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Top 50 Sergeant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Sergeant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Sergeant resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.3% of Sergeant resumes contained Personnel Files as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Sergeant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Sergeant

1. Personnel Files
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Here's how Personnel Files is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintained personnel files and ensured to dispose of all personal information properly to eliminate any unauthorized release of information.
  • Compile and perform quality assurance reviews for accuracy and perform interviews/audit of personnel files.
  • Evaluated individual and team performances with documentation including information submitted to personnel files.
  • Prepared legal paperwork on behalf Maintained personnel files on secure military website.
  • Maintain personnel files, track sick leave, and manage annual vacation schedule for 70 employees.
  • Organized, maintained, retrieved and reviewed over 300 personnel files daily to improve organization accuracy.
  • Review soldier in/out processing, maintain military personnel files, medical and dental records.
  • Reviewed and verified information contained in personnel files were correct and up to update.
  • Maintained military functional files and personnel files for unit of fifty.
  • Validated and reviewed Soldier 201 files (personnel files).
  • Maintain personnel files for soldiers with updates as required.
  • Processed, reviewed and managed personnel files and publications.
  • Establish and maintain up-to-date personnel files on individual members.
  • Originated training schedules and personnel files.
  • Maintained suspense and personnel files.
  • Created and maintained personnel files.
  • Prepared and maintained personnel files.
  • Counseled and mentored soldiers while maintaining confidentiality for 2,000 personnel files Ensured communication synchronization between multiple platforms
  • Managed personnel files asTraining Room NCO protecting confidential information.
  • Prepare performance standards and evaluates performance of subordinates Maintain military personnel files, medical and dental records.

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2. Safety Procedures
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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Performed operational and preventive checks as well as inspections according to pertinent technical manuals, directives and safety procedures.
  • Enforced that safety procedures were followed while working dangerous and explosive equipment.
  • Monitored inventory Control and shop/warehouse safety procedures.
  • Ensured safety procedures were practiced.
  • Performed troubleshooting and diagnosis of engine electrical, cooling, and generator malfunctions IAW technical manual, and safety procedures.
  • Trained all incoming soldiers on safety procedures and information awareness while on and off the battle field that saves lives.
  • Conduct employee training in equipment operations or work and safety procedures, or assign employee training to experienced workers.
  • Managed 42 personnel handling high explosive materials with no accidents and all safety procedures followed according to standard.
  • Employed safety procedures when directing signal winch man, hoist man, or cargo equipment operator.
  • Trained workers in food preparation, and in service, sanitation, and safety procedures.
  • Distribute mail, messages and deliveries to Senate offices in accordance with safety procedures.
  • Dispatch; using airfield landing and navigational aids; implementing airfield safety procedures.
  • Enforced strict safety procedures, resulting in zero injuries or damage during operations.
  • Managed shop safety procedures, quality control assurance and EPA compliance.
  • Trained Officers on safety procedures to ensure compliance with OSHA.
  • Educated and lead all personnel through emergency and safety procedures.
  • Trained officers on proper post and safety procedures.
  • Comply with policy and safety procedures.
  • Injected risk management strategies and safety procedures into daily activities resulting in zero workplace reportable incidents in more than twelve years.
  • Assigned tasks and oversaw the direction of employees to ensure compliance with food safety procedures and quality control guidelines.

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3. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Supervised and led soldiers daily with experience in two overseas arenas while conducting combat operations.
  • Awarded Navy/Marine Corps achievement medal twice for supervising communication operations in a combat zone
  • Provided contingency maintenance to meet priority combat needs.
  • Utilized multiplexing and combat net radio interface equipment.
  • Received Combat Meritorious promotion to Lance Corporal.
  • Received and implemented combat orders, directed deployments of personnel in offensive, defensive, and retro grade operations.
  • Provided logistical support to ensure the successful completion of the military's mission in Iraq and combat operations overseas.
  • Led and provided guidance to a team of 4-5 soldiers in weapons training, urban combat and stress management.
  • Assisted with the creation of standard operational procedures (SOP) for various situations that may occur during combat.
  • Trained 300+ soldiers for combat deployment readiness in weapon systems, vehicle ops, and MTS comm.
  • Supervised training with classroom instruction and hands on training to ensure combat readiness at the appropriate status.
  • Coordinated the closure of a fully staffed and mission capable compound in a combat zone.
  • Supervised official mail and regular mail for over 1590 Basic Combat Training Soldiers in training.
  • Demonstrated ability to complete tasks in stressful situations during multiple deployments to combat zones.
  • Maintain accountability and inventory of $1M of equipment in a combat zone.
  • Served as a member of the 473rd Combat Readiness Inspection Team.
  • Served in Regimental Combat Team during Operation Iraqi Freedom II.
  • Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
  • Selected as Marine of the Quarter during combat deployment.
  • Perform daily maintenance on service weapons, Humvee, and M1A1 Abrams tank to ensure all equipment's was combat ready.

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4. Direct Supervision
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Here's how Direct Supervision is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Provided direct supervision to structural specialists and persons performing duties as combat engineering and demolition.
  • Performed oversight at multiple locations without direct supervision to ensure mission completeness.
  • Direct supervision of assigned police officers and detectives.
  • Provide direct supervision and management of Troopers.
  • Direct supervision of 39 detective/corporals.
  • Direct supervision of patrol officers.
  • Implemented the specific training and supervised the required mission essential training for all enlisted Marines under my direct supervision.
  • Trained newly promoted Sergeants in the classroom and field to prepare them for the responsibility of direct supervision.
  • Provided direct supervision of a team of sworn officers, and civilian staff, and logged daily activities.
  • Trained and mentored those under direct supervision resulting in their ability to progress and become future leaders.
  • Direct supervision of Public Safety Officers, Part-time Officers, and Reservists (student officers).
  • Line supervisor and line mechanic with support company 4 vehicles and 2 mechanics under direct supervision
  • Started in headquarters element trained and perfected my job skills under direct supervision of Sgt.
  • Provided direct supervision of the delivery of Police services from District Stations.
  • Evaluated, instructed and educated 15 employees under my direct supervision
  • Direct supervision and training for over 13 marines.
  • Direct supervision of up to 30 soldiers.
  • provided direct supervision and leadership to 15 subordinates.
  • Promoted to Jail Administrator -Under direct supervision of the Sheriff.
  • Direct supervision of over 40 full time employees.

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5. Weapon Systems
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Here's how Weapon Systems is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintained accountability for over one million dollars of government equipment to included security related items and weapon systems.
  • Participated in combat area and home front maintenance and diagnostic procedures of both mechanical and electronic weapon systems.
  • Operated self-propelled howitzers, certain weapon systems, handled ammunition and operated certain tactical Military vehicles.
  • Subject matter expertise and vast knowledge on highly advanced weapon systems resulted in entire company proficiency.
  • Secured and controlled weapons and ammunition in security areas and repaired weapon systems.
  • Operated and supervised operation and maintenance of weapon systems and specialized equipment.
  • Trained and coached on various weapon systems, Equal Opportunity, and other workplace related procedures while in a combat environment.
  • Received in depth training with the maintenance and employment of explosive detection, communication, and weapon systems.
  • Provided medical coverage and support for numerous training exercises and crew serve and hand held weapon systems.
  • Provided guidance and training for the implementation of these weapon systems in both offensive and defensive operations.
  • Trained and mentored SOF Soldiers and Officers on all 3 levels of maintenance on many weapon systems.
  • Performed 1st 2nd and 3rd echelon maintenance on tactical vehicles, optics and weapon systems.
  • Field Artillery Integral member of a crew that operated high technology cannon artillery weapon systems.
  • Planned and executed qualification ranges for over 300 Soldiers on various weapon systems.
  • Trained on weapon systems to include handguns and M16 service rifles.
  • Inspect weapon systems to determine need for repair or destruction.
  • Trained the ANA on our weapon systems including the M16A2, M249 SAW and the M240B.
  • Supervised operations and maintenance of wheeled vehicles, generators, weapon systems and nuclear,biological, and chemical equipment.
  • Fixed and repaired all weapon systems; prepared, planned, and executed all weapons qualification ranges.
  • Assisted Combat Arms instructors with training of Air Force personnel on all small arms weapon systems.

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6. Medal
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Here's how Medal is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Received two Army Commendation Medals for outstanding performance.
  • Received Navy achievement medal for Armory operations.
  • Awarded two Army Achievement Medals during OIF VII for coordinating and overseeing two community outreach programs with the Iraqi National Army.
  • Awarded Combat Infantry Badge, Master Parachutist Wings with Combat Jump Star, Expert Infantry Badge and Army Commendation Medal.
  • Received multiple awards/medals/ribbons during career including: Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal and Army Service Ribbon.
  • Achieved both the Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal and the Army Achievement Medal.
  • Received an Army Achievement Medal for conducting a SRP with 12 hour notice.
  • Awarded medals for meritorious service in an overseas environment and state side missions.
  • Honored with three USMC Commendation Medals for heroic/life-saving acts of bravery.
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for excellence in leadership and duty.
  • Merited with army service medal upon 8 years of reserve service
  • Attained Rank of Sergeant, secret clearance, good conduct medal
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for my service.
  • Received 6 Good Conduct Medals over tenure.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal in this position.
  • Received Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal for leadership and technical achievements.
  • Awarded several commendation and achievement and Meritorious medals.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal and Army Good Conduct Medal.
  • KEY ACHIEVEMENTS - Awarded Air Force Achievement Medal for Service in Afghanistan 2006.
  • Selected Achievements: * Earned Army Achievement Medal for service rendered.

