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Senior Program Manager Resume


Desired Industry: Information Technology SpiderID: 73252
Desired Job Location: Hillsboro, Oregon Date Posted: 8/14/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 150000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:

Dynamic and goal-driven professional,
with more than 20 years of experience in
developing and integrating tactical
initiatives

leading to operational efficiencies in
the areas of logistics, distribution,
logistics, program administration,
transportation,

and materiel management.

Displays exceptional leadership skills
in establishing exceptional teams to
achieve corporate goals and objectives.
Exhibits

excellent skills at ensuring timely
completion of assigned tasks, with
adeptness at handling programs while
executing innovative

and cost-effective strategies to obtain
optimal results. Shows proficiency with
verifiable multi-site operations and

multinational workforce relations;
complemented with well-honed decision-
making, communication, analytical,
technical, and

interpersonal skills. Excels in
multitasking within fast-paced
environments. Possesses a Secret
Security Clearance.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

144TH FIGHTER WING, FRESNO, CA, USA
Director of Inspections–Air National
Guard ? Jun 2013–Present
- Guarantee the clarity and
accuracy in delivering complex ideas in
both oral and written forms to comply
with all

advanced compliance regulation
requirements
- Complete Root Cause
Analysis/Problem-solving responsibility
and corrective action processes for six
Command Groups in

the 144th Fighter Wing
- Exemplified exceptional critical
thinking and decision-making skills in
creating innovative solutions to complex
policy

and regulation requirements
- Directed the implementation of
the cultural effects on military
operations and security matters during
intensive

emergency exercises
- Successfully trained 42
inspectors for implementations of
changes to policies and regulations;
recognize opportunity and

risk for possible worldwide threats
through preparation of exercise
simulations

144TH FIGHTER WING, FRESNO, CA, USA
Logistics Readiness Squadron Commander–
Air National Guard ? Dec 2011–Jun 2013
- Rendered oversight to the daily
operations in the fuels management
flight; vehicle management flight;
materiel

management flight; deployment and
distribution flight; and the operations
compliance function
- Directly supervised more than
100 personnel in complying with Air
Force and technician personnel
regulations
- Established and monitored the
training for various disciplines by
utilizing several networks to guarantee
the

preparation of airman for the mission
- Developed the curriculum and
simulation tools for several disciplines
to comply with the skill requirements
for mission

accomplishment
- Oversaw all agency operational
budgets of more than $2.4M in stock
funds and $210K operations and
maintenance

requirements
- Monitored the professional
training of 48 personnel for worldwide
deployments, as well as, the processing
of more than

5,000 short tons of cargo and 300
personnel for three major exercises
- Managed all the California state
assets, such as the logistics United
States Property & Fiscal Office;
administered the

report of survey program that was
directly presented to the California
state headquarters
- Performed effective preparation
of the squadron for the 2012 Compliance
Unit Inspection and Logistics Compliance

Assessment Program (LCAP) which required
strict adherence to regulations;
successfully received outstanding marks
on the

squadrons compliance
- Expertly spearheaded the
California planning process for Joint
Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and
Integration to

enable forward deployment of more than
1,500 US Army personnel in responding to
state and national emergencies through
the use

of an inter-service systems for rapid
crisis response

56TH AERIAL PORT SQUADRON, MARCH AIR
RESERVE BASE, CA, USA
Air Force Reserve—Aerial Port Squadron
(APS) Commander/Operations Officer - Oct
2009–Dec 2011
- Guided the performance of 187
air transportation specialists, 2
officers and administered $1.2M worth of
Air Force

equipment
- Led the movement of more than
5,000 passengers as well as 8,000 tons
of cargo on 1,700 aircraft, consequently
receiving

an Air Force/Air Force Reserve Command
(AFRC)-level National Defense
Transportation Award
- Spearheaded the professional
training of 180 personnel on individual
tasks to improve the proficiency in
individual

career fields for advancement
- Displayed exceptional skills in
managing a new instructional system for
newly required mission skill sets while
ensuring

compliance of all personnel with
publication changes required by the Air
Force doctrine
- Directly supported 1,563
aircraft that moved 65,000 troops and
2,581 tons of cargo during 1 Marine
Expeditionary Force

(MEF) deployment
- Successfully prepared the unit
for the Logistics Compliance Assessment
Program inspection by bringing
operational

processes into compliance and
exemplifying keen attention to detail;
thereby achieving an overall outstanding
rating for the key

unit

ADVANCED MAINTENANCE AND MUNITIONS
OPERATIONS SCHOOL, NELLIS AIR FORCE
BASE, NV, USA
Weapons School Instructor/Curriculum
Designer–ICF International - Jun 2008–
Dec 2011
- Formulated a detailed curriculum
for student training, ensuring its
compliance with the Higher Headquarters
requirements
- Authored and published tactics,
techniques, and procedures development
for maintenance and munitions, as well
as,

coordinated updates and redevelopment
prior to publishing
- Took charge of accurately
verifying the lesson’s validity and
effectiveness standards for changes in
doctrine and area

of operations
- Facilitated the training of more
than 100 personnel at the graduate-level
spectrum and integrated new subject
matter

experts (SMEs) on new requirements to
enable consistent updating of all
curriculum

ADVANCED LOGISTICS OFFICER READINESS
COURSE, FORT DIX, NJ, USA
Weapons School Instructor/Curriculum
Designer–ICF International - May 2007–
Jun 2008
- Provided expert leadership and
education to all logistics readiness
officers on a wide array of logistics
readiness

issues in preparation for Command and
Control (C2) positions
- Commanded numerous software
platforms and systems; such as Adobe
Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator
CS2, and

