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  1. 1. Andrew Way 7488 State Route 291 P.O. Box 76 Stittville, NY 13469 (315)617-2788 SUMMARY: Highly professional, organized, detail oriented self starter with 22 years leadership experience in numerous career enhancing positions. Strongly versed in tracking details, communicating deadlines, and managing multiple tasks in a fast-paced working environment. Adept at assessing needs, generating options, and implementing solutions in collaboration with all stakeholders. KEY QUALIFICATIONS:  Secret Clearance  Explore Solutions  Communicate with others/groups  Problem Solving  Leadership  Attention to detail  Conflict Resolution  Military Experience  Military Development  Counterterrorism  First Aid  Performance Management  Multitasking  Team Building  Demolitions  Ordnance Disposal  Data Analysis  Microsoft Office EXPERIENCE United States Army, Watertown, NY 2014- Present Director (Non Commisioned Officer in Charge), Counter Improvised Explosive Defeat Center  Supervise the instructor and training of 75 personnel, 3 times per week  Reviews and updates course curriculum to keep it relevant and current.  Responsible for the training of the New England States up to 35k personnel.  Maintains and accounts for $17.5m of equipment  Sustains three training facilities
  2. 2. United States Army, Watertown, NY 2011-2014 Operations Manager (Sergeant), Division Engineer Center.  Developed and analyzed company procedures, policies and operating guidelines.  Developed training strategies and briefings.  Worked in groups and small teams on numerous projects.  Communicated to all levels of management on a daily basis. United States Army, Leesville, LA 2009-2011 Senior Observer Coach Trainer at the Joint Readiness Training Center  Implemented training strategy for 32 man teams, over 30 day periods, resulting in increased job performance over the course of a 3 year period  Maintained accountability of over 5million dollars of equipment over a 3 year period.  Mentored 42 Lieutenants (Mid-level managers) on ways to improve and streamline their techniques and procedures. United States Army, Watertown, NY 2007-2009 Platoon Sergeant (Mid-Level Manager) ofCombat Engineer Platoon  Direct supervision of 32 personnel, responsible for their health welfare and safety.  Maintained accountability, serviceability and fiscal responsibilityof $16.2m of equipment over a 2 year period.  Developed Solutions to complex problems while maintaining safe roadways for travel in Iraq. United States Army, Watertown, NY 2006-2007 Company Operations Sergeant, Engineer Company  EDUCATION  Battle Staff  Combat Engineer Senior Leader Course  Combat Engineer Advanced Leader Course  Warrior leader Course  Jefferson Community College 52 Credit hours in Individual Studies projected Associates Degree by 1 Dec 2015
  3. 3.  Anti-Terrorism Officer Course  Combat Lifesaver  Air Assault Course  Sapper Leader Course  Mountain Leader Advanced Rifle Marksmanship  Engineer Explosive Ordinance Clearance Agent  Route Reconnaissance Route Clearance leader course