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Senior Project Manager

Jonesboro, Georgia, 30236, United States
May 24, 2010

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John Henry Blalock

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Jonesboro, Georgia 30236

United States E-mail:

Home: *** - (578) - 5096

Work Experience HQ US ARMY FORCES COMMAND (11/09/2009 - 02/14/2010) - CCMRF Training Operations Administrator

Fort McPherson, Georgia United States

Supervisor: Chris Aller - 404-***-****; Contact:Yes

Pay Grade: GS - 1712 - 13 (DOD Security Clearance ) Secret Clearance 2009

Salary: $85.500.00 per year

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Researches and monitors all levels of leader, individual, crew, team, section, platoon, unit and command and staff training performances to develop and update current training programs.

Manage Training Program Process Integral to the FORSCOM Mission Statement. Manage, facilitates and optimizes FORSCOM first mission Training in the Train-Mob-Deploy trio.

Support the planning, management, analysis and execution of training requirement to support CBRNE Consequence Management Response Force (CCMRF) training plans, mobilization training program and the ARFORGEN process.

Track individual and collective training requirements. Promulgate training policies from CENTCOM, HQDA, CFLCC, FORSCOM to subordinate units. Act as the Subject Matter Expect for all aspect of FORSCOM training of AC/RC units.

Develop (research, write, coordinate and produce) FORSCOM training plans, directives and guidance's for AC/RC units. Develop and synchronize AC/RC training strategies to identify training support requirements that support pre and post-mobilization training (PPMT) activities.

Formulating, authoring, organizing, directing, conducting evaluating and forecasting Army training.

Battelle Memorial Institute (09/15/2007 - 10/2009) - CBRN-D Lead Instructor

Supervisor: James Kraus - 229 *** ****; Contact:Yes

Salary: $53,665.00 per year

Hours per week: 40 (DOD Security Clearance ) Secret 2009

Duties: Provide subject matter expert training analysis, evaluation, planning curriculum, and sustainment support to the Joint Program Executive Officer for CB defense with respect to emerging CBRND/E software C41 programs.

Provide training documentation management in accordance with applicable federal guidance and military standards.

Oversee services specific development, planning and execution of training program objectives, ensuring joint program training fulfills individual service requirements.

Coordinating and working closely with service deployment teams and subject matter expects.

Brief senior level clients on the status of training Review joint requirements documents and incorporate service specific comments and recommendations as required.Coordinate formal institutional training IAW individual service requirements.

Washington Group International (09/10/2004 - 12/31/2005 - Weapons Of Mass Destruction Instructor

Aiken, South Carolina United States

Supervisor: Scott lonchar - 803 *** ****; Contact:Yes

Pay Grade: none -

Salary: $120,000.00 per year

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Training Instructor/Consultant 09/2004-12/2005

Washington Group International

Selected to mange, developed and implemented a successful train the trainer program for the Republic of requirements for Azerbaijan maritime State boarder service Naval Fleet.

Developed and administered Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) Selected COTS, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Individual Protective Equipment (IPE) Shelf Life coded material.

Planned, develop, monitor, evaluate and conducted course and training activities.

Assisted in the completion of needs assessment, development and delivery actions, evaluation activities and preparation of materials for assigned courses, and activates.

Modify and updated course materials and plan for specific audiences. Determine the need for additional subject-matter information and meet with Azerbaijan State Boarder Service and Defense Threat Reduction Agency representatives in order to obtain course activates.

Briefed high level Command and Staff on progress of training act ivies and accomplishments while recommending solutions for improvement of training and procedures.

EAI Corporation (08/05/2002 - 09/10/2004) - Team Leader

Anniston, Alabama United States

Supervisor: Robert Childs - 256 *** ****; Contact:Yes

Pay Grade: N/A

Salary: $35,000.00 per year

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Team Leader/Senior Trainer

EAI Corporation, Department of Homeland Security, Center for Domestic Center Anniston Al 2002-2004

Team leader for the Center of Domestic Preparedness Department of Homeland Security (FEMA) element.

Conducted assessments to determine course requirements; ensured application of ISD for courses in development/review Trained, led and evaluated over 50,000, first Responders, Hazmat Technicians, Medical technicians, Law enforcement personnel, from multiple agencies and disciplines throughout the United States.

Employed various techniques, i.e. role-play, simulations, team exercises, group discussions, videos and lectures for delivery of course material Expert knowledge of production planning, scheduling, logistics management and documentation procedures led to selection as Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear.

Lead instructor and course developer for Joint Equipment Assessment Program. Monitored training activities for program effectiveness.

