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Top 50 Division Chief Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Division Chief. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Division Chief resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.5% of Division Chief resumes contained Military Personnel as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Division Chief actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Division Chief:

1. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Supervised and managed 5 acquisition professionals comprised of civilian and military personnel from the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community.
  • Trained and enabled African military personnel in classified information exchange by instituting Multinational Information Sharing Network (MINIS).
  • Executed the functions related to providing HR services involving the procurement, assignment and utilization of military personnel.
  • Supervised 12 civilian and military personnel in the technical analysis of RADAR and communications signals of interest.
  • Managed and resolved crisis situations between military personnel and foreign nationals.
  • Supervised 63 military personnel and 27 civilian contractors.
  • Implemented military personnel management operations within the command.
  • Supervised five contractors and two military personnel.
  • Briefed high-ranking civilian and military personnel.
  • Monitored health of the force with particular emphasis on legislation, recruiting, and military personnel issues.
  • Perform, monitor and direct the accomplishment of more difficult military personnel functions for the command.
  • Managed and supervised tasking for Civilian and Military Personnel in the fielding and training on DTS.
  • Directed AF Personnel Operations for 84 Military Personnel Units and over 2,000 Commanders support staffs.
  • Program manager for $60 million modernization of the military personnel data system.

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2. Oversight

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Here's how Oversight is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Provided asset management oversight for the Administration and ensure that an inventory of State property is conducted periodically.
  • Performed clinical operations, functions, scheduling and administrative oversight for 47 providers ensuring timely access to care.
  • Provided oversight on all policies pertaining to organizational safety, instructor certification program, and special recognition programs.
  • Coordinated project management and oversight of Base Seattle Telecommunication Facility to meet established deadlines and objectives.
  • Provide extraordinarily broad environmental management oversight to all installation organizations affecting all mission areas.
  • Provided oversight and quality assurance for the planning and execution of explosive ordinance movements.
  • Provide management oversight to execute all environmental compliance and conservation, program activities.
  • Developed policy and directed the central management and oversight of all behavioral health care hiring for the US Army Medical Command.
  • Provided oversight and developmental planning for DSS' planned $150-million dollar (plus) facility in Fort Pickett, VA.
  • Provided management oversight of six corps supply support activities with a total inventory of over $25 million.
  • Monitored a central budget worth $3 million and budget oversight for Community Services activities command-wide.
  • Provided oversight for a $60B mission portfolio, including multiple command components across the USA.
  • Provided technical oversight for contracts and projects in excess of $6 million dollars annually.
  • Provided management oversight on education services, testing, mentoring, and training.
  • Provide oversight for the implementation and enforcement of NSA deployment procedures.
  • Lead team of nine oversight and policy development managers.
  • Provided guidance and oversight to the prime contractor.
  • Provided antiterrorism oversight for all deployments in U.S. European Theater.
  • Managed 62 Sailors providing quality assurance oversight in the storage and assembly if 271 precision guides munitions in 32 magazines. "
  • Steered eight Congressional and AF oversight programs to "green."

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3. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Developed media relations strategy to correctly handle extensive international media involvement in NATO's involvement in combat operations in Bosnia.
  • Developed and articulated combat operational User requirements for the Heavy Brigade Combat Team to include robotic and aerial unmanned systems.
  • Managed division efforts to improve AF operational contracting functions in support of enhanced readiness and combat capability.
  • Developed and maintained partnering relationships with Army and Joint operational organizations, combat and materiel developers.
  • Developed communications and public relations to improve the reputation of The Combat Support and Analysis Division.
  • Identified LRIT architecture augmentation to assist with international coalition efforts to combat piracy at sea.
  • Managed multiple intelligence collection, processing, and exploitation branches supporting multiple combatant commands.
  • Volunteered and deployed to both OEF & OIF during my HQS USAF Staff tour - gained valuable real time combat experience.
  • Arranged and supported over 90 high-ranking speakers per year including Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, and nine Combatant Commanders
  • Coordinated $350 million worth of combat and training munitions resources and acted as wing bombing range Liaison Officer.
  • Led 6-person military/contractor office to execute the National Personnel Recovery & Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) program.
  • Managed property in excess of 50 million dollars, with no loss or degradation in value during combat operations.
  • Administered $300M of ANG acquisition budget, maximizing aircraft combat capability and readiness.
  • Sustained largest Afghanistan operation since 2001; expertise enabled 250+ successful combat events.
  • Key intermediary with Air Force senior leadership and multiple Combatant Commands.
  • Managed Air National Guard Air Combat Training Systems.
  • Deployed in support of combat actions in Iraq.
  • Supervised cadre of 10 intelligence analysts providing multi-discipline intelligence support to Air Combat Command.
  • Directed personnel in support in support of multiple training events, real world operations, Non-combatant Evacuation Operations.
  • Performed rigorous studies that examined combat support and force level components of Joint Force closure and combat capability.

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4. Logistics

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Here's how Logistics is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Provided supervisory management of three support branches that include information management, logistics and financial management with over 30 personnel.
  • Supervised the integration of logistics planning and the implementation of a comprehensive inventory management program for the Material Management Directorate.
  • Sequenced maintenance activity priorities based upon analysis of the Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System and the flight schedule.
  • Focused on providing supply and logistics Customer Service for 145 units particularly sourcing equipment requirements and fielding of new equipment.
  • Supervised the logistics and embarkation of all tools and equipment to ensure effective maintenance operations at deployed locations.
  • Produced Afghanistan reverse logistics planning guidance to marry monthly targeted goals with network distribution capability.
  • Manage International Logistics Programs from development until financial closure.
  • Coordinated logistics for personnel augmentation and special equipment installations.
  • Managed development of maintenance and logistics doctrine.
  • Coordinated with senior officers in planning and scheduling resources, logistics, and staffing ensuring efficiency, quality, and effectiveness.
  • Provided logistics support for fire suppression operations throughout California for over 10 major fires and over 5,000 personnel.
  • Led worldwide working group to allocate scarce computer upgrades for 34 existing logistics computer systems.
  • Managed automation resources, maintenance programs, and logistics support.
  • Provided Logistics support and provisioning for three aircraft detachments deployed.
  • Directed Europe's largest Air Force logistics complex.
  • Advised CG on logistics issues.
  • Provided logistics supportability analyses for USFK campaigns and exercises.
  • Key contributor to Joint Force War Room supply and logistics strategy meetings, driving discussions to achieve solutions to warfighter needs.
  • Lead logistics advisor to the 14th Air Force Commander (3-Star General Officer).
  • Served as Logistics Readiness Chief for TF'10 ensured logistics reqts met--provided key oversite to Director.

