Experience Deployed will return 9/•••••/••••• United States Army (National Guard) •••••th ASG (Area Support Group) APO, AE •••••
Deployment Service Experiences: Life Support Officer, Supervisor Supply Systems, LSA Anaconda Supply and Services Division
Base Headquarters (HQ) S••••• Life Support provides logistical support to tenant units and transient personnel on/or passing through LSA Anaconda that require assistance in resolving logistical issues and/or requiring logistical support. The Life Support officer-in-charge (OIC) is responsible for managing the S••••• Life Support section. Such as, developing and maintaining current Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs), planning, managing and coordinating projects tasked to Life Support; providing guidance to the Life Support staff on logistical issues; following-up on open issues timely, escalating unresolved issues to the Director of Logistics Director (DOL), and ensuring customer satisfaction. As a Life Support OIC there are numerous duties that are additional parts of the job. Which are porta-••••• services, generator support, environmental control unit and prime vendor programs. Life Support is responsible for managing the requests of porta •••••s by tenant base units. In reference to the service of the porta •••••s, Life Support is also responsible for the complaints made by soldiers about the cleanliness of the porta •••••s. Along with the service and repair of generators used by the military. The same responsibility is used for the environmental control unit (ECU); as long as the generator or ECU has a government property number in order to service. The prime vendor program is a way for specific parts to be purchased and shipped to Iraq. When a complaint is made about the dumpsters, it is the responsibility of the Life Support section to resolve the problem. Such as, if certain materials are needed, a purchase request and commitment (PR&C) is the form used to purchase material and request labor for base projects. The installation HAZMAT Officer is responsible for any and all HAZMAT issues at LSA Anaconda.
Office of the Adjutant General USPFO-MO Supply Service Analyst ••••• Military Circle Drive Jefferson City, MO •••••
Supervisor : Supply Systems Analyst, Supply and Services Division
Duties: Branch Chief for the Materiel Management Branch, Supply and Services Division of the United States Property and Fiscal Office (USP&FO). The primary purpose of the position is supervision of subordinates and analysis of supply management procedures, services, and directives. Manage the Retail Supply Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS) in the Material Management Branch. Reviews, analyzes, and interpret supply directives and guidelines to formulate and implement effective operating procedures to achieve optimum logistical support.
Develop criteria and administers procedures to affect and ensure the validity of the quality assurance programs within the branch. Perform analysis and assessment of logistical program requirements to eliminate problems and deficiencies. Develop and establish controls to ensure that results of workload requirements identify systemic problems and enhance mission accomplishment. Perform surveys and studies of branch supply operations to determine proper application of improved supply methods. Analyze data input and statistics extracted from data processing systems to assure adequacy and accuracy of products and functions. Determine and analyzes trends in effectiveness and efficiency to be used for improving undesirable conditions, accountability of items, expenditure of funds, and management of resources within the branch. Oversee the preparation of budget estimates and maintenance of funds accounts for the branch. Perform a full range of supervisory personnel functions. Implement accepted provisions of personnel management such as equal employment, merit promotion, career development, performance appraisals, employee counseling, incentive awards and position management. Select or contribute to the selection of subordinates. Listen to employee grievances and deals with union representatives as required. Establish performance standards, authorizes leave and is responsible for time and attendance. Ensure adequate training is available for employees within The branch. Initiate formal requests for personnel actions. Ensure accuracy of position descriptions. Ensure a safe working environment for all employees in accordance with current safety and OSHA requirements/directives. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Office of the Adjutant General ••••• Militia Drive, Jefferson City MO ••••• Plans, Operations, and Training Officer December •••••••••• to June •••••
Duties: Establishes policies, procedures, goals, and objective for the Plans, Training, and Mobilization Directorate Through a wide variety of directives. Establish controls which regulate and coordinate the use of training facilities. Provide security, regulations, and scheduling of range facilities, air space, airfields, and landing zones. Oversee the overseas Deployment Training Program for soldiers. Direst the development of budget programs to support, and oversee the administration of site support. Provide overall supervision of personnel assigned to the Directorate of plans, training, and mobilization of soldiers. Negotiate with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) through the Department of Army Regional Representative.
