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Jamie Harwick

Jamie Harwick

First Sergeant

United States Air Force

Tucson, AZ

First Sergeant in the United States Air Force

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United States Air Force

First Sergeant

The first sergeant works directly for and derive their authority from the unit commander at home station, deployed commander when deployed, and serves as the commander’s critical link within the unit for all matters concerning enlisted members. As the vital link between the commander, enlisted personnel and support agencies, the first sergeant must ensure the enlisted force understands the commander’s policies, goals, and objectives and must also ensure support agencies, i.e., securi forces, civil engineer, medical facilities, services, etc., are responsive to the needs of unit personnel and their families. Additionally, first sergeants are accountable to respond to the needs of unit members 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and may at times, be required to work long and irregular hours, travel extensively to and from mission destinations. They must remain vigilant for, and use the necessary authority to resolve issues that, left unchecked, would adversely impact readiness. The first sergeant principally leads outside the operational chain of command. Specifically, first sergeants communicate with unit leadership, supervisors and members to ensure discipline is equitably maintained and morale, welfare, and health needs for the enlisted force are met. The first sergeant serves as the commander’s advisor on personnel programs, career progression, family needs, financial matters, family and unaccompanied housing, details, Professional Military Education (PME), recognition programs and any additional needs required by the commander. Furthermore, the first sergeant will perform quality force reviews and ensure timely processing of performance reports, awards, decorations, promotions, classification actions, quality control and disciplinary actions . The first sergeant must ensure unit members are prepared to deploy while maintaining their own personal readiness.

Career medium 05
Career

Desert Southwest Conference

President, South District United Methodist Men

http://www.gcumm.org/files/27/DistrictPresidentJobDescriptions.pdf

Man In The Mirror

Field Trainer

Provided disciplship training, seminars for men's events/retreats, resources and 1 on 1 consultations. Served churches within a few hundred miles of Tucson.

Career medium 01

United States Air Force

Unaccompanied Housing Superintendant

- Advises commanders, chiefs, and first sergeants on matters of health, morale & welfare of dormitory residents
- Manages dorm occupancy rates & initiates authority for single rate basic allowance for housing entitlements
- Leads the FW Commander's Quarters Improvement Committee and Installation Dormitory Committee programs
- Accountable for daily computer operations; dormitory primary listings; furnishings and quarterly dorm metrics

Career

St Paul's United Methodist Church

President, United Methodist Men

http://www.gcumm.org/files/15/LocalPresjobdescrip.pdf

Career medium 01

USAF

Executive Assistant to the Command Chief Master Sergeant

- Responsible for the leadership/management of all administrative functions in the office of the 355 FW/CCC
- Guides/leads CCC's daily calendar; works all travel, lodging, and transportation/travel voucher arrangements
- Works directly w/leadership in the FW/12 AF/ACC, local government and professional/private organizations
- Solely responsible for the leadership/management/execution of DM AFB Annual/Quarterly Awards Program

Career

USAF

Conventional Munitions Maintenance Midshift Supervisor

Lead 10 Airmen; directed assembly, maintenance, test & inspection of conventional munitions valued at $74M. Directed/controled periodic inspection/maintenance of assigned munitions test/handling equipment worth $1.6M. Managed shop records, composite tool kit, facility, safety, hazardous material and hazardous waste programs. Briefed applicable portion of munitions employment plan; ensures compliance with safety & technical directives

Career medium 05
Career
Career medium 03

USAF

Asst. NCOIC Munitions Training

Managed and tracked training requirements for 90 assigned conventional and nuclear weapons personnel. Conducted and designed individual training courses using visual information media, computer-based systems, and classroom information for the following classes: explosive safety, nuclear surety certification, intrinsic radiation, forklift and lift truck operation, entry control point procedures, and munitions security. Maintained and updated master training documents in accordance with Air Force publications. Oversaw daily administration of flight training data, resources, and records. Coordinated 10 elements to standardize Career Field Education and Training Plan requirements. Assisted element in managing qualification training through use of training databases and products. Coordinated with unit training managers to ensure all training programs were current and alligned with Air Force Instructions and local policies.

Career

USAF

Munitions Systems Instructor

Was responsible for initial educational development of entry-level and retraining students, Airman Basic through Senior Master Sergeant. Intructed, motivated, and instilled Air Force Core Values and munitions concepts for over 1,500 trainees annually. Supervised the continuous updating of course material and maintained technical orders, Air Force instructions, lesson plans, and supervised the maintenance and upkeep of facilities, classrooms, and computer systems for the course. Formulated proposals, implemented changes, and revised course material to include writing and reviewing lesson plans, study guides, workbooks, and written tests. Provided classroom lecture to instruct trainees on driving and operating munitions handling equipment and evaluated trainee progress, administered tests, conducted counseling, and maintained trainee records.

Career medium 04
Career

American Public University System

Interdisciplinary Studies

Community College of the Air Force

Certification, Occupational Instructor

Community College of the Air Force

Associate of Applied Science, Instructor of Technology and Military Science

Community College of the Air Force

Associate in Applied Science, Munitions Systems Technology

Liberty University

Master of Arts (MA), Christian Leadership