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7. Emergency Situations
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Here's how Emergency Situations is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Coordinated security force patrols to handle routine incidents and emergency situations.
  • Determined appropriate response to complaints and emergency situations.
  • Coordinate appropriate department response during emergency situations.
  • Trained for natural disasters and emergency situations.
  • Provided aid in emergency situations.
  • Responded to Alarms - Prepared for and responded to fires, medical emergencies, traffic accidents, and other emergency situations.
  • Use own judgment in deciding the course of action, being expected to handle difficult and emergency situations without assistance.
  • Write detailed reports concerning any recommendation, problem, observation or emergency situations or occurrences within the jail.
  • Enforce rules, regulations, policies, procedures, and respond to emergency situations requiring security assistance.
  • Worked posts and patrol as needed, and responded to all suspicious activities and emergency situations.
  • Work in the first aid room and ride in ambulance in response to emergency situations.
  • Coordinate the movements of the all patrol vehicles during normal operations and in emergency situations.
  • Advised and dispatched staff during emergency situations via hand held radio.
  • Worked closely with Law Enforcement Agencies in emergency situations.
  • Respond to calls in both routine and emergency situations.
  • Deployed in emergency situations / High risk Incidents.
  • Prepared arrest reports and conducted investigations Administered first aid in emergency situations.
  • Acted quickly in emergency situations; analyzed circumstances and adopted effective courses of action; exercised sound judgment under pressure.
  • Manage emergency situations and shift operations, review and ensure compliance with local protocols and policies.
  • Responded to emergency situations in a timely manner as well.

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8. Facility
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Here's how Facility is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintain liaison with servicing data processing facility and field managers of interfaced systems.
  • Participate in facility promotion committee.
  • Take immediate commands at the scenes of crimes/incidents in and out of facility, and order assistance as necessary.
  • Team leader for a fifteen soldier team to construct a holding facility for Iraqi prisoners using improvised existing materials.
  • Ensured all booking procedures into the facility and out of the facility were handled according to procedural regulations.
  • Maintain an inventory of facility's equipment such as weapons, ammo, restraints, chemicals and radios.
  • Identify, interview, and document gang members and associates within the facility and in local jurisdictions.
  • Entered arrest information into computer Booked all inmates into the facility by use of a computer.
  • Policed Interior and exterior of 162,000 square foot facility to ensure proper security measures are followed.
  • Managed a facility that won the prestigious Connolly Cup for dining facility quality and service.
  • Check in and out of the facility during early mornings and afternoons.
  • Prepare and provide training for military and commercial facility managers and employees.
  • Monitored facility to insure all areas were safe and sound.
  • Conduct routine searches of facility, staff and inmates.
  • Organize facility fire drills and complete fire safety checks.
  • Stock and organize all facility first aid kits.
  • Coordinated and scheduled the repair of radio equipment for the entire communications facility.
  • Function as Facilities Manager for Camp Upshur Reserve Training and Billeting Facility consisting of 43 buildings and surrounding grounds.
  • Ensured safety and security of the facility Accomplishments Maintained safety and security of the facility at all times.
  • Re-keyed facility locksets, including electromechanical locksets.

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9. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Provided recommendations to base commanders concerning base security, standard operating procedures, and provided a counterintelligence aspect.
  • Supervised a total of 20 airmen for Commander's Action Group resulting in 20,000 dollars recovered in training equipment.
  • Patrol, Field Training Officer, Officer in Charge, Acting Sergeant (5), Watch Commander
  • Monitored compliance with policies set in place by Commanders and the national Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Selected by division commander to manage the largest uniformed specialized division in the Maryland State Police.
  • Managed the office personnel, addressed citizen's complaints and brief the watch commander when necessary
  • Advised Command Group, Company Commanders, and First Sergeants on personnel administrative activities.
  • Provided key guidance and expert subject matter counsel to the 18th Airborne Corps Commander.
  • Advise commanders on Soldiers and personnel readiness and strength levels of supported reporting units.
  • Served as vehicle commander during combat operations in Iraq in 2007 & 2008.
  • Assisted and implemented tasks given through Logistical planning done by the Commander.
  • Advise Installation Commander on War and peace time protocols for AOR's.
  • Work directly for the airport commander, supervised officers and civilians.
  • Set up communications between troops and commanders using various radio transmitters.
  • Assisted the Unit Commander in training the unit for simulation exercises.
  • Learn the leadership skills necessary to become a flight commander.
  • Provided immediate assistance to Commander and First Sergeant, first line leaders, walk-ins, retention staff and command brigade staff.
  • Represent the Commander by accomplishing goals and objectives, and setting priorities for overall organizational functions.
  • Identified needs of unit commander and implemented solutions in a timely manner.
  • Served as advisor to unit commander for tactical unit placement.

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10. Platoon
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Here's how Platoon is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintain constant communication with platoon sergeant.
  • Maintain the schedule and records of the officers of the 5th platoon, civilian park guards and civilian school crossing guards.
  • Excelled in Marine Corps Basic Training, completed with honors and a meritorious promotion, graduated second in the Platoon.
  • Collect all available material of exercise to consolidate and prepare reports for briefings to Platoon Sergeant or Platoon Leader.
  • Direct and coordinate the activities of the 5 platoon system in focusing on problem areas of the jurisdiction.
  • Achieved promotion to Sergeant in November 2008, held squad leader position and acting platoon sergeant.
  • Assisted and advised the Platoon Commander on all issues concerning the training of all the Marines.
  • Spearheaded the commanding operations of 45-Marine platoon during two combat tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Train gun team in the performance of tasks which supports platoon and company training objectives.
  • Instructed, and facilitated training, classes, and leadership to Marines within my platoon.
  • Assisted in creating Battalion standard operating procedures for safety and platoon firing crew drills.
  • Served as Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, Company Gunnery Sergeant and Career Planner.
  • Coordinated and supervised Air Defense Artillery training for Squad and Platoon level elements.
  • Acted as Sergeant in Charge (SIC) in absence of Platoon Commander.
  • Body Composition Platoon leader, assisting over weight Marines achieve physical fitness goals.
  • Led a Platoon element of 21 personnel in support of Air Defense missions.
  • Served as a principle supervisor and commander of an infantry platoon.
  • Served as Platoon Sergeant for 40 personnel.
  • Managed all administrative matters of the platoon including promotion recommendations, coordinating training, and after action reports.
  • Advised operating platoon personnel on maintenance matters.

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11. NCO
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Here's how NCO is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Combat-deployed NCO experienced in Army Signal Operations and Management, Tactical Civil-Military Operations, U.S.
  • Received my NCO promotion in just over three years, which is pretty fast for any job in the military.
  • Welcomed the new NCOIC into the S-1 section and worked countless hours of overtime to ensure a smooth transition.
  • Assist with incoming telephone calls, shipping/receiving of express packages, distributing faxes, reception of visitors & inquires.
  • Flight NCO overseeing supervision of 32 personnel responsible for Priority Level 1,2 and 3 resources vital to national security.
  • Block NCO in control of several guards who oversee the care custody, control and movement of detainees.
  • Used every resource available to support the new S-1 NCOIC with every mission the section was given.
  • Served as Training NCO for aviation unit, and planned and coordinated weekly training for company personnel.
  • Served as principle NCO for health, welfare and career progression of three person team.
  • Generated reports on staff members that were in both compliance and noncompliance of annual training.
  • Completed military training: EI Team Chief Academy, NCO Academy, LAN SIPT course.
  • Assist the NCOIC in the planning, preparation, and execution of monthly drills.
  • Secured all funds from all incoming inmates and created documentation to sustain same.
  • Managed training, welfare and discipline of 12 soldiers and 4 NCO's.
  • Sorted and routed incoming correspondence and messages.
  • Supported Sr NCO through personal document management, calendar organization and collateral preparation for meetings.
  • Provided inspections and logistical support to over 2,000 incoming and outgoing personnel in over 20 buildings.
  • Earned a 100% pass rating during tenor as recycling NCO for Cco 1- 64.
  • Developed an inventory and a sign out system for the other NCOs
  • Encourage teamwork and active participation on my watch.

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12. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintained log on state-wide missing children reports, insured information computerized and accessible to law enforcement agencies state wide.
  • Coordinate with Federal and local law enforcement agencies the security for convoys transporting multiple weapons and sensitive materials.
  • Supervised preparation for no-notice worldwide contingency operations and daily Force protection/ Law Enforcement missions.
  • Coordinated with outside law enforcement agencies to develop and provide training and information.
  • Handled conflict resolution between students to prevent law enforcement involvement.
  • Conducted sabotage, espionage, treason, and sedition investigations, conducted liaison with foreign agencies and U.S. Law Enforcement agencies.
  • Assisted the city of the New Orleans with their law enforcement officer in deterring crime and providing law and order.
  • Produced funeral SOP's for reservist stations, fire departments, and law enforcement agencies across the United States.
  • Task Force Grizzly, worked side by side with Federal, State and City law enforcement on narcotic operations.
  • Transport parole and probation violators from various institutions and law enforcement precincts for intake and release purposes.
  • Participated in the creation of a US Department of Justice/FBI Law Enforcement Hate Crimes training video.
  • Performed various law enforcement duties, searches, apprehensions, reports, bookings and detentions.
  • Conducted daily briefings to my staff concerning local law enforcement on threat assessment issues.
  • Led military police flight of over 65 personal in daily installation law enforcement.
  • Experienced in dealing with local law enforcement and government agencies.
  • Instructed Mandatory In-Service training in Law Enforcement Policies and Procedures.
  • Performed law enforcement duties; protected life and property.
  • Job Related Training/Education FLETC (Federal Law Enforcement Training Center) Charleston, SC
  • Provided Security and Law Enforcement services for the U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll.
  • Shift Supervisor, supervised patrolmen and support staff * MS State Certified Law Enforcement Instructor * MS State Certified Firearms Instructor

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13. Logistics
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Here's how Logistics is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Spearheaded strategic satellite access planning, deployment logistics, and network optimization of 3.2 meter satellite communications suite.
  • Served as the Military Integrated Maintenance Management Systems Chief for logistics department.
  • Designed and implemented logistics and billeting protocol for reserve component Marines.
  • Supported senior ranking officials in logistics decision making.
  • Coordinate all organizational maintenance and logistics.
  • Monitored and operated the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS), GO81, and ESS-S and associated logistics systems interfaces.
  • Coordinated and tracked the daily logistics requirement of the battalion in order to provide seamless support of all operations.
  • Directed the execution of logistics into Afghanistan, and managed the transportation of supplies and equipment.
  • Deployed to Iraq from 10/2003 to 06/2004, providing support for security and logistics operations.
  • Served as the division subject matter expert in logistics, resource management, and acquisitions.
  • Planned, directed & coordinated all activities to accomplish the Logistics Support Center mission.
  • Served in multiple assignments as a subject matter expert in logistics and resource management.
  • Planned and organized logistics studies and special reviews for weekly meetings.
  • Send reports of daily use of logistics to include ammunition request.
  • Arrange logistics support for the platoon exercises and training.
  • Assisted in logistics planning for convoy security.
  • Managed the logistics of deploying to Bosnia.
  • Revised the logistics tracking system, improving the efficiency of accountability procedures for more than $500,000 in equipment.
  • Served as the Communications expert for Brigadier General Vincent Coglianese of the 1st Marine Logistics Group.
  • Inventory Control Manager/Logistics Instructor/Trainer Team Leader Weapons Specialist/Security Guard

