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Top 50 Section Leader Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Section Leader. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Section Leader resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.4% of Section Leader resumes contained Military Personnel as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Section Leader actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Section Leader:

1. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Mentored over 100 military personnel of various ranks regarding professional and personal welfare during military operations on foreign soil.
  • Supervised military personnel in preventive and other maintenance, assigning tasks to maintain production requirements.
  • Maximized efficiency by motivating military personnel to produce high output with high quality.
  • Advised senior leadership in the development of operational strategies and military personnel readiness.
  • Supervised the daily operations of two departments consisting of 18 military personnel.
  • Command and control over military personnel, specifically Junior Enlisted Marines.
  • Established a working group to overhaul in-processing for military personnel.
  • Served as Section Leader in a United States Army Engineering Section, supervising 158 military personnel throughout nine year tenure.
  • Organized the education and training of all military personnel to include the operational and maintenance of the Assault Amphibian Vehicle.
  • Managed, mentored, and coached over 15 military personnel on a daily basis in various functions.
  • Charged with the health, welfare, and morale of 25 active duty military personnel.
  • Navigated fellow military personnel and vehicles through foreign water, terrain and dangerous obstacles.
  • Supervised the moral and professional development of up to 13 military personnel.
  • Organize and plan training exercises, orientate new military personnel.
  • Supervised six active duty military personnel along with three civilian personnel; accomplished highest productivity rate combined with lowest rejection rating.
  • Used foreign cultural training to assist with the training of Japanese military personnel to understand coalition forces procedures increasing combined relations.
  • Supervised 2 military personnel and 13 local national employees in the safe refueling /defueling of assigned and transient aircraft.
  • Maintained good order and discipline in a class of ten multi-service military personnel studying Korean.

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2. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Conduct battlefield support operations to include counter terror, VIP security, supply route security and direct combat operations
  • Supervised and directed an Infantry Company in daily combat operations Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Assisted unit leaders in planning and executing collective task training and the conduct of unit operations in peacetime combat environments.
  • Conducted training in advanced marksmanship skills, planning, and combat security operations to a scout section and other personnel.
  • Led a combat infantry section in a fast-paced, high intensity work environment, while enduring extreme weather conditions.
  • Conducted multiple successful combat operations by using critical thinking skills, logical analysis, and sound decision making skills.
  • Assisted in the planning of and conducted over 200 dismounted and mounted combat patrols during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Participated in combat operations in Operation Iraqi Freedom 2009 to 2010, and Operation Enduring Freedom 2010-2011.
  • Completed a combat tour to Afghanistan in a RCC(Route Clearance Company) from 2012-2013.
  • Managed the Maintenance Management System, Tactical Army Combat Computer System operations and stock supply control.
  • Conducted and supervised training for, mentored, and ensured the combat readiness of 9 subordinates.
  • Supervised, managed, and trained a 13-member Army reconnaissance section for combat and stateside missions.
  • Interacted with and led Soldiers from all walks of life in training and combat environments.
  • Led, instructed, and supervised an Army Infantry Team in combat and stateside missions.
  • Led a team of 9 subordinates through two combat deployments during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Perform navigation during combat serve as a member of observation and listening posts.
  • Supervised 10 - 15 soldiers in a combat environment and during training.
  • Directed the activities and responsible for an eight-man combat infantry squad.
  • Awarded Bronze Star for combat operations during Operation Desert Storm
  • Assisted in developing new more efficient ways of conducting combat operation in a theatre of war

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3. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Educated 1700 military and civilian personnel on peninsula evacuation and safety procedures.
  • Planned and established safety procedures to maintain security of premises.
  • Ensured compliance with military regulations and safety procedures.
  • Served as a Safety Officer and ensured safety procedures were followed for numerous training and real life operations.
  • Inspect work for proper installation in accordance with local codes and ordinances while employing proper safety procedures.
  • Trained 20-30 personnel on the safety procedures for high explosive weapons and military equipment.
  • Employed safety procedures, signaled winchmen, hoistmen, and equipment operators where to move cargo.

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4. Weapon Systems

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Here's how Weapon Systems is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Maintained record of individual performance and potential in areas ranging from civilian education to marksmanship proficiency on various weapon systems.
  • Ensured maintenance and operational effectiveness of weapon systems and equipment were performed at a minimum to Army standards.
  • Recognized by the Battalion Commander for exceptional knowledge and tactical employment of weapon systems.
  • Performed emergency maintenance on three different weapon systems.
  • Maintained accurate accountability for 277 weapon systems.
  • Provided training and supervision of four direct action sniper teams in the use of sniper weapon systems.
  • Maintained direct accountability for the equipment and weapon systems organic to the section worth $250K+.
  • Managed 5 soldiers and maintained 2 Bradley Fighting Vehicles, as well as associated weapon systems.
  • Inspected the condition, care, and use of assigned weapon systems organic to the section.
  • Maintained, assessed, and repaired 2 light armor vehicles accompanied with heavy missile weapon systems.
  • Advised unit commanders of the best method of employment of marines and their weapon systems.
  • Trained the vehicle teams to effectively employ weapon systems while mounted and dismounted.
  • Maintained detailed records for maintenance issues for 15 different weapon systems.
  • Secured weapon systems and sensitive equipment issued by the armory.
  • Insured proper issue and turn-in for all weapon systems.
  • Inspected and maintained weapon systems, vehicles and equipment.
  • Instructed various classes on radio operations and weapon systems.
  • Ordered parts and supplies for weapon systems.

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5. Platoon

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Here's how Platoon is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Planned and implemented a rugged training routine for platoons that required extreme focus and mental awareness
  • Supervised and directed platoon level perimeter defense operations during training events.
  • Performed duties as Platoon Sergeant for four weeks which allowed all task to be completed to or above standard.
  • Advised platoon commander on capabilities, personnel readiness, material readiness, and tactical employment of the section.
  • Filled in as Platoon Sergeant and Platoon Commander on multiple occasions, when they were not present.
  • Assisted the Platoon Leader and Platoon Sergeant in planning training exercises and combat missions for Mortar Platoon.
  • Provided long range fires and observation for six separate platoons and one special operations team.
  • Trained platoon of 20 Airborne Infantry soldiers in numerous combat and non combat operations.
  • Oversee intermediate level counseling and mentoring for a security platoon of 25 Marines.
  • Assist the platoon sergeant in developing and implementing training for the section.
  • Perform the duties of the platoon sergeant in his absence.
  • Integrated combat training strategies in the development of platoon readiness.
  • Managed platoon maintenance, supply, and flight operations functions.
  • Assumed position of Platoon Sergeant for approximately three months.
  • Supervised platoons of 25+ on work and infantry sites.
  • Serve as 3rd Platoon Sergeant in his absence.
  • Managed all 18 service members in platoon.
  • Set up Guard scheduling for the platoon.
  • enlisted firefighter and EMT basic Sergeant with duties as section leader of a 30 man fire fighter platoon.
  • Lead platoon on daily basis in executing training missions for future deployments.

