District Director Resume Sample

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Northeast District Director position for Cooperative Extension, UW-Extension.



Proven leader for both small and large organizations. Dynamic trainer with a unique ability to get others to exceed normal expectations for individual and group performance. Started and completed multi-faceted projects on time, for the least cost, in a safe manner. Blended a special forte for balancing complex problems with strong leadership skills, impeccable integrity, and a solid work ethic.    



Rationalized and institutionalized a resource allocation program to maximize readiness and mission accomplishment. Effectively managed scarce personnel and financial resources as the United States Military Academy’s Engineer and Director of Housing and Public Works with a Directorate Staff of more than 650 personnel and an annual program exceeding $120 million. Supervised all planning, programming, designing, budgeting construction, and maintenance operations.  



Subordinate leaders and blue-collar workers were afforded far more education and training opportunities both on and off a military installation than in previous years.   Assessed the capabilities of my subordinates and built, coached, and trained them to identify problems and create innovative, practical solutions to solve them. Forged cohesive, professional teams that include individuals from diverse backgrounds, races, sex, and educational levels.      



A visionary that remains focused, systematic, and aggressive when planning and executing infrastructure and improvements. An individual that makes things happen, and the results of my work is clearly visible and appreciated as expressed by the highest levels of Army leaders. Mentored 56 subordinate senior managers, made safety second nature for each supervisor and employee, adhered to EPA and OSHA environmental laws, and resolved labor issues. Earned the respect of soldiers and commanders at all echelons through effective communications and being a superb trainer/coach/teacher. Emphasized the need to get parochial interests to share resources and develop mutual education programs.  



Effectively decentralized decision-making authority thereby improving project planning to execution time significantly while productivity and quality proportionately increased. Managed the training for more than 40,000 Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines for the Department of Defense. Renovated all housing, dining, and administrative facilities within the organization.  



Served as the driving force that developed a politically sensitive Republic of Korea-US cost sharing agreement that captured the total support of the Korean Institute for Defense Analysis and Headquarters, US Forces Korea. Obtained Department of the Army support for West Point’s Operations and Maintenance buy-out program and family housing master plan.      



Assistant Division Commander, United States Army, Fort Hood, TX, August 2002–May 2004


Director of Housing and Public Works, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, July 1999–July 2002


Brigade Commander, United States Army Engineer School, Fort McClellan, AL, July 1997–July 1999


Chief, Engineer Plans Division, Combined Forces Command, Seoul, South Korea, July 1996–July 1997


Battalion Commander, United States Army, Fort Carson, CO, June 1993–June 1995


Director of Public Works, United States Army, Fort Harrison, IN, April 1991–September 1992



Master of Science, National Resource Strategy, National Defense University, Washington, DC, 1996


Master of Science, Construction Management, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, 1981


Bachelor of Arts, Economics, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 1974

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