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Top 50 Executive Officer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Executive Officer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Executive Officer resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.4% of Executive Officer resumes contained Personnel Files as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Executive Officer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Executive Officer

1. Personnel Files
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Here's how Personnel Files is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Analyzed personnel files to ensure emergency contact information was accurate and all data was compliant with policies and regulations.
  • Provided direct supervision to 300 employees, developed and implemented personnel policies and procedures,kept up-to-date confidential personnel files.

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2. Logistics
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Here's how Logistics is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Direct inbound or outbound logistics operations, such as transportation or warehouse activities, safety performance, or logistics quality management.
  • Coordinated logistics and movement operations for transportation of Soldiers and equipment to several distant military training sites.
  • Coordinated with security team to ensure all logistics were conducted within the strict hostile environment regulations.
  • Developed goals and objectives that integrate organizational, logistics, supply inventories and maintenance management.
  • Developed and managed unit systems for maintenance, logistics, communication, and personnel administration.
  • Developed 40 entry-level logistics managers into confident, skilled, successful leaders.
  • Resolve problems concerning transportation and logistics systems.
  • Introduced an innovative Logistics and.
  • Served as the Company Executive Officer focused on the training and logistics of a company containing 11 detachments across the nation.
  • Aided with maintenance, logistics, safety, and preparation of 97-soldier troop as well as $45M in equipment.
  • Evaluated as the best maintenance and logistics officer out of 49 by the inspector general in a 14-month period.
  • Create training and policy manuals for administration, logistics, security, and maintenance support of the detachment.
  • Directed the planning, logistics, readiness, and operations of 600-person unit in Afghanistan during OEF.
  • Led 10-person team maintaining and providing logistics support for 16 vehicles and equipment worth $6M.
  • Lead and manage all staff functions associated with my organization to include logistics and operations.
  • Managed $1.5 mil operational budget and coordinated $15 mil maintenance and logistics contracts.
  • Managed logistics, fiscal, supply, administrative, and advertising activities.
  • Supported the flying and logistics missions of front line fighter jets.
  • Identified potential logistics issues and quickly leveraged all available resources to ensure seamless training.
  • Planned and coordinated company maintenance, logistics support, and administrative operations.

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3. Procedures
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Here's how Procedures is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Guided efforts in precision logistics initiatives and relentlessly reviewed and streamlined process and procedures by leveraging technology and best business practices.
  • Ensured operational policy and standards including determining safety procedures for the handling of related HAZMAT and dangerous materials.
  • Interpreted selected administrative policies, developed internal implementation instructions, and explained administrative procedures.
  • Improved scholarship acceptance rate by designing and implementing procedures to eliminate administrative errors.
  • Developed and implemented organizational policies and procedures for the medical facility and unit.
  • Develop, implement and revise organization policies and procedures.
  • Calculate, prepare, and issue bills, invoices, account statements, and other financial statements according to established procedures.
  • Monitored operations to ensure Armed Service members, and contracted vendors comply with governmental policies and procedures and safety rules.
  • Review all requisitions and purchase the company makes for accuracy and proper procedures followed for an estimated $220 million.
  • Advised and assisted employees, managers, and supervisors regarding grievance procedures and options for conflict resolution.
  • Managed the policy and procedures of the Marine Corps and Intelligence Support Battalion are followed.
  • Comply with federal, state, and company policies, procedures, and regulations.
  • Established and maintained ISO 9001: 2000 standards to mainstream processes and procedures.
  • Led, support and enforcement of policies, procedures, and standards organization-wide.
  • Established core development standards, policies, and procedures and maintained administrative records.
  • Set and implemented processes, policies and procedures for my Department.
  • Supported SPECWAR community while developing tactics, techniques and procedures.
  • Interpreted military policies, procedures and laws.
  • Planned procedures for training and discipline.
  • Supervised, trained and qualified senior level watchstanders to perform routine and emergency procedures for all submarine systems.

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4. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Developed and distributed company-level standard operations procedures in accordance with U.S. Army Iraqi combat operations.
  • Synchronized all battlefield operating systems and combat multipliers.
  • Second in command of a Brigade Medical Company that oversaw the treatment of over 4000 soldiers in a Brigade Combat Team.
  • Managed a 2-month training exercise of ground combat, aviation combat, and logistics training for 3,000 Marines in Kuwait.
  • Hand picked to deploy as lead assistant to commander of 1,200-person unit with 89 aircraft that flew 8,000 combat sorties.
  • Coordinated medical care at echelon levels I and II of Brigade Combat Teams or in conjunction a Combat Support Hospital.
  • Collected and analyzed data relating to medical records, demographics, government expenses and combat readiness for 149 soldiers.
  • Planned, executed, and trained over 3000 Basic Training Soldiers for Active Component Army units and combat operations.
  • Utilized daily combat training exercises to facilitate team-building with our foreign counterparts and to support the overall mission.
  • Planned, coordinated and supervised over 12 sessions of a 9 week Basic Combat Training program of instruction.
  • Retooled the unit's role to address the new role to retrograde combat units in 2004.
  • Managed the detachments supply, maintenance, and flight operations for over 1,200 combat missions.
  • Provided purpose, direction, and leadership to 48 subordinate soldiers in a combat environment.
  • Extended the combat readiness of our higher headquarters and sister units by 6 months.
  • Supervised an Infantry Brigade Combat Team deployed for combat operations in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Provided executive leadership for a combat team comprised of 171 personnel.
  • Awarded Bronze Star for exemplary service under combat conditions.
  • Awarded two Air Medals for operations in combat.
  • Coordinate and manage all administration and logistical support with 529 Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB).
  • Supervised the completion of over 70 hours of Air Combat Training System courseware, completing a multi-million dollar contract.

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5. Property Accountability
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Here's how Property Accountability is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Established a comprehensive property book and equipment tracking system, which greatly improved the troop's property accountability and serviceability.
  • Conducted and supervised property accountability inventories; identified shortages, initiated Reports of Surveys, and identified property for disposal.
  • Supervised and facilitated all property accountability inspections to ensure that proper command supply discipline is performed to standard.
  • Developed administrative and property accountability systems which became the standard across the Squadron.
  • Supervised all property accountability and maintenance operations for over 1100 pieces of equipment.
  • Maintained property accountability and serviceability valued in excess of $17 million.
  • Monitored equipment status and ensured that property accountability procedures were followed.
  • Managed unit inventories, property accountability, and physical security.
  • Assisted and advised commander on property accountability during transition period.
  • Managed unit supply, inventory, and property accountability.
  • Created a new database in support of property accountability.
  • Developed a Squadron-wide SOP for property accountability
  • Assisted the commander in 100% property accountability through direct supervision of the unit's equipment transported through multiple countries.
  • Maintained a property accountability rate of 99.97% during Change of Command inventories, highest in the Battalion.
  • Initiated a Battalion maintenance and property accountability program that maintained the battalion's readiness rate above 98%.
  • Managed property accountability and maintenance of vehicles and equipment worth in excess of $55M.
  • Managed property accountability, the Command Post, supply room, and the arms room.
  • Advised the command and staff on supply, property accountability, and budget prioritization.
  • Managed property accountability and inventory of over $24,000,000 worth of equipment.

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6. Oversight
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Here's how Oversight is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Provided Human Resource policy guidance and interpretation, Logistics Management oversight, and monitored Plans & Operations at the directorate level.
  • Directed ten senior-level administrative support personnel responsible for oversight and orchestration of the 28,000 person command.
  • Performed administrative oversight and training responsibilities for seventy-five precinct crime prevention officers.
  • Created and maintained oversight of continuing education program for active duty personnel.
  • Provided direct oversight management and supervision for more than 200 personnel assigned.
  • Supervised, trained and provided administrative oversight to 35 enlisted personnel.
  • Provided direct oversight and mentored three mid-level managers.
  • Supervised Information Managers and provided oversight of training.
  • Identified & acquired resources to create staff of 30 personnel to provide local oversight for detail design and start of production.
  • Operated in a dynamic and uncertain environment with little to no oversight meeting or exceeding all requirements with exceptional results.
  • Granted oversight of Ammunition Management, Environmental Control & Compliance, and Command Supply Discipline.
  • Specialize in the oversight of activities concerning building, vehicle, and equipment maintenance.
  • Conducted planning oversight and logistical support for five training events involving over 300 personnel.
  • Provided oversight and leadership of all Personnel, Processes, and Technology programs.
  • Supervised 96 personnel & provided contracting oversight for 150-person Base Operating Support contract.
  • Provide leadership and oversight of the organization's SES performance plan process.
  • Provided oversight for deployed operations, scheduling of deployments and training to support deployed SEALS and EOD operators.
  • Set office priorities, establish deadlines, and provide oversight of office personnel and administrative matters.
  • Provided oversight of over 5.2 million dollars worth of critical life support and combat equipment.
  • Provided leadership and oversight to over 1000 aviation logisticians and supply chain managers.

