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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Email: or

Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Veterans Preference: 30-point Veteran

Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI-active

Highest GS Level: 13 (current)



Job Announcement#



Core Competencies

Administrative Management; Administrative Operations; Office Management; Program Management; Project Administration; Operations Management; Human Resources; Hiring; Training & Development, Supervision; Executive Support; Budget Administration; Logistics; Inventory Control; Fleet Management; Information Systems; Intelligence; Communications; Reporting

Professional Experience

07/09/2007 to Present

Department of Army-Joint Services Unit

Fayetteville, NC

Hrs per week: 40-50

Salary: $92,700/annual

Supervisor: Josef Bath, Deputy Chief of Operationsxxx-xxx-xxxx; May Contact

Administrative Officer C GS 13
Deliver executive-level advice, consultation and support to Office of the Director of Operations, J-3, on wide-scope administrative policy matters impacting approximately 170 civilian and military J-3 personnel; requires decisive independent judgment in interpreting and employing broad guidelines in order to effectively analyze issues and provide solutions-focused recommendations.  Drive varied areas of operations spanning administrative, human resources, finance, travel, and security.  Spearhead diverse initiatives and special functions by effectively planning, organizing, guiding, and controlling J-3 administrative programs.  


Contribute dynamic leadership skills toward independently planning and executing workflow/projects as well as developing and implementing analytical methods and detailed procedures vital to productive administrative operations. Routinely review work to ensure quality, achievement of objectives and overall effectiveness in meeting criteria and goals.  Proactively address and troubleshoot problems/conflicts for prompt resolution across all areas of administrative operations.


Oversee military and civilian administrative personnel, including defining and prioritizing work, coordinating assignments and monitoring performance, with full supervisory accountability and authority in directing office and staff and encompassing performance evaluations as well as employee advising, counseling and guidance.  Efficiently manage travel budget and expenses for directorate in full compliance with IAW policies and regulatory guidelines.


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05/01/2005 to 06/30/2007

United States Air Force/USDAO

Tel Aviv, Israel 08930

Hours per Week: 50-65

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Colonel David O Meara, 972-03-519-7303; May Contact

Defense Attach Operations Senior Noncommissioned Officer (SNCO)/Master Sergeant

Served as Personnel Manager and Administrator for Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Directorate for Human Intelligence, Defense Attach Office (DAO), a multi-service, Joint Staff Assignment at DoD level; with personal accountability for steering operations of third largest global DAO.  Relied upon to provide expert executive-level advice and support; Executive Officer to DAO, service attach s and DoD Agencies assigned to Embassy. 


Strategically managed DAO budget and fiscal data, with focus on optimizing use of resources and containing operating costs. Efficiently maintained high-volume of DAO information files as well as DAO intelligence production, emphasizing quality control in coordinating and disseminating data and information reports for national-level consumers.  Proficiently coordinated office support requirements with Embassy officials.  Additionally applied strong organization skills toward coordinating US Naval ship visits and US military aircraft over-flight initiatives.


In capacity of Director of Administration, oversaw DAO administrative policy matters; successfully developed and implemented station policy on administration and personnel to maximize efficiency and effectiveness of operations. Steered human resource programs for Joint Community supporting thousands of temporary duty personnel representing all services.  Effectively reviewed DAO office job applications and conducted interviews for selection of top candidates.  Proficiently developed/wrote job descriptions. Compiled and produced detailed reports, published orders and executed executive-level correspondence and related communications.  Cost-effectively developed and administered $2M budget, with accountability for maintenance, equipment, supplies, official travel, awards, retirements, and evaluations.  Additionally led all DAO Embassy administrative components of tracking evaluation reports, awards and promotion boards.


Productively managed force protection for all assigned/temporary personnel throughout Israel; included arranging country clearances for both incoming and outgoing DoD personnel.  Serving as diplomat, coordinated arrangements with Israeli Foreign Liaison Office, including organizing support for 7.5K visitors; supervised foreign service nationals.  Consistently ensured compliance with protocol and requirements in designing and facilitating all administrative and logistical plans for senior DoD VIPs. Entrusted with managing a $2.5M fleet of armored vehicles. 


Further contributed as Post Employment Committee Member and served as DAO representative for ICASS Council charged with managing $11.9M.  Additionally ordered, protected and administered multi-service tests as Station Control Test Officer. 