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14. Police Department
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Here's how Police Department is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Experience in conducting background investigations on police department applicants.
  • Coordinate with various police departments and established professional relationships with Federal State and local agencies in the pursuit of justice.
  • Orchestrated and conducted operations training for the Dayton Police Department as well as regional training for many outlining jurisdictions.
  • Attended seven Chicago Police Department monthly meetings and ten Chicago Public School, Local School Council meetings.
  • Served as Sergeant with the Metropolitan Police Department, Special Operations Division, Emergency Response Team.
  • Tapped by Long Branch Police Department Director to develop and assume leadership of internship program.
  • Engaged in proactive integrity tests to ensure compliance with police department policy and procedures.
  • Collaborated in writing and computerizing the MTA Police Department Rules and Procedures Manual.
  • Offer K-9 services to local and state police departments to apprehend suspects.
  • Handled logistics and Intel between Iraqi Police Departments and US forces.
  • Provide Assistance and support to the BHCC Police Department when needed.
  • Notified chain of command after contacting Metro Police Department.
  • Assisted the Chicago Ridge Police Department.
  • Monitored and provided crowd control for several seasonal events contracted through the Koury Company Police Department.
  • Established and co-owner of a residential cleaning company, 1998 to present University of Connecticut Police Department, Storrs, CT
  • Organized meetings, did ride alongs, learned inner workings of police department, helped around dispatch, and station work
  • Worked closely in conjunction with the Beverly Hills Police Department * Radio Dispatcher.
  • Assisted FBI to dispurse funds to municipal police departments for crime prevention.
  • Assigned to update the Lakewood Police Department policies by using the Lexipol customizable policy content and integrated policy training.
  • Program Coordinator City of Tomah - Tomah Police Department Tomah, Wisconsin

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15. Honorable Discharge
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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Received Honorable Discharge and Top-Secret Security Clearance.
  • United States Air Force Reserve Honorable Discharge Assisting professional personnel in planning, and providing patient care.
  • Top Secret Security Clearance * Army Commendation Medal * Basic Training Distinguished Honor Graduate * Honorable Discharge
  • Received Honorable discharge, Managed shop tasks, learned valuable leadership skills.
  • Received honorable discharge from Marine Corps.
  • Served my Country with an Honorable Discharge
  • Received Honorable Discharge, October 1990.
  • Maintained avionic component systems and various weapon controls related to F-111A aircraft -Honorable discharge
  • Certified in Hazardous Materials Management Received an HONORABLE discharge in December 1989
  • Researched and ordered parts manufactured on the base Received an honorable discharge
  • Decorated Desert Storm Veteran Honorable Discharges after both services
  • Performed military duties as prescribed in DD214 Honorable discharge
  • Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom Honorable Discharge
  • Completed the following Army combat self-defense courses: MACP Level 1, 2, and 3 - Honorable Discharge 9/24/2012
  • Received a honorable discharge with several awards and citations.
  • United States Marine Corps Honorable Discharge, Secret Security Clearance MOS: 0311 / 8152 / OJT P.I.G.
  • Served 13 Months in Japan and aboard USS Midway CVA 41 Federal Secret Security Clearance - Expired Honorable Discharge
  • Full Time Employee Reason for Leaving: Honorable Discharge.
  • recalled Sept 2007 - Sept 2008 Honorable discharge Supervision and management of approximately 35 Marines responsible for convoy security in Iraq.
  • Worked long hours on feet, paying attention to detail and producing work in a timely manner Supervised 12 personnel Honorable Discharge

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintained accountability and operational readiness of communications equipment.
  • Operated dispatch/communications equipment, vehicles, intrusion detection equipment, crew-served weapons, and other special purpose equipment.
  • Performed routine maintenance on various pieces of equipment including vehicles, engineering, power generation and communications equipment.
  • Operated and performed operator maintenance on and obvious repair to vehicle and communications equipment.
  • Installed all field communications equipment including network, telephones and computers.
  • Supervised all courses ranging from advanced infantry subjects to communications equipment.
  • Advised, supervised and organized installation and use of communications equipment.
  • Led Soldiers during combat while using communications equipment.
  • Maintained over a million dollars in communications equipment.
  • Enter precise data into communications equipment.
  • Organize, train and supervise in the installation, utilization and operation of communications equipment.
  • Manage, maintain, and organized millions of dollars worth of communications equipment.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment such as radios and hand microphones.
  • Radio Equipment Repairer: Responsible for maintaining and repairing various sensitive communications equipment.
  • Operated and maintained information sensitive communications equipment worth $10,000.
  • Operate secured communications equipment to communicate with higher headquarters.
  • Operated and maintained communications equipment.
  • Plan and coordinate all communications for the detachment; maintain the status of the communications equipment and personnel in the detachment.
  • Assisted team members in the performance of unit level maintenance on assigned communications equipment.
  • responded to written and telephone requests for any problems with the communications equipment.

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Organized regular staff meetings to promote high standards of security awareness and performance as well as achieving customer service expectations.
  • Leveraged solid problem-solving skills to deliver a courteous, positive customer service experience.
  • Performed customer service for Afghanistan Host Nationals and civilian contractors.
  • Performed customer service techniques such as distribution of medical records.
  • Utilized communication skills to provide quality customer service.
  • Provided impeccable public relations and customer service.
  • Provided high quality customer service.
  • Provide excellent customer service daily to AFSA members; has special focus on s survivors of deceased members.
  • Developed a help desk and trouble ticket system to deal with customer service issues and outages.
  • Trained to handle clerical procedures, database programs, customer service issues, and computer operations.
  • Provided customer service to visitors and referred them to the appropriate staff.
  • Developed and implemented customer service strategies in the 311 call service Section.
  • Addressed customer service inquires in a timely and accurate fashion.
  • Establish standards for personnel performance and customer service.
  • Provided customer service to guest.
  • Managed customer service program through correspondence, reports or telephonically of potential delays or problems with requested stock items.
  • Contributed information and recommendations to strategic plans, implemented production, quality and customer service standards.
  • Processed incoming/outgoing U.S. and intra-campus mail providing customer service during scheduled hours of operation.
  • Oversee hotel's full operation to include maintenance, housekeeping, sales/marketing, customer service and front desk.
  • Hand Wanding *Checking Worker I'DS *Running E-Scans *Handling Phone Calls *Securing Retail Stores *Customer Service

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  • Conducted monthly staff assessments to identify development and training objectives to effectively deliver professional development and training.
  • Provided counseling and assistance to soldiers for personal and professional development.
  • Directed training programs to ensure professional development of flight personnel.
  • Attended monthly safety meetings and professional development courses.
  • Recommended professional development activities for subordinates.
  • Ensured that 5 supply room personnel were fully trained in supply operations, and directly responsible for their professional development.
  • Mentored three junior mechanics on a daily basis and conducted six monthly performance counseling sessions for their professional development.
  • Led, Counseled, Trained, and evaluated seventeen personal in all aspects of personal and professional development.
  • Selected by Commander for professional development course ahead of peers in recognition of potential for leading roles.
  • Participated in the supervision of soldiers, maintenance of vehicles, and professional development of subordinates.
  • Provided counsel, guidance, professional development, and leadership to the personnel in the battery.
  • Attended training for Administrative duties, Professional Development, Postal Service Training and Leadership and Training.
  • Supervised the health, welfare, training, professional development and combat readiness of soldiers.
  • Managed the personal issues, physical fitness, and the professional development of twenty soldiers.
  • Served as a team leader performing training and professional development for five Rangers.
  • Ensured the personal and professional development of 19 employees in Work Center 930.
  • Manage professional development, training, and welfare of employees.
  • Assist in personal and professional development of fellow Marines.
  • Supervised and mentors six maintenance supervisor and managed training, welfare and professional development of nine soldiers.
  • Provided mentorship to 80+ personnel on professional development, career paths, and personal matters.

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19. Army Achievement
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  • Received multiple Army Achievement medals for exercising Army standards during difficult missions.
  • Earned the Army Achievement Medal for work in public affairs (2008) and the Army Commendation Medal (2010).
  • Awarded the Army Achievement Medal for consistently receiving a 98% or higher on command inspections in several administrative areas.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal and Army Commendation during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2004 for leadership and dedication to duties.
  • Received two Army commendation medals from deployments in Iraq, and received an Army Achievement medal for performance.
  • Earned an Army Certificate of Achievement, two Army Achievement Medals, and an Army Commendation Medal
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal and Army Achievement Medal for outstanding performance and leadership in 1993.
  • Received many Army achievement awards and medals for meritorious service completed while on active reserve duty.
  • Received multiple awards and commendations including two Army Achievement Medals and a Good Conduct Medal.
  • Received two Good Conduct Medals, Expert Infantryman's Badge and several Army Achievement Medals.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal, Physical Fitness Badge, and Expert Marksman.
  • Received two Army achievement medals as well as many other service awards.
  • Received awards for Army Service, Overseas Service and Army Achievement.
  • Earned Kuwait Expeditionary Medal and 2 Army Achievement Medals.
  • Recognized with Army Commendation and Army Achievement Medals.
  • Achieved multiple Army Achievement Medals.
  • March 2008 Awarded Army Achievement Medal December 2007 received a commendable rating during Division Inspection
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal for winning the Arcom level competition.
  • Awarded Purple Heart, Army Achievement Medal, Army Accommodation Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon, and Good Conduct Award.
  • Awarded Army Achievement medal for maintainig a high level of moral and committment to my unit-Aug. 20 1994.