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7. Operational Readiness
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Here's how Operational Readiness is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Achieved an operational readiness rate at or above 90% fully functional by supervising and coordinating an organization-wide maintenance program.
  • Analyzed/developed resourcing operations; led to 100% equipment availability and highest operational readiness rate of 5 units.
  • Ensured operational readiness of all equipment.
  • Managed the maintenance program for 108 vehicles, improving the operational readiness of the company s fleet by over 50%.
  • Developed and maintained a vehicle and equipment maintenance schedule resulting in 95% operational readiness rate of equipment throughout the Company.
  • Maintained the operational readiness of $44 million worth of vehicles and equipment to sustain the Troop's combat effectiveness.
  • Managed the Company's maintenance program for a fleet of 60 vehicles continually maintaining a 95% operational readiness rate.
  • Led the unit to recognition for having the best maintenance program with an Operational Readiness score of 98%.
  • Served as unit maintenance officer, maintaining operational readiness of between 40-50 vehicles at 99% readiness level.
  • Tasked with the management, maintenance and operational readiness of more than $26 million worth of equipment.
  • Improved Training and Operational Readiness to the point that we passed the IG inspection for the first time.
  • Maintained a 92% operational readiness rate for 115 heavy and light engineering equipment for 5 months.
  • Ensured the operational readiness of office and associated equipment valued in excess of $2 million.
  • Maintained an equipment operational readiness rating of 95% versus unit average of 75%.
  • Managed the battalion maintenance program to achieve and maintain a 98% operational readiness.
  • Improved operational readiness from 88% to 98% within 8 months.
  • Maintained a 98% operational readiness rate for all assigned equipment.
  • Improved operational readiness rate from 50% to 90%.
  • Exceeded 90% operational readiness rate for 20 consecutive months.
  • Lead emergency actions trainer for Joint Operations Center (JOC) crew, ensured operational readiness of team.

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8. Training Programs
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Here's how Training Programs is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Evaluate instructor performance and the effectiveness of training programs, providing recommendations for improvement.
  • Develop, implements, and evaluates collective training programs which ensure the company maintains a high state of combat readiness.
  • Developed / improved instructor training programs from cradle to grave as tactical expert selected to train new instructor pilots.
  • Developed, delivered, instructed and evaluated training programs for 1,076 personnel in 18 unique career fields.
  • Evaluated and instructed pilots in flight operations, aircrew safety procedures, and ground training programs.
  • Graduated 518 weapons officer students in qualification training programs resulting in 26% increase in manning.
  • Planned and provided training programs to ready personnel and equipment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Created training programs, action guides and learning aids that positioned clients as experts.
  • Formulated, executed, and supervised training programs to ensure tactical employment of Platoon.
  • Analyze training needs to develop new training programs or modify and improve existing programs.
  • Led and managed the commands annual training programs for the commands 640 personnel.
  • Launched and directed training programs; conducted seminars and briefing sessions.
  • Developed and implemented training programs increasing readiness to 98%.
  • Design training programs to be implemented by lower ranking staff.
  • Acted as a group leader in various training programs.
  • Developed near-term, short-term, and long-range training programs.
  • Led all training programs and unit program development.
  • Assisted in the development and management of training programs designed to produce three operationally ready departments.
  • Plan, develop and maintain Risk and Crisis Communication training programs provided to inter- and intra-governmental agencies.
  • Managed 95 full time personnel, training programs, logistical operations and safety programs.

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9. Human Resources
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Here's how Human Resources is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Served as company Human Resources Supervisor, Logistics Officer, Security Manager, Environmental and Safety Officer, and Facilities Coordinator.
  • Directed administrative and human resources functions, and oversaw upkeep of two historic administration buildings.
  • Provide direction for human resources services, including recruitment, classification of new/revised PSC positions and adherence to FAR/AIDAR requirements.
  • Served as the liaison between senior staff and the Human Resources Division in matters of personnel actions and special requirements.
  • Manage the Human Resources section to include policy development, employee application process, employee evaluation process and position assignments.
  • Developed and implemented policies and procedures for excellence of customer service in the Human Resources Directorate, servicing 10 locations.
  • Provide administrative support for Director of Human Resources and Vice President of Marketing in the Networking & Computing Systems Group.
  • Establish or update Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for Operations, Human Resources, Supply Chain and Maintenance.
  • Manage and update multiple personnel data bases to ensure senior leadership is abreast the most current human resources actions.
  • Provided direction and clarity to the staff, while enforcing the vision of the JSOC Human Resources Directorate.
  • Managed all human resources and material resources for a Coast Guard group spread throughout a ten state region.
  • General human resources, interviewing, hiring, ensuring employees stay up to date with regulation requirements.
  • Plan, coordinate, and supervise the efforts of human resources, training, and logistics.
  • Orchestrated multiple departments to provide logistics and human resources support to an organization of 650 personnel.
  • Maintained day-to-day operations of the Team and advised the Director of Human Resources of JSOC.
  • Led 22-person section providing human resources support to active army initial entry training missions.
  • Managed a staff that provided human resources, logistics, operations and communications support.
  • Operated in dual status and the Battalions Human Resources Director for 650 personnel.
  • Managed major ship projects and all human resources functions.
  • Chaired boards, addressed, resolved, and recommended solutions to various human resources management issues.

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10. Squadron
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Here's how Squadron is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Directed protocol for distinguished visitors; conducted briefings detailing squadron capabilities to high-ranking United States and NATO officials.
  • Provided professional mentoring and leadership to subordinate squadron staff officers fostering an environment of teamwork and mutual success.
  • Reviewed correspondence from the wing, five other groups, seven squadrons, 26 tenant units, and numerous civilian agencies.
  • Hand-picked to work directly for the Training Squadron commander; a position never before filled by a brand- new officer.
  • Maintained the entire Squadron Personnel Records Worked with Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
  • Direct Link between SPTG/CC and seven Squadrons, the Wing Commander's office, and other base agencies.
  • Evaluate squadron and flight operations and ensure compliance with the self inspection program for Unit Compliance Inspection purposes.
  • Assisted the Base Commander in various projects and programs development aimed at squadron cohesion and performance.
  • Provided executive level support to seven squadron commanders and two division chiefs and their staffs.
  • Set up over 60 secure Video Conferences for Wing, Group, and Squadron commanders.
  • Awarded four quarterly maintenance streamers for the highest operational readiness rate in the squadron.
  • Coordinated successful completion of thousands of weapons deliveries to various squadrons and ships.
  • Establish, prioritize and direct the efforts of the squadron staff.
  • Led 7 person personnel team for a 300+ military squadron.
  • United States Air Force, 366th Logistics Readiness Squadron
  • Helped the Commanding Officer execute squadron business.
  • Second in Command of AV-8B Harrier squadron.
  • Prepared squadron reports, bills and orders.
  • Selected as sole Executive Officer to advance to Squadron Operations Officer for month-long critical mission in the French sector.
  • Rated best Executive Officer in Squadron from 9/99 to 12/00.

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11. Platoon
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Here's how Platoon is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Planned and incorporated training opportunities in conjunction with maintenance platoon to promote mission readiness and equipment readiness.
  • Commanded combat engineer, construction, and topographic units/platoon.
  • Provided leadership and experience to horizontal equipment platoon leaders.
  • Ensured the security, accountability, maintenance, and effective employment of all platoon equipment in excess of $500,000.
  • Lead a U.S. Army Patriot Missile Fire Control Platoon in Germany as an Army Commissioned Officer.
  • Led 33-person platoon training for deployment and executing combat operations for 6 months in Iraq.
  • Managed 10 direct reports and the welfare and training of the 30 headquarters platoon personnel.
  • Managed and operated a platoon capable of sustaining combat operations in support of the battalion.
  • Coordinated with the Platoon Leaders to make the Company training activities run together perfectly.
  • Support Platoon Leader supervising 73 soldiers in a Mechanized Infantry Battalion of 750 soldiers.
  • Commanded over 40 Marines as a Vehicle Mounted Platoon Commander.
  • Train, educate and mentor 4 platoon commanders.
  • Perform the duties of Guns Platoon Commander.
  • Scout Platoon Leader (0- 2/2LT), A TRP, 3-17 CAV, Fort Drum, NY, 10/1989 - 02/1991
  • Served as the Fort Knox Quick Reaction Force (QRF) platoon leader.
  • Managed platoon level and then company level Bradley mechanized infantry operations.
  • Served as Platoon Leader of 2nd Platoon Charlie Troop 2/108th and 2nd Platoon Bravo Troop 2/108th Calvary Regiment.
  • Directed, trained, and evaluated a 15-Soldier Headquarters Platoon and safeguarded equipment valued at $3M.
  • Scout Platoon Leader Responsible for training, readiness, health and welfare of 42 soldiers.
  • Selected Achievements Distinguished 3d Armored Division Infantry Platoon - 1982.

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12. Facility
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Here's how Facility is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Re-warehoused and installed new warehouse storage systems significantly increasing capacity and facility flexibility.
  • Establish short and long-range plans to include growth and facility/equipment improvement and replacement.
  • Performed in-depth cost analysis to fund several facility repair and construction programs.
  • Managed the use and maintenance of an Army Reserve facility valued in excess of $11 million.
  • Authored and published an Air Traffic Control Facility Operations Manual used by pilots from 25 different countries.
  • Directed major facility and automation upgrades to include conversion to NT client software and hardware acquisitions.
  • Manage vendor relations, facility upkeep, course development, promotions, and communication efforts.
  • Initiated a community marketing/outreach program that resulted in a 60% increase in facility rentals.
  • Resourced and managed the $5 million in facility remodeling and IT infrastructure upgrades.
  • Directed performance of vehicle repairs and maintenance of equipment and base facility.
  • Officer in charge of the motor pool and storage facility on site.
  • Managed brand new 50,000 square feet police facility (Green Building).
  • Utilized extensive planning, organization, and coordination skills to successfully complete major move to new facility within required timeframe.
  • Evaluated credit facility requests from Small and Medium Enterprises and Personal customer Prepared security documentation for the approved facilities.
  • Directed administration and 225 officer and enlisted personnel for this naval aviation weaponry research and development facility.
  • Letter of Offer to be dispatched within 7 working days from the date of receipt of the approved facility paper b.
  • Access to this facility was gained by entering The 1980s brought further diversification - this time expanding a Area 49.
  • Served as a key executive for an outpatient care facility providing healthcare for over 28,000 beneficiaries.
  • Maintained and accounted for a 25,000 square foot facility and over [ ] in property.
  • Developed and published the Operations order that facilitated the movement of the school into a new multimillion dollar facility.

