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Management Professional, with extensive experience in organizational leadership, operational and tactical planning, and personnel supervision, seeking a challenging University Academic Advisor assignment
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, upcoming Bachelor of Business Administration in Management, with Human Resources Management concentration, and in-depth military training gained during career involvement with the United States Army
Military background serving in multiple Intelligence-based assignments with key responsibilities for training, advising and assisting individuals in achieving goals; exceptional strengths in communication, building outstanding teams, and continually utilizing well-honed capabilities for assessing and resolving issues and developing forward-thinking strategic planning
Consistently demonstrate lead-by-example approach to training and mentoring individuals; employ sound judgment and decision-making developed during successful completion of multiple complex assignments and continually reinforce importance of delivering insightful, effective and efficient solutions
Highly skilled in collaboratively interfacing with multiple organizations, developing interaction and planning that supports achieving mutually-beneficial goals
Demonstrable expertise and capabilities in planning, coordinating and facilitating interconnected activities toward achieving positive outcomes, meeting organizational taskings and ensuring alignment with upper management directives and commonly accepted Standard Operating Procedures
U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC) Headquarters/Headquarters Battalion (HHBn), Fort Shafter, HI 2013 2015
Advised/mentored 12 battalion staff personnel on training programs/military decision-making process; directed Operational Security (OPSEC) for 551 service members/450 civilians, conducted in-/out-processing and OPSEC briefings at 4-Star HQ, and coordinated interaction between HHBn/USARPAC staff personnel during annual Theater Operation Inspection Program (OIP), including synchronizing inspections/commanders out-brief.
Adroitly managed Combined Federal Campaign/Army Emergency Relief actions, analyzed activities and recommended efficiency/effectiveness changes while serving as Battalion special project officer, and designed/implemented new HHBn Mission Essential Task List that aligned with DOA doctrine/principles.
Future Operation Intelligence Planner
USARPAC, Main and Contingency Command Post, Fort Shafter, HI 2011 2013
Developed intelligence support requirements for joint exercises in Asia-Pacific region; participated in Future Operations (FUOPS)/Plans Operational Planning Teams (OPTs) to assure incorporation of intelligence assessments into USARPAC Supporting Plans to Pacific Command (PACOM) and Operational Plans (OPLANS).
As member of Joint Effects Working Group (JEWG) and Joint Effects Coordination Board (JECB) ensured intelligence assessment interfaced with lethal/non-lethal operations, i.e. Information Operations, Public Affairs and Cyberspace, among others; also that intelligence assessments were synchronized and focused on achieving Commander s objectives.
Skillfully aligned workflow requirements/staff resources, provided advisement to senior leadership on force protection/strategic objectives assessment during exercises, and expertly planned joint exercises with foreign military to assure continual partnership in region; developed planning checklist to optimize execution of joint exercises.
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Aerial Reconnaissance Support Team OIC
Task Force ODIN, 21st Cavalry Brigade (Air Combat), III Corps, Fort Hood, TX/Iraq 2010 - 2011
For Task Force, oversaw Intelligence/Surveillance/Reconnaissance (ISR) operations; ensured timely/accurate dissemination of information to units from eight ISR platforms and cultivated relationships with unit collection managers to ensure cohesive target development for successful utilization by Iraqi courts.
As SME, briefed/promoted Task Force Counter Improvise Explosive Device (C-IED) ISR best practices and provided solutions to unit s C-IED missions; on daily basis coordinated use of ISR assets with unit C-IED route clearance patrols.
Steered work performance of multi-cultural force consisting of military personnel, DOA civilians and DOD contractors; was successful in integrating fire/maneuver/intelligence/airspace control systems into Division command/control capabilities.
Successfully captured 200 high-value-targets as a result of carefully managing/disseminating particularly time-sensitive intelligence; provided briefing to incoming senior leadership, including Congressional members, officers and senior project managers, on unit tactics/strategies/operations along with mission accomplishments.
Battalion Intelligence Officer (S2)
1-12 Combat Arms Battalion, 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, TX/Iraq 2008 - 2010
Developed tactical support documents, incorporating multi-discipline intelligence, to provide timely/accurate intelligence for battalion commander supporting full-spectrum operations; collaborated with company intelligence/HUMINT collection teams/other intelligence gathering units to provide intelligence/production requirements to higher leadership.
