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Training Human Resources

El Paso, Texas, United States
30 Hr
June 13, 2018

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Kris E. Parks ***** Stansbury Dr., El Paso, TX ***28


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: : A results and solutions oriented leader with 20 years of diverse experience in strategic and tactical communications. Top-ranked for working efficiently under pressure and stress in a busy and challenging atmosphere. Adept to handling confidential information and situations with discretion. Particularly adept at problem identification, extensive research, analysis and resolution. Innate ability to develop loyal and cohesive staffs dedicated to the task at hand. Fluent and experienced on Power-Point, Microsoft word and Excel. Extremely well versed in personnel management, strategic planning and superior experience in the management and supervisory field. Experienced on indoor cranes, forklifts and man lifts. Maintains an active Secret Security Clearance.

Army Awards

Meritorious Service Medal; Joint Service Commendation Medal; 2 Army Commendation Medals; 6 Army Achievement Medals; Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star; Global War On Terrorism Medal; Army Service Ribbon; National Defense Service Medal; Over Seas Ribbon four tours; 2 NATO Medals; Combat Action Badge; 6 Good Conduct Medals


Influential Leadership skills

Training/Facilitation skills

Excellent Interpersonal skills

Instructor skills

Team Building skills

Insider Threat Training skills

Protective Security skills

Conflict Resolution skills

Human Resources skills

Hand to Hand Combat skills

Interpersonal skills

Adaptive Problem Solving skills

Supervisory skills

Equal Opportunity Certified skills

Tactical Site Exploitation skills

Strong Personnel Management skills

Communication skills


Employment History 1997-Present

Key Highlights:

JSL Technologies/Operations Safety/NASA Research Rockets Feb 2018-Present

As a fully competent Operations Safety Engineer, plans and conducts work requiring judgment in the

independent evaluation, selection, and substantial adaptation and modification of standard techniques,

procedures, and criteria. Devises new approaches to problems encountered. Independently performs most

assignments and may seek technical guidance on unusual or complex problems. Plans, schedules,

conducts, or coordinates detailed phases of the engineering work in a part of major project or in a total

project of moderate scope. Performs work which involves conventional engineering practices but may

include a variety of complex features such as conflicting design requirements, unsuitability of standard

materials, and difficult coordination requirements. Work requires a broad knowledge of precedents in the

specialty area and a good knowledge of principles and practices of related specialties such as NASA

Research Rockets Operational Safety hazards. Responsible for the safety of engineers and/or rocket


SA-Tech Electronic Technician IV June 2017-November 2017

Engineering Technician IV Supporting the Military in Ft. Bliss, National Training Center (NTC), Yuma Arizona, McGregor, and White Sands Missile Range through Electronic Warfare/Radio Frequency. Deploy RF related hardware in a field environment (IE: Masts, towers, guy wires, ground anchors, cabling, connectors, etc). alculate power by taking known and/or measured gains and losses in a RF path. Accurately position receive and transmit antennas.operate a variety of standard PC based programs. Such as: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Internet Explorer. Input data into various user interface applications,save and transfer data via USB sticks, CDs, hard drives, or other storage devices. Networking and component configuration set-up and troubleshooting. Use spectrum analyzers, signal generators, attenuators, amplifiers, and other RF instrumentation. Used hand tools and technician diagnostic equipment. Tools included but not limited to this requirement are: Digital Multi Meters, Power Meters, Power Drills, Wrenches, Screw Drivers, Etc.Use of military protocol and standard operating procedures during FTX/NIE events. Work in the dynamic fast paced environment of a military test event.

Human Resources Team Lead/ Supervisor/Senior Section Chief 13D3O (Fort Bliss, Tx) Jan 2011-May 2017

Assisted and supervised all human resource matters as lead administrator of all medical retirements on Fort Bliss. Oversaw all strength database management and strength distribution actions i.e. Interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management System (iPERMS), Transition Point Processing System (TRANSPROC), and Official Military Personnel Files. I have performed final review of routine transactions completed by lower level clerks. I have one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-06 grade level in the Federal service which includes, analyzing military personnel assignments, utilizing personal computer to prepare correspondence, researching and/or providing factual information regarding applicable rules, regulations and procedures. I am an expert at process actions that involve unusual and complex procedural or substantive issues. Expert skill level when it comes to reviewing records and process actions involving unusual procedures, such as applications for special assignments or schools. Conducted many administrative tasks associated with transition and separation processing using the automated systems. Ensured that records were complete, accurate, and within regulatory requirements. Maintained effective liaison and communication with supported units and higher headquarters. Made recommendations in the development and updates of procedural and policy guidance. Researched and/or provided factual information regarding applicable rules, regulations and procedures. Interviewed personnel to obtain data needed to complete actions. Provided answers to military personnel questions involving, awards, promotions, and permanent change of station. Out-processes soldiers using a internal automation system. Utilized personal computer to prepare correspondence, forms and statistical data. Ensured all documents are properly posted to Officer/Enlisted Official Military Personnel File. Issued installation clearing papers to personnel out processing the unit. Responsible for the readiness, health, welfare and accountability of all retiring Soldiers out-processing Fort Bliss, Texas. Commended by the Director of Human resources for having the best team on Fort Bliss. Solely responsible for scheduling transition appointments for Army separations and Retirements demonstrating the best care and concern in customer service. Subject matter expert, technical supervisor and trainer of over 200 Soldiers on the (AFATDS) Automated Field Artillery Tactical Data System on basic application operations, database management, targeting, wireless communication configurations and troubleshooting. Directly accountable for systems administration, database management, equipment for the AFATDS and vehicles valued in excess of over $100M during the tenure of my career. Supervised and launched combat operations in Afghanistan and was commended by the Afghanistan Operations Sergeant Major for having the best Fire Direction Center in the southern province. Depended upon by my unit for having extensive and critical knowledge in my field. Detailed training with CPOF Command Post of the Future and security force supervisor and secure comsec supervisor for COP Pacemaker Afghanistan. Orchestrated with system trouble shooting and exercise completion. Served as an onsite system subject matter expert for AFATDS and system support operations during training exercises and real world deployment operations. Developed, modified, refined, and validated training plans and program of instructions. Served as a site representative in a community of practice working groups, as directed.