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20. Performance Reviews
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  • Provided career counseling and conducted formal and informal performance reviews on subordinates.
  • Monitor and conduct performance reviews, handle disciplinary matters discreetly and efficiently.
  • Reviewed investigations, approved reports and completed monthly & annual performance reviews.
  • Conducted performance reviews and provided superiors with information for employee advancement.
  • Reviewed investigations, approved reports and completed Officer Performance Reviews.
  • Conducted team performance reviews, implementing disciplinary action if necessary.
  • Evaluated and completed performance reviews on all assigned personnel.
  • Conducted staff performance reviews and implemented development plans.
  • Conduct performance reviews on assigned officers.
  • Conducted annual performance reviews of officers.
  • Performed quarterly performance reviews of officers.
  • Conducted employee performance reviews semiannually.
  • Earned excellent marks on performance reviews, with citations for excellence in areas including work volume, accuracy and quality.
  • Interviewed, hired and performed annual performance reviews to subordinates, and assisted them in developing and meeting career goals.
  • Update and maintain employee personnel records including earnings, absences, performance reviews and dates of and reasons for terminations.
  • Managed a night staff of approximately 9-12 personnel, to include scheduling, training, and performance reviews.
  • Assumed full responsibility in providing monthly group as well as individual and performance reviews.
  • Provided subordinates monthly, quarterly, and annual performance reviews.
  • Maintain Quarterly Performance Reviews and Annual Performance Reports.
  • Conducted annual employee performance reviews.

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21. Security Procedures
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Here's how Security Procedures is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Supported existing security policies and procedures, as well as created and implemented new security procedures.
  • Developed and Implemented new security procedures, conducted security training seminars for campus management and professors.
  • Assisted in providing a safe environment through utilization of modern safety practices and security procedures.
  • Developed, Annotated, Documented, and Followed Security procedures and policy.
  • Trained new security personnel, submitted recommendations for enhancements of security procedures.
  • Developed and updated security procedures, security systems and related documentation.
  • Coordinated resources and implemented security procedures as required by each shift.
  • Developed and implemented security procedures with Government agencies and management personnel.
  • Establish Security procedures for a company engaged in shipping airfreight products.
  • Conducted inspections to review security procedures; conducted security education training.
  • Enforced security procedures, operation of two way communication equipment.
  • Provided training on safe computer usage and network security procedures.
  • Train personnel in security procedures or use of security equipment.
  • Patrol outside areas in accordance with security procedures.
  • Develop work or security procedures.
  • Develop work and security procedures.
  • Served honorably as a leader of Marines and supervised, managed and trained in all armory and security procedures.
  • Informed inmates and visitors of rules, safety and security procedures and responsibilities.
  • Trained Marines on using firearms, security procedures, and unit directives.
  • Trained and managed 18 officers in security procedures.

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22. SGT
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  • Filled the billet of Platoon Sgt and Career Planner for the Battalion while completing my daily billet as Radio Sergeant.
  • Support IEP goals, Social Skills, sensory needs, verbal de escalation, Assist with daily tasks Sgt.
  • Served in the TN United States Army National Guard, attached to the 194th Engineering Brigade, E-5 SGT.
  • Worked with the Army for Triple Canopy in Kuwait as a Supervisor (Sgt).
  • Patrol, Training Sgt., Street Narcotics Enforcement Unit, Community Policing Officer Program
  • Master Fitness Trainer, Sharpshooter, PLDC SGT with exemplary honors.
  • Gang Investigator, Lt. Training Officer Patrol Sgt.
  • Transferred to South Korea as a SGT.
  • Served as a dental lab Sgt.
  • Rank: SGT (Team Leader): In charge of 2 or more soldiers at all times.
  • Reached rank of SGT was in charge of the comm.
  • Received the rank of SGT in less than four years.
  • Re-hired as COI 09/19/05 promoted to Sgt 10/09/05.
  • Promoted to the rank of Sgt.
  • Assisted the XO and SgtMaj with professional counseling of the squadrons miscreants.
  • Charleston County Sheriff Office Detention Center 3841 Leeds Avenue, Charleston, South Carolina 29405 Sgt.
  • Company Police SGT Battalion Police SGT Logged detailed and thorough records of maintenance performed.
  • Still part-time) I am currently a Motor Sgt.
  • Attended a flight school on KC-130 type aircraft Veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom Sgt E-5 Honorable discharge
  • Hood, TX M1A1 & M1A2 Tank Gunner Soldier combat readiness training Unit publications officer Leaving rank SGT E-5 NCO

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23. Physical Fitness
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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Instituted a voluntary physical fitness program for Officers to improve their physical conditioning.
  • Initiated and conducted annual physical fitness test for certified officers.
  • Maintain individual physical fitness standards and readiness.
  • Maintained physical fitness and weapons qualification.
  • Tracked soldier s physical readiness through physical fitness testing to ensure their physical readiness to stay 100% mission ready.
  • Counseled, inspected, and trained marines in telecommunication repair and support, physical fitness and appearance, and professionalism.
  • Be a constant example of physical fitness, integrity, and military bearing to my squad.
  • Maintained a high level of physical fitness scoring a perfect 300 on several fitness tests.
  • Plan and direct military operations to ensure combat readiness through field training and physical fitness.
  • Maintain proper weight and physical fitness 365 days per year according to governmental standards.
  • Ensured physical fitness of soldiers, by developing and leading physical fitness programs.
  • Established and maintained daily safety and physical fitness standards for Six Soldiers.
  • Assist in conducting and evaluating physical fitness test for all recruits.
  • Ensured troops maintained high level of appearance and physical fitness.
  • Formulated and lead a squad level remedial physical fitness program.
  • Master Physical Fitness instructor, and Equal Opportunity Liaison.
  • Awarded two foreign awards for individual soldier physical fitness.
  • Conduct and instruct physical fitness is small groups.
  • Oversee physical fitness testing for Air Force members.
  • Provide guidance and training for junior Marines, physical fitness training, rifle training, implimentation of the 81mm mortar.

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24. E-5
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  • United States Army: July 31, 2003-July 17, 2008: Rank E-5 Sergeant, Combat Veteran / Honorably Discharged
  • Nominated above peers to attend the E-5 promotion board, and was successfully recommended for promotion to Sergeant.
  • Obtained a Secret Level Security Clearance and was promoted to an E-5/Sergeant in only two years.
  • Achieved the rank of E-5 (Army Sergeant) before honorably retiring in 2010.
  • Performed Platoon Sergeant Duties while leadership was not available as an E-5.
  • Gained Supervisor status, while in the role of E-5.
  • Promoted to E-5 Sergeant in 2006 while stationed in Iraq.
  • Promoted from Private E-1 to Sergeant E-5 in 3 years.
  • United States Army, Business Administration (E-5)
  • Awarded E-5/Sergeant 09/2010 before Deployment to Afghanistan 10/2010-10/2011.
  • Retired E-5 in charge of the section.
  • Last Rank- E-5- Sargent - Honorable Discharge
  • Promoted to Sergeant E-5 meritoriously.
  • Last held rank of Sergeant (E-5).
  • Obtained the rank of Sergeant (E-5).
  • Promoted to E-5 (Sergeant) in 2005.
  • Assumed the role, and responsibilities of a Senior Non-Commissioned Officer as an E-5, becoming Charlie Teams Platoon Sergeant.
  • Key achievements: Promoted to the rank of Sergeant, E-5, within 37 months of entering service.
  • Grade E-5(p) 11B20B4 Company and rear detachment weapons armor for over 1.5 mil.
  • Achieved rank of E-5 Sergeant Served in Operation Desert Storm Received numerous merit and service awards

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25. Army Commendation
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Here's how Army Commendation is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for professional achievement and outstanding leadership during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service, additional commendations listed below.
  • Provided assistance in setting up and organizing medical vehicles Accomplishments Army Commendation Medal
  • Earned Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service in Afghanistan.
  • Awarded 2 consecutive Army Commendation Medals for bravery and actions that kept fellow Soldiers from harm during Operation Enduring Freedom 2010.
  • Received Honorable Discharge, Army Commendation Medal, 2 Army Achievement Medals, numerous Certificates of Achievement and Letters of Commendations.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal Maintained Satellite and Line of Site Radio links between Baghdad and U.S. Military Central Command.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal at HHC, 3rd Brigade and 1st Cavalry Division for outstanding performances during general inspection.
  • Received the army commendation medal, Army good conduct medal, military driver medal, and the Army fitness medal.
  • Earned Army Commendation and two Army Achievement Medals for his superior performance during tour in Germany.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal for exceptional service during the 2009-2010 year- long Iraq deployment.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Received two Army Achievement Medals for performance and one Army Commendation Medal for service.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal for support of annual training mission.
  • Earned Army Commendation Medal for actions during Operation Desert Storm.
  • Received an Army Commendation Award for achievements.
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal.
  • Awarded third Army Commendation Medal.
  • Team received the Army Commendation Medal for this performance Transmitted secured data and operated digital commercial office (DCO) trunks
  • Decorated with Good Conduct Medal and Army Commendation Medal amongst others.

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26. MOS
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  • Nurtured an atmosphere of trust to encourage improvement and innovation.
  • Served as Primary MOS (91E) Allied Trades Specialist and Secondary MOS (94H) Maintenance Support Specialist.
  • Train and lead each soldier to competency in their MOS as prescribed in the appropriate soldier's manual.
  • Trained members of my unit to competency in their MOS as prescribed in the appropriate soldiers' manual.
  • Use computer to prepare reports, memos, letters, financial statements and other documents using MS Office.
  • Awarded MOS 18B Special Forces Weapon Sergeant and at the culmination of the 16 month assessment and selection.
  • Performed most if my duties under stressful situations with limited supervision during garrison and time of war.
  • Worked mostly on diesel engines, everything from HMMWV and 5-tons to forklifts and wretches.
  • Crossed trained subordinates on wheel vehicles and power generator equipment beyond their MOS skill level.
  • Process and prepare memos, travel vouchers, awards, decorations and promotions.
  • Train subordinates in their MOS(job) and basic military skills.
  • Rated one of the military's foremost experts in protective services operations.
  • Perform duties effectively in a fast paced, high pressure atmosphere.
  • Enforced a weekly MOS cross-training plan for every Soldier.
  • Handled most forms of communications between the residents.
  • Attend schools to increase MOS proficiency.
  • Tracked vehicle repairman - 2145 MOS.
  • Participate in soldier development specific to supply MOS 92Y as well as basic soldier leadership counseling.
  • Qualified on 5 ton crane, 6000lb forklift, 10k generators and most pumps.
  • Trained subordinates in their MOS( Military Occupational Specialty) and basic military skills.

