Niles Federal Resume 6 Jun 16

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1. Rolland Niles 2209 Calumet Drive Harker Heights, TX 76548 (910) 574-8807 rollandniles@hotmail.com Veteran's Preference: VEOA, VRA Country of Citizenship: U.S.A. Clearance: TOP SECRET (2012) EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION Project Management Professional Certification 1902476, Project Management Institute, January 2016 MA, Public Administration, Western Kentucky University, 2003, GPA 4.0 BA, Information Management, Western Illinois University, 1993, GPA 3.7 EXPERIENCE 11/16/2015 – Present, 40 Hours per Week, Project Manager, $81,600, Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services, 4800 North Lamar, Austin, TX, 78751, Karin Hill, (512) 377-0625. Serves as the Project Manager for the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS), a component of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. Manages and tracks compliance with implementing legislative directives while ensuring continuous service to consumers. Developed systems to provide oversight of the transfer of all DARS functions to the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) to include 3,200 employees and 12 programs valued at over $600 million. 01/01/2014 – 06/19/2015, 60 Hours per Week, Deputy Chief of Staff, $102,078, 1st Cavalry Division, U.S. Army, Building 28000, Fort Hood, TX 76544, COL Mark Misener, (254) 287-6205. Served as the Deputy Chief of Staff for a Two Star General Headquarters with primary responsibility to assist the Chief of Staff in the synchronization of 25 staff divisions consisting of over 800 personnel. Implemented and evaluated staff processes, maintained organization schedules and long-range calendars, and submitted executive level reports. Managed several projects to include updating SOPs, establishing rear detachment operations, and deploying personnel to Afghanistan. Assisted in all operational, deployment, and logistics planning. Supervised a variety of administrative functions to include executive correspondence and briefings, VIP visits and ceremonies, personnel management, equipment readiness, and resource management. 08/01/2012 – 12/31/2013, 60 Hours per Week, Division Head, $97,416, 1st Cavalry Division, U.S. Army, Building 28000, Fort Hood, TX 76544, COL Robert Akam, (254) 287-6205. Served as a staff Division Head for a Two Star General Headquarters with responsibility for planning, coordinating, and integrating the employment and assessment of a variety of military resources to achieve desired effects. Developed priorities, operational guidance, and implementation plans for senior executives. Scheduled and managed the training and certification of a 25-person team. Managed several assigned projects and ensured all milestones and requirements were accomplished. Established certification standards for all subordinate organizations to ensure safe and accurate operations. Led the organization’s community outreach program, which provided support to over 20 cities in the Central Texas region through the execution of over 100 events. 06/10/2010 – 07/24/2012, 60 Hours per Week, Senior Manager, $95,788, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii, P.O. Box 4607, Hilo, HI 96720, COL Doug Mulbury, (808) 656-1153. Senior Manager for a training facility that provided realistic combat training for all Department of Defense services and components in the

2. Rolland Niles 2 pacific region. Directed base operations, training range operations, port operations, and airfield support for more than 14,000 personnel annually. Supervised the execution of all logistics, public works, force protection, and emergency services support. Administered a $13 million multi-appropriated fund annual budget and supervised a workforce of 200 military and civilian personnel. Provided leadership on several projects to include development of environmental assessments and environmental impact statements, creation of a facility master plan, and creation of a reorganization plan. Planned and coordinated military assistance to Civil Defense Authorities and partnered with them in planning and training events. Supervised the $5 million cultural and natural resource program, which protected 19 endangered species and 300 environmental and cultural sites and ensured the facility met all federal and state requirements. Actively maintained partnerships with the local community through correspondence, meeting with local and state government officials, hosting on site reviews, and briefing various community groups. Served as the senior military officer and U.S. Army representative on the island of Hawaii. 