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EXECUTIVE:


Michael Bennett Your SS# goes here

000 SeeSaw Street
Brighton, CA 00000
Home Phone: (000) 000-0000
000000@alltel.net

OBJECTIVE
Seeking a senior level federal position related to Information Technology or Technical Management needing a professional with over fourteen years of experience in network administration and information technology with an extensive understanding of networking, IT principles, concepts, and methods.

WORK EXPERIENCE

USA Tel Systems, Inc.
2407 Commercial Place
Brighton, CA 00000
USA
5-2005 to Present
Salary: $88,000/year
Hours per week: 40.

Network Technician.
Duties: Provided network services and related technical support for local businesses. Performed preventive and corrective maintenance on Windows NT, 2000, and 2003 servers and associated hardware comprising network systems. Configured and managed MS Exchange servers, SonicWall firewalls, and Cisco routers. Successfully performed system rollouts to customer satisfaction. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Successfully completed site survey and design for 130-access point wireless network for major manufacturing facility in a timely manner. Implemented Cisco & Sonicwall firewalls for regional businesses increasing network security.
Supervisor: Bobby McCall, (000) 000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor.

Communications Services Corp
000 Pine Road
Bldg Six
North View, CA 00000
USA
8-2003 to 12-2004
Salary: $56,500/year
Hours per week: 40.

Systems Analyst.
Duties: Assigned as team leader for the Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL) Technology Development team. Conducted systems analysis, server administration, infrastructure security, personnel management, proposal development, and overall coordination between project management and team personnel. Other responsibilities included guiding and directing the technology team and assignment of duties to individual team members. Coordinated Department of Defense security accreditation for the HSDL project successfully and in a timely manner. Conducted analysis on existing project design, developed and implemented procedures resulting in increased efficiency and effectiveness in the use of existing hardware and software. Successfully configured and managed multiple Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and Linux A/S servers. Established and implemented procedures for the management of MS SQL database servers. Designed and developed MS SharePoint site for user collaboration. Drafted and developed proposal and recommendations for HSDL project. Documented system design and operational procedures. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: In 2004, receive Letter of Recognition for Outstanding contributions to the Department of Homeland Security research project from Military Personnel Services Corp for coordinating the Department of Defense security accreditation for the HSDL project. Successfully Developed MS SharePoint site for user collaboration. Also, selected as Employee of the Month for Outstanding Service and Performance.
Supervisor: Montgomery Fox, (000) 000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Relocation for personal reasons

Major Markets Expositions
97 Skyline Highway
Suite #2158
Outer Islands, NC 00000
USA
4-2002 to 5-2003
Salary: $40,500/year
Hours per week: 40.

Network Administrator.
Duties: Effectively managed and administered the activities and operations of the technical support department for a web hosting company. Provided customer support and resolved issues in a timely manner. Maintained a high level of information assurance (network security). Consistently ensured high reliability and availability of system. Performed system upgrades in a timely manner. Conducted and performed general office administration in a professional manner. Successfully managed the process of registering domain names, DNS, web site setup using Internet Information Server (IIS), Web-Base, and Apache. Successfully managed the operation of a large server farm consisting of Microsoft NT, Windows 2000 and Linux servers. Performed hardware and software upgrades for server farm (i.e. firmware, application software, operating systems, network services). Performed ongoing analysis of system to ensure network security. Modified website code as requested by clients. Provided data management for web access databases ensuring efficient storage and retrieval of data. Effectively maintained email server running multiple virtual sites. Researched, conducted assessments, and implemented access points for wireless ISP services. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Successfully migrated 2500+ user accounts including e-mail access, webspace, and dial up access in a timely manner. Effectively managed the hosting of 300+ commercial web sites. Designed and established a 7-server load-balanced and database-driven web site to enhance network operations. Successfully migrated all Windows NT web hosting servers to Windows 2000 platforms enhancing overall system operations.
Supervisor: Peter Rasmussin, He left company. Contact phone unknown. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Relocated to California.

Advanced Technologies, Inc.
36581 Winding Road
Section 8
Outer Island, NC 00000
USA
4-2001 to 4-2002 Salary: $38,000/year
Hours per week: 40.

Project Manager - Broadband Access.
Duties: Managed and directed the technical support operations of an Internet service provider offering dial-up and wireless services to regional community. Directly supervised, assigned tasks, and evaluated the performance of five technical support personnel. Developed full-featured service department for regional ISP enhancing customer relations activities. Researched, prepared, and presented contract proposals and policies for sales and maintenance services. Provided support for contracts in accordance with established contract policies. Performed system analysis and conducted site surveys for broadband Internet solutions for both wireless and satellite to expand services for customers. Installed and supported wireless and satellite high-speed Internet access for residential and commercial applications. Coordinated and provided support for the installation of network equipment, components, and infrastructures (i.e. computers, cabling, routers, servers, firewalls, and other peripheral equipment). Assured control, tracking, and billing of customer repairs and services. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Planned and developed a full-service service department including desktop support, vender services, and contract support resulting in increased customer satisfaction.
Supervisor: Joseph Tokar, (229) 521-9501. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Company went out of business.

The Better Solution, Inc.
78 Foundry Street
Lorraine, IA 00000
USA
12-1997 to 3-2001
Salary: $42,500/year
Hours per week: 40.

