Country of Citizenship: United States
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Secret Security Clearance
Saint Leo University
Newport News, VA
Master of Business Administration (MBA)-Project Management
Saint Leo University
Newport News, VA
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (June 2019)
Semester/Credit Hours: 139
U.S. Navy Military Service, Supervision, Coaching, Performance management, Planning Process Improvement, Program Management, Project Management, Excel, Statutory Requirements Application, Regulations/Policies/Procedures Adherence, Technical Authority, Leadership Advisement/Consultation, Personnel Training/Mentorship, Maintenance. Lockout/Tag-out, Power Systems, Power generation, Power Distribution, Power systems, Mechanical Systems, Tag-out User’s Manual (TUMS), High Voltage Electrical Environments, Specialized Electrical Knowledge, Utility Control Systems, Troubleshooting, Strategic Goal Development, Defining Objectives, Research, Analysis, Results Evaluation, Requirements Forecasting, Budget Development, Expenditure Analysis, Customer Service/Support
January 2020 – Present
Human Resources Assistant
Department of Homeland Security/USCG/CG123SE
300 E Main St Norfolk, VA 23510
Hours Worked per Week: 40
Pay Grade/Salary: GS-5
Supervisor: Namar Green Phone: 202-***-**** May Contact
Human Resources Assistant – GS-5
Responsible for providing the full range of staffing, position classification, and related services to assigned customers. Provide Technical support to representatives, management, employees, and public as needed. Provide administrative support to Branch Human Resources Specialists on the most highly complex and difficult personnel system errors, problems, and actions through HRIS to include but not limited to: EmpowHR, FEDHRNavigator, NFC, E-QIP
Research, analyze, solve complex staffing problems
Process full range of personnel/pay actions for permanent/temporary employees
Examine personnel actions in accordance with applicable laws and regulations
Use National Finance Center database to troubleshoot pay discrepancies
Upload Award data in Empower system
Conduct training for HR Assistants
Conduct New-Hire training on Benefits and Regulatory standards for USCG employees
Schedule meetings, interviews, HR events and maintain agendas.
Assist with the recruitment process by identifying candidates, performing reference checks and issuing employment contracts
Maintain digital and electronic records of employees.
Maintain calendars of HR management team.
January 2008 - Present
Porter’s Taxi Company
Newport News, VA
Manager/Owner Phone: 757-***-**** May Contact
Successfully manage four public transportation vehicles/associated personnel, develop strategic goals by compiling business/financial/service/operations information, assessing various trends/options, defining objectives, evaluating potential outcomes/results, and utilizing this data to develop course(s) of action.
Administrative responsibilities include managing payroll/shift assignments for 12 personnel, negotiating contracts that include local/federal regulations, training personnel on local/federal safety restrictions and guidelines, maintaining company vehicles, and ensuring employee compliance with contractual obligations.
To achieve financial objectives, regularly forecast requirements, develop annual budget, schedule expenditures, and analyze/correct any variances. Routinely audit transportation/service/payroll logs, direct customer service training toward building positive customer relationships, and author hiring/job announcements to recruit new personnel.
Daily use of computer technology i.e. Microsoft Office
Maintain and create database containing contracts/closeout agreements for monthly
data reporting requirements
Managing and supervising payroll/shift assignments for 12 personnel
Negotiating contracts that include local/federal regulations
Preparing reports and review pre-bid contract specifications to meet contract goals and
Establish contractual arrangements on accounts based on verified evidence of specified
requirements for compliance with local/state/federal regulations
Providing training for personnel on local/federal safety restrictions and guidelines
Conducting employee training to build positive customer relationships via PowerPoints
Ensuring employees’ compliance with contractual obligations
Administering performance management and reviewing of team results to assure
adherence of expectations
Forecasting daily tasks and requirements
Preparing hiring/job announcements for recruitment
Using information systems to integrate reports that develop and retrieve personal
information for background checks on perspective/current employees
Analyzing daily transportation, maintenance, and service reports to document
deficiencies and related corrective actions
Conducting market research to gather information for better business solutions
Maintaining company vehicles to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal
Compiling inventory reports of materials and parts to analyze the benefits to production
Review invoices and other documents of payment
Auditing payroll logs
Developing an annual budget
Managing monthly budgeting portfolios and task assignment lists
Investigate all complaints from customers relative to the performance and quality of
service, damages, and/or property loss
Filing records of insurance transactions
Maintaining a log of insurance premiums due and the expiration dates of policies
April 2016 – January 2020
U&E Ship to Shore Electrical
Department of Defense - NAVFAC MIDLANT
9742 Maryland Avenue Norfolk, VA 23511
Hours Worked per Week: 40
Supervisor: Reginald Henderson Phone: 757-***-**** May Contact
High Voltage Electrical Worker – WG 08
As an electrical worker I am responsible for servicing transformers, generators, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) insulators, converters, cables, switches, circuit breakers, fuses, ground connects, and mechanical/electronic control systems in substations/power generating facilities.
I utilize my skills and training to mentor and train new hires on NAVFAC operational standards and workplace behavioral policies. I continually observe/evaluate the aptitude, mental stability, and competency levels of various individuals; also rate the abilities/achievements of apprentices through direct observation. I have served as new-hire point-of-contact concerning questions and concerns.
Perform Lockout-Tag-out procedures on all required energy isolation sources IAW Tag-out User Manual.
