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Engineer Maintenance

Location:
Florida, United States
Salary:
65000
Posted:
October 12, 2016

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Ronald Loebel

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Valrico, FL ****6

Pers Cell: 337-***-****

acw05b@r.postjobfree.com

CLEARANCE LEVEL: Top Secret

EDUCATION:

Master Degree in Business Administration, Park University, Parkville, MO, 2013

Bachelor Degree in Business Management/Engineering Administration, Park University, Parkville, MO, 2009

Associates Degree, Construction Management, Park University, Parkville, MO, 2000

Associates Degree, Computer Aided Drafting and Design Engineering Technology, Tampa Technical Institute, Tampa, FL, 1985

TECHNICAL SKILLS/TRAINING:

Comptia Security + CE Certified, Fort Polk, LA 04/2016

Battle Command Common Services (BCCS) System Administrator Training, Fort Polk, 03/2016

Tactical Ground Reporting Systems Administrator Training, Fort Benning, 12/2014

Comptia Security + CE Certified, Fort Polk, LA 10/2014

Tactical Mission Command Map Administration Training, Fort Polk, LA 11/2013

VMware vSphere: What’s new [V4.0], Fort Polk, LA 09/2011

DELL Online Self Dispatch Certified, Fort Polk, LA 06/2011

Basic Information Systems Acquisition, Fort Polk, LA 06/2011

Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management, Fort Polk, LA 05/2011

Comptia Security + Certified, Fort Polk, LA, 12/2010

Comptia Security + Training, Fort Hood, TX, 12/2010

CIO G-6 NETCOM A+ Practical Application Training 2009, Fort Polk, LA 11/2010

CIO G-6/Comptia Network + Training, Fort Polk, LA, 10/2010

CIO G-6 NETCOM A+ Essentials 2009, Fort Polk, LA 10/2010

CIO G-6/Comptia Security + Training, Fort Polk, LA, 09/2010

CIO G-6/NETCOM IA Technical Level 1, Fort Polk, LA 09/2010

MOSS 2007 Administration and Troubleshooting, Fort Hood, TX 12/2009

Introduction to MOSS Content Management, Fort Hood, TX 12/2009

Tactical Battle Command System Administrator Course, Fort Hood, TX 10/2009

VMware Virtual Infrastructure Installation and Configuration Course, Fort Polk, LA 04/2009

Tactical Battle Command University, Fort Hood, TX 06/2008

First Sergeant Course Fort Indiantown Gap, PA

Environmental Compliance Officer, Fort Rucker, AL 02/2006

Commanders Safety Course, Fort Rucker, AL 04/2006

Military Decision Making Process, Fort Rucker, AL 06/2006

Military Briefings, Fort Rucker, AL 07/2006

Field Ordering Officer Training, Baghdad, Iraq, 04/2006

Paying Agent, Baghdad, Iraq, 03/2006

DOD Government Purchase Card, Online 08/2005

FBCB2, Fort Hood, TX 05/2005

MCS, Fort Hood, TX 05/2005

CPOF, Fort Hood, TX 06/2005

Risk Management Course, Fort Rucker, AL, 02/2004

Mobile Training Team Emergency Preparedness Course, Fort Gillem, GA, 01/2003

Defense Hazardous Materials Hazardous Waste Handling Course, Fort Meade, MD, 10/2002

Intro to Webpage Design, Fort Gordon, GA, 04/2001

Combat Lifesaver Certification Course, Fort Indiantown Gap, PA, 02/2001

Observer Controller Trainer Course, Fort Irwin, CA, 04/2000

Battle Staff Course, Sergeants Majors Academy, Fort Bliss, TX, 06/1999

Engineer Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 10/1997

Basic AIMS Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 08/1994

Field Sanitation Course, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 05/1993

Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES), Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 05/1992

Drill Sergeant School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 05/1992

Army Pre Commission Course, Training Support Center, Fort Eustis, VA, 08/1989

Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course, Fort Ord, Calif, 06/1988