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6. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Received Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal and Louisiana Achievement Medal for accomplishments and leadership.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal and several letters of Commendation.
  • Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for professional achievement in the superior performance of duties.
  • Maintained 100% combat readiness throughout my deployments which earned me and my team numerous commendation medals.
  • Attained rank of E-4, Separated with an Honorable Discharge, with the Good Conduct Medal.
  • Received the 25th ID Combat Coin for Excellence and the Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Received the Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal V for valor under combat conditions.
  • Bronze Star Medal, awarded for meritorious service in a combat zone.
  • Obtained multiple Army achievement medals and service awards throughout career.
  • Awarded Army Accommodation Medal for excellent performance of duty.
  • Received Gold Medal Award for 2012 SCBOA Performance.
  • Receive an Army Commendation Medal for job performance.
  • Awarded: The Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
  • Achieved Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medal.
  • Received Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal.
  • Received the Navy Unit Commendation Medal.
  • Earned the Army Accommodation Medal.
  • Received Navy Achievement Medal for combat operations conducted in Helmand, Afghanistan.
  • Received Marine Corps good conduct medal for 3 years of continuous good behavior.
  • Drill Assistant/ Equipment and Operations Assistant Drill Assistant/ Equipment and Operations Manager Medal of Honor Receipt

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7. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Provide exemplary customer service while ensuring optimal store conditions in all areas of its daily operation.
  • Monitored Material Control Warehouse, Customer Service office and Service Contract personnel throughout squadron.
  • Monitored incoming phone calls to judge customer service quality of each representative.
  • Cross-trained and provided back-up for other customer service representatives when needed.
  • Provided customer service and installation assistance to galleries.
  • Implemented new processes for improving customer service satisfaction.
  • Counseled employees on job performance and promotion eligibility; responsible for the performance of the section and quality customer service.
  • Maintained metrics, reports, process documentation, customer service logs, training records, and safety records.
  • Provided excellent customer service to over 600 personnel, by dispatching and receiving various types of equipment.
  • Groomed 25+ newly hired employees on sales, customer service, and business policy.
  • Utilize customer service and soft skills to build relationships with the occupants.
  • Provide engaging customer service and assistance to all Trader Joe's clientele.
  • Provided customer service and assisted as a cashier when needed.
  • Assist callers with completing successful orders and customer service.
  • Received first-hand experience in customer service and care.
  • Cashier, Customer Service, Find, Sort, Shelve Books.
  • Drive and maintain Trader Joe's brand of customer service Train new associates on the Trader Joe's shopping experience
  • Provide frontline customer service to patrons of the Spokane Arena attending Spokane Chiefs hockey games.
  • Obtained excellent customer service and time management skills Sharpened communication skills in time sensitive and problem solving situations.
  • Crew management Training Customer Service Cash Handling Problem resolution

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8. Logistics

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Here's how Logistics is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Trained and established the Garrison S4 and staff in all aspects of logistics management and equipment/property accountability.
  • Concentrated in logistics and operations moving and operating Marines while deployed overseas.
  • Aided in planning and logistics for all operations involving platoon
  • Managed 8 senior personnel in different job functions including air operation, training, logistics, deployments and personnel.
  • Supervised and trained a team of 70+ associates performing logistics operational processes for the LC5 warehouse.
  • Arranged equipment and logistics in 2009 for Vice President Joe Biden during his European Summit Tour.
  • Provided guidance to platoon commanders on platoon tactics, operations, logistics, and training issues.
  • Received superior rating by supervising 6 logistics managers who were in charge of various logistics operations.
  • Managed 6 different logistics managers with 6 different property books valued at $250,000 each.
  • Coordinated training classes, live fire ranges, movements, logistics, and combat operations.
  • Executed planning logistics, section advising, leadership development, and conflict resolution.
  • Directed logistics and security for combat outpost in high threat environment.
  • Administered and organized training records, scheduling, and logistics.
  • Monitored the units Federal Logistics Data (FED LOG).
  • Coordinate transportation and logistics for the movement of detainees.
  • Manage domestic and international shipping - Produce commercial invoices/packing list and coordinate with company logistics to ensure correct incoterms.
  • Coordinated stability testing requirements and logistics with the analytical and contract laboratories.
  • Work in the Logistics area using the Army Stamis, and PBUSE computer system.
  • Conducted research on logistics operations, including literature reviews, interviews and site visits.
  • Hired directly in 2008 from UTi Integrated Logistics contractor position.

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9. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Followed US Army security procedures to effectively ensure mission compliance.
  • Graduated 13 out of 41 joint and international students at the US Army's Field Artillery Officer Basic Course.
  • Led and managed 12-15 US Army Paratroopers in day to day operations in both garrison, and combat environments.
  • Employed use of SAMS-E system to ensure that all work was tracked according to US Army regulations.
  • Served six years in the US Army and have operational and leadership experience in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Supervised and trained and personnel on all aspects of petroleum operations for the US Army.
  • Provided transportation and personal security for Commanding General, 5th US Army.
  • Received the Meritorious Service Medal from the US Army.
  • Organized and set up 10 Man Mechanic section to qualify M113 Tracked vehicles for US Army TACOM Inspections.

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10. Curriculum Development

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11. Adult Choir

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Here's how Adult Choir is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Sing solo selections and lead the bass-2 section in the adult choir during anthems and hymns
  • Help prepare music for the service lead songs and cantor when needed sing with both the youth choir and Adult choir

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12. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Inspected facilities and equipment routinely to determine necessity of repairs or maintenance, and monitored all preventative maintenance services.
  • Coordinated preventative maintenance on existing and new production equipment, including routine calibrations.
  • Minimized damage and repair costs through careful management and preventative maintenance.
  • Prepared and administered preventative maintenance work orders.
  • Maintained preventative maintenance schedule for vehicles.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance service checks, cleaned, and inspected all vehicles and equipment attached to the 67th MP company.
  • Signed for and maintained all surveillance and security systems and performed preventative maintenance checks on all equipment.
  • Instruct on preventative maintenance measures for tools, repair parts, vehicles, and shop sets.
  • Managed the preventative maintenance schedule in line with the operational plan.
  • Assisted in the development of the plant preventative maintenance programs.
  • Provide preventative maintenance on equipment as well.
  • Inspect and perform preventative maintenance on equipment.
  • Supervised and participated in the preventative maintenance and operation of all of Headquarters Platoon'sLight Armored Vehicles.
  • Conducted preventative maintenance on all ground vehicles everyday.
  • Supervised 13 soldiers on day to day construction operations Ensured soldiers were properly trained and proficient on preventative maintenance practices.
  • Managed the preventative maintenance, sustainment, and accountability of over ten million dollars in resources.

