Andrew W. DiNunzio
Lebanon, PA *****
Summary: A professional with 36 years of experience in the Army Reserve and National Guard. My service as a Human Resources professional includes supervisory experience, management of HR files, responding to life insurance requests and concerns, emergency contacts, facilitating awards, and personnel selection/promotions processes. I was an instructor/training specialist for the past six years and worked around instructors and trainers for the previous 25 years of my service. In the past year I worked in civilian HR performing background checks on potential new employees, preparing records for review by PA state government oversight personnel, leading new employee orientation training, establishing new employee email accounts and setting up for training for work within a retirement community.
BS Public Policy; PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY-HARRISBURG, 1994
Concentration: World Politics and American Government
Human Resources Specialist Instructor, 8/98th (PSS) Bn, Joint Base Maguire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ
Senior Human Resources NCO with 35 years of service in Army Reserve and National Guard.
Last assignment was to train and instruct Soldiers as Human Resources Specialists (MOS 42A)
Instructed soldiers on how to process award recommendations, evaluations, promotions, records of emergency data and Army Life Insurance forms.
Supervised sections assigned to review personnel records, evaluations, promotions and awards for soldiers in four different units in three states and Washington DC.
Advised officers and enlisted Soldiers on personnel issues.
Converted personnel records from physical to electronic files.
Processed requests for Soldiers to change of duty.
Ensured that soldiers’ records were up to date. Special attention paid to military life insurance policies and emergency contact information.
Volunteered as unit Family Resource Officer to help establish programs for loved ones of unit members.
Retirement from service was effective July 15, 2023
Human Resources Coordinator, The Long Community at Highland, 600 E. Rosevale Rd, Lancaster, PA
oPart-time Human Resources Coordinator for a 60 person staff for a retirement community of over 200 residents in Lancaster, PA
oProcessed bi-weekly pay and assist with onboarding presentations to newly hired staff.
oInitiated new hire files while being a sounding board on HR for the Campus Administrator.
oAssigned training for new staff to ensure compliance with all state and federal regulations
oResolved human resources issues and concerns for all staff on all shifts
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Work Experience cont.
Established email and training accounts for newly hired employees
Coordinated with HR manager at remote location to ensure that all aspects of human resources are taken care of for the staff.
Served as initial point of contact for all potential new hire staff and outside resources needed prior to new employee orientation day
Left job to seek full-time employment.
Human Resource Compliance Coordinator, Penn State University -Health, 100 Crystal A Drive, Hershey, PA
oContracted employee through JFC Work Force, Harrisburg, PA
oResolve concerns regarding I-9 forms between employees and the PSU-Health system
oReviewed employees’ PA Criminal History Check, FBI Fingerprint and PA Child Abuse History checks to ensure all were up to date.
oLogged information into a MS Excel Spreadsheet for supervisors to review and pass along information as needed.
oLeft position when contract ended after 12 weeks.
Legislative Page, Senate of PA, Harrisburg, PA
oDeliver correspondence and legislative material within the Capitol Complex.
oTransport materials to and from vehicles belonging to senate staff and senators.
oCarry bills and amendments to the podium and to the Senate Parliamentarian’s office during session.
oAccepted offer to retire early with full benefits.
Constituent Field Representative, Office of State Senator Mike Folmer, Lebanon, PA
Resolved issues between the state senator, his residents in Lebanon, Dauphin and York Counties and the various state government agencies.
Served as primary coordinator between senator and entities wishing his support for state grants.
Within senatorial district of 255,000 people I addressed citizen issues and concerns
Attended meetings, briefings and public events on behalf of Senator Folmer.
Informed and assist senator in meetings with citizens.
Recorded all casework and issue statements into database used by PA Senate.
Troop Committee Member, Boy Scouts of America Troop 426
Gave oversight and guidance to both scouts and leaders
Instructed merit badges to Scouts in the areas of citizenship, personal fitness, personal money management, family relations and American heritage