JULIE L. DOLPHIN
OBJECTIVE: To secure a position utilizing extensive professional training and experiences.
PROFILE: Motivated, competent business professional who is poised, resourceful, and personable. Able to demonstrate effective communication skills and excellent team-building skills. U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) security clearance obtained in former position.
Rockwell International, Ground Communications Department (Admin. Assistant II). Served as the point of contact for engineering department, providing administrative support to staff and department lead. Tasks included maintaining/managing department lead’s calendar and email communications, scheduling meetings, arranging travel, and expense report preparation.
Rockwell International, Over-The-Horizon Products Department (Admin. Assistant II). Provided support to department secretary, assisting with travel arrangements and expense reporting, general typing, answering phones, filing, and other responsibilities. Assisted department Administrator with bid narratives and work orders. Acted as "floating secretary" to other engineering departments on as-needed basis. Provided full-time secretarial support for Division-wide proposals; obtained U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) security clearance to work on proposals submitted for high-security government contracts containing highly sensitive material.
Office Manager, Training & Development Office, The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (Admin. Specialist C). Prepared annual USC Training Guide, monthly training announcements for employee training programs, and general correspondence. Registered employees for training programs, maintained workshop rosters, and provided USC employees with training program information. Maintained department budget, billed USC departments monthly for employee training, and maintained office supplies and training material inventories. Prepared purchase orders and print requests. Responsible for interviewing, hiring, and supervising work-study students.
The Center for Computer Aided Design/The Center for Simulation & Design Optimization of Mechanical Systems, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, (Clerk-Typist III). Formatted text and graphics for the Center's bi-monthly research-oriented newsletter. Transcribed material for mechanical engineering textbooks written by the Center’s Director. Assisted in preparation/organization of Symposium hosted by the Center, prepared presentation material, maintained 35-mm slides, and set-up/maintained correspondence and paper files pertaining to the Symposium. Maintained files and journal correspondence pertaining to an international journal edited by the Center Director. Transcribed variety of material, typed correspondence, answered phones/routed calls, maintained office files, and performed a variety of routine office procedures.
EDUCATION: May 1992, Bachelor of Arts, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Major: Sociology.
REFERENCES: Provided upon request.