Photoshop); multiple instructional
technological systems; and graphics
media
- Improved the productivity by
monitoring the comprehension of
multifaceted processes and resources to
ensure effective

operations through the Agile Combat
Support (ACS)
- Proficiently established and
validated all lesson plans encompassing
six various levels of instruction
specialties; as

well as students’ capabilities through
numerous test measurements
- Authored the Higher Headquarters
course support documents to consistently
ensure and maintain compliance with

instructional regulations

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, VARIOUS
LOCATIONS
Air and Ground Movements Officer
(Baghdad, Iraq) - Feb 2006–May 2007
- Facilitated the training of
various soldiers regarding the proper
operating procedures on convoy movements
in mitigating

threats
- Supervised J-3 operations
through a synchronized air and ground
transportation support with support
agencies
- Conducted strategic planning and
execution of all convoy operations to
ensure safe and on-time delivery of
equipment and

personnel
- Carried out systematic
assessment of movement forecasts,
personnel, and cargo, thereby maximizing
the efficiency of

movement deadlines
- Expertly oversaw the execution
of $18.1M transportation contract to
enable the movement of Iraqi security
forces

Aerial Port Flight Commander (Aviano Air
Base, Italy) -Jul 2004–Feb 2006
- Led 73 airmen in overseeing the
aerial port terminal operations as well
as aircraft and passenger services
- Executed thorough organization
and evaluation of worldwide movements
and deployments
- Managed the movements of land
bridge cargo between air base and 5,284
distribution target areas
- Assumed full responsibility in
integrating the airlift system,
logistics, movement, and port
requirements between the US

and international agencies
- Successfully reconstructed the
quality assurance program, achieving a
$18M commercial airlift contract
- Obtained an “Excellent”
recognition on Logistics Standardization
and Evaluation Program (LSEP) inspection

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, OSAN AIR BASE,
SOUTH KOREA
War Reserve Materiel Officer |
Installation Deployment Officer - Jun
2002–Jul 2004
- Oversaw the operations of the
$120M government property and guaranteed
the availability of more than 60,000
items and

205,000 square feet of storage areas
across 18 separate facilities
- Led the professional training of
more than 325 personnel from 30
different units to enable the
preparation of all non-

governmental, sister services, and
international troops for future
conflicts
- Took full charge of the
redevelopment of base contingency and
wartime reception as well as the
implementation of plans

and programs
- Functioned as an integral point
of contact for Joint Chiefs of Staff
(JCS), US forces (Korea), and numerous
Air Force

and local exercises

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE, VARIOUS
LOCATIONS
Chief of Computer Operations (Scott Air
Force Base, IL, USA) - Jun 2002–Jun 2003
- Directly managed $1.2B inventory
for worldwide mission support
- Functioned as an effective
supervisor for retail supply processes,
responsible for over 250K line items
worldwide
- Directed operations of $269M
general support stock fund accounts that
provided services to remote computer
processing

and maintenance of supply systems

Chief of KC-135 Weapon Systems Spares
(Scott Air Force Base, IL, USA) - Jul
2001–Jul 2002
- Displayed astute management in
all aspects of the aircraft spares
program, including plans acquisition and
procedures

development
- Verified non-mission capable
supply and mission capable rates with
civilian agencies and units
- Evaluated and analyzed readiness
support including trends and metrics for
efficient distribution
- Resolved problems with worldwide
aircraft spare requirements and
distribution of assets for required
maintenance

EARLIER CAREER

UNITED STATES ARMY, ARMY RESERVES, CA,
USA
UNITED STATES ARMY, SC AND GA, USA |
REPUBLIC OF KOREA
Traffic Management Coordinator | Light
Wheel Vehicle Mechanic - Oct 1993–Oct
1996 | Sep 1998–Jan 2001


Education:
EDUCATION

Master of Arts in Education/Curriculum
and Instruction - University of Phoenix,
Phoenix, AZ, 2006
Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration/Management - University
of Phoenix, Long Beach, CA, USA: 2001


Affiliations:
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Skills:
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Additional Information:

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Marine Corps Command Staff College,
Quantico VA, USA - 2013
Squadron Officer School, Nellis Air
Force Base, NV, USA - 2011
Air Force Course: USAF Expeditionary
Center Academic Instructor Course - 2007
Managerial Aerial Port Operations
Course, Fort Dix, NJ, USA - 2005
Air Force Course: AMC Management of
Aerial Port Operations Course (MAPOC) -
2004

AWARDS

Meritorious Service Medal (1) | Air
Force Commendation Medal (1) | Air Force
Outstanding Unit Award (4)
National Defense Service Medal (1) |
Iraq Campaign Medal (1)
Air Force Overseas Ribbon Short (1) |
Air Force Longevity Service (2)

TECHNICAL ACUMEN

Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign,
Illustrator CS2, and Photoshop) |
Windows 8 | Microsoft Office Suite
Training Business Area (TBA) | Air Force
Records Information Management System
(AFRIMS)
Advanced Distributed Learning Service
(ADLS) | Air Force E-Publishing Website
(ePubs) | ARCNet
Assignment Management System (AMS) | Air
National Guard Reserve Order Writing
System (AROWS)
AF Reserve Order Writing System (AROWS-
R) | Automated Time Attendance and
Production System (ATAAPS)
Defense Travel System (DTS) | Enterprise
Solution-Supply (ESS)
Enhanced Technical Information
Management System (ETIMS)
IMDS | Reduced Sign-On (RSO) | Access to
the Integrated Maintenance Data System
CDB
Management Internal Control Toolset
(MICT) |My IMR/ASIMS | My Personnel
Services (myPers)
Personnel Records Display Application
(PRDA) | virtual Military Personnel
Flight (vMPF)


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