Corporate Network Administrator.
Duties: Managed a nation-wide multi-site network consisting of multiple Microsoft NT and Novell Netware servers. Supervised a group of network technicians. Performed systems administration by maintaining hardware and software to ensure availability and functionality of systems. Implemented and supported IFS enterprise resource package (ERP) running on an Oracle database (Windows NT based). Implemented company-wide IP telephone system for multiple facilities. Designed and implemented complete network infrastructure upgrade. Managed routers, frame relay and T-1 connections between sites. Installed and maintained PC's and associated software applications for local and remote users. Managed and migrated network email system from Novell's Groupwise to Microsoft Exchange. Maintained information assurance by managing network performance and security for wide-area network. Provided user support as needed to ensure customer satisfaction. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Planned and implemented the VoIP phone system across multiple facilities nationwide, coordinating all details. Successfully implemented the IFS ERP package with an Oracle database running on a Windows NT architecture. Upgraded and expanded a 100+ node network from BNC to 10-base T infrastructure with 200+ nodes providing greater coverage and service. Migrated a 3-server Novell network to a 13-server Windows NT network in a WAN environment with a footprint in three states increasing service area. Migrated 100+ user implementation of Groupwise to Microsoft Exchange for better service. Received Employee of the Month Award for Outstanding Service and Performance.
Supervisor: John Johnson, (000) 000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Plant closure.

Wired Hot
89 Keystone Avenue
Outer Island, NC 00000
USA
6-1997 to 12-1997
Salary: $10.00/hour
Hours per week: 40.

HP Warranty Technician.
Duties: Performed preventive and corrective maintenance of personal computers. Effectively troubleshot and repaired Hewlett Packard products for local public schools (K-12). Set-up, repaired, and upgraded PC's for various companies and individuals.
Supervisor: Joseph Bear, (000) 000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Accepted position with Better Solution.

Josephson College
One College Drive
Oceanside, NJ 00000
USA
8-1995 to 6-1997
Salary: $12.00/hour
Hours per week: 30.

Computer Technician.
Duties: Operated the campus computer department "Help Desk" for faculty and staff. Maintained and upgraded all computers, including network access, in the student computer labs and classrooms for the Business Department.
Supervisor: Maureen Greenstreet, Left college. Contact phone unknown. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Relocated to North Carolina.

Self Employed
000 Old Town road
San Diego, CA 00000
USA
1-1996 to 1-1997
Salary: $15hr
Hours per week: 0.

Independent Computer Consultant.
Duties: Provided network services, hardware and software support, to various companies and individuals. Managed and maintained Novell 3.11 and 3.12 networks. Designed, developed, and maintained various Internet websites for regionally based companies.
Supervisor: self

U.S. Air Force
Various Bases
USA + Europe
9-1983 to 2-1988
Salary: E4 (Sergeant)
Hours per week: 40.
Date of last promotion:1-1987.

Fuels Specialist - AFSC: 631x0.
Duties: Provided ground fuels support for flight line operations. Security Clearance: Secret ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Good Conduct Medal, Achievement Medal, Overseas Tour Medal, Unit Citation Medal.
Supervisor: Unknown, Unknown. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Honorable Discharge.

EDUCATION
Highest level achieved: Bachelor's degree.
BS, Park University, Parkville, Missouri, United States, 2005, Major: Management/Computer Information Systems. 3.71, Total Hours: 42, System: Semester.

TRAINING
Fortran Programming, 1992, 1 Semester, Texas A&M University at Galveston.
Java Programming, 2004, 1 Semester, Park University.
C++ Programming, 1999, 1 Semester, Park University.
Management Information Systems, 1999, 1 Semester, Park University.
Red Hat RH133 - E/S Linux Administration, 2004, 1 week, Red Hat Corp.
Systems Analysis & Design I and II, 2003, 2 Semesters, Park University.
Advanced Computer Troubleshooting, 1995, 1 Semester, MiraCosta College.
Oracle 41010 - Introduction to Oracle: SQL & PL/SQL, 1999, 1 week, Oracle Corp.
Leviton Certified Structured Wiring, 2001, 1 week, Leviton Corp.
Novell 352 - Groupwise 5.2 Administration, 1998, 1 week, Novell Networks.
Novell 520 - Intranetware 4.11 Administration, 1998, 1 week , Novell Networks.
Novell 555 - Intranetware: Integrating with Windows NT, 1998, 1 week, Novell Networks.
Novell 350 - Groupwise 5.2 Advanced Administration, 1998, 1 week, Novell Networks.
Microsoft 803 - Administering Windows NT, 1998, 1 week, Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft 923 - Windows NT Core Technologies, 2000, 1 week, Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft 689 - Supporting Windows NT in the Enterprise, 1999, 1 week, Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft 688 - TCP/IP, 1998, 1 week, Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft 1026 - Exchange 5.5 Administration, 1998, 1 week, Microsoft Corp.
Western Multiplex Microwave Radios, 2001, 3 days, Western Multiplex Corp.
Hughes DirecTV Service and Repair, 2001, 1 day, Hughes Equipment Corp.
DirectWay Satellite Installation, 2001, 1 day, Hughes Equipment Corp.
Data Communications and Networking, 1995, 1 Semester, MiraCosta College.
Principles of Accounting I & II , 2004, 2 Semesters, Park University.
Financial Management (Corporate Finance) , 2004, 1 Semester, Park University.
Production and Operations Management , 2004, 1 Semester, Park University.
Statistics , 2004, 1 Semester, Park University.

LICENSES/CERTIFICATES
Cisco Certified Network Associate, Cisco, 2002. 2008.
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Microsoft, 2000. Permanent. Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator - Security (MCSA: Security), Microsoft, 2003. Permanent.
Certified Internet Webmaster - Security Analyst, Certified Internet Webmasters Ass., 2005. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft, 2003. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - Windows 2000 Workstation, Microsoft, 2003. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - Windows 2000 Security, Microsoft, 2005. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - Windows 2000 Network Management, Microsoft, 2003. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - Windows NT Server, Microsoft, 2000. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - Windows NT Server in the Enterprise, Microsoft, 2000. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - Windows NT Workstation, Microsoft, 2001. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - TCP/IP, Microsoft, 2001. Permanent.
Microsoft Certified Professional - Exchange 5.5, Microsoft, 2001. Permanent.
Comptia - A+, CompTIA, 1999. Permanent.
Comptia - Network+, CompTIA, 2002. Permanent.