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13. Communications Equipment

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Organized work schedules and instructed subordinate personnel in the technical maintenance of field communications equipment.
  • Operated wheeled and track vehicles and communications equipment.
  • Operated communications equipment and various support vehicles.
  • Maintained and inventoried communications equipment.
  • Ensured proper operation, maintenance and accountability of vehicles, communications equipment, and weapons systems totaling 1 million dollars.
  • Performed and directed on-site design, builds, and installations for a wide array of telecommunications equipment from the ground-up.
  • Developed and evaluated squad training synchronized squad movements, use of squad organic weapons, and communications equipment.
  • Supervised a cable installation section of six personnel and telecommunications equipment valued at over $300,000.
  • Maintained, troubleshot, and repaired over 630 Harris, Thales, and SINCGARS communications equipment.
  • Operate and maintain communications equipment and operates in a radio net.
  • Supervised the transportation and movement of combat tactical vehicles consisting of personnel, weapons, and sensitive communications equipment.
  • Integrated commercial off-the-shelf communications equipment into military networks resulting in a more modern and robust architecture.
  • Performed daily Quality Control inspections on all communications equipment as the Quality Control Section Leader.
  • Coordinated and scheduled work assignments, evaluated work performance and managed/controlled all communications equipment.
  • Maintained company level communications equipment.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment.
  • Inspected and Fort Lewis, Washington programmed all communications equipment to ensure proper functioning before all combat patrols.
  • Relocated the Communications and Electronics Department which consisted of $247,816.00 worth of tools and specialized communications equipment.
  • Supervised 12 subordinates in 185 quarterly inventories on all communications equipment assigned to the section.
  • Maintained communications equipment valued at over $1M.

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14. Training Programs

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Here's how Training Programs is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Evaluate instructor performance and the effectiveness of training programs, providing recommendations for improvement.
  • Experienced in evaluating personnel needs and developing responsive training programs.
  • Developed and supervised training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Developed and implemented detailed and complex training programs and procedures for groups of up to 300 individuals.
  • Supervised individual and group training programs for all subordinates to ensure combat readiness at all times.
  • Designed, planned, organized, and directed orientation and training programs for employees or customers.
  • Analyze training needs to develop new training programs or modify and improve existing programs.
  • Job Description: Developed training programs and implemented them as the Lead Technical Instructor.
  • Developed and led marksmanship training programs for over 100 Marines in preparation for combat.
  • Coached, trained and coordinated external training programs for the supervisory team.
  • Offered specific training programs to help workers maintain or improve job skills.
  • Designed and managed Several technical training programs for over 50 Soldiers.
  • Developed and implemented training programs that increased team's mission success.
  • Directed training programs, including the implementation of a cross-training program.
  • Planned and completed required safety training programs for 150 personnel.
  • Ensured that training programs reflected current consumer needs.
  • Initiated fire-training programs for civilian and military personnel regarding the fundamentals of firesuppression and safety.
  • Supervised staff assigned to the ABA programs to insure that training programs were being accurately implemented.
  • Honor Grad through two training programs Company Commander Squad leader Attained CPR certification

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15. Physical Fitness

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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Designed educational military training as well as physical fitness regiments.
  • Counseled personnel in the area of career planning, finance, education, physical fitness, job skills and personal matters.
  • Raised team physical fitness levels by 20% within 6 months to achieve a passing rate of 98%.
  • Supervised and trained 8 personnel daily; in physical fitness, first aid, weapons and vehicle operations.
  • Trained soldiers in all infantry individual tasks, physical fitness, and collective Bradley section battle drills.
  • Designed and carried out a physical fitness program for a section of Urban Warfare Training Instructors.
  • Trained and assisted soldiers in both maintaining and evaluating physical fitness and all forms of readiness.
  • Earned the Army Physical Fitness Badge for obtaining the max score on a physical fitness test.
  • Lead and Improved physical fitness level of employees 5x a week to fall within company standards.
  • Conducted Army composite risk management for 120 training exercises, and physical fitness activities.
  • Supervised enlisted soldiers in video production, Warrior Task Training, and physical fitness.
  • Conducted team-based physical fitness training with squad members on a daily basis.
  • Implement physical fitness program that challenge and improve unit physical readiness.
  • Implemented a physical fitness program to prepare the Marines for combat.
  • Improved physical fitness of section members through innovative fitness routines.
  • Increased Squads Physical Fitness score by 30%.
  • Maintain and improve individual and section physical fitness.
  • Conducted physical fitness training three times a week.
  • Established a physical fitness calendar that improved Soldiers overall physical fitness and improved their score on their physical fitness test.
  • Initiated a training program the enhanced soldier's physical fitness by 15%.

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16. Daily Operations

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Here's how Daily Operations is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Directed daily operations for mission critical information and documentation base operation for training, educational, and historical documentation.
  • Performed inspections, counseling, and executed detailed instructions of daily operations.
  • Lead warehouse staff in daily operations of warehouse
  • Developed procedures and processes for the Recovery Department to ensure daily operations are compliant with CMS regulations and standards.
  • Assist the Duty Brig Supervisor in the requirements to carry out the daily operations of the Base Brig.
  • Assigned staff and devised schedules to facilitate the execution of daily operations of program transmissions and print jobs.
  • Developed plans and programs that supported of daily operations for the various divisions meet standard performances.
  • Supervised a crew of 12 in daily operations, including evaluation and discipline.
  • Supervised all facets of training and daily operations, to include safety awareness.
  • Led 12 teams of 38 total CI agents to execute daily operations.
  • Oversee daily operations of finance department, ensuring proper procedures are followed.
  • Managed a team consisting of anywhere from 4-12 people in daily operations.
  • Managed 24 mechanics and supervised the daily operations of the maintenance activity.
  • Planned and managed the daily operations and law enforcement patrols.
  • Supervised the daily operations and well-being of 20 personnel.
  • Supervised 20 to 25 military personnel in daily operations.
  • Managed daily operations and a forty person staff.
  • Delegated the fitting, burning, and welding processes of daily operations I was awarded the Good Conduct Medal for good.
  • Supervised over ten personnel in daily operations, to include mentorship, training, and evaluations
  • Fort Campbel Ky) Supervised and managed team of employees in daily operations.

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17. NCO

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Here's how NCO is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Maintained a store division devoted exclusively to religious textbooks, reference books, concordances, religious fiction and inspirational material.
  • Promote encouragement and confidence before and during performances.
  • Audited incomplete records and accounted for discrepancies.
  • Trained and certified incoming personnel on a daily basis, based on subject matter expertise of PATRIOT Missile engagement equipment.
  • Provide overall direction to personnel, encouraging cost control, safety compliance, affirmative action and employee development.
  • Incorporated plans (e.g., Traffic, Medical, Communications, Site Safety) into the IAP.
  • Worked with the design engineers and systems lab to incorporate design improvements into new product releases.
  • Assigned as Training NCO involving creating and executing training program and providing classes.
  • Encourage participation in Service Unit, council, and National program activities.
  • Served as Brigade Plans and Operations NCO (approximately 2000 soldiers).
  • Encouraged my section to be great band members and practice perfection.
  • Process incoming freight from the delivery truck to the sales floor.
  • Served as Brigades Safety NCO for 2 years.
  • Sorted and routed incoming correspondence and messages.
  • Recognized as NCO of the year.
  • Selected #1 out of 94 NCO's.
  • Conducted the mentoring program for Iraqi Security Forces SNO's and NCOs, in order to develop their leadership potential.
  • Incorporated Ballast Design for multi phased UVC layout for Inline or Open channel systems.
  • Top NCO of the year at RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom.
  • Lived a "lead by example" lifestyle to encourage, support, and motivate subordinates.

