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Training Specialist Management Analyst

Location:
Rainsville, AL
Salary:
70000
Posted:
October 26, 2022

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Donald Benedict Carlston

*** ***** *****

Rainsville, Alabama 35986

ads7ao@r.postjobfree.com

[M] 256-***-****

Availability:

Job Type: Permanent

Work Schedule: Full-Time, Part-Time

Desired locations:

United States - AL – Huntsville

Work Experience:

Anniston Army Depot

7 Frankford Avenue

Anniston, AL 36201-4199 United States

07/2019 – October 2020 (Transitioned to Federal Civil Service retirement.) Salary: $69,120.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0343 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11

Management Analyst (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills

Audit Readiness Role

Ensure all facets of audit readiness are adhered to and standards reflects requirements for concurrence in all relevant areas.

Mandatory professional responsibilities

Maintains all mandatory professional responsibilities in accordance with established timelines and regulations.

Assigning and Delegating Work in a Fair and Effective Manner Handles issues, concerns or problems promptly and fairly. Staff is informed of safety and environmental programs and held accountable for each. Management decisions are supported/implemented within reasonable timeframes.

• Holds staff meeting as necessary to train, mentor, and inform of new directives, processes, and/or procedures throughout the rating period. No instances of failure during the reporting period.

• Ensures all employees receive operational/procedural training reminders (at least monthly) of a specific process and procedure. No instances of failure during the reporting period.

• Ensures all employees receive comprehensive training of responsibilities, process, procedures, and safety. Documents training and safety practices covered. No instances of failure during the reporting period.

• Assigns work, monitors, and tracks employee completions to suspense. Prioritize conflicting requirements. No instances of failure during the reporting period.

• Meet 99% of requests within suspense dates with less than 4% error, challenging unreasonable deadlines as feasible to ensure objectives are met. No more than 2 failures within a 6 month period except for unreasonable requests of 4 hour or less response time.

• Provides immediate and detailed (who, what, where, when, why, how, witnesses) information to Supervisor of any accident occurrences of ANAD employees within area of responsibility. No instances of failure during the reporting period.

Perform production support functions

Performance Element and Standard(s)

Supports production efforts by providing assistance to depot production and production support personnel as needed.

• Provide support as needed in establishing procurement packages to support the ANAD mission.

• Work closely with DPM/DP to provide advanced planning for production and material at least one month before the month of execution.

• Enhance property accountability and internal customer support performing IAW AR 735-5, AR 710-2 and ANADR 735-7.

• Communicate issues with TACOM, DLA, DOC and contractors to determine workarounds and impacts.

• Work closely with supply chain contractors to ensure material deliveries support production schedules.

Perform the duties of a Contracting Officer Representative. Perform the full duties of a Contracting Officer Representative. As a COR, required to monitor contractor performance and invoices, report on performance in the monthly reports to the PCO, and conduct quarterly status meetings with the contractor and PCO.

• Maintain full knowledge of technical requirements of the contract, taking action to ensure requirements of the contract are met with not more than 2 instances of failure to report contractor’s failure to comply with the terms of the contract.

• Maintain required COR training and certification requirements with not more than 1 instance of failure to complete required COR training within established time frame.

• Establish and maintain open, regular communication with contractors and with contracting personnel with not more than 2 instances of failure to provide contractor support when needed.

• Provide accurate, timely technical advice, assistance, data and documentation to facilitate the procurement and contract administration process with not more than 4 instances of failure to provide documentation required for procurement and/or renewal of contracts within specified time frames.

• Maintain records and evaluate contractor performance against contract requirements with not more than 2 instances of failure to provide documentation required for procurement and/or renewal of contracts within specified timeframes.

Perform LEAN/Six Sigma functional requirements.

Performance Element and Standard(s)

Participate in and support the Lean Hub or other value streams with Lean events as requested as they pertain to your area of operation.

• Develop a plan that includes re-energizing LEAN into your work area. Ensure that the CPI goals established by TACOM are met. More than a 90% of the goal is considered exceptional, 80% is considered highly successful, 70% is considered successful and less than 69% is considered a failure.

