Event Synopsis/Comments: CBP Recruiters participated in an event; the event was held at the CBP Recruitment Office held at the SFAC on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 from 0800-1600. Supervisory CBP Officer Eric Galarza and Supervisory CBP Officer Sharon Ansick attended the event as recruiters on behalf of the Laredo Field Office along with US Border Patrol Recruiters from the Laredo Sector. CBP Recruiters Ansick and Galarza along with the two USBP recruiters manned the CBP Recruitment Office. Six people, all males to include 5 Veterans, signed the CBP recruitment sign-in sheet. Each potential applicant listened to the OFO recruiters, Galarza and Ansick, give briefings on the employment and application process as well as the duties, benefits, and training.
Ms. Tomcala also commented that Linda Williams has requested to be reappointed to the Board and that her position falls under District 3, Supervisor Cortese’s. Ms. Tomcala and Mr. Brownstein agreed to schedule a meet and greet meeting with Supervisor Cortese to discuss the upcoming appointments. Unified Managed Care meeting is scheduled for April 1 and this committee falls under the Brown Act and as per legal counsel, we should post a notice jointly with the County on these
Cat & Ram, Were you able to locate any of the existing demo dongles? If not, I can provide new dongles. Let me know how we should proceed. We would also like to recommend that 1-2 people from transmission planning come to Electrocon for 2-3 days of training. It would be good for them to be accompanied by one protection engineer who has previously worked with CAPE during the evaluation period and attended the CAPE UGM training sessions.
While serving with HMM-268 from November 2003 to December 2006, LCpl Gallaghan served on two deployments to Al Taqqadum, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). During his time at HMM-268, LCpl Gallaghan was promoted to Corporal and became qualified as an Avionics Collateral Duty Inspector (CDI).
I provided information tours for newly arrived unit representatives, commanders and customers on the training capabilities available at TSC Schweinfurt facilities. I conducted all TSC properties using inventory sheets generated through Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced
The design of the Army Career Tracker is to be the portal for tracking professional development through both time and space. It utilizes and user-friendly dashboard method for general oversight that covers administrative data pulled from multiple Army sources like the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS), the Army Learning Management System (ALMS), the Electronic Military Personnel Office (eMILPO) and eleven other Army Systems. The "Track" drop down section also offers a Career Record selection clearing showing personnel every duty station, job assignment, and professional education opportunity that an individual has attempted plus the status of that attempt; i.e. completed, in-progress, etc. The track section also allows personnel to manage mentors within current assignments; i.e.
I have 3 years and 4 month as a Correctional Sergeant. In that time my experiences as a correctional sergeant has been both as an area supervisor for adult and youth offender programs section, a shift supervisor, back to programs section and then latest assignment segregation supervisor. July 2012 until January 2013 I was assigned to the Program section at High Desert State Prison which included Prison Industries, Mental Health unit, Youth Offender program and Youth Offender Education during the hours of 0500 to 1300. At this position I responsible for completion of the annual evaluations or appraisals of staff, work performance card entries, on-going training of Correctional Officer Trainees, Correctional Officers and Senior Correctional Officers. Additional responsibilities include enforcing the written policies and procedures of the facility, inspection of keys and locks for serviceability, resolution of staff and inmate grievances, inmate disciplinary hearings,
There are several changes in the WAARNG much of which I am currently aware of, coming into the force structure of the WAARNG. He thought the position could possibly transform from a WO position, to the traditional officer. The traditional officer ranges from the rank of Lieutenant, all the way to General. He stated, the position in his state may transform to allow for Majors and above will fill the position. If the Washington State Military Department follows the same transformation, I will start looking at other options within the State, as this will have a direct effect on my five-year strategy for
I chose to counsel a 3/C midshipmen who is in my squad this semester. As a fire team leader I have been fortunate to have been given many opportunities to counsel numerous midshipmen in my fire team. After my initial counseling session with the 3/C, I was able to figure out the basics such as, CQPR, ECA, aptitude, conduct grade. When this assignment presented itself to me I realized that I could use this to make significant strides on this particular 3/C midshipmen. I had decided to peruse this 3/C because her conduct and aptitude grade had fallen significantly since last semester.
Using Capella 's Career Center, I was able to explore different avenues for job hunting. I presently work for the Department of Defense where internal job postings are available. What I was not aware of was the need to network for the positions that were offered. In the past, I had always used online postings, newspaper listings and a few times co-worker contacts for possible job openings. The co-worker contacts came when transferring laboratory positions or transferring into laboratory sales.
Experience Assessment 1. The nature of your appointment, were you part of a team effort or expected to carry out independent analyses? My job as a research assistant for ARC Arnot Research and Consulting required me to work both with others but also independently. My colleague Alexandra (Alex) and I were initially provided with ~60 papers, by Dr. Arnot, to review and collect biotransformation and metabolism information to add to a pre - existing database. On our first meeting, we divided the papers amongst us and began to work on the papers individually.
I will attempt to interview Mrs.Starkey of Chicopee who took place in the operation as a child as well as Stephen Jendrysek, the Chicopee historian who has written several books relating to the history of Westover Air Reserve Base. I will include secondary sources such as articles describing the event that were written many years after.
Thank you for the quick response. I spoke to John Burns about COMP 1125 and COMP 1200 during Fall '14 semester and he was going to take care of waiving those courses. COMP 1200 is a prerequisite for COMP 1360. Furthermore, I have already taken a spreadsheet and a database class at another institution, which is why professor Burns was going to make such changes. Please let me know if I need to do anything in regards to this.