Human Resource Director Resume Sample

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Seventeen plus years’ combined experience in operations and training as a program developer, advisor, maintenance manager, logistics specialist, and Director and Senior instructor for the US Army Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) School. Keen ability to retrieve data for studies, projects and reports. Skilled in written communications to prepare correspondence reports and briefings. Multi-lingual: speak fluent German, French and English, speak some Turkish and Greek. Currently hold a military Secret Clearance. Proficient in the following:

• Public Speaking / Classes • Emergency Response • Developing Plans / Procedures
• Analyst • Collateral Safety • Exercise Design
• Liaison • Hazardous Materials • Customer Service
• Linguist • Security • Identify, Develop & Monitor
• Team Leader / Supervisor • Equipment Training • Coach / Mentor
  • Planned and executed successful and training for organizations totaling over 1,800 employees. Envisioned, designed, and executed projects and programs without start points.
  • Maintained excellent oral and written skills. Adapt at  interpreting and explaining, in lay terms, complex requirements and contingency plans. Experienced public speaker and briefer that maintains excellent poise. Wrote SOPs, policies, procedures, technical reports, classroom curriculum, and emergency plans.


Supervisor Meridian Middle School / Supervisory Sales Clerk, Navy Exchange 2005 to 2006
  • Monitored the behavior, and ensured the safety and security for over 450 middle school children both indoors and outdoors.
  • Supervised sales clerks, and store workers. Provided assignments, on-the-job training, orientation and instructions on policies and procedures.
United States Army / Department of Defense Civilian 1980 to 2004
Manager / Course Director Nuclear, Biological, & Chemical Operations (NBC) 1998 to 2004

Heidelberg, Germany / Fort Brag, North Carolina

Civilian First Line Supervisor over 3 civilian employees to oversee and manage the operational and administrative functions required to install NBC school.  Performed technical and administrative supervision for the overall planning of training operations. Directed day-to-day training activities and made military and civilian work assignments. Ensured manpower, submitted and completed timecards, coordinated maintenance for facilities, and training devices. Ensured instructors were knowledgeable in the subject matter and logistic requirements were met.

  • Military: Course Director and Senior Instructor for the NBC Defense Course.  Personally trained over 1,500 senior managers. Planned organized, and coordinated all logistical and administrative functions for 12 courses conducted annually in Italy and Germany. Calculated all administrative student testing requirements and selected honor and distinguished honor graduates. Directed operations and managed the professional development, administration, Human Resources, and training of over 50 personnel.
  • Advised Senior Staff for matters pertaining to training and readiness Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), operations, and force protection. Guided senior management and staff in continuous appraisal of operations and training situations.
  • Served as the subject matter expert in updating and implementing new equipment and lessons into the 80 hours Defense Course.
  • Supervised automation upgrades resulting in accessible resource improvements from 65% to 95%.
Training Manager / Operations Manager / Intelligence Officer 1995 to 1998

Heidelberg, Germany
Directed the coordination of all Department of Army schools in a medical organization with six subordinate elements and totaling over 1,863 personnel. Advised senior management regarding all aspects of readiness.

  • Planned all aspects of training and school functions. Consolidated and published the outline for the Primary Leadership Development Course. Maintained extensive short and long range training calendars.
  • Designed senior level training. Trained major organizations on readiness. Conducted site assistance visits for subordinate units.
  • Created a well-received inspection checklist. Established and wrote a Standard Operating Procedure—the first ever for the organization.
  • Managed the accountability and requisitions of supplies and equipment.
NBC / Environmental Protection Manager, Various worldwide locations 1986 to 1995


Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

Bachelor Education Workforce and Development (GPA 4.0) 2006

College of Lake County, Grayslake, IL

Associate Arts (AA), (GPA 3.75) 2006

In-House Training

  • Awareness and Preparedness
  • Manager’s Development Course (MDC)
  • Leaders Education and Development Course (LEAD)
  • Human Resources (HR) Tools for Supervisors Course
  • Level I Antiterrorism Training
  • Professional in Emergency Management
  • Emergency Program Manager (FEMA)
  • Advanced Defense Operations and Exercise Planning Course(Leadership, Briefings)
  • Instructor Course (Public Speaking), Exceeded Standards
  • Quality Management Training


Instructor · Radiological Safety Officer · Master Fitness

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