Dedicated and focused individual who excel at prioritizing and completing multiple tasks simultaneously and follow through to achieve project goals. Answer a high volume of incoming calls while handling in person inquiries to client and collogues. Flexible and hardworking with strong drive to succeed.
MARCH 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2018
POLICE OFFICER, Virgin Islands Police Department, St. Croix USVI
Prevents crime by explaining and enforcing applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; teaching preventive, protective, and defensive tactics; mediating disputes; patrolling assigned area; responding to notices of disturbances; conducting searches; observing suspicious activities; detaining suspects. Apprehends suspects by responding to complaints and calls for help; observing violations; making arrests, conduct criminal investigations by gathering evidence; interviewing victims and witnesses; interrogating suspects. Documents observations and actions by radioing information; completing reports, Reports observations and actions by testifying in court, Fulfills court orders by executing warrants and commitments, Maintains safe traffic conditions by monitoring and directing traffic; enforcing laws and ordinances; investigating accidents; providing escort; reporting unsafe streets and facilities, Maintains operations by following department policies and procedures; recommending changes, Maintains professional and technical knowledge by studying applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; Practicing skills; participating in professional societies, Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Skills/Qualifications: Decision Making, Legal Compliance, Handles Pressure, Deals with Uncertainty, Lifting, Physical Fitness, Judgment, Objectivity, Dependability, Emotional Control, Integrity.
MAY 2016 – SEPTEMBER 2018
HORIZONTAL ENGINEER, US Virgin Islands National Guard, St. Croix USVI
Interprets information on grade stakes; clears, grubs, strips, excavates, backfills, ditches, stockpiles and pushes scraper with tractor crawler; cuts and spread fills material with scraper; excavates, stockpiles, backfills, and loads with loader.
OFFICE SUPPORT: Provided general administrative and clerical support including mailing, scanning, faxing and copying to leadership, maintain electronic and hard copy filing system, perform data entry and scan documents, assist in resolving any administrative problems, answer calls from soldiers regarding their inquiries, prepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, memos and emails, maintain office supplies for department.
JULY 2017 – SEPTEMBER 2017
HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT, IPPS-A (ADOS), US Virgin Islands National Guard, St. Croix USVI
Perform data cleansing, understand and interpret data mismatch reports to identify and correct discrepancies, coordinate with units to correct discrepancies, and validate discrepancies have been corrected. Perform personnel data quality checks for correctness to ensure accurate, complete, current, and valid data resides in the personnel systems for successful migration. Attend the IPPS-A Deployment Implementation Group (DIG) monthly meetings and assist in ensuring VING is current on updates related to IPPS-A implementation and is current on implementation milestones.
APRIL 2010 – SEPTEMBER 2014
PARTS SALES MANAGER, Auto Zone, Virginia
Assisted Store Manager in the supervision and scheduling of store personnel, Addressed customer concern, Delegated and completed store merchandising task, Assigned, coached, directed, and ensured completion of work assigned to Auto Zone employees on shift, Trained and developed personnel, Communicated concerns and issues to Store Manager, Provided feedback to Store Manager on Auto Zone employee’s performance, Conducted and reviewed all opening and closing procedures, and reported discrepancies, Managed weekly and monthly P&L responsibilities, Maintained sale productivity, store appearance, and merchandising standards.
NOVEMBER 2012 – AUGUST 2013
SALES ASSOCIATE, SPRINT, VIRGINIA
Greet customers ascertain what each customer wants or needs. Computed sales prices, total purchases and receive process cash or credit payment, Maintained records related to sales, Watch for and recognize security risks thefts, and know how to prevent or handle these situations, Recommended, select, and help locate or obtain merchandise based on customer needs desires, Answered questions regarding the store its merchandise, Described merchandise explain use, operation, and care of merchandise to customers, Ticketed, arrange display merchandise to promote sales, Prepared sales slips or sales contracts, Placed special orders or call other stores to find desired items, Demonstrated use or operation of merchandise, Exchange merchandise for customers accept returns, Inventory stock requisition new stock, Prepared merchandise for purchase or rental, Sell or arrange for delivery, insurance, financing, or service contracts for merchandise, Estimated quote trade-in allowances.
MARCH 2009 – JANUARY 2012
RADIO TRANSMITTER OPERATOR SPECIALIST, (DEPLOYED) kASLU, IRAQ
Supported Operations Sergeant through personal document management, calendar organization, and collateral preparations for meetings, Excelled within deadline-intensive environment, ensuring accurate and on time completions of all projects, Assisted in all areas of administrative work including data entry, receptionist duties, file organization, research and development, Maintained and prioritized daily tasks and projects including Army Daily Staff journal, appointment, travel, expense reports, and general errands. Collaborated with human resource department to ensure efficient office environment, managed daily office operations and maintenance of equipment, maintaining accurate records for all unit personnel, Prepared, received, recorded processed and transmitted messages to proper personnel and Chain of Command. Radio operator-maintainers are responsible for the maintenance of radio communication equipment. This equipment needs to consistently work in order for the Army to direct the movement of its troops.
CERTIFICATION OF COMPLETION, US Virgin Islands Police Academy
Study and research which deals with police work. Studies and research in criminology, forensic science, psychiatry, psychology, jurisprudence, community policing, criminal justice, correctional administration and penology all come under this umbrella term 'police science'. It thus includes physical and social sciences.
Top Physical Fitness Award
ADVANCED STUDIES DIPLOMA, Norview High School, vIRGINIA
English, mathematics, science, social science, world language, fine arts, physical education, and elective classes meeting selected criteria as part of the program of study for the High School Diploma. Electives may include advanced courses, career and technical education (CTE), Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC), dual-enrollment, or additional classes in the required subjects that meet school board requirements.
Virgin Islands National Guard, Nov 2015 – Present
US Army, Basic Combat Training 88M, Mar 2009
Operation New Day, Iraq, May 2011 – Jan 2012
Director’s Personnel Readiness Overview (DPRO)
Record Brief (RB)
Interactive Personnel Electronic Records Management (iPERM)
Reserve Component Automation Systems (RCAS)
IPPS- A Web Based HR System
Dedicated team player
MS Office Proficient
Ability to multi-task