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13. Advisor
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Here's how Advisor is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Improved student performance with creation of Student Advisory Panel which successfully secured $500K for Quality of Life initiatives.
  • Point of contact for CEO for all internal and external request, advisory committees and boards.
  • Lead for the operational, technical assistance, and advisory services of the office administrative functions.
  • Established Navy-wide standards for qualification of Foreign Training Advisors and standard operating procedures for execution of Foreign Training missions.
  • Provided executive administrative support to the Director and Reserve Advisor.
  • Performed duties as the primary instructor, academic advisor, and counselor to the Military Science (MS-1) Cadets.
  • Served as group commander's principal Company Grade Officer advisor, informing group leadership of all pertinent problems and issues.
  • Send information about the Chapter s weekly events to the Fox Den Newsletter to the Advisor of College Council.
  • Served as senior advisor to the Battalion Commander and as acting commander in the absence of the Commanding Officer.
  • Served as primary advisor to the commander and assumed his duties and responsibilities in his absence.
  • Performed as Contracting Officer's Technical Representative for command advisor (former marine Lt Gen).
  • Trusted advisor and Executive Assistant to the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence.
  • Served as the Special Advisor to the Vice Director on critical Agency matters.
  • Provided accountability for all air advisors through multiple attacks and kidnap warnings.
  • Served as a senior advisor of logistics to the Squadron.
  • Second in command and principle advisor to the commanding officer.
  • Serve as an advisor to the Deputy Commissioner/Assistant Deputy Commissioner on a variety of Agency- critical matters.
  • Assumed duties of resource advisor; implemented practical solutions to rectify incomplete record keeping.
  • Served in the rank of Colonel as the principal senior executive and legislative advisor to the Chief, Army Reserve.
  • Assisted the unit manger as the maintenance and Class III/V (fuel & ammunition) technical advisor.

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14. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Maintained a fleet of 56 vehicles/rolling stock utilizing preventative maintenance programs/systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance checks and service on tank chassis and automotive components before, during and after use.
  • Managed preventative maintenance, repair, and calibrations of all company equipment.
  • Maintained accurate records of preventative maintenance schedules, and MSDS sheets.

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15. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Counseled and advised officers and their commanders on the professional development and educational needs.
  • Assisted the Company Commander in the training, welfare, safety, and professional development of over 1000 soldiers.
  • Second in charge of a 117 Soldier troop; Assumed command in the absence of the Troop Commander.
  • Assisted the Company Commander and maintained a high state of readiness in an Army Reserves M1 Tank Company.
  • Acted as Second in Command for the Troop and assumed Command during the Commanders absence.
  • Advised the unit commander on all aspects of unit operation, training, and administration.
  • Assisted the Company Commander in the preparation, planning, supervision and evaluation of training.
  • Selected over all peers to Command a Battery rear detachment by the Battalion Commander.
  • Briefed the brigade and battalion commander on a three-month training program for the company.
  • Led four military and civilian personnel as the administrative hub for the commander.
  • Direct supervisor of commander's support team of 3 people.
  • Prepared and chaired staff meetings for Commander and reporting agencies.
  • Served as the interim commander during a four-month period.
  • Second in command and principal assistant to the commander.
  • Served as the company commander in his absence.
  • Assumed role of Mission Commander and flight leader.
  • Managed the commander's staff, 29 Soldiers, four UH-60L Blackhawks and equipment valued at $36 million.
  • Served as Executive Officer to the Brigade Commander, Warrior Transition Brigade - National Capitol Region.
  • Served as final proofreader on all coorespondance before submission for final signature to the commander.
  • Served as the chief technical advisor for the Commander.

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16. Daily Operations
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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Collaborated closely with the Thai military and facilitated daily operations with them and the supported U.S. organizations.
  • Assumed position of Branch Executive Officer; responsible for ensuring daily operations executed to standard.
  • Supervised activities of the Regimental Staff on daily operations.
  • Advised senior Air Force Officer, Commander, in daily operations and interacted with senior staffs throughout several organizations.
  • Advised managers of 14 offices in daily operations, resulting in a perfect record of achieving monthly quotas.
  • Hand selected by the Division Chief to support the Executive Officer in managing daily operations and requirements.
  • Second in command overseeing the daily operations of a 211 member Troop responsible for patrolling Central Massachusetts.
  • Managed and oversaw all aspects of staffing, layout and design as well as daily operations.
  • Supervised 15 State Troopers; coordinated daily operations/24 hour protection of Governor, Lt.
  • Managed the daily operations, readiness, and training of more than 250 personnel.
  • Managed corporate finances, personnel and the daily operations of the company.
  • Supervised the daily operations of the Brigade SAMS-2E system.
  • Coordinated daily operations, training, and readiness.
  • Manage daily operations, schedules, and spreadsheets.
  • Manage staff in the execution of daily operations.
  • Managed the daily operations of the Battalion.
  • Supervised the daily operations of the motorpool, orderly room, supply room, arms room, and communications section.
  • Managed the daily operations rhythm for the staff of more than 120 civilians and military personnel.
  • Coordinated logistic support with Provincial Reconstruction Teams in Khost, Afghanistan Supervised the daily operations of 7 SAMS-1E systems.
  • Rank: O2, First Lieutenant) Planned, organized, and directed the unit's daily operations.

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17. Annual Budget
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Here's how Annual Budget is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Developed and implemented annual budget.
  • Conducted membership drives, trained REALTORS on Code of Ethics, developed and monitored $1 million dollar annual budgets.
  • Directed and administered all budgetary aspects for $120M annual budget including crafting, requesting, recommending, and execution.
  • Managed an annual budget in excess of $100 million, including $25 million in service/material contracts.
  • Maintained and executed an annual budget of 8.4 million dollars (exclusive of salaries).
  • Formulated, defended, and executed an annual budget of over $6.5 million.
  • Planned, executed and provided fiscal oversight of a $2.4m annual budget.
  • Maintained, managed, and executed over $2.6 million annual budget.
  • Identified and recommended spending priorities for annual budget of $184 million.
  • Manage $13 million annual budget in operations and support contracts.
  • Monitor $5 million annual budget and audit equipment inventory.
  • Executed $175M/yr of construction/services with $80M annual budget.
  • Managed the directorate's annual budget of $250,000.
  • Managed command annual budget of over $1.5 million.
  • Managed an annual budget in excess of $15.4M.
  • Executed an annual budget of $2 million.
  • Managed, tracked, and CONDUCTED AUDITS on the annual budget of $30 million.
  • Established and maintained annual budget ensuring healthy revenue gains while appropriately balancing expenses Wrote member weekly & monthly e-publications.
  • Developed and maintained a spending plan which sustained the quality of life for Soldiers with an annual budget of [ ]
  • Managed a [ ] annual budget to within 2%.

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18. Medal
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Here's how Medal is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Recommended for Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding leadership and performance of duties.
  • Awarded a Joint Service Commendation Medal for outstanding administrative support.
  • Received an Army Commendation medal for exceptional service in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior performance
  • Received Army Commendation Medal for superior performance.
  • Earned various commendation Service Medals.
  • Received US Air Force Commendation, Good Conduct, Achievement, and the Global War on Terrorism Medals.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal for performance as the unit's Executive Officer.
  • Received a Bronze Star Medal for my accomplishments during my tour of duty.
  • Awarded the Meritorious Service Medal for performance as an Executive Officer.
  • Awarded the Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal for outstanding performance of duties.
  • Earned Army Commendation Medal for support during Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Received Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for distinguished service.
  • Awarded Meritorious Service Medal for Battle Staff training excellence.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for superior performance of duty.
  • Received the Humanitarian Service Medal for my actions.
  • Awarded a Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding efforts.
  • Recommended for the Navy Commendation Medal for leadership.
  • Received second Meritorious Service Medal for these works.
  • Received Coast Guard Achievement Medal.

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  • Conducted monthly training planning meetings and directed professional development training for line level managers and supervisors.
  • Provide annual performance evaluations, promotion recommendations and professional development plans for 115 Air Force officers.
  • Developed subordinate leaders through an active professional development program emphasizing coaching, counseling and mentoring.
  • Planned and resourced training, developed policies and procedures, and implemented professional development.
  • Managed and advised 20+ graduate students on academic excellence, leadership and professional development.
  • Managed the worldwide assignments and professional development of approximately 600 Infantry Lieutenant Colonels.
  • Developed subordinates by providing and overseeing professional development within the Battery.
  • Facilitated professional development and training to effectively utilize human capital resources.
  • Instituted a monthly forum wherein the unit's fifty middle level managers were exposed to issues relevant to their professional development.
  • Exercised a strong emphasis on professional development while supervising, training, and ensuring qualification standards were met for 20+ personnel.
  • Assisted the commander with the health, welfare, administration, training, professional development and combat readiness of 196 Soldiers.
  • Managed the professional development of six military personnel, three civilian employees and more than 80 Reserve Officer Training Cadets.
  • Instituted professional counseling program for all Marines in the battery with a focus on personal and professional development.
  • Aided in the professional development of 33 soldiers, 12 DA Civilians, and 18 Contractors.
  • Organized weekly Sergeant s time and other team building Officer Professional Development Sessions (OPDS).
  • Created a professional development program to mentor and develop unit leaders and staff.
  • Serve on the executive committee and help provide professional development to staff.
  • Led and provided professional development of 39 Soldiers.
  • Charged with mentorship, professional development, morale and welfare of over ten personnel.
  • Lead mentor for professional development of younger aviators and Marines.