10/08/2003 to 04/30/2005

USAF/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000

Hrs per week: 60-75

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Colonel John Posner, Unknown

Superintendent, Master Sergeant

Directed personnel and administrative affairs for Wing Commander, including strategic planning, organization and coordination of broad-scope functions ranging from military funerals, memorial services, honor ceremonies for distinguished visitors, and changes of command to retirement ceremonies, rifle team, parades, and celebrations; organized and facilitated 9/11 Memorial Ceremonies. Thoroughly monitored all evaluation reports, awards, decorations, promotions and administrative matters.  

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Analyzed and defined funding requirements and forecasted, created and executed budget. Drove human resource operations, with accountability for scheduling, conducting and evaluating training for 50+ personnel representing 18 squadrons.  Contributed to boosting morale and retention by creating and implementing innovative awards program; planned and coordinated quarterly/annual awards boards.  Successfully devised and briefed new rotation plan to 27 FW.   Created and integrated policies spanning Honor Guard professionalism, team responsibilities and position designation; evaluated and critiqued performance to ensure optimal discipline, appearance and competency of team members. Efficiently conducted personnel and weapons inspections.


Concurrently contributed talents in capacities ranging from Mortuary NCO and Exercise Evaluation Team Chief, responsible for planning and evaluating squadron role during base exercises, to First Sergeant and Team Building and Motivation Instructor, mentoring and guiding Wing s junior NCOs; also acted as Squadron Action Officer, Air Expo 2004.


09/09/2001 to 10/08/2003

USAF/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000

Hrs per week: 60

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Captain Roy Frierson, Unknown.  

Superintendent, Lodging, Master Sergeant
Drove broad-scope front desk and lodging administrative, human resource and financial functions for a $600K annual revenue 99-room lodging operation composed of 6 different facilities. Developed and prepared Appropriated and Non-appropriated budgets as well as managed financial tracking spreadsheets, monthly financial statements and accounts reconciliation to maximize bottom-line financial performance. Oversaw reservations and guest services; Liaison for Wing Protocol on reservations for all Distinguished Visitors, ensuring requirements and specifications for visits were accomplished. 


Effectively trained, coordinated and supervised team of 50 military, civilian desk clerks and non-appropriated civilian employees; strategically developed rotating work schedules for 24-hour operations to optimize use of human resources and control labor costs while meeting operational goals.  Steered human resource operations, from creating position descriptions and announcing vacancies to interviewing and hiring civilian personnel as well as managing time cards. Enhanced productivity by taking the initiative to develop and implement spreadsheets for efficiently tracking personnel evaluations, awards, promotions, and military/civilian personnel training. 


Successfully managed base-wide linen exchange contract as well as quality assurance evaluation for companies.  Concurrently directed resale operation, evaluating and determining effectiveness of service and retail operation program through comprehensive analysis of accomplishments against planned program standards and goals.  Consistently ensured storage facilities and procedures supported optimal safeguarding of equipment and supplies.  Developed, evaluated and briefed section on safety plans.


As a collaborative team player, held multiple additional positions including Squadron Safety Representative, Exercise Evaluation Team Member and Expeditionary Readiness Member.  Deployed to Ali Ahmed Al Jaber, Kuwait in support of Southern Watch as well as an undisclosed location in support of Enduring Freedom.


10/01/2000 to 10/8/2001

USAF/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000

Hrs per week: 60

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Captain Alexander Gaines, Unknown

Fitness and Sports Superintendent, Technical Sergeant

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Reporting directly to Base Athletic Director, in charge of planning, organizing and conducting intramural sports and fitness programs as well as supporting administrative matters for all assigned personnel.. Cost-effectively developed, prepared and administrated Appropriated and Non-appropriated budgets and managed financial tracking spreadsheets, monthly financial statements and accounts reconciliation.   Efficiently operated and supervised automated accounting, requisitioning and reporting systems as well as controlled daily activity reports.   Additionally established and supervised bare base facilities providing food, fitness, lodging, sports management, recreation, laundry, mortuary services, and field exchange operations to multi-service deployed personnel in support of Southern Watch.


Controlled $100K athletic equipment/supplies assets, including issuance and inventory management, to achieve high level of accountability and maintain optimal stock levels.  Assessed and defined facility requirements as well as surveyed to determine renovation, construction and modernization requirements.  Developed and administered fitness equipment and facility maintenance contracts to ensure maximum operational performance. 