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27. US Army
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  • Facilitated supportive services/counseling for soldiers and their families to address concerns related to transitioning out of the US Army into civilian.
  • Assisted with planning, supervising, and execution of numerous training events, and military operations to US Army standards.
  • Awarded prestigious Army Commendation Medal for service in Iraq, Army Achievement Medal for service in Afghanistan.
  • Served as a Shift Supervisor, responsible for the integrity of the US Army - Japan LAN/WAN.
  • Supported the US Army medical team in providing classes on medical treatment to Iraqi Army training units.
  • Completed the US Army's leadership schools and many other schools pertaining to my job.
  • Graduate of the US Army's Airborne School and Reconnaissance and Surveillance Leaders Course.
  • Enforced military standards IAW: US Army Rules and Regulations and the UCMJ.
  • Served in the US Army Reserves and fulfilled an eight year service commitment.
  • Awarded the US Army Commendation Medal three times for exemplary performance.
  • Awarded US Army Commendation Medal in 2012 for leadership excellence.
  • Served as soldier in US Army with exemplar service record.
  • Served 7 years of active duty in the US Army.
  • Served in the US Army as a 96B.
  • Recognized consistently throughout US Army career for outstanding leadership and management skills.
  • Translated English to Korean, vice versa, between US Army and Korean Companies (HP)
  • Developed the leadership skills of a non-commissioned officer in the US Army Special Forces.
  • Awarded the letter of recommendation from Brigadier General Farmen of the US Army.
  • Switched mos to 88Mic Transportation of soldiers and various army equipment.
  • Organized and conducted over 10 US Army Reenlistments quarters

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28. Daily Operations
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  • Monitored daily operations, inventory logs, approved access lists and incoming visitor reports.
  • Ensured accountability of all supplies and equipment necessary to perform continual daily operations.
  • Supervised 20 officers in daily operations ensuring correct running of the compound
  • Served as Shift Sergeant, supervised first line Detention Staff and oversaw general daily operations at the Department of the Jail.
  • Subordinate unit S1 personnel on all strength management issues and actively involved in the daily operations of the Brigade S1.
  • Led the daily operations of the In/Out processing section, Strength Management section, and the Soldier Readiness Program.
  • Assisted the Senior Personnel Sergeant in maintaining the daily operations of all areas of responsibility in the battalion S1.
  • Enforced strict procedures for daily operations; ensured all subordinates understood and applied the risk management process.
  • Manage a team of deputies to work together to complete the daily operations of the jail.
  • Served as Platoon Sergeant supervising and managing the daily operations of a platoon of 25 men.
  • Oversee daily operations, manage staff personnel, plan events, and conduct risk assessments.
  • Coordinated squad-size teams for daily operations, training, and combat convoys in Iraq.
  • Executed daily operations to maintain the status of a combat multiplying force.
  • Supervised the daily operations of the facility and its staff.
  • Manage daily operations of the security staff.
  • Ensured daily operations of motor pool.
  • Supervised daily operations, and training of subordinate soldiers within a within a military environment.
  • Facilitated daily operations from numerous local agencies cultivating a multi-agency task force.
  • Advised and supervised daily operations of newly opened juvenile facility Assigned to Corrections Emergency Response Team (CERT).
  • Implemented shop procedures and daily operations Knowledge in small engine and diesel engine repairs and operation.

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29. Terrorism
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Here's how Terrorism is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Developed operation strategies for counter-terrorism and security related tasks in Chemical and Biological attack situation.
  • Received disorder control training, terrorism awareness training and chemical/biological attack response training (COBRA)
  • Conduct departmental training in areas such as criminal investigations and terrorism/intelligence awareness.
  • Attended specialized training for anti-terrorism at the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in Louisiana.
  • Coordinated and supervised development of Terrorism Liaison Officer Program for Harbor Police.
  • Secured priceless and irreplaceable documents against threats of terrorism and sabotage.
  • Facilitated and conducted extensive market and critical counter terrorism-related research.
  • Directed air base defense during contingencies and counter-terrorism activities.
  • Participated in regularly scheduled training in the techniques of first aid, sabotage, disorder, riot disaster, and counter-terrorism.
  • Received the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal for voluntarily enlisting to serve the country during a time of war.
  • Directed all Anti-Terrorism measures, patrols, flight-line security operations and access control for sensitive SCIF s and buildings.
  • Served as the units Anti Terrorism and Force Protection officer for over 700 personal.
  • Supervised the creation and validation of anti-terrorism plans on all ships.
  • Appointed as Federal Marshall to assist FBI with domestic terrorism case
  • Awarded Global War on Terrorism Medal for service in Colombia
  • Conducted annual Anti-terrorism classes while in service.
  • Conducted direct action, unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense and counterterrorism missions.
  • Participate in Anti-terrorism and Force Protection training and exercise programs.
  • Deployed for Iraq war on terrorism( operation Iraqi freedom).
  • Top Secret Clearance Awards Combat Ribbons - Korean Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal

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30. Incident Reports
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Here's how Incident Reports is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Prepared shift reports, incident reports and other documents detailing unusual activity occurring during my shift.
  • Generated activity logs daily, including all incident reports and citations to report to management.
  • Prepared daily personnel/duty rosters, incident reports, activity logs.
  • Reviewed all incident reports and conducted incident investigations.
  • Processed and logged accurate and detailed incident reports.
  • Drafted incident reports for studio management.
  • Patrolled clients' property for suspicious activity; investigated and reported crime to police; transmitted incident reports to home office.
  • Process incident reports for injured and fallen soldiers by way of Defense Casualty Information Processing System (DCIPS) Forward programs.
  • Review all daily reports, incident reports, grievance responses, and/or other applicable documentation and overall activities of unit/shift.
  • Completed administrative tasks (incident reports, investigation reports, city and department injury reports, etc.)
  • Required to write incident reports, investigation reports, witness reports and disciplinary reports.
  • Issued internal parking citations to employees and completed incident reports.
  • Review and prepare daily, weekly and monthly activity/incident reports.
  • Maintained daily shift logs and prepared incident reports as required.
  • Prepare daily reports, weekly reports and incident reports.
  • Organized and recorded facts to prepare incident reports.
  • Handled Red Cross messages and serious incident reports.
  • Respond to emergencies and prepare incident reports.
  • Review police documentation including accident and incident reports, letters, and memoranda.
  • Conducted incident reports and inmate investigations.

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31. Technical Guidance
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Here's how Technical Guidance is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Provided technical guidance to junior grade personnel in accomplishments of those duties and supervised financial management operations.
  • Prepared forms and records related to aircraft maintenance and provided technical guidance to subordinate personnel.
  • Provided technical guidance and after job completion review to ensure training comprehension.
  • Provided technical guidance and assistance to subordinates and junior personnel.
  • Provided tactical and technical guidance and professional support to subordinates.
  • Provided technical guidance to lower graded personnel.
  • Provide technical guidance and supervision to subordinates.
  • Provided technical guidance and knowledge in HR operations at the battalion level during staff assistance visits increasing their performance level.
  • Provide supervision of technical guidance to lower grade personnel, Inspect completed work for accuracy and compliance with established procedures.
  • Established a triage protocol, and provided technical guidance for the transports of routine and urgent patients.
  • Supervised lower grade marines and provided technical guidance to the marines in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Performed duties shown at preceding level of skills and provided technical guidance to lower graded personnel.
  • Provided technical guidance on public health and food hygiene matters to national and foreign representatives.
  • Provided technical guidance to lower grade personnel in garrison and field kitchen operations.
  • Provided technical guidance to other personnel in the accomplishment of their duties.
  • Provided technical guidance and supervision to staff of three clerks.
  • Provided technical guidance and supervision to five direct reports.
  • Provided technical guidance and support to 10 junior personnel.
  • Provide technical guidance to its ordinance Inspect operational condition of equipment and systems
  • Fort Hood, TX//Afghanistan Provided technical guidance to lower graded personnel.

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32. Heavy Equipment
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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Light Wheeled Mechanic/Power Generation Supervisor * Supervised maintenance and up keep of heavy equipment.
  • Operated and conducted maintenance on military heavy equipment.
  • Supervised maintenance on all Heavy Equipment Operations.
  • Conducted regular maintenance on heavy equipment.
  • Dismantled and reassembled heavy equipment.
  • Served 4 year in the United States Marine Crops, serving as a heavy equipment operator with 2 deployments to Afghanistan.
  • Provide support services in the refueling of all aircraft, land vehicles and heavy equipment in forward areas.
  • Maintained thorough and accurate records of all heavy equipment maintenance and personnel operating hours under my command.
  • Transported heavy equipment such as tanks, Bradly fighting vehicles, trucks, trailers, and containers.
  • Operated heavy equipment to construct variety of structures (bridges, roads, etc.).
  • Operated Heavy equipment for loading and transporting ammunition as well as other classes of supply.
  • Updated and maintained training, travel, and deployment records for heavy equipment.
  • Managed and maintained heavy equipment while fixing deficiencies and faults.
  • Operated heavy equipment over 5,000 miles with no accidents.
  • Deployed to Tirana IAP, Albania for 30 days to close down base, as heavy equipment operator during civil unrest.
  • Pull top secret missions as requested by the United States General Operation of heavy equipment which included bulldozers & skid loaders
  • Operated heavy machinery & managed more than 50 Marines on safety issues Maintained various types of heavy equipment (i.e.
  • Served as a Petroleum Heavy Equipment Operator in a Palletized Load System (PLS) and 5k Fuel Tanker.
  • Operate Dozers and TRAMs with heavy equipment for Base Development and Security.
  • Operate heavy equipment Transport driver Ensure safety Counseling Train incoming soldiers Team leader/Squad Leader

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33. Clearance
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Here's how Clearance is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Earned a Top Secret clearance for exceptional performance in volatile and challenging environments.
  • Handled and distributed classified material to individuals with appropriate security clearance.
  • Maintained secret clearance and received numerous commendations for exceptional performance.
  • Obtained and maintained a Secret Security Clearance
  • Maintained Top Secret Security Clearance.
  • Write quarterly reviews on team members * Uphold and enforce Army standards and policies * Hold a current Secret Clearance
  • Performed clearance-level security of US special interests for one year in Athens, Greece.
  • Maintained security of the local areas and performed route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Stored materials per weight, cube, and clearance factors.
  • Performed as a Marine Security Guard and obtained Top Secret Clearance
  • Verified status of security clearances and screened for illegal substances.
  • Top Secret Clearance Other Pertinent Experience:
  • Maintained SECRET level security clearance.
  • Initiated Soldiers' security clearances.
  • Top Secret Clearance (TS SCI w/ Yankee White)
  • level security clearance, providing security for U.S. Mission to United Nations and all employees to include Ambassador to U.N.
  • Certified as world-wide capable with a Top Secret SBI/SCI clearance and assigned to the Tonopah Test Range, Nevada.
  • Earned Top Secret clearance in 2013, upon graduation from The Marine Security Guard School.
  • Commanded 20 soldiers with Top Secret Umbra Clearance Early Warning systems 98j MOS Military
  • Top Secret clearance with Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access.