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20. Direct Support
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  • Supervised all security and information technology related direct support activities for the organization.
  • Supervised four administrative and personnel assistants providing direct support to AF general officer
  • Provided direct support to senior leadership while supervising day-to-day operations.
  • Provide direct support to the G1 by assisting in the management and direction of line and staff programs and activities.
  • Provided direct support to O-7 (Senior Executive Service) level civilian associate chief scientist and 2 Colonels.
  • Led Mission Support Group's administrative staff in direct support of the group commander and five associated squadrons.
  • Operated in direct support for the Director of Public Works for construction projects in Fort Sill.
  • Supported the Director of OST Provide direct support to senior-level management in the Agency.
  • Managed the training and operation of a 106-member Direct Support Maintenance and Supply Company.
  • Provide guidance and resources for mission accomplishment in a direct support maintenance unit.
  • Deliver direct supported service in the capacity of alcohol and substance abuse counseling.
  • Provided direct support to senior executives and clientele within the company.
  • Provide DIRECT SUPPORT TO THE USARPAC Main Command Post directorates.
  • Provided direct support for three flag officer and directed actions of 112 personnel.

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21. DOD
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  • Served an Executive Officer/Military Health Educational Training Officer with the DoD/Defense Health Agency Learning and Development Division.
  • Provided subject matter expertise on air-ground operations for DOD sponsored Functional Process Improvement Program.
  • Provided Information Technology (C4ISR) services to over 70 DoD support activities in the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans.
  • Assisted in oversight of operations of the DoD Personnel Security Investigations and the National Industrial Security and CI programs.
  • Synchronized General Officers and SES member's schedules within the DoD, Joint Staff, and Army Staff.
  • Provided assessments of governmental, international and DoD policies that affect US, NATO and Afghan partnerships.
  • Awarded DoD Meritorious Service Medal for Joint Leadership and Awarded NATO's highest individual military decoration.
  • Supervised three individuals to ensure they utilized DoD Protocol standards and provided training for them.
  • Managed task assignments for 8 Divisions, to include Joint Staff, and DOD projects.
  • Analyzed the financial impact of proposed DIA and DoD policy changes and submitted Directorate responses.
  • Summer Research Program lead; placed students in worldwide AF & DoD research positions.
  • Submitted security clearance info to DoD, DIA and other required agencies for processing.
  • Coordinated interfaces with Congress, industry, senior DoD and other Service leadership.
  • Managed support operations for over 2880 military, DoD Civilian and U.S.
  • Coordinated IT policy at the highest levels across HQDA and DoD.
  • Guided documentation through the DoD JCIDS process.
  • Worked with numerous government agencies, FEMA, USCG, Fish and Wildlife, Treasury, GAO, DOD and Gov.
  • Led Director's office staff and orchestrated management activities for demanding, 450 member DoD headquarters organization.
  • Project Coordination and Leadership Planned and directed multiple projects between U.S. Air Force and DOD contractors.
  • Identified alternative DoD 8570 recertification procedure, saving $50K annually in renewal costs.

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22. US Army
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  • Achieved the highest 2 year commissioning rate for Clemson in 37 years; commissioned 62 Second Lieutenants into the US Army.
  • Coordinated logistical and supply support for Company operations locally, in Hawaii, and throughout the US Army Pacific Theater.
  • Supervised maintenance to ensure mission availability of over $114 million in assets supporting the US Army throughout Europe.
  • Reported to Deputy Director, US Army SMDC/ARSTRAT Contracting and Acquisition Management Office (CAMO).
  • Selected to serve as the executive officer for the US Army's joint staff officer course.
  • Planned and coordinated numerous foreign delegation visits for the US Army's Pacific military partners.
  • Planned, budgeted, and coordinated the 2012 US Army Pacific Military Intelligence Army Ball.
  • Retired in April 2012 from Federal Civil Service in the US Army Reserve.
  • Second in command of Headquarters and Support Company for US Army Pacific.
  • Trained Executive Officers and Operations officers for US Army Units throughout Europe.
  • Acted as the Executive Officer for the US Army Pacific G2.
  • Second in command of the largest company in the US Army.
  • Graduated from US Army Primary Leadership Development Course in 1987.
  • Managed scheduling and calendar for US Army Colonel.
  • Supervised two Non Commissioned Officers Served as the Executive Officer to the Commanding General, First US Army.
  • Inventoried and managed [ ] from US Army property book.
  • Graduate US Army Infantry Officer Basic Course, Fort Benning, Georgia Graduate US Army Maintenance Officer Course
  • Developed a synchronized fielding strategy to incorporate the US Armys newest digital technologies into a premier warfighting organization.

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23. Staff Members
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  • Managed a training program preparing 10 staff members to execute personnel operations in a deployment environment.
  • Conducted personnel performance reviews and prepared written appraisal for staff members.
  • Provided service support to over 600 staff members forward deployed and over 340 staff members in garrison supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Served as the primary staff officer responsible for prioritizing, planning, and supervising the actions of 20 subordinate staff members.
  • Led five executive staff members while managing daily correspondence, schedule, briefings, and meetings for the squadron commander.
  • Mentored and developed 11 senior staff members in the performance of their duties and preparation of increased responsibilities.
  • Mentored, trained, and supervise four Iraqi Battalion Logistics Staff members and one Brigade Logistical Staff officer.
  • Led the establishment of the headquarters despite manning and equipment shortfalls with minimal inexperienced junior staff members.
  • Coordinate the flow and exchange of information between the staff members and higher headquarters.
  • Conduct or arrange for ongoing technical training and personal development classes for staff members.
  • Supervised 20+ staff members during all phases of planning and execution of security operations.
  • Provide direction, and receive input from staff members and functional leaders.
  • Delegated the operations of 2 staff personnel and 10 volunteer staff members.
  • Reviewed reports submitted by staff members and recommended approval or suggested changes.
  • Led a comprehensive safety training for 200 staff members.
  • Led a comprehensive operations training for 10 staff members.
  • Supervised a company headquarters and 14 staff members.
  • Managed and assessed five head directorate staff members.
  • Provided administrative oversight to 200+ staff members.
  • Conducted training sessions for senior staff members.

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24. Customer Service
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  • Analyze or interpret logistics data involving customer service, forecasting, procurement, manufacturing, inventory, transportation, or warehousing.
  • Organized administrative responsibilities to increase customer service applications to all unit members by 15%.
  • Maintained customer service to all tenants during periods of austerity including government shutdowns and sequestration.
  • Recognized by executive officers for providing exceptional customer service surveyed by the daily consumers.
  • Improved supply chain processes by implementing cross-functional efforts in customer service and repair operations.
  • Provided daily customer service and assisted with security problems while receiving zero complaints.
  • Provided customer service as clinic's Patient Representative/Patient Advocate.
  • Created training program that increased organization's overall readiness from 83% to 95% in supply and customer service.
  • Plan, direct, or coordinate purchasing, warehousing, distribution, forecasting, customer service, or planning services.
  • Supervised, directed, and coordinated all administrative activities and provided customer service support to a 50+ member staff.
  • Maintained customer service focus and ensured that decision packages were staffed in minimal time to meet mission demands.
  • Participate in the development of the Quality Action Measurement & Display, which emphasizes customer service satisfaction.
  • Developed monthly income forecasts and resolved all problems with a high level of customer service.
  • Provide customer service and receive calls, prepare correspondence/ reports and maintain records/files.
  • Awarded the coveted Recruiter Ring for sales and customer service excellence.
  • Provide current customers with needs assessments and excellent customer service.
  • Developed the customer service system of the company.
  • Front Desk Agent: Customer service/guest services- Comfort INN
  • Provide excellent customer service by knowing the inventory.
  • Performed accounting, analytical, organizational and customer service specialist duties.

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25. Security Procedures
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  • Review physical and information security procedures and facilities for compliance with pertinent regulations concerning security of information and sensitive items.
  • Tracked and reported Iraqi tax revenue collected and oversaw proper bank security procedures.
  • Managed and coordinated security procedures for international peace delegates with host country representatives
  • Directed the unit physical security and security procedures.
  • Spearheaded the design of information security procedures for the office of the G-3, Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff.
  • Observed safety and security procedures; promoted a safe and pleasant work environment.

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26. Risk Management
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  • Communicated with University and National partners to develop a new risk management plan to lower organizational liability.
  • Balanced high-risk aviation training safety and student pipeline production requirements through comprehensive risk management procedures.
  • Conducted risk management for all unit training events utilizing high explosives and ammunition training.
  • Develop risk management programs to ensure continuity of supply in emergency scenarios.
  • Conducted Operational Risk Management and ensured safety standards were met.
  • Implemented robust risk management program for safe and effective operations.
  • Developed a comprehensive -Risk Management Strategy.
  • Developed risk management mitigation techniques.
  • Designed, implemented, reviewed, and assessed effective risk management tools for subordinate leaders to use for effective mission accomplishment.
  • Developed a unit safety program that helped to ensure 0 injuries through use of Composite Risk Management and safety awareness
  • Directed the planning and execution of critical support services such as risk management and special staff functions within headquarters.
  • Program manager for ship's maintenance, safety, environmental compliance, risk management, and numerous other programs.
  • Developed and implemented composite risk management (CRM) strategies for all training events resulting in 0 injuries.
  • Conducted Operational Risk Management for each mission and crew member to ensure safety and proper risk mitigation.
  • Protect the force with emphasis placed upon Composite Risk Management and Suicide Prevention and Awareness.
  • Created, scheduled, and delegated daily rotating risk management assignments for the team.
  • Directed multiple aspects of risk management, project plans, schedules and budget administration.
  • Conduct composite risk management and develop controls to ensure training risks are mitigated.
  • Company Safety Officer, Responsible for Managing the Company's Risk Management Program.
  • Budget, Finance, Tax, and Risk Management: Chief fundraiser -- wrote comprehensive business plan that secured initial financing.

