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Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 63688
Desired Job Location: Cibolo, Texas Date Posted: 9/4/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 75000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Hardworking, results-oriented
professional, with broad-based
experience in contracting management,
succession planning and analysis,
operational support, and organizational
policies development. Integrate astute
military background with strong drive to
succeed as reflected in serving as
government contractor and DoD Civil
Servant. Visionary and flexible leader;
capable of building solid relationships
with the management and staff, and known
for extensive people development skills.
Demonstrate strong commitment to the
highest working and professional
standards, as well as in conforming to
corporate and federal regulations.
Equipped with years of education and
practice in German and Spanish; possess
excellent written and oral communication
skills.


Experience:
WORK EXPERIENCE

United States Air Force School of
Aerospace Medicine
BRANCH MANAGER, MEDICAL FLIGHT STANDARDS
| 3 Aug 2009–25 Aug 2012
Leverage the management of a diverse
military, civil service, and a contract
staff of 15 results-driven, stable
performers in a high-output environment,
successfully forming a creative
powerhouse team. Render expert control
to annual Operations and Maintenance
(O&M) budget recommendations which range
between $2M and $3M.

Oversee the Medical Flight Standards
Branch which renders direct support to
seven major command surgeons’ general
offices; supervise staff which provide
pilot candidate qualification
recommendations to over 165 collegiate
HQ Air Force Reserve Officer Training
Corps (AFROTC) detachments, the National
Guard Bureau Flying Training pipeline
staff, HQ AF Reserve surgeons office,
and the HQ Air Force Personnel Center
Officer Accessions branch directly
feeding the USAF pilot training
pipeline. Set and adjust staff
priorities, and solely handle the
preparation of proposed timelines for
completion of work based on difficulty
of task requirements, experience,
training, and proficiency of involved
personnel.

Notable Accomplishments:
- Guaranteed seamless flow of
pilot medical qualification
recommendations through successful
integration and restarting of branch
operations after the BRAC move from San
Antonio, Texas.
- Conducted expert briefings,
guidance, and mission orientation to
USAF senior flight surgeons and
technicians at USAFSAM courses, branch,
department, and major command staff on
the MFS Branch role in mission
execution.
- Served as contract officer
representative in writing and submitting
Performance of Work Statements (PWS), as
well as monitoring and ensuring
integrated performance of 12 branch
contract employees.
- Evaluated and interpreted key
indices from multiple data systems in
planning, establishing, and executing
the entire AF Medical Service
cornerstone Medical Flight Screening and
Flying Class I program activities for
the institution.

Eagle Applied Sciences
CURRICULUM DEVELOPER | Oct 2005–Jul 2009
Instituted strategic planning
recommendations, which included course
budget activities and educational
resource coordination for four separate
courses of instruction, such as
Aerospace Medicine Primary (AMP) course,
known as the USAF Initial Flight Surgeon
Course.

Marshalled resources and provided
research in responding to USAF Surgeon
General’s Office request for information
(RFI) of a $2.25M per annum project,
currently implemented, to bring all
United States Uniformed Health Services
(USUHS) USAF medical students to take a
portion of the AMP Course prior to
graduating. Functioned as Web Content
Manager in providing regular updates to
the AMP Course AFMS Knowledge Exchange
website, solely ensuring connection and
consistent message delivery with all
internal and external customers.

Notable Accomplishments:
- Contributed in developing and
maintaining course documents while
working collaboratively with the HQ AF
Personnel Center CME Project Officer to
ensure course compliance with the
Accreditation Council for Graduate
Medical Education (ACGME).
- Utilized the Instructional
Systems Development model in providing
course management consultation based on
subject-matter expertise in aerospace
medicine issues encompassing flight
medicine, occupational health, public
health, and staff training programs.

U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace
Medicine
NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER-IN-CHARGE
(NCOIC) | Oct 2002–Sep 2005

Rendered key assistance to three program
directors for residencies of Aerospace,
Preventive, and Occupational Medicine
(RAM) to ascertain and maintain
compliance with standards of ACGME.
Facilitated medical technical support,
including CHCS management to accommodate
classes of 20 residents for RAM Resident
Clinical Aerospace Medicine (CASM)
Rotation. Spearheaded division annual
staff, resident, and CASM rotation
calendar. Coordinated resident
attendance at the USAF’s only Physical
Examination (PEB) Formal Board as
consultant board members, as well as
enlistment of first sergeant and
squadron/wing chief enlisted advisor in
directly addressing the importance and
methods involved in staff mentorship.