AWARDS, HONORS, MEMBERSHIPS
Letter of Appreciation - Military Personnel Service Corp., Military Personnel Services Corp., 2004, Outstanding contributions to Department of Homeland Security research project.
Employee of the Month - Military Personnel Service Corp., Military Personnel Services Corp, 2004, Employee of the Month.
Letter of Recognition - Military Personnel Service Corp., Military Personnel Services Corp., 2004, Outstanding contributions to Department of Homeland Security research project.
Employee of the Month - Vanguard Industries, Vanguard Industries, 2000, Employee of the Month.

SKILLS
Cisco Devices, Desktop Support, MS Exchange Installation/Administration, Network Administration, Network Security, Routers, Systems Administration, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows NT, Wireless Implementation, SQL Administration, Network Technician, Local Area Network, Wide Area Network, Data Communications, Management, Supervision, Team Leader, Research & Analysis, Troubleshooting, Personnel Management, Proposal Development, Project Management, Web Site Design (Internet Information Server (IIS), Web-Base, Apache), Operating Systems & Servers (Microsoft NT, Windows 2000, & Linux Servers), Data Management, Internet, Site Surveys, Systems Analysis, Software Applications, Customer Relations, Computer Repair, Writing, Student Teaching, Computer Programming, Structured Wiring

OTHER INFORMATION
Veterans Preference: 5 point preference.

ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:
Comptia - Server+ Cerification, Conferring Organization: CompTIA, Year Received: 2003, Valid Period: permanent. Comptia - Security+ Certification, Conferring Organization: CompTIA, Year Received: 2003, Valid Period: permanent. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS o Over fourteen years of experience in network administration and information technology at increasing levels of responsibility. o Major industry certifications include: Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), and Certified Internet Webmaster Security Analyst (CIWSA). o Analytical and capable of obtaining positive results working efficiently and accurately. o Self-starter, meticulous, and capable of handling multiple projects simultaneously. o Extensive understanding of networking, IT principles, concepts, and methods.

Michael Bennett Your SS# goes here





COMPUTER PROGRAMMER:


Mary Smith-Robinson Your SS# goes here

000 Oak Hill Rd.

Madison WI 54913
Home Phone: 000-000-0000
000@earthlink.net

OBJECTIVE
A position as a business systems analyst, programmer and project manager in the federal service delivering technology solutions for improving work processes and automating data banks.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Earth Systems
1829 Marquette St.
Madison WI 59612
USA
5-2002 to Present
Salary: $100 ph
Hours per week: 50.

Owner and Manager.
Duties: An independent computer systems consultant providing desktop and network support for a variety of clients the Denver area. Evaluate user needs based upon interviews with management and employees. Manage customer installations and enhancements to their automated systems. Direct computer server support, both hardware and software.
Supervisor: Self employed, OK to contact Supervisor.

Integration Systems (consulting engagement)
326 Main Street
Madison WI 12345
USA
2-2001 to 5-2002
Salary: $100 ph
Hours per week: 50.

Project Manager.
Duties: Provided a wide variety of software support and development services for this leading provider of supply chain management services to the telecommunications industry. Managed a project in enhancing satellite dish installation, repair, and maintenance tracking system. Established the standards and procedures to the work tracking system. Enhanced a single client centric data model encompassing the front-end office system, in order to achieve full integration with the JD Edwards supply chain management CSG installation system and external payroll systems. This required an understanding of all the processes and data sources. Data included name and address, activity, installation date/time, installer, and scheduled installation date/time, satellite dish components and the associated costs. The data also had to be generalized to enable the integration of multiple source systems. Provided training and instruction for programming staff in utilizing state-of-the-art techniques in Visual Basic and Access programming. Developed a system to use the DHCP system to track and report on the status of network components for 16 servers and over 300 workstations. Authored the response to RFP from industry for supply chain management and procurement. Based upon interviews with management and technical support personnel, developed business requirements, detailed requirements, product management, functional specifications, development support, quality assurance and user acceptance testing. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Satellite Installation Project tracking system fully integrated with other key business systems. Licensing compliance assured in dynamic networking environment of the client DHCP system. Formalized results of review of the SQL databases with a series of system performance reports that allowed management to oversee workloads in the supply chain management system. Completely reworked the work gang tracking system developed in Great Britain, resolving significant accounting issues. Supported with significant enhancements a web-based demonstration system of company products for the sales staff.
Supervisor: Michael Purdue, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of project.

Reliable Sys (consulting engagement)
1618 Jackson St.
Madison WI 56123
USA
1-2000 to 1-2001
Salary: $100 ph
Hours per week: 50.

Project Manager.
Duties: Evaluated entire claims processing system for this Medical Claims processing company, including several different image and text processing systems. Created a series of VB ActiveX controls to integrate and archive the output from these various systems. Programmed and tested ActiveX controls in SQL Server and Access based environment. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Developed a fully integrated, fully automated medical claims processing system.
Supervisor: John Adams, 000-000-0000 OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of projects.

Metro-Engineering, Inc. (consulting engagement)
1256 Madison Blvd.
Madison WI 12345
USA
11-1997 to 1-2000
Salary: $100 ph
Hours per week: 40.

Project Manager.
Duties: Proposed, designed, installed and supported an automated Safety Incident Tracking System, integrating three different software packages and establishing databases. Installed Optical Mark Recognition system and provided training and support for several applications. Coded exits in C programming language to extend functionality of the software package designed by vendor. Designed, programmed, tested, and installed invoice reconciliation system, written in Access and designed to interface with legacy system based upon DEC platform. Wrote applicant tracking system for Human Resources department. Designed and wrote on-line data dictionary to support financial team responsible for implementing software systems for office automation. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Client enjoyed significant labor savings improved record management from various automated functions. Invoice Reconciliation System successfully tracked from receipt of invoice to generation of G/L transactions, over $200 million in billings from largest equipment vendor. On-line data dictionary successfully identified over 3000 data elements, processes and the source of data for each in all major accounting and management systems.
Supervisor: Ray Carlson, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of project.