• Participate in LEAN/Six Sigma, RIE’s and VSA events throughout the rating cycle. Work with DPE to develop the plan for the Directorate that supports the Depot’s goal. Supervisor: Robert D. Smith (256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Anniston Army Depot

7 Frankford Avenue

Anniston, AL 36201-4199 United States

11/2016 – 06/2019

Salary: $69,120.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0343 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11

Management Analyst (LMP) (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills

Position requires a thorough understanding of the Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) and Army Materiel Command (AMC) LMP implementation strategy. Investigate, analyze and evaluate business processes, master and transactional data for efficiency and adequacy in the LMP system. Responsible for LMP Office internal budget and associated analysis. Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) for staffing actions that both facilitate contract service support acquisition and subsequent monitoring of contract service support compliance. Instructional cadre training focusing on areas which include Material Master; Timekeeping; Bill of Material (BOM) and Route business areas. Incumbent attends applicable education and training, analyzes and assesses contractor provided training material, creates desktop procedures, conducts expert, end user training, ad hoc classes and workshops within established timelines and ANAD's strategic plan. Investigate, analyze and evaluate business processes, master and transactional data for efficiency and adequacy in the LMP system. Identify Key Performance Indicators

(KPIs) and conduct studies concerning supply, transportation, storage, manufacturing, and Plant-level maintenance. Provide quantitative results in the formulation of new or improved business and/or training practices and application of new concepts or corrective action. Provide recommended changes necessary for the successful sustainment of LMP to appropriate process owners. Provide assistance to LMP Office leadership to assure the Depot’s management and internal control processes are in place and in compliance with requirements. Provide the support needed to ensure that management controls are in place and operating effectively. Function as the COR Action Officer for staffing actions that both facilitates contract service support acquisition and subsequent monitoring of contract service support compliance. Assess LMP contract service support activities based on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), measure Statement of Work (SOW) performance and continuously monitoring results. Develop role based business processes & training material, desktop guides / workbooks for Anniston Army Depot specific business areas. Update and revise existing business processes & training material materials to reflect emergent business processes and transaction code access. Instruct assigned LMP system training classes to Anniston Army Depot personnel as directed by the LMP Supervisor and/or requested by Depot Leadership in the form of ad hoc classes and workshops. Secure and evaluate training locations. Perform training location set-up and preparation as required. Perform qualitative analysis and evaluation of training materials; adapt and modify the materials as required in order to provide best possible instruction to the targeted audience. Invite students and deliver attendee list to Supervisor. Deliver clear and relevant instruction at a level that is appropriate for the intended audience. Answer questions to student satisfaction during the session or provide an answer to all attendees for questions that require further research. Administer post-instruction feedback forms to students, analyze results and submit to Supervisor with recommendations for improvements.

Supervisor: Randy White (256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Anniston Army Depot

7 Frankford Avenue

Anniston, AL 36201-4199 United States

11/2014 – 11//2016

Salary: 71,813.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0343 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 12

This a time-limited appointment or temporary promotion Management Analyst (LMP) (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

In addition to the duties depicted for the Anniston Army Depot (ANAD) GS-11 position which began in April 2009, I currently serve as the ANAD LMP Office's GS-12 senior training specialist. Much of my work is performed independently, adjusting methods and/or materials to fit situations different from those in existing guidelines. The position's duties are characterized by the recurring application of knowledge to adapt to changing or new circumstances affecting specific situations often requiring adjustments in investigative methodology. As the organizational senior training specialist, I serve as an expert consultant and advisor within the pertinent specialty areas. I provide management oversight for the review of training products focusing on technical adequacy, educational effectiveness, and consistency with course objectives and policy. Upon receipt of regulatory and policy guidance from Product Management Office

(PMO) Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), Army Materiel Command (AMC) and ANAD Command concerning Course Programs for development, I ensure implementation of PMO LMP, AMC and ANAD goals and objectives for the organization; determining organizational goals and objectives needing additional emphasis; and determining the best approach for long-range staffing needs. I ensure that the organization's strategic plan, mission, vision and values are communicated to the team and integrated into the team's strategies, goals, objectives, work plans and work products and services. I coach the team in the selection and application of appropriate problem solving methods and techniques, provide advice on work methods, practices and procedures, and assisted the team and/or individual members in identifying the parameters of a viable solution. I identify, distribute and balance the workload and tasks among employees in accordance with established workflow, skill level and/or occupational specialization. I make adjustments to accomplish the workload in accordance with established priorities to ensure timely accomplishment of assigned team tasks. I prepare reports and maintain records of work and administrative information. I provide technical advice and assistance to various levels of management, e.g., determining the training needs; the sources of needed training; the planning necessary to meet needs, design, and presentation of training; and the evaluation of results. I coordinate the pooling of internal and external resources and talents to meet common needs. I implemented local and higher echelon policies, goals and regulations. I consult with management officials to ascertain desired performance outcomes to determine training needs of various organizations. I disseminate and staff identified evaluative criteria focusing on training management matters that will be utilized by the Army’s Operational Test Command for the conduct of LMP Increment-2 site surveys and observations to collect data for operational assessments of the Business Operations Test (BOT). I discuss potential training impacts of the LMP Increment-2 SAP Complex Assembly Manufacturing Solution (CAMS) processes with the ANAD's CAMS subject matter expert contractor.