Facilitated 20+ weekly intelligence/fusion/targeting meetings, managed activities with internal/external intelligence assets and agencies, assisted Iraq Army unit with intelligence advisement, mentorship and training, and oversaw activities of 30-person intelligence section tasked to analyze, exploit and disseminate daily intelligence.
Assistant Brigade Intelligence Officer
Headquarters, 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, TX/Iraq 2006 - 2008
Expertly collected/analyzed/disseminated intelligence to four combat battalions; presented operational statistical analysis briefings to senior leadership/VIPs, collaborated with multiple units to provide intelligence/targeting information, and was accountable for equipment valued at $2M at multiple Iraqi locations.
Served a Military Iraq Transition Team attached to an Iraqi Light Infantry Brigade as intelligence advisor/trainer, and was an advisor and mentor to a Battalion S2 supporting annual training event, providing lessons learned during earlier Iraqi deployment in conjunction with feedback/recommendations on improving S2 section as well as individual proficiencies.
Battalion Intelligence (S2) & Force Protection Officer
1-33 Field Artillery Battalion, 1st Infantry Division, Bamberg, Germany/Iraq 2003 2006
Developed/briefed battalion and battery commanders on existing threats/trends targeting Coalition Forces; was charged with planning/supervising day-to-day FOB force protection projects.
Designed local national badging screening process for FOB Summerall, Iraq, following in-depth screening/background investigations of local citizens working at Base; also coordinated threat vulnerability assessment of Summerall that enhanced force protection visibility in the command; favorable response resulted in receiving commendable ratings during Joint Staff Integrated Vulnerability Assessment Inspection.
Oversaw work performance of three-person intelligence section that provided daily intelligence briefings for five companies; also maintained 350+ military personnel security clearances.
Between 2002-2003 served as Battery Executive Officer (XO) with the HHC/B Battery, 1-33 Field Artillery Battalion,1st Infantry Division in Bamberg, Germany, and between 2001-2002 was a Platoon Leader for B Battery, 1-33 Field Artillery Battalion, 1st Infantry Division, Bamberg Germany and Macedonia
Texas State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, TX
Bachelor of Business Administration in Management, Human Resource Management Concentration
Graduation expected December 2018
Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, Texas State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, TX,2000
Field Artillery Officer Basic Course, Army Instructor Training Course, Safety Officer Course, Military Intelligence Captains Career Course, Counter Intelligence Officer Course, Counter Intelligence/Human Intelligence Operations Management Course, Anti-terrorism Officer Basic Course, United Nation Military Officer Contingency Course
Distributed Common Ground System-Army Course
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I am extremely interested in being considered for the Academic Advisor (here, Rodolfo, you could change the title of the job to tailor this cover letter to align with the position you are interested in) position available with your organization, and am submitting my resume for review. I believe you will find my background strongly matches the requirements of this position. In particular, with long-term experience gained during many years of military command positions and successfully meeting multiple managerial and leadership assignments, I am well-versed in directing people and processes, meeting organizational standards and guidelines, and achieving objectives.
Key career contributions and highlights include:
B.S. in Criminal Justice, upcoming B.S. in Management, with Human Resources Management concentration, and in-depth, high-level military training gained during career involvement with the United States Army
An exceptionally strong and detailed military background serving in multiple Intelligence-based assignments with key responsibilities for training, advising and assisting individuals in achieving mission objectives nd goals
Outstanding strengths in communicating, building successful teams, and continually utilizing well-honed capabilities for assessing and resolving issues and developing forward-thinking strategic planning
Utilizing a lead-by-example approach to training and mentoring individuals; employ sound judgment and decision-making developed during successful completion of multiple complex assignments and continually reinforce importance of delivering insightful, effective and efficient solutions
Ability to collaboratively interface with multiple organizations and develop interactions that support attainment of mutually-beneficial outcomes
I am committed to obtaining the highest levels of quality and compliance with critical governing directives, policies and procedures and I am confident in my ability to deliver immediate and long-term results. You will find me to be a performance-driven leader and collaborative team player focused on achieving and surpassing goals.
I am eager to discuss how my qualifications match your needs, and look forward to interviewing with you at your earliest convenience. In advance, I thank you for your time and consideration.
Rodolfo Capetillo, Jr.
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