Geospatial Engineer Supervisor Analyst Instructor - Engineering Resum
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Geospatial Engineer/Supervisor/Analyst/Instructor Resume


Desired Industry: Engineering SpiderID: 50363
Desired Job Location: Woodbridge, Virginia Date Posted: 4/25/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 110000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly motivated professional, offering
extensive experience in management and
geospatial engineering. Equipped with
in-depth knowledge and expertise in
utilizing geospatial analysis tools and
techniques.
Highly analytical and adept at
formulating and implementing effective
problem-solving strategies to resolve
intelligence issues and achieve company
goals.
Excellent in written and verbal
communication, combined with exemplary
work ethic, and able to establish and
foster rapport with students,
instructors, senior NCOs and officers.
Active U.S. government security
clearance holder – TS/SCI/PKI (Dec 2012)
and Counter Intelligence Scope
Polygraph.


Experience:
Non-commissioned Officer-in-Charge, Non-
commissioned Officer Education System
(NCOES)
Military Training Programs Chief
Instructor 2009–Present
United States Army, Fort Belvoir, VA

Maintain full responsibility for
maintenance and accountability of
computer hardware and software worth
$2.5M

- Achieved the NGA NCO of 2nd
Quarter Award in 2009
- Restructured the 2010 plan of
instruction (POI) for ACE evaluation and
accreditation of GE-ALC, GE-SLC, WOBC,
WOAC, and Senior Warrant Officer Staff
Courses that resulted to an additional
college credit for GE-ALC and four
additional college credits for WOAC
- Developed and executed a
certification program aimed to provide
assistance to instructors and students
toward completion of a college degree

Instructor and Geospatial Engineer Small
Group Leader (SGL) 2008–Present
United States Army, Fort Belvoir, VA

- Authored the latest course
instruction material for the Army
writing program and instruction for GE-
ALC
- Provided in-depth background on
battlefield terrain and tactics by
incorporating a staff ride to the
Manassas Battlefield into the course
curriculum of GE-ALC

Senior Geospatial Engineer Sergeant
2005–2008
United States Army, Fort Stewart, GA

- Exhibited exemplary management
style in maintaining equipment worth
more than $30M
- Earned recognition from officers
within the 3rd Infantry Division for
productivity, unit participation, and
actions in Iraq (OIF I, III and V);
receiving the Bronze Star Medal as well
as several commendations and coins

Geospatial Engineer 1997–Present
Platoon Sergeant 1999–2000
United States Army, Fort Bragg, NC

- Facilitated effective training
on live fire exercises, receiving
several commendations from the battalion
commander. Handled the management of
equipment worth more than $10M



EARLIER CAREER

Terrain Analyst 1997–2004
United States Army, Fort Bragg, NC ~
Fort Stewart, GA ~ Camp Howze, Korea

Squad Leader 1992–1998; 2001–2004
United States Army, Fort Carson, CO ~
Baumholder, Germany ~ Camp Howze, Korea

Team Leader 1987–1995
United States Army, Fort Carson, CO ~
Kitzingen, Germany


Education:
Bachelor of Science in Intelligence
Studies with Concentration in
Intelligence Analysis
American Military University, Charles
Town, WV ~ In progress

Coursework in Bachelor of Science in
Computer Science
Grantham University, Kansas, MO ~ 2005

Coursework in General Studies
Fayetteville State University,
Fayetteville, NC ~ 1999

Coursework in Supply Management
Related Courses: Logistics, Motor
Vehicle Repair, and Maintenance
Central Texas College, Killeen, TX ~
1994

Coursework in Human Geography
Pikes Peak Community College, Colorado
Springs, CO ~ 1992


Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION

National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
Chief Instructor / NCOIC of NCOES Title
X
Military Training Programs


Skills:
Teaching Strategies and Learning
Modalities

- Demonstrate effective
instructional teaching techniques on MOS
12Y and 125D Geospatial Engineer
Courses; Geospatial Engineer Advanced
Leaders Course (GE-ALC), Geospatial
Engineer Senior Leaders Course (GE-SLC),
and the Warrant Officer Basic Course
(WOBC)
- Administer course curriculum
development and documentation
- Design and implement advanced
training courses; conduct reviews on
teaching materials and incorporate
appropriate updates
- Render counseling and perform
periodic evaluations of subordinate
instructors and personnel
- Deliver efficient remedial and
supplemental training

Leadership, Training, and Team Building

- Administer proactive leadership
to different levels of officers and
staff including 5 senior non-
commissioned officers in completing
their assigned tasks; directed 4 junior
noncommissioned officers and 31 soldiers
in conducting training, welfare,
counseling, and evaluation for 9
soldiers; perform personnel
administrative duties

Technical Assistance

- Oversee overall technical
operations including collections and
database management efforts, analysis
and synthesis operations, and product
editing and quality control of
Geospatial information products to
provide assistance to the US Army and
its subordinate units


Additional Information:
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Geospatial Engineer Advanced Leaders
Course (GE-ALC) and Senior Leaders
Course (GE-SLC), National Geospatial
Intelligence Agency

Defense Mapping School (Basic Terrain
Analysis Course ~ Physical Geography),
GeoTrans

Geospatial Engineer Basic
Noncommissioned Officer Course ~ Senior
Topographic Analysis Course, Defense
Mapping School

ArcGIS Training (Programming with Python
level I and II ~ Data Production and
Editing Techniques ~ Hydrologic and
Hydrographic Analysis ~ Production Line
Tool Set ~ Spatial Analysis for
Geospatial Intelligence ~ Utilities
Networking ~
Database Creation and Management)

United States Army Military Training
Programs ~ NGA Military Training
Programs

ERDAS IMAGINE Training (Remote Sensing ~
Advanced Remote Sensing ~ Intermediate
Spectral Exploitation and Analysis I ~
Intermediate Spectral Exploitation and
Analysis II)

United States Army School for Geospatial
Intelligence ~ (TerraSuite Training: 3D
Analyst ~ FalconView)
Adobe Photoshop ~ Microsoft Office Suite
[Word ~ PowerPoint ~ Excel ~ Access
(2007)]

Human Geography, Pikes Peak Community
College



AWARDS

Presidential Unit Citation
Personal 3rd Infantry Division Operation
Iraqi Freedom Initial Invasion (OIF)
Iraq 2003
Meritorious Unit Commendation Medal
Personal 24th Infantry Division
Operation Desert Storm
Valorous Unit Award
Operation Desert Storm
The Bronze Star Medal
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF V)
The Army Commendation Medal (5th Award)
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF III)
The Army Commendation Medal (4th Award)
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF I)
The Army Achievement Medal (5th Award)
Various other letters and Certificates
of commendation



TECHNICAL ACUMEN

ArcGIS
Data Production and Editing Techniques
Hydrologic and Hydrographic Analysis
Production Line Tool Set
Spatial Analysis for Geospatial
Intelligence
Utilities Networking
Database Creation and Management
ERDAS IMAGINE
Remote Sensing
Advanced Remote Sensing
Intermediate Spectral Exploitation and
Analysis
FalconView
Adobe Photoshop
Microsoft Office Suite 2007 (Word,
Excel, PowerPoint, and Access)
ENVI
TerraSuite
GeoTrans


Reference:
Available upon request.


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