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27. Training Exercises
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  • Recognized by executive leadership for superior leadership for earning the highest possible rating during unit training exercises.
  • Coordinate and construct operation orders for training exercises.
  • Organized and helped run bi-yearly field training exercises
  • Re-designed and implemented a troop maintenance plan leading to a 98% operational readiness rate through 15 field training exercises.
  • Volunteered for training exercises with Northwestern State University's Reserve Officer Training Corps Program to enhance field and tactical skills.
  • Headed a fire support team within the Division Forward Deployed Tactical Command Post (TAC-CP) during simulated training exercises.
  • Served as Cadet in Charge (CIC) for numerous training exercises to ensure unit's safety and proficiency.
  • Manage, supervise and train team members, provide technical guidance, coordinate training initiatives and special training exercises.
  • Assisted in managing the planning and operations during several Battalion Command Post and Field Training Exercises.
  • Planned and executed 2 convoy live-fire training exercises that contributed to mission success in Iraq.
  • Led squads for battle drill squad training exercise lanes during spring field training exercises.
  • Plan and execute battalion training exercises with all five companies simultaneously deployed.
  • Assisted in planning and supporting missions for the Battalion Field Training Exercises.
  • Served as the primary planning officer for operations during all training exercises.
  • Assisted commander in the training exercises of a 133 member Transportation Co.
  • Led the movement and occupation of the TAC-CP during training exercises.
  • Awarded two Army Achievement Medals for excellence during training exercises.
  • Ensured safety during live fire weapon training exercises.
  • Performed downwind hazard projections for both nuclear and chemical weapons employment for training exercises.
  • Participated in 2 x annual Warstead Joint Maneuver Training Exercises.

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28. Civilian Personnel
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  • Provided technical expertise, trained and supervised newly assigned detectives and civilian personnel, and performed related administrative duties.
  • Provided administrative support to military and civilian personnel ensuring prompt, accurate transmittal of division policies and guidance.
  • Planned for the implementation of military and civilian personnel operations within the command.
  • Developed job descriptions for civilian personnel and advised managers on recruitment strategies.
  • Provided customer service to military and civilian personnel.
  • Supervised 3 military and 2 government civilian personnel.
  • Supervised over 30 military and civilian personnel.
  • Second in command of the world's largest field artillery battery, consisting of approximately 230 military and civilian personnel.
  • Provided executive support for directorate of over 7,100 military and civilian personnel and a $1.3 billion budget.
  • Served as a mediator to other squadrons when needed to resolve issues that dealt military or civilian personnel.
  • Managed relations, recruitment, compensation, payroll, training and development for all civilian personnel.
  • Coordinated civilian personnel management and pay matters within the command and with the servicing CPAC.
  • Coordinated the operations of the DCSINT's seven directorates and 71 military and civilian personnel.
  • Directed and managed the efforts of 211 Military and 18 Civilian personnel.
  • Managed $300 thousand dollar budget for contracts of civilian personnel.
  • Directed and mentored nine Officers and five civilian personnel.
  • Supervised 31 military and 4 civilian personnel.
  • Supervised a staff of US Army Officers, Senior NCOs and Egyptian civilian personnel.
  • Tracked all ratings and performance feedbacks for military and civilian personnel.
  • Managed military OPRs/EPRs/awards and all civilian personnel manning issues.

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29. Law Enforcement
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  • Managed and coordinated MN National Guard's Regional Intelligence Conference which enhanced law enforcement partnerships locally, regionally and federally.
  • Performed quarterly face-to-face visits with law enforcement agencies and assigned analysts to ensure total compliance with National Guard Bureau.
  • Manage development of law enforcement training about people with intellectual and developmental disabilities including building consensus with stakeholders.
  • Attained record crime reductions by implementing crime reduction strategies and utilizing crime trends to focus law enforcement initiatives.
  • Planned, organized, administered, and managed overall law enforcement and physical security efforts for subordinate commands.
  • Managed a Multi-Million Dollar Law Enforcement and Security Training Contract and an Armored Vehicle Procurement Project.
  • Led international law enforcement operations activities in support of western Pacific fisheries.
  • Deployed assets and personnel in support of search and rescue, environmental protection, law enforcement and national security operations.
  • Provide law enforcement duties and provided protection to the U. S. Army and government personnel, property, and resources.
  • Program Manager for a 2000+ person organization responsible for security and law enforcement throughout all American bases in Germany.
  • Engaged in law enforcement activities, training and evaluation while performing custodial functions for ship's weapons and ammo.
  • Instructed enlisted law enforcement, using various teaching methods, such as lecture, computer base and demonstration.
  • Provided law enforcement and engineering training to seven South East Asian countries while deployed with US Navy.
  • Second in command of the law enforcement detachment on the largest Army installation with 80 personnel assigned.
  • Led a section consisting of 43 military police officers providing law enforcement to a community of 8,000.
  • Patent Pending Hardware: Sole creating of the Perimeter Safe-Early Warnings System for Law Enforcement Personnel.
  • Work Closely with (NIS) Naval Investigative Service and local Law Enforcement Agencies.
  • Trained and prepared multiple subordinate organizations movement to the Middle East to support security and law enforcement operations.
  • Entrusted with developing law enforcement certifications for 143 patrol officers and 28 intermediated leader development.
  • Acted as primary liaison between the air station and local city governments including communications with mayors and law enforcement.

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30. Clearance
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  • Perform security and safety officer duties which include procuring security clearances for students.
  • Monitored personnel actions and Country clearances
  • Maintained secret security level clearance to provide access to self and senior leaders to STUIII and STII classified telephones and computers.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of the Theater Clearance Coordination Cell (TTCC), prioritizing the daily workload of 15 personnel.
  • Assisted contract staff assuring that they received documentation needed to receive building clearance and access to work systems.
  • Led a 35-person team training to support combat operations in Afghanistan through the clearance of routes and roadways.
  • Served as the expert user for the Aircraft and Personnel Automated Clearance System (APACS).
  • Led precinct to 100% clearance rate for homicides versus prior rate of 62%.
  • Updated the Foreign Clearance Guide (FCG) for the Theater Clearance travel portion.
  • Managed the proper handling of classified data up through the top-secret clearance level.
  • Top Secret-Special Compartmentalized Information (TS-SCI) clearance (inactive).
  • Served as the official channel for passing/receiving SCI clearance certifications.
  • Verified clearances for visitors coming in for classified meetings.
  • Maintain Top Secret, Secret, and Confidential clearances.
  • Retired Lieutenant Colonel holding a TS-SCI clearance.
  • Maintain a Top Secret SCI level clearance.
  • Awarded Top Secret security clearance.
  • Aided commander in managing the unit's strength, soldier readiness, equipment readiness, and logistical readiness.. (Secret Clearance)
  • Managed [ ] supply account, security clearances, and security investigations.
  • Received a Top Secret security clearance Officer in charge of all tactical field operations Honorably discharged

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31. Performance Reports
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  • Directed and managed administrative programs and policies including the quality assurance of all officer and enlisted performance reports and decorations.
  • Monitored system performance by generating performance reports, processor usage reports and system load reports for performance evaluation.
  • Reviewed and coordinated unit performance reports, promotion recommendations, and awards.
  • Implemented and oversaw all group processes for Officer/Enlisted Performance Reports, awards, decorations, civilian appraisals, and suspense tracking.
  • Edited and processed all Commanders correspondence, officer/enlisted performance reports as well as awards and decorations for 143 Squadron members.
  • Reviewed, coordinated and approved performance reports, meeting requests, and protocol visits for the medical staff.
  • Coordinated performance reports, medals and promotion recommendation forms between the hospital, base commander and higher headquarters.
  • Reviewed, edited, and established suspense for officers/enlisted performance reports, quarterly awards, and decorations.
  • Processed, wrote, and edited executive correspondence, awards, performance reports, and operational plans
  • Tracked or edited over 800 training/performance reports due in one month period - all on time.
  • Reviewed all formal communication to/from directorate, to include awards, decorations, and performance reports.
  • Controlled wing administrative correspondence flow including performance reports, staff summary packages, and awards.
  • Reviewed and edited 121 military performance reports, awards, decorations, and promotion recommendations.
  • Recognized as the best Executive Officer in the Battalion on annual performance reports.
  • Prepared and screened read files as well as reviewed all performance reports.
  • Managed suspense programs, performance reports, promotions and awards initiatives.
  • Guaranteed quality control and coordination for all officer and senior noncommissioned performance reports for over 2,000 personnel.
  • Ensured quality control of correspondence, performance reports, award nomination packages, and compliance with command level taskings.
  • Managed senior enlisted and officer performance reports, decorations, awards, and higher level taskings.
  • Managed suspenses and taskers; provided quality checks on all performance reports, awards, decorations, and administrative correspondence.

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32. Administrative Tasks
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  • Supervised 23 information managers supporting administrative tasks and computer system maintenance for all desktop and enterprise systems.
  • Mastered and coordinated complex administrative tasks within assigned components incorporated changes as required.
  • Managed planning and synchronizing of company's administrative tasks.
  • Coordinate administrative tasks and assume leadership roles on boards.