06/01/2009 – 05/31/2010, 60 Hours per Week, Deputy Director, $75,466 – $90,421, 17th Fires Brigade, U.S. Army, Building 13711 12th Street, Fort Lewis, WA 98433, COL Steven Bullimore, (253) 967-2069. Deputy Director for an organization comprised of eight subordinate organizations with over 2,000 personnel and $100 million in equipment. Coordinated all staff efforts and advised the Director on all tactical and administrative matters. Led a 100-person team that planned and executed operations that provided life support and logistics to 2,900 personnel at nine remote locations. Supervised the planning, coordination, and employment of military resources throughout Iraq’s Basrah province. Partnered with the U.S. Department of State team, Iraq government leaders, United Nations representatives, and representatives from various Non-Governmental Organizations in the management of 100 Civil-Military projects valued at $100 million. Coordinated strategic communication and senior leader engagement to foster local support. Administered the organization’s three distinct budgets valued at over $7 million. Maintained and ensured compliance with all policies, plans, and processes relating to combat readiness to include personnel management and equipment readiness. 08/01/2008 – 05/31/2009, 60 Hours per Week, Chief of Staff, $75,466 – $90,421, 17th Fires Brigade, U.S. Army, Building 13711 12th Street, Fort Lewis, WA 98433, COL Steven Bullimore, (253) 967-2069. Chief of Staff for an organization comprised of eight subordinate organizations with over 2,000 personnel and $100 million in equipment. Supervised and directed all staff functions. Administered a $7 million operating budget. Provided oversight of all organization policies, plans, and processes to include training, personnel management, and equipment readiness. Managed several organization projects to include the deployment of 2,000 personnel to Iraq. Led the transformation effort by planning and coordinating the movement of personnel and equipment from five U.S. and European locations into a cohesive and effective team. Supervised the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for a fleet of over 500 vehicles maintaining 95% readiness and earning Department of Army recognition. Represented the Director when absent. 03/02/2007 – 07/31/2008, 60 Hours per Week, Executive Director, $75,466, 1st Battalion, 377th Field Artillery, U.S. Army, Fort Lewis, WA 98433, LTC Timothy Kehoe, (253) 967-6762. Executive Director for an organization responsible for five subordinate organizations with over 500 personnel and 150 combat vehicles. Directed the daily execution of all organization activities and operations in order to maintain a combat ready force prepared for rapid strategic deployment. Supervised the organization's administrative, training, and logistics functions to sustain a high state of readiness. Administered a $1 million annual budget, managed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, and directed the audit program. Led a variety of projects to include the transformation and relocation of the organization, the deployment to Yakima Training Center, and support to the Army Cadet summer camp. Planned and executed the training and certification for over 500 personnel. Coordinated for resources required to support all short and long-range training. Acted as the Director in his absence. 08/01/2005 – 03/01/2007, 60 Hours per Week, Chief Planner, $73,492, XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery, U.S. Army, Fort Bragg, NC 28310, LTC Pete Edmonds, (910) 432-5065. Chief Planner for a Three Star General Headquarters responsible for five subordinate organizations with over 100,000 personnel located on four army bases. Lead planner for coordinating and integrating the employment and assessment of a variety of military resources to achieve desired effects. Developed priorities, operational guidance,

3. Rolland Niles 3 assessments, and products for inclusion in organization plans. Developed operational plans which allocated military resources, established priorities, and implemented procedures to safeguard personnel and the local populace in Iraq. Managed assigned projects and briefed senior executives on milestones. 02/24/2001 – 06/01/2004, 60 Hours per Week, Manager and Operations Officer, $59,377, 4th Brigade, 85th Division, U.S. Army, Fort Knox, KY 40121, LTC Courtney Blackwell, (502) 626-2310. Operations Officer for a U.S. Army advisory organization; provided training and readiness assistance to Army Reserve units located in seven states. Developed training plans, coordinated with external agencies, and published written directives to ensure the organization achieved all assigned goals. Led the staff in planning and supervised the execution of operations. Provided feedback to senior leaders using after action reviews and written products to improve organization performance. Monitored current operations and provided senior leaders critical information and analysis. Maintained the organization and supported reserve component unit training statuses to ensure the organizations were prepared to meet assigned missions. Supervised the establishment and operations of the tactical command center. Performed duties as an advisor to National Guard Operations Officers during training exercises. 