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Bryan Cheney
Bryan Cheney
Bryan CheneyOperations Manager at U.S. Army

• Rapidly identifies and corrects administrative and operational deficiencies. • Multi-faceted, experienced and confident leader who leads by example. • Expert trainer that trains to standard, not time; ensures trainees fully understand instruction and are equipped to train others. • Fluidly adapts to changes and prioritizes tasks to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

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Bryan M. Cheney
1698 Highway 341, Pontotoc, Mississippi 38863
(662) 297-8257
bryan.cheney83@gmail.com
SUMMARY
Twelve year U.S. Army veteran equipped to succeed in any environment against the most extreme
adversity. A consummate professional and insightful mentor accomplished in the transformation of entry
level personnel into highly skilled leaders. A driven leader with an established record of excellence
achieved through the construction and development of strong teams by maximizing individual potential
and team productivity.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
 Rapidly identifies and corrects administrative and operational deficiencies.
 Leads by example as a multi-faceted, experienced and confident leader.
 Ensures trainees fully understand instruction and are equipped to train others; expert trainer that
trains to standard, not time.
 Fluidly adapts to changes and prioritizes tasks to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
(U.S. Army: February 2004-Present)
Operations Manager April 2015-Present
Establishes and maintains personnel records, processes personnelactions, schedules service school
attendance,tracks training requirements, and ensures the timely submission of fair and accurate
evaluation reports for a 201 personnel organization.
 Developed tracking systems and standardized procedures that eliminated the loss of personnel
administrative actions, evaluations, and awards; increased administrative processing efficiency by
75% in one month.
 Provided key professional development courses for personnel in leadership roles ensuring
organizational train-the-trainer instructional standards.
 Adapted to new industry standards by tracking and enforcing mandatory online training ensuring
organization remained in compliance with new regulations.
 Prevented the loss of over $147,600 in hazardous duty incentive pay for 82 personnel by
adjusting policy to better reflect regulations.
 Identified and ceased hazardous duty incentive pay for 23 personnel saving the organization
$41,400.
Division Supervisor November 2011 – April 2015
Oversaw the training, administration, operations, logistics, and readiness of a 39-man team which
included 10 subordinate leaders. Responsible for the maintenance, accountability and serviceability of
equipment valued at $1,250,000.
 Prevented workplace accidents by incorporating composite risk management, encouraging safe
working practices and preserving company equipment; zero incidents despite harsh environments.
 Consistently assigned to lead the lowest performing teams. Transformed three teams with initial
poor performance into the most elite teams in the organization.
Bryan M. Cheney Page 2
 Initiated separation on 15 employees; encouraged retention of over 200 quality employees.
 Achieved mission success leading 39 personnel in over 16 named operations, two base closures,
and over 90 security patrols.
 Planned, resourced,developed, and instructed a Leadership Course for over 63 personnel.
Personally commended by the Chief Executive Officer for execution and professional
development of subordinate leaders.
 Developed operating procedures incorporating newly fielded equipment during a subordinate
leader’s absence; resulted in organizational trainers adapting and instructing these procedures.
First Line Supervisor November 2010 – November 2011
Oversaw the training, administration, operations, logistics, and readiness of a 20-man team which
included four subordinate leaders. Responsible for the maintenance, accountability and serviceability of
equipment valued at $8,500,000.
 Led team of 18 personnel to score 681 out of 700 possible points during annual training event,
achieving an expert rating.
 Rated sole expert team out of four total teams.
 Team was recognized as “Top Gun” for highest overall performance by organizational leadership.
 Mentored five subordinates prior to Introductory Leader Development Course attendance; three
out of five graduated within the top 10% of their 600 personnel classes.
Team Supervisor November 2008 – November 2010
Oversaw the training, administration, operations, logistics, and readiness of a seven-man team which
included one subordinate leader. Responsible for the maintenance, accountability and serviceability of
equipment valued at $2,775,000.
 Established the most successfulCombined/Joint Operation Center throughout all of Operation
New Dawn through host nation system integration enabling seamless multinational operations
over six months.
 Trained and mentored 18 Iraqi Department of Border Enforcement personnel to enable personnel
to operate independently from Coalition Forces within their assigned 50 km area.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
 U.S. Army Infantryman, Honorable Discharge
 Introductory Leader Development Course, 200 hours, Fort Bragg, NC
 Leadership and Management Development Course, 264 hours, Graduated in the top 10%,
Fort Bragg, NC
 Central Carolina Community College, 18 Semester Hours in Business Administration, 3.8 GPA,
Sanford, NC
 Itawamba Community College, 27 Semester Hours in Computer Engineering, Fulton, MS
 North Pontotoc Attendance Center,High School Diploma, 4.0 GPA, Ecru, MS
COMPUTER SKILLS
 Proficient with MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
 Hardware and Software Troubleshooting
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Bryan_Cheney_Resume

