IT Project Manager: CV Example

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OBJECTIVES To increase my knowledge on emerging field for its application working as a planner and project manager for the United States Government

To apply my knowledge and volunteer at various community fields

To share best practices with other experts in emerging fields solving different complex problems

MILITARY SERVICE Lieutenant Colonel/Chief of Information Operations Section, United States Army

Top Secret Security Clearance

LEADERSHIP Joint Planner for Information Operations Programs and Exercises

Lead Officer: Strategic Planning

Lead Officer: Project Integration and Synchronization

EXPERIENCE August 2012 Present

Chief of Information Operations, US Army, Japan Headquarters

Maintain direct responsibility including oversight of a staff of four, for all aspects of information operations planning, synchronization and execution in support of United States Army, Japan (USARJ) operations, contingencies and experiences. Serve as the Lead Advisor to the Commanding General and Operations Officer on the integration harmonization and coordination of Inform and Influence Activities to ensure seamless support to all lines of efforts and events. Manage Key and Senior Leader Engagements, promote bilateral events and provide administrative and operational support to various working groups at the joint, bilateral and army level.

August 2011 July 2012

Deputy Information Operation Officer, 8th US Army Headquarters

Directly responsible for all aspects of Information Operations (IO) planning synchronization and execution in support of US Army Operations, contingencies and exercises across the full spectrum of armistice, crisis and war. Provided leadership, direction and oversight to a 24-person team responsible for supplying Military Information Support to Operations (MISO) as well as Civilian Planners, Analysts and Linguists. Operation Officer with regard to the integration, synchronization and coordination of IO to ensure seamless support to all eight lines of operations, efforts and activities.

June 2009 May 2010

G7 Operation Officer, US Army Pacific Command (USARPAC) Headquarters

Coordinated, synchronized and integrated Computer Network and Psychological Operations, Civil and Public Affairs, Military Deception and Electronic Warfare in support of USARPAC commands in Alaska, Hawaii, Japan and throughout possessions and trust territories administrated by the United States. Provided IO support to military initiatives and peacetime engagements in order to promote regional stability and peacekeeping operations. Conducted and coordinated IO efforts in support of four major theater partnership exercises in the Pacific. Participated in Asia-Pacific Subject Matter Expert (SME) programs in order to enhance and promote Pacific Command (PACOM) and USARPAC IO strategic objectives.

June 2008 June 2009

Information Operations Officer, 2/25 Stryker Brigade Combat Team

Spearheaded all IO for a large brigade consisting of four Stryker infantry battalions, one Cavalry squadron, one field artillery battalion, one brigade support battalion and five separate companies deployed to conduct combat and counter-insurgency operations in Iraq; provided ongoing direction, leadership, accountability and mentoring to a team of 10. Advised the Commander on offensive and defensive information operations to achieve information superiority across the full spectrum conflict. Served as Supervisor to a team of ten soldiers and civilians in the Information Operations cell responsible for planning, synchronizing and de-conflicting all core, supporting elements and related activities of IO. Selected to take on the roles of Planner and Coordinator for Electronic Warfare as well as Operational Security (OPSEC) and Public Affairs Officer during garrison operations.

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE Software: SharePoint, Microsoft Office

Operating Systems: Windows 7, 8; MAC OS X

Military Systems: JOEPS, Command Post of the Future (CPOF); SIPRNet; NIPRNet; Joint WorldWide Intelligence Communication Systems (JWICS); Non-Combatant Tracking System (NTS); Global Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System (G-TSCMIS); Joint Operational Planning and Execution System

PERSONAL QUALITIES Sustainability, responsibility, high degree of organization, self-determination, critical thinking, logical thinking

COMPETENCIES Strategic leadership, project planning, management, program creation, partnership building, bilateral and team collaboration, budgetary oversight, staff supervision and training, information coordination, administrative and operational support, resource assessment, allocation, performance improvementAWARDS & HONORS 2013

Chief of Information Operations, US Army, Japan Headquarters

Promotion to Lieutenant Colonel

2012

Deputy Information Operation Officer, 8th US Army Headquarters

Awarded a Meritorious Service Medal (MSM) and earned accolades from the Commanding General for the support at various exercises

2010

G7 Operation Officer, US Army Pacific Command (USARPAC) Headquarters

Received a MSM award for excellence serving in the duty position

PROFESSIONAL TRAININGS Joint Planners Qualification 2014

Graduate, Command and General Staff College (CGSC) 2011

Special Technical Operations (STO) 2011

FA30 Information Operations 2007

Electronic Warfare 2006

Signal Officer Basic and Advance 2000

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