10/01/1999 – 02/23/2001, 60 Hours per Week, Manager, $45,263, 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery, U.S. Army, Fort Hood, TX 76544, LTC Alan Bourque, (254) 287-0548. Manager of a 90-person organization with the mission to prepare, deploy, and conduct operations worldwide. Supervised the execution of daily operations. Approved and enforced all organization policies and programs. Developed and implemented a comprehensive training plan to include calendars, mandatory training requirements, and collective training. Managed all aspects of leader certification and safety standardization to include the certification of 10 teams and 30 leaders. Trained the organization on operational and logistics procedures required for sustained operations in remote and austere conditions. Supervised the deployment of the organization to a remote training facility in California and conducted sustained operations in austere conditions for 30 days. Oversaw all aspects of personnel readiness to include human resources, financial management, family readiness, physical fitness, and medical readiness. Maintained accountability and readiness for property valued at over $28 million. Supervised the maintenance program that ensured the readiness of over 50 combat vehicles. 04/08/1998 – 09/30/1999, 60 Hours per Week, Assistant Operations Officer, $37,188, 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery, U.S. Army, Fort Hood, TX 76544, MAJ Michael Cyr, (254) 287-0548. Assistant Operations Officer for an organization comprised of five subordinate organizations with over 500 personnel. Advised the Chief Operations Officer on planning, coordination, and execution of all training. Supervised the establishment and operations of the deployable command center to include setup, reporting, managing subordinate operations, monitoring logistics status, and issuing directives. Maintained the short and long- range training calendars. Requested and allocated training resources and ammunition in support of planned training. Worked on various projects to include the deployment of the organization to several contingency locations throughout Bosnia. Performed duties as Mayor of a U.S. Army contingency base in Bosnia; provided housing for over 2,600 personnel, reviewed and processed work orders and service requests, and served as the liaison between military, civilian, and contract personnel for facility maintenance and construction projects. 11/15/1996 – 06/29/1997, 60 Hours per Week, Logistics Officer, $35,029, 1st Battalion, 321st Field Artillery, U.S. Army, Fort Bragg, NC 28310, MAJ John Uberti. Logistics Officer for an organization comprised of five subordinate organizations with over 500 personnel. Advised the Director on all aspects of logistics and maintenance in support of worldwide, 18-hour, no notice contingency plans. Oversaw and ensured sustained support to subordinate organizations during several operations. Implemented the organization’s supply stewardship policies in order to maintain operational and audit readiness. Supervised hazardous materials training, storage, and disposal programs. Administered an annual budget of over $500k. Planned and coordinated the food service program. Trained subordinate organization logistics support personnel in order to maintain proficiency and ensure timely and accurate sustainment and resupply during contingency operations. 03/15/1995 – 11/14/1996, 60 Hours per Week, Section Manager, $28,504, 1st Battalion, 321st Field Artillery, U.S. Army, Fort Bragg, NC 28310, CPT Robert McAleer. Led a 50-person organization

