Yelm, WA ***97
Cell Phone: 931-***-****
Vacancy Identification Number 728900
Human Resources Specialist Trainee (Intern)
Job Announcement Number: WTEUADVREQ728900A
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington
Human Resources Officer, Naval Officer, Naval Flight Officer (NFO) S-3B Viking, Aviation Safety Officer (ASO), Mishap Investigator, Personnel Officer (PersO), Intelligence Analyst, Command Fitness Leader (CFL), Water Survival Instructor, Land Survival Instructor, American Red Cross (ARC) Instructor, Real Estate Agent, Client Care Coordinator. Computer skills include Word, Access, Power Point, Outlook, Print Master Plus, Photoshop. Department of Defense Top Secret Clearance. Weapons qualified (9mm Expert, M-16/4 Sharpshooter), records and file management, customer service, supervisor, leader.
06/2004 – Present, Executive Officer, Staff Operations Coordinator, PMT/NMPS Branch Officer, 16hrs/mo + 14 days/yr (Reservist)
CNIC (Chief of Naval Installation Command)
XO of Mobilization Detachment Gulfport, MS. Acting Commanding Officer due to mobilization of CO. Plans and schedules Reserve members AT dates to best support Navy Mobilization Processing Sites during surge periods. Recommends approve or disapprove requests for Naval Occupational Billet Code (NOBC) qualification. Order writing, personnel tracker, statistics, sailor advocate (travel guidance, medical issues, extensions, benefits). Navy Mobilization Processing Site (NMPS) procedures and training for mobilizing /demobilizing Navy personnel. Command Fitness Leader ensured members maintained height/weight and physical fitness standards, conducted bi-annual testing for evaluation.
$750/mo - $945/mo
Supervisor: CDR Chris Murphy, USN
10/2010- 10/2011, Planner for J1 Directorate
US Forces, Afghanistan, 75hrs/wk
Plans and Operations section leader. Strategic planner for United States Forces military population in Afghanistan. HR representative for personnel accountability, managed database with theater roster.
Supervisor: COL Christopher Crate, USA
DSN – 318-***-****
07/2009 –12/ 2011, Instructor, 40hrs/wk
Proficient in using the role-play instructional methodology to satisfactorily modify student behaviors using appropriate questioning techniques, authorized physical and psychological pressures and assigned standardized operating procedures to guide students in the appropriate use and application of required captivity survival and resistance skills and strategies. Code of Conduct instructor in excellent physical and mental condition, demonstrates an innate sense of integrity and commitment to the safe preparation of combat aircrew for successful and honorable recovery and return from isolated hostile environments.
Supervisor – Ned Floehter, Susan Young
April 2005 – June 2007, Keller Williams Real Estate, Agent, Client Care Coordinator
2271 Wilma Rudolph Blvd, 40hrs/wk
Clarksville, Tn 37040
Enacted extensive documentation entailed in real estate transactions. Maintained detailed records for multi-million dollar agent, ensured repairs completed according to customer satisfaction prior to closing and transfer of ownership. Created and updated multiple websites and advertising publications containing pictures and descriptions of properties for sale. Scheduled closings, showings, agent meetings, open houses, walk thrus and inspections. Coordinated construction of new homes, handled contractor requirements, maintained client confidentiality and ensured total client satisfaction.
Supervisor: Valerie Hunter Kelly
April 2001 – May 2004, Division Officer, Instructor, Training Safety Officer
Naval Aviation Schools Command
181 Chambers Ave Suite C, Pensacola, Fl 32508
Organized, personable leader of 30 high-risk training instructors. Maintained safety records, instructor training jackets and conducted routine inspections ensuring three years of mishap free training. Scheduled safety/mishap drills to enhance response procedures, provide training and evaluate division performance in event of a mishap. Ensured standardization of training and strict adherence to curricula for ultimate safety assurance. Trained over 3000 students annually in Basic Water Survival, Land Survival and Physical Fitness. Planned, scheduled, arranged and coordinated details of annual health and fitness symposium. As president of committee, conducted monthly meetings to monitor progress of scheduling speakers, requesting lodging for speakers and attendees, arranging site details and ordering amenities, publishing handouts/training aids, and attaining approval for education credits. Over 400 military and civilian health professionals attended a 4-day symposium to learn innovative techniques to improve the overall health of clients and patients while earning 32 available continuing education credits. Command Fitness Leader, encouraged and mentored individuals in the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Organized bi-annual fitness test achieving 50% decrease in failure rate. Provided fitness routines and dietary information and education for individuals requesting or requiring assistance in attaining Navy standards. Maintained records in online database accessed Navy-wide, in compliance with OPNAV Instruction.
