While serving as a YN3, she was ranked #1 at VFA 125 for her outstanding managerial expertise as the Alternate Agency Program Coordinator, TAD and Safety Clerk. She prepared and processed over 300 travel orders and provided government credit card support exceeding 500 personnel. Her attention to detail was instrumental for pilot qualifications were documented properly during 13 phases of instruction and qualification. As FLAG Yeoman at COMUSNAVCENT, she developed and led front office correspondence Standard Operating Procedures, processed over 1500 naval messages and 1250 flag correspondence documents flawlessly. Subsequently, she was ranked #3 E5s across the UIC.
I have accumulated a vast knowledge of the STEM field during my numerous week long trainings at Naval Base Coronado, MCB Camp Pendleton, SS Lane Victory, & Pt. Mugu Naval Air Station. These trainings included STEM, SeaPerch, and Aviation. I was awarded best engineering & design for my SeaPerch ROV. Not only have I come back with a great knowledge of STEM, but I have created many bonds with cadets from
Over the past year, Sherry effectively mentored this employee and significantly enhanced the employee’s capacity for independent work as well as increased her productivity. Sherry’s managerial skills averted potential termination of this employee. In addition to the items above, Sherry is an excellent ambassador for Central Michigan University and demonstrates with fidelity all of the CMU institutional priorities, core values and service values. Based on an analysis provided by PayScale and research conducted online, Sherry’s current salary of $55,222 ranks her at the 46th percentile of pay compared with other individuals that have her level of education and perform similar duties at nonprofit organizations, universities and school districts. Current market salaries range from $47,536 to $69,720.
Due to my experience and expertise as a transcript evaluator I for the past year, I am able to answer and handle all questions and matters very efficiently pertaining to processing and evaluating application and files. I have assisted many academic advisors and staff in the admission process. Currently I am positioned as a transcript evaluator I in which I evaluate student’s nursing and academic courses along with daily assistance
As the network technician for the 41st Signal Battalion, CW2 Jackson was instrumental in the planning and directing in over 100 projects that led to the increased health, security, and optimization of the strategic network in Areas I and II. His actions include; the creation of new links establishing SIPR and NIPR network redundancy in Area 's I and II, implementing tools to remotely manage encryption devices saving countless man hours, and the turn-in of 100 pieces of excess IT equipment worth over $250,000 back to the Army Supply System. CW2 Jackson instituted several improvements that will have lasting impact beyond his tenure. He developed and managed the configuration of over 1000 network devices across the battalion area of responsibility
As the Mail Clerk, PFC Pief was responsible for securing, transporting, and distributing mail for over 800 personnel assigned to the JTF. PFC Pief transported over 10,000 pieces of mail to the mail room where she expediently processed Express, First Class, and Priority Mail. PFC Pief ensured that all appropriate documentation was complete and that mail was available immediately for individual distribution without loss occurring. PFC Pief assumed the role as the Human Resources NCO in the absence of her Supervisor. While in the position she made sure to maintain all financial and personnel actions for the 112 personnel assigned to the 595th Military Police Company (I/R).
A big part of this number is the employees themselves. TAPS employs about 2500 men and women, and, “nearly 95 percent of Alyeska employees live in Alaska and carry a deep satisfaction knowing that their work is essential to their state and communities (Barrett).” They are so passionate about their efforts that they even refer to it as ‘TAPS pride’. Not only does TAPS provide job opportunities in construction, engineering, business, health & safety, and computer science, it also provides the opportunity for a paid internship for students looking for experience. As well as offering a source of income for the citizens of Alaska, TAPS also provides a great deal of revenue for
The missions, assignments and training I have executed over the past 15 years in the Army have led me to this decision point to become a Special Forces Warrant Officer. I have a strong foundation of leadership skills and technical and tactical expertise that will allow me to grow as military professional and commissioned officer. I want to be the Special Forces Warrant Officer our commanders have grown to depend upon and trust as they lead us in the defense of our nation. Para 1-4 of AR 600-100 (8 March 2007) defines leadership as “influencing people by providing purpose, direction, and motivation, while operating to accomplish the mission and improve the organization.” From the time I entered the service I have been in a leadership position.
For DoD, Air Force Combat Control Teams and the Air Force Contingency Response Group (CRG) had an immediate impact on force and aid flow. These first responders quickly enhanced the Port Au Prince airfield capability from around 35 to over 200 flights per day. Taking advantage of learned practices, Canada deployed its Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART), a joint, modularized military unit task suited for quick deployment to stricken areas. An immediate response unit, it deployed within 24 hours with engineers, logisticians, security and medical personnel, quickly assisting with the international relief efforts. The concepts of easily transportable and trained disaster relief teams were crucial to the joint responses by the U.S. DoD and Canadian Department of National Defence
This along with the selection of qualified, knowledgeable, resourceful and experienced individuals into leadership positions within the Division, promotes the best opportunity for improvements in this area. I have completed over 14 years of law enforcement experience. This includes 3 plus years employed as a police officer for the Lower Merion Township Police Department in Pennsylvania and 11 years in a variety of assignments within the Division. I have spent three plus years in the Intelligence & Criminal Enterprise Section. My skills, knowledge, resourcefulness and work ethic have all proved to be invaluable assets during my ascension to Detective Sergeant, both personally and and as a member of the teams I have worked with.
Again, in December 2015, the clinical nurse with the best scanning rate was recognized. As an added incentive to increase BCMA rates, a five dollar gift care was included in the recognition award. This took place the last week of December 2015 during a staff meeting. A second intervention was implemented in February 2016. All nursing staff with a scanning rate above 90 percent received a positive email from their director reporting their scanning rate and thanking them for doing an awesome job.
Focusing on service to veterans, service members and communities, the Legion evolved from a group of war-weary veterans of World War I into one of the most influential nonprofit groups in the United States. Membership swiftly grew to over 1 million, and local posts sprang up across the country. Today, membership stands at over 2.4 million in 14,000 posts worldwide. The posts are organized into 55 departments: one each for the 50 states, along with the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, France, Mexico and the Philippines. Over the years, the Legion has influenced considerable social change in America, won hundreds of benefits for veterans and produced many important programs for children and