracked

the

status

of

requisitions,

contracts,

and

orders.

Arranged

purchase

orders,

solicited

bid

proposals,

and

reviewed

requisitions

for

goods

and

services.

Compared

prices,

product

specifications,

shipping

costs,

and

delivery

dates

in

order

to

verify

the

best

bid

among

potential

suppliers.

Computed

costs

of

orders

and

charged

invoices

to

appropriate

accounts.

Purchased

the

highest

grade

of

merchandise

at

the

lowest

available

price.

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J.

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Researched

and

evaluated

suppliers

based

on

availability,

distribution

capabilities,

price,

production,

quality,

reliability,

selection,

service,

support,

and

the

company’s

reputation.

Analyzed

price

proposals,

financial

reports,

and

other

data

and

information

to

determine

reasonable

prices.

Performed

multifactor

data

and

cost

analyses

that

were

used

in

areas

such

as

collective

bargaining

agreements.

Negotiated,

renegotiated,

and

administered

contracts

with

suppliers,

vendors,

and

other

representatives

from

the

civilian

sector.

Monitored

shipments

to

ensure

that

goods

came

in

on

time

and

resolved

problems

related

to

undelivered

goods.

Conferred

with

management,

lower-

enlisted

soldiers,

and

vendors

to

discuss

defective

or

unacceptable

goods

or

services

and

determined

corrective

action.

Evaluated

and

monitored

contract

performance

to

ensure

compliance

with

contractual

obligations

and

to

determine

any

need

for

changes.

Maintained

and

reviewed

records

of

items

purchased,

costs,

deliveries,

product

performance

ratings,

and

inventories.

Monitored

and

followed

applicable

laws

and

regulations.

Education:

Tulsa

Community

College

Tulsa,

OK

US

Associate's

Degree

(in

progress)

Credits

Earned:

30+

Semester

hours

Major:

Business

Management

Minor:

W ebsite

Development

Community

Care

College

Tulsa,

OK

US

Associate's

Degree

11/2010

GPA:

3.5

of

a

maximum

4.0

Credits

Earned:

60

Semester

hours

Major:

Health

and

Fitness

Relevant

Coursework,

Licenses

and

Certifications:

CPR

and

First

Aid

Certified

by

The

American

Heart

Association

Department

of

the

Army

Fort

Eustis,

VA

US

07/2005

03/2008

Relevant

Coursework,

Licenses

and

Certifications:

W atercraft

Operator

Licensed

Seaman

Computer

Security

Field

Sanitation

Combat

Lifesaver

Unit

Supply

Property

Books

Primary

Unit

Mail

Clerk

Ew ell

S.

Aiken

Alexandria,

LA

US

High

School

Diploma

12/2004

GPA:

3.15

of

a

maximum

4.0

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J.

Giles,

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11

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Related

Training:

09/11

Verbatim

Hearing

Reporter

Invoicing,

SSA

09/11

Medical

&

Vocational

Expert

Invoicing,

SSA

09/11

Insured

Status,

SSA

09/11

Administrative

Finality,

SSA

09/11

Electronic

Business

Process,

SSA

09/11

Computer

Systems

Security

for

Employees,

SSA

09/11

eOPF

v4.0

HR

Specialist

Tutorial

Module,

SSA

09/11

Principles

of

Plain

Language,

SSA

09/11

Essential

Skills

for

Administrative

Support

Professionals

Simulation,

SSA

09/11

Administrative

Professionals



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