PEO Consulting (consulting engagement)
523 Silverback Rd.
Madison WI 12345
USA
8-1999 to 10-1999
Salary: $90 ph
Hours per week: 40.

Project Manager.
Duties: Implemented coding modifications to system used by Health Maintenance Organization. Developed innovative source code analysis tool producing test scripts for newly written programs. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Saved client 200 person-hours in programmer time in first month.
Supervisor: Jenny Baker, 000-000-0000, OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of project.

Long Life Insurance (consulting engagement)
327 Hopper St.
Madison WI 12345
USA
5-1997 to 7-1999
Salary: $85 ph
Hours per week: 40.

Project Manager.
Duties: Y2K project including analysis, design, programming, and testing. Investigated vendor packages used to support Year 2000 conversions. Designed build of databases for a Disease Management program. Evaluated data stores based on PL/I OS 390 package to determine location of 1.2 million data elements required for customer communications. Researched pre-VSAM access methods, BDAM, and of dozens of modules written in PL/I. Migrated organization to Access database systems. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: All projects met the goals of the organization.
Supervisor: Annie Ketchum, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of project.

Lawson Company (consulting engagement)
8615 Excel Plaza
Madison WI 12345
USA
2-1996 to 12-1996
Salary: $85 ph
Hours per week: 40.

Project Manager.
Duties: Provided database design and implementation support of two financial systems Modified data conversion routines for special reports on programming costs for a telecommunications client. Designed and implemented data model for communications services regulatory tracking using Intranet based technology. ACCOMPLISHMENT: First Intranet application for largest cable company in the world.
Supervisor: Elaine Ellison, 000-000-0000, OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of project.

Advanced-Systems, Inc. (consulting engagement)
458 Raddison Blvd.Madison WI 12345
USA
4-1993 to 2-1996
Salary: $85 ph
Hours per week: 40.

Project Manager.
Duties: See description under same employer 11/97 to 01/2000.
Supervisor: Leon Moon, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of projects.

Iowa Instruments (consulting engagement)
54 Rich Street
Madison WI 12345
USA
6-1991 to 2-1993
Salary: $80 ph
Hours per week: 40.

Project Manager.
Duties: Evaluated existing application to determine potential improvements. Installed a user-friendly data backup and recovery facility. Designed and implemented screen displays, documentation, and education. Provided complete technical support for statistical analysis using SAS. Completed installation, problem resolution, application of program fixes and enhancements. Co-authored an integrated project management and tracking system. Design included innovative resource pool management, report and graphics rollups at the resource, department, project, area and site level. Participated in the design, coding, testing, training and documentation of the package. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Developed and presented class on project management with attendee ratings of good to excellent.
Supervisor: Sally Goodenough, 000-000-0000, OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of project.

Southwest Express (consulting engagement)
1700 Running Brooke Rd.
Madison WI 12345
USA
10-1984 to 6-1991
Salary: $80 ph
Hours per week: 45.

Project Manager.
Duties: Evaluated several project management software packages. Recommended selection and demonstrated utility by modeling major data center move. Conceived 'point to point' system availability tracking system. Using information available in the network generation module, built a model of network with over 2,000 users over a 14 state region. Escalation feature was incorporated into the design. Supported MSA G/L and A/R installation. Advised management regarding proposed adjustments to accounting procedures. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Programming changes to production routines saved $30,00 per month.
Supervisor: Jane Doe, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of project.

Buck Data Services (consulting engagement)
8 Denver St.
Madison WI 12345
USA
11-1982 to 9-1984
Salary: $80 ph
Hours per week: 50.

Project Manager.
Duties: SUPERVISED: 12 staff members. Managed data center. Supervised operation, application maintenance, personnel assignments, and team effectiveness. Data center provided financial and insurance applications. Directed the implementation of modifications supporting company transition to rehabilitation. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Delivered the first error free production run in the company's history. Produced a financial summary and options communication for 180,000 insurance policyholders. Project was completed on time and within budget.
Supervisor: Jayson Jackson, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of project.

EDUCATION
Highest level achieved: 2 years of college.
BSEE (incomplete), University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA, 1981, Major: Electrical Engineering. 3.82/4.0, Total Hours: 33, System: Semester.

SKILLS
Programming, Data Analysis, Systems Analysis, Systems Design, Documentation development, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Structured Query Language (SQL), MS Project, Visual Basic, C programming, COBOL, SAS, Easytrieve, Workflow automation, Operations Research, Project Management, Sales Compensation, Human Resources Systems and Data, Supply Chain Management, Sales and Marketing, Strategic Planning, Research, Project Planning, Training, Presentations

OTHER INFORMATION
Veterans Preference: No preference.
Expertise in delivering technology solutions to the Medical Services, Telecommunications, Insurance, Manufacturing and Construction industries. Experience includes defining the scope of a solution, anticipating the future changes that will need to be supported and identifying the key software and business processes. Strength in data analysis for the purpose of conversions, data consolidation from multiple source systems and data normalization. Technology platform experience in Windows NT, Windows 2000, Visual Basic, SQL Server, Access, Paradox, IBM 30XX, 43XX, 370-390 (VM/CMS, OS/MVS/XA/ESA), AT&T Minicomputers, COBOL, FORTRAN, UNIX, APL, Macromedia Ultradev, SAS, and Script Based Publishing Systems.

Mary Smith-Robinson Your SS# goes here





MAINTENANCE MECHANIC:


Larry Waters Your SS# goes here

PO Box 000
Atlanta, GA 000

Home Phone: 000-000-0000

000@tznet.net

OBJECTIVE
Insert job title and announcement number here.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Brightson Labor Contractors
RR 3
Atlanta GA 54193
USA
10-2000 to Present
Salary: $12.00 ph
Hours per week: 40.