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5. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Researched and developed country cooperation plan to facilitate partnerships and ensure efforts were synchronized with other DoD agencies.
  • Supported DoD 8570 requirements and individual requirement for training initiatives.
  • Maintained compliance with DoD standards and applicable connectivity methods.
  • Participated in the DOD Counterintelligence policy reviews.
  • Researched and interpreted DoD and Department of the Army complex policies that focused on removal of depleted uranium in allied countries.
  • Recognized by the four Military Services as the source and authority for all Foreign Language Training within the DOD.
  • Worked closely with senior Air Force, SOCOM, DoD, and FAA representatives to develop UAS policy.
  • Researched DoD and Department of the Army policies for guidance in removal of depleted uranium in allied countries.
  • Managed and approved all resident and non-resident training programs and resources allocated for DOD.
  • Gained approval and buy-in from leaders and experts from across DoD and the Services.
  • Provide guidance and advice as needed based on DoD/OMB regulations and Federal guidelines.
  • Program Manager for Space Shuttle operations at Edwards AFB: provided DOD support.
  • Conducted an in-depth, analysis of DoD programs, making recommendations to senior.
  • Led a work force of 98 soldiers, DOD civilians and contractors.
  • Managed $55M foreign language training program for the DOD.
  • Ensured compliance with Agency, DoD, and IC directives.
  • Served as the Medial Homeport Mental Health Consultant for the Department of Defense (DoD) Primary Care/Internal Medicine/Pediatric Clinics.
  • Developed excellent cooperative relationships with high-level officials at DoD, OSD, DOE, NREL, and ASA-IEE.
  • Created new standards for coordination with interagency allies and DoD agencies.
  • Focus on DoD Cyber Training requirements, course supportability and review.

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6. Human Resources

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Here's how Human Resources is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Reported to the Director of Human Resources with supervisory responsibility for nine direct reports.
  • Introduced and optimized systems to improve business and human resources capabilities.
  • Supervised staff of senior human resources professionals.
  • Managed three courses providing training in human resources systems, database management, awards, evaluations, promotions, and contracting.
  • Provided Human Resources for over 600 military and civilian personnel dispersed over the state of Alaska on three separate installations.
  • Advise and assist Human Resources Command program proponents and Chief of Transportation with the development and implementation of watercraft programs.
  • Provide full spectrum human resources support for over 500 intelligence professionals in Germany, England, and the United States.
  • Resolved formal and informal complaints by adhering to policy and direction of Human Resources (HR).
  • Managed the Advanced Officer Human Resources Training Program of Instruction, serving more than 350 officers annually.
  • Interacted with management officials, Human Resources Officers, and employees and providing recommendations to correct discrepancies.
  • Reviewed and consolidated personnel actions for submission to the US Army Human Resources Command (HRC).
  • Established and tracked metrics that led to improved customer service and human resources- related processes.
  • Created the cross functional Division in two months by working closely with Human Resources.
  • Represented command on senior level boards to accomplish Department ofDefense human resources initiatives.
  • Achieved global standards productivity by planning and administrating material and human resources.
  • Directed worldwide comprehensive civilian human resources administrationprogram for an Army Major Command.
  • Designed and conducted training programs on new human resources managementsystem within command.
  • Directed development of advanced human resources management training for senior managers.
  • Key Accomplishments: Shaped the development and implementation of new human resources policies and procedures.
  • Advised and counseled Commanding General and his staff on human resourcesmatters.

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7. Assurance

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Here's how Assurance is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Completed 6,000+ quality assurance checks of imagery and imagery intelligence products for incorporation into 151 country evacuation contingency planning support packages.
  • Assigned as Program manager responsible for directing the development and implementation of over 500 separate quality assurance work packages.
  • Created and maintained five online tutorials and automated completion notification system for required annual Information Assurance training.
  • Ensured critical network security by monitoring and implementing all Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts.
  • Guided directorate level implementation on DOD's Information Assurance Workforce Management Directive.
  • Provided quality assurance for the development of training and educational products.
  • Researched and drafted quality assurance audits checklist and other associated documentation.
  • Performed as collateral duty inspector and Quality Assurance representative.
  • Provided quality assurance while adhering to strict safety guidelines.
  • Developed and managed quality assurance programs.
  • Performed Quality Assurance Inspections of AV8A/T+/B Engine, Fuel System, frame, Structural, and Hydraulic Components.
  • Acted in a Quality Assurance capacity to ensure maintenance was completed safely and correctly.
  • Served as Logistics Squadron Maintenance Quality Assurance Manager from 2010 to 2013.
  • Assigned as the command Quality Assurance Inspector and Maintenance Coordinator.
  • Attended 18 months of Quality Assurance classes for ammunition.
  • Managed the quality assurance efforts of 10 senior Marines.
  • Liaised with appropriate NSA/CSS organizations to ensure complete acknowledgement and compliance for numerous Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts and Bulletins.
  • Enforced and ensured compliance with all DA-level Information Assurance guidance and security alerts command-wide over a three-state regional area.
  • Developed and implemented company wide Information Assurance security awareness training program with a successful pass rating of 95%.
  • Manage, supervise, develope & implement the operations of Quality Assurance Depart.

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8. Subordinate Supervisors

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Here's how Subordinate Supervisors is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Performed Supervisor duties to include assigning, directing and evaluating work of subordinate organization elements through subordinate supervisors.
  • Collaborated with subordinate supervisors in developing and implementing plans, policies and procedures.
  • Led daily efforts of eleven individuals through two subordinate supervisors.
  • Developed work performance standards for subordinate supervisors.
  • Managed three subordinate supervisors with a staff of 65 employees in support of the F-15 weapon system.
  • Supervised a large professional, technical, and clerical staff through subordinate supervisors.
  • Forged critical decisions on work problems presented by subordinate supervisors and field operations.

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9. Strategic Plan

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Here's how Strategic Plan is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Planned, reviewed and approved contingency, mobilization, deployment/redeployment and strategic plans.
  • Developed strategic plans for day-to-day operation of studio and production multimedia products.
  • Conducted strategic planning and management of international arms control treaty inspections.
  • Implement strategic planning and management.
  • Employed video teleconferencing to reach my geographically separated team members and formulated a game plan consistent with our strategic plan.
  • Developed strategic planning initiatives, workforce planning, succession planning initiatives, and other reports and documents for superiors.
  • Managed strategic planning and operations for employment and testing function across jurisdiction of 22 distinct departments representing 3.2K+ employees.
  • Developed the group's 5-10 year strategic plans and managed completions of state, city, and Federal mandates.
  • Facilitated decision-making, conflict resolution, strategic planning, and dialogue to move the clinical services forward.
  • Planned and conducted interdepartmental activities, such as conferences, training events, and strategic planning sessions.
  • Led 2006 strategic planning review to validate 43 Airlift Wing's mission, goals and objectives.
  • Aided in short and long term strategic planning for the maintenance of Marine aircraft.
  • Project Manager for education and training section of Strategic Plan in 2012.
  • Developed courses-of-action based on policy, context, and strategic planning.
  • Spearheaded first ADLS Strategic Plan development to capture future requirements.
  • Lead monthly strategic planning, steering committee and operations reporting.
  • Provided long term strategic planning to senior personnel.
  • Formulated strategic plans for the institution.
  • Developed the Center's FY 2004 - 2007 Business Plans, and the FY 2005 Strategic Plan.
  • Managed strategic planning and analytical production; optimized CW analysts role in Joint Staff Intel for SECDEF, CJCS and President.