Primary Leadership Development Course, Fort Lewis, WA, 07/1986

Generator Mechanics Course, Fort Lewis, WA, 03/1986

JINTACCS Course, Fort Lewis, WA, 06/1986

Administration Typing Course, Fort Lewis, WA, 02/1986

Combat Engineer Training MOS 12B10, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 08/1985

CHRONOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE:

LEIDOS 04/2014 – 04/2016

Engineering Solutions and Products Inc. 11/2013 – 04/2014

CACI 08/2013 – 11/2013

Engineering Solutions and Products Inc. 03/2008 – 08/2013

Senior Field Service Representative / Liaison

Developed and presented sustained technical training programs and manuals as well as all maintenance and installation procedures. Served as project lead and liaison for all related personnel and departments. Lead project planning, set the strategic direction for all technical aspects of the project while successfully guiding the lifecycle of the program. Led all coordination and planning efforts between JRTC and PEO for unit rotation, fielding, training, and support. Performed software administration and maintenance; supported the installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of “third party” software that MCS BC09-X, CPOF BC10-X and BCCS required for proper operation. Acted as point of contact for software fault detection, isolation and resolution. US Army TRADOC certified instructor with extensive knowledge of training development and presentation regulations. Instructed CPOF, MCS, BCCS, BCS3, MS Exchange, and MS Share Point. Coordinated with sales, marketing, and engineering; identified program needs, obtained technical data and scheduled program activities. Worked with the J/G/S3 for training requirements, support dates, briefings, and established MCS/CPOF/BCCS or other designated PdM TMC systems in the unit TTP, SOP. Liaison to the J/G/S6; ensured the garrison and tactical architectures maximize the MCS/CPOF/BCCS or other designated PdM TBC system functions and capabilities of providing the commanders and battle managers with the common relevant operating picture, order distribution, and task organization changes.

Spice of Germany, Leesville, LA 71446 12/2011 – 04/2016

Owner

Managed store inventory, in-stock positions, pricing integrity, merchandising, labor, and other operational processes of the Deli / Grocery Department to company standards. Followed the company sales and production planning standards and ensured that the Deli / Grocery Department achieved the standards of performance as outlined in the work plan. Planned and ordered according to work plan and standards to maximize sales and gross profit. Ensured all new department associates received proper training and supervision and ensured correct ordering, receiving, unloading, storage, and rotation of merchandise and building of displays. Continually tracked using multiple spreadsheets incorporated with additional databases to ensure proper bookkeeping and inventory within the store to reduce the amount of waste while gaining in profit. Responsible for the technical aspect of the store web page and all computer related improvements to ensure that all systems were maintained both using updated hardware and software. Successfully integrated systems together both hardwired and wirelessly to make for better processes of tracking both incoming and outgoing products through continual backups and check and balances. Set up and maintained user accounts for company employees to access the administration pages of the website and databases used on a daily basis to run the company. Performed weekly maintenance on all computer systems within the organization to ensure that all systems were running correctly. Responsible for all database bookkeeping within the company from electronic journals, to employee timesheets, and continued inventory counts. Ensured that all equipment had the latest malware patches and detection system updates to ensure that the systems were not hacked into and that they did not acquire any viruses or malware.