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34. Training Programs
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Here's how Training Programs is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Planned organized and supervised daily operations, Planned and executed subordinate training programs.
  • Coordinated implementation of operations, training programs and communications activities.
  • Assisted in preparing and conducting command intelligence training programs.
  • Developed training programs for police officers.
  • Designed and implemented training programs.
  • Received training in development, implementation, and evaluation of training programs to meet U.S. Army standards.
  • Developed lessons plans and training aids for formal presentations and conducted on the job training programs.
  • Design, plan, organize, or direct orientation and training programs for employees or customers.
  • Updated the Field and In-Service Training Programs improving employees confidence, competence, and morale.
  • Designed, implemented, and managed numerous training programs; conducted seminars and briefing sessions.
  • Organized required training programs that were need for the Marines aboard The U.S.S.
  • Offer specific training programs to help workers maintain or improve job skills.
  • Conducted training programs in advanced first aid for unit readiness.
  • Designed and conducted training programs for over 30 personnel.
  • Managed staff development and training programs for new employees.
  • Coordinated daily work schedules and training programs.
  • Develop and administer onsite training programs.
  • Worked directly with foreign Air Forces to develop training programs and procedures to increase aircraft maintenance proficiency.
  • Benchmarked by squadron training manager as one of the best in-house Formal and On-The-Job training programs.
  • Supervised and trained 9 to 11 soldiers Responsible for counseling soldiers on a monthly basis Conducted risk assessments for training programs

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35. Ribbon
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Here's how Ribbon is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, combat action badge, and overseas service ribbon.
  • Awarded: Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal, National Defense, and Embassy Guard Ribbon.
  • Received the Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, and the Army Service Ribbon.
  • Awarded over ten military awards and ribbons including Army Commendation Medal and two Army Achievement Medals.
  • Received Army Service Ribbon for completing SGT Leader Course top 5 % of the class.
  • Issued Good Conduct medal and ribbons for 3 years of faithful and honorable service.
  • Awarded multiple medals and ribbons including Combat Action Ribbon, and Southwest Asia Medal.
  • Awarded Ribbon for Bravery in 2014 for pulling a woman from a burning car.
  • Earned rapid promotions, Good Conduct Medal, Overseas Deployment Ribbon.
  • Replenish paper, forms, ribbons, and chemical supplies.
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal and an Afghan Campaign Ribbon.
  • Received 5 medals and ribbons for military service.
  • Red Ribbon week and career day presentations.
  • Awarded collar bars, and ribbons.
  • Launched and retrieved ribbon bridge bays.
  • certificate and ribbon for performance during the heightened national terrorist alert period of March 19, 2003-April 15, 2003.
  • Supervised and led lower ranked soldiers Assistant Co-coordinator for the Yellow Ribbon Program-Youth.
  • Received Army Commendation Medal and Army Achievement ribbon for overseas performance Kommandant's List graduate of the Warrior Leader Course
  • Earned various medals and ribbons, Worked on demolitions and the undo of popes traps and land mines Light wheel mechanic.
  • Received a Army Good Conduct Medal, Army Accommodation Medal, and a Over Seas Ribbon.

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36. Noncommissioned Officer
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Here's how Noncommissioned Officer is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintained confidentiality with soldiers and their families and briefed commanding officers/Noncommissioned Officers on soldier's status and well-being.
  • Counseled subordinate unit noncommissioned officers as required to improve the general effectiveness of the command.
  • Prepared, controlled and tracked all battalion officer evaluation reports and noncommissioned officer evaluation reports.
  • Provided essential personnel services such as awards, Noncommissioned Officer and Officer evaluations.
  • Conducted policy and procedure training sessions for officers and senior noncommissioned officers.
  • Served as noncommissioned officer in charge of Armory Unit including five junior ranking marines and 28 million dollars of government equipment.
  • Noncommissioned officers are assigned as fire team leaders, scout team leaders, rifle squad leaders, or rifle platoon guides.
  • Selected as Honor Graduate of Nuclear, Biological & Chemical course in class of 27 other senior commissioned and noncommissioned officers.
  • Trained 5 Noncommissioned Officers and 5 Civilians on the standard operating procedures for the Army's new promotion system.
  • Hand selected over six senior Human Resource Noncommissioned Officers to serve as the Brigade Senior Human Resources Sergeant.
  • Noncommissioned officers are responsible for maintaining physical fitness and knowledge of MOS for self and other soldiers.
  • Assisted two soldiers in achieving promotions to noncommissioned officer rank (sergeant).
  • Served as a Force Protection NCO (Noncommissioned Officer) during this period.
  • Supervised and managed two Noncommissioned Officers, two contractors and two GS Employees.
  • Achieved the highest academic average during the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course.
  • Honor Graduate for the JRTC and Ft Polk Noncommissioned Officer Academy.
  • Served as a human resources noncommissioned officer providing administrative support at various units in the Arizona Army National Guard.
  • Served as Instructor, Course Manager and Detachment Noncommissioned Officer in Charge.
  • Carried out duties as a Noncommissioned Officer, training junior marines.
  • Graduate of the Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course, Ft. Bliss Tx.

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37. Security Officers
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Here's how Security Officers is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Supervised security officers on their assigned shifts and ensured that they fulfilled responsibilities and work safely.
  • Supervised and evaluated twenty five security officers' at ten disparate locations in Kansas.
  • Supervised security officers and trained officers on patrols and policies.
  • Train unit information system security officers.
  • Supervised and trained 15 security officers.
  • Supervised a crew of approximately 15 - 20 security officers (mostly on the graveyard shift).
  • Involved in the hiring/firing process, maintained work schedule, and supervised security officers at Albuquerque Studios.
  • Assist Security Officers with complete searches of vehicles entering power plant complex at assigned fixed post.
  • Train new Security Officers and reviewing Security Officer s reports and working on the schedule.
  • Range Master, I helped security officers be proficient through regular target practice.
  • Supervised four to thirteen Security Officers on any given shift.
  • Enforce all lawful orders issued by the Regional Security Officers.
  • Conduct guard mounts and gear downs of the Security Officers.
  • Conduct training classes for incoming Security Officers.
  • Supervised the activities of the security officers.
  • Supervised a staff of 12 security officers.
  • Shift manager of 5-6 security officers.
  • Manage 3rd shift security officers.
  • Supervised 12 security officers -Ensured the security of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital
  • Supervised security officers at the Los Angeles Times facilities, including Times Mirror Square.

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38. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Managed activities of 7 power generation mechanics conducting preventative maintenance repair, servicing, and, overhauling power generating equipment.
  • Documented equipment service/repair history and comply with modification instructions along with Performing preventative maintenance checks and services.
  • Conduct preventative maintenance of assigned area network equipment and circuit connectivity, and troubleshoot equipment when needed.
  • Supervised and ensured the performance of preventative maintenance on equipment in accordance with proper procedures.
  • Maintained accurate records of vehicles that included preventative maintenance/corrective repairs.
  • Reduced equipment down-time by implementing preventative maintenance system.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on vehicles and power generator.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on large military vehicles.
  • Followed routine and preventative maintenance checklists.
  • Inspected and performed preventative maintenance for proper operation, and diagnose and repair faults down to the component level.
  • Preform administrative duties; Keep daily log of task, Prepare preventative maintenance schedule, and Supervise staff.
  • Directed proper preventative maintenance checks and services (PMCS) procedures of all radio and communication equipment.
  • Performed Preventative Maintenance on $35M Aircraft, on 2 different overseas tours, on 20+ Aircraft.
  • Perform preventative maintenance checks and services on vehicles and FM radio equipment.
  • Perform monthly and annual preventative maintenance of vehicles & generators.
  • Performed and supervised preventative maintenance services on tank chassis and automotive components before, during, and after use.
  • Train employees how to properly conduct preventative maintenance, checks, and services on the M1A2 Abrams Tank.
  • Create and implement a preventative maintenance program to insure highest level of equipment readiness.
  • Oversee all preventative maintenance for over 30 vehicles in several different classes.
  • Maintained 90% uptime on company networks through careful and preventative maintenance.

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39. Vehicle Patrols
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Here's how Vehicle Patrols is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Conducted vehicle patrols, investigated complaints, and routinely worked with various agencies to provide surveillance and security operations.
  • Job duties included: monitoring of property via foot patrols, vehicle patrols, and closed circuit television (CCTV).
  • Performed vehicle patrols around the perimeter of the camp.
  • Performed regular foot and vehicle patrols.