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10. Technical Assistance

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Here's how Technical Assistance is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Provided advice and technical assistance to commanders and subordinate organizations in preparations for deployment to Operation Iraqi Freedom-6.
  • Provided technical assistance on the system procedures and applications.
  • Provided technical assistance to the contracting officer.
  • Provided troubleshooting, technical assistance on over 2600 individual MAF's over the two and half year period.
  • Coordinate education and training programs, provide technical assistance and monitor agencies that provide HIV CTR/PCRS Services.
  • Supervised, coordinated, and provided technical assistance for the Divion's information processing systems in mobile and fixed environment.
  • Directed major Federal programs for the successful execution of (Interoperable Communications Technical Assistance Program (ICTAP) and SAFECOM Programs.

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11. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Direct daily activities of talented team of 48 personnel including engineers, scientists, information technology professionals, psychologists and technicians.
  • Led programmatic coordination of the research, development, and information technology activities within the Computational Sciences Division.
  • Provided strategic leadership to technical employees providing information technology support.
  • Develop, assign and manage Information Technology accreditation requirements.
  • Collaborate with Information Technology (ZECAB) Team with the examination of acquisition requirement packages from the internal DFAS customers.
  • Promoted into a leadership position to manage the Applications Group within the City of Alexandria's Information Technology Services Department.
  • Analyzed, developed, documented, and managed Information Technology (IT) systems, processes, and procedures.
  • Prepared business cases and contract review documents and presented findings to Information Technology Review Board (ITRB).
  • Ensured DOD systems complied with the Defense Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP).
  • Managed and coached a team of 9 electronic technicians and an Information Technology Specialist.
  • Supervised the information technology program as well as the office management controls program.
  • Filled in as Information Technology Chief as directed, and supervised CG message manager and unit IT Help desk.
  • established a Close Support Division to strengthen the Signals Intelligence Directorate's (SID) use of Information Technology.

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12. Manpower

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Here's how Manpower is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Evaluated progress of program plans to determine whether overall command-wide objectives were being accomplished economically with reference to budget and manpower.
  • Supervised 4 operational divisions (budget, financial operations, manpower/programming and acquisition) with 49 civilian and military personnel.
  • Analyzed personnel assignments to ensure proper manning of garrison personnel and determined future manpower requirements effecting Personnel Readiness.
  • Reviewed and analyze manpower and equipment submissions to ensure documents properly reflect actual requirements.
  • Maintain positive attitude during tense periods of increased operations with decreased, limited manpower.
  • Advised management officials on organizational structure and alignment, and additional manpower requirements.
  • Recommended/advised on fiscal/logistical/manpower objectives, issues, and policies to the command group.
  • Streamlined Resource Management processes reducing manpower positions saving the organization millions of dollars.
  • Projected and managed manpower and maintenance qualifications/certifications to alleviate shortfalls within the division.
  • Prioritized manpower resources, to ensure satisfaction of critical organizational support priorities.
  • Employed emergent technologies to increase security capabilities without increasing manpower requirements.
  • Developed Manpower Model, executed the E-3 PDM public/private competition, and participated in the -135 Get Well Plan.
  • Managed the manpower and movement of over 280 personnel in 13 USMC squadrons related to the Aircrew occupational specialty.
  • Action freed 553 Active Duty manpower spaces for high priority tasks and saved $247M in operating costs.
  • Accounted for $18.5 million in training resources (manpower, facilities, training devices).
  • Advised commands on manpower and competitive sourcing policy and oversaw change request process.
  • Managed the unit's $7M budget and 500 manpower authorizations.
  • Analyzed multimillion-dollar communications-computer requirements to determine scope, manpower, needed, funding schedule, and viable alternatives.
  • Orchestrated single point manpower studies to determine defensible manpower requirements for the AFFTC five year defense plan (FYDP) input.
  • Used Force Management System Website (FMSWeb) and other Program Management tools to create manpower reports.

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13. Project Management

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Here's how Project Management is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Developed a replacement for a custom-built project management system using modified commercial off the shelf software.
  • Perform analysis, project management and production support efforts for custom-developed and vendor-purchased applications.
  • Improved project management across Division through reviews and incorporation of earned value metrics.2.
  • Developed and maintained custom project management information system.
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Coordinated, planed, and provided oversight for the integration of new technologies as required by Dept.
  • Awarded the US Coast Guard Achievement Medal for superior project management, leadership and mentoring of personnel.
  • Established staffing and project management process standards that were adopted at 19 sites worldwide.
  • Utilize project management processes to create systemic change to the service delivery model system.
  • Managed, track and maintained an effective project management database for all projects.
  • Mentored 2 junior project management team members.
  • Assist Project Management by creating organization matrixes with functional processes for effective control and integration of departmental function reviews and approvals.
  • Project Management Responsible for delivering projects on schedule, within budget and to the quality standards required by the government.
  • Provided Project Management support for DTS fielding and Help Desk Sustainment Operations.
  • Created Integrated Product Teams and developed an IT project management process increasing project success 30%.

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14. Direct Reports

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Here's how Direct Reports is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Supervised teams, met regularly with direct reports to monitor and evaluate progress, discuss issues, and recommend improvements.
  • Created spreadsheets, composed correspondence, managed databases, and created reports for the Chief and direct reports.
  • Freed of so many direct reports, I was able to focus better on long-range goals.
  • Supervised 20 direct reports, to include security, contract administration and port supervisors.
  • Directed 120+ worldwide, geographically dispersed team members through 5 direct reports.
  • Hired, terminated and monitored daily activities of 8 direct reports.
  • Managed up to three direct reports and seven technicians responsible for cryptological operations.
  • Led multi-tiered team of 23 direct reports.

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15. Joint Staff

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Here's how Joint Staff is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Developed threat intelligence for Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, acquisition community, policymakers/senior military officials.
  • Lead Joint Staff Politico-Military Planner for the successful negotiating of the U.S.-Colombia Defense Cooperation Agreement.
  • Engineered joint staff directed detection and characterization technologies, assessed capabilities and identified shortfalls.
  • Produced intelligence products for NSS, Joint Staff, SECDEF, Combatant Commanders, national policy makers and defense planners.
  • Compiled and presented the Joint Staff position at Air National Guard midyear review garnering an additional $1 million funding.
  • Served as a Liaison Officer to the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Staff.
  • Served as a principle adviser to Army senior leaders and the Joint Staff on Aviation force employment.
  • Supervised the funding of the Army National Guard fiscal station for the Joint Staff, NGB.
  • Implemented the Air Force's Resource Management System (RMS) at the Joint Staff.
  • Negotiated the establishment of Joint Staff Talks with our most critical regional security partner.
  • Coordinate different actions across the Army, its components, and Joint Staff.
  • Supervised the development of multiple strategic products for the Joint Staff.
  • Presented and championed the merits of the Joint Staff Fiscal Program.
  • Represented the joint staff and military equities within the interagency on multiple occasions.
  • Directed national/joint CRM activities for all COCOMs, JITF-CT & Joint Staff J2.
  • Represented Joint Staff positions within the Interagency and the National Security System.

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16. Officer Representative

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Here's how Officer Representative is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Served as the Contracting Officer Representative or Contracting Officer Technical Representative without a deficiency on 3 contracts simultaneously.
  • Supervised four Contracting Officer Representatives that managed over $46 million in Direct Health Care Provider contracts.
  • Worked as the contracting officer representative (COR) for the administrative telephone service contract.
  • Served as Contracting Officer Representative for two contracts.
  • Served as Primary Contracting Officer Representative on two extremely large Software Development service based contracts.