Supervisor: Randy White (256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Anniston Army Depot

7 Frankford Avenue

Anniston, AL 36201-4199 United States

06/2014 - 10/2014

Salary: 63,780.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0343 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11

Management Analyst (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Position requires a thorough understanding of the Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) and Army Materiel Command (AMC) LMP implementation strategy. Investigate, analyze and evaluate business processes, master and transactional data for efficiency and adequacy in the LMP system. Responsible for LMP Office internal budget and associated analysis. Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) for staffing actions that both facilitate contract service support acquisition and subsequent monitoring of contract service support compliance. Instructional cadre training focusing on areas which include Material Master; Timekeeping; Bill of Material (BOM) and Route business areas. Incumbent attends applicable education and training, analyzes and assesses contractor provided training material, creates desktop procedures, conducts expert, end user training, ad hoc classes and workshops within established timelines and ANAD's strategic plan. Investigate, analyze and evaluate business processes, master and transactional data for efficiency and adequacy in the LMP system. Identify Key Performance Indicators

(KPIs) and conduct studies concerning supply, transportation, storage, manufacturing, and Plant-level maintenance. Provide quantitative results in the formulation of new or improved business and/or training practices and application of new concepts or corrective action. Provide recommended changes necessary for the successful sustainment of LMP to appropriate process owners. Provide assistance to LMP Office leadership to assure the Depot’s management and internal control processes are in place and in compliance with requirements. Provide the support needed to ensure that management controls are in place and operating effectively. Function as the COR Action Officer for staffing actions that both facilitates contract service support acquisition and subsequent monitoring of contract service support compliance. Assess LMP contract service support activities based on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), measure Statement of Work (SOW) performance and continuously monitoring results. Develop role based business processes & training material, desktop guides / workbooks for Anniston Army Depot specific business areas. Update and revise existing business processes & training material materials to reflect emergent business processes and transaction code access. Instruct assigned LMP system training classes to Anniston Army Depot personnel as directed by the LMP Supervisor and/or requested by Depot Leadership in the form of ad hoc classes and workshops. Secure and evaluate training locations. Perform training location set-up and preparation as required. Perform qualitative analysis and evaluation of training materials; adapt and modify the materials as required in order to provide best possible instruction to the targeted audience. Invite students and deliver attendee list to Supervisor. Deliver clear and relevant instruction at a level that is appropriate for the intended audience. Answer questions to student satisfaction during the session or provide an answer to all attendees for questions that require further research. Administer post-instruction feedback forms to students, analyze results and submit to Supervisor with recommendations for improvements.

Supervisor: Randy White (256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Anniston Army Depot

7 Frankford Avenue

Anniston, AL 36201-4199 United States

04/2014 - 06/2014

Salary: 71,813.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0343 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 12

This a time-limited appointment or temporary promotion Management Analyst (LMP) (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

