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Front Office Safety Officer

Location:
Arlington, VA
Posted:
April 06, 2021

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Robert Wells

Arlington, Virginia

Mobile: 571-***-****; Email: adlg8j@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Exceptional military professional with six years of comprehensive leadership. Experienced in optimal business analysis and computer science. Results- oriented with a passion for making a positive impact. Eager and willing to learn and adapt to new assignments and/or challenges. Analytical and organized leader that is eager to utilize military and contracting skills. My ambition is to be a part of a winning team with a role that is challenging and allows me to grow professionally.

Secret Security Clearance

SKILLS

• Strategic Planning

• Operational Management skills

• Data Analysis

• Advanced MS Office knowledge

• Business Planning

• Training and Mentoring skills

• Interfacing with diverse customers

• Contract Specialist

CORE ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Earned qualification as LVL III crew chief in special operation forces for MH-60S systems.

Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Commedation Medal for Successful 2016 Rescue.

Real world Experience Supporting Inherent Resolve and Formidable Shield.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Two Six, Norfolk, VA 3/2013 – 3/2019

Operations Supervisor 2/2016 – 3/2019

Coordinated daily enlisted operations duties overseeing proper execution of the daily aircraft flight schedule for over 450 Squadron personnel. Ensured that all standards are met and performed final quality assurance on all products being submitted to the front office for daily approval. Assigned tasks to associates, staffed projects and updated front office to enhance optimal business flow and peak squadron readiness.

Well versed in hands on technical support and minor troubleshooting with over three years of experience. Primary point of contact chosen by leadership for important taskings needing specialized expertise in operations PC network.

Assigned weekly collateral duty watch standing in a moderate level security building. monitored closed circuit television cameras (CCTV). Gaining a high knowledge level in technical security systems such as access control and disposing of sensitive materials using the proper procedures.

Researched contract files, prepared correspondence, and updated tracking database. Participated in various chain of command review processes to verify correct results. Inform the Contract Manager on major issues of concern identified during the review process.

Assisted in Government contract agreements and proposals. Wrote and revised memos, budget documentation and federal contract solicitation.

Synthesized business data to produce polished reports and presentations on current business standards. Drafted quarterly reports on squadron financial budget and account for deficiencies.

Developed prioritization plans using Microsoft Excel to improve business efficiency by using logistical data resulting in high level training and qualifications to be completed.

Implemented enlisted qualification trackers to utilize available flight hours to complete maximum amount of qualifications.

MH-60s Helicopter Crew Chief 2/2016 – 3/2019

Expert Experience Flying 661.5 Flight Hours performing high level Search and Rescue training operations in the Hampton Roads area as a Crew Chief.

Special Operation Forces Instructor for missions and training on a daily basis. Wide knowledge of military range and battlefield air to ground operations. Worked directly behind Range safety officer to help coordinate successful and safe range operations.

Completed a successful SAR mission, successfully recovering two capsized boat survivors resulting in being awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Accommodation Medal.

Small Arms Line Coach (Expert Pistol Qualification), (Expert Rifle Qualification)

Qualified Naval Explosives Safety Manager. Extensive knowledge in weapons and ammunition stowage, handling, assembly/disassembly, Loading and downloading. Including AGM-114, ALE 47/MJU-32/CCU-136, Pyrotechnics, Explosive Countermeasures, and Small Arms Ammunition.

Personal Ammunition and Explosives Handling Qualification and Certification

Naval Aircrewman Helicopter 3/2013 – 3/2018

Completed all schools necessary to become a Rescue Swimmer. Schools included: Air Crew School, Water Survival, Aviation Rescue Swimmer School, AWS A-School, SERE (Survive Evade Resist Escape) School, Fleet Replacement Squadron.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Northern Virginia Real-Estate College 60 Hours

Northern Virginia Community College to obtain (AS) Business administration and CCNA IT Certification 2021 –Present

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