Notable Accomplishments:
- Initiated key training in
preparing RAM residents as the next
aerospace medicine squadron commanders
in enlisted performance reports and
adverse administrative actions.
- Advised individual residents on
deployment readiness prior to departure
on operational overseas rotation.
- Conducted three weekly site
visits to guarantee patient loads for
optimum academic environment and quality
of facility for the Occupational Health
Program and Workplace Injury
examinations; utilized instructor skills
in accomplishing regular on-site staff
training and orientation to bolster
local technician skills to better
support residents.

U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace
Medicine - Brooks City Base, TX
COURSE DIRECTOR – MASTER INSTRUCTOR |
Feb 1998–Sep 2002
Certified as Master Instructor after
teaching internship in medical
standards, advanced aeromedical
technician concepts, the National
Registry EMT course, flight,
occupational, deployment medicine, and
disaster response.

Assumed full accountability for an
active duty cadre of 12 aeromedical
instructors. Acted as faculty advisor
and instructor, educating 1,500
aeromedical and advanced course students
during a 5-year period consisting of 5
overlapping 3-month long classes with an
average of 55 students per class. USAF
career field webmaster in USAFSAM
Aeromedical and Advance Courses from
1999 to 2002.

Notable Accomplishments:
- Chosen as the 2001 Brooks AFB
Ambassador by a five-member panel of
USAF, participating in more than 75
events related to the Military
Ambassador Program year-round.
- Took instrumental part in
multiple utilization and training
workshops in the developing USAFSAM
courses.
- Served as emergency medical
technician instructor, successfully
achieving the highest student
qualification rates for national
registry EMT exam for deployment ready
graduates, and advanced aeromedical
technician concepts which include flight
medicine, occupational and deployment
programs, and disaster operations.



EARLIER CAREER

U.S. Air Force 9th Medical Group - Beale
Air Force Base, CA, USA 95903
NCOIC, FLIGHT MEDICINE | Jan 1992–Feb
1998

NCOIC, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH EXAMS SECTION
- Hahn AB Germany, RP Germany
50 TFW Hospital Hahn

AEROMEDICAL TECHNICIAN - Robins AFB, GA
USA 31908
USAF Hospital Robins


Education:
FORMAL EDUCATION

MASTER’S DEGREE IN COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
(GPA: 3.57): 2004
Our Lady of the Lake University - San
Antonio, TX

ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE IN INSTRUCTOR OF
TECHNOLOGY AND MILITARY SCIENCE: 2000
Community College of the Air Force -
Maxwell AFB, AL

BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN PSYCHOLOGY
Chapman University – Sacramento -
Orange, CA

ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE IN APPLIED HEALTH
SCIENCES
Community College of the Air Force -
Maxwell AFB, AL



TRAINING

USAFSAM Objectives and Tests Course:
2012
Instructor, NREMT Basic Course: 2002 |
NCO Academy: 2002
Instructor, USAFSAM Aeromedical
Technical and Advanced Courses: 1998–
2002
National Registry Emergency Medical
Technician (NREMT) Basic Instructor
Certification –USAF Basic Instructor
Course | USAF Student Centered
Instruction: 1998–2002
HTML I and II Courses, General Dynamics:
2000 | PowerPoint I and II, General
Dynamics: 2000
OJT Train the Trainer Course | Pre-
hospital Trauma Life Support Course |
Medical Red Flag (ATH Specific)
Advance Medical Standards Course |
Hyperbaric Chamber Enlisted Team
Training Course
OJT Trainer/Supervisor Familiarization


Affiliations:
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Skills:
KEY EXPERTISE - Strategic and
Operational Planning | Operational
Management
Personnel Development | Regulatory
Compliance and Standards | Technical
Support
Military Background | Rapid Conflict
Resolution | Cross-Functional Leadership
and Team Building
General Management and Supervision |
Training and Development | Core Business
Processes


Additional Information:
ACTIVITIES

President, Psychology Graduate Student
Association (PGSA): 2003
Volunteer, Children’s Bereavement Center
of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX: 2003
Speaker, “Career Day” Events at
Elementary and Middle School Audiences,
San Antonio, TX: 2002
Brooks Ambassador, Annual San Antonio
Military Fiesta Ambassador Program, San
Antonio, TX: 2001
Certified Flight Director, Challenger
Learning Center, Brooks City Base, TX:
1999–2000
Weekly Mentor to a Fifth Grader, Inez-
Foster Elem. School, San Antonio, TX:
1999



TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY

Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, Outlook, and SharePoint) |
HTML
Armed Forces Health Longitudinal
Technology Application (AHLTA) |
Physical Exam Processing Program (PEPP)
Aeromedical Information Management
Waiver Tracking System (AIMWTS)
Air Force Medical Service (AFMS)
Knowledge Exchange Web Content Manager
Medical Flight Screening (MFS) Web
Interface | Composite Health Care System
(CHCS) I and II
Internet Applications


Reference:
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