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Published on July 14, 2016

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1. JAMIE DE LEON Cell: (910) 650-1204 E-Mail: deleonj1149@gmail.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/pub/jamie-de-leon/22/86b/4a0/en CAREER SUMMARY: • Promoted nine times to a Senior Enlisted, to the top one percent of all Marines in a population of over 2400 personnel. • Positioned and monitored over 1,400 service members conducting day-to-day operations in a 30-year career. • Controlled and monitored budgets in excess of $132M, resulting in 96% production effectiveness. • Assisted the Human Resource Division (Headquarter Marine Corps) by properly placed over 1,700 entry-level service occupants. In addition, mentored and counseled over a 100 mid-level and senior managers and supervisors. • Supervised and managed an account of 3,247 critical assets worth over $11.5M • Consistently held billets and assignments of Executives and Senior Leaders in various organizations, resulting in promotions and recognition. • Experienced, accomplished and resilient Bilingual English/Spanish transformational manager for voluminous years of loyal and dedicated service. Possessing a current U.S. Government Secret security clearance till 2025. • Personable and a seamless fit into any organizational culture, able to perform Personnel Management, EEO, Employment Law and Training. EDUCATION: • MA, Management/Human Resources (American Military University, VA) Attainment date (2017), 33SH completed. • BA, Management/Human Resources w/Honors (American Military University, VA) • AA, Liberal Studies (University of Maryland University College, MA) EXPERIENCE: United States Marine Corps 2000-Present Jul 2013 – Present: Maintenance Control Officer, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, CA • Personally selected as the Marine Expeditionary Brigade-Alpha, Senior Ordnance Management Advisor to Afghanistan for the General’s Staff to close the American Facility after a decade of support and sustainment. • Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Commanding Officer (CEO) for the Organization of 164 Employees. • Directly Managed and Supervised the Headquarters Section of 14 Employees, while mentoring and supervising over 30 Mid-Level Managers to include counseling and motivating them handling Onboarding Programs. • Assisted the organization to achieve a mission capable readiness rating of 96% during the recent Field and Supply Maintenance Office inspection mandated by Headquarters Marine Corps, its most significant inspection conducted. • Handle on a day-to-day basis Manpower reporting utilizing the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS), which is a personnel, productivity, equipment shortages, and combat readiness report submitted to Headquarters Marine Corps, equivalent to the civilian ADP Program. • Assisted the Senior Leadership with pay, budget, wellness, training and discipline issues within the organization and made recommendations to commander with courses of actions for individuals for all matter of Employee Relations. • As a Leader remains calm and professional when faced with tight deadlines and is extremely innovative under adverse conditions. Jun 2010 – Jun 2013: Senior Maintenance Chief, Marine Forces Pacific Marine Corps Base Camp Smith, HI • Performed as the Senior Enlisted Ordnance Maintenance Advisor (Executive Level) for both I and III Marine Expeditionary Forces ensuring Senior Enlisted Service members were attending middle management advance courses and receiving quality executive training, a population spread from Korea to California! • Assisted the Monitor (Human Resource Division, Headquarter Marine Corps) properly placed entry-level service members within our area of responsibility, creating a proficient, efficient, and effective enterprise. • Researched, constructed and presented the Program Objective Memorandum budget plans for fiscal years 2011 to 2013 to the Commanding General. Program Management of weapons programs and large component parts (i.e. engines for vehicles), was in my job description. • Assisted in the formulation of the first annual Ground Ordnance Maintenance Award to recognize outstanding Marines service-wide and served on the Awards and selection board (panel) frequently as a voting member. • Assisted in the development and revision of the mission essential task list, (new Policy) required by Headquarters Marine Corps, to train and staff personnel to accomplish the goals and mission of the organization. • Successfully conduced Joint Operations in South Korea with the Army, Air Force, and Navy as the Senior Enlisted Advisor for all the branches of service within the Joint Tactical Logistics Operations Center.

2. Jul 2008 – Jun 2010: Maintenance Operations Officer/Chief, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC • Positioned and monitored over 1,400 service members during day-to-day operations. To include supporting task organized divisions of personnel supporting combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Humanitarian Operations in Haiti. • Synchronized with the personnel department ensuring the proper placement of all newly joined service members to optimize organizational success. • Served as the Approving Officer for the non-government budget purchase program (Credit Card Program), and received two noteworthy annual fiscal audit reviews for this period of employment. • Managed / Supervised and Operated a Office of 15 Staff Members at the Executive Level with all day-to-day operations regarding organizational level development of policy, procedure, training and operations, to include recruitment of commodity managers to function as Company Representatives. Jun 2005 – Jul 2008: Platoon Commander, Okinawa, Japan • As a Platoon Command (Senior Manager) was responsible for over 60 American service members and 6 foreign national civilian employee’s training, health and advancement during this period. • Supervised and managed an account of 3,247 critical assets worth over 11.5 million dollars. • Facilitated the completion and installation of new information technology and physical security systems in a facility, which support the entire 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force. • Performed duties as the Senior Advisor during forward operations, supervising and managing over 100 service members. Apr 1999 – May 2005: Ordnance Chief, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, CA • Transformed an un-efficient weapons department to an effective and productive section on a Higher Command Logistic Readiness Evaluation within a few months of assuming responsibility for the section. • Implemented a new vigorous training program elevating the knowledge and skills of over 46 service members. • Develop an innovated comprehensive maintenance report that captured all cost and maintenance related to the organization, which stream lined processes and improved productivity. • Coordinated with joint service overseas to conduct maintenance operations for over 300 service members, and procuring over 7,000 dollars worth of necessary items, critical to the mission, at no cost to the organization. • Maintained a maintenance management production rate of 95.99 % for 3,000 weapons and components during this period. During three combat tours maintained a 100% efficiency and effectiveness rate while using limited Supply Chain Resources. HONORS / AWARDS: • President of Marine Corps University Deans List with Course GPA of 95% or higher. • Deans List American Military University. • Graduated Staff Non-Commissioned Officers Academy with a final GPA of 97.73%. • Meritorious Service Medal (2): for managing Enterprise wide budgetary programs and assisting and monitoring the proper placement of personnel for specific Military Occupational Specialty. • Navy Unit Commendation Medal (5): for support of over 17,000 and 1,200 permanent personnel in pursuit of corporate excellence. In addition, contributed to the quality of life facets of the organization. • Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal: For service as an Honor Guard Member, Volunteer work with the Fresno Police Department, March of Dimes, Fresno Zoo, Toys-for-Tots and other Individual Volunteers events. TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS: • Lean Six Sigma Yellow belt Training • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Course • OSHA 10 Certified • Expeditionary Warfare Training Group, Pacific Staff Planning Course • Family Advocacy Officer Training • The Senior Staff Noncommissioned Officers Academy • The Staff Noncommissioned Officers Academy • Noncommissioned Officers Basic Course • War-fighting Skills Distance Education Program • Professional Affiliations: o Marine Executive Association o Society for Human Resource Management o American Corporate Partners o Sigma Beta Delta (International Honor Society in Business, Management, and Administration)

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