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. As a YN1, she did specifically what further qualifies her selection as a CWO, she led as the Recruiter in Charge at Navy Region South, Hollywood. Through her leadership, she implemented an effective training program resulting in zone personnel earning Recruiter, Zone Supervisor and Recruiters in Charge for eight Sailors. YNC McMullen spearheaded the Admin Department as Department head while at Naval Beach Unit SEVEN, producing a 95% retention rate, 76% advancement in-rate and 55% enrollment in off-duty education. Undoubtedly, YNC can and will lead in each and every facet and SEA tour.
COI Donnie Piveral began his career with the Department of Corrections on December 1, 2014 at Maryville Treatment Center. COI Piveral is currently assigned as a Utility Officer on third shift. His probationary period completion date is originally August 31, 2015.
Story begins with the description of land. After early May, no more rain came to the red and gray country of Oklahoma. Soon the earth crusted and clouds of dust surrounded all moving objects. It’s the beginning of the dust bowl. “The surface of the earth crusted, a thin hard crust, and as the sky became pale, so the earth became pale, pink in the red country and white in the gray country” (Steinbeck 1).
Assigned as the Division MAPPS coordinator at the section level, I was responsible for supervising all Troop MAPPS Coordinators along with mentoring and training new MAPPS Coordinators. Coordinated and facilitated quarterly Troop MAPPS Coordinator 's meetings, providing Microsoft Excel and 632/SPCR process training which proved to be invaluable to new coordinators on a go forward basis. Presented 632 training to Troop 'C ' FOS supervisors during the First Line Supervision course. Acting as a liaison between the command staff of Field Operations and the information contained within MAPPS, RMS, CAD, E-daily, etc. I provided support in the development of policy, procedure, and SOP in all issues that relate to Field Operations personnel. Advocated the communication and best practices of MAPPS between the individual Troop MAPPS Coordinators and Field Operations.
In the past two years (while on administrative suspension), Sgt. Brown has excelled. All report that she has taken her administrative duties seriously, and is performing rather well under closer supervision. Accordingly, Public Safety planned to place PO Brown at the Academy or make her Chief 's pick.
Jenifer demonstrates good listening skills. She usually listens to others and allows them to make their point. She often takes time to demonstrate her understanding of a process. If Jenifer does not understand a process or policy, she will ask the appropriate questions and will provide constructive suggestions or ideas when appropriate. There was an incident earlier in the year with a co-worker which got out of hand and resulted in a written disciplinary report for insubordination on 12/5/14. During this conflict, Jenifer spoke very inappropriately to her manager and co-worker. Since this incident, I think Jenifer has improved her overall attitude; however, I would like to see Jenifer continue to express her frustrations in a more positive
Job Performance: Petty Officer Power has proven to be a vital asset to the power plants division on board USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75) while serving as the Jet Shop Night Shift Supervisor he led seven personnel in the complete tear down, buildup, testing, and trouble shooting of 17 F404-GE-400/402 engines. His steadfast initiative resulted in three new Collateral Duty Inspector qualifications increasing workcenter flexibility and readiness by 50 percent. He has qualified on a significant amount of support equipment to include: the shipboard crane, huffer, cc cart, 6K forklift and 20K forklift making him an invaluable asset to the Truman team. He has also completed the 3M/DC Qualifications along with Advanced DC and is 75 percent complete with his EIDW
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). She achieved outstanding results with limited resources and shortage
I would like to recommend Jessica McCloe Brasch as a candidate for a position with your University. I met Mrs. Brasch when she was my Television Production teacher at Wissahickon High School. Throughout my three years as her student, she inspired and prepared me for the job I hold today. As an anchor and reporter at WENY News in Elmira, New York, Mrs. Brasch taught me life lessons about the evolving world of news and media. She was also an excellent adviser in preparing her students to excel in college media programs.
Ms. Driedger is a hardworking person, enthusiastic and active always putting the best efforts into her work. As a summer intern for Penn State Extension in Montgomery County two consecutive summers, she has consistently produced a high standard of work.
Applicant meets all requirements outlined in OPNAVINST 1420.1B, NAVADMIN 144/16, and the physical fitness standards of OPNAVINST 6110.1J.
Reaves is consistently a top performer and subject matter expert within the ASI arena. His exceptional in-depth knowledge of the, ASI management process, and Navy networks has distinguished him through his superior performance and dedication to the CTF 1010 mission. His devotion to the team, command, and mission has significantly enhanced the overall organization’s readiness. Mr. Reaves is highly recommended for selection as NAVNETWARCOM Civilian of the
SGT Bass served as a Ration Control Specialist during the Mission Readiness Exercise (MRE). During so, she ensured proper accountability of subsistence and inventory of over $50,000 in value. Continuously, she had ensured class I support was available for over 7500 meals. Under inclement and straining weather, she continuously boosts the morale of the Soldiers. SGT Bass constantly proves her ability to become a viable and important
Communication: Officer Quarrell gives a relaxing tone and mannerism to the public during his interviews. His written correspondence is precise, accurate and generally never needs to be corrected for errors. I have not heard of any incident that Officer Quarrell communicates with the public ever in a negative way; however, he has been reminded about speaking to his coworkers or supervisor in a more positive way.
QUALITY: Work quality refers to effort that consistently achieves desired outcomes with a minimum of avoidable errors and problems. Are you meeting the requirements, expectations, or desired outcomes? How accurate and complete is your work? Is it completed in a timely manner? Is the work done in an efficient and effective method?