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Air Force Medical

Location:
Dayton, Ohio, United States
Posted:
January 15, 2018

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U.S. Citizen/ Secret (SCI) Security Clearance/ **-Point Military Veteran

Program/Project Manager and Military Veteran with a Secret Security Clearance and 26 years of proven experience in the United States Air Force. Accomplished measurable results while leading teams of 20+ in a dynamic, fast - paced environment. Possess a comprehensive background in strategic planning, foreign relations and operations management derived from conducting domestic and global operations in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, Bahrain, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Possess extensive knowledge in Public Health. Recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance and professionalism. Career supported by a Masters in Business Administration.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Orchestrated Air Force Combined Federal Campaign fundraiser that netted $110K+ and achieved 102% goal.

Revamped $40M equipment inventory, increasing readiness for deployment by 31%.

Orchestrated planning and execution of $14M medical-deployment program that led to pre-processing of 550+ new staff, and integration of 600 staff into new locations.

Hand-picked for Health Protection Shortfall Review team, identifying critical gaps and recommending / implementing medical operations support measures.

Spearheaded in-depth review of public health job functions, validating 258 skills and updating training for more than 2,500 medics.

Secured $48K+ in savings by developing Contingency Preventive Medicine lesson for online Aerospace Medicine Primary flight surgeon course.

Oversaw 182 work center education/exam trends; assured 2.9K members health--supported 98% Air Force Material Command currency rate/4-yr high.

EXPERIENCE & ACHIEVEMENTS

1st American System Services: Dayton, OH Oct 2017-Present

Advanced Instructional Multimedia Services (AIMS) Studio Program/Project Manager

Responsible for overall project management for the Academic Development Division of USAFSAM, in support digital training products for on-line courses/training, in residence courses/training, technical inserts, blended learning and other projects requested by the career fields SMEs and outside agencies while leading a team of 5 professionals. Provides management direction and control of special programs or projects through requirements transfer, road mapping, work breakdown structure, funding, conceptual testing, operation, execution, and reporting. Prepares documentation, demonstration, and presents briefings on program and project status, costs, accomplishments, adherence to baselines and schedules, challenges encountered and anticipated, support requirements, technical developments and changes to include project management updates and reviews.

Projects & Accomplishments:

Reduce non-official-project related tasks or requests by 20% over previous year

1st American System Services: Dayton, OH Feb 2016-Sep 2017

Instructional Systems Specialist

Responsible for designs and providing educational expertise in the creation of course documentation and curriculum, to include, front-end analysis, learning and task analysis, Specialty/Course Training Standards, Education Plans, objective writing, Plans of Instruction, Study Guide/Workbooks, and measurement devices for assigned courses. Continually recommends and selects instructional platforms, instructional media, development tools, and delivery methods to satisfy e-learning training requirements. Directs design, creation, and deployment of eLearning. Analyzes and interprets feedback obtained through evaluation programs and provides written recommendations concerning training platforms.

Projects & Accomplishments:

• Conceived vision and strategy for Tri-Service paraprofessional course conducted by human resources managers; built program from scratch, enabling training for 2K individuals.

• Handpicked as Defense Health Agency (DHA) SME to test MHS GENESIS training software.

Magnificus Corporation: Dayton, OH Aug 2015-Feb 2016

Public Health Technician

Accountable for protecting the armed forces from a vast array of disease and illness. In charge of food inspection, sanitary standards and controlling communicable diseases. Managed storage and distribution of $47M+ perishable-item/food inventory.

Projects & Accomplishments:

Implemented multiple improvements to Medical Center Employee Health program by designing, orchestrating, and reporting tuberculosis screening for 2600+ potentially exposed individuals to ensure compliance with OSHA guidelines.

Orchestrated donation of $39K+ in food to local food banks from inventory of $100K in damaged foods.

Successfully resolved overall TB skin test no-show rates, cutting rate from 22% to 5% by designing innovative TB skin-test tracking tool.

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE: Dayton, OH Oct 2010-Nov 2015

Health & Safety Program Manager

Manage the day to day operations of the Air Force’s Health and Safety Programs including overseeing management of workers compensation, loss prevention, and safety programs; and ensuring the proper and timely compliance with personnel policies and departmental standard operating procedures pertaining to employee safety. Continually maintain an appropriate level of training, awareness, knowledge and preparedness across all departments to assist in creating a culture that prioritizes effective employee safety and health while balancing overall associated costs. Directed top-flight team, cross disciplinary team of 20+ and provided training to up to 35 new team members in various health and safety functions.

