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Jose-Daniel Rosado

Jose-Daniel Rosado

Section Leader

US Army

Staff Sergeant at US Army

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U.S. Army

Section Leader

Section Leader in a Combined Arms Battalion Scout Platoon; responsible for the discipline, training, morale, health, welfare, and tactical deployment of 14 Soldier Section of combat and contingency operations; responsible for all assigned equipment and sub-components to include equipment assigned to the individual and section; responsible for maintenance and mission readiness of on M3A2 Cavalry Fighting Vehicle, and two HMMWV's to include all sub-components worth in excesses of $15,000,000; controls section movement when conducting Route/Area/Zone reconnaissance.

Developed, Implemented, and created a Leadership book for the Squadron of 500+ personnel which enabled the junior leaders the ability to track personnel information. Developed a program on Sexual Harassment Awareness and Prevention for a Battalion consisting of over 5000 personnel from the ground up to include writing the Standard Operating Procedure. Trained and conducted follow on training for over 900 personnel on Sexual Harassment Awareness and Prevention. Tracked, Coordinated, and scheduled the commander’s interviews for military drivers licensing for over 250 personnel and maintained an up to date, easy filing system for all the licenses and other documentation. Certified to administer urinalysis to include documentation, verification, and maintaining accurate records. Supervised and maintained 15,000,000,000 dollars worth of Government equipment to include an M2A3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle, two Hummer's, and all the equipment inherent to the vehicles.

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Career
Career medium 03

U.S. Army

Staff Sergeant

Combat Operations for Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation New Dawn. Trained, Lead, and Mentored over 55 personnel to overcome adversity and fear during high stress situation. Trained and Qualified over 1000 personnel on the M4 Carbine Rifle, The M9 Pistol, the M2 .50 caliber machine gun, the M249 sub-machine gun. Detailed incident reports and de-briefs on significant events for investigation disseminated to senior leadership.

Career

U.S. Army

Section Leader

Coordinated and completed over 5,000 school and training applications for the Squadron consisting of over 4,500 personnel to include coordinating, filing, and tracking enrolled students throughout the United States and Europe. Saved the Squadron 400,000 dollars through thorough research and networking with airline company's, hotels, and car rental company's. Collected, evaluated, and reported inelegance information distributed to all senior headship. Trained 20+ personnel to be 100% proficient with a computer based reporting system saving the company +/-190,000 dollars on contractors. Maintained, Repaired, installed, and up dated Software and Hardware components used in anti-signal and frequency jamming for over 300 tactical vehicles.

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Career
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U.S. Army

Squad Leader

Certified Mail/Postal handler for over 200 personnel to include pickup and delivery as well as storage, maintaining all writing government and postal laws. Human Resources Manager, In and out processing of personnel, filing all records and document to include Awards, Quarterly Reports, Disciplinary Reports, Personnel Actions, Command Sponsorship, Pay, Legal, all Certification, and training documents. Proof read and corrected over 100 Leadership evaluation reports and over 500 awards. Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Power Point, Publisher, Outlook, as well as the Digital Training Management System, EMILPO, and MEDPOS. Maintained the medical files of over 200 personnel as a Dental Liaison. Coordinated and managed movement for over 200 personnel, 16 M1A1 Abrams Tanks, 15 M998 Hummers, and all the equipment to include the vehicles weapons systems. 

Career

Walgreens

Pharmacy Technician

Receive written prescription or refill requests and verify that information is complete and accurate. Maintain proper storage and security conditions for drugs. Answer telephones, responding to questions or requests. Fill bottles with prescribed medications and type and affix labels. Assist customers by answering simple questions, locating items or referring them to the pharmacist for medication information. Price and file prescriptions that have been filled. Clean, and help maintain, equipment and work areas, and sterilize glassware according to prescribed methods. Establish and maintain patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients. Order, label, and count stock of medications, chemicals, and supplies, and enter inventory data into computer. Receive and store incoming supplies, verify quantities against invoices, and inform supervisors of stock needs and shortages.
Transfer medication from vials to the appropriate number of sterile, disposable syringes, using aseptic techniques. Add measured drugs or nutrients to intravenous solutions under sterile conditions to prepare intravenous (IV) packs under pharmacist supervision. Supply and monitor robotic machines that dispense medicine into containers, and label the containers. Prepare and process medical insurance claim forms and records. Mix pharmaceutical preparations according to written prescriptions. Operate cash registers to accept payment from customers. Compute charges for medication and equipment dispensed to hospital patients, and enter data in computer. Deliver medications and pharmaceutical supplies to patients, nursing stations or surgery. Price stock and mark items for sale. Maintain and merchandise home health-care products and services.

Career medium 05
Career
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Shell Oil Company

General Manager

Responsible for the planning, organization, direction, control and evaluation of the gas station, and will provide merchandise and services on a retail basis. The Gas Station Assistant Manager is expected to market ideas to promote business; reduce employee turnover; maintain revenue and payroll budgets; and meet budgeted productivity while keeping quality consistently high.

Plan, direct and evaluate the operations of the gas station Manage staff and assign duties Study market research and trends to determine consumer demand, potential sales volumes and effect of competitors’ operations on sales Determine merchandise and services to be sold, and implement price and credit policies. Locate, select, and procure merchandise for resale, Develop and implement marketing strategies. Utilize and cooperate with required customer appreciation and incentive programs Plan budgets and authorize expenditures Resolve customer complaints Determine staffing requirements and hire or oversee hiring of staff Orientate each new hire on the basics of the facility and explain the training schedule Enforce all corporate, local, and state policies and procedures Create and maintain employee schedules Review timecards and employee schedules, ensure all shifts are covered Submit bi-weekly payroll info (time cards, payroll changes, new hires, and terminations) Enforce progressive discipline policy with counseling sessions and written warnings when necessary.

Career

Smoky Hill High School

Diploma, General Studies

Central Texas College

Associates in Science, Engineering

After completing my Associates in Science at Central Texas College I will continue my education at Texas A&M University. My goal is to work in a robotics field with prosthetic. The long term goal is to work for DARPA or MIT.

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Education