Maintenance Mechanic.
Duties: Perform general maintenance of buildings, grounds and automotive equipment. Paint interior and exterior building surfaces. Perform engine maintenance including engine tune-ups, fluid changes, brake adjustments and replacements. Mow extensive grounds using 6 ft. brush hog. Perform general grounds maintenance work such as brush removal, grading, landscaping bed clean up using landscaping equipment including 4-wheel drive tractors.
Supervisor: Sam Spade, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor.

Federal Emergency Management Agency
Region 3, Atlanta
321 East Ricksville Rd.
Atlanta, GA 53789
US
8-1993 to 12-1999
Salary: $16.50 ph
Hours per week: 80.

Manufactured Housing Specialist.
Duties: Responsible for complete staging of mobile homes for emergency operations. Shipped and received mobile homes from the vendor. Interfaced with city officials, mayors and landowners to arrange for siting of the mobile homes for FEMA operations. Inspected mobile homes for safety and proper siting. Managed the offices in both Atlanta Georgia and Augusta, Georgia, providing direction, planning and reporting to FEMA officials and community officials. Developed work orders for sub-contractors to perform maintenance and deactivation of the structures at the completion of the project.
Supervisor: Mary McCarthy, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Temporary position.

P & S Maintenance
P.O. Box 1600
Atlanta GA 51630
US
1-1990 to 8-1993
Salary:
Hours per week: 40.

Owner.
Duties: Performed general building maintenance, improvements and repair for client homes. Painted interiors and exteriors of residential and commercial buildings. Maintained financial records and tax documents. Prepared invoices. Resolved customer complaints and generated new business through networking and basic marketing of the business.
Supervisor: self-employed, OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Accepted FEMA position.

City of Augusta
8600 W. Warren St.
Augusta GA 51387
US
7-1972 to 1-1988
Salary:
Hours per week: 45.

Maintenance Mechanic.
Duties: Performed maintenance and repair of all types of city equipment and buildings at the sewage treatment plant and the city garage. Repaired and maintained: air compressors, pumps, lift stations, gas compressors, diesel powered generators (750KW), motor control centers, generators (277/480 volts), backhoes, tandem dump trucks (diesel and gas), boilers, sewage treatment plant specialized equipment, piping and valves for water, gas and air. In addition worked in the storm sewer and street departments performing the following activities: basic electrical wiring, plumbing, pouring concrete, building concrete forms, arc welding, street and sidewalk maintenance. Maintained grounds and buildings for the Parks Department.
Supervisor: Mike Brown, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Established own business.

EDUCATION
Highest level achieved: High school graduate or certificate of equivalency.

TRAINING
Certified Technician, 1980, FMC Corporation.
Decks, ponds, landscaping and Outdoor Lighting installation, One semester, John Wood Community College.

SKILLS
General building construction and repair; arc welding, basic plumbing, basic electrical wiring, automotive repair and maintenance; heavy equipment repair and maintenance; building maintenance; building equipment maintenance and repair; planning; scheduling; establishing effective working relationships; quality control of maintenance and repair work.

OTHER INFORMATION
Veterans Preference: 10 point compensable 30% disability.
U.S. Marine Corps-Recon. Active duty 01/1960-01/1970. Retired with Honorable Discharge, January 1970.

Larry Waters Your SS# goes here





ADMINISTRATOR/SUPERVISOR:


Maurice McGuire SSN goes here

000 Helmsley St.
Augusta, GA 000

Home Phone: 000-000-0000

000@hotmail.com

OBJECTIVE
Insert announcement number and title here.

WORK EXPERIENCE

South Dakota Army National Guard
Bldg 9604 Worchester Ave.
Sioux Falls SD 46153
USA
7-2004 to present
Salary: $58,000 per year
Hours per month: 20

Chief Logistics Division.
Duties: Supervises operations, maintenance and administration of Logistics Division in the Minnesota Training Site Command. Manages personnel engaged in all phases of logistics by establishing shop practices, work schedules and operating procedures ensuring maximum utilization of supervisors and technically qualified personnel. Performs administrative, supply management and quality controls administration to ensure successful logistics operations and maintenance.
Supervisor: Joe Franklin, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor.

MnARNG
935 E. Confederate Ave., Bldg. 21
Minneapolis MN 46153
USA
1-2003 to 7-2004
Salary: $73,501 per year
Hours per week: 40.

State Facilities Manager (Federal Technician GS-11). Duties: Primary purpose to manage, schedule and direct operations, maintenance, repair, rehabilitation and improvement to ARNG facilities. Utilizes administrative and managerial skills, abilities and broad technical knowledge of operating capabilities/maintenance requirements of various facilities and equipment. Considered technical expert regarding management of state facilities/oversees subordinate supervisors and workers.
Supervisor: Maurice Smith, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor.

Headquarters Dept. of the Army
Army Operation's Center
400 Army Pentagon
Washington, DC 20310
USA
11-2002 to 1-2003
Salary: $60,000 per year
Hours per week: 40.

Action Officer (LTC, active Army).
Duties: - Member Army Crisis Action Team (CAT), Off. Def. Readiness Staff Rep. serving the EUCOM/Readiness Desk. Responsible for worldwide coordination of Army activities after terrorist attacks on 11 Sep 01. Provided concurrence/non-concurrence for readiness matters, unit readiness information for CAT Team daily briefings, the HQDA SITREP, information and point papers upon request. Reviewed plans, policies and orders for readiness implications, assisted in maintaining readiness library, provided information to the CAT concerning readiness for AA and FF level units, ARMS data and HD/LD units. Acted as LNO for the EUCOM AOR by providing information/requesting information when needed. Prepared daily situation briefings and narratives for presentation to Army Senior Leadership. Staffed Army Readiness actions commanded alternate command post.
Supervisor: Bobby McGovern, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of assignment.

