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Administrative Assistant Resume


Desired Industry: Business/Management SpiderID: 29656
Desired Job Location: Daytona, Florida Date Posted: 11/11/2009
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 10/14/2009
Desired Wage: 30000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No Preference


Objective:
To obtain a career with room for advancement.


Experience:
4/30/08-11/24/09
Yokohama Bay Hall Japan
Security
Gas Light Ropponguni Japan
Security

CPAC (05/30/07 4/9/08) HR Technician (Student) Pay Grade: YP - 0299 01, Ft Sam. TX, Supervisor: Eugene Hill (210) 221-0126
Salary: $27,000.00 per year
Hours per week: 40
Duties: In-processed all new federal employees, explained the Dept of Army benefits and entitlements to include FEHB, TSP, FEGLI and assisted with their paperwork. Explained how to obtain their CAC and POV stickers. Set-up Open Season Health Fairs. Created organization charts, phone rosters. Completed commitment checklists and processed all new employee paperwork to be sent out to the CPOC. Assisted with systems set-up and take down along with numerous special projects. Handled administrative actions, answered telephones, responded to email inquiries. Directed questions to the appropriate point of contact. Filed documents in accordance with ARMIS.

CPOC (08/30/2005 05/29/07) HR Assistant /Technician (Student)
Ft. Richardson, Alaska United States
Supervisor: Robin Bush - 384-3182; Contact:Yes
Pay Grade: GS-0299-04 / YP-0299-01

Salary: $23,270.00 per year
Hours per week: 40
Duties: Create RPAs in DCPDS. Processed all Personnel actions in DCPDS. Input appraisals and awards. Updated appointments, separations, promotions, and all other actions into DCPDS daily. Checked AutoNOA and suspense actions to ensure they processed correctly. Processed corrections as required for all types of personnel actions. Work QC errors and Pay Rejects. Check suspense's for WIGI's, change in tenure, and expiration of temporary appointments to make sure DCPDS was accurate prior to each pay period. Cancel or correct RPAs which have errors or have been withdrawn by the employee in question. Input COLA and Home Leave for Japan employees. Request OPFs for new employees. Finalize new OPF's or transfers by inputting information into DCPDS and filled out TSP and FEHB information. Consolidated OPFs for and in processing packets for new employees and transfers. Knowledgable of MyBiz and DCPDS applications.


05/17/04 to Present Hrs. per week 40 CPOC, Ft Richardson, AK 99505, Mr. Alexander, 907-384-6251. Official personnel distributor for the entire CPOC and CPAC personnel. Maintain the filing of pay adjustments, appraisals, benefits, and all other official personnel documents. Keep an up to date record in the computer of all OPFs that are sent to other locations. Send out retirements, separations, and resignations to the appropriate destination after ninety days and process all Federal Express mail. Use OPF tracker I and II to collect data for timely actions. Check OPFs in and out to designated parties and type up transmittals for out going OPFs. Currently in-training as a personnel actions clerk.

01/05/2004 to 05/16/04. Hrs per week: 40, Counselor, YMCA. Anchorage, AK 99508, Ms. Diane, 907-563-3211.
Coordinate various outings, scheduled and organized sporting events. Successfully completed certified first aid and CPR training. study skills such as arts and crafts, reading, learning about animals and teach children about healthy lifestyles. Prepared documents to track records of any infractions, incidents or accidents. Set up the room prior to children arriving each the morning, ensured areas of play were clean and free of safety hazards. Attended meetings every Tuesday to learn child development skills. Set up morning snacks. Met children as they arrived. Prepared Took children to the gym to play organized sports events. Assembled children and drove them to school, escorted them to their classes. After school picked up children and transported them back the center. Supervised outdoor exercises for 20 minutes, followed by gym for 25 minutes. Prepared nourishing afternoon snacks for the children. Assisted children with their homework for 30 minutes while waiting for parents to arrive for pick up. Organized daily activities, schedule. Performed lifeguard duties during swimming. Checked inventory and condition of equipment and supplies, submitted report to replace or replenish, as required.

04/08/2002 to 05/02/2003. Hrs per week: 40, Operator- Summer Hire Clerical, AD-3501 -00. 43rd Signal Bn. APO, AE 09063, Ms. Largy, 312-370-8351. Had research programs on internet for specific operations information. Set up and monitored conference call logs and connected all parties to the scheduled conference Currently serve as the Heidelberg telephone operator, working the switchboard through computer. Providing customers with information and booking and connecting conference calls. Place a variety of local, long distance, and special calls for official business. Assist customers that have limited information of the unit or organization for which they're looking for a number. Check the automated directory for phone numbers to certain areas.

03/19/2004 to 03/24/2004. Hrs per week: 20, Counselor, - -. Alaska Club. Anchorage, AK 99507, Ms. Weekly, 907-337-9550. Worked during spring break. Organized daily activities, scheduled and coordinated special events, set up tournaments and sporting events. Picked up children from school daily. Prepared nourishing snacks. Successfully completed certified first aid and CPR training. Performed lifeguard duties during swimming outings. Was authorized to administer medications to children as prescribed. Checked inventory for equipment and ensured areas of play were cleaned and free of safety hazards. Placed kids in time-out for misbehaving or contacted parents for severe issues.

04/08/2002 to 05/03/2003. Hrs per week: 35, Sales Associate/Cashier, HP-01. AAFES. APO, AE 09063, Mrs. Rose, 06227859829. Expert knowledge in completing all computerized cash register transactions. Assist customers on locating items in store, and answering questions regarding merchandise. Maintain the video rental program for the Power Zone. Responsible for processing all returned rentals and sending out notification for payments due. Register new customers in the video rental program database. Assist customers with price inquiries. Responsible for price indexing. Maintain records of all items sold that exceeded $75.
02/08/2000 to 08/16/2000. Hrs per week: 40, Counselor. YMCA. New Bern, NC 28560, Mr. Metts, Unknown.
Organized daily activities, scheduled and coordinated outings, set up tournaments and sporting events. Picked up children from school daily. Prepared nourishing snacks. Successfully completed certified first aid and CPR training. Performed lifeguard duties during swimming outings. Was authorized to administer medications to children as prescribed. Checked inventory for equipment and ensured areas of play were cleaned and free of safety hazards. Placed kids in time-out for misbehaving or contacted parents for severe issues.

06/12/1997 to 08/25/1997. Hrs per week: 40, SH-Clerical Assistant, AD-3501 -00. Summer Hire. APO, AP 92368, Mr. Fujioka. Responsible for inventory and updating the automated inventory systems. Took calls and delivered messages. Maintained files, sent facsimiles and made Xerox copies.



Education:
Wayland Baptist University (Aug 2006- Present)
96 SH GPA 3.2
Fort Richardson, Alaska and Ft Sam-Houston, TX
AA Degree (Graduated with 3.6 GPA May 2005), General Studies, Central Texas College, Total semester hours earned: 52
University of Maryland, Total Credit hours earned semester: 15
Cochise Community College, Total Credit hours earned semester: 25

Degree: In-progress (12 SH remaining for BA)
Major: Business Administration; Minor: Law


Skills:
Type 60 WPM, fluent in all Microsoft Office applicants. Great commucative and public speaking skills.


Reference:
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