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17. Annual Budget

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Here's how Annual Budget is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Participated in periodic strategic planning and review for a research portfolio with an annual budget of $44 million.
  • Supervised 6-member Division and $750K annual budget to create and execute multiple Federal emergency response programs nationwide.
  • Managed an annual budget of over $300,000.00 and was personally responsible for annual budget reconciliation.
  • Led an 85 person team of engineers and scientists with a $15 M annual budget.
  • Managed imagery systems worth over $40 million and executed a $900,000 annual budget.
  • Prepared monthly, quarterly, and annual budget reports that advised the budget process.
  • Administered an annual budget of $4+M and a travel budget of $400+K.
  • Administered an annual budget exceeding $300K; regularly ended reporting periods under budget.
  • Managed a $1.5M annual budget to maintain and expand the network infrastructure.
  • Managed $1.2 million annual budget and led 57 military and civilian staff.
  • Articulated budgets submissions to the resource manager for submission to annual budget.
  • Formulated and managed annual budget of more than $15 million.
  • Managed a revenue generating annual budget of approximately $1.1M.
  • Systematized the execution of $6.6 million annual budget.
  • Managed an annual budget of over $2 Million.
  • Led 50 total personnel/$9M annual budget.
  • Managed annual budget of more than $5M.
  • Managed a $15 million annual budget.
  • Control and plan the annual budget.
  • Managed division-wide administrative processes, $3.2 million annual budget, contracted services for existing and new analytical requirements.

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Here's how US Army is used in Division Chief jobs:
  • Coordinated the external intelligence requirements between the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity and US Army Topographic Engineering Center.
  • Coordinated the efforts of US Army and contracted organizations to produce 4 web-based distant learning modules without cost or time overruns.
  • Managed a joint CIA, US Army, US Air Force and NSA group providing targeting analysis support to counter proliferation.
  • Increased the number of US Army Reserve soldiers into the co-commands by nurturing relationships with other chiefs of staff.
  • Coordinated numerous logistics support documents and assessments in the modernization of three major US Army aircraft systems.
  • Led AF's involvement in first-ever OSD led Capabilities-Based Assessment resulting in resolution of USAF/US Army positions.
  • Planned, supported and managed US Army basic combat training for 1,500+ soldiers in four months.
  • Researched and rewrote the Plumbing manual for the US Army.
  • Maintained all US Army recruitment policy regulations and manuals.
  • Provided direct guidance to USAREUR (US Army Europe), USAFE (U.S.A.F.

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19. Usaf

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  • Provided US congressional staffers with time-critical background papers and detailed staff summary sheets on USAF position concerning various subjects and programs.
  • Nominated by the USAF to serve in this joint duty assignment with the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).
  • Led/facilitated four working groups in which all three-star vice-commanders in the USAF voted on the strategic solutions developed.
  • Crafted USAF's role in emerging Proliferation Security Initiatives exercises to find and track unauthorized WMD movements.
  • Recommended courses of action to USAF leaders who shape United State government policy in the Gulf region.
  • Establish comprehensive USAF policy and guidance on processes for studies, analyses, and lessons learned.
  • Managed the deployment of USAF CE personnel supporting all EUCOM tasking within Europe and Africa.
  • Authored USAF Regulation on Standards of Release for Intelligence Imagery to the Republic of Korea.
  • Coordinated and provided logistics for annual ROKAF-USAF Intelligence Exchange Conference in Seoul, South Korea.
  • Directed explosive risk reviews of USAF bases stateside, Pacific and in Europe.
  • Ensured information accuracy and policy compliance of the USAFE Directorate of Safety.
  • Solved the largest civilian reduction (19K position) in USAF history.
  • Created USAF program to support the War on Terrorism.
  • Led 280+ people executing $6.2B+ to sustain 1200+ USAF and foreign C-130s.
  • Moved USAF programming from systems-based programming to a capabilities based programming approach.
  • Led the civil engineering effort within the HQ USAFE Command post that developed all plans in support of theater taskings.
  • Managed $300K budget in support of USAFA outreach across 5 regions; led onsite staff of 30.

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  • Ensured staffing and reviewing all new systems requirements documentation requiring Ordnance Missile & Munitions Center review and approval.
  • Designed initiatives to equitably reduce nuclear forces and masterminded thorough assessments and redesigns for National Missile Defense.
  • Planned and executed live-fire tests and experiments with direct impact on global anti-ballistic missile defense operations.
  • Directed design, development, and implementation of the Integrated Missile Database (IMDB) that replaced an arcade data system.
  • Ensured PAF compliance with United States technical security requirements for 53 F-16 aircraft and 2,200 missiles valued at $2B.
  • Managed Division level re assets to include rockets and missiles, and maintain their current operational status at all times.
  • Advised the Commander on the numerous missile defense issues affecting the combatant command; managed a $100K budget.
  • Space Weather subject matter expert for the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Ground-Based Missile Defense system.
  • Evaluated operational tests for aircraft, munitions, missile defense, and space systems.
  • Managed Computer, Missile Guidance, Mobile Depot Maintenance and Electronic Shelter Overhaul programs.
  • Planned and directed RESET completions of approximately 1,200 missiles to support war fighters.
  • Served first year as an Anti-Tank Guided Missile (ATGM) Threat Analyst.
  • Developed databases used for predicting the location of Russian mobile missile launchers.
  • Executed division clearance of res, for live rocket and missile res.
  • Headed a team monitoring, integrating and deploying regional missile defense.
  • Ensured proper integration of The Airborne Laser TMD System ensuring interoperability with various missile tracking systems.
  • Developed high visibility rocket a missile mission for high value targets at the request of the Commanding General.
  • Advanced Cruise Missile Program) and research and development facility system safety.

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  • Coordinated and facilitated extensive cross-border law enforcement and pollution response responses with U.S. and Canadian Government officials.
  • Coordinate and manage all international law enforcement training delivered by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center.
  • Provided law enforcement expertise critical to National Partnership development of law enforcement and counterintelligence products.
  • Developed and supervised installation law enforcement activities and security guard programs.
  • Led strategic-level purchasing of force protection and law enforcement equipment.
  • Reviewed unit's law enforcement boarding and investigation case file packages for accuracy, with a 0% return rate.
  • Manage the Instructor Development Branch and the certification programs for all instructors at the Federal Law Enforcement training Center.
  • Coordinate and control incidents utilizing proper response of EMS, law enforcement, SAR, fire and aircraft.
  • Conducted maritime missions ranging from search and rescue, law enforcement, marine safety to national defense.
  • Interact with numerous victims, law enforcement officers, and opposing attorneys to manage case counts.
  • Establish and maintain liaison with other federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
  • Provide law enforcement with real time legal advice during their investigations.
  • Process 532 Requests for Information/Service from outside law enforcement in 2015.
  • Managed incoming case files from law enforcement partners.
  • Advise law enforcement officers on criminal procedure issues.
  • Coordinated multi-agency support from domestic and foreign national law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
  • Managed all basic law enforcement training programs at Glynco, GA, serving more than 80 federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Served as a core Board Member of the International Law Enforcement Training Academies' (ILEAs) Executive Steering Committee.
  • Appointed to the Law Enforcement Committee for Institute of Counter Terrorism in IDC, Herzliya, Israel.
  • Directed joint law enforcement activities for 15 man task force assigned to the Interagency Operations Center.