In addition to the duties depicted for the Anniston Army Depot (ANAD) GS-11 position which began in April 2009, I served as a senior training specialist. Much of my work was performed independently, adjusting methods and/or materials to fit situations different from those in existing guidelines. The position's duties were characterized by the recurring application of knowledge to adapt to changing or new circumstances affecting specific situations often requiring adjustments in investigative methodology. As the organizational senior training specialist, I served as an expert consultant and advisor within the pertinent specialty areas. Provided management oversight for the review of training products focusing on technical adequacy, educational effectiveness, and consistency with course objectives and policy. Upon receipt of regulatory and policy guidance from Product Management Office (PMO) Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), Army Materiel Command (AMC) and ANAD Command concerning Course Programs for development, I assured implementation of PMO LMP, AMC and ANAD goals and objectives for the organization; determining organizational goals and objectives needing additional emphasis; and determining the best approach for long-range staffing needs. Ensured that the organization's strategic plan, mission, vision and values are communicated to the team and integrated into the team's strategies, goals, objectives, work plans and work products and services. Coached the team in the selection and application of appropriate problem solving methods and techniques, provide advice on work methods, practices and procedures, and assisted the team and/or individual members in identifying the parameters of a viable solution. Identified, distributed and balanced the workload and tasks among employees in accordance with established workflow, skill level and/or occupational specialization. Made adjustments to accomplish the workload in accordance with established priorities to ensure timely accomplishment of assigned team tasks. Prepared reports and maintained records of work and administrative information. Provided technical advice and assistance to various levels of management, e.g., determining the training needs; the sources of needed training; the planning necessary to meet needs, design, and presentation of training; and the evaluation of results. Coordinated the pooling of internal and external resources and talents to meet common needs. Implemented local and higher echelon policies, goals and regulations. Consulted with management officials to ascertain desired performance outcomes to determine training needs of various organizations. Identified evaluative criteria focusing on training management matters that will be utilized by the Army’s Operational Test Command for the conduct of LMP Increment-2 site surveys and observations to collect data for operational assessments of the Business Operations Test

(BOT). Primary site lead for the coordination of the conduct of a series of Army Logistics University’s Facilitation & Training Skills Course sessions offered to over forty ANAD employees. Discussed potential training impacts of the LMP Increment-2 SAP Complex Assembly Manufacturing Solution (CAMS) processes with the newly arrived to the ANAD, CAMS subject matter expert contractor. Created a document and process for identifying the ANAD LMP Office's intra-organizational roles/responsibilities in advance of the anticipated July arrival of a dozen Detailed ANAD employees to the LMP Office. The process, utilizes a frame-work that clarifies roles and responsibilities, making sure that nothing falls through the cracks, with a focus on eliminating duplicate efforts and confusion by assigning clear ownership for each task or decision. The process is intended to act as a stage-setter for articulating both the existing and anticipated cadre's roles/responsibilities in support of significant LMP Increment-2 activities.

Supervisor: Randy White (256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

ANNISTON ARMY DEPOT

7 Frankford Avenue

Anniston, AL 36201-4199 United States

04/2009 - 04/2014

Salary: 63,780.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0343 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 1104

Management Analyst (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

In this position, I perform analysis, planning and execution functions for maintaining and sustaining modernization efforts associated with the implementation at Anniston Army Depot (ANAD) of the Army’s Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) and the productivity of future requirements affecting acquisition supply, transportation, storage, manufacturing, and depot-level maintenance. I am part of a team that plans, analyzes, manages and conducts training on the components of the LMP that tie into the Army’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) processes. I analyze, interpret, and evaluate current and proposed methods, policies, and procedures for business processes performed in support of Depot Operations. I have responsibility for planning, coordinating, reporting, and accomplishing a wide variety of administrative functions which entails the conduct and analysis of studies/surveys and implementation of administrative policies and procedures. I exercise an overall practical knowledge of management principles and my understanding of the organization's activities to provide advice and assistance to management to ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of programs and operations. I am responsible as the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) for providing oversight for ANAD LMP service support contracts. In my capacity as COR, I verify that the contractor performs the technical requirements of the contract in accordance with the contract terms, conditions and specifications. In my capacity as COR, I monitor the contractors' performance, notifying the contractors of deficiencies observed during surveillance and direct appropriate action to effect correction. I write/edit procedures which document correspondence preparation and handling policies, with an emphasis on ensuring that local procedures and regulations do not conflict with existing LMP procedures, policies, or regulations. I continually enhance my understanding of the organizational goals and objectives, missions, functions, and organization structure towards developing, measuring and evaluating short and long-term planning efforts for LMP training implementation management. I research background materials, studies, reports, and other regulatory guidance to support program goals. Assist in designing, and conducting and executing studies and analysis of the LMP system. Assist in the development of detailed plans, goals and objectives for the long-range implementation of the LMP program; develop methods for the evaluation of the implementation, the program effectiveness, project goals and objectives; perform a variety of administrative and management support activities in support of the project goals, related to the coordination of program documentation, plans. I continually keep myself apprised of any issues related to Timekeeping, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) (i.e.- Material Master), production Bill of Material

(BOM) and production Route business processes and Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) processes. I am the ANAD primary Timekeeping, PLM and BOM/Route instructor. Attend weekly LMP Triage Tele- Conferences for three business areas: Supply Chain Planning, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)

