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Air Force Manager

Location:
Waldorf, Maryland, United States
Posted:
December 28, 2018

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Maxine A. Rydzynski

**** ******** ***** ******* ** 20603

301-***-**** (home)

202-***-**** (cell)

ac72k9@r.postjobfree.com

Security Clearance: TS-SCI (with current CI Poly)

Summary of Qualifications:

24+ years of active duty military experience in the United States Air Force

Top Secret SCI security clearance

Excellent project management experience overseeing multiple functional areas, program administration, human resource employee relation, operational strategic planning

Skilled in developing programs and systems in support of organizational management

Expertise in training, mentoring strategies, mediation and arbitration, team building and team leadership

High level of expertise in Microsoft Office applications as well as with the Internet

Implement new administrative workflow system utilizing the entire array of Microsoft Office Software

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Professional Experience:

Executive Administrative Assistant 16 Apr 2013 – 31 Oct 2018

Air Force Concepts, Development and Management Office, Ft Washington, MD

Function as liaison and provide administrative support to the ISSO senior staff with various DoD personnel

Provide workflow management processes to facilitate program and administration coordination for the Director, Mission Support

Provide advice and status on all matters related to program administrative controls and activities and coordinate administrative aspects and other administrative matters

Research and initiate contacts and make inquiries to gather and maintain accurate information for CDM

Research and document policies and operating procedures to ensure appropriate and timely actions on both internal and external initiatives and tasks

Provide administrative review to determine appropriate changes and corrective actions required

Follow-up on request to other organizations and agencies on behalf of the Director, MSS to ensure timely dissemination of required information

Attend meetings, provide minutes to appropriate groups

Schedules training and quarterly briefings for the MSS directorate personnel

Maintain calendar, leave, TDY calendar for MSS director & personnel assigned

Serves as the DTS ODTA, assists and reviews travel arrangements (domestic and international) for assigned CDM personnel

Serves as the APACS task manager, reviews, collects and submit all requests for approval for assigned CDM personnel

Manage the new employee personnel program through the AGORA Confluence system

Ensure that newly assigned personnel are assigned to their respective email groups upon in processing

Ensure departing personnel are out-processed/deleted from respective systems

Assists the COR with the processing of DD Form 254

Collects and disseminates all incoming and outgoing official US mail

Compiles and prepares purchase request forms for monthly and EOY GPC supply requests for FWF CDM personnel

Processes monthly GPC reports

Serves as the alternate EA for the Deputy Director

Senior Staff Coordinator Jun 7, 2011- Apr 15, 2013

Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington DC

Coordinate and administer functions and activities of the Counterintelligence (CI) and HUMINT Governance Model by performing the following functions:

Assist with agenda development and coordination for the CI & HUMINT Councils and Integrated management Group& other Governance meetings

Record tasks and upload into the Governance management System (GMS)

Monitor the Governance calendar to ensure inclusion of community meetings and update for accuracy

Attend various Governance meetings and scribe meetings for dissemination to the DCHE

Support planning and conduct of annual CI & HUMINT conference

Provide administrative support for the planning and execution of the DCHE Executive Committee meeting (EXCOM) and Board of Directors (BoD)

Develop initiatives to enhance governance outreach and synchronization if current governance activities

Assistant Office Manager Feb 7, 2011-Jun 4, 2011

Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington DC

Serves as the assistant office manager, coordinates administrative management functions and event planning activities in support of the COCOMs and the Global Workforce Development Division.