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22. Daily Operations

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  • Managed daily operations for Transportation, Quality Assurance, and Inventory Control Departments with administrative supervision of the Support Equipment Department.
  • Encompassed organization of assets used for direct and indirect support of daily operations.
  • Conducted daily operations and performance update to senior general officer leadership.
  • Developed and implemented standard policies, which streamlined daily operations.
  • Developed and managed assigned projects and daily operations to include Defense Travel System (DTS), project budgets and schedules.
  • Supervised a crew of 5 in daily operations, including evaluation and discipline resulting in a company-record promotion rate for staff.
  • Trained and hired staff of 3 Portfolio Managers to supervise daily operations, maintaining compliance with facility and government policies.
  • Assist the Forces Readiness Officer with the daily operations of the Health Services, Supply and Food Service Divisions.
  • Managed daily operations of 37 Marines supporting four type model series of aircraft in an austere combat environment.
  • Led and managed over 150 personnel in daily operations, maintenance and worldwide detachments.
  • Led daily operations and scheduled maintenance tasks within three separate work centers.
  • Oversee daily operations for Customer satisfaction and Employee Relations.
  • Managed the daily operations and manning.
  • Presented daily operations briefing to senior staff Performed trend analysis of airlift operations to determine delay causes & develop counter measures.
  • Team lead responsible for the daily operations of ten personnel assigned to technical services division.
  • Directed the daily operations of a airframes and power plants shop consisting of 25 mechanics and aircrew.

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  • Provided improved risk management consultation on explosive storage programs and facilities.
  • Design System Safety and Operational Risk Management.
  • Performed risk assessments using an Enterprise Risk Management approach leading to operational reviews in IT, Finance and Operations.
  • Attended hospital staff meetings and advised hospital commander on risk management, claims, and personnel issues.
  • Conducted Operational Risk Management, Safe Driving, and high risk off duty recreational activity awareness training.
  • Supervised risk management assessments to air assets for 3K missions per week in 140 countries.
  • Trained over 100 personnel in Risk Management and AT Awareness.
  • Provide risk management training and review of all employment practices.
  • Supervised development of CG's Aviation Risk Management Program.
  • Serve as attorney-advisor to the Patient Safety and Risk management Committee at the military treatmentfacility.

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  • Organized training programs for junior personnel focused on increasing trade development and international economic integration for community leaders.
  • Supervised all training operations while simultaneously designing, planning, and implanting government training programs.
  • Provided supervisory review of Engineering management, safety, quality control and training programs.
  • Developed, managed and implemented security assistance training programs for 140+ Partner nations.
  • Developed and directed training programs to ensure Soldiers' proficiency and career development.
  • Developed and monitored training programs for each assigned unmanned system.
  • Supervised the training programs; prepared quarterly preventive maintenance schedules.
  • Determined training objectives and designed training programs including: outlines, text, hand-outs, tests, and designs laboratory exercise.
  • Advised education administrators on issues such as new course development, pilot training programs, conferences and working groups.
  • Scheduled and managed Safety Department's travel budget $20K; while coordinating inspections and training programs.
  • Served as instructor in training programs for BDO's on financial management, reporting, and compliance.
  • Researched new training techniques and suggested enhancements to existing training programs to coincide with changing market needs.
  • Led education and training programs serving > 400 military and 250 civilian personnel at numerous locations.
  • Managed hiring plans, work force shaping, skills analysis, and training programs.
  • Supported the use of the ADDIE model principles for the design of training programs.
  • Conducted semi-annual evaluations on training programs and employees to ensure total compliance.
  • Forecasted future requirements via analysis of current training programs.
  • Directed comprehensive training programs to improve team members knowledge for job performance and advancement opportunities.

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  • Developed a comprehensive Strategic Engagement Strategy to elevate Coast Guard visibility during the Bicentennial Celebration of the War of 1812.
  • Analyzed worldwide Coast Guard operations to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of available resources in a budget constrained environment.
  • Designed, developed and composed policy and instructions for Coast Guard employee response to contingency operations and domestic disasters.
  • Designed and maintained collaborative SharePoint site for internal and external Coast Guard stakeholders.
  • Implemented Coast Guard Fifth District Governmental Engagement strategy.
  • Synchronized budget execution with eight major Coast Guard directorates, Department of Homeland Security and Office of Management and Budget staffs.
  • Advised senior leaders on optimal use of Coast Guard resources necessary to achieve compliance with national security goals and objectives.
  • Directed the process of design and implementation of Quality Management Systems and Environmental Management Systems programs within U.S. Coast Guard.
  • Coordinated issues related to seized vessels by US Customs and Coast Guard as a result of smuggling of drugs.
  • Provided end-to-end program management for Coast Guard's Medium Endurance Cutter and Patrol Boat Fleet.
  • Assessed casualty control and emergency response drills across multiple types of Coast Guard assets.
  • Ensured the most accurate and in depth intelligence gathering for the U.S. Coast Guard.
  • Provided customer phone support for unsupported Coast Guard computer systems for six units.
  • Achieved the Coast Guard Achievement Medal for outstanding performance of duties.
  • Led planning and expansion of Coast Guard operations into the Arctic.
  • Managed a fleet of 80+ Coast Guard assets and 2000+ personnel.
  • Conducted safety inspections on Coast Guard personnel, assets and their compliance to industry standardadministrative and preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Led development of CG standards for training, sustaining, and employing Coast Guard Boat Forces to meet mission requirements.

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27. Customer Service

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  • Provided leadership and direction to ensure timely and exceptional customer service within the Organization Management and Staffing Services Division.
  • Reduced case backlog by 50% & significantly improved customer service by championing & implementing organizational restructuring.
  • Provide contract oversight, including review, monitoring, and evaluation of contractor performance/customer service.
  • Collaborated efforts with external organization and implemented improved customer service survey.
  • Developed a Legendary Customer service program.
  • Managed Patient Access Division and all aspects of the day- to-day operations to ensure quality patient care and professional customer service.
  • Identified key middle management and staff employees motivated to take the lead on improving processes and adopting sound customer service qualities.
  • Assessed and refined customer service delivery model and build metrics to measure quality, effectiveness and satisfaction of employees and retirees.
  • Managed all relocation, employment, base training, customer service, and causality and career development programs.
  • Hand-selected to lead a team of 11 personnel who provided customer service to more than 550 personnel worldwide.
  • Analyzed policies with regard to customer service and efficiency, recommending policy changes and process improvements as needed.
  • Lead Lean Six Sigma projects and was the Customer Service Champion.
  • Implemented performance measures, benchmarking and quality control to improve effectiveness, efficiency and customer service.
  • Empowered employees to make decisions and positive adjustments to the workflow improving customer service.