US Army, HHC, 4th BDE, 4ID (M), Baghdad, Iraq, APO, AE 09348 06/2005 – 03/2008

Brigade Engineer Operations Sergeant

Responsible for assured mobility and survivability within the Brigade area of operations thru terrain analysis, facilities management, general engineering assessments, technical information of obstacles and routes. Responsible for the health, welfare, training and discipline of 74 Soldiers. Responsible for the accountability, maintenance of vehicles and equipment valued at over $5.6 million dollars. Served as an instrumental part in the development and emplacement of the internal Security Belt, at an estimated cost of 2.3 million dollars, within the Greater Baghdad area. Daily duties included inspection of concrete barrier emplacement as well as tracking civilian contractors. Supervised and coordinated civilian contracts between the U.S. Government and Iraqi contractors. These contracts dealt with the construction equipment consisting of 3ea, 30 Ton Cranes and Operators and 2ea 40’ Flatbed trucks with operators and the continued acquisition of required concrete towers, barrier, and bunker material. These assets provided critical to continued success of the Brigades mission in assisting the continued rebuilding of the infrastructure within Baghdad and the surrounding areas. The concrete towers were at an estimated cost of $150,000.00 dollars. Ensured that the towers and concrete were delivered and erected for use by the contractors as stated in the contract. As the Brigade Engineer, coordinated the unit to link up with the contractor for emplacement of 15 towers emplaced at various locations within the Area of Operations. Responsible for inspecting the sites to ensuring that they were constructed to standard. While deployed to Baghdad, Iraq as 4BCT Engineer maintained over-sight of all Force protection issues within the Brigade Area of Operations. Continually ensured that the Battalions received the much needed barrier material to maintain the constant edge of force protection at all levels from Base Camps to Forward Operating Bases. While ensuring the continued upgrade in the force protection measures within the Brigade Area of Operations, was responsible for the layout and construction of all checkpoints within the Southern sector of the Greater Baghdad area along main avenues of approach into an out of the city. Responsible for the continued traffic ability of all bridges, rivers and roads in the Brigades sector thus ensuring the freedom of maneuver. Oversaw the two staging and holding yards and all concrete as it was brought in and taken out on to be used by the Battalions in their efforts to upgrade the force protection. Created a tracking system that allowed the Brigade staff to know where all concrete was located by type within the battle space. Tracked and verified over 210 polling locations and the barrier systems that were in place to protect the civilians during polling for the new government. Ensured that all locations were up to an acceptable standard of force protection. Through the continued transformation of the Security checkpoints it was necessary to re-evaluate while creating new bills of materials required at each site to ensure that all required material was onsite and in place to maintain security. Maintained freedom of maneuver throughout the area of operation through a critical and precise understanding of the existing infrastructure. Critical to the success is the understanding of the ability and demand of the populace in the rebuilding efforts. Tracked the reliability and structural capacity of the roadways and bridges on a monthly basis. Maintained maneuverability for both the civilian and military contingencies alike. Kept an inventory of the availability of materials and equipment. On a monthly basis, updated current models, drawings, routes and waterways while considering the environmental impacts. Coordinated with higher headquarters to upgrade certain routes and facilities.

As the Brigade environmental compliance officer, oversaw the successful transfer of all real property and building to the Iraqi Security forces located within the International Green Zone. Required to do a complete inspection of the facilities along with adjoining facilities and grounds within the Forward Operating bases making sure it was clear of munitions and hazardous materials. Responsible for all grounds to be environmentally compliant and coordinated cleanup efforts for non compliant grounds through military and civilian contractors. After work was completed and re-inspected, appropriate reports would be submitted for further actions in the efforts to transfer the property to the Iraqi security forces.

Fulfilled the role of unit liaison for the Headquarters element, and orchestrated the flow of timely information to and from representatives of subordinate entities. Staunchly maintained constant awareness of all Engineer related missions and requirements throughout the sphere of influence. Continually, requested further support from outside agencies and units in an effort to ensure overall success of the Brigade in its mission of continued security of Baghdad in an effort to train the Iraqi security forces.

Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the Brigade Tactical Operations Center and all Army Battle Command Systems within. This requirement was in continual maintenance of both Software and Hardware. Ensured that all system operators were trained on their required systems through tracking on a software database according to the training schedule. Ensured that all systems were properly shut down and started after every mission. In conjunction, prior to any shut down of equipment a backup of all data was performed. Continually coordinated with the communication section to ensure that all user accounts were built in the access database to ensure proper user access for required systems. Ensured that all Army Battle Command Systems within the Brigade Tactical Operations Center maintained constant connectivity to ensure continued functionality. Continued to cross train on system hardware and software outside of the Brigade Tactical Operations Center. Prior to any mission ensured the proper configuration for communication and ABCS systems were verified prior to any movement. Ensured at all times that there were multiple options and capabilities for communication backup in the case of a loss of any one communication platform.

