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Denham Springs, LA
Posted:
September 06, 2018

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David M Harwick

*** ***** ******

MILTON, FL ****0-0000

USA

Contact Phone: 850-***-****

Cell Phone: 850-***-****

Home Phone: 850-***-****

Email Address: ac6x7m@r.postjobfree.com or ac6x7m@r.postjobfree.com

EXPERIENCE

10/18/2015 to Present Smart Horizons – Course Ware Processor Courseware developer reviews multiple variables, such as corporate structure, employee knowledge base, employee training preferences and training deadlines. Courseware developers use this information to determine how to structure each course, what skills to cover and what communications tools to utilize. Reviews and Develops Training Courses/Manuals for accuracy and completeness in IKE and Nexport which is the programs utilized for the online training courses.

10/2014 to 10/1/2015 Navy Programmer and Developer for General Dynamics. Reviews and Develops Navy Training Courses/Manuals for accuracy and completeness in Content Planning Module (CPM) and Authoring Instructional Material (AIM). Acquired extensive knowledge the E2E process and ability to effectively use associated systems (AIM II, LOM, and CPM) while reviewing and converting 25 courses from legacy software. Converted, and thereby gained familiarity with courseware for Steel Worker, Construction Design, Pumps and Compressors, and Earthwork Operation ratings. Always showing excellent knowledge and skills in using the programs required to complete the task at hand. Has become someone called upon to assist others in giving a helping hand at their assignments and understanding the task. Completed CPM and AIM training October 2014 at Center for Seabees and Facilities Engineering (CSFE) – 2 Week Training. – Contract expired

09/2012 to 03/2013 part-time on call Subject Matter Expert for the Yeoman Rate Training Manual at General Dynamics. Reviewed documents and updated the manual to current standards.

09/2010 to 11/2013 40 Hours per week Administrative Assistant: last promoted 10/2013 to GS-5-04 permanent employee; Types, edits, formats, develops and prints a wide range of documents such as: correspondence letters, memorandum, technical reports, organizational proposals and justifications, technical notes, spreadsheets, work orders, work requests, supply requisitions, orders for travel, time and attendance records, travel authorizations and vouchers, and similar materials in accordance with current established guidelines and procedures.

Excellent Skills in using Microsoft computer programs, data, bases, spreadsheets and graphic to create a variety of documents. Superior knowledge of security regulations relating to the processing, handling and disposition of classified materials and ability to utilize and automated security system database.

Performs all General Administrative Daily Operations, Secretarial, clerical, and typing all outgoing and incoming official correspondence, office machine operation, office communication, and filing and records maintenance. Maintains Correspondence Files; Operates duplicating, adding, calculating, and copier machines; serves as Legal Officer/Counselor when Legal Officer is not available; other communication from rough draft.

Organizes and monitors the disposal of all personnel records; correspondence; and reports; sends, receives, and accounts for all official and registered mail; advises personnel of benefits, types of duty, and resolution of all command military problems. Albert Dorsett 850-***-****, may contact supervisor.

04/2007 to 09/2010; 40 hours per Week; ADMINISTRATIVE LEAD SUPERVISOR; last promoted 03/2009; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; AQUASIS, Eric Witherall, 850-***-**** ; may contact supervisor.

Apr 07 – PRESENT: Management Supervisor: Last promoted March 2007. Helicopter Training Squadron TWENTY-EIGHT, NAS Whiting Field Bldg 2947 Milton, Florida 32570; LCDR Scott Cockrum, 850-***-****; may contact supervisor.

As a team member of the Helicopter Training Squadron Administrative Department, duties and responsibilities include yet are not limited to the following:

Types, edits, formats, develops and prints a wide range of documents such as: correspondence letters, memorandum, technical reports, organizational proposals and justifications, technical notes, spreadsheets, work orders, work requests, supply requisitions, orders for travel, time and attendance records, travel authorizations and vouchers, and similar materials in accordance with current established guidelines and procedures.

Excellent Skills in using Microsoft computer programs, data, bases, spreadsheets and graphic to create a variety of documents. Superior knowledge of security regulations relating to the processing, handling and disposition of classified materials and ability to utilize and automated security system database.

Performs all General Administrative Daily Operations, Secretarial, clerical, and typing all outgoing and incoming official correspondence, office machine operation, office communication, and filing and records maintenance. Maintains Correspondence Files; Operates duplicating, adding, calculating, and copier machines; serves as Legal Officer/Counselor when Legal Officer is not available; other communication from rough draft.

Organizes and monitors the disposal of all personnel records; correspondence; and reports; sends, receives, and accounts for all official and registered mail; advises personnel of benefits, types of duty, and resolution of all command military problems.

Tracks and monitors all Logs, Records and Student Control issues for all Students that are assigned to HT-28 while they are assigned to the Naval Aviation Flight Program. Maintains and distributes organizational charts, staffing levels, reports, graphs, mission statements and other types of organizational reports and documents and information; monitors and reviews programs to identify trends, discrepancies, and problems, forms, records, directives or publications. Fills in during absence of Commanding Officer Secretary. Expert with the NAVFIT Program in Fitness Reports and Evaluations. In charge of training all personnel in the Navy's Message Systems (DMS) and Transaction Online Processing System with a Certificate of Training Achievement (TOPS). Designated as the Command's Government Credit Card Representative (APC). Defense Travel System (DTS), Standard Subject Identification Code (SSIC), Naval Correspondence Manual, Microsoft Excel and Outlook Programs, Command OPTAR and Budget for Cross Country and TAD Funds. Process and reviews contractor Time Sheets for Pay and Benefits (MC2). Navy Family Accounting System (NFAS). TIMS/TRANET Student Accounting System.

