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0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Country of Citizenship: United States

Security Clearance: Secret

Position Title:

Vacancy Announcement:


Core Competencies


Logistics, Staff Management, Operations Management, Leadership, Transportation Coordination, Cargo/Freight Shipment Marking, Regulatory Requirement Compliance, Freight/Cargo Inventory, Automated Data Terminal Equipment, Documentation Preparation, Personnel Management, Movement Tracking System (MTS), Defense Tracking System (DTS), Commercial Tracking Systems, Logistics Support Agency (LOGSA), Logistic Information Warehouse (LIW), Defense Transportation Reporting and Control System (D-TRACS)), In-Transit Visibility (ITV) Servers, Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE), Cost Analysis, Equipment Resourcing, Inventory Management, OSHA Regulations, EEO, MS Office, AS400, IS400, Lean Six Sigma, Sales Management


Professional Experience


MONTH 2012 Present

United States Army National Guard

Birmingham, AL

Hours Worked per Week: 100

Salary: $87,500 Annually

Supervisor: Mike Smith Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact


Effectively hire over 40 applicants annually for duty with the Alabama Army National Guard with zero losses; also executed over 75 sales presentations and maintained contact with 83% of targeted market share leads. Trained 100+ soldiers resulting in 75% Y-O-Y mission growth.


Skillfully maintain network of parents, educators and community officials in region supporting the awarding of #1 Recruiter for five consecutive years; utilize market research/analysis to identify successful recruiting techniques and continually analyze management data to assess performance of subordinate and make any needed sales technique adjustments. Leverage skills in interpersonal relationship development to interface with local radio/television/newspapers concerning recruiting activities and regularly conduct formal/informal interaction at various civic/service organizations and student bodies regarding the advantages of service with the U.S. Army.


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Maintain hard-copy as well as electronic files on current/prospective soldiers; utilize Army Recruiting Information Support system (ARISS). Manage continual flow of newly-enlisted soldiers, provide pre-basic training information concerning success as a soldier, and accurately/efficiently achieve deadlines while managing 120+ soldiers. Between 2015-2016 was an OCR Instructor of Military Science at the University of Alabama Birmingham


June 2001 Present

United States Army

Reading, PA

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Battalion Movement NCO/Transportation Logistics Manager

Expertly coordinate transport capabilities to meet all movement mission assignments. Diligently label freight shipments in alignment with regulations, document/inventory freight shipments of all types, and skillfully utilize automated data terminal equipment to prepare needed documentation/correspondence for moving freight to final destination, including information regarding type of shipment/mode of travel.


Oversee work performance of subordinates/civilians, providing technical guidance on use of MTS, DTS and commercial tracking systems; serve as Quality Control Senior NCO for Middle East commercial movement contracts, Monitor shipments to ensure accountability and identify/report any problem areas within traffic management system to preclude any future problems, track movement schedules/programs and ensure transport is capable, cost effective and mission appropriate.


Support commodity management with multiple source interfaces including Logistics Support Agency (LOGSA), LIW (Logistic Information Warehouse), MTS, Defense Transportation Reporting and Control System (DTRACS),In-Transit Visibility(ITV) Servers and Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced(PBUSE).


Manage daily work performance and activities of 120 soldiers/civilians to ensure achievement of QA, safety procedures and OSHA Safety Regulations; also, as Senior EEO NCO for Company provided Equal Opportunity and Soldier Fairness guidance to 200+ soldiers/civilians. Beginning in 2004-Present have taught and trained deployment tactics to over 1200 soldiers deploying to the Middle East.


November 2001 October 2017

Lee County Sheriff s Office

Opelika, AL

Hours Worked per Week: 60

Salary: $75,000 Annually

Supervisor: Craig Meadows Phone: 334.749.5651 May Contact

Deputy Sheriff

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Skillfully preserved law and order, prevented crime commission and enforced traffic regulations during county patrol activities; responded to calls regarding fire, accidents, robberies and other misdemeanors/felonies. Developed expertise in working at crime scenes including gathering information, conducting preliminary investigations, collecting evidence, identifying witnesses, performing arrests and providing court testimony.


Interviewed various complainants and provided assistance when possible or directed individuals to appropriate personnel at Office; also escorted prisoners to/from court and other State facilities ensuring proper oversight as well as appropriate care. Maintained proper documentation while serving as custodian for personal property/evidence being held for use in court.


Regularly provided assistance for parents, guardians, students and faculty members concerning problems at school or home, instructed law-related courses and other relevant programs implemented by School Resource Office Unit, and expertly performed duties as assigned by Sheriff/other supervisors while upholding federal/state/county laws.


October 2012 October 2014

United States Army

Birmingham, AL

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Senior Recruiting and Retention NCO (Additional Identifier)

On annualized basis was responsible for prospecting/hiring 40+ applicants into Alabama Army National Guard; recorded zero losses. Performance excellence resulted in being recognized by Governor Robert Bentley for hard work/dedication to recruiting mission and providing community service as the top recruiter in Alabama.


Delivered over 75 sales presentations and maintained contact with 83% of market share; also trained more than 100 future soldiers, resulting in a 75% increase of mission growth for the year. Maintained network of parents, educators and community leaders and was named #1 Recruiter for five years in a row. Skillfully utilized market research to identify successful recruiting techniques based on demographics and designed sales techniques for required training use by new recruiters; also analyzed various management data to evaluate subordinate performance and make any needed field adjustments on sales techniques.


Maintained excellent working relationships with local radio/television/newspapers to support recruiting activities and delivered formal/informal presentations to civic and service organizations as well as student bodies on the advantages of Army service.