Evaluated instructor competence/performance, and training materials such as outlines, text, and handouts using objective criteria.

Provided constructive feedback, and development activities designed to improve performance.

Developed comprehensive feedback program; analyzed results and made necessary adjustments to identify, mitigate, and correct negative trends.

Coordinated recruitment, placement, and training of staff; interviewed, and advised leadership on hiring of new instructors.

Developed training management strategies for training requirements; managed course control documents, lesson plans, plans of instruction and taught various ACC Production Maintenance/Logistics Management Courses.

Oversaw development and management of course scheduling -- streamlined process; accelerated schedule development and coordination by 25% Attended meetings, conferences, and seminars to obtain information for use in training programs.

Represented organization at conferences and symposium to market organizational capabilities and programs. Education College/University

Almeda (07/05/2003 - 01/21/2005)

Boise, Idaho

United States

Degree: Master of Science -Major: Safety Management

Semester Hours: 30


Almeda (06/01/2001 - 05/16/2003)

Bosie, Idaho

United States

Degree: Bachelor of Business Administration-Major: Training and Development

GPA: 2.5 Semester Hours: 120 Additional Information DOD Defense Support of Civil Authorities Course Defense Coordinating Officer/Element Training Program 11/2009 4 hrs

DOD Defense Support of Civil Authorities Course Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officers (EPLOs) 11/2009 4 hrs

DOD Defense Support of Civil Authorities Course Decision-Making Exercise: Nuclear Detonation 11/2009 2 hrs

DOD Defense Support of Civil Authorities Course Phase 1 11/2009 8 hrs

AT level 1 Awareness Training 2009 4 hrs

US Joint Forces Command SERE 100 Code of Conduct Training Course (Joint Certified) 2009 4hrs

Defense Chemical Test Equipment Operator Training 11/2008

Training- C15/17 Fundamentals of Clothing and Support System Philadelphia University 06/2009 80 hrs

Training- Diversity Faucilitor Battelle Memorial Institute 11/2007 40 hrs

Training - Functions of Front-Line Management (06/15/2008) 80 hrs

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the skills and duties of front-line management. The course explores the role of supervisor through best practices, expert suggestions, and practical tips that help build and maintain relationships.

Certification - Project Management course (06/20/2008) CEU's


management as wells as the "hard" skills of scheduling, estimating and project reporting.

Certification - Emergency Service (10/06/2003)


1992 Instructor Training Certification Course US. ARMY and Seventh ARMY Vilseck Germany 80hrs

2004 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Safety Training Certificate, CDP Anniston AL 2004

Certificate Respiratory Protection, CDP Anniston Al 8hrs

2004 Instructor Training Certification Course,FEMA Anniston Al 80hrs 2003 WMD Hazmat Technical course, CDP Anniston Al 8hrs

2002 Certificate field level maintenance Scott Air-pak, CDP Anniston Al 4hrs

Training - FEM A

62 Semester Hrs

IS-235 Emergency Planning 12/2009 (FEMA)

IS-139 Exercise Design 12/2009 (FEMA)

IS-242 Effective Communication 12/2009 (FEMA)

IS-200 ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents 11/2009 (FEMA)

IS-100 Introduction to the Incident Command System 11/2009 (FEMA)

IS-240 Leadership & Influence 10/2009 (FEMA)

IS-241 Decision Making & Problem Solving 10/2009 (FEMA)

IS-0700 National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) 2006 (FEMA)

IS-0800 National Response Plan (NPR) 2006 (FEMA)

Certificate Respiratory Protection, CDP Annis ton Al 2004 (DHS)

Instructor Training Certificate Course, CDP Anniston Al 2004 (DHS) 40 hrs

WMD Hazmat Technical Course, CDP Anniston Al 2003 (DHS) 40 hrs

Certificate field level maintenance Scott Air-pak, CDP Anniston Al 2002 (DHS) 4hrs

IS-288 Roles of Volunteer Agencies 1999 (FEMA)

IS-1 Emergency Program Manager 1998 (FEMA)

IS-2 Emergency Preparedness USA 1998 (FEMA)

IS-3Radiological Emergency Management 1998 (FEMA)

IS-5 Hazardous Materials-A citizens Orientation 1998 (FEMA

IS-7 A Citizen Guide to Disaster Assistance 1998 (FEMA)

IS-8 Building for the Earthquakes of Tomorrow 1998 (FEMA)

IS-10 Animals in Disaster Awareness and Preparedness 1998 (FEMA

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