4. Rolland Niles 4 consisting of six teams. Supervised all aspects of the organization’s operations. Planned and directed all training, logistics, and force protection operations. Developed and oversaw all aspects of safety, standardization, and the conduct of high-risk activities to include airborne and air assault operations. Managed all aspects of personnel readiness to include human resources, financial management, family readiness, physical fitness, and medical readiness. Established and implemented leader certification plans, crew standards, and operational procedures for five crews and 15 leaders. As the Supply Officer administered the budget, managed property accountability, and requisitioned supplies. As the Maintenance Officer supervised the maintenance of over 25 combat vehicles to include scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, hazardous materials management, energy conservation, and equipment calibration. 02/04/1994 – 03/14/1995, 60 Hours per Week, Section Manager, $19,137, 1st Battalion, 15th Field Artillery, U.S. Army, Camp Casey, Korea, APO AP 96224, CPT Ricky Simmons. Led a 45-person organization consisting of six teams and located on a forward deployed base in the Republic of Korea. Supervised all aspects of the organization’s operations. Planned and directed all training, logistics, and force protection operations. Developed and oversaw all aspects of safety, standardization, and conduct of high-risk activities. Managed all aspects of personnel readiness to include human resources, financial management, family readiness, physical fitness, and medical readiness. Established and implemented leader certification, crew standards, and operational procedures for five crews and 15 leaders. As the Maintenance Officer, supervised the maintenance of over 25 combat vehicles to include scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, hazardous materials management, energy conservation, and equipment calibration. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING  Project Management Fundamentals from Syracuse University in 2015  US Army Joint Operational Fires and Effects Course in 2013  US Army Supervisor Development Course in 2011  US Army Commanders Safety Course in 2010  US Army Garrison Leader Pre-Command Course in 2010  US Army Installation Anti-Terrorism Level IV Course in 2010  US Army Pre-Command Course in 2010  US Army Air Assault School  FEMA IS-00100 Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS 100) in 2006  US Army Command and General Staff Course in 2005  US Army Emergency Preparedness Course in 2003  US Army Observer Controller Certification Course in 2001  US Army Combat Lifesaver Course in 2001  US Army Command and Staff Services School in 1998  US Army Field Artillery Officer Advanced Course in 1998  US Army Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Defense Course in 1997  US Army Airborne School  US Army Field Artillery Officer Basic Course in 1994 AWARDS Legion of Merit  Bronze Star Medal (3)  Meritorious Service Medal (4)  Army Commendation Medal (5)  Army Achievement Medal (3)  Joint Meritorious Unit Award  Meritorious Unit Citation  National Defense Service Medal (2)  Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal  Iraq Campaign Medal (2)  Afghanistan Campaign Medal  Global War on Terrorism Service Medal  Korean Defense Service Medal  NATO Service Medal (2) REFERENCES

5. Rolland Niles 5 Robert Akam Colonel (Retired) (520) 678-1106 akambob@aol.com Bob was my direct supervisor. He was the chief of Staff for my organization at Fort Hood, Texas. Steve Bullimore Colonel (Retired) (650) 678-4749 sbullimore@athoc.com Steve was my direct supervisor. We worked together at Fort Lewis, Washington. During this time we deployed to Iraq together. John Garcia Lieutenant Colonel, US Army/Information Operations Officer Mission Command Training Program 881 McClellan Avenue, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027 (254) 319-1527 John.j.garcia.mil@mil.mil John was a coworker of mine for three years. We worked together on an organizational staff and did a lot of work on community outreach programs for the organization. Mike Foyle Safety Manager Headquarters, 1st Cavalry Division Building 28000, 761st Tank Battalion Ave, Fort Hood, TX 76544 (254) 286-6281 Michael.k.foyle.civ@mil.mil Mike was a coworker of mine for three years. We worked together on an organizational staff where Mike worked with me on scheduling, reporting, and training requirements for subordinate organizations. Craig Molyneaux 9499 Live Oak Road, Salado, TX, 76571 (254) 368-8438 Docmolar69@gmail.com Craig is my bible study leader and has been for 2 ½ years. We attend the same church and meet weekly to study the bible with a small group of families. Douglas Mulbury Colonel (Retired), US Army/Chief of Staff Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (315) 771-3835 Douglas.mulbury@gmail.com Doug was my direct supervisor in Hawaii where we managed US Army garrisons and training facilities. William “Dan” Porter Lieutenant Colonel, US Army/Surgeon 2854 Wheaton Road Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234 (254) 247-6707 william.d.porter10.mil@mil.mil Dan was a coworker of mine for three years. We worked together on an organizational staff. Dan worked with me on scheduling, reporting, and training requirements for subordinate organizations.

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