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Manager Microsoft Office

Location:
Woodlawn, Tennessee, 37191, United States
Salary:
$80,000
Posted:
February 13, 2018

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DAVID K. HOPKINS

**** ******* **** **., ********, IN 46131

337-***-****

ac4gkf@r.postjobfree.com

linkedin.com/in/davidkhopkins

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Military Veteran with a Top-Secret SCI Security Clearance and 29 years of proven experience in the United States Army. Seeking a position in emergency management or emergency preparedness. Accomplished measurable results leading teams ranging from 12 to large organizations up 1,000 in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. Possess a comprehensive background in armed security measures, force protection, and emergency response operations derived from conducting domestic and global operations in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Managed risk upon multiple lines to protect assets, property, and equipment valued over

$20M while meeting the expectations of senior leadership. Possess extensive knowledge in security measures and crisis management. Recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance and professionalism.

Cross Functional Manager

Emergency Management

Asset & Threat Manager

Emergency Response

Training & Development

Policy Implementation

Community Engagement

Deliberate Decision Making

Process

Communication

Microsoft Office Suite

Sexual Assault Response and

Prevention Trained

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

United States Army – Various Locations 1988 – Present Executive Deputy Director Command Sergeant Major September 2016 – Present Principal advisor to the Executive Director on organizational training, human resources, and operations. Assists the director in the evaluations of military organizational certifications needed to conduct military missions overseas and domestically.

Rated as the #2 Executive Deputy Director out of 11 by corporate level military leadership

Supported mobilization training of more than 1000 deploying personnel in support of Operation Enduring Freedom

(OEF)

Certified 10 organizations to conduct military operations overseas in a 2-year period

Achieved 100% certification rating for all deploying companies

Oversaw monthly quality control inspections of $11.5M worth of military equipment with zero discrepancies Executive Deputy Director Command Sergeant Major February 2014 – August 2016 Deputy Director of a diverse 950-person organization deployed in support of Regional Command East – Afghanistan. Responsible for the management of 4 deputy directors and planning of all military operations.

Managed daily operations, reporting, combat mission planning, scheduling, contingency plans, deployment and re- deployment operations, construction missions and project management

Maintained responsibility for the health, safety and training of 4 deputy directors; oversaw the maintenance and accountability of $9.2M worth of equipment and sensitive items

Supervised the execution of over 2,000 route clearing operations covering 48,000 square miles in eastern Afghanistan

Conducted Staff Assisted and Compliance visits for 7 organizations located at remote sites across Eastern Afghanistan Corporate Level Operations Manager Division Operations Sergeant Major July 2012 – August 2013 Senior Operations Manager for the 2nd Infantry Division Engineer Department in direct support of a 14,000 military personnel in Korea. Advisor to the Operations Director for department plans, training and operations.

Managed daily operations; planned, synchronized, and resourced training missions for the organization

Managed $4M in classified equipment vital to national security and the safety of 40 personnel, without incident

Financial oversight of employee travel system Manager which processed over travel requests valued over $120K

Developed effective Standard Operating Procedures to drive efficiency and effectiveness

Led all communication planning and execution activities

Set up project schedules, identified interdependencies with other project managers, estimated manpower requirements and budgets

DAVID K. HOPKINS, PG. 2

Deputy Director First Sergeant October 2005 – October 2010 Deputy Director of a Route Clearance Military Engineering company capable of conducting security missions worldwide; principal trainer / adviser to the director on all personnel and law enforcement issues.

Supervised 4 managers that oversaw the development of 168 engineering personnel; conducted and reviewed over 60+ annual performance evaluations

Directed the maintenance and quality assurance inspections of over $20M in equipment with zero loss

Converted a 1,000-square foot building into a Company Tactical Command Center; coordinated and executed over 420 combat operations in Saladin Province, Iraq

Selected over peers to lead the redeployment Advanced Team in order to reestablish commodity areas, living quarters and the reception of incoming personnel

Led 65 route clearance missions covering over 7,000 kilometers of Main Supply Routes and Alternate Supply Routes in the Saladin Province area of responsibility

Maintained 100% accountability of over $14M worth of military grade equipment while conducting global operations EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science, Multi-Disciplinary Studies Grantham University, Lenexa, KS – 2014 Military Science & Military Strategic Studies United States Army Sergeants Major Academy, Fort Bliss, TX – 2012 Associate of Art, General Studies Central Texas College, Killeen, TX – 2005 SPECIALIZED MILITARY TRAINING:

Engineering Management and Senior Leadership Course, US Army Supervisory and Advanced Leadership Course, US Army Team Building and Basic Leadership Course, US Army Combat Engineer Course, US Army

CERTIFICATIONS

Candidate, Teacher Ready Certification, State of Colorado ICS-100b – Introduction to Incident Command System IS-120a – An Introduction to Exercises

IS-200b – ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incident IS-230d – Fundamentals of Emergency Management

IS-240 – Leadership and Influence

IS-241b – Decision Making and Problem Solving

IS-242b – Effective Communication

IS-248 – Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) for the American Public IS-250a – Emergency Support Function 15, External Affairs IS-520 – Introduction to Continuity of Operations Planning for Pandemic Influenzas IS-522 – Exercising Continuity Plans for Pandemics IS-523 – Resilient Accord - Exercising Continuity Plans for Cyber Incidents IS-525 - Guardian Accord (GA) Workshop

IS-545 – Reconstitution Planning Course

IS-546a – Continuity of Operations (COOP) Awareness Course IS-547 – Introduction to Continuity of Operations

IS-551 – Devolution Planning

IS-700a – National Incident Management System, An Introduction IS-800b – National Response Framework, An Introduction IS-909 – Community Preparedness

NOTABLE AWARDS

Bronze Star Medal (3) Meritorious Service Medal (3) Army Commendation Medal (6) Army Achievement Medal (7) Parachutist Badge Master/Advanced/Basic PROFESSIONAL AFFLIATIONS

Army Engineer Association – Lifetime Member

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Software: Microsoft Office, SharePoint



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