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Scott A. Hanson scott.a.hanson@us.army.

mil 5633 Bandit Drive * Dallas, TX 75249* (469) 371-7065 OBJECTIVE 20 year Army Veteran with a proven track record in leadership, management and th e strategic implementation of efficient operational processes. Seeking to work with, manage, and lead a team of professionals in a company which has a focus on growth and success in a competitive industry. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS * Over 20 successful years of experience in the U.S. Army including 15 years in managing up to 216 personnel. * Over 15 years experience in case management, mentoring, counseling and coachin g young men and women. * Excellent oral and written communication skills. * Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate and cultivate loyalty in a team. * Granted a 'Secret' security clearance by the Federal Government. * Proven track record of developing and implementing programs improving morale, productivity, and operational effectiveness. * Proficient in MS Office suite applications: Outlook, Excel, Power Point and Wo rd. * Promoted seven times and recognized on numerous occasions for leadership, cust omer service, technical knowledge, project management, and outstanding mission a ccomplishments. * Strives for the highest completion rate possible in all tasks given no matter the time frame. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE United States Army, Fort Sill, OK April 2008 to Present Senior Enlisted Advisor-Trained National Guard and Reservist supervisors on effe ctive training and management techniques including procedures to fully maximize limited training time. * Improved communication and the quality of training events for deploying units by creating and implementing a training curriculum that focused on improving job performance and managerial skills. * Improved the overall training and operating procedures of the unit by creating a Document Policy and Procedure manual. This resulted in greater accuracy and coordination of training and operating procedures for long and short-range proje cts. * Prepared and presented Operational briefings to executive management with over 90 % successful completion rate for mission analysis. United States Army, Camp Casey, Korea March 2007 - March 2008 Battalion Master Gunner- Principal trainer and evaluator for organization's mana ger. * Monitored the quality of training and testing for 475 soldiers. * Made recommendations for upgrades in equipment and programs which provided ove r 95 % certification rate within the Battalion. * Instilled cohesion between organizations by making recommendations for trainin g. This established a higher and consistent training standard throughout the br igade. * Ensured that individuals were probably assigned to best utilize their unique q ualification's and skill set.

United States Army, Fort Sill, Ok Dec 2003 - March 2007 First Sergeant - Principal human resources advisor to organization's manager. * * s * g * Co-managed a unit of 123 soldiers. Researched best practices and made recommendations to the unit manager on area such as employee discipline, reassignment, promotion, and incentive awards. Resolved conflicts between operating units by determining the facts underlyin the conflict, mediating cooperative agreement, and taking corrective actions. Maintained a 90 % or better readiness status at all times.

Operations Sergeant - Managed operations with a unit staffed with 5 Officers and 9 NCOs. * Responsible for the planning and execution of training for 415 personnel. * Ensured proper communication across all levels of the battalion that enabled t he Battalion to complete 100% of all assigned tasked from Brigade level. * Directed the maintenance of 245 vehicles, associated with communication, fire control, networking, and computer equipment. * Managed complex weapons teams, ammunition sections, and ceremonial detail cert ification programs ensuring all policies were followed. Platoon Sergeant - Managed a staff of 45 soldiers utilizing complex weapons syst em. * Supervised maintenance, training adherence to safety procedures, Equal Opportu nity, and the proper distribution, storage, and handling of ammunition. This res ulted in the top section and 4 out of 6 soldiers achieving distinguished honors during section competition. * Performed reconnaissance, initiated unit defense plan, and established supply reorganization within the unit. * Supervised the Headquarters platoon maintenance, communications, supply and am munition sections resulting in each being commended on inspections and evaluatio ns. United States Army, Fort Sill, Ok August 1999 - October 2001 Drill Sergeant - Managed over 65 students, providing leadership and mentoring in preparation for their military careers. * Mentored and trained students on leadership, military discipline, technical ma terial and personal endurance which lead to over 85% graduation rate. * Motivated students to succeed and overcome emotional and behavioral problems w hile providing mentorship for those not making satisfactory progress. Military Awards: 2 Bronze Stars, 2 Meritorious Service Medals, 4 Army Commendation medals, 8 Army Acheivement medals, Valorous unit award, Meritorious unit commendation, Expedit ionary medal, Global war on terrorism medal, Armed Forces Expedionary medal, Nat ional defense service medal (6th award) EDUCATION AND TRAINING * Associates in General Studies, Central Texas College, Fort Sill, OK 2010 * Diploma, Battle Staff Noncommissioned Officer Course, U.S. Army Fort Sill, OK 2007 * Diploma, Advanced Senior Leadership Course, U.S. Army, Fort Sill, OK 2003 * Certificate, Equal Opportunity Leader Course, U.S. Army, Fort Stewart, GA 199 7 * Certificate, Drill Sergeant Course, U.S. Army, Fort Benning, GA. 1999 * Certificate, Army Master Fitness course, U.S. Army, Fort Benning, GA. 1999 * Certificate, Army Safety Course, U.S. Army Safety Office, Fort Sill, Ok 1995 * Certificate, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Course, ADAPC, Fort Sill, OK 20 00