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33. Day-To-Day Operations
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  • Planned and supervised day-to-day operations, logistical requirements, and all training for a 150-man organization.
  • Supervised day-to-day operations of directorate front office, providing administrative and personnel support for the director.
  • Directed day-to-day operations of a multidisciplinary 33-person information operations unit.
  • Compiled photo record of special events and day-to-day operations.
  • Supervised day-to-day operations of wing command section.
  • Directed executive level staff in day-to-day operations.
  • Provided strategic direction for day-to-day operations.
  • Assisted facilitator in day-to-day operations.
  • Directed and enforced all day-to-day operations, organizational orders, policies, performance, and the discipline for 90+ personnel.
  • Oversee day-to-day operations of the patrol division to include policy and procedure, budgeting, personnel assignment and evaluations.
  • Supervised a 24-person workforce that was responsible for the day-to-day operations in support of a 400 person part-time organization.
  • Supervised & improved day-to-day operations across 5 sections; ensured sections were synchronized with higher echelon's guidance.
  • Directed day-to-day operations of the unit and assisted the Commander with administration, supply, and maintenance.
  • Directed day-to-day operations of the education force on all aspects of intervention, assessment and student progress.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of the Office of the Vice Director (2-Star General Officer).
  • Orchestrated the day-to-day operations, good order and discipline, and general leadership of 40-person unit.
  • Evaluated and mentored a three man company logistical team on day-to-day operations.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of a $2B nuclear powered submarine.
  • Managed the day-to-day operations of the unit.
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  • Developed administrative policy for and functionally supervised 27 information managers and oversaw staff actions for 160-person faculty and staff.
  • Maintained communications with higher and subordinate headquarters ensuring objectives are effectively executed by coordinating staff actions and polices.
  • Managed a Combat Service Support Battalion Staff which consisted of coordinating staff actions to meet the Battalion Commanders intent.
  • Served as the aviation liaison to the Army National Guard Directorate for all staff actions, including congressional actions.
  • Provide advice and assistance to action officers on the procedural and administrative aspect of staff actions.
  • Guaranteed timeliness of all staff actions involving doctrine, policy, operations, and tactics.
  • Serve as the Brigade Chief of Staff with purview over all staff actions.
  • Managed the processing of awards, evaluations and staff actions for 40 personnel.
  • Directed office personnel actions and managed more than 8,000 average annual staff actions.
  • Direct, coordinate and follow up on all staff actions for the Commander.
  • Supervised and coordinated staff actions across all four elements of the MEU.
  • Managed the daily staff actions and procedures for the DCS, G-2.
  • Received and conducted analyses of staff actions received from higher headquarters.
  • Directed, supervised, and coordinated all staff actions and operations.
  • Coordinated senior-level staff actions within the U.S. Embassy, Dept.
  • Supervised all General Officer staff actions and priorities.
  • Prioritized and directed staff actions.
  • Managed all IT staff actions, responsible for quality, timeliness and tracking of IT Directorate products.
  • Ensured higher-level taskings were properly delegated and Defense Human Intelligence Service staff actions were appropriately coordinated and executed on time.
  • Review, edit and control the flow of document, executive level correspondence, staff actions and taskings.

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35. Ensure Compliance
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  • Prepared executive correspondence and reviewed staff documents prepared for the Commander's signature to ensure compliance with established procedures.
  • Managed and authored numerous organizational policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all applicable federal laws and regulations.
  • Maintained accurate records of supply receipts, inventory management and stock levels to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
  • Prepared executive correspondence, identified discrepancies, and reviewed staff documents to ensure compliance with procedures.
  • Conducted investigations to ensure compliance with policies and maintain quality recruiters and recruits
  • Inspected personnel and facilities to ensure compliance with regulatory standards.
  • Validated the type and extent of support provided, and monitored procurement transactions to ensure compliance with approved policies and regulations.
  • Assess the Organization's achievement to ensure compliance and avoid mismanagement necessary for the organizations to qualify for further funds.
  • Monitored all contracts, purchase orders, invoicing, payments to ensure compliance with all state and federal regulations.
  • Reviewed and recommended technological and procedural changes to ensure compliance with policy and to improve work processes.
  • Designed, developed and implemented Frost Call procedures to ensure compliance with Battalion order and MORDT guidelines.
  • Host monthly safety meetings and ensure compliance with Occupational Safety and Health directives.
  • Conduct licensure audits of licentiate population to ensure compliance with state requirements.

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36. Project Management
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  • Project Management lead for all organization personnel policies including supervision, encouraging, mentoring and evaluation of 800+ personnel.
  • Grant writing and administration, project management, training, administration
  • Calibrated with senior leadership to implement project management tools such as plans, schedules, assigned responsibility, and compliance matrices.
  • Hand-selected out of 19 peers to serve as Executive Officer as a result of incomparable program and project management skills.
  • Developed and implemented project management (tactical and technical) training for company personnel consisting of over 300 troops.
  • Assisted teams in the implementation of project management tools at the Ministry of Water Resources and Ministry of Agriculture.
  • Developed and implemented technical project management tools such as plans, schedules, and responsibility and compliance matrices.
  • Planned, coordinated, and applied project management and lean fundamentals to a full spectrum of operations.
  • Collaborated with senior leaders and higher Headquarters personnel at Pentagon (AF/A1M) on tasks/project management.
  • Project Management: Provided financial guidance to project managers on business cases for capital projects.
  • Performed research and project management responsibilities as key member of a project team.
  • Program and Project Management for the Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station, Bahrain.
  • Tracked all Construction Projects within the Company, & Accurate Project Management.
  • Lead Court Facilities Management and project management of new San Diego Courthouse.
  • Focus areas were fire support, operations, training and program/project management.
  • Project management skilled in project management concepts, methods and practices.
  • Applied project management skills to mitigate manning and resource shortfalls.
  • Provided project management to engineering professionals, contractors and logisticians.
  • Assisted Head Quarters Company Commander in areas of planning, training, and project management.
  • Key Competencies and Skills * Strategic planning and people management * Safety and Hazmat compliance * Project Management

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  • Develop my team of sailors professionally and personally.
  • Improved several medical hold processes and reduced the time Sailors spent out of training and on Limited Duty by 10%.
  • Managed a $250K budget and a 50,000 square foot facility that provides training to over 500 sailors each year.
  • Led 110 sailors in planning and executing retrieval of multiple aircraft and items deemed important from the ocean floor.
  • Lead command fitness program and was responsible for coaching three sailors back to within Navy Physical Fitness Standards.
  • Led, mentored, and developed a staff of nearly 250 Officers and Enlisted Marines and Sailors.
  • Served as unit Career Counselor for Navy retention programs and mentored fellow sailors on Naval Service Careers.
  • Middle managers were empowered while the young sailors were encouraged to excel both professionally and personally.
  • Led combined surface and aviation staff of 42 supporting over 750 Reserve Officer and Enlisted Sailors.
  • Facilitated logistical support, maintenance, and deployment preparation and training for 120 Marines and Sailors.
  • Led 300 Sailors and Marines and executed $15M budget in performance of global IO missions.
  • Led a team of 46 sailors in developing skills to ensure they were prepared for deployments.
  • Managed the safe evacuation and damage claims for 39 Sailors and their families.
  • Led 120+ sailors in numerous capacities, assigned to Operations Department.
  • Coordinated the daily activities and administrative functions of over 250 Sailors.
  • Second in command for a unit of over 20 sailors.
  • Second in Command of 650+ Marines and Sailors.
  • Officer in Charge during advance deployment to Iraq; directed 100 Marines/Sailors spanning multiple units, across entire Al Anbar region.
  • Managed 1,300 Sailors, Marines, civilians, contractors and 120 FA-18 aircraft, support equipment, and facilities.
  • Managed the equipment and logistics to support 75 Marines, Sailors, and Afghan Policemen.

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38. Personnel Management
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Here's how Personnel Management is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Provided guidance, interpretations and training on current and proposed policies concerning military personnel management to a wide variety of officials.
  • Managed unit facilities and develops unit policy, plans, organization, personnel management, correspondence, deployments logistics/training programs.
  • Managed a company of 90 personnel with a focus on property accountability, personnel management/readiness, and budgetary accounting.
  • Handled all aspects of Personnel Management to include administering of employee entitlements; performance reviews and grievance procedures.
  • Served as the Commander on numerous occasions; overall responsible for the organizations daily operations and personnel management.
  • Implemented an automated Personnel Management Profile System (OPMIS) for effectively tracking students and personnel performance.
  • Manage day-to-day operations for the commander to include property accountability and personnel management.
  • Provided personnel management, awards, evaluations, promotions, finance, and administrative support for 150-person Corps signal staff section.
  • Served as adviser to Company Commander in all aspects of company training, personnel management, maintenance, and supply.
  • Managed operations in various area to include: logistics operations, personnel management, training operations, and budgeting.
  • Supervised all staff functions, including operations, safety, training, fiscal, logistics, and personnel management.
  • Manage all supply, maintenance, personnel management, and orderly room operations of the division.
  • Attended the Basic Officers Leadership Course, which encompassed extensive training on personnel management and leadership.
  • Led a team of 37 in quality force management, information, and personnel management programs.
  • Directed operations in the areas of supervision, administration, training, logistics and personnel management.
  • Directed the tactical employment, training, administration, personnel management, and logistics of300-800 personnel.
  • Provided advice, consultation, and responded to inquiries regarding personnel management and actions.
  • Supervised, lead, and trained infantry platoon leaders on personnel management.
  • Provided knowledge of personnel management and cost/benefit analysis to evaluate and determine best course of action.