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18. Training Exercises

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Here's how Training Exercises is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Orchestrated delivery of flawless communications support during four major training exercises and training center rotation prior to deployment to Afghanistan.
  • Coordinated and created various training exercises to help the effectiveness and efficiency of assigned section.
  • Supervised and supported numerous successful field training exercises prior to deployment.
  • Recognized by superiors for distinguished knowledge displayed during various training exercises.
  • Participated in multiple deployments and several training exercises.
  • Dispatched trucks for training exercises, kept the daily, weekly and monthly mileage reports and served as the Chief Dispatcher.
  • Lead the mortar section in multiple, complex live fire training exercises as Section Leader and Chief Fire Direction Center.
  • Attended weekly training meetings and briefed between 5-10 senior managers on upcoming training exercises and personnel readiness issues.
  • Participated in over 20 large scale training exercises at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, CA.
  • Trained and developed soldiers through Military training exercises, physical training, and military weekly counseling's.
  • Led a platoon of 34 soldiers through daily exercises, training exercises, and mission trained.
  • Sailed to Thailand, Singapore, and the Philippines for additional training exercises.
  • Planned and conducted signal operations for garrison and field training exercises.
  • Conducted controlled battlefield training exercises for Joint Forces.
  • Supervised live fire training exercises.
  • Conducted multiple IRF training exercises.
  • Coordinated with local agencies to insure that life support for over 1,200 personnel were in place for training exercises.
  • Performed as a squad leader during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.
  • Lead section in field training exercises that met or exceeded the company's standards.
  • Led fire team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.

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19. Band Members

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Here's how Band Members is used in Section Leader jobs:
  • Provided leadership and organization to junior band members.
  • Assisted new band members with basic steps, movements, expectations, & reading field position cards.
  • Elected section leader of the French Horns, becoming liaison between leadership and the band members.
  • Worked with fellow section leaders to run sectionals and help fellow band members.
  • Assisted fellow band members in learning drill and providing guidance during rehearsals.
  • Served as a liaison between the band members and the officer council.
  • Answered the questions of and gave advice to fellow band members.
  • Mentored and coached junior band members on marching and instrument skills.
  • Mentor new band members and organize section leaders.
  • Helped out with other band members.
  • Assisted other general band members and leadership members with music responsibilities and intersectional relationships.
  • Provide training to new and returning band members Tutor those in need of assistance outside of normal practice
  • Motivate band members to perform to high standards Teach new music and drills to band members.
  • Encouraged fellow band members to perform to highest quality for the advancement of the band.
  • Planned and rehearsed weekly saxophone sectionals Trained in effective leadership techniques Assisted band members learning marching drills

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20. Sectional Rehearsals

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  • Plan and rehearse soprano sectional rehearsals* Administer distribution and organization of all choral music
  • Conducted sectional rehearsals, identifying and correcting problematic areas
  • Led sectional rehearsals, printed off new music, coordinated with other section leaders and helped lead group practices
  • Led sectional rehearsals weekly to work on group performance dynamic and focus on correction of musical problem areas.
  • Planned and lead numerous sectional rehearsals to fine tune the various aspects of the group's c
  • Lead sectional rehearsals - Perform as needed as soprano soloist & roles in yearly large-scale orchestral concert
  • Organized sectional rehearsals, performed multiple concerts per term, volunteered setting up rehearsal spaces
  • Supervised sectional rehearsals and created new musical opportunities and experiences for the choir and congregation.
  • Assisted in leading group rehearsals, sectional rehearsals, as well as provided help to individual volunteer singers in the choir.
  • Perform solos and lead sectional rehearsals Rehearse twice a week and perform in two concerts per semester
  • Organize and lead sectional rehearsals Provide musical leadership for the section Possess good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Delegated tasks Distributed equipment Oversaw sectional rehearsals
  • Learn and teach music to tenor section * Conduct sectional rehearsals with tenor section * Prepare annual recital for church scholarship fund
  • Led sectional rehearsals for the mellophone section 2015-2016
  • Provide musical leadership for section Must be able to read music Must attend all rehearsals Organize and lead sectional rehearsals
  • Conducted and accompanied sectional rehearsals for Concert Choir and Oriana Singers Maintained attendance records for Concert Choir and Oriana Singers

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  • Conducted tactical employment of weapons systems and ensured squad security during maneuvers.
  • Provided guidance to the supportive unit on the capabilities, tactical employment, and operation of an Assault Amphibian Vehicle section.
  • Advise the supported infantry Platoon Commander concerning the technical and tactical employment of the section in amphibious and mechanized operations.
  • Trained the reactionary and back up forces on detailed guard force procedures, building plans and tactical employment.
  • Advised the supported infantry platoon commander on the tactical employment and capabilities of the Assault Amphibian Vehicle.
  • Handled the tactical employment of 2 mortar systems providing indirect fire support for the company.
  • Coordinated tactical employment, fire discipline, fire control, and maneuver of squads.
  • Supervised tactical employment of team in offensive, defensive, and retrograde operations.
  • Supervised the tactical employment of scout section members in the field.
  • Assisted Managers in the training, deployment and tactical employment and proficiency of allweapons organic to infantry organizations.
  • Advised the Special Operations Task Force Engineer Chief of the warfighting capabilities and tactical employment of my engineer section.
  • Range Safety Officer for safe and tactical employment, and fire discipline of four Up-Gunned weapons stations.
  • Make recommendations for, and direct tactical employment of, the motar section.
  • Camp Pendleton, CA - Advise the infantry squad leader on the technical and tactical employment of an AAV.

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  • Conducted unit training for up to 1200 personnel using Microsoft PowerPoint according organizational standards.
  • Authored multiple spreadsheets/databases and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Used Microsoft Office PowerPoint to develop the Battalion history book for the 91st Military Police Battalion.
  • Experienced with Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File Formats.
  • Managed and analyzed data using Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations for meetings and presented them to the organization.
  • Utilized software including Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
  • Prepared lectures and PowerPoint presentation for class12.
  • Design book layouts, social media campaigns, powerpoint presentations, advertisements and internal corporate documents.

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  • Generated over 25 Consolidated Law Enforcement Operations Center reports that resulted in a professional and positive outlook on the security department.
  • Lead supervisor for military police officers; in charge of supervising daily uniformed law enforcement operations and training.
  • Supervised 26 personnel providing law enforcement, security and resource protection services to the installation.
  • Led and managed 80-person section, provided security and law enforcement operations.
  • Trained and evaluated individuals in law enforcement and waterborne security proper procedures.
  • Resolved customer complaints and communicate with law enforcement agencies.
  • Supervised law enforcement support and services while supporting a population over 218,000 Soldiers, Family members and civilians.
  • Supervised the Safety and Law Enforcement Training for all personnel aboard the ship and routine helicopter operations.
  • Directed through subordinate supervisors, in training 200 plus local civilians and certifying them in law enforcement.
  • Performed Law Enforcement/ Force Protection and VIP Protection as Section leader.
  • Conducted law enforcement boarding of sea vessels both Foreign and Domestic.
  • Supervised others in the performance of security or law enforcement work.
  • Acted as corrections specialist in conjunction with local law enforcement.
  • Successfullycoordinated law enforcement control activities.
  • Coordinated the planning and execution of 5 multi-agency law enforcement missions to focus on intoxicated boaters on the Sacramento River Delta.
  • Directed daily force protection/law enforcement efforts.
  • Coordinated three multi-agency law enforcement missions that lead to the seizure of over 3000 illegal plants of marijuana.
  • Entrusted to preform force protection, physical security and law enforcement,organize and train personnel.
  • KEY ROLE in providing physical security and law enforcement for Naval Station Mayport, Fla.
  • Trained, equipped and led Iraqi Police units in basic law enforcements skills, proficiencies, and counter-insurgency operations.

