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Microsoft Office Suite, Administrative support, database entry.

Hampton, Virginia, United States
October 02, 2016

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Hampton, VA 23661



A highly skilled, take charge professional with 24 years of personnel management and organizational leadership experience. Strong problem solving and decision making skills with the ability to develop and implement effective action plans. Attention to detail in doing the job right the first time with all projects and tasks assigned. Excellent communication and presentation skills. A team leader that provides

motivation and training by example.




Time Management

Microsoft Office Modules


Critical Thinking




Conflict Resolution

Problem Solving

Fast Learner


Current Secret clearance (Reinvestigation completed 05 January 2013)


October 2014-present Armory Division Supervisor

Supervises a 7.5 million dollar weapons armory that consists of 483 weapons of Small Arms and Crew Served styles. Conducts the daily inventory and material maintenance repairs as well as the leadership and delegation of taskings to 18 junior personnel.

Conducts unannounced maintenance checks and inspections of various departmental equipment and maintenance procedures as well as the development and implementation of new practices and policies. This has enabled the division to maintain a 100% material readiness for 18 months.

Increased the retention of the command by 23% by conducting career retention meetings and overseeing the reenlistment of nine service members who have continued their Naval Careers.

Hand selected by the Training Department’s leadership to improve the process for the Indoctrination Division. Over a course of six months, the process of checking in and instruction had been streamlined from a four week course to two weeks thereby eliminating wasted time and man-hours.

October 2011-September 2014 Explosives Safety Inspector

Properly executed 72 Explosive Safety Inspections to ensure a strict adherence to all policies and storage procedures. During inspections, training would be conducted to the deficiencies that were noted so that they wouldn’t be repeated again in future inspections. Proficient with the Ordnance Information System database which ensures commands have a 100% accountability of ordnance issued and received assets.

Reviewed and created Naval Publications and Instructions that governed the use and storage, and transportation of various type of ammunition throughout the United States Navy and Marine Corps bases worldwide.

Created and implemented nine written procedures for writing and submitting specified report requisitions to bases worldwide throughout the Navy and Marine Corps services. These actions resulted in a 27% increase in productivity and a 53% reduction in delayed submission of critical information to superiors worldwide.

Oversaw the career development and retention of both junior Navy and Marine Corps personnel by ensuring they had the proper training, schools, and materials needed to advance to the next paygrade or transition to other duties.

Due to my excellent, computer comprehensive, written and oral communication skills, I was assigned to the duties of Administrative Officer in the absence of a Limited Duty or Line Officer. Responsible for the daily administrative reports of personnel, transactions with Personnel Support Detachment Washington DC to include but not limited to the transfers and gains of Sailors and Marines, as well as the coordination for events of the command’s Senior Officers with the Executive Secretary for the civilian personnel that were assigned.

March 2008-September 2011Shipboard Weapons Supervisor

Accountable for the daily upkeep and operations of nine weapons magazines. This includes the receipt, issue, building and disassembly of both forward firing and free fall munitions. Occasionally tasked with the inventory of high cost weapons along with the transfer to other units for use through the use of the Airborne Weapons Information System.

Coordinated two full ship off loads to other vessels or shore base facilities and two on loads totaling approximately 65 million dollars in assets.

Assisted with the daily production of maintenance and upkeep of weapons support equipment and spaces. During the 2011 overhaul of the ship, I implemented a rehabilitation plan for the crew to take charge of the refurbishment of our own magazine spaces to reduce cost and man-hours that would have been used by the Ship Repair Facilities. This initiative saved approximately $800,000 in supplies and over 1000 man-hours.

Responsible for the written evaluation and debriefing of crew performances through annual and semi-annual evaluation and counseling cycles.


As a certified Emergency Medical Technician-Basic for 11 years, I provide emergency medical care, operate all sizes of emergency vehicles, and provide the administration of counter-acting medications for specific emergencies.

Currently serving as the Rescue Squad’s Assistant Squad Commander where I oversee the movement of five rescue ambulances to include maintenance, restocking and upkeep, the

expenditures associated with ordering new supplies and equipment, the scheduling of personnel to ensure 24/7 coverage among three rescue stations, and the training of approximately 94 rescue squad personnel whose certifications range from Basic Life Support to Paramedic.

Currently manage and maintain a budget of approximately 1.1 million dollars in supplies and equipment.

Proficient in logistics and scheduling of multiple personnel and assets to cover 25,000 square miles of city territory during any crisis and emergency.


Bachelor of General Studies in Leadership Management, Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS.

Certificate in Leadership Studies, Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS

Associate of Applied Science Degree, Raritan Valley Community College, Raritan NJ.

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