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Manager Sales

Location:
Spotsylvania, VA, 22553
Salary:
60000+
Posted:
August 29, 2012

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Elizabeth Marie Perry

***** ******** ******* ****.

Apt 105

Spotsylvania, VA 22553 US

Mobile: 540-***-****

Email: l1h8j3@r.postjobfree.com

Availability:

Job Type: Permanent

Work Schedule: Full-Time

Desired locations:

United States - VA - Alexandria

United States - VA - Charlottesville

United States - VA - Charlottesville County

United States - VA - Alexandria County

United States - VA - Alleghany County

United States - VA - Barboursville

United States - VA - Fredericksburg

United States - VA - Fredericksburg County

Work Experience:

Joint Warfare Analysis Center

18385 Frontage Road

Dahlgren, VA 22448 United States 04/2001 - Present

Salary: 101,000.00 Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0132 Pay Plan: GG Grade: 13

Intelligence Specialist (This is a federal job)

Duties: Serves as the intelligence research or operational specialist and performs highly complex and responsible analysis and production tasks relative to an assigned area in political, economic, social, cultural, physical, geographic, technical or military conditions for one or more foreign countries. Plan, implements and maintains data bases for all aspects of operations required to process all-source material and the production of technical or operational intelligence in assigned areas. Identifies intelligence gaps, specifics collection requirements to fill gaps, and develops analytical tools and methodologies to cope with the gaps. Collects, reviews, interprets, evaluates and integrates information from multiple sources in assessing the relevance and significance of developments in assigned areas, and in preparing new or revising prior intelligence products. Such products include briefings, automated and manual data bases, studies, estimates, and analyses and evaluations relative to the capabilities and actions of foreign countries to undertake certain military operations. Maintain liaison with personnel in other intelligence agencies, laboratories, operational forces, and allied foreign governments to discuss production requirements and provide information. Serves as the activity representative at interagency and international meetings and conferences. Presents and defends activity positions or controversial issues in areas of expertise. Serves as Chairperson of working groups or committees at interagency and interagency forums and international conferences. Serves as team leader for collection managers. Coordinates the work of the team, establishes priorities, guides, team members and is responsible for accuracy and completeness of the team products. Project Managed Special Access and Data Acquisition Programs. Assist in development of new software and databases by testing and providing feedback.

Key Admin Duties:

*Performs sound office management, administrative, clerical, and secretarial procedures

•Operates various computers and office equipment, including calculators, printers, facsimile machines, plotters, STUIII Phones, and scanners.

•Familiarity and understanding of administrative references, such as Navy Correspondence Manual, DIA Intelligence Manuals, Standard Identification Codes, Country and Intelligence Function Codes, DOD policy directives, etc.

•Conducts Intelligence research and investigations for engineers, scientists, economists, and social network professionals. Possess skills in the interpretations, evaluation, and integration of intelligence information from all sources.

•Perform All-Source analysis and produces Intelligence Products for customers.

•Corresponds and communicates with intelligence collectors and producers throughout the DoD and Intelligence community.

•Work closely with customers to develop task requirements based on their needs.

*Serves as the Technical Point of Contact (TPOC) and the Contractor Officer Representative (COR) for Data Acquisition Contracts

*Division's expert for DFAR and other DoD contract policies.

*Communicate and provide expense and budget reports to Contract Officer and Command's Financial Officer.

•Assist in development of Statement of Works and Bid Packages for Data and Research Contracts.

•Manage Intelligence Tasking and Requirements Database.

•Create and maintain internal web pages (SharePoint) for shared files and project status.

•Serve as Division expert on intelligence cycle, methods, and systems as well as their capabilities and limitations.

•Train new employees on Intelligence, Analysis, Requirements Management, and the Intelligence Community.

•Highly skilled in effective verbal and written communication techniques. Brief management and high level visitors such as Attaches, Congressional Members, Unit Commanders, and Fleet Admirals.

•Serves as Program Manager for a Special Access Program.

•Possess skills in the interpretations, evaluation, and integration of intelligence information from all sources.

•Demonstrates creative thinking and original research, and have confidence to function as a spokesperson for and an authority on activity positions in the intelligence community.

*Serves as Records/File custodian for classified HUMINT documents.

•Serves as a Point of Contact and advisor for space management, office equipment, and communication equipment needs, including inventory, disposition, and acquisition.

•Work with senior staff to establish administrative, security and operating procedures. This includes consulting with Legal Counsel and supervisors on human and security resources or associated actions; provide advice, assistance, and recommendations to improve operations and work flow as well as developing new programs.

Self E and S Enterprises LLC

Fredericksbrg, VA 22407 United States 01/2008 - 01/2011

Hours per week: 25

Owner and Operator

Duties: Owned and operated a small engine and construction repair tool business. Managed all aspects of the business to include: finances, book keeping, supplies, and inventory. Oversaw employees and their work. Built customer relationships in the construction community. Created and implemented advertising plans and web pages.

