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Management Analyst Resume

Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 79132
Desired Job Location: Spring Branch, Texas Date Posted: 4/17/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 120000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral Willing to Relocate: No

Growth-focused, results-oriented, and highly analytical professional with comprehensive experience in operations management and analysis, process improvement, and revenue generation. Adept at organizing and leading various events; planning and executing external agreements and memoranda; as well as developing and pursuing opportunities. Recognized for effectiveness in handling multiple priorities essential in attaining set-forth objectives. Armed with articulate communication and well-honed interpersonal skills in establishing and cultivating positive rapport with diverse individuals.

United States Forces Afghanistan (USFOR-A) /Task Force 2010 (TF 2010) | Al Udeid, Qatar
Program Manager, GS-13, Series 0340 2014–2015
Functioned as program manager for the Vendor Vetting Reachback Cell (VVRC), The United States Central Command (USCENTCOM), and Command Center-Joint Staff
Arranged and facilitated various activities of TF2010 and VVRC to guarantee conformance and execution of National Defense Authorization Act 841 which prohibited the United States Government in signing a contract with enemies
Organized and regulated short-term priorities and organized work schedules based on key customer requirements
Suspended approximately $9B from insurgents by identifying and evaluating customer requirements with VVRC that attained TF2010 mission in 2014

NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan (NTM-A) /
Combined Security Transition Command – Afghanistan (CSTC-A) | Herat, Afghanistan
Contracting Officer Representative/Forensic Training Officer, GS-13, Series 301 2013–2014
Rendered assistance to the US Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL) commander and staff for the operational functions and administrative matters, which involved forensic casework and evidence security within the laboratory
Assumed full accountability in leading Forensics Mentorship Program in Afghanistan (FMP-A) as contracting officer representative (COR)
Fostered effective working relationships with key customers, including Ministry of Interior (MoI) leaders within the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA), International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) leadership, North Atlantic Treaty Organization officials, European Union Police representatives, and various local and regional officials within the Herat province
Provided sound recommendation to MoI forensic laboratory directors on resource and manpower requirements for Herat laboratory location
Assessed the performance of $4.2M contract supporting the FMP-A
Developed and managed relevant key leader engagement activities in coordination with coalition partners regarding forensic laboratory implementation
Reviewed technical progress of forensics laboratory capabilities guaranteeing the attainment of statement of work objectives for customer satisfaction
Prepared talking points on Herat Forensics Laboratory for the deputy commander and Regional Command-West to be submitted to key coalition senior leaders

HQ Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) | Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, USA
Management Analyst, GS-13, Series 343 2012–2013
Formulated an Air Force-wide strategic communication plan for $26.8B Agile Combat Support (ACS) planning and programming function
Provided assistance to major command (MAJCOM) staff in facilitating AFMC/CC conferences and meetings associated with policies, objectives, and ACS mission with Headquarters United States Air Force (HQ USAF), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), and other Department of Defense (DoD) senior personnel
Aligned messaging with ACS and AFMC goals and objectives
Prepared detailed response to various inquiries about ACS by analyzing reports, policies, and related documents
Worked closely with appropriate staff sections on message development for the AFMC communication plan
Efficiently performed various roles and responsibilities to ensure the success of ACS planning and programming activities by integrating memoranda of agreement, memoranda of understanding, air force instructions, and air force manuals

711th Human Performance Wing | Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, USA
Chief (Acting), Business Operations Division-GS-13, Series 301 2012
Fulfilled supervisory personnel management responsibilities, including oversight of a 14-person multidisciplinary team to arrange and initiate key programs involving technology transfer, strategic agreements, patent and invention submission, small business research initiatives, public affairs, customer relations, and event planning for 711th HPW
Instituted and modified policies, procedures, mission objectives, and organization design for the staff to minimize work problems, drive team building, and execute quality improvements
Employed solid knowledge of policies, principles, concepts, guidance, and methodologies for expert management of 711th Wing staff offices to reduce resource drain, while coordinating and leading more than 50 distinguished visitor events within a 2-month time span
Supervised the creation and execution of all external agreements and memoranda established between the organization and the local, national, and international community with $1.5M revenue in the form of funds offsetting resources, materials, and equipment; as well as $2.3M overall revenue from agreements and memoranda
Administered the development of opportunities for $14.6M in contracts by spearheading small business program office during 2012 fiscal year
Led the 711th HPW marketing and publicity through the preparation of illustrations, charts, poster boards, PowerPoint presentations, pamphlets, and other communication media; as well as talking points and speeches

HQ Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, USA
Self-Inspection Program Manager, DR-II (GS-13 Equivalent), Series 0180 2011–2012
Conducted inspections across all functional areas within AFRL by applying knowledge of regulations, practices, and procedures
Directed staff across multiple functional areas for seamless flow of inspection program
Offered effectual support to science and technology research projects by providing effective recommendation to AFRL Librarian Team in the procurement of $2M virtual library services
Guaranteed uninterrupted access to technical information by conducting quantitative analysis that support the transformation of standard one year library contracts to one year plus option years, as well as change in contract type lowered costs to government over span of three years
Displayed expertise in conducting, analyzing, and communicating results of research studies on regulatory and policy compliance, functional and organizational operations, and management effectiveness to AFRL/CC and other key senior leaders, which enhanced 2011 AFRL IG operational plan and accomplished 100% pass rate on 2011 IG inspection
Demonstrated knowledge of organizational structure in defining best approach in designing third-party server for library services which impacted mission activities across AFRL; thus resulting to library network failure reduction and savings of up to $0.5M over five years

Human Effectiveness Directorate (711 HPW/RH) | Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH, USA
Research Psychologist (DR-II, Series 0180) 2006–2011
Improved communication, consolidated mission areas, and boosted organizational identity, thus enabling the senior leadership to formulate and initiate wing-level strategic plan
Identified the level of leadership and practitioner engagement on continuous process improvement events across air force through expert management of Lean Six Sigma (LSS) project
Offered subject matter expertise on the analysis of LSS program effectiveness and counseled the Secretary of the Air Force AFSO21 (SAF/SO) office on AF-wide communications evaluation
Employed qualitative and quantitative methods in initiating comprehensive assessment of decision-making tools located in the Air Operations Center (AOC) on Al Udeid Air Base, Doha, Qatar
Led senior leader engagement events including strategic alignment workshops, as well as science and technology council meetings that drove 100% adherence of organizational goals and objectives to AFRL

Doctor of Philosophy in Management and Decision Sciences ▪ Walden University, Minneapolis, MN

Master of Science in Education ▪ University of Nebraska–Kearney, Kearney, NE

Bachelor of Science in Psychology ▪ University of Nebraska–Kearney, Kearney, NE

Air Command and Staff College ▪ Air University, Montgomery, AL

Aerospace Basic Course ▪ Air University, Montgomery, AL

Air Force Officer Training School ▪ Air University, Montgomery, AL

Core competencies

Staff Training and Supervision ~ Administrative Functions and Support ~ Contract Administration
Cross-functional Leadership and Coordination ~ Regulatory Compliance ~ Small Business Research Initiatives

Additional Information:
Professional Development

Systems, Planning, Research, Development, & Engineering (SPRD&E) Certifications
Science and Technology (S&T) Manager, Level 3
Systems Engineering, Level 1 | Program Management, Level 1

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