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Manager Human Resources

Location:
Florence, SC, 29501
Salary:
Open for Negotiation
Posted:
August 22, 2012

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Summary of Abilities

Experience includes three combat tours in Iraq serving in several leadership roles. Listed below are brief descriptions of the daily duties and scopes as a Senior Human Resources Manager, Platoon Sergeant and Team Leader in the United States Army. In addition to advancing my education, I have strong computer skills to include Microsoft Office programs, Network Administration, basic computer repair and troubleshooting, professional photography, cinematography, video editing and media editing.

US Army experience June 2004 to February 2012

Experience includes three combat tours to Iraq serving in several leadership roles. Listed below are brief descriptions of the daily duties and scopes.

Senior Human Resources Department Manager

As the Senior Human Resources Department Manager Chris maintained all unit records, daily/weekly/monthly/yearly reports, accountability of personnel and government equipment, coordination of training, as well as the unit’s job responsibilities for a 789 staffed battalion. During this period Chris was overall responsible for over $8 million in government equipment, 17 employees, and the accountability of over 500,000 official government documents.

Platoon Sergeant

As a Platoon Sergeant, Chris was directly responsible for the daily/monthly/yearly reports, development of standard operating procedures, enforcing regulation, coordination of training, accountability of personnel, and over $16 million of government equipment. During this time, Chris’ additional duties included Company Safety Officer, Personnel Recovery, Savings Bond Manager, Retention Manager, and served as the unit’s Funeral Detail Subject Matter Expert. As the Platoon Sergeant Chris was responsible for four section leaders, 12 lower level supervisors, and an Airborne Infantry department totaling 33 employees.

Squad Leader

As a Squad Leader, Chris was directly responsible for the daily activities of a nine-man Airborne Infantry squad, as well as the training, preparation of operation orders, scheduling, physical fitness, and the conditioning of his squad members for real world combat missions. As a squad leader he was responsible for $2 million in government equipment.

Team Leader

As a Team Leader, Chris was directly responsible for the daily activities, enforcing standards/regulations, ground navigation, weapons and equipment maintenance, and scheduling of a four man Airborne Infantry team. During this time, he was responsible for $200,000 in government equipment.

Education

Full Sail University February 2011 to Present

Currently pursuing a Bachelors of Science in Digital Cinematography and Entertainment Business (obtained 56 credits)

Wounded Warrior Project November 2011

Computer Technology Certificate (40 Hours)

Army Advanced Leadership Course 2008

Leadership, Management, and Strategic Planning

Other military schools 2004 to 2012

Airborne School, Air Assault School, First Aid, Ground Fighting Techniques, Squad Designated Marksmanship School (Instructor qualified), Army Primary Leadership Development Course, Army Expert Infantryman, Composite Risk Management Course, Commanders Safety Course

Other Skills

Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office programs

Professional photography

Network Administrator

Basic computer repair and troubleshooting

Video editing experience; Final Cut Studio Pro, Motion, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects

Media Editing experience; Adobe Photoshop

Press Releases

Business Proposals

Analytical Reports



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