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39. Second-In-Command
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  • Served as second-in-command for brigade's Military Intelligence Company, tasked with providing decision-making support to battalions and Brigade Commander.
  • Promoted to second-in-command of a 150-soldier Airborne Infantry Company.
  • Appointed as Second-in-Command of a Marine Corps Aviation Squadron consisting of 385 personnel and 14 $70-million aircraft.
  • Served as the Executive officer, second-in-command for a unit consisting of fifty-one (51) personnel.
  • Served as second-in-command of a U.S. Army PATRIOT Battery with a world-wide rapid deployment contingency mission.
  • Served as second-in-command and managed a property portfolio valued at more than $18 million.
  • Served as second-in-command for a Forward Support Company with 70 soldiers assigned to the unit.
  • Served as company's second-in-command and on order served as company commander in any situation.
  • Served as second-in-command of an 81 person department.
  • Serve as the Brigade's second-in-command.
  • Selected ahead of peers and senior officers to serve as second-in-command for a tactical/satellite communicationscompany consisting of over 370 soldiers.
  • Volunteer Position (approximately 40 hours per month) Second-in-command for Fort Fisher Division and T.S.

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40. Information Management
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Here's how Information Management is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Established computer hardware and software security program to control software piracy and information management for 10 offices.
  • Established information management processes to meet operational requirements and enabling effective coordination and management for 5000 employees.
  • Supervised the Director of Information Management with and installation server and communications and network systems.
  • Administered information management for Communications Group Commander, 2 squadrons and 600 personnel.
  • Directed squadron information management, training and safety functions within critical personnel systems.
  • Delivered executive, administrative, and logistical support for Directorate of Information Management.
  • Played instrumental role in organizing annual Air Mobility Command Information Management Conferences.
  • Managed the executive support staff conducting information management for the Commander.
  • Provided administrative support and guidance on information management policies and procedures.
  • Managed command section activated and Information Management personnel.
  • Lead 35-person team providing information management for largest maintenance group in Command with 2,400 personnel.
  • Recognized by the Managing Director as one of the best Information Management Officers.

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41. Physical Fitness
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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Command Fitness Leader ensured members maintained height/weight and physical fitness standards, conducted bi-annual testing for evaluation.
  • Realigned a key 45-member management team and instituted a morale-building physical fitness program.
  • Accounted for and trained in weapons management, hazardous waste management, equal opportunity, physical fitness, and tactical strategy.
  • Executed the development, discipline, and physical fitness of soldiers in order to provide Commanders technically and tactically proficient personnel.
  • Established and conducted the Army Physical Fitness Program at the unit armory that was consistent with AR 350-1 and FM 21-20.
  • Developed and maintained high standards in discipline, individual skills, maintenance, physical fitness, marksmanship and professional development.
  • Led the Operations Section to draft a remedial physical fitness program to further improve adherence to standards and improve fitness.
  • Ensured all 40+ Soldiers met training standards, to include rifle fire, counseling of subordinates, and physical fitness.
  • Used experience as an Army Master Fitness Trainer, redefining the Company's physical fitness program for test failures.
  • Presided over promotion boards, physical fitness and recruit training classes to ensure the standards were being met.
  • Managed unit safety, operation security, budget, personnel, supply, equipment, and physical fitness.
  • Displayed proficiency in battle drills, convoy ops, physical fitness, and field training exercises.
  • Planned and established staff physical training sessions to certifying proper physical fitness within the Army standard.
  • Excelled past peers with attention to detail, knowledge of position and physical fitness.
  • Achieved a score of 297 of 300 on the Army Physical Fitness Test.
  • Fostered productivity to reduce Physical Fitness testing delinquencies by more than 20 %.
  • Officer In Charge Army Physical Fitness Test.
  • Prepared individual Soldiers by offering alternate physical fitness training exercises and espirt de corps 2 mile runs during drill weekends.
  • Ensured quality-of- life for all employees to include physical fitness and ergometry programs.

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42. HQ
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  • Ensured compliance with higher HQ regulations and instructions related to space acquisitions/intelligence programs.
  • Established an evaluation tracking system and metrics for the 300th MP BDE that improved reporting of operational status to higher HQ.
  • Assisted CO with Operations and Resource Planning for HQ, Motor Pool, Infantry and Communications platoons.
  • Coordinated with HQ AF and other agencies regarding mortuary mass fatality operations at the Dover Port Mortuary.
  • Led ship through rapid disaster relief response for the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan Operation TOMODACHI.
  • Collaborated with HQ Human Resources, Atlas software vendor, Fiscal Affairs, and additional project stakeholders.
  • Assisted the EDCG in travel internal to HQ, AMC as well as engagements to external agencies.
  • Coordinated the humanitarian operational response in support of Hurricane Katrina & NATO's Pakistan earthquake relief effort.
  • Analyzed, developed, and evaluated daily issues at HQ AFGSC and base level.
  • Facilitated communications with higher and supporting HQs to include Armed Forces Southern Command, Strategic Allied Command Europe and European Command.
  • Deployed to CENTCOM HQ as Coalition Coordination Center Iraq Lead; led Coalition drawdown and Status of Forces Agreement efforts.
  • Planned, managed, reported work/ progress of HQ tasker system; validated system functionality & enhanced efficiency.
  • Provided guidance to HQs and Field officers base on solid understanding of asset validation and counterintelligence issues.
  • Coordinated correspondence and taskers with other HQ AFGSC Directorates, MAJCOMS, HAF and joint agencies.
  • Inactivated four companies and oversaw unit relocation to a new HQ at Fort Benning, GA.
  • Managed HQ AMC/ Tanker Airlift Control Center asset allocation to meet worldwide air refueling requirements.
  • Tracked and proofed HQ taskers, military performance reports, promotion packages, and decorations.
  • Served as USMC LNO to HQMC and deployed MAGTFs who were supported by DDSP.
  • Developed a HQ Quickplace to assist the Director which resulted in overall process improvement and decreased time to respond to taskers.
  • Ensured all training directives and HQ taskings were within AF compliance.

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43. Administrative Actions
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Here's how Administrative Actions is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Streamlined procedures within the company to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of administrative actions reducing man-hours spent away from primary mission.
  • Managed daily operation of 88-person organization, to include administrative actions, logistic documentation, and training statuses.
  • Coordinated administrative actions, medical evaluation boards, chapters and equipment readiness.
  • Ensured the accurate and timely processing of all personnel administrative actions.
  • Served as the commander to approve company policies and administrative actions and to oversee training events.
  • Identified as the decision making authority in administrative actions, maintenance, resources and training operations.
  • Supervised the troop training room, all administrative actions, supply transactions and budget issues.
  • Directed administrative actions and managed training room, supply management, and safety program.
  • Supervised an HR section that processed over 4,000 administrative actions over a 12-month period.
  • Supervised all administrative actions for the Security, Protocol, and Public Affairs offices.
  • Supervised the administrative actions and records for 190 personnel within the company.
  • Supervised the process of over 2,000 administrative actions and personnel actions.
  • Led HR department that performed administrative actions for 160 personnel.
  • Ensured promptness and quality of administrative actions within the G2.
  • Oversee training and administrative actions of all subordinate soldiers.
  • right hand for managing administrative actions/deadlines, personnel allocations and projects from higher headquarters.

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44. Executive Support
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Here's how Executive Support is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Provided executive support to the Squadron Commander, ensuring the legality and proper composition of all correspondence and performance evaluations.
  • Supervised an executive support staff of nine administrative assistants supporting a Chief Executive Officer of a 30,000-person organization.
  • Provided executive support to Human Resources Manager, Financial Comptroller and Sales Team
  • Coordinated with Commander's Executive Support for overall tasking awareness and assignments.
  • Provided executive support to the Commander facilitating command priorities and schedule.
  • Determined organizational arrangement and work flow for executive support activities.
  • Provided executive support to the Director of Requirements and deputy.
  • Directed executive support for wing commander.
  • Planned, coordinated and directed work and executive support staff and orderly room functions for 3 divisions and two subordinate units.
  • Directed execution of headquarters staff tasks which provided vital executive support to the Commander of Air Force Space Command.
  • Provided daily executive support for the Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) Inspector General and 60 staff.
  • Planned and organize executive support and staff services, functions and activities required by group and wing commanders.
  • Provided executive support in a Joint Air Force / Navy Command, supporting General Grade Officers.
  • Directed executive support for Joint Forces Component Commander (three-star general) and staff of 450.
  • Supervised staff of four personnel and provided executive support for the 90th Operations Group Commander.
  • Provided executive support to the program director, Air Force deputy and Army deputy.
  • Provided 24-hour, 7-day per week executive support to the highest-ranking Commander on base.
  • Provided executive support to both the 509th Bomb Wing and Vice Wing Commanders.
  • Managed wing resources for executive support, services and activities.
  • Provided executive support to a 1-Star level SES.

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45. Resource Management
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Here's how Resource Management is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Provide analyses of current and planned operating programs and identify performance trends and issues associated with personnel and vehicle resource management.
  • Developed options for allocation of budget requirements and facilitated personnel staffing needs and human resource management priorities.
  • Worked with resource management representatives to identify resources, resolving conflicting discrepancies and priorities.
  • Managed daily team operations responsible for personnel, security, intelligence and resource management.
  • Awarded Navy Commendation Medal for Superb Leadership and Resource Management.
  • Develop and implement operational plans for resource management.
  • Certificate award in Human Resource management
  • Key Contributions: Outstanding leadership and resource management during 33 percent manning period; unit remained 100% mission ready.
  • Provided staff advice, assistance, and consultation to the Director of Resource Management on administrative processes.