American Embassy/Dept. of State
U.S. European Command
Military Liaison Team (Jt. Contact Team Program)
Tirana, Albania (Washington, DC) 20521-9510
USA
6-2001 to 10-2002
Salary: $58,000 per year
Hours per week: 50+

Acting Team Chief/Deputy Team Chief (LTC, active Army).
Duties: In command or 2nd in command. Assisted in maintaining military-to-military contact with the Albanian Armed Forces. Responsible for administration, staff coordination, long range planning, development of Activity Concept Sheets. Force Protection OIC, logistics administrator, responsible for property accountability, routine inventory, fiscal management, procurement and contract officer, Represented team as member of Ambassador's In-Country Team, participant NATO Partnership for Peace coordinating group, ICASS Council other high level committee groups. Supervised /hired contract staff, conducted analysis, prepared reports as required.
Supervisor: COL. Collins OK to contact Supervisor. phone unknown Reason for Leaving: Completion of assignment.

Headquarters State Area Command
Minnesota Army National Guard
4081 Minnesota Highway 16
Ellenwood, MN 61253
USA
8-2000 to 5-2001
Salary: $49,500
Hours per week: 40

Administrative Officer (Federal Technician GS-11)
Duties: Managed Army Guard Headquarter's facility/staff. Responsible for daily operations, ensured records for boards were accurate/complete, Property Book Officer, Responsible for billions of dollars worth of equipment/facilities and supplies statewide, Supervised repair, evaluations multiple fund accounts. Member of many high level boards/committees.
Supervisor: Lawrence Peters, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Activated to military (Europe and Albania).

Headquarters State Area Command
Minnesota Army National Guard
4081 Minnesota Highway 16
Ellenwood, MN 61253
USA
8-2000 to 4-2001
Salary: $750 per month
Hours per month: 20.

Executive Officer (Army National Guard).
Duties: Responsible for staff operations, coordination with assigned units, planning, mission execution, food services, property accountability, supply, personnel management and security. Prepares courses of action, makes recommendations /accomplishes commander's intent. Ensured actions completed, represented the commander on various boards/meetings, briefings etc. Prepared reports, briefed senior leaders as required.
Supervisor: COL George Herbert Washington, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Promotion to Lieutenant Colonel.

Headquarters State Area Command
Minnesota Army National Guard
4081 Minnesota Highway 16
Ellenwood, MN 61253
USA
1-1997 to 8-2000
Salary: $45,000 per year
Hours per month: 40.

Education Counselor (Federal Technician GS-09)11).
Duties: Program and budget manager, for the Federal Tuition Assistance program. Manager, Montgomery GI Bill benefits and certification. Provided educational research/ and counseling on educational services, available for enrollment options, career advancement and self-development. Test Control Officer for various various undergraduate and graduate school admissions and other exams. Managed budgets, administered funds, prepared new budgets, for programs across fiscal years including providing projections, completed costs analyses, various studies, and program audits. Developed/ and provided formal and informal presentations to senior leaders/ and groups. Conducted individual educational assessments, and provided guidance on course requirements and sources for funding. sources.
Supervisor: Mike Cheney, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Promotion to GS 11Career development opportunity.

MnARNG
935 E. Confederate Ave., Bldg. 21
Minneapolis MN 46153
USA
11-1994 to 8-1996
Salary: $740 per month
Hours per month:20.

Human Resources/ Equal Opportunity Training Officer (MAJ, Army National Guard).
Duties: Staff advisor to senior leaders on EEO/HRO issues. Conducted statewide training on EEO, Sexual Harassment, Complaint resolution and discrimination. Conducted, interpreted and reported on climate surveys. Alcohol/Drug Testing Expert, Collected/secured and forwarded samples for drug testing. Investigated complaints, prepared reports advised parties or requirements/laws and assisted with resolution.
Supervisor: Lewis Jones, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Completion of assignment

16th Infantry Brigade (Enhanced)
1rdth Field Artillery Battalion
Minnesota Army National Guard
6738 Norwich Street
St. Paul, MN 61235
USA
6-1992 to 10-1994
Salary: $695 per month
Hours per month: 40.

Commander, Service Battery (CPT, Army National Guard).
Duties: Supervised 90 + personnel. Managed unit personnel, supply/ operations, training/prep for mobilization for war fighting or state emergency response as determined by the Gov. Responsible for millions in facilities, equipment and supplies. Supervised/prepared feeding, refueling , arming, supply and re-supply of all units. Ensured maintenance/repair machines/equipment of units.
Supervisor: OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Promotion to Major. Completion of assignment.

Minnesota Senior Services, Inc.
1118 Sanwich Road
Greenville, MN 61284
USA
6-1994 to 11-1994
Salary: $26,000 per year
Hours per week: 40.

Assistant Director
Duties: Supervised 10+ staff. Responsible for daily operations, pPublic relations, contract services manager, personnel/supply and training officer. manager for the organization. Prepared news releases, documents for publication, and public service announcements, interacted with media regarding special events; ideveloped/solicited bids wrote grant applications, ncluding national television. rResponded to congressional and media inquiries.
Supervisor: Lilly Marie, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Philosophy Difference.


Walmart
1825 Memorial Drive
Louisville, MN 61283
9-1992 to 3-1994
Salary: $8.50 per hour
Hours per week: 40.

Assistant Floor Manager
Duties: SUPERVISED: six staff. Managed floor operations, trained staff, resolved customer complaints. Developed training plans, controlled sensitive item release, ensured product display.
Supervisor: John Jones, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Philosophy Difference

Office of The Adjutant General
South Dakota National Guard
4105 Reedy Creek Road
Butte, SD 76894
USA
2-1990 to 7-1991
Salary: $28,288 per year
Hours per week: 40.

