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Experienced professional seeking to utilize well-honed expertise and diversified skills toward maximizing organizational growth, development and success in a challenging Quality Assurance Management assignment
Written Procedure Preparation
Safe Materials Handling Practices
Safety and Occupational Health Program
Construction Practices Evaluation
Contractor Quality Control
Microsoft Word, Outlook/Outlook Express ~ Spanish Language Novice
Responsible for management of Army Program of Individual Training (ARPRINT) training courses, with oversight responsibilities for all classes and collaborative interface with staff and instructors; provide crucial guidance and advisement to instructors and course managers and develop all needed documentation for senior leadership
Held two major roles simultaneously, as Project Engineer as well as Office Engineer, in emergency response office; oversaw critical emergency construction and other support activities in response to disasters; continually ensured provision of highest levels of Quality Assurance/Control regarding contractor performance and skillfully authored all needed documentation
Provided exceptional Mission liaison/interface, developing crucial reports for District Commander while working within extremely limited timeframes; skillfully utilized experience in dealing with emergency situations to procure potable water, ice, emergency power, temporary roofing, housing and technical assistance; also served as Debris Quality Supervisor with responsibilities for overseeing contractor work performance and assuring proper removal/disposal of all debris from designated areas
During private sector assignment turned around annual $80K loss to approximately $100,000 positive flow; consistently achieved/exceeded quarterly goals as well as monthly sales objectives; was selected to serve as Training Coach and successfully mentored over 45 sales/technicians in seven-year period
United States Army, Fort Lee, VA, Date Present
TASS TTC ARPRINT Site Manager
Provide outstanding support for the Total Army School System (TASS) Training Center (TTC) Army Program of Individual Training (ARPRINT), with oversight responsibilities for scheduled ARPRINT coursework including current as well as upcoming fiscal year.
Continually communicate/coordinate/collaborate with Active Guard Reserve-Civilian (AGR-CIV) full-time staff (FTS), Troop Program Unit (TPU) Cadre on Active Duty for Operational Support Reserve Component (ADOS-RC), and civilian contractors; assure proper orientation/guidance to instructors and course managers (CMs), providing any needed course support in the absence of CMs.
Highly knowledgeable in all aspects of coursework and ensure reporting of TC SITREP STARTEX/ENDEX and Daily Accountable Reports (DARs); verify Cadre attendance and achievement of instructor-student ratio (ISR), and track submission of LSPs, 156-Rs, Course Training Schedules and Deliberate Risk Assessment Worksheets (DRAWs) within allotted timeframes.
Provide orientation to Cadre/support personnel and confirm instructor credentials with CMs; assure instructor understanding of TRADOC Army Enterprise Accreditation Standards (2016) and Quality Assurance requirements.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 2005-Date
Safety Officer (Grade Level E8/GS-12)
Served as Safety and Occupational Health Specialist, with comprehensive responsibilities for advising management on prevailing safety/occupational health requirements/standards/procedures; skillfully interpreted regulations and authored procedures for implementing safety prevention activities.
Continually inspected operations to surface hazardous conditions, implemented safety/occupational health program and assessed construction, materials handling and machine shop operations to identify issues and recommend remediation scenarios.
Was tasked with simultaneous assignments as Project Engineer and Office Engineer supporting activities within emergency response area; managed emergency construction and oversaw contractor work performance, monitored QA and Contractor Quality Control (CQC) documentation, authored memoranda regarding CQC program and regularly inspected construction activities.
Additionally served as Mission Liaison NCO with responsibilities for developing reports as directed by District Commander, typically within narrow timeframes, and managed mission assignments that included providing potable water, ice, emergency power, debris removal/disposal, temporary housing and any needed technical assistance; as Debris Quality Supervisor (DQAS) managed debris removal from designated sites, and assured effective CQC and full compliance with EM 385-1 including that construction operations did not interrupt traffic or present safety hazards.
U.S. Army Reserve, United States Transportation School, New Orleans, LA, 2003-2005
Area Coordinator Supervisor
Was responsible for developing curriculum/materials/equipment for use by 8,000 students/20 instructors, with focus on transportation research; recorded zero accidents during tenure, resolved problems/issues, developed strategic/operational planning for streamlining process and reducing costs, and developed exceptional, productive team.
Designed challenging practical as well as written tests; provided remedial support and successfully achieved 100% pass rate; acknowledgment of performance excellence resulted in being promoted to Supervisor.
Liberty Plus Pest Control, New Orleans, LA, 1997-2003
Managed New Orleans office and oversaw main Baton Rouge branch; monitored daily operations, prepared/met annual budget that included $80K+ cash flow, and successfully reversed $80K annual loss to positive revenues of $100,000; met/exceeded monthly sales objectives and quarterly goals. Designated to serve as Training Manager and successfully mentored over 45 sales/technicians during seven-year period.
Sears Pest Control 1995-1997
Skillfully met all assignments and responsibilities as directed by organizational management.
U.S. Army Active Duty Special Work (ADSW), 1989-1995
Expertly integrated military/local/federal/civilian agencies, i.e. DEA, FBI, Customs, state/local Police, to develop anti-drug program.
Military personnel held major part in successful drug enforcement activities in Louisiana, resulting in positive acceptance by various agencies of military personnel capabilities in employment decision-making.
Concordia University, New Orleans, LA
Degree, Business Administration Major, 2003, 3.5 GPA
Concordia University, New Orleans, LA
Bachelors Degree, Business Administration Major, 2000, 3.6 GPA
Asbestos Supervisor Training
Small Group Instructor Training Course
U.S. Army Instructor Training Advance Course
U.S. Army Instructor Training School, New Orleans, LA
Certificate of Instructor Training
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