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  • Implemented training program on collection and analysis procedures, earning Navy Achievement Medal for exceptional performance.
  • Received Defense Meritorious Service Medal Skills Used Supervision, Leadership and Management
  • Received Army Commendation Medal for performance during a national level inspection.
  • Honored with Defense Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Received numerous Medals and Commendations.
  • Awarded the Defense Superior Service Medal for the effective synchronizing and prioritizing of defense policy and engagement activities in Northeast Asia.
  • Earned 7 Navy Achievement Medals, as well as Sailor the Quarter (twice) and Sailor of the Year accolades.
  • Awarded Navy Commendation Medal for completing nearly 600 maintenance actions and saving Navy more than $5 million.
  • Received the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, NATO medal and retired from the Army Reserves.
  • Received the Joint Service Achievement Medal, and a Certificate of Commendation.
  • Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation medal for above actions.
  • Received the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for the program.
  • Awarded the Coast Guard Commendation Medal (second time).
  • Awarded four Navy Achievement Medals and three Letters of Commendation.
  • Earned the Department of Defense Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Received the Joint Service Achievement Medal.
  • Awarded the Coast Guard Achievement Medal.
  • Awarded the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Selected Contributions: Earned USCG Achievement Medal for excellence supporting critical technologies in high- tempo setting.
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal for Civilians, the top EEO award granted for Federal Service.

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29. Training Requirements

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  • Supervised 116 unit personnel ensuring completion of training requirements, performance evaluations and safe mission tasking development and execution.
  • Requisitioned and replenished supply inventory for region office throughout European Command for 26,000 members formal training requirements.
  • Reviewed award packages, performance evaluations and training requirements for technical accuracy and validity.
  • Integrated complex and detailed training requirements from multiple organizations to identify operational capability gaps.
  • Monitored training of subordinates and insured all training requirements were met.
  • Planned and projected training requirements necessary to support training for Reserve, National Guard, and Department of Defense personnel.
  • Submitted funding, manpower, space and training requirements via standard procedures to the satisfaction of the Chief of Staff.
  • Managed the training program and performed instructor duties in order to address all training requirements for assigned personnel.
  • Scheduled annual training requirements for 37 military and 19 GS civilian personnel in 21 separate courses.
  • Coordinate with organizations both within and without the agency to ensure training requirements are met.
  • Developed a MS Access Database to improve tracking of personnel and numerous training requirements.
  • Managed $350 million annual munitions budget ensuring all aircrew met training requirements.
  • Directed fact finding review of ACC exercises to assess training requirements vs cost.

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30. HQ

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  • Initiated proactive/innovative organizational sourcing solutions to requirements ranging from combat in Iraq/Afghanistan to the 2010 Haiti earthquake humanitarian efforts.
  • Prepare, coordinate and present accelerated capability developments recommendations to TRADOC and HQDA senior decision making forums.
  • Coordinated recommendations for improved support with HQDA civilian personnel office.
  • Created, organized and staffed the first Chief Information Officer Support and Budget Branch at HQMC supporting the Director C4.
  • Worked with and coordinated actions through Program Managers, HQDA staff agencies, TRADOC staff and lateral staff agencies.
  • Monitored and communication with shore representatives to provide necessary supplies in Haiti during the 7.4 magnitude earthquake in 2010.
  • Managed the HQDA's counter narcotics, explosive ordinance disposal, infrastructure risk management and installation preparedness programs.
  • Assist HQ FORSCOM staff in preparing issues to be incorporated into the HQ FORSCOM IPL submission to HQDA.
  • Conducted HR workforce study and analysis, results reported to HQDA in determining strength allocation for HR Office.
  • Provided advice and assistance to Program Director, program managers, functional leaders, and HQ liaison.
  • Served as conduit to the Office of the Secretary of Defense and HQDA G-3 for readiness issues.
  • Provided critical assessments to DoD's senior leaders for Haiti earthquake response and mass migration contingencies.
  • Address budget requirements via formal and informal discussions papers within FORSCOM and HQDA staff.
  • Served as Division Chief and Senior Level Program and Budget Analyst in HQ environment.
  • Established a consolidated HQ IMCOM/Garrison/USAREUR Battle Rhythm calendar for use by the region.
  • Inspired leadership helped the team garner the 2013 HQ Outstanding Comptroller Team.
  • Led preparation of financial briefings for local and HQ.
  • Lead for all HQ AFSOC C4I Projects.
  • Lead Logistics facilitator/instructor; re-focused mission on establishing new forward bases Drafted/briefed/implemented new $2.3M financial plan; coordinated/approved through HHQ
  • Conducted Certification and Accreditation for Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems under sustainment by HQ AFFSA.

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  • Assessed readiness impact of OSD/congressional budget decisions.
  • Led the effort in setting up a new accounting system, OSD financial statements, Command contracts, and internal controls.
  • Translated and executed complex Office Secretary of Defense (OSD) reimbursable budgeting and funding activities into workable AFRL configuration.
  • Rationalized Army programs with the Joint Staff, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Congress.
  • Created, provided and endorsed budget submission worth over $1.1 billion to OSD, OMB and congressional committees.
  • Led in-sourcing efforts to ensure a smooth transition between key components, OSD, and AF.
  • Prepare executive summaries, justify and defend budget materials to Leadership, OSD and Congress.
  • Coordinate with OSD, HQDA, and other staff elements for efficient use of resources.
  • Safeguarded AF T&E capability via OSD $120M developmental test budget.
  • Remedied AF capability shortfalls via OSD's $15M operational test budget.
  • Defended Air Force budget submission to OSD and Congress.
  • Represented the AF during OSD's investment review process.
  • Ensured obligations, and expenditure rates met OSD goals.
  • Participated with DCSOPS on the OSD/JCS Deep Attack Weapons Mix (DAWMS) study.
  • Selected by OSD to assist in the Responsible Drawdown of Forces in Iraq.

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32. Data Analysis

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  • Provided scientific and technical guidance and leadership regarding research and data collection, data management and data analysis.
  • Created new ways to apply data analysis methodologies to large data sets.
  • Key Accomplishments Developed an automated data analysis system within the Corporate Information Factory to produce a monthly performance operations bulletin.

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  • Developed tools and countermeasures responsible for protecting U.S. Navy and Department of Defense networks against malicious cyber-related attacks.
  • Improved cyber guidance; assessed logistics compliance assessment findings/lessons learned; instilled efficient processes focused on system policy.
  • Developed and maintained an operational network cyber security status and operational force protection posture for the command.
  • Identified need for standard terminology across Cyber enterprise; improved certification/modification process across command agencies.
  • Supported studies to include an organizational restructuring of a Defense Agency and a Cyber network to link civilian and federal governments.
  • Paved path for US Cyber Command 1st ever Mass Transit program providing 1,600+ employees a potential $2.3M in benefits.
  • Subject matter expert; advised senior level officials on cyber systems effectiveness, efficiency, policy, and direction.
  • Contribute to the extension and build-out of the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Cyber Domain.
  • Led division in the performance of full-spectrum cyber operations against the best network defenders in the world.
  • Instituted development of Cyber website for data sharing of reports, articles, and briefings.
  • Ensured the highest academic standards for Cyber as a sitting member of the Cyber Center of Academic Excellence board.
  • Led development of implementation guidance for standup of U.S. Cyber Command.