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46. Special Projects
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  • Conducted analysis, introduced initiatives, and developed and steward special projects for the Commanding General.
  • Provided input to the Army Chief Information Officer/G6, and served as the lead or assists on special projects and campaigns.
  • Provide staff direction and coordination of all actions, briefings and presentations, and special projects under the AG purview.
  • Utilized structured problem solving to determine most expedient while cost efficient methods of completing assigned tasks and special projects.
  • Received, coordinated, and consolidated staff actions and special projects in a fast paced, deadline driven environment.
  • Organized Academic Review proceedings, maintained duty officer schedule and completed special projects as assigned by Dean.
  • Scheduled and coordinated administrative and managerial team meetings for various special projects, conferences, and committees.
  • Conducted special projects and activities for the Commander by conveying executive tasks to the staff.
  • Served as Executive Officer and Special Projects Director to the Embassy Counselor for Public Diplomacy.
  • Managed and coordinated special projects including cost, schedule, and performance aspects.
  • Analyze and mitigate risks posed by tasks, special projects, and travel.
  • Managed and implemented special projects for the commander and senior group staff.
  • Managed all special projects for the Air Force's 5,000-person space acquisitions center
  • Tasked 160-member unit at 4 separate locations on routine and special projects.
  • Represented the Wing Commander at meetings for special projects and events.
  • Served as supervisor on special projects, including implementing cloud services.
  • Coordinated systems functions and special projects for the commander.
  • Planned, scheduled and coordinated activities and special projects.
  • Managed and coordinate special projects.
  • Relayed commander's guidance to unit personnel, ensuring compliance with staff taskings as well as providing insights on special projects.

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47. Lieutenants
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Here's how Lieutenants is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Hand selected over 14 Lieutenants to serve in a position responsible for planning and coordinating individual and property COMBAT DEPLOYMENT reset.
  • Rated by Battalion Commander as one of the top 15% of lieutenants observed over his 20 year career.
  • Coordinated, planned and resourced all operations responsible for training lieutenants and captains in the Air Defense Artillery branch.
  • Lauded by the Squadron Commander as, one of the best Lieutenants (she had) ever worked with.
  • Received an Above Center of Mass evaluation and was rated 3rd out of 26 Lieutenants assigned to the Battalion.
  • Supervised 3 Staff Sergeants in the execution of their duties and mentored junior Lieutenants in the Company.
  • Hand selected, over 10 peers, to fulfill a duty position normally reserved for senior lieutenants.
  • Ranked #1 of 18 Lieutenants - Implemented document tracking program; simple/effective--benchmark for base agencies
  • Rated as the number one of 36 lieutenants on annual performance report; recommended for accelerated promotion.
  • Rated in the top 10% of lieutenants on annual performance report; recommended for accelerated promotion.
  • Served as one of two lieutenants assigned to the Sheriff's Office Community Policing Unit.
  • Rated in the top 2 of 14 lieutenants in the squadron on annual performance report.
  • Rated by battalion commander as one of Top lieutenants out of 14 in battalion.
  • Selected by the Squadron Commander to be the executive officer over 10 other lieutenants.
  • Commended by Senior Rater as one of the strongest Lieutenants in the Battalion.
  • Ranked in the top 15% of Lieutenants in the organization.
  • Ranked #1 of 31 Lieutenants on annual performance report.
  • Ranked #1 of pipeline Lieutenants at Randolph AFB.
  • Selected over 20 other Lieutenants for this position.
  • Rated top 1% of all Lieutenants on entire base; "Superior executive officer and leader" - Base Commander

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48. XO
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Here's how XO is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Company XO takes care of the behind the scenes things such as supply, maintenance and unit administration.
  • Served in the US Navy Reserves as Officer In Charge/XO of Operational Support Unit in Louisville, KY.
  • Served as Battery XO, Operations Officer, Battery Safety Officer and Unit Movement Officer.
  • Served as the Executive Officer (XO) to an AVENGER Battery of 100+ Soldiers.
  • Completed and administered special projects delegated from the XO and the Tribal Chairman.
  • Provided EXO operational and logistical support for continuous high-level, VIP visits.
  • Planned and organized the successful completion of two Christmas "Exodus" leaves' for over 900 soldiers.

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49. Information Technology
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Here's how Information Technology is used in Executive Officer jobs:
  • Coordinated information technology needs for the Budget and Finance Bureau and collaborated with Information Technology Bureau staff to develop workable solutions.
  • Demonstrated strong partnership with international business units to leverage information technology as part of business strategy and deliver results.
  • Led $5 million budget process successfully negotiating enterprise strategies across operations, engineering, and information technology
  • Developed training schedules, conducted performance counseling, and instructed Information Technology for over 600 personnel annually.
  • Second in command (Vice President equivalent position) for Navy Information Technology acquisition command.
  • Attend continuing education/refresher training for compliance, audit, security and information technology changes annually.
  • Exploited Information Technology for Trade Promotion Excellence within an industry leading sales system capability.
  • Instituted and all employee communication in a particularly decentralized Information Technology format.
  • Supported all Information Technology initiatives from a documentation perspective.
  • Managed medical information technology functions and activities.
  • Led 150-member staff delivering information Technology (IT) services to 5,000 employees in California.
  • Served as information technology (IT) manager for technical discrepancies within the unit.
  • Directed information technology team; installed more than 30 desktop systems in 5 days.
  • Designed and drove implementation of a greatly improved administrative system to maximize usefulness of information technology resources.
  • Manage 4.6 million dollar facility maintenance support contract, supply chain operations, information technology integration.
  • United States Department of Commerce, Census Bureau Information Technology and PII Administrative Processes - Fingerprinting

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50. Administrative Operations
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  • Streamlined the administrative operations within the company which resulted in a much faster turnaround of awards and administrative actions.
  • Supervised all administrative operations, responded to all major incidents and unusual occurrences within the Command area.
  • Managed all personnel facilities, organization, infrastructure, and administrative operations for system program office.
  • Advised the Director and supervised the administrative operations of the organization headquarters.
  • Commanded and controlled personnel and administrative operations in combined armed forces.
  • Coordinated, synchronized and supervised all administrative operations for the battery.
  • Welcomed the responsibility for all the administrative operations within the Battalion.
  • Provided support and administrative direction on technical and administrative operations.
  • Managed daily administrative operations, personnel assignments, and training.
  • Directed the day-to-day administrative operations of the Company.
  • Provide executive direction, assistance, and support for all administrative operations and activities under the authority of the Commander.
  • Supervised all company functions in the areas of administrative operations, supply, and logistical support.
  • Provided daily oversight for the maintenance, resource and administrative operations of a 160-member company.
  • Managed the administrative operations and training plans for 120 maintenance and logistics technicians.
  • Directed administrative operations at assigned precincts (19th, 33rd).
  • Interpreted and recommended administrative operations and procedures/policies and participated in discussions concerning strategic planning.
  • United States Army: Ontario, California In charge of the company's administrative operations and logistics for 110 Soldiers
  • Manage the J4 Section administrative operations evaluations, counseling, awards, operational orders/plans/annexes, and reports.
  • Led all administrative operations for 250 person System Program Office.
  • Reviewed all evaluation reports, and senior official correspondence, sustained administrative operations for 532 Medical personnel.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Executive Officer

Personnel Files

26.4%

Logistics

10.5%

Procedures

8.8%

Combat

7.3%

Property Accountability

6.7%

Oversight

4.4%

Operational Readiness

3.6%

Training Programs

3.5%

Human Resources

3.3%

Squadron

3.1%

Platoon

2.8%

Facility

2.7%

Advisor

2.6%

Preventative Maintenance

2.4%

Commander

2.3%

Daily Operations

2.3%

Annual Budget

2.3%

Medal

1.7%

Professional Development

1.7%

Direct Support

1.6%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Executive Officer

Rank Skill
1 Personnel Files 20.4%
2 Logistics 8.1%
3 Procedures 6.8%
4 Combat 5.6%
5 Property Accountability 5.2%
6 Oversight 3.4%
7 Operational Readiness 2.8%
8 Training Programs 2.7%
9 Human Resources 2.6%
10 Squadron 2.4%
11 Platoon 2.1%
12 Facility 2.1%
13 Advisor 2.0%
14 Preventative Maintenance 1.8%
15 Commander 1.8%
16 Daily Operations 1.8%
17 Annual Budget 1.8%
18 Medal 1.3%
19 Professional Development 1.3%
20 Direct Support 1.3%
21 DOD 1.1%
22 US Army 1.0%
23 Staff Members 1.0%
24 Customer Service 1.0%
25 Security Procedures 0.9%
26 Risk Management 0.9%
27 Training Exercises 0.9%
28 Civilian Personnel 0.9%
29 Law Enforcement 0.9%
30 Clearance 0.8%
31 Performance Reports 0.8%
32 Administrative Tasks 0.8%
33 Day-To-Day Operations 0.8%
34 Staff Actions 0.8%
35 Ensure Compliance 0.8%
36 Project Management 0.7%
37 Sailors 0.7%
38 Personnel Management 0.7%
39 Second-In-Command 0.7%
40 Information Management 0.7%
41 Physical Fitness 0.6%
42 HQ 0.6%
43 Administrative Actions 0.6%
44 Executive Support 0.6%
45 Resource Management 0.6%
46 Special Projects 0.6%
47 Lieutenants 0.6%
48 XO 0.6%
49 Information Technology 0.6%
50 Administrative Operations 0.5%
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