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40. Criminal Investigations
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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Direct and maintain supervisory oversight of all cases assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division and delegate investigative responsibilities to subordinate detectives.
  • Supervised and conducted special operations to include, disorderly control, anti-crime, narcotics, criminal investigations, and intelligence analysis.
  • Conduct criminal investigations and prepared documentation to assist the District Attorney's Office with trial preparation and evidence and testimony.
  • Conducted and supervised numerous high-profile criminal investigations, ensuring thorough handling, and provided media releases.
  • Worked independently on routine criminal investigations, performing a full range of criminal investigative functions.
  • Conducted supervision for complex homicide investigations, as well as all other Criminal investigations.
  • Evaluated investigative units, made recommendations for improvement, and supervised major criminal investigations.
  • Conducted numerous criminal investigations involving military members and coordinated with civilian authorities.
  • Supervised criminal investigations and used state and local agencies for seizures.
  • Led and managed investigations of criminal investigations involving identity theft, embezzlement, credit card fraud and check fraud.
  • Continued in that capacity until September 2103 when I transferred into Criminal Investigations Division where I am currently assigned.
  • Allocate the Criminal Investigations Division's resources in a manner which are consistent with departmental goals and budgetary constraints.
  • Conduct administrative and criminal investigations; make arrests, testify in court, enforce traffic and parking regulations.
  • Conducted criminal investigations, interview witnesses, interview suspects, gather evidence, make arrests and complete reports.
  • Conducted traces on firearms and pistol permit holders in support of criminal and non-criminal investigations.
  • Conducted and assisted in the process of criminal investigations.
  • Assist in criminal investigations with Federal Agencies.
  • Performed criminal investigations and submitted detailed written reports to document activity.
  • Gather information for law enforcement for pursuit of criminal investigations .
  • Planned, conducted, and led complex/sensitive criminal investigations of suspected violations of state criminal laws, and complaints against staff.

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41. Ensure Compliance
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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Inspected facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to identify and correct potential hazards and ensure compliance with safety regulations.
  • Served as Assistant Unit Commander which required effectively monitoring and evaluating work activities to ensure compliance with departmental policies.
  • Minimized security threats by effectively monitoring and supervising staff to ensure compliance with regulations.
  • Perform monthly audits on facility to ensure compliance with policy and procedure
  • Test repaired system to ensure compliance with technical specifications.
  • Prevent crime and acts of terrorism, protect life and property and ensure compliance with local regulations Federal and State laws.
  • Assisted in review of staff effectiveness by conducting frequent physical inspections of the facility to ensure compliance with policies and procedures.
  • Coordinated and managed facility maintenance to ensure compliance with all HazMat and OSHA safety standards, company policies, and procedures.
  • Developed Explosive Safety handbook to ensure compliance with explosive safety standards as directed by the United States Air Force.
  • Provide supervision and training to other detectives to ensure compliance to Federal, State and local regulations for investigations.
  • Maintain supplies, tools, equipment, and storage areas in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations.
  • Review requests for action to ensure compliance with policies and regulations and assist units in preparing proper documentation.
  • Created and maintained a safe working environment resulting in 0 injuries and held supervisor meetings to ensure compliance.
  • Inspect vehicles or equipment to ensure compliance with rules, standards, or regulations.
  • Enforce work standards, and ensure compliance with all safety and environmental regulations.
  • Performed site visits to ensure compliance, interviews, and made disciplinary recommendations.
  • Performed vehicle inspections to ensure compliance with Sheriff's Office Regulations and Procedures.
  • Inspected public establishments requiring licenses to ensure compliance with rules and regulations.
  • Analyzed and modified compensation and benefits policies to establish competitive programs and ensure compliance with legal requirements.
  • Process orders for soldiers and update database with location, pay, job Ensure compliance with Army policy.

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42. Leadership
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Here's how Leadership is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Completed non-commissioned officers leadership course in 1986.
  • Graduated Primary Leadership Development Course.
  • Provided leadership, training, and planning for a patrol force charged with ensuring public safety and enforcing laws.
  • Graduated from FBCB 2 Course, Combat Lifesaver Course and as Honor Graduate from Warrior Leadership Course.
  • Second leadership position due to the demonstration of leadership and steadfast discipline was assigned as Section Guide.
  • Supervised subordinate soldiers and conducted training in a large variety of group sizes and leadership settings.
  • Graduated from Primary Leadership and Development Course in the top 5% of the class.
  • Commended by the Battalion Executive Officer for leadership and operational running of this assignment.
  • Maintained a 16% promotion rate among subordinate Soldiers transitioning to leadership.
  • Attended Airman Leadership School, NCO Prep Class and NCO Academy.
  • Received several awards for performance and leadership while in.
  • Assumed key leadership roles when called upon.
  • Attended Army Primary and Basic leadership schools.
  • Fulfilled Military service Earned leadership and service recognition
  • Provide subordinates with the leadership and guidance to accomplish all tasks in a timely manner.
  • State:Hawaii Implemented policies and procedures set forth by leadership to insure mission accomplishment.
  • Enhanced abilities in leadership, cooperation and boosting morale for effective team work.
  • Deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom Attended two Advanced Leadership Courses
  • Served as senior logistical liaison for my chain of command LEADERSHIP.
  • Attended combat lifesaver course, basic airborne course, multi-channel transmittion systems operator course, and primary leadership development course.

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43. Correctional Officers
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Here's how Correctional Officers is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Inspected and monitored daily security and receiving operations to ensure state/regulatory compliance and safety of both inmates and correctional officers.
  • Supervised other correctional officers and inmates while also investigated incident reports and any disturbances and executed disciplinary standards.
  • Supervised and trained fifty-four correctional officers on shift and investigate any alleged misconduct by staff and offenders.
  • Completed weekly schedules for Correctional officers and monitored staffing levels, filling overtime as needed.
  • Supervised 10 correctional officers, including counseling, written evaluations and managing work schedules.
  • Evaluated Correctional Officers and settled disputes involving staff and offenders.
  • Supervised correctional officers in completing their daily assignments.
  • Supervised and trained on-boarding correctional officers
  • Manage over 50 correctional officers and ensure the officers' activities are conducted in accordance with department rules and regulations.
  • Supervised 30-45 Correctional Officers and up to 1650 inmates on 12 hour shifts in a level five Institution.
  • Supervised correctional officers to ensure the safe custody, discipline, and welfare of inmates.
  • Develop, implement, and evaluate training programs for new and existing Correctional Officers.
  • Managed staff scheduling; conducted evaluations of staff; assigned post to correctional officers.
  • Supervised 8-14 correctional officers and 400-800 adult offenders on a daily basis.
  • Provided direction and guidance to 30+ correctional officers per shift.
  • Provided the supervision of eight to ten correctional officers.
  • Tell Correctional officers there assigned duties daily.
  • Mentor to new correctional officers In charge of STG (Security Threat Group) on my shift
  • supervised six Correctional Officers on a maximum security unit which housed 200+ inmates.
  • Presided over Correctional Officers at the Darrington Unit Supervised state offenders

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44. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maintained required NREMT and CPR certifications
  • Completed continuing education via forty (40) hours of in-house training annually to include CPR and self-defense.
  • Have participated in and passed the Basic Combat Life Savers course, which includes a section on CPR.
  • Coordinated and executed 6 medical courses with realistic training; resulting in 120 people earning their CPR certification.
  • Utilize CPR and First Aid as well as the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) if necessary.
  • Certified American Red Cross First Aid/CPR/AED instructor responsible for crisis contingency training throughout the Branch.
  • Trained over 150 Non-Medical personal in basic combat life saving skills, and CPR.
  • Trained and completed standard first aid, CPR, MEB certificate and P.O.S.T.
  • Summon medical attention for inmates and render emergency first aid and CPR.
  • Trained staff in firearms, chemical agents, restraints, first aid/CPR.
  • Trained in CPR and basic lifesaving skills.
  • Certified in CPR and first aid procedures.
  • Certified to perform CPR and First Aid
  • Certified Instructor for Self Aid and Buddy Care (SABC), Adult and Infant CPR.
  • Trained in CPR and First Aid.
  • Served as quad Commander on 15 simulated combat training exercises Received outstanding Assistant Instructor award for providing First Aid and CPR training
  • Served on the statewide Rapid Response Team, was CPR certified and conducted drug tests.
  • Trained over 15 employees -CPR instructor- instructed and evaluated students for CPR/AED on adult/child/infant
  • Up to date with CPR and Stericycle requirements.
  • Train in cpr, Aikido, qualify yearly with the handgun, shot gun and rifle, Supervisor leadership training yearly.

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45. Powerpoint
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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Designed & delivered PowerPoint presentations for training sessions in Rules of Engagement (military procedures)
  • Served as training officer in several disciplines, which included making PowerPoint presentations.
  • Populated Excel spreadsheets and PowerPoint slides with information received from subordinate units.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations used for training and staff development.
  • Prepared various PowerPoint presentations for training and development.
  • Reported on criminal activity for our district and presented proactive solutions at monthly command staff meetings via PowerPoint at police headquarters.
  • Use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook to maintain daily logs.
  • Collected, prepared, and distributed reports and presentations using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Track and prepare projects utilizing Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Compiled, analyzed, and presented weekly briefings with PowerPoint for senior staff.
  • Conducted weekly training classes and meetings using various applications such as MS PowerPoint.
  • Operate software of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Utilized PowerPoint and other visual aids to conduct courses.
  • Complete PowerPoint presentations for Comstat, supervisors meetings, special projects, institutional statistic, and critical incidents.
  • Received training in Risk management and Safety - Experienced in using Microsoft word, PowerPoint, and excel
  • Educated 17,400 personnel on Equal Opportunity policies, including PowerPoint presentations, trainings, and briefings.
  • Prepared and presented numerous powerpoint presentations for officers highlighting new medical products for the U.S. Army.
  • Specialized Training: Proficient in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook.
  • Conducted weekly training classes and meetings using various methods to include MS PowerPoint.
  • Led subordinates as squad commander Made construction repor ts in Word, Excel and PowerPoint

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46. Hazmat
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Here's how Hazmat is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Gained knowledge of radio communications procedures, HAZMAT situations and evacuation procedures while protecting secret classified information.
  • Monitored the AOAP Program, TMDE Program, HAZMAT Program, POL Products inventory, Safety Program, Building Fire Marshall.
  • Recognized as the definitive authority for HAZMAT, equipment maintenance, fuel and transportation planning issues in a very cold environment.
  • Familiarized with OSHA/EPA laws and regulations governing responsibilities for a safe workplace (HAZMAT, ESD, etc.).
  • Appointed Duties: HAZMAT NCOIC, Unit Prevention Leader, Squad Leader, Section Sergeant, Petroleum Vehicle Operator.
  • Passed monthly chemical equipment inventory inspections for chemical detection equipment, HAZMAT suits, and M-40 masks.
  • Managed the tool control, HAZMAT, emergency response team, and publications programs.
  • Serve as Safety NCO for security operations at the school house, including HAZMAT.
  • Issued, received and transported HAZMAT material to U.S. Army standards.
  • Learned and trained Marines on First Aid Kit and HAZMAT situations.
  • Complied with the highest HAZMAT and safety requirements.
  • Enforced environmental compliance with HAZMAT policies and procedures.
  • Controlled all hazmat for the 115th Signal BN to include, used oils, fuels, antifreeze and batteries.
  • Managed logistics (equipment allocation, routes, DOT requirements, HAZMAT, and Etc.).
  • Trained and certified as a Hazmat Technician to respond to medical emergencies and mass casualty incidents.
  • Served as the units Hazmat Non-Commisioned Officer for certifying containers prior to deployment.
  • Experience with vehicle maintenance, general mechanics, schematics, and hazmat.
  • Ensured quality, safety, and Hazmat regulations are up to standard.
  • Trained in Hazmat, managed soldiers in combat and non-combat operations.
  • Dispatched Fire Fighters and First Responders to all Fire, Hazmat, and Medical emergencies.

