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President Engineering Program Manager in Tampa Bay FL Resume James Vosler

President Engineering Program Manager in Tampa Bay FL Resume James Vosler

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James Vosler is a Senior Vice President/Program Manager with more than 25 years of engineer management experience which includes managing a $10.4 billion-dollar global construction program for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, overseeing operating budgets exceeding $300 million, and leading an engineering organization totaling 3,500 personnel.
James Vosler is a Senior Vice President/Program Manager with more than 25 years of engineer management experience which includes managing a $10.4 billion-dollar global construction program for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, overseeing operating budgets exceeding $300 million, and leading an engineering organization totaling 3,500 personnel.

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James I. Vosler MBA, P.E.
Valrico, Florida 33594
Telephone: 813-685-1177
Cell: 813-716-7213Email:  JamesVosler@aol.com 
Strategic Planning / Executive Leadership / International Operations / Program Management Multimillion-Dollar Operating Budgets / C-Level Communications
 
B.S.
(Engineering),
M.B.A.
,
Master of Strategic Studies
,
Registered Professional Civil Engineer(P.E.)
, Senior Vice President/Program Manager with more than 25 years of engineer managementexperience which includes managing a $10.4 billion-dollar global construction program for the U.S.Army Corps of Engineers, overseeing operating budgets exceeding $300 million, and leading anengineering organization totaling 3,500 personnel. Holder of active Top Secret/SCI clearance.
Executive leadership, strategic planning, program management, process improvements, and changemanagement acumen gained over the past 25+ years encompasses:
As Versar’s Iraq country ma
nager,
captured and managed contracts totaling $57 million
to providequality control and quality assurance engineer services
for over 160 projects valued at over $6.7billion throughout Iraq. S
ervices included program management, construction management,submittal reviews, project controls, procurement management, quality control, and quality assurance.
 Expanded
$7.4 billion
global construction program revenues to
$10.3 billion
within
one year
by creating newbusiness development strategies and restructuring operations that led to agency revitalization.Created and executed a
win-win strategy
designed to successfully reconstruct
Iraqi infrastructure
. This effortwon a personal high-level commendation for leveraging civilian resources in implementing a
$200 million
 program while boosting the Iraqi national economy.Reengineered a government organization, slashing
$120 million
in annual operating costs while decreasingproduction timelines for creating mapping products from
one year
to
4 days
.
Core competencies:
Leadership by Example; Building High Performance Teams; Large ProgramManagement; Business Development; Process Optimization; Business Activity Monitoring; Working withHigh-Level Government Officials; and Implementing Global Communication Plans.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE & ACCOMPLISHMENTS
VERSAR, Baghdad, Iraq 2007-2011
Vice President/ Senior Program Manager 
- Versar, responsible for managing quality assurance/quality controlservices for over 160 projects valued at over $6.7 billion throughout Iraq.
 
Created an effects based plan to revitalize struggling construction program. The plan resulted in theconstruction of over 30,000 quality facilities on time and within budget. Our proactive approach to qualityassurance saved our client an estimated $800 million.Captured and managed contracts totaling $57 million to provide quality control and quality assurance engineerservices for over 160 projects valued at over $6.7 billion throughout Iraq.Captured $1.7
 billion worth of IQC and IDIQ contracts in support of USAID’s Energy and Water 
activities inAfghanistan and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency Demilitarization activities in the former Soviet Union.
 
 James I. Vosler Page Two
U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND, MacDill AFB, Tampa, Florida 2003 to 2006
 Director, Strategic Communications
 – 
Served as principal advisor to the Commander, U.S. Central Command.Responsible for developing, executing, and assessing campaign plans in support of the global war on terrorism withoperations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Horn of Africa.Created revolutionary global communication doctrine, techniques, and procedures that defeated Islamicextremist propaganda, misinformation, and disinformation in less than one year.Deployed a sophisticated $28 million annual communications program designed to inform the global media and600 million inhabitants within the Middle East and Southwest Asia about ongoing coalition stability operations.Led strategic planning teams that produced the Coalition Provisional Authority Transition Plan in 60 days insupport of Coalition Provisional Authority, U.S. CENTCOM future basing plan, and U.S. CENTCOM strategicplan.
 
U.S. ARMY, 555
th
COMBAT ENGINEER GROUP, Tikrit, Iraq 2001 to 2003
Commander 
 – 
Primary duties focused on leading an organization of 3,500 engineers and managing constructionprojects in support of military forces deployed worldwide.Expanded international engineering group from 1,200 to 3,500 personnel within 90 days, deployed them toIraq, developed and executed a $32 million national construction program in support of counter-terrorismagencies across the United States.Maintained $100 million fleet of heavy engineer construction equipment at 100% readiness level.Executed $200 million Iraqi infrastructure restoration program that included highways, bridges, hospitals,schools, oil lines, electrical plants, and water treatment plants. These projects were completed within 120 daysin a challenging and hostile environment.Developed, implemented, and maintained a dispersed bed down plan to include air-conditioned housing units,sewer, water, and electricity requirements for 26,000 personnel deployed throughout the Sunni Triangle in Iraq.
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, Washington, D.C. 2000 to 2001
 Executive Director Military Programs
 
 – 
Scope of duties consisted of managing a $7.4 billion global constructionprogram, developing and administering a $300 million operating budget, and overseeing a staff of 220 civilianpersonnel.Developed funding strategies for presentation to congressional leaders that secured a $10 billion constructionprogram for FY 2001 congressional budget.Created the visionary Fort Future community designed to house, equip, and train 200,000 soldiers and familymembers.Oversaw multiple concurrent projects worldwide, created customer support structure, and harnessed resourcesto develop tele-engineering teams, customer support teams, and design/build methodologies, which improvedquality, control, and client satisfaction.

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