92Y Unit Supply Specialist at 2-108th Infantry Battalion, New York Army National Guard
Supervises or performs duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of expendable supplies and equipment. Prepares and maintains organizational supply records and forms; receives and inspects inventories for future deliveries; maintains accounting system associated with supply management; secures and controls supplies; uses computer applications in work assignments; practices general clerical procedures. Provides technical guidance in areas of supply management; reviews records and information documents for accuracy and completeness; coordinates supply activities; posts transactions to organization and installation property books and supporting transaction files. Uses general supervisory skills to assist others in performing supply and inventory control management duties; reviews records and documents for accuracy; recommends professional development activities for subordinates; assists and advises supply officer and commander.
April 2009 - February 2015
11B Infantry Squad Leader at 2-108th Infantry Battalion, New York Army National Guard
Leads, supervises, and serves as a member of an infantry unit of 10-20 persons, employing individual weapons, machine guns, and antiarmor weapons in offensive and defensive ground combat. Uses individual infantry weapons; lays field wire; performs basic communications functions and operates communication equipment; utilizes camouflage to conceal weapons and personnel; constructs minor fortifications; performs land navigation; performs preventive maintenance on weapons, equipment, and some vehicles; makes verbal reports; administers first aid; operates wheeled vehicles to transport personnel, supplies, and equipment.
Serves as a team leader, directing deployment and employment of personnel; supervises maintenance and construction activities; reads, interprets, and collects intelligence information; distributes administrative and training documents; trains subordinate personnel; evaluates terrain and supervises the emplacement of sighting and firing all assigned weapons; uses maps and map overlays, performs intersection and resection, and determines elevation and grid azimuths.
April 2009 - February 2015
Division Commercial Sales Manager at Advance Auto Parts Inc. (AAP)
Developed and lead a sales team of outside, business to business sales professionals to achieve sales and customer experience goals. Responsible and accountable for the overall Commercial Sales Program results in the assigned territory, with emphasis on retaining and growing sales from existing Commercial customers. Responsible for the recruitment, development, training and performance management of a group of Commercial Account Managers (CAMs) who are assigned to retention and growth of existing customers as well as acquisition of new business.
September 2004 - August 2006
19D Cavalry Scout at New York Army National Guard
Leads, serves, or assists as a member of a scout crew, squad, section, or platoon in reconnaissance security and other combat operations. Serves as a member of observation and listening team; gathers and reports information on terrain features, enemy strength, disposition, and equipment; loads, cleans, and fires weapons; identifies targets; requests and adjusts indirect and aerial fire; operates wheeled and tracked vehicles and communications equipment; uses maps and map symbols; navigates on ground; uses compass and distinguishes topographic features; assists in firing of crew- served weapons; assists mechanics and makes minor repairs on scout vehicles and tanks; performs first aid and applies field sanitation methods; uses radiac instruments and chemical detection kits. Supervises scout vehicle crew or assists squad leader; selects, organizes, and supervises operation of observation and listening posts; prepares, distributes, and files operations and intelligence information; coordinates actions of vehicles with platoon and supporting elements; supervises request, receipt, storage, and issue of ammunition. Supervises scout squad or section; directs tactical deployment; leads in combat; supervises maintenance of assigned vehicles and equipment; evaluates routes, assembly areas, and positioning for mounted combat operations
June 2002 - August 2004
MP Military police at U.S. Army War College
Military Police protect lives and property on Army installations by enforcing military laws and regulations, as well as controlling traffic, preventing crime, and responding to emergencies. Military Police are responsible for providing support to the battlefield by conducting Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations.
Duties performed by Soldiers in this MOS include:
Performs as a team member in support of battlefield operations, installation law and order operations and security of Army resources and installations. Leads military police teams in support of battlefield operations and leads and supervises small sections in support of security and installation law and order operations.
February 2002 - January 2003
Store Manager at Advance Auto Parts Inc. (AAP)
Responsible for inspiring our team, helping our customers succeed and growing our business with integrity. Professional level sales and management, supporting functions on both sides of the business. Firm understanding of store systems, automotive systems, parts knowledge and ability to identify, trouble shoot and project assist for DIY. Responsible for developing and maintaining commercial customer relationships and program growth. Is accountable for achieving financial metrics and maintaining service and appearance standards.
March 2000 - September 2004
M1 Armor Crewman at New York Army National Guard
Serves as a member, and supervises or leads members of an M1 armor unit in offensive and defensive combat operations. Drives tank; loads and fires main gun; exercises techniques of land navigation; reads and interprets maps; secures, prepares, and stows ammunition; installs and dismantles antennas; prepares and operates communications equipment; assists in target detection and identification; prepares range finder for operation; performs operator maintenance on turret, weapons, controls, and communications equipment; conducts operational checks; assists mechanics and makes minor repairs on tank turrets and components. Inspects tank and turret components of platoon vehicles for malfunctions; assists in the training readiness of platoon drivers and the proficiency of gunners and loaders; reads and processes operational data.
November 1997 - June 2002
1833 AAV Crew Chief at United States Marine Corps
As members of an AAV crew or unit, AAV crewmen perform various duties incident to the operation and maintenance of assault amphibious vehicles and the upped gunned weapons, station (UGWS) M2 4OMM/50 CAL M2. AAV crewman prepare AAVs for the tactical transportation of troops and equipment during ship to shore movement and subsequent operations ashore.
August 1993 - August 1997