Brad Burris

Freelance Project Manager & Content Writer

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Location:Warner Robins, Georgia, United States
Profile:https://www.freelanced.com/bradburris
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2 Skills
$50
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B. BURRIS
Résumé

EDUCATION

1999 Ed. S. Degree, School Counseling, Fort Valley State University
1996 School Counseling "5 Year-Add On" Masters Degree, Fort Valley State University,
June, 1996
1988 Master of Arts, Human Resources Development, Webster University, 1988
1981 Bachelor of Arts, Spanish, University of Georgia, 1981

EXPERIENCE

HCBOE --- Warner Robins, Georgia
(August 1991 - Present)

Guidance Counselor
Provide guidance and counseling services in an educational setting comprised of over 700 individuals
• Oversee organizational intervention teams focusing on improving individual performance
• Assess educational and developmental needs and strategize interventions targeting improvement
• Assist with data compilation incorporating goal development, benchmark measures, and progress monitoring
• Provide individual guidance and counseling
• Provide guidance training and support for small and large groups
• Coordinate and provide consultative services
• Coordinate and provide response services (preventive and remedial)
• Provide system (school, system, and community) support affecting all aspects of the counseling program

Spanish Teacher
Taught Spanish foreign language exploratory courses to approximately 130 individuals daily
* Assessed educational and developmental needs and strategized interventions targeting improvement
• Integrated social and multi-cultural aspects within a language foundation.
• Formulated training approaches targeting individual and group competencies

NORTHROP CORP. & EG&G DYNATREND, INC. --- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and Washington D.C. Area
August 1988 - August 1991

District Manager
Oversaw and coordinated property management services for seized/forfeited property in support of various U.S. Department of the Treasury agencies
• Coordinated the acceptance, storage, maintenance and final disposition actions for seized property
* Provided training and support for subcontractors in support of property management activities
• Monitored subcontractor performance of various property management services
• Conducted on-going subcontractor contracts and procurement activities
• Coordinated government auction activities for all seized and subsequently forfeited property

EXPERIENCE (CONT.)

U.S. ARMY ----- Ft. Sill, Oklahoma, Nuremberg, Germany, and Ft. Jackson, SC July 1981 - July 1988

Captain, Assistant Systems Manager
Conducted program management activities encompassing research and development, testing, evaluation, and acquisition requirements for U.S. Army target acquisition radar systems
• Analyzed organizational and operational needs and requirements for target acquisition radars
• Assisted with training program design and implementation for target acquisition radars
• Conducted technical briefings and staff studies for senior staff officers
• Resolved manpower and personnel integration issues throughout the radar systems life cycle

Captain, Intelligence/Security Manager
Supervised intelligence and security programs for a nuclear-capable Field Artillery Battalion
• Analyzed, cataloged, and interpreted intelligence data affecting tactical operations for a 500 member organization
• Conducted organizational and operational intelligence planning and senior staff level briefings
• Supervised and directed all nuclear security training programs
• Conducted in-processing and background investigations on newly assigned personnel

1st Lieutenant, Staff Liaison Officer
Provided operational liaison support between senior staff and higher level command headquarters
• Communicated organizational and operational objectives within a multi-organizational framework
• Provided analysis and recommendations for tactical and systemic operations
• Engaged in computer simulated war exercises involving tactical and nuclear weapons use in Europe

1st Lieutenant, Executive Officer
Directed and coordinated on-going training readiness within a Field Artillery Battery
• Supervised operational readiness posture and training for approximately 120 personnel
* Directed and coordinated nuclear-weapons training and readiness
• Conducted tactical planning activities for "war time" implementation
• Supervised multi-million dollar maintenance and supply activities for self-propelled howitzers
• Enhanced Quality of Work Life (QWL) environment for all assigned personnel

1st Lieutenant, Officer-in-Charge
Directed on-going technical weapons training for 2,100 soldiers
• Developed, implemented, and supervised weekly training on various military weaponry for 2,100 personnel
• Conducted program evaluation of training development needs and budgeting requirements
• Coordinated the safety prevention and weapons accountability programs