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Instructor/Trainer Government Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 61791
Desired Job Location: Dulles, Virginia Date Posted: 6/25/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 50000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Highly talented, results-driven, and
versatile professional powered with
remarkable ability in providing
instruction to students through
coaching, group discussion, lectures,
demonstrations, seminars and workshops
by using media and training aids.
Possess stellar reputation in
establishing effective training and
development programs to optimize
operational efficiency and increase
productivity. Adept at facilitating
training to team members while
maintaining high ethical and quality
standards, professional demeanor, and a
cooperative attitude. Display keen eye
to detail; excel at working with people
of diverse cultures and extremely
capable to multitask in a globally
competitive, challenging, and fast-paced
environment. Willing to travel and
relocate.


Experience:
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

TECHNICAL TRAINING INSTRUCTOR - NON-
INTRUSIVE INSPECTION TECHNOLOGY, INC
(NIITEK), DULLES, VA 2012–PRESENT

Solely facilitate a 40-hour training
session consisting of lectures and
hands-on training concluded by a written
and practical exam. Extensively travel
to off site locations to conduct field
training on system operation,
installation, assembly and subassembly
troubleshooting, including component and
system fault isolation and repair.
Render high level of technical support
to students with a focus on system
readiness and operation. Educate
soldiers to develop their competencies
in utilizing ground penetrating radar
(GPR), and determine if there are
explosives on the route.

Notable Achievements:
- Recognized as subject matter
expert on Husky Mounted Detection System
(HMDS), technical assistance, formal and
informal operator training, leadership
briefing, and technical data collection
- Contributed to the development
of Counter Improvised Explosive Device
(CIED) training lanes to simulate
current battlefield conditions
- Commended for conducting
training that has resulted in hundreds
of pounds of explosives pulled from the
roads

LEAD TRAINER/TECHNICAL WRITER -
INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS SYSTEMS
INTERNATIONAL INC., ROCKY RIDGE, PA
2009–2011

Masterfully led the project at all times
and took the robot through different
phases of government testing throughout
United States. Fulfilled expanded duties
such as a trainer for a small group of
soldiers, field service representatives
(FSRs), and subject matter experts
(SMEs). Demonstrated proficiency in
organizing prototype system for the
Night Vision and Electronic Sensors
Directorate (NVESD).

Notable Achievements:
- Earned distinction as lead
trainer/writer for the Robotic Mounted
Detection System (RMDS) advanced robotic
route clearance vehicle and Autonomous
Navigation System (ANS) navigation
system
- Initiated the development of
supporting level 13 RMDS route clearance
TM, including maintenance schedules,
troubleshooting, and technical drawings
IAW US Army regulations
- Conceptualized and designed
training aids and materials in support
of advanced robotics systems to include
virtual and traditional material IAW US
Army regulations
- Personally chosen to be deployed
as lead trainer of 16 soldiers and on-
site mechanical support to Afghanistan

AUTOMATED LOGISTICAL SPECIALIST, NON
COMMISSIONED OFFICER IN CHARGE - MULTI-
NATIONAL READINESS CENTER (JMRC)
OPERATIONAL GROUP AVIATION DETACHMENT,
HOHENFELS, GERMANY 2005–2009

Generated pre-deployment instruction for
US and collation forces in theater
specific operational tactics. Applied
dynamic leadership talents to a
multinational team to achieve their
highest level of performance. Worked
collaboratively with state agencies
outside of typical federal supply
channels in procuring repair parts for
legacy aircraft. Pivotal in processing
inventories, surveys, and warehousing
documents through warehousing section.
Supervised civilian and soldier
subordinates, prepared work schedules,
and delegated specific duties and
responsibilities. Effectively trained
subordinates in areas of technical
proficiency, environmental safety,
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) regulations,
publications, and professional
development. Spearheaded and mentored
civilian supply personnel in the
establishment and maintenance of supply
and inventory control management
functions. Held responsible for
reviewing and approving quantities of
materials and equipment received against
bills of lading, contracts, purchase
requests, and shipping documents to
ensure accurate accounting processes.

