by Michael G. Robling
(Fort Hood, TX, USA)
Emergency Planning and Disaster Management Resume from Michael Robling
Objective: Seeking a position as a leader in Emergency Planning and Disaster Management.
Summary of Qualifications: Results oriented self-starter with diverse management background with experience in planning, operations, programs, safety and training of over 178 personnel.
Possess strong time management skills and can efficiently prioritize tasks. Responsible, honest, hardworking, and punctual. Adapts quickly to new situations and performs duties in a friendly and knowledgeable manner.
Works successfully and communicates effectively with staff members. Possesses a strong belief in safety and is a team builder who motivates people to excel. Currently possess a Department of Defense Secret Clearance valid through October 2015.
Education: Actively pursuing an Undergraduate degree in Emergency and Disaster Management through American Military University with semester hours target completion date of March 2013.
Associates degree in Social Science, Barstow College, March 2008.
Executive Manager, Fort Hood, Texas (November 2010 – Present)
- Advised and directed the professional development, training, health, welfare and safety of six Officers, 56 Non-commissioned Officers and 110 enlisted Soldiers.
- Provides guidance for the maintenance program of over $150,000,000 of organizational and theatre provided equipment.
- Supervised company administration and the care and maintenance of the barracks, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical room, and supply room.
- Implemented and managed a vigorous physical training and weight control program reducing the number of physical fitness test failures by 78%.
- Superior engineer knowledge and judgment guided 56 Non-commissioned Officers with mission driven leadership experience resulting in 100% mission and redeployment readiness.
- Meticulously ensured the secure logistical containerization of company equipment for 100% accountability during redeployment operations; emphasis on maintenance and safety resulted in 73 soldiers receiving Army drivers badges.
- Developed and maintained mission requirements and procedures, ensuring effective completion of over 900 engineer support operations.
- Developed and administered an effective professional development program resulting in an improvement of counseling administered by lower level leaders
- Inspired personnel to accomplish any mission regardless of conditions through constant mentorship and motivation.
Operations Officer/Mid-Level Manager
Fort Hood, Texas (November 2009 – November 2010).
-Supervised the maintenance and combat readiness of two tracked vehicles and five wheeled vehicles of various types as well as numerous sets, kits and outfits in excess of $3 million.
- Directed and resourced all aspects of the logistics, transportation and human resources preparations in support of movement to and the return of operations in support of national strategic operations.
- Unsurpassed attention to detail resulted in 100% accuracy of processing deployment readiness packets.
- Trained a team of soldiers in the function of an Intelligence Support Team resulting in being recognized for performance by Senior Civilian Trainer.
- Developed a company standard operating procedures for the Company Intelligence Support Team.
- Managed the loading of the company’s equipment for all training exercises in support of national strategic operation support resulting in 100% first time processing of paperwork.
- 100% maintenance and accountability of organizational equipment (dollar value of three million) with no damage results or loss of equipment.
- Successfully planned, resourced and facilitated six, ten hour missions per week enhancing the safety of governed area in support of national strategic operations.
Human Resources Trainer/Mentor, Fort Irwin, California (January 2007 - November 2009).
- Selected to serve as a subject matter to train multiple United States Army units in support of national strategic operations, responsible for training, coaching and providing feedback on performance through After Action Reviews.
- Commended by unit leaders on superb leadership and ability to influence soldiers to execute complex tasks.
- Team coordinator for multiple live fire and situational training exercises.
- Stressed and enforced safety which resulted in his team to log over 20,000 accident free miles in hazardous environment.
- Displayed expertise and communication skills on engineering operations resulting on being selected to escort distinguished visitors from foreign countries.
Previous Work History
-Drill Instructor, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 2001-2004.
-Section Sergeant, Fort Irwin, CA, 1999-2001.
Squad Leader, Fort Riley, KS, 1994-1999.
Vehicle Operator, Camp Howze, Korea 1992-1993
General Laborer, Fort Carson, CO, 1990-1992.
-Basic First Aid and First Responder Course, May 2011.
-Engineer- Explosive Ordnance Clearance Agent, October 2008.
-Composite Risk Management Course, Feb 2008.
-Route Reconnaissance Clearance Agent – Sapper Mar 2007.
-Unit Prevention Leader, June 2004.
-Small Unit Safety Officer, December 1999.
-Technical Transportation of Hazardous Materials, August 1997.
Equal Opportunity Leader, August 1996.
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