Key Duties:

•Managed all accounting and finances using Quick Books.

*Managed all contracts with sub-suppliers.

*Managed and administrate contracts as a sub-contractor for tool contractors.

•Conducted sales to include cash, credit cards, and credit lines.

•Built customer relationships through sales, services, and home/construction shows.

•Managed and supervised four (4) employees.

•Conducted all administrative duties to include: inventory, supply ordering, mail sorting, creating correspondence, and answer the phone.

•Created advertisements for window, vehicles, business cards, and phone books.

•Managed equipment installment projects.

•Created and maintained a web page with catalog sales.

Family Business Teterbuilt

Falmouth, VA 22405 United States 01/1985 - 01/2005

Hours per week: 20

Secretary

Duties: Conducted administrative duties for family construction business. Managed schedules, typed up estimates and memos, conducted phone calls to customers. Assisted in advertising and creating business logos, forms, and letterheads.

Key Duties:

•Built customer relationships through sales, services, and home/construction shows.

•Conducted all administrative duties to include: mail sorting, creating correspondence, and answer the phone.

•Created advertisements for window, vehicles, business cards, and phone books.

•Created business logo and forms such as letter heads, estimation memos, etc.

Defense Intelligence Agency

MacDill Ave

Bolling AFB

Washington DC, VA 20341 United States 08/1988 - 04/2001

Salary: 50,000.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 0313 Pay Plan: GG Grade: 08

Administrative Assistant (This is a federal job)

Duties: Provided general office support to Intelligence Analysts, Operations Officer, and Staff Chief. Maintain office suspense files, reviewed all incoming correspondence, prepared all out-going correspondence. Input requests for information needs and priority requirements into the intelligence tasking data base (Coliseum). Maintained schedules for key personnel and offices. Responded quickly to unforeseen problems and requirements and possessed working knowledge of the functions and ongoing projects of the office. Arranged conferences, and provided monthly status updates for high level officials. Performed duties of Supply and Accountable Property Officer, ADP support and Classified Document Control Officer, Training Point of Contact and Records Management Officer. Perform duties of the Unit Security Officer by responding to security needs of the staff, including passing clearances and ensuring documents were properly classified and maintained. Backup to Intelligence Analysts during crises and wartime situations. Performed intelligence research, and highly complex and responsible analysis and production tasks relative to an assigned area in political, economic, social, cultural, physical, geographic, technical or military conditions for one or more foreign countries. Plan, implemented and maintained data bases for all aspects of operations required to process all-source material and the production of technical or operational intelligence in assigned areas.

Key Duties:

•Operated computers, and all types of equipment, including calculators, printers, facsimile machines, plotters, database robots, and scanners.

•Familiarity and understanding of administrative references, such as DIA’s Intelligence Manuals, Navy Correspondence Manual, Standard Identification Codes, DOD policy directives, DFARs, etc.

•Work with senior staff to establish administrative and operating procedures.

•Point of Contact for all travel, records management, procurement of equipment, supplies and materials, distribution of manuals, and time and attendance.

•Maintain liaison with key staff in the Office of Human Resources, Information Technology, Procurement and Security.

•Serve as the focal point for all space management, office equipment, and communication equipment needs, including inventory, disposition, and acquisition.

•Serve as the Office Records Manager.

•Serve as an ethics compliance officer insuring that, all new agency employees receive initial ethics and security orientation and all new file required financial disclosure reports.

-Prepared and managed internal administrative assignments. Monitor activities to ensure timeliness, consistency and completeness.

•Review responses, reports, and memoranda to develop consolidated responses on behalf of the organization.

•Perform special studies and research projects or assignments, which require confidentiality and application of expertise and mature judgment.

•Kept the supervisor advised of developments and progress concerning problems and follow up with the responsible official to expedite necessary action and final settlement of the issues.

•Reviewed all important incoming and outgoing correspondence, coordinating routing and the control of notes and suggestions concerning the subject matter involved before referral to the supervisor.

•Advised manager on required personnel actions, performs delegated duties as assigned, supports and manages multiple administrative processes.

•Reviewed all new Agency production and forward those of specific interest to customers.

•Maintained the highest level of confidentiality and sensitivity to any and all information available.

•Answered incoming calls and screen by either personally addressing them or directing them to someone else’s attention, as appropriate.

•Recorded, proofed and distributed staff, division, and liaison meeting minutes.

•Prepared and administered expense reports, including receipt collection.

•Maintain updated of personnel contact records, such as addresses and phone & fax numbers, etc.

•Use computer and other office equipment as well as Microsoft Office software extensively to prepare reports, spreadsheets, correspondence, presentations.

•Help plan meetings and conferences while handling logistics, such as, budgets, agendas, venues, catering, lodging, and after-meeting debriefs and evaluations;

•Maintaining the executive calendar, assure that appointments are kept, and organize materials needed for meetings;

•Created and Managed the Intelligence Warfighter Library and Catalog Database. Duties included scanning and data entry of imagery.

