STEVEN M. PALMER
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
- Attention to Detail - Problem Solving - Time Management
- Critical Thinking - Teamwork - Customer Service
- Microsoft Office Suite - Computer Literate -Bilingual Spanish
- Data Processing - 10 Key - Backhoe/Forklift
- Army Systems: DTS, SIBX, IPERMS, EMILPO, DEERS, RCAS
- Secret Clearance
SCHOOL DEGREE AWARDED
Weber State University Freshman – General Studies
Layton High School High School Diploma
DUTY/MOS/AOC RANK Unit
42A Human Resource Asst. SPC 65th Field Artillery Brigade
42A Human Resource Asst. PFC HHC 142nd Military Intelligence BN
42A Human Resource Asst. SGT 4th Infantry Division MCPOD
October 2018 August 2019
SGM Shelita Jones 910-***-****
Worked operations front desk to ensure civilian contractors and Soldiers were able to get into country, Scheduled rides to and flights from bases also took care of VIPs’ and Distinguished visitors with housing needs and any other requests they had. I was in charge of the fleet of vans and SUVs that we were using. I would schedule repairs and track miles to ensure the vehicles were up to date and safe to travel. Was on the road making sure VIPs and Distinguished visitors were getting to their destinations safely. Covered over 10,000 miles and hundreds of missions
Utah National Guard Range Control
April 2018 October 2018
Worked closely with the Command to schedule safety classes and to schedule the gun ranges. Worked the front desk and provide customer service for anyone that needed help with information about the Gun ranges or layout of Camp Williams. Also worked maintenance and worked down range fixing and repairing targets and keeping up on the range.
The St. Regis Hotel
November 2017 Present
Ted Dutkanych 435-***-****
I was the night Supervisor of operations of the security department. Worked closely with all of the guests and management to make sure all the needs and safety was met. Ran reports everyday at shift change. Maintained a high level of professionalism to be in line with the hotel and the cliental that visited the Hotel.
Miller Sport Entertainment
September 2017 October 2018
Was part of a large security team that took care of Utah Jazz games and other events that happened at the arena. Operated metal detectors to insure the safety of the guests and players/performers. Communicated to dispatchers and supervisors through radio if there were any incidents.
Universal Protection Security
November 2016-January 2017
Sam Chavez 385-***-****
Performed morning shift change and prepared the property for the morning. Guarded the property and the assets while performing patrol walks and surveying through CCTV. Performed dispatching for the company and customer service for the incoming calls of customers and alarm companies. Assisted the other officers to help locate and call them through cell phones and radio to guide them to different areas of the property to turn off alarms and check the buildings.
Utah Army National Guard
65th Field Artillery Brigade - Human Resource Assistant (40hrs/week)
July 1, 2016 – Present
SSG Stefanie Puro 801-***-****
Conducted general clerical duties to senior executives to include: typing letters, memoranda, and forms, answered the telephone, received and directed visitors, composed correspondence, filing, reviewing outgoing correspondence for grammar, format, etc, and taking and transcribing shorthand for various meetings and briefings. Displayed practical knowledge of the mission, functions, goals, objectives, and work processes associated with the office. Received, tracked, organized, and compiled data from various organizations. Reviewed, interpreted, and analyzed data. Verified, entered, and adjusted data in a variety of forms, schedules, and reports. Retrieved data from information systems, both manual and electronic, for use in answering questions, responding to correspondence, or preparing reports or briefings.
Served as an advisor and technical specialist for Soldier relations, benefits, and performance management. Demonstrated knowledge of, and skill in applying a wide range of human resources concepts, practices, laws, regulations, policies and precedents while providing technical services on substantive organizational functions and work processes such as promotions, record reviews, and evaluation reports. Made person-to-person contacts to explain regulatory, procedural, and policy requirements regarding personnel management principles. Utilized knowledge of requirements and processes for proposed action to ensure that documentation was correct and sufficient. Gained the ability to review organizational records, duty codes, medical, and educational regulations and policies in order to analyze the information and determine the propriety of the action submitted and that all levels of legal and administrative review were complete. Processed required actions of a complicated nature, providing assistance to personnel. Prepared reports using data from various source documents and in accordance with prescribed guidelines. Served as a reviewer of actions, which may include but are not limited to: promotions, transfers, boards, promotion eligibility and retirement eligibility.
Utah Army National Guard
January 6, 2016 – June 30 2016
Recruiting and Retention Battalion – Operational Support – (40hrs/week)
MAJ. Michael Rhinehart 435-***-****
Used guidance and/or interpretation of standard procedures and regulations relating to the organization’s personnel procedures and processes to successfully aid in personnel management. Drafted and prepared related correspondence for appropriate signature and entered data in automated systems. Researched, consolidated, and summarized data from source documents, automated systems, records, and reports for use in personnel relations and management which include, but are not limited to: promotions, variety of boards, awards, benefit eligibility and emergency information. Utilized knowledge of automated data processing concepts and systems capabilities to accomplish assigned personnel functions. Developed knowledge and skill in the application of personnel management, related laws, regulations, policies,, precedents, methods and techniques of personnel management and relations. Used analytical and interpretive methods and techniques in order to provide technical expertise and guidance as well as management advisory services to resolve factual and procedural issues within the organization. Researched and obtained all necessary relevant information regarding cases and issues and provided explanations and interpretations of rules, regulations, procedures, and requirements pertaining to personnel actions taken or recommended.
Guard – (50hrs/week)
April 2007 – October 2015
Responsible for patrolling and inspecting property against illegal activities including theft and vandalism of property. Transportation of valuable goods and currency to various companies and government agencies. Safeguard property against fire, enforce property laws, and work to deter all types of criminal activity. Provide excellent customer service and ensuring smooth customer transactions. Maintain control over shipments while ensuring security and safety over the premises and crew. Maintain qualification for side arm.
Gary Yenchik 801-***-****
Framer – (40hrs/week)
May 2005 – April 2007
Cut and shape wood, plastic, drywall or fiberglass using tools such as saws, sanders, drills and chisels. Construct buildings by joining the materials with fasteners such as nails, screws, adhesives or staples. Check work by using levels, rules, framing squares and surveying equipment to make sure the building is level and done accurately. Trained in a wide variety of materials and carpentry skills.
Christopher St. Michael 801-***-****
January 2005 – May 2005
Responsible for supplying specific goods to local vending machines. Checks inventory to ensure products are in stock and replenish inventory as needed. Clean up machines, bags, and other equipment at the end of a shift. Ensure food meets health and safety standards and is kept at optimal temperatures and conditions.