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DUSTEN A.

JACOBS
XXXX XX XXXX XXX, CAMAS, WASHINGTON 98607
CELL: XXX-XXX-XXXX, EMAIL: DUSTEN.JACOBS@OUTLOOK.COM
LINKEDIN: LINKEDIN.COM/IN/DUSTEN-A-JACOBS/

OBJECTIVE
Admission into the University of Washington Foster School of Business Executive MBA program to further my
career, enable me to enhance and expand my skillset, and immediately contribute to the success of my
company.

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
• Currently a Program Manager with nearly 4 years of experience
• Posses over a decade of professional experience in a variety of leadership roles
• Completed the Boeing Program Management Best Practices (PMBP) Workshop
• Able to collect, organize, and analyze data to determine paths forward or make recommendations.
• Able to rapidly understand, develop, and incorporate new concepts and processes.
• Works well under pressure and is able to accomplish assigned tasks with a high degree of success.
• Team player with strong organizational, communication, and decision-making skills.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
MAY 2018 – PRESENT Insitu, Inc. Bingen, Washington
PROGRAM MANAGER
• Responsible for oversight, execution of cost, schedule, and technical performance of the MEUAS
program.
• Worked with cross-functional internal teams and the external customer to monitor, document, and
report the program’s time lines, issues, risks, risk mitigation and successes to stakeholders.
• Analyzed and evaluated data with cross-functional teams to determine critical path and best approach
for resolving complex problems.
• Prepared, completed, and submitted contract deliverables as outlined in the Performance of Work
Statement.
• Developed and gated multiple major proposal efforts.
• Respond to time critical requests from deployed field personnel as well as internal and external
customers.

NOV 2014 – PRESENT Insitu, Inc. Bingen, Washington


DEPUTY PROGRAM MANAGER
• Assisted the Program Manager with development, oversight, and execution of cost, schedule, and
technical performance of the MEUAS program.
• Analyzed and evaluated data with cross-functional teams to determine critical path and best approach
for rapid field integration/evaluation of new technologies.
• Prepared, completed, and submitted contract deliverables as outlined in the Performance of Work
Statement.
• Assisted in the development and gating of multiple major proposal efforts.
• Assumed the duties of the Program Manager in his absence.
JAN 2009 – PRESENT Insitu, Inc. Bingen, Washington
FIELD SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE – LEVEL 4
• Deployed to austere overseas locations, in support of U.S. military contracts, for up to six months at a
time.
• Served as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) with direct customer interaction in Iraq, Afghanistan, and
Poland.
• Promoted to Site Lead at a high-tempo location in the Afghanistan Theater of Operations, leading a team
of 15 personnel. During this deployment, responsible for the planning and execution of two site
relocations.
• As a Site Lead, responsible for the daily operations of the site, ensuring compliance and performance
against contract requirements.
• Site Lead duties also include: interfacing with various stakeholders, scheduling, prioritization, part
inventory, part ordering, and the Return Material Authorization (RMA) process.

AUG 2007 – JAN 2009 Quadrant Homes Bellevue, Washington


RESIDENTIAL ESTIMATOR/BUDGET ADMINISTRATOR
• Gathered and distributed critical documentation associated with the construction of seven homes per
day.
• Reviewed and measured floor plans for each home released for construction.
• Documented, processed, and followed up on in-process revisions of homes under construction.
• Processed high volumes of information flow effectively and accurately.
• Improved and developed several processes associated with the release and construction of homes.

Twentynine Palms,
JUL 2002 – MAY 2007 United States Marine Corps
California
CORPORAL (E-4) - INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST
• Deployed to the Iraq Theater of Operations on four occasions.
• Prepared intelligence products for dissemination to subordinate units.
• Managed a team of four analysts which evaluated military intelligence and produced reports.
• Counseled subordinates and recommended actions to increase effectiveness.
• Coordinated and managed organic, regimental, and theater level collection assets.
• Developed and implemented more effective reports, products, and databases.
• Developed and conducted training for personnel from a variety of job backgrounds.
• Worked in a fast-paced environment that often presented many different challenges.

EDUCATION
FALL 2016-PRESENT Washington State University Pullman, Washington
BACHELORS OF ARTS IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
• Maintained GPA of 3.55
• Named to President’s Honor Roll twice.

APRIL 2017 Boeing Leadership Center


PROGRAM MANAGEMENT BEST PRACTICES
• Completed coursework modules and received a certificate for Program Management Best Practices.
Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training
NOV 2002 – FEB 2003 Dam Neck, Virginia
Center
MARINE AIR GROUND TASK FORCE (MAGTF) INTELLIGENCE SPECIALIST (MOS 0231)
• Trained in basic intelligence skills such as analysis, briefing, collections, and targeting.
PERSONAL AWARDS
Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor
MAR 2017
Society
• Inducted into the inaugural BGS class at Washington State University. BGS membership is only extended
to the top 10% of business students.
OCT 2007 Quadrant Homes – Flawless Execution Award
• Received the Flawless Execution award for Quarter 3 of 2007 for work as a Budget Administrator.

NOV 2006 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal


• Received second Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for professional achievement in the
superior performance of duties as Intelligence Chief/Collections Manager/Assistant Intelligence Officer.
DEC 2004 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal
• Received the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for professional achievement in the superior
performance of duties as Senior Intelligence Analyst.