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24. Data Entry

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  • Maintained the engineering data entry required system to input information necessary to obtain production, material and labor data.
  • Performed data entry, reject re-entry, and reconciled credit/debit transactions.
  • Trained and assisted with selection and evaluation of data entry operators.
  • Worked as an Assistant to both the Office Manager and the Supervisor of the Data Entry and Records Department.
  • Handled clearing systems, backing up work, data entry, filing, and monthly reports on Excel spreadsheets.
  • Constructed and mapped Hyperion model for data entry to be used by other divisions.
  • Enter data entry information and transmit information by client's designated time.
  • Exceeded monthly totals for transmissions and data entry.
  • Served as Data Entry Operator.

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25. Training Events

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  • Monitored and evaluated company and battalion level training events.
  • Maintained 100% of accountability of assigned equipment valued at over $1,000,000 through numerous training events and unit inventories.
  • Carried out the orders from the Platoon Commander on training events and operations needed to complete the mission.
  • Ensured the proper preparation, safety, conduction, and procedures for training events and live fire ranges.
  • Planned, organized, executed, and monitored 6 Afghan staff training events for over 200 staff officers.
  • Developed multiple training events that led to 100% pass rate of all Company members during testing.
  • Ensured that all training events were properly resourced, planned and executed by my Section Leader's.
  • Ensured that all Soldiers were properly notified of shifts, training events, and duty schedules.
  • Coordinated scheduled training events to ensure that all required annual training is completed on time.
  • Complied after action reviews of training events into usable data for strategic planning.
  • Conduct safety briefs in support of training events at exercise Mojave Viper.
  • Served as Senior Lane Corridor for squad and platoon size training events.
  • Lead training events for groups ranging in size from 5-28 persons.
  • Led a team of 6 personnel though 10 Company training events.
  • Coordinated training events for 25-30 employees in dynamic environments.
  • Planned, conducted and evaluated training events.
  • Plan and coordinate training events.
  • Coordinated 950 aircraft pre-launch checks in support of two Special Operations Squadrons;contributed to 1.7K sorties/7.6K hours flown/24K aircrew training events
  • Forecasted, allocated and scheduled training events for CONUS and OCONUS and successfully implemented them.

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26. Technical Guidance

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  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional advice and counsel to superiors.
  • Provided technical guidance and training to subordinates in their designated areas of responsibility.
  • Provided supervisory and Technical guidance to subordinates including; 1.
  • Provided technical guidance and supervision to lower grade mechanics.
  • Provided technical guidance to lower graded personnel.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance to subordinates.
  • Provide tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both subordinates and superiors in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Provided technical guidance and direction to 95 maintenance personnel in 14 career fields.
  • Supervised 20 employees and provided technical guidance for the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Provide technical guidance on performance of task.
  • Attained expertise in tactical and technical guidance.
  • Mentor & provide technical guidance.
  • Fort Wainwright/ Iraq, AK Supervised and provided technical guidance to technicains in the accomplishment of their duties.

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27. Operational Readiness

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  • Facilitated team training and development program across the section on a weekly basis through operational risk management to guarantee operational readiness.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer in charge of maintaining operational readiness of equipment and personnel for peacetime and real world missions.
  • Supervised and executed all training requirements to ensure operational readiness and preparation for national and global deployments.
  • Supervised the maintenance, accountability, and operational readiness of designated weapons systems.
  • Developed plans, created and implemented standard operating procedures to help maintain operational readiness over 90% at all times.
  • Inspected and directed the operational readiness of aircraft rescue and fire fighting vehicles, personnel, and equipment.
  • Maintained a mission focused environment that lead section to two excellent findings in as many Operational Readiness Inspections.
  • Managed an operational readiness rate of over 99% during OIF.
  • Maintained a 94% equipment operational readiness rating throughout the year.
  • Managed team of aviation personnel to ensure operational readiness for a fleet of ten Sikorsky Blackhawk Helicopters through multiple deployments.
  • Contributed in the unit receiving an "Excellent" Operational Readiness Inspection rating in 2006.

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28. New Members

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  • Provided a friendly environment for new members
  • Learned to cope with different adversity surrounding me with expectations, helping the new members, and animosity from older members.
  • Instructed new members of the band in the marching techniques and culture of the band * 100% retention rate of members
  • Communicated with new members in order to build effective relationships and enhance their personal experience in the band.
  • Introduced new members to the percussion section and introduced them to new skills for playing their instrument.
  • Act as a mentor to new members and encourage them to be active members of the band.
  • Teach correct marching technique to new members and solidify the technique to older members.
  • Sacred Heart University* Welcome new members to the trumpet section of the band.
  • Oversaw/evaluated the progress of new members and interacted with other design team leaders.
  • Mentored 11 new members to acclimate them to the group and university life.
  • Teach new members of the marching band the marching techniques.
  • Educated new members on preferred marching technique.
  • Mentored team members in order to achieve the organizational goals and to improveintegrate and familiarize new members with the working environment.
  • Instructed new members in organization rules and traditions Planned and lead marching and music rehearsals
  • Contacted new members during the summer and did recruiting for the university.

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29. Military Equipment

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  • Maintained accountability of millions of dollars' worth of military equipment, ensuring presence and serviceability.
  • Maintain accountability of military equipment valued over one million dollars utilizing Army Supply system.
  • Recorded all maintenance activities on the proper paperwork packets for military equipment.
  • Advised senior leadership in tactical deployment of military equipment and personnel.
  • Operated and maintained tactical military equipment in extreme climates.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of military equipment.
  • Supervised personnel in the security and accountability for more than twenty million dollars' worth of military equipment.
  • Facilitated the maintenance and security of over five million dollars' worth of military equipment.
  • Operated and maintained over $100,000.00 in military equipment with 0% loss.
  • Accounted for and maintained $3.7 million in U.S. military equipment.
  • Maintained and operated various types of high value military equipment.
  • Maintained accurate records and accountability of military equipment of highdollar value.