Instructor/Writer (Fort Sill Oklahoma)/ Tactical Site Exploitation Supervisor (Afghanistan)

Aug 2008- Dec 2010

Provided 13D Subject Matter Expertise and support to the TRADOC Capability Manager (TCM)- Fires office on current and emerging field artillery automation systems; developed and validated Tactics, Techniques, and procedures (TTP) dealing with how the automation systems affect cannon with changes to assigned systems; applied risk management in daily duties; participated in meetings, tests, fielding’s and briefings as required; attended regular training courses to further professional development in current position. Certified as a Tactical Site Exploitation Supervisor for a two man sniper team and five Explosive Ordinance Division teams that provided routine emergency support of 57 missions to the Polish military units with USAF in Afghanistan. Found over 75 unexploded improvised explosive devices and trained over 50 Polish and U.S. Soldiers on Improvised Explosive Devise identification and site exploitation. During this time period I’ve gained extensive knowledge and experience of planning combat operations to demobilizing enemy forces using the resources at my disposal like Demographics, Biometric Automated Tool Set (BATS) and the Handheld Integrated Identity Detection Equipment (HIIDE). During this period I was also trained by ex FBI agents on battlefield forensics.

Individual Readiness Training Supervisor (IRT) Convoy Security Supervisor (Fort Riley Kansas/ Iraq) March 2005-Aug 2008

Launched Individual Readiness Training to approximately 214 Soldiers enhancing their combat effectiveness for their deployments to the Southwest Asian region. IRT, which is now a 10-day program, consists of land navigation, High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle Egress Assistance training, combative drills, battle drills, improvised explosive device training, first-aid and weapons qualification as well as many antiterrorism/insider threat training classes. Trained deploying Soldiers on JCATS Joint Conflict And Tactical Simulation Enhancements and Multiple Unified Simulation Environment/ Virtual Reality Scene Generator (MUSE/VRSG). All of this training was planned and coordinated by me directly. Led a security force launching over 60 Combat Logistic Patrols through the extremely dangerous country of Iraq with 100% accountability of all personnel and equipment with zero casualties through a twelve month period. Subject matter expert for multiple Army computer systems such as the Joint Automated Deep Operations Coordination System (JADOCS), Counter Improvised Explosive Device system, Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle (MRAP), Automated Field Artillery Tactical Data System, Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio Communication Systems, Blue Force Tracker systems, Force Battle Command Brigade and Below systems, Intrusion Detection and Common Remotely Operated Weapon systems and the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical systems.


Equal Opportunity Leaders Course (05/2014)

Security Education, Training & Awareness (01/2014)

Resilience Trainer Assistant (12/2013)

Army Center for Substance Abuse Program Trainer (05/2013)

Sexual Harassment Assault Response Prevention Training Course (02/2013)

Social Media and Operations Security Training (01/2013)

Phishing Training (01/2013)

Annual Department of Defense Cyber Awareness Training (01/2013)

Information Assurance Training (01/2013)

Insider Threat Situational Awareness Training (12/2012)

Advanced Leaders Course Common Core (12/2012)

Recruiting and Retention School (09/2011)

Field Artillery Tactical Data Systems Specialist, Advanced Leaders Course (08/2011)

New Equipment Operator Training Course (06/2011)

Combat Life Savers Course (05/2011)

Basic Protective Security Course (09/2005)

Combatives Training Level I (06/2005)

Combatives Training Level II (06/2005)

Nuclear Biological Chemical Defense School (01/2005)

Human Resources Training (03/2002)

HAZMAT School (04/2018)

Risk Management School (05/2018

Naval Explosives Safety Managers/Supervisors Orientation AMMO-49 (03/2018)

Crane Operations Course (03/2018)

Basics of Naval Explosives Hazards Control AMMO-18 (03/2018)

Kris Eric Parks

12417 Stansbury Dr., El Paso, TX 79928


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