  • 1. Bryan M. Cheney 1698 Highway 341, Pontotoc, Mississippi 38863 (662) 297-8257 bryan.cheney83@gmail.com SUMMARY Twelve year U.S. Army veteran equipped to succeed in any environment against the most extreme adversity. A consummate professional and insightful mentor accomplished in the transformation of entry level personnel into highly skilled leaders. A driven leader with an established record of excellence achieved through the construction and development of strong teams by maximizing individual potential and team productivity. AREAS OF EXPERTISE  Rapidly identifies and corrects administrative and operational deficiencies.  Leads by example as a multi-faceted, experienced and confident leader.  Ensures trainees fully understand instruction and are equipped to train others; expert trainer that trains to standard, not time.  Fluidly adapts to changes and prioritizes tasks to manage multiple projects simultaneously. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (U.S. Army: February 2004-Present) Operations Manager April 2015-Present Establishes and maintains personnel records, processes personnelactions, schedules service school attendance,tracks training requirements, and ensures the timely submission of fair and accurate evaluation reports for a 201 personnel organization.  Developed tracking systems and standardized procedures that eliminated the loss of personnel administrative actions, evaluations, and awards; increased administrative processing efficiency by 75% in one month.  Provided key professional development courses for personnel in leadership roles ensuring organizational train-the-trainer instructional standards.  Adapted to new industry standards by tracking and enforcing mandatory online training ensuring organization remained in compliance with new regulations.  Prevented the loss of over $147,600 in hazardous duty incentive pay for 82 personnel by adjusting policy to better reflect regulations.  Identified and ceased hazardous duty incentive pay for 23 personnel saving the organization $41,400. Division Supervisor November 2011 – April 2015 Oversaw the training, administration, operations, logistics, and readiness of a 39-man team which included 10 subordinate leaders. Responsible for the maintenance, accountability and serviceability of equipment valued at $1,250,000.  Prevented workplace accidents by incorporating composite risk management, encouraging safe working practices and preserving company equipment; zero incidents despite harsh environments.  Consistently assigned to lead the lowest performing teams. Transformed three teams with initial poor performance into the most elite teams in the organization.
  • 2. Bryan M. Cheney Page 2  Initiated separation on 15 employees; encouraged retention of over 200 quality employees.  Achieved mission success leading 39 personnel in over 16 named operations, two base closures, and over 90 security patrols.  Planned, resourced,developed, and instructed a Leadership Course for over 63 personnel. Personally commended by the Chief Executive Officer for execution and professional development of subordinate leaders.  Developed operating procedures incorporating newly fielded equipment during a subordinate leader’s absence; resulted in organizational trainers adapting and instructing these procedures. First Line Supervisor November 2010 – November 2011 Oversaw the training, administration, operations, logistics, and readiness of a 20-man team which included four subordinate leaders. Responsible for the maintenance, accountability and serviceability of equipment valued at $8,500,000.  Led team of 18 personnel to score 681 out of 700 possible points during annual training event, achieving an expert rating.  Rated sole expert team out of four total teams.  Team was recognized as “Top Gun” for highest overall performance by organizational leadership.  Mentored five subordinates prior to Introductory Leader Development Course attendance; three out of five graduated within the top 10% of their 600 personnel classes. Team Supervisor November 2008 – November 2010 Oversaw the training, administration, operations, logistics, and readiness of a seven-man team which included one subordinate leader. Responsible for the maintenance, accountability and serviceability of equipment valued at $2,775,000.  Established the most successfulCombined/Joint Operation Center throughout all of Operation New Dawn through host nation system integration enabling seamless multinational operations over six months.  Trained and mentored 18 Iraqi Department of Border Enforcement personnel to enable personnel to operate independently from Coalition Forces within their assigned 50 km area. EDUCATION & TRAINING  U.S. Army Infantryman, Honorable Discharge  Introductory Leader Development Course, 200 hours, Fort Bragg, NC  Leadership and Management Development Course, 264 hours, Graduated in the top 10%, Fort Bragg, NC  Central Carolina Community College, 18 Semester Hours in Business Administration, 3.8 GPA, Sanford, NC  Itawamba Community College, 27 Semester Hours in Computer Engineering, Fulton, MS  North Pontotoc Attendance Center,High School Diploma, 4.0 GPA, Ecru, MS COMPUTER SKILLS  Proficient with MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint  Hardware and Software Troubleshooting