To obtain a position with the opportunity for advancement-based experience and job performance.
Strayer UniversityJanuary 2018 – Current
- Present- 53% Complete- Bachelor’s Degree- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Secret Clearance.
- Provided access control and Processed visitors.
- Escorted emergency personnel.
- Received and processed incoming packages.
- Teach Security class to new incoming trainees.
- Monitored intrusion detection system
- Responded, assessed and reset alarms.
- Monitor Closed-circuit television (CCTV) and conducted interior and exterior security checks.
- Monitored and control vehicle access.
- Issued visitor ID badge in accordance with current facilities Access Control.
- Provide access control and other related administrative processing support as required.
- Operated and maintained manual and computer-based access control and other computer-related systems, databases, and equipment.
- Provided after hour security support services
- Reviewed, tracked and monitored security clearance processing activities with appropriate government personnel to achieve appropriate clearances.
- Understands the Department of Defense (DOD) Contract Security Classification Specification (DD-254).
Concentration in Human Resource Management.
Logistics & Environmental Solutions Corporation (LESCO) October 2018 –Current
Access Control Specialist (Contractor) – Ordnance Electronic Maintenance Training Department – Ft Gordon, GA)
Augusta RYDC (Reginal Youth Detention Center)February 2017 – December 2017
Juvenile Correctional Officers
- Responsible for providing a safe, secure and clean environment for the habilitation and custody of youth without endangering private citizens, other residents, staff or property.
- Work within the policies and procedures set forth by the Department of Juvenile Justice.
- Responsible for making sure shift duties are performed properly and complete.
- Supervising the activities of youth and maintaining control and order in State facilities, such as Regional Youth Detention Centers or Youth Development Campuses for juvenile offenders.
- Maintain and complete documentation and written reports for logbooks, SIRs and DRs and other pertinent documentation.
- Maintain positive working relationship with staff and youth detained at the Augusta Regional Youth Detention Center.
- Assist Juvenile Correctional Officers with unruly youth by providing crisis intervention.
- The work is demanding and requires maturity, reliability, and self-discipline.
United States ArmyVarious LocationsOctober 2010 – November 2016
Human Resource Specialist
- Team Supervisor
- Received instructions from management and delegated work responsibilities to employees.
- Helped employees understand their responsibilities.
- Identified problem areas and outlined corrective actions.
- Motivated team to perform in stressful conditions and meet deadlines.
- Conducted monthly job performance, goal setting, and career development counseling.
- Prioritized workload and assignment duties often with very short notice.
- Submitted reports as scheduled, using Microsoft Office Suite and military Software.
- Proofread memorandums and personnel’s award recommendations for accuracy while editing any errors prior to submission for approval to upper management.
- Generated daily reports and submitted paperwork to the HR Supervisor of all personnel status to track those on vacation, sick, present for work, etc.
- Maintained confidentiality in accordance with the United States Army Regulation and Federal Law.
- Conducted research,
- Collected and analyses data to prepare reports and documents.
- Recorded, transcribed and distributed minutes of meetings.
- Answered and managed incoming calls.
- Received and interacted with incoming visitors.
- Filed and retrieved documents and reference materials.
Unit Mail Clerk
- Recorded and reordered mailroom supplies.
- Trained other mail clerks on how to uphold policies.
- Picked up mail from the postal office for delivery to the proper employees.
- Set times for open of operations for employees to pick up mail.
- Unit Armor Course – Fort Hood, Texas, (2015)
- Combative level 1 – Fort Hood, Texas, (2015)
- Drivers training course – Fort Carson, Colorado Springs (2013)
- Ammo-67-DL HAZMAT Familiarization and Safety in Transportation (2013)
- Introductory Leader Development Course – Fort Carson, Colorado Springs (2012)
- Unit postal clerk – Fort Carson, Colorado Springs (2011)
- Advanced Skill Training – Fort Jackson, South Carolina (2011)
- Introductory Military Training – Fort Jackson, South Carolina (2011)
- Army Achievement Medal
- National Defense Service Medal
- Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
- Army Service Ribbon,
- Army Good Conduct Medal,
- Certificate of Achievement,
- Non-Commissioned Officer Professional Development Service Ribbon,
- Marksmanship Qualifying Badge Sharpshooter with Rifle,
- Marksmanship Qualifying Badge- MSK With Pistol