Utilized Army Recruiting Information Support System (ARISS) to develop/maintain hard copies and electronic records on current as well as prospective soldiers; also managed continuous flow of newly enlisted soldiers, provided pre-basic training advisement concerning success as a soldier and met all required deadlines while managing 120+ soldiers. Between 2013-2015 served as a Senior Logistics Instructor, Fort McClellan, Alabama.

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December 2010 December 2012

Alabama Army National Guard JFHQ

Montgomery, AL

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Emergency Operations NCO/JOC NCO

During emergency situations assessed information, determined course of action and implemented decisions; provided assistance to state agencies/local governments during actual or impending emergencies/disasters and completed daily tasks that included serious accident/incident reports as well as security/personnel/accountability reports. Also skillfully assessed pending threats/disasters and notified proper authorities concerning needed assistance for prevention or recovery activities.


June 2001 October 2012

United States Army National Guard

Tallassee, AL

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Battalion Movement NCO/Transportation Manager

Held identical responsibilities and duties as for Battalion Movement NCO/Transportation Logistics Manager in Reading, PA, from 2001-Present.


Additionally, was responsible for reviewing daily maintenance reports, providing financial guidance to subordinate units and developing daily briefings to Support Operations OIC regarding cost analysis.


Planned/implemented deployment strategies and contingency plans as required to meet unit missions; also resourced equipment needed for training and managed $20M inventory. Regularly employed the 5 methodologies of organization as well as lean principles in managing operations and utilized MS Excel and AS 400 software.


April 2001 June 2012

Alabama Army National Guard

Alexander City, AL

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Military Police Officer/Squad Leader

During Operation Iraqi Freedom (2009-2010) supported battlefield operations as a Team Leader; was tasked with collecting/analyzing S-2 (sensitive intelligence) while serving as Tactical Operations NCO; assisted Battalion Chief and Company Commander in planning daily missions/personnel movements. Also served as Training NCO with responsibilities for training162 soldiers of the 217th Military Police Company; completed serious incident/accident reports, security/personnel and accountability reports.

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Prepared memoranda, Fragmentation Orders (FRAGO), briefing materials and other products/information required by Command or headquarters personnel. Outlined/implemented Company training/physical fitness program and assisted Operations NCOIC with daily assignments.


June 1998 November 2001

Opelika Police Department

Opelika, AL

Hours Worked per Week: 60

Salary: $70.000 Annually

Supervisor: Cleve Clark Phone: 334.705.5200 May Contact

Police Officer

Authored multiple reports regarding criminal/civil/accident investigations; served subpoenas and warrants, issued citations, and performed traffic control duties as well as investigations of traffic accidents. Delivered rapid and appropriate assistance to other officers/citizens requiring aid, was often called on to deliver testimony in civil/criminal proceedings, and skillfully performed other duties as required for upholding federal/state/local laws and regulations.


April 1994 April 1998

United States Army

Ft. Benning, GA

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Ammunition Supply Specialist

Received/stored/issued conventional ammunition, missiles, rockets, explosives and other related materials; was responsible for maintenance, modification, destruction and demilitarization of ammunition and explosive components. Expertly provided inventory control for ammunition supplies and used computerized automated and manual procedures to account for products.


Became skillful in operating heavy military equipment to move ammunition and provided excellent technical guidance for subordinate soldiers regarding accomplishment of assignments; also assisted in preparing munitions/explosives for transportation.


December 1991 April 1994

United States Navy Reserves

Reading, PA

Hours Worked per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

Boatswains Mate Apprentice

Performed multiple seamanship tasks including loading/unloading cargo, painting/chipping external hull and performing general ship maintenance; assisted in prevention/treatment of diseases/injuries and assisted in caring for service members who were sick or injured, working with Petty Officer on sick call, and responding with emergency medical treatment. Performed multiple medical administrative tasks, including maintaining supply and accounting records and treatment reports.

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Education/Specialized Training/Certifications


Grantham University, Slidell, LA

Masters in Business Administration, 2009


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A


Faulkner University, Montgomery, AL

Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, 2006


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A


Senior Leadership Course, Little Rock, AR, 2016

Senior Leader Course Logistics, Ft. Lee, VA, 2015

Advanced Non-Commissioned Leadership Course, Little Rock, AR, 2014

Recruiting and Retention NCO Course, Little Rock, AR, 2013

Advanced Leadership Courses (Phases2 and 3), Ft. Eustis, VA, 2011

Transportation Management Coordinator Course, Ft. Lee, VA, 2011

Emergency Medical Technician Basic Course, Central Texas College, 2010

Basic Non-Commission Officers Course (Phase 1), Camp Shelby, MS, 2008

Warrior Leadership Course, Camp Shelby, MS, 2008

Military Police Course (Phases 1 and 2), Ft. McClellan, AL, 2007

Ammunition Supply Specialist, Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL, 1994


OSHA General Industry Safety and Health

Hazmat Operations


Awards/Commendations/Professional Affiliations


Logistical Mission Maker Award, 2010-2017

Recognized for leadership excellence as a Logistics Supervisor from Commanding General, 2015-2016

Senior Non Commission Officer of the Year for Outstanding Leadership, 2015-2016

Meritorious Service Medal for Outstanding Leadership in Production, 2015-2016

Logistician of the Year, 2012-2016

OSHA  and HAZMAT Safety Award for Zero Incidents, 2012-2016

Outstanding Leadership Award for Mentoring and Teaching, 2011

Excellence in Combat Award, 2010

Recognized as Top Recruiter of the Year in the State of Alabama by Governor Robert Bentley


Military Officers Association  (MOAA)

Non-Commission Officer Association (NCO)

Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)

Fraternal Order of Police (FOP)

Police Benevolence Association (PBA)



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