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Manager Medical

Location:
Dallas, Texas, United States
Posted:
February 15, 2018

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M A R K D. W A L K E R

****A Cavalry Lane Killeen, Texas 76549

937-***-**** ac4hrs@r.postjobfree.com

S E N I O R O P E R A T I O N S & M A N A G E M E N T P R O F E S S I O N A L Transformative Leader with 17 years of expertise in diverse management positions. Proven performance in facets of systems management, operational planning, organizational foresight, leadership, intelligence/security operations, staff development and account management. Demonstrates the ability to assess current and future trends guiding organizations in making dynamic management decisions at both the institutional and operational levels. Quickly analyzes complex information; identifies areas needing improvement and resolve critical issues while holding teams accountable for their contributions. Motivated by challenges and recognized for clear decision-making under pressure, thriving in diverse and fast-paced environments. Pursuing Project Management Program certification. Current DOD Secret Security Clearance.

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT COMPLEX PROBLEM SOLVING STAFF TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT KNOWLEDGE SHARING INTEGRITY-BASED LEADERSHIP PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT FOREIGN RELATIONS COMPREHENSIVE REPORTING DECISION-MAKING PROCESS PROJECT MANAGEMENT METRIC-BASED ANALYSIS COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE QUALITY CONTROL RISK MANAGEMENT P R O F E S S I O N A L E X P E R I E N C E

UNITED STATES ARMY November 2000 - Present

Chief of Operations and Project Manager Fort Sam Houston, TX/Fort Hood, TX (May 2015-Present) Served as Chief of Operations for an executive Army Headquarters. Supervised, developed, coordinated, and synchronized plans, operations, transformation, readiness and training for 3,000 military professionals spanning five installations. Developed 20 healthcare professionals through ethical and integrity-based leadership. Managed resources and accounts in excess of $20M. Implemented quality control measures with designated deadlines for staff products, actions, tasks and executive correspondence for internal/external stakeholders. Organized 28 executive briefings and meetings, and spearheaded 15 key work groups. Improved organizational structure through quantitative and qualitative analysis. Monitored each phase of organizational restructure, while serving as the information conduit for subordinate organizations. Established non-traditional methods for staffing 200 plans, policies and initiatives integrating virtual resources in a financially constrained environment. Increased synchronization and readiness by 16% across the organization.

Program Manager/Graduate Level Faculty Fort Sam Houston, TX (April 2013-April 2015) Served as an Instructor, Writer and Program Manager for the Army Medical Department Captains Career Course. Managed course quotas, registration, curriculum, budget and academic evaluations for 10 course iterations. Restructured a new course curriculum composed of 42 critical tasks and 38 lesson plans. Set conditions for students to master branch- specific technical/tactical skills, staff planning processes, direct leadership and command competencies. Imparted graduate level military leadership development for 3,000 U.S. and foreign military commissioned officers. Instructed courseware related to doctrine, organizational structure, operational medicine and Army lessons-learned. Demonstrated innovative approaches to instructing curriculum. Challenged students to think creatively, critically and constructively to spirit growth and development as future leaders in the U.S. Army. Achieved 100% graduation rate. Director of Medical Operations and Plans Fort Lewis, WA (January 2012-March 2013) Served as Director on aspects of Army Health Systems. Organized complex medical support plans for a wide-range of executive level operations in 3 remote locations across the U.S. and during multiple multinational certification exercises. Developed 15 military professionals through ethical and integrity-based leadership. Monitored a medical certification and maintenance programs, and budget worth $5.6M . Established the first organizational medical sustainment program managing credentials for 43 health care professionals, 200 first responders, a maintenance program for 107 pieces of equipment and a medical supply program essential for rapid deployments. Reduced U.S. Government fraud and excess spending by $1.6M.

MARK D. WALKER 937-***-**** ac4hrs@r.postjobfree.com PAGE 2 Director of Operations, Training, Intelligence & Security Fort Lewis, WA (April 2010-January 2012) Served as the Director on aspects of daily operations. Trained 13 subordinate organizations comprised of 700 military leaders in rapid deployment operations. Developed 14 healthcare professionals through ethical and integrity-based leadership; managed resources and accounts worth $14M . Established a common operating picture and quality control measures for a multi-faceted organization. Minimized ineffective processes and costing methods. Achieved a 98% commendable rating during the organization’s annual inspection. Spearheaded 4 planning work groups for a 20 person staff, which led to the deployment certification for the Executive Headquarters. Monitored readiness through quantitative/qualitative measures; achieved a 100% deployment rate for 10 subordinate organizations. Headed-up the organization’s Annual Leadership Seminar on behalf of the CEO. Enhanced Army training readiness and leadership competencies, and decreased property accountability trends among mid-grade Leaders. Chief Program Officer Mosul, Iraq/Fort Hood, TX (November 2008-April 2010) Served as Chief Program Officer in foreign relations. Developed 72 healthcare professionals through ethical and integrity-based leadership. Supervised administrative and clinical operations consisting of medical evacuation, policy regulations, preventive medicine, and logistics. Saved hundreds of lives while temporarily assigned in the Republic of Iraq. Directed Army Health Systems support in Northern Iraq to a population at risk of 6,500 U.S. personnel, coalition partners and contractors. Maintained an inventory of organizational equipment and a budget worth $15M . Improved Iraqi healthcare systems and foreign relations through the renovation of 15 Iraqi health clinics totaling $1M. Trained 300 Iraqi Security Forces to create an International First Responder Program. Operations Manager/Manager/Clerk TX, MD, S. Korea, KY (November 2000-November 2008) Served as Operations Manager on aspects of operational medicine. Developed 8 healthcare professionals through ethical and integrity-based leadership. Managed equipment and resources worth $11M . Headed-up the organization’s first- Joint Readiness Training Center exercise. Organized numerous executive medical support plans and concepts for 6 subordinate organizations comprised of 4.5K military professionals. Established programs which improved the health of the force. Achieved a 95% readiness rate. Superbly facilitated the re-alignment of monthly readiness reporting under the new Department of Defense Readiness Reporting System. Monitored the organizations security and security clearance program. Provided timely intelligence on operational security/force protection measures. Improved early selection to Chief Program Officer.

Served as the Manager for medical operations, while temporarily assigned in the Republic of Korea. Developed 36 military professionals through ethical and integrity-based leadership. Managed an inventory of equipment worth $4M. Oversaw medical operations and plans for 6 maneuver-centric organizations, and multiple field training exercises near the Demilitarized Zone. Implemented a medical readiness program for 800 military leaders. Increased organizational readiness to 98%.

Served as an Administration Clerk for an Army National Guard organization. Processed successfully over 250 orders, awards, promotions and pay inquiries. Increased organizational readiness to 96%. E D U C A T I O N, P R O F E S S I O N A L D E V E L O P M E N T & O R G A N I Z A T I O N S MASTERS OF ARTS, Organizational Leadership

Brandman University, Irvine, CA

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS, Business Administration

Morehead State University, Morehead, KY

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Command and General Staff College Operational Contract Support Defense Support of Civilian Authorities Instructor/Support Cadre Training Course Support Operations Course Health Services Plans, Operations, Intelligence, Security & Training Joint Logistics Course Advanced Officer Leadership Course Air Load Planners

& Automation Course Ammunition Account Management Army Safety & Composite Risk Management Entry- Level Officer Leadership Course College ROTC Entry/Advanced Individual Enlisted Course ORGANIZATIONS

ARMY SILVER CADUCEUS ASSOCIATION



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