Provided motivating leadership of 15 military and non-appropriated civilian personnel and steered human resource operations, including time and attendance cards management, position descriptions development, vacancy announcements, interviewing, and hiring.  Substantially improved human resource administrative efficiencies by developing and employing spreadsheets to effectively track evaluations, awards, promotions, and training initiatives; closely monitored all evaluation reports, awards, decorations, promotions, and administrative matters.   Spearheaded brief, slide presentation and orated squadron policies to Inspection Teams.


Proficiently coordinated leagues, tournaments and coaches meetings as well as organized and chaired squadron sports representative meetings. Served as Instructor for specialized technical equipment and trained unit fitness monitors to conduct unit fitness evaluations; actively assisted with all sports and fitness functions.




Meritorious Service Medal; 2005

Air Force Commendation Medal (3OLC); 1995, 1998, 2003, 2005

Joint Service Achievement Medal; 2005

Air Force Achievement Medal; 1999

Certificates of Achievement and Appreciation; numerous




Community College of the Air Force

Degree: Associates, Fitness, Recreation and Services Management

Earned: 2006

GPA: 3.2

Credits Hours: 60


Community College of the Air Force

Degree: Associates, Fitness, Recreation and Services Management

Earned: 1997

GPA: 3.4

Credits Hours: 89



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Specialized Training


Communicating Across the Generation Gap; 08/2010

Business Writing Course; 08/2010

National Archives and Records Administration Records Management; 04/2010

Human Resources for Supervisors; 02/2010

Management-Employee Relations Do s and Don ts Workshop; 01/2010

Interview Skills Training by ACCUHIRE; 06/2009

7 Habits of Highly Effective People; 02/2009

NSPS HR ELEM/Performance Management for Supervisors; 01/2008

Joint Military Attach Course C 10 wks, Bolling AFB, DC; 08/2005

USAF Senior NCO Academy, 7 wks, Correspondence; 01/2005

USAF Honor Guard Protocol, Honors and Ceremonies (MTT), 1 wk, Goodfellow AFB, TX; 07/2004

USAF NCO Academy, 6 wks, Kirtland AFB, NM; 05/2001

Crisis Management Course, 2 wks, Cannon AFB, NM; 08/1999

Administration Course, 9 wks, Elmendorf AFB, AK; 07/1995

Team Building Instructor Course, 2 wks, Lackland AFB, TX; 03/1995

Readiness Reporting Proficiency Course, 6 days, Tyndall AFB, FL; 07/1994

Quality Instructor Qualification Course, 4 wks, Maxwell AFB, AL; 04/1994

Arctic Survival training, 7 days, Eielson AFB, AK; 02/1994

Airman Leadership School, 4 wks, Elmendorf AFB, AK; 04/1993

NCO Preparatory Course, 60 Hrs, Eglin AFB, FL; 06/1988

Fitness Specialist Course, 12 wks, Keesler AFB, MS; 03/1987




Family Readiness Group Coordinator; coordinate and facilitate varied youth and adult activities

























Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000


Email: or

Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Veterans Preference: 30-point Veteran

Security Clearance: Top Secret/SCI-active

Highest GS Level: 13 (current)






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City/State/Zip Code


RE: Job Announcement # __________________________


I am extremely interested in being considered for the (INSERT TITLE OF POSITION) position currently available with your Department/Agency and am submitting my resume for review.  In advance, , thank you for your time and consideration.


As demonstrated, I am a 30-point Veteran offering vast military background in both USAF and Joint Force capacities.  Over the course of my military career, I developed a progressive background in broad areas of Administrative Management spanning Office and General Operations, Personnel/Human Resources, Program and Project Administration, Executive Support, and Finance/Budgeting as well as supporting areas of operations including Logistics, Inventory/Asset Management and Information Systems.  I excel in strategically prioritizing, planning and managing multiple simultaneous projects and workflow to optimize productivity, efficiency, quality, and cost-effectiveness of operations.  Further, I am a dynamic leader with strong communication skills who is highly-effective in training, developing and directing top-performing personnel. 


To complement this background, I offer two Associate Degrees as well as extensive ongoing professional trainings in areas ranging from Administration, Management-Employee Relations, Team Building, and Leadership to Communications, Business Writing, Records Administration/Management, and Quality Assurance


As an employee, you will find me to be a driven team player committed to supporting you in achieving your objectives through superior performance.  I am confident that I could be a valuable asset to your operations, and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.






Senthia McDaniel






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