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Country of Citizenship: United States
70% Disability for Federal Employment
Job Title: Supervisory Mobility Transportation Specialist
Department: Veterans Administration
Agency: Veterans Transportation Program of the Business Office Service
Job Announcement Number:
Interdepartmental Professional/Administrative Liaison, Veteran Transportation Program Management, Beneficiary Travel/Special Mode Transportation, Highly Rural Transportation Grants (HRTG), Transportation Resource Network Development, Collaborative Agreements and Memoranda of Understanding Development, VAMC Leadership/Management Transportation Program Advisement, Program Administration/Management, Routing/Urgent/Emergency Transportation Scheduling, Resource Allocation, Program Development, Fund Control Point Management, Inter-Service Collaboration, Community Resource Development, Internal/External Agency Coordination, Analytical Assessment
Veteran, U.S. Coast Guard
August 2014 Present
Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health Care System
Hours per Week: N/A
Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A
Veterans Transportation Supervisor
Successfully collaborate with System s Mobility Manager Supervisor in meeting array of Veterans Transportation Program (VTS) assignments, including establishing professional as well as administrative liaison relationships with other services and managing special mode and rural transportation issues. Serve as primary medical center representative to state transportation departments, regional government agencies involved with meeting transportation needs, i.e. Area Councils of Government, Area Agencies on Aging, Veteran Service Organizations and Veterans Transportation Community Living Initiative Grantees among others, and local agencies/transportation providers, to develop transportation resource network for VA beneficiaries utilizing collaborative agreements and Memoranda of Understanding.
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Developed effective route stops and various Memoranda of Understanding with local agencies and continually provide strong advisement to Texas Valley leadership on multiple aspects of exceptionally complex transportation situations. Early in tenure with organization designed/implemented crucial improvements to transportation system in response to such identified problems as no routes being established, buses being parked and not moving, and that drivers had not been hired.
Expertly utilize in-depth administrative knowledge combined with strong managerial capabilities in supporting transportation services for veterans with physical/mental health needs, including scheduling routine/urgent/emergency transportation for individuals. Consistently demonstrate skills resource allocation, program development, beneficiary travel and special mode transportation; provide fund control point management to assure availability of all needed equipment, Motor Vehicle Operator uniforms and comprehensive maintenance of transportation system.
June 2014 August 2014
U.S. Fish & Wildlife
Hours per Week: N/A
Supervisor: Leo Gustafson Phone: 956.245.9426 May Contact: N/A
Multiple Project Manager
In this temporary assignment following retirement from Coast Guard and based on funding allocation, provided excellent management and oversight of work performance for four-person staff in performing array of tasks as assigned by unit management.
United States Coast Guard Experience
May 2010 September 2010
Shoal Cove, AK
Hours per Day: 10
Supervisor: N/A (Retired) Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A
Chief Machinery Technician
Effectively met wide array of management responsibilities regarding shut-down activities for Station; also resolved multiple facility problems/issues, ensured that HAZMAT inventories were accurate and that appropriate closure requests had been forwarded to EPA to gain needed permits. Diligently met air quality permit requirements and executed all needed site safety
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function inspections as well as daily site safety meetings, forwarding any incident reports to management.
Steered work performance of nine individuals at A/B/C levels as well as lead technicians, assured operational capabilities of vehicle fleet, and implemented business strategy while analyzing financial information to develop plans/policies/budgets to increase profits and improve services.
Oversaw Government Motor Vehicle Program including array of vehicle administrative activities such as maintaining monthly mileage/maintenance records and uploading into Government Maintenance software; also prepared/submitted budget for approval and established departmental goals that aligned with performance objectives set by Division leadership. Additionally was responsible for maintaining credit card statements, performing vehicle safety inspections, monitoring personnel work performance and interacting regularly with other agencies.
Also collaborated with GSA fleet service managers in shipping GSA-owned vehicles from Ketchikan, AK, to Seattle, WA; reviewed and approved vehicle expenses or referred to appropriate approval level as needed. Served as loadmaster for cargo shipments to Ketchikan, other Coast Guard units and charitable organizations in cooperation with The Boat, base support unit cranes and Coast Guard C-130 logistical flights.
July 2007 May 2010
Engineering Department Auxiliary Division
Hours per Day: 16 underway / 8 while in port
Supervisor: Nikolas Anderson Phone: 206.291.6248 May Contact: N/A
Chief Machinery Technician
Skillfully assumed crucial auxiliary/damage control responsibilities by developing staff of ten enlisted personnel while mentoring four junior officers. As Engineering Officer, managed maintenance shop operations and reported performance to leadership; also developed recommendations for process/program changes to improve efficiencies. Daily responsibilities included supervising technicians, resolving various problems/issues and providing coaching/counseling for technicians on performance including determining any needed corrective actions. Application of leadership skills resulted in exceptionally successful transitioning of casualty-plagued Division into fully operational and highly motivated shop and crew within two weeks.
Additional involvements included providing exceptional service as CGC ACTIVE s Spanish translator during JIATF South deployment, having major input into capturing four go-fast boats and seizing $200M+ in cocaine and being acknowledged for performance and service excellence by being awarded the Coast Guard Achievement Medal (Gold Star in Lieu of a Third).
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June 2003 May 2007
United States Coast Sector Houston-Galveston
Hours per Day: 10
Supervisor: Todd Gatlin Phone: 202.372.4452 May Contact: N/A
Machinery Technician Chief Petty Officer (MKC) Machinery Technician First Class (MK1)
Following initial assignment as MK1 and demonstrating exceptional work-performance proficiency, was promoted to MKC with responsibilities for leading 11-personnel Engineering Department staff including performing transitions and ensuring continual operational readiness of sector; utilized written as well as verbal communication with contractors/suppliers to ensure organizational requirements were met. Gained in-depth experience in managing multi-location fleet and maintaining vehicle facility, including ensuring delivery of all needed high-security procedures. Additionally, assessed capital asset program investment supporting core Federal Government mission functions and projected returns on investment that were equal to/better than other public resources.
Skillfully oversaw vehicle maintenance program, fuel mileage program and fuel credit cards, with zero discrepancies; also procured license plates, analyzed fleet equipment lifecycles, developed replacement recommendations for GSA, and collaborated with various government agencies in identifying various causes for transportation accidents. Successfully ensured strict adherence to all time schedules and route assignments to transport CG inspectors to various oil and gas refineries along Houston shipping channel.
Was responsible for saving substantial Coast Guard repair costs by developing multiple criteria, application instructions and procedure manuals that identified repair trends and supported scheduling of preventive as well as corrective maintenance for fleet vehicles. Supervised personnel work performance to assure safety, efficiency and timeliness and oversaw all repair work scheduling to control/reduce productivity losses.
Recognition of demonstrated commitment, dedication and work ethic resulted in being selected as sector Sailor of the Quarter for 2005.
Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (DASA-ESOH)
Safety Coordinator OSHA, DOT
40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Certified
Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Coordinator Certified
Emergency Medical Technician
Certified Spanish Translator
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Alco Diesel Engines
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Detroit Diesel Engine
Respirator Clearance and Heavy Equipment Certified: Manlift, Forklift, and Front Loader
Coast Guard Certified Law Enforcement Boarding Team Member
Vehicle Superintendent-Vehicle Manager.
Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Academy (leadership)
Good Conduct Medals (8)
Multiple Letters of Commendation
Achievement Medals (5)
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