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DOD RESUMIX™ RESUME SYSTEM ENDED 2012
TODAY’s PREFERRED FEDERAL RESUME FORMAT
OUTLINE FORMAT RESUME FOR USAJOBS


2000-2012 DOD (ARMY CPOL AND NAVY CHART) RESUMIX FORMAT
BIG BLOCK – HARD TO READ – OLD RESUMIX FORMAT
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WORK HISTORY
PROGRAM MANAGER
Commander, Tactical Group One, San Diego, CA.
Supervisor: John Smith, (333) 333-3333 may contact.
10/2016 to Present
Salary: $65,000 PA
40 Hours per Week

Performed diverse air operations management and administrative functions. Developed and administered a $2M Air Operations budget to meet mission requirements. Develop air operations navy shore installation support requirements. Coordinated resolution of new and emerging air operations challenges involving complex solutions with significant regional, Navy and DoD implications. Supervised, trained, coached and mentored 180 air traffic controllers. Researched and analyzed manpower issues using the TFMMS database. CNSP voting member on CNO’s ATC the Executive Steering Committee. Provided input that led to much needed ATC equipment upgrades and ships space design improvements. Analyzed and implemented changes for military manpower allocations, requirements and authorizations for Pacific Fleet Naval Surface Commands. Developed statistical and narrative data. Defended recommendations to senior leadership. Provided policy guidance to subordinate and fleet commands. Procured state of the art air traffic control equipment for West Coast Amphibious Assault Ships. Completed onboard Amphibious Air Traffic Control Center (AATCC) quality assurance evaluations biennially. Managed resources and risks to optimize cost, schedule and performance objectives for aircraft systems and subsystems. Communicated with federal, state and local government offices, orally and in writing, in support of military air operations programs. Coordinated and observed amphibious air traffic control team training. Coordinated and developed COMNAVSURPAC instructions on amphibious air traffic control procedure. Updated and revised the AATCC Operations Course ensuring that curriculum and training scenarios were current and continued to meet fleet requirements. Reviewed Efficiency Review Reports, manpower change requests and manning issues for air traffic control and air traffic control maintenance functional areas. Advised organizational leaders on Human Capital issues. Conducted internal reviews to evaluate performance against plans for aviation integration efforts. Reviewed requirements and initiated appropriate requests for equipment upgrades and changes.


2018 FEDERAL RESUME FORMAT
OUTLINE FORMAT FOR USAJOBS UPLOAD RESUME

Small paragraphs, easy-to-read for “human” resources specialists. Format: all cap keywords from the Requirements / Specialized Experience, KSAs, Core Competencies and Questionnaire + a few impressive accomplishments!
WORK HISTORY
PROGRAM MANAGER
Commander, Tactical Group One, San Diego, CA.
Supervisor: John Smith, (333) 333-3333 may contact.
10/2016 to Present
Salary: $65,000 PA
40 Hours per Week

AIR OPERATIONS / BUDGET MANAGEMENT: Developed and administered a $2M Air Operations budget to meet mission requirements. Developed air operations Navy shore installation support requirements. Coordinated resolution of new and emerging air operations challenges involving complex solutions with significant regional, Navy and DoD implications.

PROGRAM RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS: Researched and analyzed manpower issues using the TFMMS database. Analyzed and implemented changes for military manpower allocations, requirements and authorizations for Pacific Fleet Naval Surface Commands. Developed statistical and narrative data. Defended recommendations and provided policy guidance to senior leadership.

ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT: Procured state-of-the-air traffic control equipment for West Coast Amphibious Assault Ships. Completed onboard Amphibious Air Traffic Control Center (AATCC) quality assurance evaluations biennially. Managed resources and risks to optimize cost, schedule and performance objectives for aircraft systems and subsystems. Communicated with federal, state and local government offices, orally and in writing, in support of military air operations programs.

HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING: Supervised, trained, coached and mentored 180 air traffic controllers. Coordinated and observed amphibious air traffic control team training. Reviewed Efficiency Review Reports, manpower change requests and manning issues for air traffic control and air traffic control maintenance functional areas. Advised organizational leaders on Human Capital issues. Conducted internal reviews to evaluate performance against plans for aviation integration efforts. Reviewed requirements and initiated appropriate requests for equipment upgrades and changes.

Key Accomplishments:

  • CNSP voting member on CNO’s ATC the Executive Steering Committee. Provided input that led to much needed ATC equipment upgrades and ships space design improvements. Results: Procured first-time state-of-the-air traffic control equipment for West Coast Amphibious Assault Ships.
  • Coordinated and developed instructions on amphibious air traffic control that are implemented in the new West Coast Amphibious Assault Ships. Updated and revised the AATCC Operations Course ensuring that curriculum and training scenarios were current and continued to meet fleet requirements.
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