CV US Army Assistant Operation Mobilization Assistance Team Training NCO
US Army Assistant Operation Mobilization Assistance Team Training NCO
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Fork Lift Driver
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
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HHD 177th Armored Brigade, Camp Shelby, Mississippi
07/10/2006 - Present
Assistant Current Operation Mobilization Assistance Team Training NCO
Supervisor: SFC James Shinard - 601-554-3682; Contact: Yes
Pay Grade: E-4
Duties: Responsible for coordinating, scheduling, and monitoring the progress of all pre and post-mobilization training for units deploying in support of the Global War on Terrorism; maintain the pre and post mobilization training plan for each deploying unit IAW with CFLCC and 1A training guidance; aide in maintaining training records; prepares briefings for OIC; responsible for the presentation of the brigade's daily synchronization meeting; assists in tracking weather and emergency plans of action for training troops; assists in the distribution of the daily training schedules via email; monitors future operations schedule in order to keep the current operations training schedule up to date; responsible for current knowledge of the daily operations of 18 training lanes and all small arms and crew serve weapons ranges.
HHC, 109th Infantry Battalion, Scranton, Pennsylvania
03/01/2006 - 07/09/2006
Entry Control Point Specialist, Camp Alasad, Iraq
Pay Grade: E-4
Duties: Served as a FOB Base Defense Specialist; Responsible for maintaining a daily log for all personnel to include foreign nationals who entered and departed the base camp; manning and maintaining the .50 caliber observation tower; checked identification and conducted personnel and vehicle searches.
First Quality Tissue, Lockhaven, Pennsylvania
Warehouse Specialist / Machine Operator
Pay Grade: Civilian
Duties: Responsible for pulling inventory of paper products and the loading of commercial shipping trucks. Ensured that the loads were safe, secure, and within DOT regulations. Licensed and operated 4K fork lift without loss or injury. As a machine operator, responsible for the daily operation and maintenance of the assembly line equipment with an operational readiness rating of 100%.
HHC, 143 Forward Support Battalion, Waterbury, Connecticut
Readiness and Training NCO
Supervisor: MSG Roger Sicard – 860-524-4834; Contact: Yes
Pay Grade: E-4
Duties: Served in an Active Guard Reserve position. Responsible for 93 personnel records to include mobilization records, family care plans, and training records. Compiled all training information and data for yearly training briefs and quarterly training briefs. Responsible for updating and publishing short term and long term training calendars. Responsible for maintaining daily fuel reports and fuel forecasting for the companies within the battalion during annual training.
HHC, 1-2 Aviation, Camp Page, Korea
Aviation Fuel Specialist
Pay Grade : E-4
Duties: Served as an Aviation Fuel Specialist. Extensive knowledge on the HEMTT fuel tanker, Forward Arming and Refueling Points, Forward Area Refueling Equipment, and all types of aviation nozzles. Responsible for the storage and disposal of hazardous waste in accordance with OSHA, EPA, and military regulations. Worked with fuel testing laboratory to maintain proper fuel specs for aviation and ground fueling operations; assisted in maintaining material safety data sheets and aided in giving instructions on their proper use and application; operated hand trucks, forklifts, heavy wheeled trucks, and tank and pump units.
HHC, 2-7 Cav, Ft. Hood, TX
Supervisor: SFC PRUIT Contact: No
Petroleum Supply Specialist
Pay Grade: E1-E3
Duties: Served as a Petroleum Supply Specialist. Responsible for daily issuing of fuel to supported units. Maintained daily, weekly, and monthly fuel and packaged products accountability documents. Issued and received fuel and other ground and air packaged products. Maintained inventory of the packaged product supply shed for the company.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
EDUCATION: High School MARS 08/05/1995 - 05/08/1999
MARS, Pennsylvania United States
Degree: General / Graduated 1999
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Award - USARMY (08/05/2003)
ARMY SERVICE RIBBON, ARMY GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL(2), NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE RIBBON, OVERSEAS SERVICE RIBBON(2),ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL, ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL(2), IRAQ CAMPAIGN MEDAL, AIR FORCE ACHIEVMENT MEDAL
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