Establishes and implements DIA and office policies and procedures; conducts meetings with secretarial staff

Reviews correspondence, reports and articles for correspondence and reports submitted by division for format, content and grammar

Coordinates and schedules Division Chief’s appointments, staff meetings, and tele-conferences

Coordinates and schedules DIA and other conference centers

Coordinates and prepares agendas

Collects and disseminates read ahead’s to key personnel

Attends meetings and records notes; prepares minutes and posts to SharePoint

Assist with the support planning, coordination and conduct of the semi-annual Department of Defense General Intelligence Conference as well as several other DoD mandated conferences

Serves as the assistant Division Time and Attendance manger; verifying timesheets and input information in the DIA DCPS system

Serves as the assistant Division task manager; reviews, disseminates, collects and close out all Division tasks

Serves as the Division DTS ODTA, assists and reviews DTS travel arrangements (domestic and international) for the COCOM support personnel and the Division

Staff Support Officer Jun 7, 2010 – Feb 4, 2011

Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington DC

Provides competency-based resident, mobile, and distance learning strategic and operational level all-source intelligence and assimilation training for DIA, Combatant Commands, Military Services, Intelligence Community, federal agencies, and international partners to support joint and combined collaborative intelligence processes:

Track all JMITC travel cost to include estimates and paid amounts for contractors, government and military members that used HCL5 funds for travel

Ensure that the spreadsheet is updated to reflect travel and money allotted per traveler for contractors, government and military members

Make travel arrangements for HCL5 staff as required

Reviews documents for accuracy and completeness prior to approval as a Organizational Defense Travel Administrator in the Defense Travel System

Consultant, Access Control Unit Mar 8, 2010- Jun 4, 2010

Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC

Support an environment where protection strategies are effectively incorporated into everyday business processes:

Provide state of the art Access control, Intrusion detection systems and Emergency response oversight to safeguard the FBI headquarters, Quantico and Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS)

Provide FBI SACS badge service, Public Key Infrastructure Services (PKI) enrollment and National Foreign visitors program

Provide VIP/special events coordination for personnel visiting FBI headquarters and CJIS facilities

Superintendent, Reserve Development Jan 22, 2005 – Sep 30, 2009

Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, DC

Program Manager for readiness and effectiveness of over 1,960 Air Force Reservists assigned to the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC)–IMA Program. Interpreted and enforced policy regarding IMA re-enlistments, retirements and separations. Managed the Military Personnel Data System and Reserve Management Vacancy System. Reviewed and suspense functional review packages. I was also responsible for:

Managing readiness and effectiveness of over 1,960 Air Force Reservists, supporting 27 different commands

Interpreting and enforcing policies

Monitored/coordinated all promotion processes for individuals assigned

Managed actions pertaining to relocations, classification, personnel manning and training

Developed position descriptions for job vacancies

Briefed personnel and processed contracts for specialty, incentive and continuation pay

Coordinated background reference checks for new employee orientation and exit interviews

Provided supervisory level guidance to junior level managers on appropriate personnel actions (policy, recognition and disciplinary)

Superintendent, Personnel and Plans Programs Aug 7, 2002 - Jan 21, 2005

Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, DC

Managed Major Command promotions, Management Level review records, and the evaluation readiness section. Provided support to approximately 14,500 military personnel assigned to the White House, Office of Secretary of Defense, Joint Chief of Staff, Secretary of the Air Force, Headquarter Air Force and Air Force District of Washington and Air Force elements at 580 duty locations throughout all 50 states and 108 foreign countries:

Provided management oversight and auditing activities of 9,000 Officer Command Selection Record Groups

Responsible for Promotion Management level review for over 14,500 military personnel

Provided technical support, researched policy issues, and quality reviews for Senior Raters

Senior Manager, Outbound Assignments/Formal Training Apr 7, 2001 – Aug 6, 2002

Bolling Air Force Base, Washington, DC

Program Manager, responsible for the execution of all personnel relocation assignments, and formal training actions. Reviewed and approved correspondence, forms and personnel data systems requests:

Provided senior management advise to service members on official and personal obligations incident to relocation and training

Managed employee evaluation programs and conducted employee relations training

Responsible for accountability of over 800 AF personnel while deployed in support of operation Enduring Freedom

Education

Nyack College Community College of the Air Force

Washington DC Bolling AFB, Washington, DC

BS, Organizational Management AS, Human Resource Management

Professional Training

NCO Leadership School Workplace Dispute Resolution Training

NCO Academy Security Manager

Civilian Personnel Liaison Course Total Quality Management Course

Leadership diversity training course 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Civilian Personnel Supervisors Course Defense Travel System (ODTA)



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