Installed a maintenance program on the Brigade Tactical Operations Center Army Battle Command Systems that allowed for continual vision of all systems resulting in not losing sight of all operations for our leadership in our sector. As systems were routinely brought down for maintenance or upgrades continued to schedule timeline for all systems to be configured and maintained even when maintenance was being performed on different systems both software and hardware related maintenance. During these periods all systems were backed up prior to any software changes and if needed reimaged to the last known working configuration.

Upon returning from Iraq as the Brigade Engineer, supervised the billeting space acquisition with DPW for the single soldiers within the Brigade and its 7 Battalions. As the unit transitioned back it was a critical part of reception and integration of the soldiers and along with their families back to Fort Hood. Continued to reallocate and readjust office building space to better ensure overall usage was in compliance with required regulations and policies. Executed a crucial role in the continued facilities turnover to the Brigade rear detachment commander while establishing the standards in which all property and facilities were to be transferred to the Rear Detachment commander upon the unit deployment. These facilities included and were not limited to 3 motor pools, a Brigade headquarters and support buildings and furniture, 4 Barracks building with arms rooms, and 6 battalion headquarters with all related keys and property being transferred without incident or loss.

A Co, 299th EN BN, 1BCT, 4ID (M), Fort Hood, TX 76544 10/2004- 05/2005

First Sergeant

Responsible for a 76 Soldier Combined Arms Battalion mechanized combat engineer company that was organic to the 1st Brigade, 4th Infantry Division (M). Responsible for developing and enforcing policies and standards relating to training, discipline, morale, and welfare of enlisted personnel. Supervised the daily operations of the company and served as the commander’s senior enlisted advisor. Responsible for the maintenance of 28 combat vehicles, related systems, and MTOE equipment valued at over $30 million dollars. Tracked the training and the progression of the soldiers and leaders of the unit in their continued effort of transformation from that of a conventional engineer company into the more versatile unit of action under the new organization structure. Mentored and coached the soldiers within the unit in their effort to train and become familiar with the new equipment that was being fielded. As the unit strength was reduced it was critical to ensure that the soldiers where slotted to obtain that most qualified in key positions within the unit. These actions proved critical in a successful transformation while continuing to build esprit de corps within the unit. Continually considered the impacts and situations that occurred within the unit and the soldiers during its continued preparation for the upcoming deployment this was done through education of not only the soldier but the family members as well.

During this period controlled different databases to track hardware and software upgrades in relationship to the Army Battle Command Systems. This staunch tracking resulted in a 100% accountability and operational readiness of the ABCS systems within the Company vehicles and Tactical Operations Center. Ensured that all systems were configured and working to ensure continued communication within the different vehicles and between the Battalion and the Company. Continually tracked system upgrades as the Company transitioned from M113A2 Armored Personnel Carriers to that of the Bradley Fighting vehicles. Scheduled proper ABCS functionality training for the soldiers of the company that resulted in never having systems down for improper operator functionality or improper startup or shutdown practices and not losing any data that was pertinent to the success of the organization.

Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the Company Tactical Operations Center and all Army Battle Command Systems within. This required regular maintenance of both Software and Hardware. Ensured that all system operators were trained on their required systems and tracked using an automated database and schedule. Ensured that all systems were properly shut down and started after every mission. In conjunction, prior to any shut down of equipment a backup of all data was performed. Coordinated with the communication section to ensure that all user accounts were built in the access database to ensure proper user access for required systems. Ensured that all Army Battle Command Systems within the Company Tactical Operations Center maintained constant connectivity. Cross trained on system hardware and software outside of the Company Tactical Operations Center. Prior to any mission ensured the proper configuration for communication and ABCS systems were verified prior to any movement. Ensured at all times that there were multiple options and capabilities for communication backup in the case of a loss of any one communication platform.

