City Manager Resume Sample

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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

City Manager
U.S. Army, Fort Riley, KS
June 2002–Present

Effectively managed an Army installation of 100,000 acres, 130-bed hospital, 6 schools, 2000+ buildings, 5 chapels, and an annual operating budget of $143 million for a community of 27,000 personnel. Supervised 14 service support directorates providing administration, facility engineering, recreation, legal assistance, public safety and security, community service, installation safety, long-range planning and training, and mobilization support for reserve component units. Management of construction and renovation projects dramatically improved the infrastructure across the installation to include a $4M state-of-the-art conference center renovation and $100M in barracks conversion. Reinvigorated Morale, Welfare, and Recreation business programs and produced the most profitable operations in the Region.

Professor
U.S. Naval War College, Newport , RI
June 2000–June 2002

Taught strategy and force planning that prepared senior military staff officers to implement national security strategy, force planning procedures, and strategic leadership of large Department of Defense (DOD) organizations. Served as an exceptional role model for subordinates, peers, and superiors. Authored several key teaching sessions in the curriculum, taught the school’s international students, and guest lectured the Navy’s senior noncommissioned officer academy. Single-handedly developed and ran the college’s athletic program that provided students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to build relationships and to learn in an environment outside the classroom.

Battalion Commander
U.S. Army, Bosnia and Fort Carson, CO
October 1997–May 1999

Effectively planned, prepared, and resourced an organization consisting of 592 personnel, oversaw the preparation and sustainment of more than $250M in assigned vehicles and equipment, and an annual budget of $1.2M. Deftly balanced the training, daily activities, maintenance management, and budget which successfully prepared and deployed the organization to Bosnia and conducted a seamless transfer of authority with another similar organization. Personally created an exceptional command climate and professionalism that stimulated young leaders.

Battalion Commander
U.S. Army, Kuwait and Fort Carson, CO
November 1996–September 1997

Assumed command of a unit not yet formed for deployment 45 days later. Through force of will, insight, and meticulous planning, prepared a 1200-soldier diverse task force to form a disciplined organization that set records for equipment draw despite temperatures over 130 degrees. Showed remarkable concern for soldiers by establishing rock-solid soldier care and quality of life programs to preserve and protect the force. Developed tactical skills in the officer and non-commissioned officer corps by challenging them to meet and exceed personal expectations that focused on a relentless training pace and leader certification program.

Chief, Operations and Organizations Division
U.S. Army, Fort McPherson, GA
May 1995–November 1996

Subject matter expert for the Task Force XXI and Division XXI Advanced Warfighting experiments that created the future design and fielding of the 21st Century Army. Also served as the primary advisor on armored operations, training management, and information operations. Willing to make tough calls and then be convincing when challenged. Provided timely and accurate guidance to the senior leadership of the Army’s Forces Command and Training and Doctrine Command. Developed a unique rapport with all major Army commands which facilitated the coordination and execution of a vast variety of details and related tasks. Developed, exclusively through personal analysis and recommendation, an innovative initiative identification and tracking process. Gave dozens of briefings to audiences ranging from international officers to four-star generals and was highly complimented in every case.

EDUCATION and TRAINING

  • Graduate, U.S. Army War College, 1 year, Carlisle, PA
  • Master Degree, Strategy, U.S. Army War College , Carlisle, PA
  • Master Degree, Management, Webster University, St. Louis, MO
  • Graduate, Command and General Staff College, 1 year, U.S. Army, Fort Leavenworth, KS

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