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Manager Project

Location:
Norfolk, VA
Salary:
85,000
Posted:
February 28, 2020

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adb1ka@r.postjobfree.com 432-***-**** Chesapeake, VA

Proficient in Microsoft Office Products; possesses a high level of motivation and initiative action; strong interpersonal, verbal, written, presentation, and technical communication skills; detail oriented; prefers a dynamic work environment; well-organized; Active Secret Clearance.

Education

University of Phoenix – 2016 – M.B.A.

Columbia Southern University – 2013 – B.S.B.A.

PMP – 50% complete – Estimated completion: 2020

Objective

Over 9 years of military/defense experience across an Enlistment in the US Navy including 6 years of project management experience in the defense acquisitions industry. I am driven to create effective, long-term solutions that will support our current and future military needs.

Experience

January 2020 - Present

Data Analyst, Frontier Technology, Inc

Collaborate with industry partners to begin data collection of currently utilized internal processes, programs, and assets of naval repair commands and organizations.

Develop Requests for Information (RFI) that best gathers the data we are collecting,

Determine appropriate data retrieval method that lessens the burden on the information provider,

Assess company’s internal SBIR Tools to provide tailored solutions that meet the customers future data collection and interpreting requirements,

Develop detailed Project Plans based on customer options and our recommendations,

Manage and track periodic deliverables,

March 2019 – January 2020,

Production Equipment Specialist, Frontier Technology, Inc.

Planned and managed the procurement, installation, and training of 20 individual industrial plant equipment (IPE) assets for six (6) Naval repair facilities CONUS and OCONUS. Managed multiple projects concurrently, spanning about 5 years each from beginning to end in various stages of procurement and completion.

Examples of equipment and locations:

oBlast Recovery System with deployable unit – Norfolk, VA,

oMedia Blast Booth – Mayport, FL,

oBulk order of Pipe Benders for select repair facilities – Norfolk, VA, Mayport, FL, and San Diego, CA,

oElectric Fork Trucks – Bahrain,

oHybrid Additive/Subtractive Manufacturing Machine and Coordinate Measuring Machine with a special environmentally controlled enclosure – Norfolk, VA and Mayport, FL – Introducing and integrating a new technology that has unlimited applications,

oMetal Shearing Machines – Norfolk, VA and Bahrain,

oDive Support Vehicles – Norfolk, VA and Bahrain.

Created unique project plans that span the entire project period for each piece of equipment.

oProject plans include but are not limited to: project concept, site selection, layouts, specifications, economic analysis, justifications, market surveys, ordering data, contract data, installations, flow diagrams, cost estimates, and environmental and safety compliance, in coordination with all responsible functional areas.

oProject Plans are captured through the tailored:

Project Charter that is used as a growing document through project completion (one year after equipment is installed) to properly capture progress and identify areas of improvement,

Project Timelines that project estimated completion dates and actuals once action items are accomplished,

Meeting Minutes are used to disseminate captured information and further breakdown tasking into actionable items for tracking,

Unique deliverables as determined by the assembled stakeholders.

Identified and assembled stakeholders to determine process flow, communication methods, project milestones, deliverables, and tasking. Each project has a unique set of stakeholders depending on the type of equipment, who is receiving it, and internal and external processes that must be completed to ensure proper absorption of the new asset and functionality.

oCoordinated with higher level commands, management, and production managers to glean acquisition priorities based on current equipment lifecycle and operating status, facilities’ physical ability to house and operate, and future repair projections. Propose equipment solutions, identify high level risk strategies, assess constraints and mitigation strategies, and gain support for determined way forward.

oCommunicate extensively with the end user, their Chain of Command, and all identified departments within the receiving facility to analyze function and capabilities needed for repair execution and flow; safety, security, and physical restrictions and mitigations; propose equipment; and further detail timeline with facility modifications, licensing and permit requirements; establish technical points of contact to cultivate an environment that captures necessary information for the workforce to establish and follow identified processes, execute procurement, properly train personnel, and maintain equipment after warranty has expired.

oOperated as the communication hub for all stakeholders for the duration of the projects.

oConducted analysis and produced metrics on return on investment, program trends, equipment cost, and project status to develop lessons learned and future requirements.

Documented the current IPE program, benchmarked the program with other IPE programs at different organizations, and wrote white paper to provide recommendations for the further development of the program.

April 2018 – March 2019,

Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC) Facilities Project Manager, ITA International, Inc.

Supported MARMC as a Project Manager for the Facilities Contract consisting of 18 employees, a mix of Electricians, Carpenters, Laborers, Communications Techs, HVAC Technicians, Mid-Level Building Managers, and a Site Lead tasked with maintaining nine (9) individual facilities housing government and support personnel across three (3) naval bases in the area.

Tracked each employee’s trade related training and licensing requirements, command required security and safety training.

Implemented an open communication strategy that allowed tasking to flow smoothly without heavy documentation loads to weigh down the employees.

Created an employee improvement process unique to the contract by meeting with employees periodically to determine goals, break goals down into action items, and follow-up as needed to ensure progress and/or work on roadblocks.