Security Manager (Federal Technician GS-9)
Duties: SUPERVISED: two staff members. Investigated loss, theft or property damage. Reviewed personnel background summaries, recommended actions. Conducted fact-finding interviews, developed analyses and reports. Managed the release, control and storage of classified information. Coordinated with FBI, SBI, many other law enforcement agencies. Member State Emergency Response Team.
Supervisor: MAJ. Junior Seels, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Family Relocation to Minnesota

ND National Guard Training Center
Camp Fields
682 Cellry Rd.
Allegeheny, ND 75698
USA
9-1986 to 2-1990
Salary: $25,436 per year
Hours per week: 40.

Facility Manager (Federal Technician GS-9)
Duties: SUPERVISED 14+ personnel: Managed all planning/ and training activity. Administered budget, supervised maintenance and facility repair. Project Officer for facility and structure construction. at the site. Responsible for development of roads, new ranges, facility safety officer for live firing. IInterfaced with news media, public and private agencies regarding national news event at Camp. Interfaced with NGB and a movie company in the planning, production and filming of 3 National Guard recruitment commercials. Served as military consultant. Prepared public service announcements for local media regarding activities at the Camp. Served as liaison with local elected officials, planning commissions and committees.
Supervisor: John Johnson, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Career advancement.

ND Department of Human Resources
ND Division of Aging
1630 Roaring Stream Rd.
Fargo, ND 71625
USA
1-1975 to 5-1986
Salary: $29,260 per year
Hours per week: 44.

Chief Employment Programs / Social Services Program Consultant
Duties: SUPERVISED: three staff members multiple contract officers. Managed $1.6 million grant program for the Aging. Wrote proposals, prepared budgets, recruited and hired staff. Reviewed and approved program bid proposals. Prepared program news release articles. Guest speaker on TV and radio talk shows. Conducted technical workshops, field audited program budgets, interpreted federal rules and regulations. Coordinated programs with state and federal agencies. ACHIEVEMENTS: Reorganized the agency and completed a policy manual.
Supervisor: Jerry Lupo, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Reduction in ForceAccepted federal employment.

EDUCATION
Highest level achieved: Bachelor's Degree.
MBA/MPA, City University, Minneapolis, MN, In progress, Major: Business & Public Administration., System: Semester.
Master's of Public Administration, Univ. of North Dakota, Fargo, ND, partial completion.
BA, 1973, Butler University, Butler, ND, Major: Education. System: Semester.


SIGNIFICANT HONORS/AWARDS/MEMBERSHIPS
Meritorious Service Medal
Joint Service Commendation Medal
Army Achievement Medal
Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal ( 4 awards)
National Defense Service Medal (2 awards)
Armed Forces Reserve Medal w/ "M" device
Army Service Ribbon
Army Reserve Components Overseas Training Ribbon
Georgia Olympic Medal
Georgia Meritorious Service Medal
Certificate of Merit-Republic of Albania, General Staff of Albanian Armed Forces
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 1972-73
Outstanding Scholar, Dean's List 1972-73


RELATED TRAINING
Adjutant General Officer Course, 2004
Action Officer, Strategic Planning Course, 2000
Combined Arms & Services Staff School, 1995
National Interagency Counterdrug Institute, 1995
RC Equal Opportunity Advisor Course, 1995
Command and General Staff College, 1994

SKILLS
Management and Administration; Supervision; Team development; Team building; Oral communication; Written communication; Interpersonal relationship development; Organization; Project management; Strategic planning; Formal presentations; Public relations; Budget management; Investigation; Fact finding; Analysis; Report development; Counseling; Media relations; Interpretation of Policy and procedures; Research; Personnel security; Writing news articles; Writing publications.

OTHER INFORMATION
Veterans Preference: 10 point preference.
Top Secret clearance.
Additional military experience in a number of different capacities.




PROFESSIONAL:


Phillip Edwards, Ph.D. SSN

000 Peekswood St.
Greenville, NC 000
Home Phone: 000-000-0000
000@hotmail.com

OBJECTIVE
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WORK EXPERIENCE

State College of North Carolina
1234 Royal Drive.
Greenville, NC 12345
US
9-2000 to Present
Salary: $2000 per class/semester
Hours per week: 20.

Adjunct Faculty.
Duties: Teach undergraduate courses in psychology. Maintain office hours for student assistance as needed. Develop course outline, lesson plans, evaluation materials. Evaluate progress of students and provide counseling and guidance to help individual students achieve their potential. Participate in the development of an on-line curriculum to assist students with their learning skills. Taught: Introduction to Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Human Development, Parenting, Adult Development, Psychology of Adolescence, Personality Theory.
Supervisor: Sarah Masters, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor.

Happy Day Counseling
25 Goodwin St., Ste 300
Asheville NC 12345
US
4-2002 to Present
Salary: varies
Hours per week: 20.

Psychologist.
Duties: Private practice providing child and family psychotherapy services, parenting related workshops and training. Provide patient assessment, treatment planning, individual and group counseling, and clinical documentation. Maintain client therapy records and respond to client requests for information. Ensure that therapy program is in compliance with state and federal requirements and professional standards of care. Develop program and client documentation in order to apply for insurance reimbursements.
Supervisor: private practice

Stateville University
8457 Southern Ave.
Asheville, NC 12345
US
9-2001 to Present
Salary: $3000 per class/semester
Hours per week: 16.

Affiliate Faculty.
Duties: Teach various subjects in the Master of Liberal Arts program. Courses taught: Family Systems Theory, Abnormal Psychology, Professional Ethics, Multicultural Counseling, Play Therapy, Psychopharmacology and Life Span Development. Develop lesson plans, didactic materials and evaluation tools. Evaluate progress of students and provide counseling and guidance to help individual students achieve their potential.
Supervisor: Mike Valencia, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor.

Staten Community Mental Health Center
66 Valley Dr.
Greenville NC 12345
US
5-1998 to 4-2002
Salary: $40,000 pa
Hours per week: 40.

