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Program Manager Engineer

Hialeah, FL
May 13, 2020

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Marilyn H. Guerrero

***** * **** *** *******, Florida, 33018

Ph.: 239-***-****


● Preparation/logistic of Program Collect/Analysis/Maintain statistical data

● Financial/Budget Reports Policy and program development Supervisor program

● Administrative Program Federal Grants Annual events

● Oversee/Plans Program operation Project Cost effectiveness Communication

● Lead training program Logistics for events Financial Reports Federal Grants

● Microsoft word Excel Power point

● Mail merge for Microsoft Manage procurement vendors Newsletter

● Validate Vendor vouchers Manage invoices Management

● USO volunteers Management community meetings Outreach

● Environmental sustainability awareness Customer/Oriented service Copier machine

● Fax machine Data summary Team Success Assigned Task Organized USO Volunteer

December 2018-Present

8 hours every Saturday/Holiday

As a volunteer the mission is to conduct the eight core values which encompass the following: Mission first, doing the right thing, Respect, Excellence, Collaboration, Accountability, Gratitude, and Innovation. With these skills I was able to get work and customer enhancement, highest ethical standards, and work towards the best interest of the organization. All interactions with service members and their families, and other USO constituents must portray the USO at the highest level of professionalism and integrity. Contribute to team success to actively participate as a member to move toward the completion of goals. Customer oriented to maintain long-term customer relationships.

Professional Summary Achieving and reliable Program Coordinator II of 22 years. Direct team on performance full range of complex professional administration. Oversaw $500,000 budget with increased efficiency of 40%. Leads over less experienced professional staff to improve productivity and customer satisfaction with exceptional service. Maintain well-organized and presentable work areas at all times. Successfully achieve 50% in logistic annual symposium & newsletter, outreach and International Coastal cleanup. Successfully complete grant tasks by 50% to meet deadlines, budget requests for federal funding. PC Skills demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft applications including word, excel and PowerPoint. Ability in analytical and evaluation and procedures skill in evaluating program operations to develop a comprehensive plan and analyze work process to improve customer requirements. Logistic functions of supplies complete before the deadline of fiscal year at 90 percent. 95 percent the understanding to operate word processing, database, and spreadsheets applications. Knowledge in planning, organizing, directing, operating and evaluating all related programs. Independent decision and select course of actions under high stress conditions and communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Supports project tracking, reporting and coordination. Facilitate meetings to gather business and date requirements and translate them into report and analysis specification Experience: Program Coordinator II

Bureau of Statistics and Plans, Guam Coastal Management Program - Edwin Reyes- Guam From Aug 1998- January 2020-Worked weekly 40 Hours -Full Time (Monday-Friday) Annual Salary with benefits- $60,000.00

30% consulted with customers to understand their desires and suggest the best products to meet their needs. 10% continuously classified and filed records to keep the system efficient and all information organized. 25% Delivered expert management administrative support each day, including processing all of the paperwork, appointment requests and payments coming through a busy Guam Coastal Management Program office. 25% reviewed the incoming orders and assigned work to the Administrative Assistants to maintain a demanding schedule. 5% Troubleshoot and diagnose problems with equipment such as copier machines, independently resolving the routine issues and organizing more advanced repairs. 10% Complete procurement requisition for all operational coats such as rent, equipment, and supplies 50% Coordinate, manage, organize the island wide Coastal Cleanup annually with over 5, 000 volunteers(s) who participate. Working, planning, and organizing with middle school and high school teachers, parents, and the community in making this a successful event of cleaning up the environment. Organizing, planning, coordinating hauling, trash bins, and sponsorship. Collecting data for public law to improve trash debris and environmental sustainability. Leading coordinating for over 25 sites to be cleaned up. Ordering supplies and incentives for volunteer participation. Providing and collectively collecting data tally from each site in order for government officials to be aware how much waste and what trash is adversely affecting our environment. 10% Handle logistics, planning, organizing annually for Assembly of Planners Symposium for over 200 participants and 5-10 facilitators for each break out session. Organize, plan, and purchase all necessary materials, supplies and equipment for presentations of presenters and participants. Organize participants’ registration. 10% Reviewed invoices and specifications to understand each job and plan the correct sequence, minimizing errors and avoiding wasted materials. 30% preparing, leading, coordinating, planning, registration and organizing annually the KIKA Clearwater Kids camp ranging from 3rd to 6th grade students. Teaching twenty eight (28) students the cause and effect with development, sustainable awareness, pollution, and prestige areas. Preparing students for the future. 30% Organizing, procurement, and layout of four (4) newsletter annually. Preparing and gathering stories from the networking agencies, community, and private companies for eight (8) page newsletter. Submitting request for quotation to three or more vendor(s) to print, layout, and distribution of 25, 000 copies to community, networking agencies, and private companies. Program Coordinator II -Guam Department of Education - Barrigada HOURS weekly – 40 hours (Monday-Saturday)

Having over 19 years of service and experience has provided the following: Program Coordinator to maintain a demanding schedule. 85% Planning, develops, organizing, reviewing and logistic for 26 elementary, 9 middle and 8 high school school(s) events and Individual Evaluation Plan Meeting with School Administrator, Parents, Teachers, and other related committee(s) four times weekly in order to be in compliance with federal funded grant. Continuously classified and filed records to keep the system efficient and all information organized. 25% maintain an accurate database for financial reporting. Gather information and develop summaries. Confer/Assist agency heads officials, staff, faculty, parents, and students. Attend financial meetings and grant training. Coordinate, implement, prepare, and gather information/data in the Division of Special Education and Gifted and Talented Education.


High School Diploma: Basic requirements George Washington High School- Mangilao, Guam GPA 3.0. Graduated in the top 50% of class. Graduated in 1987 with honors. University of Guam- Mangilao, Guam Attended 1987 & University of Phoenix References:

Maryanne Pascua USO Field Program Manager work 671-***-**** Cell: 671-***-****

Kenji Oku, USO Program Manager-work 671-***-**** cell: 671-***-**** email

Betty Gayle, Engineer Work: 671-***-****/6/7 Cell: 671-***-**** email:

Sonia Guerrero Sapla, Contract Specialist - Cell: 1-540-***-**** email:

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