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  1. 1. Colin E. Stewart 1002 Sherman Court Waldorf, MD 20602 (301) 520-9790 Veteran 5 pt. Preference PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE: To pursue a position as a Logistics NCO after a 15 year career with the United States Air Force. Skills acquired in inventory control and accountability with a demonstrated track record for monitoring equipment and supplies. A deep understanding of weapons and supplies procured and stored. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS: Serve as Staff Sergeant, Shift Leader, Cost Center Manager, and Medical Supervisor, with the ability to coordinate multiple tasks to ensure the completion of meeting or exceeding goals and objectives. Able to make sound decisions by evaluating and weighing options to achieve timely and effective results. A results oriented person sought after to resolve the most critical, complex problems. Exceptional insight and knowledge reflected in decision making. Expertise: Emergencies Logistics/Inventory Supervisory Functions Problem Resolution Equipment & Supplies Budgets/Scheduling Munitions/Weapons Policy/Procedures Emergency Vehicles Medical Procedures Firefighters Training Weapons Training Procurement Basic & Advance Life Support Mentoring PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: UNITED STATES AIR FORCE 1999 – 2015 STAFF SERGEANT – (E5) Aug. 2012 – Dec. 2014 LIFE SUPPORT COORDINATOR Assigned to Royal Air Force Lakeneath, England ensuring all first responders were recertified in Basic Life Support, BLS, ACLS, PALS, including physicians, nurses, EMTs, firefighters, and non-medical personnel. Worked alongside the American Heart Association and the Military Training Network coordinating and training all personnel. Responsible for maintaining and distributing re-certification cards to all personnel once courses are completed.  Effectively monitor approximately 1,200 staff on an ongoing basis enrolled in the re- certification programs throughout the UK and Portugal. Demonstrate the ability to safeguard the issuance of approximately $50,000 in re-certification cards on an ongoing basis.  Efficiently maintain, store, and utilize 30 mannequins, 80 pocket masks, and other materials, and life saving supplies for classroom or offsite demonstration.  Director of ER from August 2012 thru December, 2014 at Royal Air Force Base, Lakeneath, England. Oversee 38 staff members to provide medical care to over 12.5K patients seen during a 12 month period. Execute and resolve training pitfalls with personnel while implementing a $126K budget.  Successfully generate new fiscal annual budget of $134K through researching the new manning, the required training of personnel, including physicians, and nursing staff.  Consistently monitor medical staff and necessary credentials in order to provide medical services to patients in accordance with JCOH, OSHA, and AHA guidelines.  Monitor approximately 156 personnel for drug testing compliance in accordance with Air Force policy.  Mentor subordinates to further career development in US Air Force.  Operate and maintain emergency vehicles valued at $560K.
  2. 2. Continued… Colin E. Stewart Page Two TECH SERGEANT – (E6) (June 2011 – Aug. 2012) MUSTANG ZONE MANAGER Reported to Flight Chief, Civil Engineer, at Osan Air Base, South Korea. Oversaw the maintenance, and refurbishing of dormitories provided to approximately 2,000 Airmen and Soldiers. Processed 12,000 work orders on a monthly basis while tracking inventory of materials and supplies.  Coordinated monthly inspections of approximately 13 dormitories to ensure the health and safety of the residences.  NEO – Non-combatant Evacuation Operations Officer: Effectively co-organized NEO drills completed on a quarterly basis including the distribution and inspection of 1.5K gas masks valued at $260K; processed 2K persons in '12 Courageous Channel exercise--100% success. TECH SERGEANT – (E6) (Dec. 2010 – June 2011) DIRECTOR BASE HONOR GUARD Reported to Flight Chief, at Joint Base Andrews. Responsible for training 43 Airman on standing manual/firing & bearer party/colors team; seamless transfer/zero mission compromise. Assisted unit deployment manager w/mobility folder review/Airman's Manual update for 64 members; 100% Health Safety Inspection (HSI) ready.  Essential in the renewal of the Joint Base Honor Guard building; laid floor/sort & assembled equipment.  Instrumental in developing a team to execute construction project; resulting in a savings of $1.4M. Efficiently completed construction of facility through utilizing in- house manpower as opposed to outsourcing manpower.  Demonstrated ability to clean and assemble rifles or retire weapons as needed.  Store and monitor inventory of munitions on a daily basis. STAFF SERGEANT – (E5) (Feb. 2009 – Dec. 2010) Manager, Internal Medicine (IM) Reported to Flight Commander, at Joint Base Andrews. Plan and organize nursing care for 3.8K enrollees in addition to coordinating administrative support for 11 physicians. Supervise 7 Active Duty and civilian paraprofessional persons along with managing Internal Medicine‘s staff recurrent training programs.  Oversee maintenance and sustainment of $122K in clinic medical equipment ensuring readiness for optimal utilization.  Maintain operations policies and ensure compliance with MDG/JC/HSI standards; promotes quality force initiatives and readiness.  Managed 10 providers' schedules and brought 2 new doctors online; access up 33%; saved $46K in outsourcing costs.  IMC equip and supply custodian; conduct 12 inspections and coordinate maintenance and reduce repair cost by $35K.  Augmented ER during personnel shortage; coordinated 6 months of coverage and saved $50K in contract expenditures. STAFF SERGEANT – (E5) (Feb. 2008 – Feb. 2009)  Aerospace Medical Service Craftsman Reported to Flight Chief of ER in Southeast Asia. Directed daily clinical operations in addition to being an advocate for new patient care initiatives. Successfully increased access to care 33% from last FY. Assisted 380 AEW $63K communication system upgrade; mitigated 16 msn mishaps. Worked 60 hrs in host nation clinic; initiated 53 procedures; fostered international relations; lauded by WG/CC.  Coordinated medical support for 10 presidential, foreign/domestic DV missions; upheld 316 AW msn posture. Deftly managed $600K budget; ensured material levels sufficient/on-hand; IMC ops now w/in fiscal constraints
  3. 3. Continued… Colin E. Stewart Page Three PREVIOUS Other assignments include basic training from October, 1999 through November, 1999 Technical Training, December, 1999 through March, 2000 Joint Base Andrews, Family Practice Clinic, June, 2000 through March, 2003 Emergency Room (ER), Joint Base Andrews, March, 2003 through February, 2006 Pediatrics Clinic, Osan Air Base, Korea, March, 2006 through March, 2007 Internal Medicine Clinic, Joint Base Andrews, March, 2007 through December, 2007 EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION: United States Air Force – Honorable Discharge, January, 2015 Associates Degree in Allied Health Science, Community College of the Air Force, 2013 Focus on Management Degree, Expected graduation 2016 BLS Instructor NREMT ACLS Medical Coding Certification 16 Hours Heart Arrhythmia Training 40 Hours Critical Care Course 80 Hours Honor Guard Course Equipment monitoring – Automated Data Processing Equip (ADPE) AWARDS The Air Force Commendation Medal (First Oak Leaf Cluster) – August, 2010 The Air Force Commendation Medal (Second Oak Leaf Cluster) – August, 2011 The Air Force Commendation Medal (Third Oak Leaf Cluster) – August, 2012 TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE: Microsoft – Excel, Word, Outlook, CHCS, AHLTA,MRDSS,AIMS, ACES VOLUNTEER WORK Bone Marrow Drive Eagle Scouts Health Fare Food & Clothing Drive CCATT Team Founded Caribbean Association committee member Excellent References Furnished Upon Request

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