Child and Family Specialist.
Duties: Provided patient assessment, treatment planning, individual and group counseling, and clinical documentation of outpatient child therapy and family therapy. Provided clinical supervision for staff. Provided consultation, training, community workshops and therapy to the staff and families of Adams County Head Start Programs. Maintain client therapy records and respond to client requests for information. Ensure that therapy program is in compliance with state and federal requirements and professional standards of care. Develop program and client documentation in order to apply for insurance reimbursements.
Supervisor: Michael Wright, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Entered private practice.

Green Valley Medical Center
1234 Holly St.
San Diego, CA 12345
US
12-1994 to 9-1997
Salary: $28,000 pa
Hours per week: 40.

Clinical Case Manager.
Duties: Provided clinical case management services, individual and group therapies, life skills development training, vocational training, treatment planning and community services liaison services for homeless adolescents. Provided patient assessment, treatment planning, and clinical documentation. Maintain client therapy records and respond to client requests for information. Ensure that therapy program is in compliance with state and federal requirements and professional standards of care. Develop program and client documentation in order to apply for insurance reimbursements.
Supervisor: Sean Casey, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Moved to North Carolina.

EDUCATION
Highest level achieved: Doctorate Degree.
Ph.D., U. of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, US, 1999, Major: Clinical Psychology. Minor: Marriage and family therapy. 3.8/4.0, Total Hours: 147, System: Other.
M.A., University of North Carolina, Asheville, NC, US, 1990, Major: Counseling Psychology. 3.5/4.0, Total Hours: 54, System: Semester.
B.A., University of Wisconsin, Whitewater WI, US, 1986, Major: Psychology. 2.9/4.0, Total Hours: 125, System: Semester.

TRAINING
Childhood Safety in the Family and Community, 2003 30 hrs, U. of NC, Chapel Hill
Child Therapy Theory and Practice, 2001, 16 hrs, Family Therapy Associates.

LICENSES/CERTIFICATES
Clinical Psychologist, North Carolina State Licensing Board, 2002.
AWARDS, HONORS, MEMBERSHIPS
member, North Carolina Association of Child Mental Health, current.
member, American Association of Play Therapy, current.

SKILLS
College Instruction; Early Childhood Mental Health Therapy; Psychotherapy; Marriage and Family Therapy; Parent Training; Speech Writing; Community Workshops/training; Psychological Assessment;

OTHER INFORMATION
Veterans Preference: No preference.
PUBLICATIONS: Doctoral dissertation: The Application of Play Therapy to the Issues of Identity Development (2000) VOLUNTEER SERVICE: Volunteer facilitator for community workshops in Child Development, Parenting, Child Self Esteem, The ADHD Child, Helping children cope with divorce.

Phillip Edwards, Ph.D. SSN





ENTRY LEVEL CLERICAL:


Thelma Mitchell Your SS# goes here

000 Smokey Drive
Lake City, ID 00000
Home Phone: 000-000-0000
0000000@aol.com

OBJECTIVE
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WORK EXPERIENCE

Lake City Public Works
125 Main Street
Lake City, ID 00000
12-1985 to 5-2003
Salary: $3333 per month
Hours per week: 40.

Clerk Typist II.
Duties: SUPERVISED: Three subordinates in office administration. Supervised the payroll and inventory management programs. Composed and prepared documents for Administrator's signature, including letters, reports and memoranda. Calculated a variety of chemical formulas and maintained a computerized database of information. Made travel arrangements for Administrator and office staff. Prepared payroll documentation for the office. Determined office equipment needs and sourced new and replacement office technology equipment. Prepared invoices for accounts receivable; received and tracked payments. Managed accounts payable, tracking due dates and preparing payments. ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Coordinated all arrangements for the EPA Region VI symposium. Developed the agenda, made arrangements for hotel accommodations, group meals, speakers, registration and administration volunteers, conference literature and registrants' fee collection. Designed artwork for Earth Day promotions such as printed posters and t-shirts. Assisted in preparing Significant Industrial User's report for EPA.
Supervisor: Jorge Dobai, 000-000-0000. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Stay home with child.

Lake City Police Department
100 Main Street
Lake City, ID 00000
10-1982 to 12-1985
Salary: $1175 per month
Hours per week: 40.

Clerk Typist II (Computer Operator).
Duties: Responded to phone calls and walk-in inquiries from the general public. Referred callers and walk-ins to appropriate office or assisted them with information and guidance on office procedures, as appropriate. Conducted background checks on offenders using the NCIC computer database system. Entered data on offenders to computer databases. Compiled data files on offenders and organized case files for rapid retrieval by staff members. Prepared office payroll documents. Prepared documentation for Lieutenant on duty to bond out offenders.
Supervisor: , 225-389-3134. OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Promotion.

City Court Probation & Rehabilitation Office
4781 Cedar Crest Blvd
Lake City, ID 00000
U.S.
2-1981 to 10-1982
Salary: $1050 per month
Hours per week: 40.

Clerk Typist I.
Duties: Compiled and organized documentation for criminal files. Greeted visitors and answered questions regarding office procedures and policies. Made referrals of inquiries to appropriate staff. Answered phones and referred calls as appropriate. Typed letters and miscellaneous correspondence for supervisors. Transported files between City and State Police offices.
Supervisor: , OK to contact Supervisor. Reason for Leaving: Promotion.

EDUCATION
Highest level achieved: Some elementary school.
BA (in progress), University of Phoenix, Baton Rouge, LA, U.S., Anticipated 2008, Major: Business. Total Hours: 12, System: Semester.
Baton Rouge Community College, Baton Rouge, LA, U.S., Major: General Education. Total Hours: 13, System: Semester.


AWARDS, HONORS, MEMBERSHIPS
Rookie of the Year Award.
Franchisee of the Year Award.
Outstanding Achievement in Charity Work.
SKILLS
Office administration; Inventory management; Written communication; Office procedures; Office equipment; Computer software: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, databases; Supervision and management; Organization; Multi-tasking; Police administrative procedures; Customer service; Payroll documentation; Filing

Thelma Mitchell Your SS# goes here


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