Projects & Accomplishments:

Instrumental in delivering consistently high marks in health and safety inspection results, protecting 2,516 industrial workers through 165 shop visits, with standard exam rate of 96%, 6% higher than Air Force average.

Honored with key leadership award.

Medical Planning Manager (Apr 2014-Apr 2015)

Accountable for ensuring timely, effective and high-quality development and execution of Medical Strategic Plans for Medical Contingency Response Plan (MCRP) and National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) and Medical Launch Plans while leading a team of 14 medical professionals across 14 locations. Oversee $1.1M medical-planning and crisis-response budget and multimillion-dollar medical-readiness inventory

Projects & Accomplishments:

Commended by senior leadership for setting organization-wide standards by publishing three in-depth medical-readiness publications.

Coordinated strategic development for 1st Ebola CONOPS; fused 7 squadron operations/standards with Medical Contingency Response Plan/Disease Containment Plan--readied Medical Group for epidemic support

Led 3rd largest AF deployment platform; 1.7K medics/174 Unit Type Codes/$197M War Reserve Materials--secured 8.4K combat man-days

Spearheaded the Joint Commission Emergency Management Inspection efforts; evaluated Medical Group-Veterans Affairs/answered 230 Emergency Management Q&A surveys--awarded Medical Group 3 yr accreditation

Expertly managed group level Sec Mgr program; 480 clearances/11 TS positions evals/3 SIFs--bolstered group security awareness.

Led Group Antiterrorism Program (ATP)/briefed leadership/trained 7 Squadrons/10 random antiterrorism measures (RAM)-evaded 2 real-world events/protected 2K personnel/58K patients.

Senior Public Health Manager

In charge of maintaining healthcare standards, managing finances, coordinating treatment and occupational health programs, and providing an efficient healthcare operation for more than 118K individuals. Collaborated with and provided subject matter expertise to staff to identify, standardize and implement effective H&S programs/initiatives for the prevention of injuries, illnesses and fatalities. Supervised top-flight team of 22+ in various occupational health care administration functions. Assessed and validated disease-containment plans, ensuring preparedness of eight medical-treatment facilities for immediate reaction to medical emergencies.

Projects & Accomplishments:

Consistently maintained record of spearheading occupational health inspections that resulted in 96%+ pass rate across 160+ visits.

Rapidly identified source of food-illness incident affecting 20 individuals, enabling timely resolution and return to work.

Spearheaded acquisition of $130K in food-microbe detection equipment.

Guided food-vulnerability assessment, enabling protection of 16K+ individuals and $380K in long-term food storage.

Steered streamlining of multiple DoD-wide policies and procedures across 75 public health offices.

Championed major restructuring effort that enabled re-allocation of critical resources to fill crucial shortfalls.

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE: San Antonio, TX Nov 2004-Aug 2008

Senior Epidemiology Director, Dayton, OH (Nov 2008-Oct 2010)

Served as epidemiologist for global medical and epidemiology projects. Provided support in development of study designs, protocols, and CRFs and statistical analysis plans while leading a 44-member Epidemiology Consult Service Division. Followed applicable SOPs, and applicable guidelines, guidance, regulations, and statutes from regulatory authorities and governmental entities, and assisted Medical Professional Services in attaining 100% compliance. Ensured 100% accountability in managing $198K medical equipment inventory. Instructed food-readiness and food-safety training sessions. Reviewed and revised training curricula and materials.

Projects & Accomplishments:

Headed major expansion of entomology lab, including acquisition of $30K+ in equipment, and resulting in identification of disease threats across 84 locations.

Led procurement of 300 vaccines for alternative flu-shot line, and updated immunization-tracking system, trimming 75 hours from immunization process.

Triggered $30K in savings by identifying and re-allocating $129K in excess epidemiology equipment.

Integral player in food-lab expansion, securing $100K+ in equip, and assuring protection of in-house food supply.

Played key role in medical standards-management workshop, resulting in revamp of 36-hour curriculum and development of roadmap for future technology training.