Missouri Department Of Corrections Corrections Caseworker I August ••••• to December •••••
Duties: Administrative Segregation Unit, supervising over two hundred offenders. As the Reception/Orientation Unit caseworker at Tipton I was responsible for all offenders entering Tipton Correctional Center. While in these positions I conducted and fulfilled the job duties as outlined in the job description. Certified instructor for Restorative Justice, and Impact of Crime on Victims. Assumed the responsibility as drug testing coordinator; Breaking Barriers/Anger Management coordinator/monitor; Certified •••••steps Instructor, Emergency Squad member; researched files for verification and review of historical records and all other duties assigned or necessary to complete my job assignment.
Missouri Department of Corrections Restorative Justice Specialist/ Regional Coordinator. December ••••• to November •••••
Duties: Assist in the development of a plan to educate all staff within the region regarding the departmental philosophy of restorative justice principles and practices. Work in cooperation with departmental staff including the Division of Probation and Parole, Adult Institutions and Offender Rehabilitative Services to develop a plan unique to each district to implement of restorative justice principles. Provide assistance to regional staff in maintaining relationships conducive to restorative justice practices with local law enforcement, prosecuting attorneys, courts, community organizations and victim groups. Provide and coordinate ongoing training to regional staff on issues of victims and restorative justice. I have developed and written departmental policies for drug testing of offenders, Restorative Justice contract policy, Restorative Justice policy, and assisted in writing Impact of Crime on Victims Policy. Developed a tracking system to maintain data regarding restorative practices and other duties as necessary for this position. I posses working knowledge of state and federal laws, regulations and criminal court procedures. I posses outstanding communication, organizational, Administrative/managerial skills as well as excessive knowledge of policy and procedure. The ability to train and direct staff by verbal and written form and maintain a working relationship with the courts, institutional officials, social agencies and the general public; and to make decisions based upon sound judgment and insight with emphasis on restorative justice issues. In part duties as follows: Analyzes and advises on transportation considerations relative to the supplies, and personnel for Restorative justice projects. Develop Maintain, and exercises the commercial traffic for restorative justice projects for victim organizations. Plan, as well as training restorative justice program managers, as related transportation of Community service impact of crime on victims program. As required, with the preparation of the commercial transportation for large Restorative Justice Projects, for the Director of the Department of Corrections. Analyzes traffic data and plan suggested routes for movement of materials used for restorative justice projects. Suggest potential improvement; identifies economic and efficient uses of transportation; and projects transportation requirements. Responsible for budgetary and financial planning data in Restorative Justice Program. Manages the unit transportation budget associated with commercial carriers. Ensure that traffic management and transportation services required supporting the program. Responsible for Reconcile Commercial Bills of Lading to verify receipt and shipment of equipment and supplies for victim organizations. Develop departmental policies and procedures to support the economical movement of materials from vendors. Interprets and enforce Federal, state, and local regulations concerning the movement of hazardous materials donated from private organizations. Responsible for the supervision over subordinate employees. Responsible for the development performance standards and evaluates subordinates accordingly. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Missouri Department of Corrections Jefferson City, MO August ••••• December •••••
Have held numerous positions within the department at various correctional institutions to include Corrections Case Worker I, Corrections Officer II, and Corrections Officer I. To include ••••• years of direct supervision of staff.
Wal-Mart Jefferson City, MO
Department Manager••••• Years
Duties: Grocery Department Manager, heavy equipment operator, inventory control to include ordering stock, customer services and security control with the supervision of ••••• staff.
Masters in Criminal Justice Administration (••••• Graduate)
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration (l••••• Graduate)
Associate Degree in Criminal Justice (l••••• Graduate)
Central Missouri State University Warrensburg, Mo ••••• Lincoln University Jefferson City, MO ••••• Major: Criminal Justice in l••••• B/A Related Courses: Social Science Lincoln University Jefferson City, MO ••••• Major: Criminal Justice in l••••• A/A Related Courses: Social Science
Southwest Missouri State University Springfield, MO ••••• Major: Criminal Justice in ••••• Related Courses: Social Science Caledonia High School, Caledonia, MO ••••• Graduate
Special Qualifications United States Army Certified Instructor Army ATRRS Certified (Army Training Requirements Resources System) Army AFCOS Trained (Automated Funds Control Orders System) Army Class V Management Course Certified HAZMAT Certified for Transportation of Materials and Ammunition. RASAC I Counselor for drugs and alcohol NIC Certified Instructor for Restorative Justice. NIC Certified Instructor for Impact of Crime Classes