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– by Laurence J. PeterAbout Me: Army RetiredWHIZ’s SUMMARY OF SKILLS – Collects and organizes data and conducts analyses (ATRRS), MSWord, Excel, etc..,
WHIZ’s SUMMARY OF SKILLS – Active Guard Reserve (AGR): Collects and organizes data and conducts analyses (ATRRS), MSWord, Excel, Access, Fox, Enable, …). Prepares and submits reports. Utilizes knowledge of PC-based software (spreadsheets, database, wordprocess). Provides technical assistance to staff. May monitor and analyze databases as Project Manager. May provide training and/or computer support. May supervise support staff. Designs, plans and conducts, from concept to completion, projects with significant impact on the unit (Training, Mob, Movement, Safety, Security). Assists with or conducts initial interviews of soldiers to provide training assistance, determine eligibility for training programs. May administer and score basic educational tests. Performs some administrative and/or clerical support for an office, unit or program area. Acts as lead worker or supervise other professionals. Utilize telecommunication devices, access Internet in performing or conducting analysis, maintaining, updating databases, conducting briefings and budget analysis. Plan/conduct Company Training. Plan mobilization, funding, operations and deployment for USAR units.(Tng NCO); Supervises duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment utilizing Unit Level Logistics Computer (ULC). Analyzes statistical data and reports to ascertain trends, conformance to standard and directives, and efficiency of operations. Coordinates logistical activities with other staff elements supply and service, and motor transport units. Conducts assistance visits to subordinate elements. (92Y40); Read/write schematic, block diagrams and blueprints for electrical and hydraulics. Supervise duties involving repair diesel and Turbine engines and transmissions and environmental protection systems (M1A1, Abrams), Request, receipt, store, issue, accountability, and preservation of repair parts and tools (92Y20). Perform arc and acetylene welding on a variety of metals. (63H40); Request, receipt, store, issue, accountability, complete Combat Operational Budget (COB) (92Y40), and preservation of unit Library (Unit Librarian); Supervise, rate, council, train, accountable/responsible for 20 – 35 soldiers welfare and over 12 million dollars of equipment. Advise officers of status, plans, and state of the platoon readiness. (Platoon Sergeant); Use hydraulic and mechanical benders. Renovate and or Install Commercial Electric using a wide variety of hand and power tools (Electrician). Perform Studding, finish and install drywall using a variety of hand and powers tools (Carpenter).
WHIZ’s EXPERIENCE and EMPLOYMENT HISTORY –
October 2000 to Present: Building 148, Warner Robins Air Force Base, GA, PHONE: 1-478-926-4174, Servicer(Mechanic): Install, troubleshoot, repair and perform preventive maintence on Ground Support Equipment (GSE).
September 1999 to March 2000; P.O. Box 111809, Nashville, TN 37222, PHONE: 1-800-945-9456, Assembly Technician: Assemble products for Service Merchandise for display. From furniture, gasgrills, lawnmowers to bikes, utilizing a wide variety of hand and power tools.
April 1999 to August 1999; Barnett Products Co., 3879 Lake St, Macon, GA 31204, PHONE: 912-745-1663; Mechanical Maintenance Mechanic., Install, repair and perform preventive maintenance on textile machinery and production areas using the following trades: Electrician, Mechanical Maintenance, Air Condition, Carpentry and plumbing.
April 1982 to March 1999; Improve the Readiness and Mobilization capabilities of the USAR. Organize, administer, recruit, instruct, or train the Army Reserve. Actively participate in formulation, coordination, administration, and implementation of policies, plans, programs, Project management and regulations pertaining to the USAR within the agency’s area of responsibility. Perform various tasks as assigned from administrative duties to repairing diesel equipment and other duties as directed.
Training NCO, Platoon Sergeant (63H4O), Mobilization/Movement NCO, ATTRS Manager, Facility Coordinator, Finance Officer, Unit Historian, Physical Security NCO, Automatated Data Processing and Manager (ADPM), Security NCO; Detachment 1, 360th Chemical Company, PO Box 3415, E. Camden, AR 71711-1515; Ms. Illinois Williams, (870) 574-0661.
Training NCO, ATTRS Manager, Platoon Sergeant (63H4O), Projects Manager, Mobilization/Movement NCO, Unit Mail clerk, Unit Security NCO; 323rd Maintenance Company (DS), building 3773 Barnum Road, Ft. Devens, MA 01433; Mr. Ronald Foberg, (508) 796-3728/2347.
Training NCO, Mechanical Maintenance Sergeant (63H4O), Battalion Safety NCO, Project Manager for 17 Units, Developing plans, policies and recommendations, collecting data for performance and problems to recommend problem solutions as Project Manager/Mechanical Maintenance Sergeant, Conduct Inspections, Mobilization/Movement NCO, Family Support Coordinator; 352nd Maintenance Battalion(GS), 1690 Riverside Drive, Macon, GA 13201-1399, CPT Steven C. Smith, (706) 444-2251.
Training NCO, PLATOON Sergeant, Motor Sergeant (63B4O), Mobilization NCO, Training Security Manager, Unit Security NCO, COMSEC NCO, Unit EEO; 993rd Transportation Company (TS), 2144 Lake Shore Drive, Wilmington, NC 28401-7297, 1SG Arnold Schwartz, (919) 763-8263.
Recovery Sergeant (63H2O) Maintenance Control Sergeant (63H2O), Tank Repairman (63H3O), Supply Sergeant (92Y2O), Tank Turrent Repairman (45K20), Motor Pool Sergeant (63B3O), Parts and Tools Clerk (76C1O) ; 195th Heavy Equipment Maintenance Company; Westminster, MD.
March 1977 to April 1982; Commercial Electrician; TRI-CITY ELEC, Orlando, FL; Fairfield Electric, Fairfield, PA
January 1974 to January 1977; Microwave Repairman, 268th Signal Company (TROPO), Ft. Lewis, WA; Supervises or performs installation, operational adjustment, repair, and maintenance of microwave and communication radio, multiplex systems, and related power equipment.
September 1973 to January 1974; Carpenter, Self Employed, Read/change blueprints. Perform rough stud, flooring, erect roofing and shingles, install cabinets, windows, doors, and complete interior finish utilizing a wide variety of hand and power tools.
March 1973 to September 1973; Synthetic Marble Set-up, mixing and pouring; Enterprise Marble Industries, Orlando, FL
July 1972 to March 1973; Laborer, Mechanics Helper and Evaporator Operator, Plymouth Citrus, Plymouth, FL
October 1969 to June 1972; Washington State Public Assistance, Mr. Glasner, Bremerton, WA; Painting Houses, Packing, unpacking and storing Polaris missile parts, Taking Census, Investigating and folow up of Grants.
May 1967 to June 1969; Orange Grove Maintenance, Self Employed; Apopka, FL, Zellwood, FL, Orlando, FL; Picking, packing, fertilizing, and setup of smoke pots.