Installed a maintenance program on the Company Tactical Operations Center Army Battle Command Systems that allowed for continual vision of all systems resulting in not losing sight of any operations for our leadership in our sector. As systems were routinely brought down for maintenance or upgrades continued to schedule timeline for all systems to be configured and maintained even when maintenance was being performed on different systems for both software and hardware related maintenance. During these periods all systems were backed up prior to any software changes and if needed reimaged to the last known working configuration.

US Army, A CO. 3rd Battalion (TS), 315 Regiment, New Cumberland, PA 17070 10/1999 - 09/2004

Platoon Observer Controller/Trainer (OC/T) in an Engineer OC/T Company

Responsible for teaching, coaching, and mentoring over 100 leaders from three high priority Reserve Component combat engineer companies in a five state area. Responsible for planning, conducting and assessing lanes training exercises, conducting quality after actions reviews and providing input to unit’s field training and evaluations. Responsible for the accountability and maintenance of over $100,000 worth of equipment. Established and maintained a communication links between the engineer unit and the Greater Harrisburg Habitat for Humanity in the efforts to provide quality housing for the less fortunate within the community. Conducted inspections with members of the Greater Harrisburg Habitat to ensure that the construction was of standard prior to the city inspectors arriving onsite. Performed duties within the residential construction industry on numerous occasions while constructively building a more versatile understanding of the construction industry. Supervised construction projects in the absence of the habitat representative including site layout and ordering of materials required for job completion upon approval from the habitat officials and supervisors. Assigned duties as a liaison to FEMA located in the state of Delaware to act as a liaison between the U.S. Military and the Civilian contractors in the area of Human Relations. Conducted coordination with outside agencies to ensure the necessary facilities and equipment was in place in case of an emergency. Responsible for all life support required for the FEMA personnel brought in to support the recovery efforts and to support and define the liaison requirements between state, local and federal government and their agencies during periods of FEMA activation within the Eastern region of the United States.

Trained Reserve and National Guard Personnel on the importance of maintenance on Army Battle Command Systems and how to configure these systems to ensure proper reporting and tracking. Implemented a maintenance plan for the organization to ensure that all systems were maintained both in Hardware and Software.

FORSCOM, HHC, 299TH ENGR BN, FT HOOD, TEXAS 76544 09/1996 -09/1999

Battalion S2 NCOIC

Processed and tracked all battalion personnel clearances. Tracked blotter incident reports and correlated weekly and monthly statistics relating to blotters and clearances. Received, maintained and disseminated all classified material. Processed and disseminated all battlefield intelligence. Responsible for the maintenance of one M1068 command track and related MTOE and communications equipment valued in excess of 2 million dollars. Responsible for the training, supervision, morale and welfare of two soldiers. Established and maintained a tracking system for all security clearances within the battalion. Effectively maintained over 300 active and inactive clearances ensuring current access was granted and obtained to classified documents by those whom were eligible access. Assisted and mentored the unit commanders and their armors in their efforts of establishing guidelines to better maintain arms rooms to ensure that they remained in compliance with DOD and III Corps and Div policy. During this period all arms room within the Battalion received exceptional ratings on all Div and Corps Inspections.

Studied the initial fielding of the Task Force 21 system of systems. Understood the communication importance for the continued success of future operations. Assisted with the integration of the future force and its digital capabilities. Ensured proper functionality through maintenance of both the required Command Systems software and hardware. Configured new systems that were brought into the organization and brought them onto the network with the correct user access.

HHC, Engineer Brigade, Camp Howze, Korea 09/1995 – 08/1996

Operations Sergeant

Principle assistant to the Commander and First Sergeant in planning, coordinating and supervising all activities that support the Engineer Brigade. Advise the Company Commander on all training matters and was responsible for over $500,000 worth of ammunition for the companies. Responsible for tracking, planning ammunition usage on numerous databases and tracking software used by the military. Had an accountability rating of 100%. Continually tracked and reported on multiple spreadsheets and software to report and produce reports to higher commands on the status of qualifications of the Soldiers within the Brigade. Ensured that all computer systems within the Headquarters section were current on all system software and hardware. Preformed routine maintenance of both the computer software and hardware resulting in zero lost time for the computers at all stages of mission requirement. Maintained a current database for user accounts of all digital systems within the organization resulting is successful cross training of soldiers.