(i.e.- Material Master) and Finance. Provide assistance in the ANAD Production Inventory Management data scrub initiative. Initial ANAD Action Officer for development and sustainment of the LMP Training Practice Environment data mining and data staging processes. Facilitate the development of assigned LMP SOPs, Desktop Guides, and validate training materials and reports requirements. Action Officer for the development and implementation of the ANAD LMP Data Integrity / Data Quality (DI/DQ) Team organizational processes. Facilitate the development of the ANAD LMP DI/DQ Team organizational processes with a focus on an enhanced perception of the value of the internal LMP DI/DQ audit group as a business partner working to minimize risk and manage business activities more effectively. Success in lean manufacturing is heavily dependent on quality data collection, integration, and analysis. Action Officer for facilitating the ANAD LMP Production Lead Time enhancement initiative. The ultimate goal of implementing lean production in an organization is to have the customer in focus when improving productivity, enhancing quality, shortening lead times, reducing costs etc. Lead time reduction, quick response to market forces, achieving competitive advantages, cost reduction and increasing performance, profitability are achieved through the integrative approach of lean with a focus on Lead Time reduction. Implemented and administered newly developed and/or established training programs to employees. Developed course outlines, lectures, visual aids, examination, and other instructional material. Provided advice and assistance as to how to instruct employees on the job in their particular skills and to analyze work operations in order to determine training needs. Supervisor: Randy White 256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Jacobs Technology, Inc., for Lead AMC Integration Support Of Redstone Arsenal, AL United States

05/2008 - 04/2009

Salary: 79,200.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Business Analyst III

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

GS-12/13 equivalent position. Review and analyze Army Industrial Base (depots, arsenals, activities and ammunition plants) Total Asset Visibility (TAV) hardware and software specification and site survey requirements and associated concerns. Participate in on-site data collection and development of business process blueprints. Develop business process solutions for more efficient and effective operations using standard business operating principles, theories, and concepts. Document "as-is" business processes and recommended "to-be" processes. Use Army Industrial Base and TAV subject matter expertise to identify manufacturing, overhaul, and rebuild inefficiencies and identify and document opportunities for operational improvement. Participate in the identification and development of Total Asset Visibility (TAV) business process requirements for the Army Materiel Command (AMC) Industrial Base. Prepare formal documents, such as capability requirements document and briefings, for submission to the AMC operations directorate (G3) and Information Management (G6) directorate. Provide technical and program management support for the Army's Industrial Base Modernization Program. Enhance knowledge of Total Asset Visibility (TAV) hardware and software for implementation in the Army Industrial Base through self- development, research and analyses, on-site demonstrations from vendors, and discussions with senior leaders and peers throughout the Army Industrial Base. Supervisor: Paul Turmenne (256-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

926th Engineer Brigade (USAR)

Montgomery, AL United States

06/2007 - 05/2008

Salary: 81,572.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 50

Operations Officer

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Advise, plan, coordinate and supervise combined arms engineer operations, planning, and training for an Army Engineer Brigade commanded by a brigadier general officer. Support the planning and application of military operations and strategy, and the development and implementation of Army combat engineer policy, roles, and missions. Responsible for developing and executing unit operations, training, plans and programs. Participate in the “How to” of training, as well as the development and management of training functions. Plan and evaluate military operations. Prepare and review operations and concept plans to include war games. Establish and monitor policy and standards for unit readiness. Advise the commander on the structure, composition, position, and equipment requirements/authorizations of both the brigade headquarters and the unit’s down trace. Principal staff officer for integrating safety program risk management into military operations. Principal staff officer for both pre-deployment and post-deployment unit movement activities. Prepared 926th Engineer Brigade for deployment to theater of operations prior to my retirement from the Army. Completed the Joint Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence Staff and Operations Course (JC4ISOC). JC4IOSOC which is a three-week operational level resident course sponsored by the DoD Joint Staff J-6. The mission of the JC4ISOC is to educate and train joint C4I decision makers in C4I concepts in the joint/coalition/interagency environments, the DoD’s organization and how it supports the C4I process, and the management and operation of current joint C4I systems and joint operational procedures associated with both strategic and theater/tactical systems. Students are required to demonstrate their learning by means of successfully completing an end of course examination and through participation in a C4I planning practical exercise. JC4ISOC is taught at the Sensitive



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