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Ledership & Business Adjunct Faculty

Location:
Glen Allen, Virginia, United States
Salary:
50000
Posted:
November 12, 2018

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LEDERSHIP & BUSINESS ADJUNCT FACULTY

Qualifications Profile

Student-focused, detail-oriented, and highly motivated professional, equipped with exceptional management and leadership experience in staff education as well as training document and manual development. Highly skilled at providing instructional direction and motivation to students, prioritizing and completing tasks promptly, as well as establishing relationships with all levels of individuals utilizing strong communication and interpersonal aptitudes. Recognized for strong work ethic and professional demeanor; along with the ability to teach in an online and classroom learning environment.

Core Competencies

Organizational Leadership Program Development Classroom Instruction

Strategic Planning Student Development Academic Advising

Cross-functional Collaboration Problem Resolution and Decision Making

Education

Doctor of Strategic Leadership, In Progress (Expected Completion Date: 2021)

Regent University, Online

Master of Business Administration, 2015

Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

Master of Science in Organizational Leadership, 2012

Norwich University, Northfield, VT

Bachelor of Arts in History, 2001

The Citadel, Charleston, SC

Teaching Certifications

University of Richmond/LERN Adjunct Faculty Certificate (ongoing)

Adjunct Instructor Course–Cronkite School, Arizona State University

Teaching Experience

Cubic Corporation, Fort Lee, VA

Trainer Instructor 2010–2011

Created training materials to support change initiative

Triple I, Fort Lee, VA

Training Consultant 2011–2012

Functioned as consultant to build training modules and procedures for the Army Logistics Unit and larger Army as well as social medial engagement plan

Capitalized on skills in training army leaders and military commanders on how to apply new communications tools into their work environments and Army Logistics Unit on using social media to improve their management and business strategies, decrease costs, and how to integrate social media tools within army units

United States Army, Various Locations (2001–2010)

Adjutant, 73rd Ordnance Battalion 2008–2010

Handled military organization comparable to a community college training for approximately 700 yearly students

Determined personnel shortfalls while delivering career counseling, training, and administration to support the organization

Spearheaded the coordination of personnel slots to a unit that was being reorganized and downsized

Served as human resources trainer, responsible for managing personnel, administrative support, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance and safety management and training

Provided keen supervision to a team of eight staff

Employed keen attention to detail in reviewing and updating training modules

Utilized expertise in training 80 to 150 participants weekly while modifying and improving curriculum and practical exercises to training new officers on logistics and supply chain management

Facilitated graduate-level training regarding logistic management, leadership theory, and business process management

Restructured human resources system for the onboarding of new personnel and integration of more than 1,000 people

Established unit safety policy, system, and training that decreased accidents by 80%

Optimized training budget for new exercises and increased the effectiveness and realism of practical training

GP Strategies, Richmond, VA

Training Project Manager 2013–2013

Worked as part of the team in managing the opening of new Richmond office to provide services to client firms in the banking and engineering arenas

Produced and handled on-time and within-budget training plan which rolled out the newly developed and on-board training strategies of Suntrust Bank while handling labor and training budgets

Performed a wide array of tasks, such as training and integrating new team members, creating classes and overseeing the creation of digital training

Guaranteed proper development of content through coordination with stakeholders and performed beta testing surveys

project management, instructional designers, and multiple client departments

The Moore Group, Richmond, VA

Instructional Systems Developer 2011–2012

Obtained business process of the following clients for the Supply Chain and Logistics departments including Department of Justice; Delloite; Department of Defense; and Dominion Resources

Effectively managed a team in capturing and supervising client in the standardization of business processes through the latest SAP upgrade as well as documenting processes that gained shareholder buy-in to training rollout

Created training materials to support change initiative

Demonstrated effectiveness in expediting training processes that was completed six months ahead of schedule, saved client by approximately $300K, and impacted the speed of distributed supplies in the company

Professional Experience

DSC Logistics, Richmond, VA

Logistics Manager, Shipping Department 2017–2017

Held responsibility in storing all product shipped out of Altria’s production plant in Northern America

Managed production quotas for orders while monitoring inventory, maintenance of material handling to FDA and government standards, and employee training on all subjects

Applied skills in training new team members regarding proper techniques of warehouse inventory, machinery operation, safety, and report writing

Suntrust Bank, Richmond, VA

Logistics Manager 2016–2017

Assumed full accountability for bank courier transportation services contracts

Led the coordination of special requests, changes to delivery services, transportation for the new opening of branches, and branches ceasing service to include validation of invoices against services performed and holding contractor accountability meetings

GardaWorld Cash Logistics, Richmond, VA

Driver Messenger Crew Leader

Took charge of currency exchange runs which involved daily transfer of several thousand dollars’ worth of valuables

Administered the regular pickups from Richmond Federal Reserve Bank including the transfer of $1M to $2M

Supervised two to three armored car crew personnel as well as the training of new crew members to ensure completion of state-mandated security

Directed on-the-job training of newly hired drivers and drivers promoted to messenger role

Steered efforts in training new members regarding vehicle operation, safety, accident procedures, weapons handling, and use of force law

Earlier Positions Held

Trainer, Iraqi Security Forces Logistics

Regimental Maintenance Officer, 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment Captain

Platoon Leader, Maintenance Troop of 11th Armored Cavalry Unit

Support Platoon Leader, Korea

Professional Development

Training/Courses

Small Unit Tactical Leadership Training– Army Infantry Officer Basic Course

Professional Military Logistician– Army Logistics University Combined Logistics Captains Career Course

Various Logistics Functions: Food Service, Food Transpiration/Storage, Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Transportation, and Storage Management

Armored Car and Secure Logistics Training for Virginia

Adult Learning Orientation for New Instructors to the Army Logistics University

Other Certifications

Management of Vehicle Fleet Maintenance

Ammunition Storage/Transportation Management

Affiliation

International Leadership Association

Association of Professional Futurists

Telos-Paul Piccone Institute (Student Membership)

Awards and Honors

Bronze Star Medal

Army Commendation Medal

Distinguished Cadre Leadership Award

Activities

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Disabled American Veterans

Technical Skills

Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access) Captivate

Skype Discord Blackboard Angel SAP LMS Audacity Ecamm Movie Creator



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