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Manager Human Resources

Columbus, Georgia, United States
May 24, 2018

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Carl Eugene Purgerson Sr., MBA

*** ********** ***, *******, ** 31804 (Cell) 706-***-**** (Home) 706-317-385


OBJECTIVE: To secure a Human Resources Business Partner / Human Resources Manager position within an organization.

Summary of Professional Qualifications

Strategic Planning, Training and Execution Operations Management Data Collection & Analysis Talent Acquisition / Training Development Process Improvement Employee Relations / Services

Biometrics / Program Evaluation Investigations / Inquires Project / Program Management Contract Negotiations and Administration Interdepartmental Relations Conflict Resolution

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator Customer Services Equal Opportunity Adviser Administration / Database Management Unit Victim Advocate Scheduling / Travel Management

Employment Laws / Benefits Administration Health & Safety Policy Development

Emergency Response Planning

Summary of Professional Experience

XPO Logistics Jan 2018 – May 2018

HR Operations Team Lead

Serves as the head of operations driving data analytics for reporting and process improvement. Leads in assessing HR Shared Service Center operational performance and supporting solutions to deliver timely and accurate resolutions by monitoring and reviewing performance to ensure results align with standards. Coordinates strategies and procedures at every level to ensure federal, state and local compliance is met. Conducts research by gathering and reviewing data using multiple sources, then formulates, analyzes, and documents business requirements to align company capabilities with its objectives and customers’ needs to determine the right approach for creating and implementing improvement plans.

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Apr 2015 – Dec 2017

Emergency Management Specialist

Coordinates disaster response or crisis management activities, provide disaster preparedness training, and prepare emergency plans and procedures for natural (e.g., hurricanes, floods, earthquakes), wartime, or technological disasters or hostage situations. Coordinates strategies and procedures with emergency personnel at every level, from state and federal to county and local, is essential for ensuring that emergency contingencies are expertly handled and planned. Conducts research to determine the right approach for creating and implementing emergency preparedness plans, and they pay close attention to changes in state and federal regulations and modify emergency preparedness plans to reflect these changes. Collaborates with other emergency management personnel and local, state or federal officials when preparing for, responding to, or recovering from disasters.

Provided support to, and developed liaisons with other agencies, organizations or companies involved in developing disaster preparedness programs

Consulted with area institutions, including hospitals, schools, and local governments, to determine their needs and to ensure the facilitation of programs in the event of natural or manmade disasters

Totalis Consulting Group Jun 2014 – Mar 2015

Military Analyst / Program Manager

Responsible for the management of educational data and design of the Maneuver Self Study Program and all facets of related to the management of communications to include OPSEC, copyright vetting, creation of topics, web design, LinkedIn management, member approvals and 20 topic managers.

Referred to as the SME by TRADOC to other Centers of Excellence

198th Infantry Brigade, Fort Benning, Georgia May 2012 – Sept 2013

Senior Human Resources Director

Strength Manager / Adjutant for 5 Initial Entry Training Battalions encompassing over 7,000 Soldiers. Responsible for the strength management of over 600 military positions and 30 civilians on Fort Benning. Responsible for the daily and future operations of the S-1 section and interaction / coordination with Fort Benning's Director of Human Resource, G-1, Equal Opportunity Advisor, Installation Retention, and Garrison Support Agencies. Responsible for the coordination with TRADOC and Human Resource Command for all personnel on a daily basis regarding personnel actions. Provide counsel to management in developing and maintaining sound organizational structures to ensure the effective use of people, money, and materials.

Made recommendations on realignment or consolidation of functions as a result of higher headquarters direction or as a result of downsizing or budget cuts.

Served as the point of contact for all EEO Complaints, Union grievances, FOIA, and Congressional inquiries.

Responded to inquiries from Congress, military staff and civilian agencies, writes staff papers and reports on matters pertaining to personnel.

Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Benning, Georgia Jun 2011 – Apr 2012

Deputy Human Resources Manager

Strength Manager/Deputy G-1 Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) consisting of Armor School, Infantry School, seven brigades, Director of Training (Maneuver Captains Career Course), Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Noncommissioned Officer Academy, and Director of Training and Doctrine encompassing over 7,000 Soldiers. Responsible for the strength management of over 6,500 military positions which includes the relocation of the Armor School's Base Realignment and Closure relocation from Fort Knox to Fort Benning. Responsible for the daily and future operations of the MCoE G-1 section and interaction/coordination with Fort Benning's Director of Human Resource, Equal Opportunity Advisor, Installation Retention, and Garrison Support Agencies.

Served as the Operational Security Manager and Internal Management Control Program Administrator and documented all changes to allowances, projecting need for reprogramming requirements and authorizations.

Managed strategic planning of requirements BRAC/POM/MCOE/TRADOC/IMCOM and continually coordinated with Chief of Staff.

Developed and issued written instructions and standard and emergency response operating procedures, and ensures compliance.

327th Infantry Battalion, Fort Campbell, Kentucky Dec 2009 – May 2011 Human Resources Strength Manager

Battalion Adjutant / Strength Manager for a FORSCOM battalion of an Air Assault Battalion comprised of five companies including a Combat Support Company, four light Infantry Companies & a Headquarters & Headquarters Company to include a platoon of attachments from the Military Police, Civil Affairs, and Psychological Operations units with approximately 1300 Soldiers capable of deploying worldwide within 36 hours. Responsible to the commander for all matters and advises the Command Group and subordinate unit S-1 personnel on human resources issues involving readiness.

Served as liaison for all civilian personnel and budget matters to include Contracting Officer for all contracts within the area of operations while deployed to Afghanistan from JUN 2010 - JUN 2011.

Personally briefed senior civilians, general officers, Congressional staff and members of both the House of Representatives and Congress on personnel and emergency response procedures.

United States Army Infantry Center, Fort Benning, Georgia Mar 2006 - Jun 2009

Company Commander for HQ and HQ Company

Company Commander for a division level Headquarters and Headquarters Company for the United States Army Infantry Center comprised of 18 Directorates and staff sections with 290 assigned or attached personnel and 350 Civilian employees. Accountable for organizational, installation and real property valued in excess of $600 thousand dollars. Conducted investigations and conducted after action reviews which resulted in positive changes of standard operating procedures. Planned and executed all mandatory training requirements. Received, tracked, and filled taskings from G-3 USAIS. Reviewed and interpreted regulatory guidelines, policies, and standard operating procedures.

Chaired as a project manager to isolate, identify and recommend solutions to critical problems affecting the quality of life of Soldiers and their families.

Identified problem areas and deficiencies in existing program design or operation and factors/conditions necessary for successful program operation.

Professional Licenses & Certifications

Army Supervisory Development Course and the Manager’s Internal Control Program

Army Safety Officers Course to include risk management, emergency response and mitigation techniques

Senior Professional Human Resources, (HRCI)

License Practical Nurse (LPN), State of GA

Incident Command Structure Qualified (ICS 400)

Professional Memberships

Member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Member of the International Public Management Association – Human Resources (IPMA-HR)

Member of the Project Management Institute (PMI)

Member of the American Management Association (AMA)

Education & Professional Development

Master’s in Human Resources Management, Trident University International (GPA 3.9)

Master’s in Business Administration (Project Management), Jones International University (GPA 4.0)

Bachelor of Science (Psychology w/ minor in Human Services), Troy State University (GPA 3.87)

Knowledgeable of Kaizens’ 5-S Principles: Lean Six Sigma Black Belt course work completed, DOD

Supervisory Development Course and the Manager’s Internal Control Program, DOD

Computer Knowledge

Windows Vista, XP, Microsoft Office Suite 2010 applications; Windows 7, Microsoft Outlook 2010, Excel 2010, Power Point 2010, HRIS, Service Now, Success Factors, Kronos, Microsoft Projects, Windows 2000, eMilpo, PERNET, Web EDAS, FMSWEB, TOPMIS & TOPMIS II, XEROX Machine, Digital Scanner, Facsimile

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