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country of citizenship: usa
veterans preference: 10-point, compensable service-connected disability of 30 percent or more
management; supervision; business operations; medical/healthcare administration; fiscal management; budget analysis/administration; program management; project administration; contracting; human resources; training; instruction; educational program development; procurement; logistics; supply chain management; inventory control; regulatory compliance; public speaking; communications
3/2002 - present
salary: 80,000.00 usd per year
hours per week: 50
apply sharp business acumen toward successfully managing operations of 6 payday loan stores generating over $150k monthly net revenue. effectively recruit, hire, coordinate, and lead top-performing team members; oversee and evaluate performance of 12 employees. conduct comprehensive research and analysis of potential new store locations and steer competitively priced lease negotiations. spearhead new branch launches. aggressively collect outstanding receivables; perform skip traces and facilitating filings of legal actions through small claims court. proficiently manage high-volume cash transactions and deposits; perform monthly reconciliations.
successfully recovered $6k in monthly receivables of previously lost revenue.
devised and executed enhanced customer application screening procedures resulting in $20k monthly savings and substantially reducing delinquencies from 13% to 4%.
2/1983 - 1/2003
grade level: e-7
salary: 50,000.00 usd per year
hours per week: 60
sergeant first class (sfc), grade level: 3-7
chief ward master, fort carson, co us; 2002-2003
led enlisted medical team of 238 medics, paraprofessionals and lab technicians supporting operations of a 279-bed field hospital. facilitated on-the-job training and classroom instruction; taught advanced cardiac life support, basic life support and medical in-services. effectively planned and coordinated patient care with physicians and chief nurse to optimize use of staff and facilities while ensuring delivery of quality medical services.
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supervisor, supply and services division, fort carson, co us; 2001-2003
logistics and operations for 296-bed combat support hospital employing as many
as 896 personnel, with direct accountability for supervising, training and
evaluating 85 management and ancillary staff. entrusted with controlling
impac credit cards and over $5m in medical supplies, field equipment and
medical maintenance. cost-effectively planned,
allocated and administered $10m budget to maximize use of financial resources
without compromising operational efficiency or quality.
commended for leading one of the top logistically supported teams in more than 7 cycles.
successfully coordinated and facilitated transport of 72-bed hospital equipment package, including logistics for 20-railcar load as well as air/ground transportation of 300+ hospital personnel.
manager, wellness center, fort carson, co us; 1998-2001
strategically planned, budgeted and spearheaded creation of first wellness center of its kind within the u.s. army system; steered facility renovation, equipment/furnishing procurement, staffing, and policies/ procedures development. created and implemented innovative programs focused on promoting a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to wellness and fitness servicing over 75k soldiers, family members, retirees, and dod civilian personnel. actively trained and managed team of 9 enlisted and civilian personnel and promoted a teamwork environment through proactive mentoring and motivation. proficiently facilitated stephen covey s 5-day seven habits of effective people course. conducted special population fitness assessments and wrote exercise prescriptions.
successfully led center to surpass jcaho certification inspection expectations.
collaboratively customized and implemented innovative smoking cessation program achieving twice the national average of success.
contributed dynamic organization skills toward coordinating tri-service wellness symposium attended by 200 participants.
wardmaster/platoon sergeant, fort carson, co us; 1997-1998
applied strong managerial skills toward directing operations of combat support hospital s 20-bed deployable intermediate care ward; led staff of 70 soldiers to optimize productivity, efficiency and quality of operations. efficiently and cost-effectively managed requisitioning, storage and maintenance of $1.2m in technical and tactical equipment/supply assets.
spearheaded first inventory audit in 3 years; achieving 100% accountability for all equipment and supplies supporting 8 intermediate care wards.
wardmaster, seoul, korea; 1995-1997
drove operations of intensive care and post-anesthesia care units as well as a 33-bed surgical ward; conducted routine performance evaluations to ensure quality of nursing care. actively managed 10 supervisors; developed and delivered paraprofessional nursing in-service training programs. elected to serve as functional management team led in preparation for jcaho inspections. applied nursing expertise toward preparing critically ill patients for air evacuation.
with accountability for $500k in medical equipment and supplies, resourcefully reorganized entire icu supply system an established valid 15-day stock levels.
strategically boosted standard of care and operational efficiencies by revising and streamlined nursing documentation.
steered merger of intensive care and post-anesthesia care units to achieve smooth transition while maintaining quality of care standards.
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practical nurse instructor, fitzsimons army medical center, aurora, co us; 1993-1995
concurrent with developing, revising and facilitating lesson plans, visual aids and practical exercises, proficiently managed safety program, including risk management, sterile techniques and universal precautions.
generated 100% pass rate in providing quality instruction of 46-week phase ii practical nurse course to 150 students annually; conducted both didactic and clinical classes.
wardmaster, fitzsimons army medical center, aurora, co us; 1991-1992
efficiently managed 33-bed cardiothoracic and urology surgical ward; scheduled and supervised as many as 12 military and civilian personnel and facilitated their professional development.
meritorious service award (3), army commendation award (3), army achievement award (2), defense of saudi arabia, liberation of kuwait
columbia southern university
orange beach, al us
bachelor's degree; 8/2008
major: business administration
97 semester hours
national american university
denver, co us
no degree; 1992
91 quarter hours
us army 91c
denver, co us
lpn certification; 4/1985
66 semester hours
lpn license, state of colorado
certified stephen covey facilitator
certified health fitness instructor, american college of sports medicine
certified advanced personal trainer, american college of sports medicine
certified health promotion director, cooper institute for aerobic research
instructor, basic life support (bls)
instructor, advanced cardiac life support (acls)
advanced military leadership courses, us army
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proficient: ms word, excel, powerpoint
david servantez, supervisor,
registered, selective service
job type: permanent
work schedule: full time
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