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Manager Sales

Germanton, North Carolina, 27019, United States
May 22, 2018

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Abraham Cantu


**** ****** ****, ************, ** 28311 ٠ C: 910-***-****


Over 16 years of management experience. Skilled in career development and team building as well as analysis of training trends and scheduling forecast. Proficient with multiple data and storage software programs, MS Office software products and inventory management programs. Excellent Organizer conversant with event planning, project management, and community outreach. Quick Learner with strong analytical skills and customer oriented attitude, able to work effectively both in team and individually. Unique interpersonal skills and work ethics harnessed in the military and a multicultural working environment.


Black Hawk Mechanic. Dec 2016 - May 2018

Aviation Support Facility.

● Removed and installed aircraft subsystems assemblies such as engines, rotors, gearboxes, transmissions, and mechanical flight controls.

● Services and lubricated aircraft subsystems.

● Assisted in diagnosis/troubleshooting

● Conducted logistical audits, compliance reviews and program effectiveness/efficiency reviews. Sales Store Checker. Oct 2015 - Dec 2016

Defense Commissary Agency

● Received payments by cash,check, credit cards, vouchers, or automatic debits.

● Counted monies in cash drawers at the beginning of shift to ensure that amounts are correct and there is adequate change.

Human Resource Specialist May 2015- Dec 2017

USACAPOC (Civil Affairs /Psychological Operations 1st Training Brigade)

● Distributes and balances the workload among employees ensuring timely accomplishment of the assigned workload

● Oversight of all strength management and strength distribution actions

● Responsible for the readiness, health and welfare of all soldiers. Section Sergeant May 2010 – April 2015

1-82 ATTACK RECONNAISSANCE BATTALION Fort Bragg, NC Responsible for the welfare, education, and mentoring of 20 soldiers in my section. Completed a monthly report for 36 Apache Aircraft that included but not limited to: Aircraft Flight hours, landings, Scheduled Maintenance and Unscheduled Maintenance up and down times. Coordinated with different units within the Army to find and facilitate parts that were not on hand to complete mission.

● Evaluated requirement for additional resources and balanced organization needs with overall mission requirements and resource interests.

● Analyzed, evaluated, developed and advised on the organization work methods and procedures for providing administrative support systems; organizational structures; records and files; management processes; automatic work processes, communication and financial plans

● Coordinated the collection, analysis, and submission of reports to the Department of the Army by statute regulations or administrative directives. These reports are submitted to external entities such as Red Stone, and are used in their oversight responsibilities.

● Demonstrated ability to provide oversight of project intended to improve collection, analysis to improve aviation safety.

Crew Chief Oct 2007 – May 2010

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ATTACK RECONNAISSANCE BATTALION Illesheim, Germany Provided Aircraft Ground Support Equipment and Tool Room support to 32 Apaches.

● Foster improvement in performance, teamwork, and professional development across the board. An adept advisor and counselor.

● As an innovative thinker, I dramatically improved communication amongst the five MSC units’ by focusing on training to enable over 100 personnel to keep up with increase training requirements.

● Operated and maintained aircraft ground support equipment to include 10K Forklifts, scissor lifts, turbine engine wash carts, and auxiliary ground power units in the excess of $50 Million.

● Worked with site management on production schedules concerning all material issues for production runs and changes in production schedules.

Stock Clerk Oct 2006 – Oct 2007

1-2 ATTACK RECONNAISSANCE BATTALION Wanju, South Korea Directly responsible for the professional development, training and operational readiness of 6 Soldiers, 2 Tool Rooms, Aircraft Ground Support Equipment in the excess of $50 Million.

● Received, stored, and issued hand tools, machine tools, dies, materials, and equipment in industrial establishment; Issued tools and equipment to workers and maintained records of tools and equipment issued and returned manually or using a computer.

● Inspected and measured tools and equipment for defects and wear, visually or using a micrometer, and reported damage or wear to supervisor.

● Plans and organizes the work of the Company, including distribution of projects and delegation of assignments and was responsible for preparation and management of company’s capital administrative budget.

● As a mentor to junior personnel, identified new resources and innovative training procedures to ensure each subordinate military member completed their required annual General Military Training. Cashier Feb 2003 – April 2006

BEST BUY McAllen, Texas

● Received payments by cash, check, credit cards, vouchers, or automatic debits.

● Counted monies in cash drawers at the beginning of shift to ensure that amounts are correct and there is adequate change.

● Maintained clean and orderly checkout areas.

Program Assistant for Children Youth Services Feb 2001 – Sept 2003 ADVANCE –RGV McAllen, Texas

Created software to input information on several programs within the system, programs that are continued to be used today.

● Developed plans for delivery of municipal services to the public in accordance with the objectives set by the Department Managers & Supervisors. Located and oversaw placement of required equipment, supplies and materials.

● Understood municipal services and program objectives and was able to consistently translate those objectives into meaningful service activities.

● Exhibited effective leadership and instruction skills in the services and activities for which I was responsible for. Evaluated the effectiveness of programs and service activities provided in public. Solicited participant input to gauge participant reaction to program quality.

● Effectively planned programs that were convenient to users and participants to promote high levels of attendance and facility use.

Naval Council of Personnel Boards (NCPB) Oct 1998 – April 2001 NAVY YARD Washington, DC

● Assisted in reviewing & determinations regarding clemency, parole, or mandatory supervised release to those in the Navy and Marine Corps cases that are referred.

● Reviewed departmental policy and procedures in clemency, parole and mandatory release matter in coordination with other military services and DON activities when needed.

● Augmented Naval Council of Personnel Boards by driving to Quantico, VA every second day to drop off/pick up correspondence to the Physical Evaluation Board (PEB) which would otherwise take weeks to complete. Assistant Manager Oct 1998 – April 2001


● Trained store staff by reviewing and revising orientation to products and sales training materials; delivering training sessions, reviewing staff job results and learning needs with retail store manager; developing and implementing new product training.

● Attracted customers by originating display ideas; following display suggestions or schedules; constructing and assembling prefabricated display properties; producing merchandise display in windows and showcases, and on sales floor.

● Maintained a safe and clean store environment by developing and publishing evacuation routes; determining and documenting locations of potentially dangerous materials and chemicals. Marine Expeditionary Warfare Division (N75) Oct 1998 – April 2001 NAVY PENTAGON Arlington, VA

● Provided administrative assistance and coordinated to high level officials.

● Used all available travel rules, regulations, automated management systems, to include processing travel authorizations, vouchers, and use of online booking.

● Applied the policies and procedures of executive correspondence.

● Monitored office activities in an executive environment. Administrative Clerk Oct 1997 – Oct 1998


● Maintained workflow by studying methods; implementing cost reductions; and developing reporting procedures.

● Created and revised systems and procedures by analyzing operating practices, record keeping systems, forms control, office lay out and budgetary and personnel requirements; implementing changes consequently.

● Completed operational requirements by scheduling and assigning administrative projects; expediting work results.

● Resolved administrative problems by coordinating preparation of reports, analyzing data and identifying solutions.

Methodist University

Pursuing Bachelor’s in Health Administration with a minor in Business. Currently a Junior.

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