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47. Sergeants
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Here's how Sergeants is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Supervised and evaluated other sergeants and correctional officers, while overseeing two prison units.
  • Inspected Supply Sergeants completed work for accuracy and compliance with established procedures.
  • Assisted First Sergeant and Platoon Sergeants in conducting inquires in line of duties, adverse actions and Supervisor assistance.
  • Interacted with Sergeants, Captains and inmates in activities according to assigned schedules, OSHA and policy and procedures.
  • Assisted Platoon Sergeants in conducting inquiries on line of duty investigations, pay, assignments, and promotions.
  • Served as Field Training Supervisor responsible for the evaluation and remedial training of new Deputies and Sergeants.
  • Advised and assisted fire support sergeants of subordinate elements in fire planning and coordination techniques.
  • Run the Sergeants post, directly supervise 1-5 other guards for 2-5 days a week.
  • Managed database, (MRP) and monthly promotion reports for officers and sergeants.
  • Elected to North Miami Pension Board representing over 100 Sergeants and Police Officers.
  • Trained agency's sergeants in IA laws, procedures, and documentation.
  • Provided advice and assistance to all Platoon Sergeants to determine training needs.
  • Supervised 70 uniform troopers and 7 Sergeants in 5 separate installations.
  • Served as labor union representative for the sergeants bargaining unit.
  • Commanded a squad of 10 soldiers, including 2 sergeants.
  • Supervised 25-30 officers and Sergeants on a daily basis.
  • Helped turn enlisted soldiers into future sergeants and leaders.
  • Trained and mentored junior sergeants and field trainers.
  • Supervised Patrols; Sergeants and Officers.
  • Supervised lower ranking soldiers Team leader 1st squad Coordinated with other sergeants during missions In charge of transportation section

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48. Daily Activities
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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Supervised daily activities of an eight-officer police squad.
  • Supervised daily activities of subordinate officers.
  • Supervised daily activities of staff/officers.
  • Enter reports of daily activities into computer systems, fax, scan, copy and file any or all documentation.
  • Job duties include managing the daily activities of the security force, asset protection, investigations, and surveillance.
  • Managed daily activities of staff, consisting of Police Officers, Safety Agents, and Crossing Guards.
  • Addressed daily activities with delinquent adolescents pertaining to their school, recess and any other activities.
  • Monitored the daily activities of staff to ensure a professional work environment when responding to requests.
  • Monitor daily activities including intake, processing, prisoner transfers and releases, and staffing.
  • Record daily activities and submit logs and other related reports and paperwork to appropriate authorities.
  • Worked the solitary confinement unit keeping accurate files on all inmates and daily activities.
  • Managed and supported daily activities of 10 detectives and 3 civilian personnel.
  • Commanded 6 subordinates in daily activities, assignments and schedules.
  • Organized, directed, and supervised daily activities of prisoners.
  • Exercised supervision over the daily activities of multiple Soldiers.
  • Counseled and managed soldiers through training and daily activities.
  • Documented, and processed paperwork for daily activities.
  • Organize daily activities for detainees.
  • Supervised daily activities for 25-39 deputies Conducted regular training sessions on updated procedures and orders
  • Supervised youth in daily activities Performed random searches of living quarters of youth.

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49. Operational Readiness
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Here's how Operational Readiness is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Maximized operational readiness by carefully inspecting squad vehicle and weapons daily, arranging routine maintenance or repair follow up when necessary.
  • Utilized personal time to instruct other units in repair and maintenance operations resulting in an increase of operational readiness rate.
  • Result: Reduced unit downtime and increased operational readiness by accurately projecting material requirements needed for unit.
  • Managed maintenance teams of up to twenty personnel maintaining aircraft ensured assigned aviation equipment operational readiness.
  • Provided guidance on maintenance and repair parts management and enhanced operational readiness throughout the Regiment.
  • Managed maintenance program for a fleet of more than 22 heavy vehicles maintaining a 98% Operational Readiness Rate.
  • Managed a consolidated prevented maintenance scheduling of 168 pieces of equipment; consist operational readiness of 98%.
  • Increased the operational readiness of subordinate organizations by 60% during the first year on the job.
  • Managed and controlled reserve stocks and operational readiness floats for aircraft valued at $6.7 million dollars.
  • Ensured operational readiness of an ambulance and 2 medical equipment sets valued at $200,000.
  • Maintained 99% operational readiness for 266 lap top computers assigned throughout the battalion.
  • Exceeded a 93% operational readiness rate for the Battalion while deployed in Iraq.
  • Ensured tactical and operational readiness and fitness for duty for all shift personnel.
  • Performed daily vehicle, pump and piping inspections to ensure operational readiness.
  • Maintained an Operational Readiness rate of 96% for three consecutive years.
  • Improved the division rated operational readiness from 70% to 98%.
  • Maintain the operational readiness of 126 vehicles worth over $5,000,000.
  • Conducted reconnaissance operations in security for position preparation and maintained operational readiness of vehicles and equipment.
  • Increased operational readiness of the team by 15% through improved communication and maintenance of processes regarding health readiness.
  • Operate and maintain operational readiness of M1A2 Abrams tank - Supervise and lead soldiers in operational tactics while deployed over seas

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50. Physical Training
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Here's how Physical Training is used in Sergeant jobs:
  • Manage soldiers by providing daily physical training and technical training, monthly evaluations, continual leadership, and professional development.
  • Organized, managed, and supervised military, occupational and physical training.
  • Coordinated physical training exercises and obstacle courses.
  • Trained over 200 Sailors as the Physical training specialist, resulting in a 61% improvement in command physical fitness.
  • Master Fitness Trainer for the Company - Responsible for organizing and leading physical fitness training; administered physical training tests.
  • Conduct company level physical training to insure soldiers maintained a high level of physical fitness.
  • Maintained physical fitness by leading physical training and lifting over 50lbs of equipment daily.
  • Served as Platoon Commander responsible for providing leadership, physical training and inspections.
  • Conducted physical training every morning with 10 solders to help maintain military standards.
  • Plan for and lead Physical training sessions for the entire NROTC unit.
  • Selected to supervise the Academy Physical Training (PT) unit.
  • Conduct gun crew drills, weapons marksmanship and physical training.
  • Mentored personnel with physical training, health and nutrition.
  • Conduct physical training and help with any additional training.
  • Conduct physical training for my soldiers every morning.
  • Lead four to nine personnel in physical training.
  • Lead soldiers in morning physical training exercises.
  • Organize and perform physical training with soldiers.
  • Designed and emplaced physical training plan, identifying and addressing weaknesses, which rose over all team performance.
  • Received multiple awards and commendations for performance and leadership Completed Corporal Leadership course Developed/implemented remedial physical training program for overweight marines

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20 Most Common Skills For A Sergeant

Personnel Files

21.2%

Safety Procedures

10.7%

Combat

9.7%

Direct Supervision

6.9%

Weapon Systems

5.5%

Medal

5.1%

Emergency Situations

4.9%

Facility

4.6%

Commander

4.5%

Platoon

4.1%

NCO

3.8%

Law Enforcement

3.5%

Logistics

2.8%

Police Department

2.4%

Honorable Discharge

2.2%

Communications Equipment

1.7%

Customer Service

1.7%

Professional Development

1.5%

Army Achievement

1.5%

Performance Reviews

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Sergeant

Rank Skill
1 Personnel Files 16.3%
2 Safety Procedures 8.2%
3 Combat 7.4%
4 Direct Supervision 5.3%
5 Weapon Systems 4.3%
6 Medal 3.9%
7 Emergency Situations 3.8%
8 Facility 3.5%
9 Commander 3.5%
10 Platoon 3.2%
11 NCO 2.9%
12 Law Enforcement 2.7%
13 Logistics 2.2%
14 Police Department 1.9%
15 Honorable Discharge 1.7%
16 Communications Equipment 1.3%
17 Customer Service 1.3%
18 Professional Development 1.2%
19 Army Achievement 1.1%
20 Performance Reviews 1.1%
21 Security Procedures 1.1%
22 SGT 1.1%
23 Physical Fitness 1.1%
24 E-5 1.1%
25 Army Commendation 1.0%
26 MOS 1.0%
27 US Army 1.0%
28 Daily Operations 1.0%
29 Terrorism 0.9%
30 Incident Reports 0.8%
31 Technical Guidance 0.8%
32 Heavy Equipment 0.8%
33 Clearance 0.8%
34 Training Programs 0.8%
35 Ribbon 0.8%
36 Noncommissioned Officer 0.7%
37 Security Officers 0.7%
38 Preventative Maintenance 0.7%
39 Vehicle Patrols 0.7%
40 Criminal Investigations 0.6%
41 Ensure Compliance 0.6%
42 Leadership 0.6%
43 Correctional Officers 0.6%
44 CPR 0.6%
45 Powerpoint 0.6%
46 Hazmat 0.6%
47 Sergeants 0.6%
48 Daily Activities 0.6%
49 Operational Readiness 0.6%
50 Physical Training 0.5%
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