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Desired Industry: Aviation SpiderID: 75572
Desired Job Location: Alamogordo, New Mexico Date Posted: 6/14/2015
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:

Dynamic, results-driven, and
performance-focused professional,
offering broad-based experience in
operations management,

troubleshooting and process
efficiencies, scheduling support, and
customer service

Highly effective leader and team player;
reputed for developing efficient
processes while overseeing and leading
complex technical

and administrative functions. Armed with
keen attention to detail and well-
defined interpersonal, organizational,
problem-solving,

analytical, multitasking, and technical
skills. Commended for successfully
managing multimillion-dollar programs
and conducting

various operational training within
federal and military settings.
Articulate communicator and operations
director; currently hold

Secret Clearance. Recipient of two
Airman of the Quarter recognition and
two Outstanding Unit Awards.


Experience:

Professional Experience

Crew Training International | 2014–2015
Graduate Training Integration Management
System (GTIMS) Associate | Alamogordo,
NM, USA 2014–2015
Assumed full accountability in
overseeing the GTIMS user access,
conducting updates, drafting related
reports, proficiently teaching

GTIMS classes, resolving trouble
tickets, and solely maintaining system
integrity.
Efficiently led the creation and
management of standard/evaluation tasks
for permanent aircrew members.
Guaranteed strict compliance with
technical dates, instructions, and work
standards.
Leveraged outstanding leadership
aptitude in administering the F-16
flying hour program.

Flying Squadron Scheduler | Alamogordo,
NM, USA 2014–2015
Rendered strategic assistance to the
squadron chief programmer in
coordinating and scheduling all current
and future tasks

institution-wide.
Proactively assisted colleagues and the
management in arranging long-range
requirements for students, permanent
party, and attached

personnel.
Handled the preparation of all
scheduling reports, facilitated and took
part in various maintenance and airspace
meetings; and

scheduled and presided over device and
academic training.

United States Air Force | 2005–2014
Manager, Non-Commissioned Officer in
Charge (NCOIC) | Alamogordo, NM, USA
2013–2014
Directed and solely monitored flight
crews and pilots in completing the
training requirements.
Rendered keen oversight to the
organization’s direct report, as well as
$2M worth of equipment and materials.
Consistently ensured regulation
adherence to more than 150 test
missions.
Initiated the auditing of the aviation
resource management system (ARMS) for
discrepancies in an aircrew member’s
flying hours and

training.

Program Manager, NCOIC Wing Scheduling;
Assistant NCOIC | Alamogordo, NM, USA
2010–2013
Authored approximately 49 daily, weekly,
monthly, and quarterly flying hour
reports to be reviewed by the Air Combat
Command (ACC).
Spearheaded the $24M flying training
program which organized 9,000 flights
and 24,000 flying hours annually.
Proficiently utilized multiple
technology systems to manage key
operations and draft reports across the
U.S. Army, ACC, Air Mobility

Command (AMC), and Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA).

Highlights:
Successfully made it possible for the
unit to receive excellent ratings in
2011 through safe and accurate program
management

initiatives and expert management to all
operational procedures.
Significantly increased operational
capacity by 75% by providing training to
the junior staff on complex flight
scheduling

procedures.
Obtained 100% safety compliance during
scheduling operations; and submitted all
safety reports in a timely manner and
with zero

errors.
Earned recognition as a self-motivated
and excellent non-commissioned officer
(NCO) and subject matter expert of
complex scheduling

processes.

Postal Clerk | Okinawa, Japan 2008–
2010
Contributed in driving the quality and
financial viability of a postal service
center’s operations.
Provided high-level customer service to
22,000 customers, while leading the
timely processing of 500,000 pounds of
mails monthly.
Oversaw the preparation and streamlining
of accountable and non-accountable mail-
pickup notices for incoming parcel
deliveries.

Highlights:
Positioned the institution for growth as
reflected in achieving the following key
results:
$20K in quarterly revenue, while
effectively operating the $100K Pitney
Bowes meter account with strict
accountability
99.95% accuracy rate during the
operations of a mail accountability
system processing 2,000 parcels monthly
$25K of savings after resolving and
ending the misuse of free mail benefit;
consequently receiving excellent ratings
during annual

inspection
Attained continuous process improvements
after serving as highly effective member
of the team accounted for mail volume
analysis and

monthly operational baseline
development.
Quickly resolved all performance gaps by
facilitating a panel that evaluated a
parcel tracking system.
Built and cultivated a high-performing
organization by strategically training 9
mail clerks on 45 core tasks; thus
reducing mail

backlogs by approximately 75%.

Apprentice, Squadron Aviation Resource
Management Systems (ARMS) | Panama City,
FL, USA 2006–2008
Demonstrated excellent data entry skills
which led to achieving timely and
accurate records on aircraft operations,
flying hours, and

training for 55 pilots.
Monitored the 100% completion of pilot
training prior to flight by validating
2,000 training events in the data
system.
Played a vital role in identifying and
fixing all operations desk procedure
defects; assisting the unit records
custodian on the

systems and file planning initiatives;
performing research on files plan
requirements; and reviewing three
general operations

technical orders.
Administered the flight publication
system for all pilots, while ensuring
the acquisition of current and updated
flight crew

information file (FCIF) items.

Highlights:
Successfully project-managed a change
initiative by integrating two flight
systems into a single unified system.
Enhanced operations desk procedures by
writing the comprehensive operations
guidance, consequently contributing to
excellent rating

achievements in the 2008 inspection.


Education:


Education

Coursework toward Bachelor of Arts in
Healthcare Administration
Columbia Southern University | Orange
Beach, AL


Affiliations:
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Skills:


Core Competencies

Large-Scale Program Management
Training and Development
Administrative and General Management
Regulatory Compliance and Standards
Continuous Process Improvements
Strategic Planning and Implementation
Rapid Conflict Resolution
Organizational Leadership and Team
Building


Additional Information:

Professional Development

Supervisor Safety Course: 2011 | Airman
Leadership School (ALS): 2010



Activities

Volunteer | Meals on Wheels



Technical Acumen

Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, and Outlook) | SharePoint |
Adobe Acrobat Reader | Oracle
Air Force Records Information Management
Systems (AFRIMS) | Aviation Resource
Management System (ARMS)
Patriot Excalibur (PEX) | Center
Operations Online (COOL)
Central Scheduling Enterprise (CSE)
Software | Test Resource Management
System (TRMS)
Internet Applications | Typing speed of
50 wpm


Reference:
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