02/2000 to 10/2004; 40 hours per Week; CO'S SECRETARY/ADMIN SUPV/LPO; 00-00-E6; last promoted 12/1998; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; NMCRC TALLAHASSEE, 2910 ROBERTS AVE TALLAHASSEE, FL 32310; MRC SMALL, 850-***-**** ; may contact supervisor.

As a team member of the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center Tallahassee, Florida Administrative Department Head/Senior Watch Officer, duties and responsibilities include yet are not limited to the following:

Types, edits, formats, develops and prints a wide range of documents such as: correspondence letters, memorandum, technical reports, organizational proposals and justifications, technical notes, spreadsheets, work orders, work requests, supply requisitions, orders for travel, time and attendance records, travel authorizations and vouchers, and similar materials in accordance with current established guidelines and procedures.

Excellent Skills in using Microsoft computer programs, data, bases, spreadsheets and graphic to create a variety of documents. Superior knowledge of security regulations relating to the processing, handling and disposition of classified materials and ability to utilize and automated security system database.

Performs all General Administrative Daily Operations, Secretarial, clerical, and typing all outgoing and incoming official correspondence, office machine operation, office communication, and filing and records maintenance. Maintains Correspondence Files; Operates duplicating, adding, calculating, and copier machines; serves as Legal Officer/Counselor when Legal Officer is not available; other communication from rough draft.

Organizes and monitors the disposal of all personnel records; correspondence; and reports; sends, receives, and accounts for all official and registered mail; advises personnel of benefits, types of duty, and resolution of all command military problems.

Tracks and monitors all Reserve Pay and Reserve issues for all Students that are assigned to NMCRC Tallahassee while they are assigned to the Naval Aviation Flight Program. Maintains and distributes organizational charts, staffing levels, reports, graphs, mission statements and other types of organizational reports and documents and information; monitors and reviews programs to identify trends, discrepancies, and problems, forms, records, directives or publications. Fills in during absence of Commanding Officer Secretary. Expert with the NAVFIT Program in Fitness Reports and Evaluations. In charge of training all personnel in the Navy's Message Systems (DMS). Designated as the Command's Government Credit Card Representative (APC). Standard Subject Identification Code (SSIC), Naval Correspondence Manual, Microsoft Excel and Outlook Programs, Command OPTAR and Budget for Cross Country and TAD Funds. Navy Family Accounting System (NFAS).

EDUCATION

LITTLE FALLS JR SR HIGH SCHOOL, LITTLE FALLS, NY; 1984 High School Diploma

Colorado Technical University, Denver, CO; Associate in Business Administration, 2009; 3.00 out of 4 Point GPA; 12 Other Hours

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

ALL REQUIRED SCHOOLS THAT ARE REQUIRED OF A YEOMAN FIRST CLASS. DAPA SCHOOL, RESERVE PAY ADMINISTRATION (NSIPS), NAVLEAD, DEFENSE TRAVEL SYSTEM, NAVAL REGIONAL ENTERPRISE MESSAGING SYSTEM(NREMS),

MICROSOFT COMPUTER CERTIFICATION – NEW HORIZONS COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER PENSACOLA FLORIDA – JUNE 2012

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATES

**None Specified

PROFESSIONAL RATINGS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS

NAVY GOOD CONDUCT (4), NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (6), OUTSTANDING VOLUNTEER SERVICE MEDAL, AQUASIS CIVILIAN OF THE QUARTER 3RD QUARTER FY09

OTHER INFORMATION

Typing Speed 52WPM: Previous Certification, in contracting, purchasing, communications-computer systems or manufacturing and production.

U.S. MILITARY SERVICE INFORMATION

Active Duty: 09/1984 to 09/2004 - U.S. Navy

Honorable Discharge

Retirement Rank: E6/YN1. Date: 10/01/2004

ADDITIONAL DATA SHEET

David M Harwick

1. Appointment Eligibility:

Veterans Recruitment Appointment and/or 30% or More Disabled Veteran

Veterans Employment Opportunity Act Eligible

2. Citizenship: Yes

3. Appointment Preference:

Part Time

Temporary (positions lasting less than 1 year)

Term (positions lasting 1 year or more, but less than 4 years)

Shift Work

4. Willing to Travel: 6 or More Days

5. Vet Preference: 5-Point Preference

6. Low Salary Accept: $13.00 – $13.00

7. Qualified Typist: Yes

8. Birth Date: **None Specified

9. Geo Preference: CA, Concord ; CA, San Diego ; FL, Milton ; FL, Orlando ; FL, Pensacola ; NY, Saratoga Springs

10: PSI Adjudication of NACLC OPM, Opened 20130222, closed 20130425 determined Eligibility of Secret on 20131018 CAF – Expires 20231018.

RACE/ETHNIC STATUS: White

SEX: Male



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