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30. Non

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  • Gathered and communicated business/technical requirements for project requests among technical and non-technical audiences including management and external vendors.
  • Organized and conducted weekly training classes on both military and non-military subject matters.
  • Coordinated Multicultural Day; oversaw investigations and resolutions for four non-EEO complaints.
  • Distinguished Honor Graduate Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Academy
  • Respond to emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Drafted military and nonmilitary correspondence.
  • Prepare and perform choral and solo sacred music for religious services, including leading and instructing other non-professional choir members.
  • Developed and Implemented Census Operations as a Non-Commissioned Officer while deployed when tasked with Marine Corps Battalion.
  • Implemented and supervised the company s Tactical and Non-Tactical vehicle Drivers Training and Licensing Program.
  • Graduated top 20% in Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course (BNCOC).
  • Number of on-the-job fatalities (non-combat related) dropped to zero.
  • Preformed annual Non Commissioned Officer Evaluation Reports on squad leaders.
  • Served as a Non-Commissioned Officer in a Light-Armored Infantry Company.
  • Oversee investigations and resolution of non-EEO complaints.
  • Documented and detailed any nonconformance of products/parts to specifications.
  • Advise the Officer and Staff Non-Commissioned Officers in Charge on asset and personnel availability and status changes that affect airfield supportability.
  • Staff Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of the Mountain Leader Course at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, CA.
  • Manage 5 soldiers and 2 noncommissioned officers within my section to carry out daily duties and responsibilities.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year, U.S. Air Force, RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom, 2010.
  • Coached a soldier to win the prestigious title and honor of Division Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter.

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31. Tactical Operations

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  • Assisted in the development of the tactical operations center's standard operating procedures on sending and receiving reports from superior organizations.
  • Collaborated with senior leadership on proper techniques and procedures on conducting a wide array of tactical operations.
  • Developed extensive training programs enabling 100% of assigned Soldiers to certify in tactical operations.
  • Operated and maintained sophisticated equipment designed for tactical operations.
  • Provided recommendations on personnel matters and tactical operations.
  • Directed all phases of aircraft/ structural firefighting tactical operations according to NAVAIR regulations, current directives, and ARFF SOP.
  • Conducted tactical operations for a section and Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) operations.
  • Coordinated three vehicle teams in tactical operations and daily activities (9 Marines)
  • Conducted tactical operations for a squad, operations of a patrol base.
  • operate and staff tactical operations center.

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32. Terrorism

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  • Supervised Battalion physical security and anti-terrorism program increasing the overall improvement of eight companies program.
  • Transferred and managed training ammunition to forward deployed bases in support of Global War on Terrorism for special operation forces.
  • Followed Anti-Terrorism Force Protection protocol to screen civilian crafts, assessing any threat to U.S. ships.
  • Supervised 220+ anti-terrorism measures and 4k+ non-commercial vehicle searches.
  • Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
  • Managed and supervised 43 personnel in Antiterrorism/Force Protection and Law Enforcement duties.
  • Supervised, scheduled, and executed riverine counter-terrorism patrols.
  • Demonstrated the ability to Indentify Foreign Threats and gather Intelligence to prevent Terrorism.
  • Awarded Army Good Conduct Medal and Global War On Terrorism Service Medal including eight months of imminent danger service in Kuwait.

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33. Inventory Control

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  • Developed New Inventory Control Procedures for Mis-Picks Delivered From Warehouse
  • Conducted and supervised inventory control functions for 32 Explosive Storage Bunkers with an on hand value of over $22 million.
  • Increased gross sales 12% as Section Leader through effective display design, order writing and proper inventory control.
  • Conducted inventory control and performed cycle count and audits for materials on a monthly basis.
  • Maintain standard operating procedures for shipping, receiving, cost controls and inventory control.
  • Provide efficient logistic support to the medical section through ordering and inventory control.
  • Maintained proper stock levels and inventory control of all section components daily.
  • Back ground using SARSS 1warehouse system to conduct inventory control.
  • Perform backup for department Inventory Control Analyst as needed.
  • Inventory Control- Physical Inventory Count, Pull Lists.
  • Lead three to five Marines in inventory control
  • Focused department on cost reductions and continuous quality improvements in all aspects of logistics coordination and inventory control.
  • Managed Multi Million dollar budgets and inventory control.
  • Trained in E21 ( live inventory control ) creating L.P.'s and manipulating them.
  • Inventory Control Create spreadsheets Receive defective product Train and develop work members Maintained an organized work environment

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34. Performance Reviews

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  • Completed 5-15performance reviews each quarter, offering praise and recommendations for improvement.
  • Conducted monthly individualized performance reviews and identified and implemented specific solutions.
  • Assist in the completion of personnel paperwork that includes accident, training and development reports and performance reviews.
  • Conduct daily meetings, safety audits, job interviews, performance reviews, and reports.
  • Provided monthly performance reviews on the strengths and weaknesses of each squad member.
  • Completed 25 performance reviews each year, offering praise and recommendations for improvement.
  • Prepared annual priorities of department, work schedules and performance reviews.
  • Coached 6 other employees and assisted with quarterly performance reviews.
  • Perform annual staff performance reviews.
  • Interviewed for new team members, Performance reviews, training, and supervised 5-56 team members.

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35. Zero Loss

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  • Maintained 100% accountability of government and military firefighting resources with zero losses.
  • Displayed sound tactical judgment during numerous combat missions during Operation Iraqi Freedom which resulted in zero loss of Subordinates or equipment.
  • Maintained accountability throughout my supervisory role of over $3 million dollars of equipment with zero losses and damage to equipment.
  • Supervised, operated, and maintained over $500,000 of crucial equipment resulting in zero loss over a 2 year period.
  • Maintained and Accounted for over two million dollars of sensitive equipment with zero loss over a twelve month period.
  • Signed for and maintained over $100 million dollars worth of military equipment with zero losses or damages.
  • Maintained classified and unclassified Army property valued in excess of $250,000 with zero loss of property.
  • Zero loss of inventory valued over 400k, ordered supplies, checked out equipment, made cables.
  • Accounted for 6.4 million dollars' worth of equipment with zero loss in 3 years of accountability.
  • Deployed and redeployed 4 Line of Sight Systems and 10 personnel with zero losses or accidents.
  • Maintained accountability of all assigned equipment valued in excess of $5M with zero losses.
  • Supervised the security of highly sensitive location with no incidents and zero loss or damage.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of over $4,000,000 in property resulting in zero loss.
  • Operated the company arms room valued at $6.7 million with zero loss.
  • Maintained and inventoried over $5 million of military equipment with zero losses.
  • Manage and maintain organizational equipment valued in excess of 1,500,000 with zero loss.
  • Maintained records of thousands of items worth millions of dollars with zero loss.
  • Achieved zero loss and had no incidents throughout time of service.
  • Maintained account of fuel and ammunition reports with zero losses.
  • Received essential items with zero loss.