Worked diligently and constantly with the Government customer and Facilities Department to manage maintenance requirements by communicating early and openly about issues and working to develop improved long-term processes alongside the short-term solution.

Supported parent company by participating in writing assignments for bidding opportunities, dissected Request for Proposals (RFP), and edited and formatted proposals being submitted to Coast Guard and Navy customers.

June 2016 – April 2018,

Project Manager, THOR Solutions, LLC

Managed all aspects of six (6) government contracts concurrently as the subcontractor to ensure Prime and customer contract compliance by performing quality control on employee performance, project deliverables and timelines, financials and potential growth.

Provided tailored solutions to any issues coming from customer and/or company related to possible gaps, errors, and concerns,

Managed 50 full time employee’s timesheets, PTO, performance evaluations, administrative needs, disciplinary issues, recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and quality of work,

Developed situation specific metrics for financial forecasts, contract budgets, morale improvement, employee development programs, and employee and contract wellness evaluations for the individual employee experience and development, customer improvement initiatives, and internal program and project reviews,

Supported parent company by participating in writing assignments for bidding opportunities, dissected Request for Proposals (RFP), and edited and formatted proposals being submitted to Coast Guard and Navy customers,

Acted as an extension of the parent company COO to manage all project managers in the organization by disseminating information, investigating root cause of identified issues and providing recommendations, and developing collaborative internal teams that take advantage of the expertise and experience of our employees to ensure well-rounded and comprehensive solutions are delivered.

August 2014 – June 2016,

Total Ship Readiness Assessment (TSRA) Coordinator, THOR Solutions, LLC

TSRAs purpose is to assess a wide range of equipment on naval surface ships at specific points in each ship’s Optimized Fleet Readiness Plan (OFRP) that will determine its readiness for the upcoming requirement (Availability, Basic Phase, Deployment, etc.) Each ship receives five or six TSRAs during one cycle of the OFRP. For example, a TSRA is completed when the ship is nearing the end of Integrated Phase. A portion of that assessment is focused on ensuring all housing equipment (laundry, galley, and berthing areas) are operational and will last the duration of the deployment.

An individualized agenda based on the ship’s Current Ship’s Maintenance Project (CSMP) and historical maintenance data is created and disseminated to Assessment Directors, Project Engineers, and Ship’s Force in advance of each Kick-off Meeting for accurate coordination among all stakeholders. The program has been added to the JFMM as a program of record.

Coordinated and collaborated continually with Commander, Regional Maintenance Center (CNRMC), individual Regional Maintenance Centers (RMCs) CONUS and OCONUS, and Immediate Supervisors in Command (ISICs) to identify, schedule, and manage TSRAs throughout the Fleet Readiness Plan (FRP) for each ship,

Created surveys and collection process for specified Ship’s Force (CO, XO, MCM, 3-MC, etc), Assessment Directors, and Project Engineers to collect improvement data, monitor program success, and justify the expansion of the program,

Collaborated with CNRMC, Commander, Naval Surface Force, Pacific (SURFPAC) and other Commander, Surface Force, Atlantic (SURFLANT) personnel to further standardize and improve the TSRA process across the enterprise,

Managed a team of three, Master Assessment Index (MAI) Team, and coordinated directly with all RMCs to rectify scheduling issues to create a smooth, targeted, and mission critical service to the Fleet.

May 2010 – August 2014,

Operations Specialist, U.S. Navy

Helicopter Squadron 72 & 74, Operations Leading Petty Officer

Tracked enlisted and officer flight hours and maintained up-to-date and accurate Logbooks that are critical to safety, planning, and individual accomplishment,

Created, managed, updated, and disseminated the daily flight schedule to compliment mission requirements as well as training, experience, and safety needs of the crew, squadron, ship, and Fleet objectives,

Created an Electronic Support Measures program process to relay and record collected data during flights ensuring that our intelligence is up-to-date and accurate. Collected, analyzed, and distributed vital data that directly affected pilots and aircrew flight planning mission and training,

Received Air Warfare Pin.

Commander, Navy Regional Maintenance Center, Admiral’s Aid

Provided executive level administrative support to the Admiral of CNRMC.

Planned events, scheduled meetings, coordinated visits, and developed media in support of executive operations for the flag officer overseeing all Navy Regional Maintenance Commands.

Provided administrative and document support to command policies and operations.

Analyzed and streamlined command processes resulting in more efficient task accomplishment, effective communication, and produced inherent gains in climate and moral.

Hand-picked for numerous special projects to oversee and manage their quality and completion.

oReorganization of stored historical data

oPlanned celebratory command events

oCreated a Diversity Board within the command to promote and cultivate a team mentality and work ethic.

USS Harry S. Truman, Operations Specialist

Operated radar and associated equipment; identified and maintained a display (plot) of the movement of ships, aircraft, missiles and natural objects and advise appropriate personnel of data collected in quick fashion,

Hand-picked for Bridge Watch and Petty Officer of the Watch during special operations and port visits.

Performed routine preventive maintenance on radar equipment,

Wrote drafts of mission summaries, message corrections, and message cancellations for Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance training and operational missions. Assisted in the training and professional development of 10 enlisted sailors.



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