Notable Achievements:
- Functioned as battalion level
senior instructor in small arms and the
only Automated Logistical Specialist,
providing support to a 10-aircraft
Operation Aviation Training Team
- Compiled stock records and other
documents to include inventory, material
control, accounting, and supply reports
for an on-hand stock amounting to more
than $10M
- Allocated Class IX budget
ensuring that all high dollar items for
purchase were within budget constraints
and all turn in items were reconciled to
receive full turn-in credit

Notable Achievements: (Continuation)
- Demonstrated proficiency in
utilizing stock locator system, Unit
Level Logistics System Aviation (ULLS-A
E)
- Conducted extensive research and
causative analysis when stock record
balance discrepancies were identified as
a result of physical inventories,
denials, and reports of surveys
- Adhered strict compliance with
(IAW) Department of Army (DA),
Department of Defense (DOD), local and
foreign country regulations in
unloading, unpacking, inspecting, and
storing incoming supplies and equipment

AUTOMATED LOGISTICAL SPECIALIST, NON
COMMISSIONED OFFICER IN CHARGE - 114TH
STRATEGICAL SIGNAL COMPANY, FORT
DETRICK, MD 2002–2005

Maintained frequent interaction with
various agencies to include the Air
Force, Navy, Marines, and government
service employees dealing with
classified information within a secure
location. Offered technical advice and
assistance regarding receipt, storage,
classification, and disposal of
equipment. Assumed full responsibility
in maintaining the stock locator system
Unit Level Logistical System Ground
(ULLS-G), and administered document
control procedures. Complied with
established procedures and recommended
additions and deletions to authorized
stockage list in performing inventories
and location surveys.

Notable Achievements:
- Drove all efforts to maintain
stock records and other documents, such
as inventory, material control,
accounting, and supply reports for on-
hand stock in excess of $6,000,000
- Optimized operational efficiency
by maintaining an automated and manual
accounting records, posts receipts, and
turn-ins while performing dues-ins and
dues-outs accounting
- Increased productivity and
availability of critical repair parts by
streamlining the warehousing system and
by expertly managing the installation of
organizational equipment
- Entrusted to compute, establish,
and manage the modification to authorize
stock levels and stock codes
- Maintained a secure connection
between the White House and Russia

AUTOMATED LOGISTICAL SPECIALIST -
MILITARY POLICE COMPANY, FORT BRAGG, NC
2000–2002

Analyzed and verified quantities against
bills of lading, contracts, purchase
requests, and shipping documents. Tasked
to unload, unpack, inspect, count,
segregate, and store incoming supplies
and equipment. Carried out prescribed
load list and shop stock list duties in
manual and automated supply
applications.

Notable Achievements:
- Served as integral contributor
in establishing and maintaining stock
records and other documents, such as
inventory, material control, accounting,
and supply reports
- Demonstrated keen expertise in
correcting error and exception documents
- Exemplified comprehensive
experience in maintaining stock locator
system Unit Level Logistical System
Ground (ULLS-G) while administering
document control procedures
- Exhibited superior talents in
processing inventories, surveys, and
warehousing documents


Education:
EDUCATION

Catoctin High School, Thurmont, MD: 2009
| ULLS-A(E) Automated Tech Supply
Commander/Operator Training: Dec 2008
Environmental Compliance Officer
Training: Apr 2007 | HAZ 11 Hazardous
Material Driver Training: Oct 2007



PROFESSIONAL TRAINING & CREDENTIALS

- Spent two years learning route
clearance, the act of looking for
explosives on roads, and robotics while
working as a subcontractor for General
Dynamics and Robotics
- SECRET Security Clearance: Valid
until December 2012
- Stayed abreast with theater
specific threats


Affiliations:
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Skills:
CORE STRENGTHS

- Counter Improvised Explosive
Device (CIED) Training
- Continuous Performance
Improvement
- Instructional Design and
Development
- Learning Goals and Objective
Evaluation
- Employee Progress Testing and
Assessment
- Leadership, Training, and Team
Building
- Strong Analytical and
Organizational Abilities
- Outstanding Presentation and
Negotiation Skills
- Articulate Oral and Written
Communication
- Problem Resolution and Decision-
Making


Additional Information:
MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS

- Inducted into Order of Saint
Michael for contributions to Army
Aviation
- Received Army Commendation Medal
for two successive times for
demonstration of exemplary performance,
dedication, and efficiency
- Performed real world route
clearance missions while deployed with
RMDS



ACTIVITIES

- Selected from thousands of
soldiers to take part in the Army
Entertainment Program, an international
traveling show developed to help
soldiers deal with PTSD and post
deployment issues
- Organized a series or Texas
Hold’em world tournaments throughout
Europe to raise money for various
charities, which was later adopted by
Moral, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) to
be used throughout military
installations in Germany
- Develop and perform a 45-minute
stand-up act


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