Supervisor: CDR John Jenista
April 1998 – April 2001, S-3B NFO, ASO, Personnel Officer, Education Services Officer (ESO)
Sea Control Squadron 22
Unit 60130, FPO AA 34099 – 6501
Aviation Safety Officer investigated 3 aviation mishaps and submitted reports, which described mishap in detail and established causal factors. Authored 32 Hazard Reports (hazrep) explaining events that could have resulted in mishaps. Reports submitted to Naval Safety Center contained conclusions, causal factors, preventative measures and endorsements. Maintained strict concept of privilege policies regarding interviews of individuals and data gathered during mishap and hazrep investigations. Hazreps contributed to community awareness and reduced potentiality of mishaps and hazards. Accumulated 1100 hours of flight time in S-3B Viking including 20 hours combat flight time. Member of select group of NFOs chosen to test and evaluate advanced equipment designed to improve airframe capability and extend service life. Successfully advanced 4 sailors into Officer Education programs as ESO.
Supervisor: CDR Charles Tamblyn
March 1997 – April 1998, NFO, S-3B Viking Student
Sea Control Squadron 41
PO Box 357098, NAS North Island, San Diego, Ca 92135 – 7098
Trained in Undersea Warfare, Surface Warfare, tactics, weapons utilization and deliver, type-specific equipment (Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar, Surface Search Radar, Electronic Warfare detection and recognition) strategy, function, communication and navigation for the S-3B Viking.
Supervisor: Student Control Officer
June 1995 – March 1997, Student Naval Flight Officer
Training Wing 6
390 San Carlos Rd, Suite G, Pensacola, Fl 32508 – 5503
Basics of flight, landing pattern, navigation, aerobatics, basic air navigation, T-34 systems, meteorology, flight publications, emergency procedures, airways navigation, instrument navigation, air combat maneuvering and visual navigation flights in the T-34, T-39, T-1A and T-2C.
Supervisor: Student Control Officer
June 1993 – June 1995, Training and Safety Department Intern
City of Columbus, Division of Water
910 Dublin Rd, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Introduced and configured database to compile and track employee training to comply with OSHA standards and requirements. Notified managers of employee technical and safety training expiring and needing renewal, introduced employees to developmental programs enhancing management skills and interaction with customers, interacted with OSHA to ensure requirements and standards met and maintained.
Supervisor: Ken Smith, 614 – 645 – 8270
Kaplan University, Masters in Management and Human Resources. Expected completion 2013.
Licenced Real Estate Agent, Nashville School of Real Estate, 2005
Certificate of Completion, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Ca, Aviation Safety Officer Course, 2000
Bachelor of Science, Zoology, 1995, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio,
Diploma 1989, Teays Valley High School, Ashville, Oh 43103
American Red Cross Instructor – CPR for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid, Workplace Training, Community FA/CPR, Lifeguarding, Sports Safety.
Certified Personal Trainer – Cooper Institute, Houston, Texas.
Madd Dog Athletics – Spinning Instructor, 3 yrs experience
Anti-Terrorism Awareness Course
Reserve Officer Leadership Course
Navy Reserve Unit Management Course
Defense Meritorious Service Medal 2011
Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal (3) 1998, 2001, 2004
Joint Meritorious Unit Award 2011
Navy Unit Commendation Medal 1999
Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (2) 1999, 2001