Community Health/ Readiness Branch Manager, San Antonio, TX (Nov 2008-Oct 2010)

Governed all administrative and operational aspects for Education and Training Branch reporting directly to the Public Health Division Chief. Accountable for design of instruction, oversight of classroom operations and providing instruction to apprentice/advance students. Guided and coached team of four junior instructors and two assistants in all functions pertaining to operations of Community Health/Readiness Branch. Provided leadership, management, and technical expertise to 250 public health apprentices and public health managers annually.

Projects & Accomplishments:

Successfully prepped $200K+ in materials at 100% accountability in preparing for major facilities closure / relocation.

Conceptualized and implemented 50 electronic-response questions, and applied to interactive curriculum, resulting in 100% student comprehension.

Successfully directed 1.4k hours of collegiate-level instruction in across eight multi-disciplinary courses.

Conceived vision and strategy for paraprofessional course conducted by human resources managers; built program from scratch, enabling training for 1.2K individuals.

Functioned as SME for Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) program.

Instructor, Public Health, San Antonio, TX (Nov 2004-Aug 2008),

Promoted establishment of effective health education programs in the Air Force on a wide range of subjects, ranging in complexity from entry-level to senior level for groups of varying sizes. Responsible for preparation, presentation, and evaluation of Health Education events and programs, assuring programs and educational materials are current, accurate, and well presented. Conducted in-depth preventive medicine and food-safety instruction in class, laboratory, and field settings.

Projects & Accomplishments:

Conceived and implemented interactive-review game for Public Health Apprentice (PHA) course, resulting in rave response and reducing failure rate by 20%.

Enabled significant improvement in exam scores by developing 65-page student study guide.

Integral in completing assessment of damaged $2M / 50-acre decontamination-training site, enabling 72-hour work-around.

Successfully researched and implemented in-house decon-training package at zero cost, saving $26K+.

Hand-picked as Global Expeditionary Medical System (GEMS) SME to test GEMS software.

Flawlessly planned and executed Wartime Decontamination Utilization and Training workshop.

Streamlined food-safety training curriculum by rewriting materials and removing redundant functions.

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AEROSPACE MEDICINE MEDICAL GROUP: Various Locations Jul 1993-Nov 2004

Public Health Journeyman

Accountable for protecting the armed forces from a vast array of disease and illness. In charge of food inspection, workplace safety, sanitary standards and controlling communicable diseases. Managed storage and distribution of $47M+ perishable-item / food inventory. Implemented and facilitated 100+Occupational Health Education courses for more than 1,500 employees. Helped develop and monitor physical exam requirements and occupational health education for workers exposed to physical, biological and chemical hazards in their workplace. Educated army people in correct sanitary practices.

Projects & Accomplishments:

Conducted audiograms for 1,200+ employees enrolled in Hearing Conservation program.

Implemented multiple improvements to Medical Center Employee Health program by designing, orchestrating and reporting tuberculosis screening for 2600+ potentially exposed individuals to ensure compliance with OSHA guidelines.

Reduced Hearing Conservation Data Registry audiogram error rate to 0% for Wright-Patterson AFB.

Implemented procedural changes to Occupational Fetal Protection Program, reducing time needed to complete physical profiles from average of 30 days to less than 5.

Orchestrated donation of $39K+ in food to local food banks from inventory of $100K in damaged foods.

Successfully resolved overall TB skin test no-show rates, cutting rate from 22% to 5% by designing innovative TB skin-test tracking tool.

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Master of Science in Education, Curriculum & Instruction - August 2016 - Present at University of Kansas

Master of Business Administration at Liberty University, Virginia

Bachelor of Science in Management at Park University, Parkville, Missouri

Associate in Applied Science, Instructor of Technology and Military Science at Community College of The Air Force, Montgomery, Alabama

Associate in Applied Science, Environmental Medicine Technology at Community College of The Air Force, Montgomery, Alabama

TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS

Professional Manager Certification (PMC)

Master Instructor Certification - Environmental Medicine

Specialist Public Health Course

CCAF Instructional Systems Development Certification Program

CCAF Occupational Instructor Certification Program

Civilian Personnel Management Course

KEY AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Project Management Health Administration Caseload Management Business Management Employee Safety Measures Training Programs & Instruction Strategic Planning Regulatory Compliance Quality Evaluation/ Audit Staff Training & Mentoring Documentation & Recordkeeping Loss Prevention Team Management Planning and Analysis Design and Development Basic Counseling Leadership and Management Managerial Communications Statistical Analysis



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