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Country of Citizenship: United States
Training; Managing; Supervision; Diversity; Readiness; Administrative Support; Personnel Administration; Expense Tracking; Logistics; Management; Team Building; Training and Development; Scheduling; Strategic Planning; Creative Problem solving; Collaborative Teamwork; Leadership; Client Relations; Customer Service; Performance Evaluation; Management Reporting; Decision Making; Communications; Recruitment; Budget Administration; Program Management; Project Management
United States Marine Corps,
1980 C 2010
Mrs. Denise Johnson; ( xxx-xxx-xxxx (yes can be contacted).
Administrative Senior Chief, 12/2004 C Present
Manpower and Reserve Affairs, Quantico, VA
Supervise and train 14+ Marines and civilians on the Deputy Commandant Staff. Held accountable for a variety of programs and internal concerns including Anti-Terrorism & Force Protection, Equal Opportunity, Combined Federal Campaign Plan, Navy and Marine Corps Relief, Toys for Tots, Maintenance Management, Medical Readiness, Family Readiness, Promotion/Awards, Marine Corps Mentorship, Voting and Urinalysis.
Coordinate a variety of actions and develop plans of action and milestones to effectively monitor and execute the security training program for protecting an average of 600 Marines and 800 government civilian employees, which include actively improving support avenues and measures available to the agency. Exhibit naval subject matter expertise in accommodating government officials resulting in selection as the Administrative Chief to numerous General Officers and Senior Executives at the highest level of command in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Engage in a variety of administrative functions including generating documents utilizing knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications, devising operational procedures, and supporting budget administration in conjunction with Manpower Financial section. Interact with the Office of the Director of the Marine Corps Staff, Office of Legislative Affairs, and other Marine Corps agencies as the direct liaison of Manpower and Reserve Affairs (M&RA).
Engage in multi-project management and expense tracking. Held accountable for tracking assignments issued by the White House, Congress, Department of Defense, Secretary of the Navy and other agencies. Advised Deputy Commander of Manpower and Reserve Affairs (DC/M&RA), by briefing him on upcoming events and important issues.
Senior Enlisted Advisor
Group Personnel Administrative Center, 06/2000 C 10/2004
1stMLG, Camp Pendleton, CA
Advised 100+ personnel. Considered a subject matter expert in naval correspondence, Marine Corps directives system, and Marine Corps Total Force System. Managed the professional direction of 100+ administrative personnel responsible for operation of 1stMLG and collaborated with the Director on how to quickly resolve administrative, maintenance, and operational efforts of the Group Personnel Center.
Remedied administrative Group Personnel Center concerns and consistently assessed program launch and continuation. Tracked the confidential service records and documents of Marines including personnel records, family location, combat awards, travel orders, and other forms of information. Advised and assist the Director on the efficient and effective of the budgets associated with the everyday operation of the Group Personnel Center.
Aided Marines in advancing and enhancing their career growth with mentoring, educating, and advising officers on appropriate next steps. Handled in and out processing and subsequent equipment tracking including return, issuance, and ordering. Ensured proper gifts for various departures gifts such as lithographs and plaques, and facilitating retirement/farewell ceremonies.
Officer Recruiter, 10/1996 C 05/2000
United State Marine Corps. Houston, TX
Interviewed candidates to obtain information on work history, training, education, and job skills. Contacted recruitment candidate to inform them of career possibilities, consideration, and selection. Conducted reference and background checks on applicants. Informed potential applicants about facilities, operations, benefits, and job or career opportunities in Marines Corps. Performed searches for qualified candidates according to relevant criteria, using computer databases, networking, Internet recruiting resources, cold calls, and referrals. Prepared and maintained recruitment records.
Administrative Chief, 07/1993 C 09/1996
5th Battalion, 11th Marines
Mandated adherence to policies and protocol of the Director. Reconciled personnel records within the Battalion and maintenance of the Battalion Service Records and Finance. Supervised 10 Battalion administrative personnel and mentored administrative personnel also. Exhibited knowledge of Marine Crops software, the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS), the On-line Diary System (OLDS), and the Unit Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS).
Administrative Chief/Enlisted Retention, 10/1989 C 06/1993
Verified requests for retention throughout the Marine Corps. Facilitated operations in the Enlisted Retention Section including personnel management, training, and organizational management tasks. Handled Retention-related congressional inquiries and inserted the information in a tasker database.
the professional development and personal well-being of 3 Marines and 2
Unit Diary Clerk/Inspector Instructor, 09/1985 C 09/1989
Managed all aspects of service records and utilized word-processing expertise to generate discharge and retirement documents, travel orders, leave authorizations, identification cards, command punishment books and maintenance of correspondence files and directives.
Mastered Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS), including On-line Diary System (OLDS), and the Unit Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS). Held accountable for accurately entering finance, education, training, and other forms of the Marines confidential information. Educated Reserve Marines on the accurate completion of administrative functions through classroom training and demonstrative lectures.
Administrative Chief, 05/1984 C 08/1985
Deploying Units, Okinawa, Japan
Directed the professional success of 5+ administrative personnel responsible for meeting the administrative support needs of deploying commands. Maximized efficiency of deploying commands by advising internal staff on maintaining service records, finance, standard operational procedures, personnel records management, and staff professional development.
Managed a workforce of mid-level Office Managers and addressed various functions relevant to employee training, organizational management, and supervision. Utilized the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS), including the On-line Diary System (OLDS), and the Unit Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS).
Non-commissioned Officer, Administrative Inspection Team, 07/1983 C 04/1984
Verified the inspection readiness of command administrative personnel situated throughout Okinawa, Japan.
Unit Diary Clerk, 12/1980 C 06/1983
Integrated knowledge of technology with the use of Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS), and the On-line Diary System (OLDS), and the Unit Diary/Marine Integrated Personnel System (UD/MIPS). Engaged in personnel records management including data entry of service and pay records, generating pond and allotment requests.
Name High School
Independent Duty Administrator, 1986
Command Career Counselor Course, 1989
Staff Noncommissioned Officer Career Course, 1990
Advanced Personnel Administration, 1993
Staff Noncommissioned Officer Advanced Course, 1996
Recruiters School, 1996
Legion of Merit
Two Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals
Three Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals
Two Letters of Appreciation
Two Certificate of Commendation
Four Certificate of Appreciation
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