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34. Sigma

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  • Participated in Lean/Six Sigma events for organizational improvement.
  • Reduced return of defects by 99% using Lean/Six Sigma principles and reduced unnecessary time spent in repair by 62%.
  • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in the application of advanced quality tools and methodologies.
  • Sponsored half-dozen six sigma belt projects projected to save up to $1.2 million in FY11.
  • Mentor personnel and utilize TQM/Lean Six Sigma to work towards effective resolution.
  • Served as Lean Six Sigma Airspeed Site Core team member.
  • Assigned as CFE s LEAN/Six Sigma training and initiative manager.
  • Applied Lean Six Sigma techniques resulting in improved system/service performance.
  • Certified, Enterprise AIRSPEED GREENBELT, Six Sigma.
  • Developed and implemented Lean and Six Sigma practices to improve production efficiency and eliminate waste.
  • Ensured AIRSpeed, Lean, Six Sigma and theory of constraints concepts are integrated in work center daily operation.
  • Integrated lean six sigma processes to improve training and maximize resources resulting in cost avoidances of over $6M.
  • Plan for the workflow analysis that led to improvements in processes captured in the original Lean Six Sigma project.

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35. EMS

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  • Managed computer systems and provided automation expertise at all command organizational levels to include combined, joint and service agencies.
  • Performed system administration on specialized CND applications and systems to include installation, configuration, maintenance, and backup/restoration.
  • Managed office automation systems, evaluated and developed recommendations to acquire new equipment/expand existing systems and office facilities.
  • Synchronized intelligence in support of crisis action planning and ensured national intelligence systems were postured to support operations.
  • Analyzed problems, identified alternative solutions, projected consequences, and implemented recommendations in support of goals.
  • Analyzed a wide variety of problems and assigned and directed personnel in coordinated operations.
  • Translated mission needs into computer systems requirements and helped to define functional requirements.
  • Operated and monitored satellite acquisition and antenna tracking control equipment, up and down link equipment, and high speed modems.
  • Identified problems within the base administrative complex, developed new procedures to resolve the various problems and implemented the new procedures.
  • Identified and analyzed issues, problems and contracting challenges and formulated and evaluated possible courses of action for resolving them.
  • Hear grievances, serious employee complaints refer unresolved issues to Production Operations Director, and reviews serious disciplinary problems.
  • Directed the repairs of 400 HZ power generation equipment, 28 VDC systems, 115 and 440 VAC systems.
  • Received, inspected, identified, stored, labeled, & disbursed all COMSEC items.
  • Team consisted of 75+ Mechanical, Electrical, Software, and Systems Engineers.
  • Ensured that the items purchased were properly and timely loaded to property records.
  • Resolve logistics problems, develop and implement corrective actions to any problems.
  • Provided an overview of potential problems to the commander of repair facility.
  • Advised and made decisions on unusual and difficult problems encountered.
  • Automated information systems; improving the Army Force Structure.
  • Supervised 30, responsible for Base and Warfighting Systems, Information Assurance and Enterprise Info Services branches.

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36. Performance Reviews

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  • Conducted quarterly command performance reviews.

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37. Staff Members

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  • Promoted safe work activities by conducting safety audits, attending organizational safety meetings, or meeting with individual staff members.
  • Established guidelines and performance expectations for staff members; provides feedback and periodically evaluates employee performance.
  • Established guidelines and performance expectations for staff members.
  • Briefed Congressional Delegations and Senate Staff members.
  • Coached, trained and mentored subordinates and support staff members for professional development, skill enhancement, recruiting strategies and techniques.
  • Conferred with board members, organization officials, or staff members to discuss issues, coordinate activities, or resolve problems.
  • Established guidelines and performance expectations for staff members, which are clearly communicated through the formal employee performance management system.
  • Briefed Congressional professional Staff Members on the Global Force Management process and the Army's planned and projected force requirements.
  • Provide both written and oral briefings to senior military leaders, GAO, NCTC, and Congressional staff members.
  • Collaborated with other managers or staff members to formulate and implement policies, procedures, goals, or objectives.
  • Supervised 12 oral board preparations and workshops, enabling 25 staff members to qualify as Master Training Specialists.
  • Interacted extensively with a broad range of medical staff members regarding patient care, status, and progress.
  • Coached and mentored 60 staff members by offering constructive feedback and providing direction for long-term career growth.
  • Managed operations and administrative and disciplinary issues for over 150 students and staff members.
  • Managed and planned a hands-on training program for staff members in operating AFATDS.
  • Provided advice, counsel, and/or instruction to staff members.
  • Led and managed about 30 staff members.
  • managed and trained thirty attorneys and twenty staff members.
  • retired) Grant writing/reporting/procedures/management: 3 grants funding 8 staff members.

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38. Ensure Compliance

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  • Reviewed interconnection contracts between various phone companies to ensure compliance with State and Federal regulations.
  • Monitored operational efficiency by reviewing work procedures to ensure compliance with established directives.
  • Implemented and ensure compliance with interim changes and revisions to communications instructions.
  • Directed day to day activities to ensure compliance with federal accounting standards and end of month/quarter financial reporting.
  • Make periodic visits and inspections to provide assistance and ensure compliance with policies, regulations and procedures.
  • Recommended corrective action to ensure compliance, safety and waste minimization strategies for 20 industrial processes.
  • Hire and mentor resources, conduct performance reviews, and ensure compliance with established processes.
  • Review documents, records, and reports to ensure compliance with STRATCOM operating procedures and DOD regulations.

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40. Performance Standards

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  • Measured established program performance standards and objectives, customer relations and satisfaction, and personnel utilization and cost limitations.
  • Established metric reports and performance standards designed to meet organizational goals and objectives.
  • Developed performance standards and prepared/conducted performance evaluation and disciplinary actions.
  • Developed or directed the development of performance standards, reviewed and approved evaluations of employees.
  • Establish performance standards and assign and explain organizations mission and structure.
  • Evaluate subordinates performance, set performance standards and initiate awards.
  • Counseled staff on performance standards and criteria.
  • Credited with measurably increasing the performance standards through implementing specialized training, counseling, mentorship and accountability.

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41. Government Agencies

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  • Presented, negotiated, and administered contracts, agreements, and memorandums of understandings with local government agencies and organizations.
  • Negotiated an agreement between 5 government agencies and Verizon Wireless to significantly improve cellular coverage for the White House complex.
  • Coordinate the counterintelligence (CI) activities of all US military, US government and ally government agencies.
  • Logged hundreds of hours enforcing security zones and conducting joint shipboard inspections with multiple government agencies.
  • Orchestrated USACE contracting and purchasing operations and functions with other U.S. Government Agencies as required.
  • Served as liaison for the department with other government agencies and the community.

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42. Technical Support

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  • Provided technical support for legacy systems and identified opportunities to enhance legacy systems.
  • Provided critical technical support to the Department of Justice's successful criminal prosecutions of pollution by foreign vessels.
  • Collaborated with vendors, sales and marketing representatives, development programmers, and technical support staff.
  • Provided technical support and monitored the applicants by providing auditing and quarterly reports to FEMA.
  • Provide technical support for FERC re-licensing negotiations of major hydropower projects in Pennsylvania.
  • Established thefirst training & certification program for all MHS technical support staff.