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36. Staff Members

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  • Demonstrate excellent writing skills, including authoring performance evaluations for junior staff members and preparing written reports.
  • Directed a department of 15-20 staff members during day to day operations on a class two Marine Corps airfield.
  • Complete verbal and written evaluations for staff members, providing further guidance on the development of professional skills.
  • Perform administrative duties such as overseeing building management, supervising the work of staff members and volunteers.
  • Provided for the well-being and morale of the staff members with no sacrifice to mission accomplishment.
  • Coordinated all phases of an extensive wilderness trip program for seventy-five girls and twenty staff members.
  • Managed mobile security details for the National Security Council and the White House staff members.
  • Directed 30 staff members to help maintain the electrical systems of 29 LS/HD ISR aircraft.
  • Led teams, and provided mentoring for up to 84 peers and staff members.
  • Led 10 staff members, supporting 1400+ personnel with daily Base Life Support Commodities.
  • Perform dances and cheers with other staff members and section leaders.
  • Hired, trained, coached, supervised and evaluated staff members.
  • Trained and supervised the work performance of 15 staff members.
  • Supervised up to 7 professional level staff members.
  • Authored and presented business plans to staff members.
  • Trained all newly hired staff members.
  • Communicate strategic vision, plan, implementation progress and success of logistics and supply operations to senior staff members.
  • Designed spreads for the award-winning yearbook by using InDesign Helped staff members with their spreads by giving them instructions
  • Developed training and trained 5 staff members on helpdesk operations to decrease time spent on each helpdesk ticket.

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37. Daily Activities

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  • Promoted within short period demonstrating over-achieving dedication Guided peers daily activities; Organized schedules for sailors, successfully enhancing time efficiency.
  • Enforced safety and risk management into daily activities resulting in zero accidents or incidents.
  • Manage daily activities of IT organization, including project management, budget preparation, strategic planning, and procurement.
  • Supervised eight staff members and directed daily activities and living arrangements for forty girls, ages twelve to fifteen.
  • Supervised and trained 30 Marines in tactical support and daily activities in preparation for deployment.
  • Planned, organized and managed daily activities at NAVSUP Fleet Mail Center Japan.
  • Organized and oversaw the daily activities of personnel.
  • Organize and direct people for daily activities.
  • Managed the daily activities of 23 employees.
  • Mitigated and reduced mishaps in the workplace by monitoring daily activities and increasing situational awareness of all employees.
  • Coordinate daily activities of production process - Develop daily work plan.
  • Supervised medical personnel in the daily activities of a medical clinic including immunizations, phlebotomy, medicalscreening, and medical evaluations.

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38. Small Arms

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  • Acted as the unit armor and was responsible for the safekeeping of more than $1.5M worth of small arms weapons.
  • Work well under pressure: Two combat deployments with trauma patient experience while under small arms and mortar fire.
  • Operated unit level computer to issue and receive small arms.
  • Employed small arms, explosives, and crew-served weapons.
  • Assisted in training new soldiers Basic Training Advanced Individual Training, Consistent Expert Weapons Qualifications in Small Arms.
  • Forecasted, tracked, and maintained over 2.5 million small arms rounds of ammunition.

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39. Job Performance

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  • Monitored and evaluated the job performance of subordinates and assisted upper management in promotions and transfers.
  • Supervised and trained Transportation Specialist personnel in all aspects of job performance and safety.
  • Collected and analyzed job performance data and conducted performance surveys.
  • Discussed job performance, and job performance issues with eight employees, including solutions to correct any issues.
  • Established and maintained records of training, evaluated job performances, and recommended promotion potential to senior leaders.
  • Provided job performance counseling to employees in responsibilities, identified problem areas, and outlined corrective actions.
  • Trained and evaluated staff in effective job performance; lead by example; progressive leadership responsibility.
  • Received recognition for outstanding job performance which resulted in promotion ahead of peers.
  • Awarded with multiple citations for leadership and exceptional job performance.
  • Received recognition for job performance and training.

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  • Provided first response trauma aid to injured Servicemen during Afghanistan.
  • Managed four Expeditionary Airfields in Afghanistan in a joint mission posture with the Royal Air Force Fire Service, 2011.
  • Mentored, trained and counseled soldiers on performance whilst maintaining soldiers' welfare throughout a deployment cycle to Afghanistan.
  • Led a section of 24 heavy equipment operators in a unit tasked with returning military assets from Afghanistan.
  • Provided recommendations to the Afghan Commanders for the management of personnel, discipline, morale and welfare.
  • Led his section in 92 security patrols during operations in Afghanistan, increasing the Coalition Forces influence.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan 12 months in combat operations (OEF) from 2009-2010.
  • Earned a Certificate of Commendation for leadership and service while serving in Afghanistan.
  • Developed personnel programs, policies, procedures to support Afghan counterparts.
  • Managed a diverse team of 40 Afghan and American lawyers.
  • Awarded Army Accommodation Medal for Service during deployment to Afghanistan.
  • Completed assignments throughout the US, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
  • Conducted training and testing in combat situations in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded Certificate of Commendation upon returning from Afghanistan.
  • Led squad on over 50 dismounted and mounted patrols in Afghanistan, denying the enemy key terrain and taking no casualties.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan in support of combat operations in the Southern Helmand district with 3rd Assault Amphibian Battalion, Delta Company.
  • Lead over 120 combat missions throughout the Sangin, Afghanistan area with 100% success.
  • Escorted various VIP's and journalists during combat patrols in Khost Province, Afghanistan.
  • Reduced insurgents' ability to engage Coalition Forces by advising Afghanistan police in patrolling techniques.
  • Carried out duties as a section leader at forward operating base "Alcatraz" in the upper Sangin Valley of Afghanistan.

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41. Machine Guns

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  • Managed more than $10M in government property to include optics, rifles, machine guns, ammunition and missiles.
  • Served as a Machine Gun Section Leader, was accountable for six M240 machine guns and twenty Marines.
  • Supervised first echelon maintenance for the section's machine guns, weapons, and other serialized equipment.
  • Maintained and stored various combat weapons such as rifles, machine guns and anti-tank mines.
  • Use, maintain and store combat weapons (e.g., rifles, machine guns, antitank mines, etc.)
  • Maintained rifles, machine guns, mortars and hand grenades.

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42. Ribbon

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  • Received 8 accommodation ribbons for both personal and unit accomplishments.
  • Led Marines in combat operations during Operation Desert Storm, earning 8 medals and commendations, including the Combat Action Ribbon.
  • Prepped tour route and parking for 70 distinguished visitors to include media for base housing ribbon cutting ceremony.

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43. Government Equipment

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  • Executed preventive, routine, and emergency maintenance on more than $6million worth of government equipment.
  • Maintained accountability of over $2 million of government equipment over 5 years resulting in no losses.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of over $2.5 million government equipment.

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44. Training Schedules

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  • Coordinated training schedules and filed crucial administrative paperwork.
  • Manage subordinates work and training schedules during missions as well as assist in training schedules.
  • Implemented monthly and yearly training schedules for MCAS Cherry Point Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting.
  • Established, executed and supervised both daily and weekly training schedules for my section.
  • Developed training schedules, content, and grading criteria for numerous inter-service events.
  • Created Training schedules complying with company standards to improve unit readiness.
  • Organized and implemented training schedules and plans.
  • Created training schedules for Marines under my command.