•Conducted Data Entry in Military and Intelligence Databases.

•Received and distributed all taskings to analysts. Maintain and reported deadlines and status to supervisor and/or customer.

•Received and managed data received from contractors. Provided monthly reports of acquisition received.

•Develop and conducted Intelligence Training

Virginia State Parks

Caledon Natural Area

King George, VA United States 01/1992 - 01/1995

Hours per week: 10

Volunteer

Duties: Provided general office support to Park Supervisor, Chief Ranger, Park Interpreter, and Maintenance Rangers. Maintain office files, reviewed all incoming correspondence, and prepared all out-going correspondence. Maintained schedules for tours, key personnel and shelter rentals. Operated and managed the park store. Assisted with park activities.

Key Duties:

•General administrative support.

•Created and maintain park files, including Personnel, Accounting, and Hazard Materials files.

•Act as Mail Clerk and Secretary for Park Officials.

•Scheduled and sold tours.

•Managed and operated Park Store.

•Conducted inventory on supplies and store merchandise.

•Scheduled and sold shelter rentals.

•Assisted Park Interpreter with activities such as Wee-Ranger Programs, Boy Scout Hikes, and Bald Eagle counts.

•Assisted Maintenance Rangers in construction projects such as refurbishing historical structures and building duck wetlands.

Education:

American Military University Shepardstown, WV United States

Master's Degree 05/2013

GPA: 4.0 of a maximum 4.0

Major: History

USMC University Quantico, VA United States

Professional 06/2012

Credits Earned: 13 Continuing Education Unit

Major: USMC Blended Officers Course

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

This seminar is geared toward professionals in a soon to be leadership role. The seminar provides an understanding of the USMC, their warfighter, and their processes.

American Military University Shepardstown, WV United States

Bachelor's Degree 05/2011

GPA: 3.0 of a maximum 4.0

Major: Intelligence Studies Minor: Intelligence Analysis

Joint Military Intelligence College Washington, DC United States

Professional 01/2011

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

Completed various Intelligence Collections and Analyst Courses.

Stafford Senior High School Fredericksburg, VA United States

High School or equivalent 06/1988

Job Related Training:

Professional Licenses/Certificates

•Contract Officer Representative, Certificate, 06/2003.

•Intelligence Collection Managers, Certificate 2003

•Leadership Skills for Non-Supervisors, Certificate 2007

*Administrative Officer's Course, Certificate 1994

*Special Security Officer's Course, Certificate 1993

Informal Training/Education

•Various Tool Repair Former Training to include: Wagner Paint Sprayers, DeWalt and Bosch Pneumatics Hammer Drills, Nailers, Saws, and Drills, Honda Generators, and J-Air Gas Air Compressors – 2008-2011.

•Various Training on Heavy Equipment to include, Tandum Dump-truck, fork lift, and John Deer Tracker and Back Hoe -1995-2005.

•Various constructions training to include: laying hard wood floors and carpeting, restoring historic chimneys, studding walls, hanging and finishing sheet rock, installing doors, installing crown and shoe molding and painting.

•Typing, 60+ wpm.

References:

Name Employer Title Phone Email

Laura Stuart JWAC Contractor Specialist 540-***-****

Karl Weeks JWAC Intelligence Specialist 540-***-****

Kimberley Turner DOD Personal 240-***-**** Indicates professional reference

Additional Information:

Knowledge and Experience in the Following:

Planning and Evaluating - Organizes work, sets priorities, and determines resource requirements; determines short- or long-term goals and strategies to achieve them; coordinates with other organizations or parts of the organization to accomplish goals; monitors progress and evaluates outcomes.

Project Management- Knowledge of the principles, methods, or tools for developing, scheduling, coordinating, and managing projects and resources, including monitoring and inspecting costs, work, and contractor performance.

Technical Competence - Understands and appropriately applies procedures, requirements, regulations and policies related to specialized expertise, e.g., engineering (telecommunications, oil and gas, transportation), social science, law, or accounting; maintains credibility with others on technical issues.

Oral Communication - Expresses information (for example, ideas or facts) to individuals or groups effectively, taking into account the audience and nature of the information (for example, technical, sensitive, controversial); makes clear and convincing oral presentations; listens to others, attends to nonverbal cues, and responds appropriately.

Written Communication – Expresses facts and ideas in writing in a succinct and organized manner. Write effective Government Memos and business letters to customers, associates, and vendors. Develop and modify document for corporate presentations including PowerPoint presentations and Excel Spreadsheets. Skilled in coordinating and collaborating with outside agencies and customers.

Computer Skills – Proficient with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access as well will SharePoint, Google Maps, and various DoD message handling systems and databases.

Office Etiquette Skills – Attention to details and understanding of confidentiality. Great Telephone skills and ability to interface with visitors, executives, employees and board members effectively and professionally.



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