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  • Administered operations to ensure regulatory compliance with federal guidelines, including environmental and OSHA.
  • Ensured a safe working environment by complying with the Federal and OSHA safety standards and garnered a grade of 100%.
  • Developed tracking mechanism for verifying compliance with various government standards including OSHA, FISMA, and S-OX.
  • Ensured compliance with OSHA, EPA, NFPA, NEC, and other regulatory requirements.
  • Mentored subordinates on tool control, corrosion control, and OSHA compliant programs.
  • Maintained organizational risk management (ORM) policies and OSHA compliance standards.
  • Developed master plan, budgeting, safety committee, OSHA compliance.
  • Logged on duty injuries and reported per OSHA regulations and insurance guidelines Managed Fire Department Information Management System.
  • Established an interagency agreement with OSHA to provide asbestos sampling for MSHA.

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  • Organized and maintained inventory of supplies, surplus equipment, dispose of outdated personnel files according to Institute and OPM procedures.

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45. Contractor Personnel

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  • Led a 92 person staff of military, civilian and contractor personnel developing Air Force Tactical Data Link and communications systems.
  • Managed all aspects of occupational safety program for 18,000+ military, civilian, and contractor personnel at Edwards Air Force Base.
  • Promoted to Division Chief and supervised the software test and development work performed by Air Force as well as contractor personnel.
  • Supervised a group of government, military, and contractor personnel during stand-up and implementation of the Division.
  • Planned and executed highly sensitive IT projects, directing a variety of military, civilian and contractor personnel.
  • Led a 175-person software development activity (military, government civilian and contractor personnel).

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46. Cost Savings

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  • Conducted training on centrally billed account reconciliation procedures reducing prompt interest payments resulting in cost savings for the Department of Defense.
  • Replaced over 45K gallons of toxic/flammable/hazardous solvent with non-toxic/non-flammable/biodegradable material that will also yield substantial cost savings
  • Delivered capability above and beyond mission expectations each time within the desired schedule, providing millions of dollars in cost savings.
  • Reorganized my staffs, divested non-essential capabilities and process, and hired new talent at a net cost savings.
  • Developed cost savings by reducing 12 agency headquarters while maintaining capabilities to accomplish the mission.

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47. Direct Support

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  • Managed and performed operations and intelligence functions in direct support of US and allied force operations.
  • Supervised eight Noncommissioned Officers and more than thirty Korea Nationalist responsible for two Direct Support (DS) Maintenance sites.

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48. POM

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  • Developed POM programming requirements and supervise budget actions.
  • Prepared Program Objective Memorandum (POM) submission by MDEP, detailing requested, validated, and critical budget requirements.
  • Led the effort for the successful approval of a $1.7M ADOS POM budget for mobilization missions.
  • Developed the re-engineering foundation to redesign AMC, thereby saving $600 million in POM 99-03.
  • Lead HQMC C4 Analyst during FY 2002 Program Objective Memorandum (POM) build.
  • Developed the Command's Program Objective Memorandums (POMs), for planning future five year funding requirements.

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49. Operational Requirements

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  • Analyzed Coast Guard wide operations to determine their efficiency and determine how to better utilize available resources to meet operational requirements.
  • Project manager overseeing 9 collaborative projects with internal and external partners focused on refining current and defining future operational requirements.
  • Directed and monitored utilization of resources in executing, developing and attaining program goals and operational requirements.
  • Completed 100% on-time review/processing 42 tasks ranging across a wide array of national strategic/operational requirements.
  • Highlighted current capability shortfalls and presented well defined operational requirements for future acquisitions.
  • Scrutinized operational testing to ensure system met stringent operational requirements.

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  • Manage property condition assessment update and energy audit survey plan and coordination with agency sustainability policy.
  • Provided incident awareness and assessment, while ensuring strict adherence to all applicable legal frameworks.
  • Conducted Inspector General inquiries and investigations regarding security compromises, workplace and sexual harassment.
  • Provided assistance on-site post disaster monitoring of state damage assessment activities.
  • Managed the agency's serious incident reporting and post-incident assessment process.
  • Provided assessments, evaluations, medication management and short-term therapy.
  • Conduct interviews and assessments of potential candidates.
  • Review maintenance practices and maintenance paperwork for 17 work centers during 4 maintenance assessments earning an average score of 92 %.
  • Provide Enterprise-level RMF Information Assurance for Assessment & Authorization (A&A) of 100+ IS applications.
  • Provide a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.
  • Tracked C-17 integrated master schedule and integrated master plan milestone events and provided risk assessments to leadership.
  • Included completion the Maritime Security Risk Assessment Model and preparation for the 2007 Port Security Grant Program.
  • Maintained and trained in rules of Rights and Responsibilities, sexual harassment and fraternization.
  • Served as a CBRN SME during Hurricanes Ivan, Jeanne and Karl.
  • Developed internal controls and risk assessments and responded to audit reports.
  • Researched and produced assessments for future funding.
  • Debriefed assets and prepared analytical assessments.
  • Composed reports of training assessments and facilitated many highly effective AARs of CBRNE incident response training exercises.
  • Coordinated logistics across functional lines; facilitated team meetings and planned and chaired meetings with SMEs.
  • Team lead for the 2007 Los Angeles Harbor Threat Assessment Evaluat ion.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Division Chief

Military Personnel

26.9%

Oversight

7.2%

Combat

7.0%

Logistics

6.2%

DOD

5.3%

Human Resources

4.9%

Assurance

4.3%

Subordinate Supervisors

4.2%

Strategic Plan

4.1%

Technical Assistance

3.8%

Information Technology

3.6%

Manpower

3.3%

Project Management

3.2%

Direct Reports

3.2%

Joint Staff

2.7%

Officer Representative

2.4%

Annual Budget

2.3%

US Army

2.1%

Usaf

1.6%

Missile

1.6%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Division Chief

Rank Skill
1 Military Personnel 20.5%
2 Oversight 5.5%
3 Combat 5.3%
4 Logistics 4.7%
5 DOD 4.0%
6 Human Resources 3.7%
7 Assurance 3.3%
8 Subordinate Supervisors 3.2%
9 Strategic Plan 3.1%
10 Technical Assistance 2.9%
11 Information Technology 2.7%
12 Manpower 2.5%
13 Project Management 2.4%
14 Direct Reports 2.4%
15 Joint Staff 2.1%
16 Officer Representative 1.8%
17 Annual Budget 1.8%
18 US Army 1.6%
19 Usaf 1.2%
20 Missile 1.2%
21 Law Enforcement 1.2%
22 Daily Operations 1.2%
23 Risk Management 1.2%
24 Training Programs 1.2%
25 Coast Guard 1.1%
26 Curriculum Development 1.1%
27 Customer Service 1.1%
28 Medal 1.1%
29 Training Requirements 1.0%
30 HQ 0.9%
31 OSD 0.9%
32 Data Analysis 0.9%
33 Cyber 0.9%
34 Sigma 0.8%
35 EMS 0.8%
36 Performance Reviews 0.7%
37 Staff Members 0.7%
38 Ensure Compliance 0.6%
39 Fire Departments 0.6%
40 Performance Standards 0.6%
41 Government Agencies 0.6%
42 Technical Support 0.6%
43 Osha 0.6%
44 Personnel Files 0.6%
45 Contractor Personnel 0.5%
46 Cost Savings 0.5%
47 Direct Support 0.5%
48 POM 0.5%
49 Operational Requirements 0.5%
50 SME 0.5%
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