Ensured continued communication connectivity thru network functionality. All systems were tested prior to every mission to ensure continued communication at all levels. Regularly trouble shot connectivity issues in conjunction with the communications section of the organization to ensure proper functionality.

35th Engineer Battalion, 1st Engineer Brigade, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO 09/1994 – 08/1995

Assistant Operations Sergeant

Principle assistant to the S-3 Operations NCO in planning, coordinating and supervising all activities that support the Engineer Battalion. Advised the Battalion Commander on all training matters and is responsible for over $340,000 worth of ammunition for seven companies. Responsible for the database and tracking of all ammunition within two separate training Battalions. Used multiple software programs to schedule and tracking training for all companies within the Battalions.

35th Engineer Brigade, 3rd Training Brigade, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO 03/1992 – 08/1994

Drill Sergeant

Responsible for the training of over 60 soldiers annually and insuring that all graduates are physically fit, motivated, disciplined and trained to standards in basic and technical skills, standards, supervises and provides guidance for initial entry squad leaders.

589th Engineer Battalion, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO 10/1991 – 02/1992

Instructor/Writer

Served as an instructor of Initial Entry training soldiers, Reserve Components and National Guard soldiers on engineer hand tools, combat construction and knots and lashing techniques. Responsible for the site maintenance, classroom preparation and supervision.

B Co, 12th Engineer Battalion, APO, NY 09/1988- 09/1991

Squad Leader/Training NCO

Responsible for the training, health, welfare, morale and professional development of an 8 soldier squad within a Mechanized Combat Engineer Platoon. Accountable for all engineer PLT/SQD tool sets and 2 ea M113A2’s with trailers valued at over $250,000. Trains and leads soldiers on combat engineer missions and common tasks.

B Co, 15th Engineer Battalion, Ft. Lewis, WA 02/1988 – 08/1988

Team Leader/Operations Sergeant

Responsible for the operation and coordination of all unit training in a Combat Engineer Company. Assisted the commander and ISG in daily unit operations and personnel management. Tracked all personnel qualifications. As a Team Leader assisted the squad leader in the development, supervision, motivation and welfare of a 9 man motorized Combat Engineer Squad. Continually responsible for the accountability and maintenance of required combat engineer equipment.

B Co, 15th Engineer Battalion, Ft. Lewis, WA 08/1985 – 01/1988

Combat Engineer

Performed duties required of the basis Combat Engineer dealing with but not limited to demolitions and construction of fighting positions to emplacing obstacles to enhance the battlefield conditions.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/AWARDS:

Engineer Defleury Medal Bronze (2007), Bronze Star (2006), Purple Heart (2008), Meritorious Service Medal (2005, 2007), Army Commendation Medal (1991, 1995 x 2, 1996, 1999), Army Achievement Medal (1986 x 3, 1987, 1988, 1991, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999), Army Superior Unit Award (1997), Army Good Conduct Medal (1988, 1991, 1994, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2006), National Defense Service Medal (1991, 2002), Korean Defense Service Medal ( 2004), Southwest Asia Service Medal w 2 Bronze service stars (1991), Iraqi Campaign Medal (2006), Global war on Terrorism Medal (2002), Humanitarian Service Medal (1992), Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (1986, 1988, 1997), Army Service Ribbon (1985), Overseas Service Ribbon (1991, 1995), Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (2004), Southwest Asia Kuwait Liberation Medal (1991), Kuwait Liberation Medal (1991), Driver Qualification Badge Track and Wheeled (1991), Drill Sergeant Badge (1992), Combat Action Badge (2007), German Armed forces Military marksmanship Performance Badge (Silver) (1990), Army Combat Engineer Sergeant (ACES), 1996 Squad Leader of the Year (1996)



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