Remarkably astute, talented, and seasoned management professional equipped with broad-based experience in emergency preparedness, disaster

planning, physical se curity measures, and safety operations. Hands-on manager with exemplary expertis e in applying innovative, state-of-the-art concepts in supervising cross-functio nal teams, projects, and missions simultaneously. Well-versed in conducting effe ctive training and development programs to continuously improve division operati ons, while significantly increasing efficiency. Excel at establishing and mainta ining long-term quality relationships with key military, civilian, and high prof ile individuals. Diplomatic; possess a keen eye for detail and extremely capable to multitask in competitive, challenging, and fast-paced environment. Proficien t in Microsoft Office Suite. CORE STRENGTHS * * * * * * * * Emergency and Crisis Preparedness Corporate Security and Safety Operations Strategic, Operational, and Tactical Planning Leadership, Training, and Team Building Continuous Process / Performance Improvement Outstanding Public Relationships Strong Organizational and Analytical Abilities Articulate Oral and Written Communication

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY HOSPITAL CORPSMAN 2007-2010 U.S. NAVY, NAVAL HEALTH CLINIC HAWAII (NHCH) ( PEARL HARBOR, HI Rendered high level of administrative support to the Director for Health Service s in managing daily operational aspects of the clinic. Managed and vigorously pa rticipated in disaster preparedness exercises to include Operation Lightning Res cue, HURREX, and Operation Lethal Breeze. Facilitated safety and environmental e valuations of eight outpatient areas to identify deficiencies and subsequently r ecommend corrective actions. Adhered strict compliance with Navy Occupational Sa fety and Health rules, Joint Commission, and National Fire Protection Agency sta ndards. Notable Contributions: * Instrumental in developing, communicating, and implementing comprehensive eme rgency response and occupational safety in accordance with the National Incident Management System and Incident Command System * Optimized personnel accountability and evacuation time by creating an innovat ive evacuation plan * Significantly improved readiness by conducting training, fit-testing, and mai ntenance of respiratory protection program for 194 staff members HOSPITAL CORPSMAN 2003-2006 U.S. NAVY, NAVAL HEALTH CLINIC KEY WEST ( KEY WEST, FL Applied dynamic leadership talents to nine junior Hospital Corpsmen to develop t heir competencies as well as to improve teamwork communication and organizationa l skills. Led the orientation of newly hired personnel pertaining to daily clini c operations, which ranged from scheduling, triage, and treatment of clinic bene ficiaries. Coordinated and maintained all facets of operations of the laboratory , pharmacy, and radiology departments independently while technicians were deplo yed. Educated staff and clinic beneficiaries through distribution of safety info

rmation, which drastically reduced mishap while fostering a safer work environme nt. Notable Contributions: * Commended for training 57 people to become National Registered Emergency Medi cal Technicians * Functioned as a medical liaison and hurricane response and recovery team lead er in the Emergency Operation Center * Served as the Department Infection Control representative to ensure proper re quirements were in compliance with Inspector General and Joint Commission standa rds HOSPITAL CORPSMAN 2003-2005 U.S. NAVY, NAVAL HOSPITAL SIGONELLA ( SIGONELLA, SICILY Primarily held responsible for providing physical security during heightened for ce protection conditions. Delivered mission-focused patient and family-centered care while reflecting the highest professional quality and ethical standards. Notable Contributions: * Initiated the development of a systematic triage curriculum enhancing staff m ember's ability to effectively and efficiently treat patients in need of emergen cy care * Recognized as Weapons of Mass Destruction instructor responsible for training 39 first responders in on-scene management and triage of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear casualties HOSPITAL CORPSMAN 1999-2002 U.S. NAVY, ROBERT E. BUSH NAVAL HOSPITAL ( TWENTYNINE PALMS, CA Dedicated to providing patient and family-centered care to the active duty and r etired families of the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center and surrounding com munities. Spearheaded, mentored, and trained five junior Hospital Corpsmen to el evate their abilities toward fulfillment of organizational goals and objectives. Notable Contributions: * Administered exceptional care of non-urgent to emergent patients, vital signs , triage, cardiac monitoring, intravenous therapy, suturing and medication admin istration * Educated and instructed 21 students on National Registered Emergency Medical Technician course TRAINING & CERTIFICATION FEMA / Emergency Management Institute independent study courses: Emergency Progr am Manager an Orientation to the Position, Introduction to Incident Command Syst em, Introduction to Incident Command System for Health Care/Hospitals, Applying ICS to Health Care Organizations, National Incident Management System, National Response Framework Basic Disaster Life Support Certification U.S. Navy Medical First Receiver Warm-Zone Operations Training Hazardous Waste and Emergency Standard First Responder Operations Level Training Fire Warden Training

National Emergency Medical Technician Instructor Weapons of Mass destruction Triage and Treatment Instructor Navy Knowledge Online Environment of Care Training Hospital Corps "A" School Basic Training MILITARY AWARDS Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals (2) Good Conduct Medals (3) Meritorious Unit Citations (2) Multiple Letters of Achievement

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