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  • Served as Staff Duty Manager; accountable for transitioning service members based on medical termination or unsatisfactory/disciplinary actions.
  • Provided guidance and leadership through conversation, experiences and setting the example for WII Service Members.
  • Assisted the unit with the family readiness care plans for the service members of the unit.
  • Managed and ordered medical supplies, accountable for the immunization compliance of deployed service members.
  • Conducted OCS (Officer Candidate School Boards), service members wanting to become officers.
  • Advocated for WII Service Members to ensure all medical and non-medical recovery efforts are coordinated.
  • Selected as company Retention NCO; successfully retaining an average of 20service members annually.
  • Managed, trained, and safeguarded seven US service members directly under my command.
  • Managed 8 service members from 8 different backgrounds and unlocked their potential.
  • Served as the Equal Opportunity Representative for over 1,000 service members.
  • Escorted service members to/from their medical appointments.
  • Added structure and discipline required to help WII Service Members heal mentally, physically and emotionally through steadfast motivation and mentorship.

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46. Security Operations

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  • Received distinguished award from superiors for valor and leadership in high stress scenarios while involved in critical global security operations.
  • Managed, coordinated, and led security operations for foreign government facilities and U.S. Military Installations both domestic and overseas.
  • Received numerous honors and commendations for capabilities in threat analysis, intelligence collecting/analysis/dissemination, and security operations planning
  • Developed and led training on disaster/emergency response, security operations, and other areas.
  • Participated in reconnaissance operations to include security operations and position preparation.
  • Accomplished over 200 security operations for multiple supply routes throughout Afghanistan.
  • Supervised 15 sailors conducting external compound security operations.
  • Managed 14 personnel to conduct security operations.
  • Led Marines in humanitarian and security operations.
  • Conducted various information gathering and security operations.
  • Conducted security operations in the following countries: Saudi Arabia, Dominican Republic, Ukraine, Kenya and Mexico.
  • Led a six member team in communications, information systems, personnel, physical, and technical security operations.
  • Assisted with security operations during incoming and outgoing shipments of sensitive cargo.

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47. Music Director

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  • Assist the Music Director in leading the alto voice section, answer questions regarding sections of the music pieces being sung.
  • Teach basic music terminology to volunteers and support the music director in ensemble preparation.
  • Led Sunday music worship for a congregation of 200+ in music director s absence.
  • Assist music directors in managing students, composing music, and organizing events.
  • Served as a substitute the music director was away.
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  • Supplied knowledge and understanding of central concepts to individualswho did not meet the requirement of the music director.
  • Provided support to the music director, including leading sections in rehearsal, directing, organization, administrative duties and solo services
  • Perform for church service every Sunday morning -Serve as a soloist when asked by Music Director -Practice Thursday evenings at church

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48. MOS

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  • Maintained tactical and technical proficiency in the Antitank MOS, scout rifleman billets, and on the Light Armored Vehicle platform.
  • Led one of the most successful locations in the region in both sales and minimizing loss in produce category.
  • Honed teamwork skills with both US countrymen and foreign units by identifying most efficient method to obtain common goals.
  • Test water in the fields for mosquito larvae and pupae, if either is found treat water accordingly.
  • Earned the John Phillip Sousa Award as the most outstanding musician at Steamboat Springs High School my senior year
  • Conducted most of the administration work to the platoon while staying involved with the day to day operations.
  • Lived and worked in Germany for almost 4 years, gaining an understanding and appreciation of various cultures.
  • Inspect work completed by maintenance personnel to ensure utmost quality was performed during the repair process.
  • Assemble gauges, in dash gauge clusters and fuel sending units in a team assembly atmosphere.
  • Lead my team effectively and wisely to get the job done in most efficient way.
  • Promoted an atmosphere that fostered professional growth, challenges and a spirit to win.
  • Worked with people from various socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds List your most significant achievements.
  • Served in most demanding positions to include control center and independent patrol officer.
  • Adjusted training objectives based on the most recent enemy threat and intelligence.
  • Developed the battalion's most successful and productive Intelligence team.
  • Cross-trained with MOS's 35E, 25F, and 92A.
  • Nominated for utmost leadership award during 8-week NCO Academy in Biloxi, MS for academic and leadership achievement and exemplary performance.
  • Served as the Cymbal Line Section Leader in Fall 2015 Awarded Most School Spirit in 2014 & 2015
  • Voted best marcher, best section leader, and most important member two years running.
  • Maintain upmost courtesy and profesionalism while out on public roads in test vehicles.

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49. Church Services

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  • Sing with church choir at weekly church services.
  • Perform solos for church services and interfaith services.
  • Perform solo soprano songs for church services.
  • Attend rehearsals and church services.
  • Perform at all events and church services Provide leadership in my vocal section & perform solos at selected services and performances
  • Prepare all anthems and solos for upcoming church services Coach other singers in learning notes, rhythms and musical phrasing
  • Led sectional singing in weekly rehearsals and church services Learned group and solo music beforehand and performed with exactitude
  • Lead Tenor Section in music learning process for church services Prepare music for concerts, weddings, and funerals
  • Performed on Sundays during church services, with rehearsals onThursday evenings.

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50. Intelligence Community

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20 Most Common Skills For A Section Leader

Military Personnel

24.4%

Combat

13.5%

Safety Procedures

12.1%

Weapon Systems

8.9%

Platoon

4.8%

Medal

4.5%

Customer Service

4.2%

Logistics

3.4%

US Army

2.9%

Curriculum Development

2.6%

Adult Choir

2.4%

Preventative Maintenance

2.2%

Communications Equipment

2.1%

Training Programs

1.9%

Physical Fitness

1.9%

Daily Operations

1.8%

NCO

1.7%

Training Exercises

1.7%

Band Members

1.6%

Sectional Rehearsals

1.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Section Leader

Rank Skill
1 Military Personnel 19.4%
2 Combat 10.7%
3 Safety Procedures 9.6%
4 Weapon Systems 7.1%
5 Platoon 3.8%
6 Medal 3.6%
7 Customer Service 3.3%
8 Logistics 2.7%
9 US Army 2.3%
10 Curriculum Development 2.1%
11 Adult Choir 1.9%
12 Preventative Maintenance 1.7%
13 Communications Equipment 1.7%
14 Training Programs 1.5%
15 Physical Fitness 1.5%
16 Daily Operations 1.4%
17 NCO 1.3%
18 Training Exercises 1.3%
19 Band Members 1.3%
20 Sectional Rehearsals 1.1%
21 Tactical Employment 1.0%
22 Powerpoint 0.9%
23 Law Enforcement 0.9%
24 Data Entry 0.9%
25 Training Events 0.8%
26 Technical Guidance 0.8%
27 Operational Readiness 0.8%
28 New Members 0.8%
29 Military Equipment 0.8%
30 Non 0.7%
31 Tactical Operations 0.7%
32 Terrorism 0.7%
33 Inventory Control 0.7%
34 Performance Reviews 0.7%
35 Zero Loss 0.7%
36 Staff Members 0.6%
37 Daily Activities 0.6%
38 Small Arms 0.6%
39 Job Performance 0.6%
40 Afghan 0.6%
41 Machine Guns 0.6%
42 Ribbon 0.6%
43 Government Equipment 0.6%
44 Training Schedules 0.6%
45 Service Members 0.6%
46 Security Operations 0.6%
47 Music Director 0.5%
48 MOS 0.5%
49 Church Services 0.5%
50 Intelligence Community 0.5%
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