Apply Navy Safely Regulations, OSHA & EM 385-1-1 standards, NAVFAC SOP’s, and technical manuals
Routinely conduct safety inspections on equipment and surrounding work areas and report any discrepancies
Provide requirements for the procurement of materials/stock and services
Provide and maintain reports of inventory of materials and parts to analyze benefits to production
Document work and utility assets
Prepare, manage, and adjust schedules to estimate jobs and determine work hours, workload, labor, material, and tools needed for completion
Apply the theory and principals of alternate and direct current (AC/DC) circuits and power distribution
Apply engineering knowledge and techniques to develop technical documents
Compute amperage and resistance factors
Expertly remediate outages and improper operations
Respond to emergency, urgent, and routine service calls for customer service
Employ knowledge of electrical principles/procedures/materials/safety standards to repair systems ranging from 480-69kV.
Connect conductors utilizing mechanical connectors, splicing clamps, and tape,
Troubleshoot cable systems to locate shorts/opens/grounds/crosses/electrolysis damage/capacitance imbalance/cable breaks.
Make operation tests and adjustments when necessary
Troubleshoot bust ducts
Demonstrate expertise in using meggers, phase sticks, digital test equipment, phase rotation meters, cable locating, graphic recorders and other fault-finding equipment for troubleshooting
September 2006 – September 2014
Norfolk Naval Station, VA
Hours Worked per Week: 40
Supervisor: Calvin Stephens Phone: 251-***-**** May Contact
Gas Turbine Electrician
Served as Project Manager and Maintenance Supervisor aboard the USS Porter (DDG 78) providing first-line leadership and supporting growth, development, and daily direction of 49 subordinates while managing maintenance/repairs of four LM2500 engines and three Allison 501-K34 Generators within a conventional gas turbine engineering plant and all support equipment. Reported zero incidents and 100% readiness.
Prepared and coordinated weekly preventative maintenance for an engineering department of 49 personnel.
Conducted weekly audits of Lockout/Tag-out logs
Assigned maintenance tasks to qualified personnel
Developed training programs for new employees on equipment operation and maintenance
Created routine data reports to track scheduled maintenance
Performed routine and emergency outages
Managed Work Authorization Forms during Shipyard maintenance availability periods
Developed project plans, outlines, and goals
Presented plans to senior management for approval
Closely monitored all projects to ensure timelines were met
Provide Financial Support for PMs including timesheet, subcontract, consultant agreement and invoice reviews.
Engineering Officer of The Watch/Lead Engineer aboard the Porter, reporting directly to the Commanding Officer and providing analyses of plant systems and joint fleet oil programs. Designed/implemented fuel conservation plan resulting in optimizing efficiencies while reducing fuel consumption; command was awarded Fleet Fuel Conservation Award in 2011.
Oversaw all power plant operations
Approved the opening and closing of Danger, Caution, and Warning tags in order to perform maintenance and emergency repairs.
Monitored Propulsion Plant and Electrical Distribution system to maintain power plant full readiness.
Coordinated equipment shutdown for operation and maintenance
Supervised 50 personnel assigned to department.
At Norfolk Naval Base was Ship Maintenance Supervisor, working directly with shipboard department heads, civilian federal workers, and civilian contractors in coordinating/scheduling maintenance availability. Analyzed variances and facilitated corrective actions to accomplish multiple maintenance cycles to ensure 100% fleet readiness on Norfolk Naval Base.
Set deadlines, assigned responsibilities and monitored and summarized startup and progress of projects.
Worked directly with clients to ensure deliverables fell within the applicable scope and budget.
Coordinated with departments to ensure all aspects of each project were compatible.
Measured contractor’s performance using appropriate tools and techniques
Performed risk management to minimize project risks.
Created and maintained appropriate and comprehensive project documentation
Attended conferences and training as required to maintain proficiency.
Awards / Community Support & Volunteer Activities
Two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals for Superior Professionalism and Leadership
Maritime Unit Expeditionary Medal for Leadership
Spot Award, October 2017
HR Recruitment, Selection & Placement
Occupational Safety, Health Services
Finance for Managers
Management of Human Resources
Principles of Marketing
Applied Decision Methods
Essential Business Skills
Principles of Accounting I
Principles of Accounting II
Business Law I
Principles of Management
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Human Resources in Management
Project Management Process Groups
National Electrical Code I / II
Transformer Connections & Circuits
Electric Motor Controls
AC and DC Circuit Fundamentals
Fiber Optic Connections
Programmable Logic Controller System
Amplifiers & Integrated Circuits
Fluid Power- Hydraulic Systems
Fluid Power- Pneumatic Systems
DPMAP DoD Performance and Appraisal Program
Asbestos Awareness-OSHA Class IV Asbestos Training
DoD PUSH – Anti-Harassment Training
NAVFAC Fraud Awareness Training
Privacy and Personally Identifiable Info-Awareness
Anti-Terrorism Level 1 Awareness
Records Management in the DON: Everyone’s Responsibility
Uncle Sam OPSEC
HAZCOM Conservation Training
DON EEO Training
Anti-Harassment & Prevention of Sexual Assault Harassment – NAVFAC
No Fear Act
Red Cross CPR
Back Injury Prevention
Calvin Stephens (Professional)
Clarence McAdory (Professional)
Lauren Harney (Personal)