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<pre>Array ( [var] => cut_url ) </pre> Resume for Raymond C. for Manager / Supervisor / Team Leader / Government & Civic in Fredericksburg, Holy See (Vatican City State). Search More Resumes for Manager / Supervisor / Team Leader on Resumark.com #Y6M8219EH
 

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Resume for Raymond C. for Manager / Supervisor / Team Leader / Government & Civic in Fredericksburg, Holy See (Vatican City State)




Occupation: Manager / Supervisor / Team Leader Industry: Government & Civic
Country: Holy See (Vatican City State) City: Fredericksburg
State: ZIP: 22408



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Raymond F. C. Dynasty Ct Fredericksburg, VA Mobile: Evening Phone: Day Phone: Email: Country of citizenship: United States of America Veterans&; Preference: point preference based on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces Registered for Selective Service Highest Grade: GS, // Contact Current Employer: Contact me first AVAILABILITY Job Type: Permanent Work Schedule: Full Time DESIRED LOCATIONS USDCWashington/Metro USFL USMD USVARichmond USVANorthern WORK EXPERIENCE Treasury Office of the inspector General / Present Washington, DC US Grade Level: GS EEO & Diversity Manager , Serves as the equal employment opportunity and diversity manager for the Treasury Office of the Inspector General OIG. Manages all programs for equal opportunity, affirmative action, diversity, civil rights, special emphasis programs, etc. Serves as principle EEO adviser to the Inspector General and senior staff within the agency. Providing briefings and counsel to senior level officials within the bureau on the state of the agency as related to EEO and diversity. Responsible for the development and submission of EEO related annual reports including: the Federal Employment Opportunity Recruitment Program FEORP, Hispanic NinePoint Program, Disabled Veteran&;s Affirmative Action Program DVAAP, Management Directive MD, Disabled Employees Report, Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCU, White House Initiative on Tribal Colleges and Universities WHITCU, EEOC , Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR, Language Access Program LAP and the Reasonable Accommodation Program. Annual reports are submitted to the Treasury Office of Civil Rights and Diversity OCRD, U.S. Congress, U.S. Department of Justice DOJ, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM and various White House divisions. Develops internal policies and procedures in accordance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM, the White House and Treasury directives. Drafting and developing bureauwide policy on Equal Opportunity, Reasonable Accommodation, Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR, and compliance. Provides guidance in the areas of affirmative action and EEO discrimination complaint resolution for Treasury OIG&;s employment population. Development and direction of short and long term goals. Translating these goals into effective actions and assignments and periodically reviewing, analyzing and redefining these goals and objectives to attain identified milestones. Author and publisher of quarterly EEOIG Communicator and Manager&;s eBriefing. Development and delivery of internal training programs for EEO and Diversity on areas to include EEO briefing, EEO Updates, Sexual Harassment Prevention, Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR, Schedule A Hiring, Reasonable Accommodation, Dispute Prevention and Resolution, etc. Treasury Departmental Offices / / Washington, D.C. US Grade Level: GS EEO Director , Served as the equal opportunity program manager for Departmental Offices, a bureau under the Department of Treasury. Managed subordinate staff involved in affirmative action, diversity, civil rights, special emphasis programs, preparation of bureauwide annual reports to the U.S. Congress, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM and various White House divisions. Provided guidance in the areas of affirmative action and EEO discrimination complaint resolution for the bureau employment population. Development and direction of short and long term goals including translating these goals into effective actions and assignments and periodically reviewing, analyzing and redefining these goals and objectives to attain identified milestones. Provided briefings and direction to senior level officials within the department on the state of the agency as related to EEO and diversity. Developed internal policies and procedures in accordance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM, the White House and Treasury directives. Also responsible for overseeing the development and submission of the Federal Employment Opportunity Recruitment Program FEORP, Hispanic NinePoint Program, Disabled Veteran&;s Affirmative Action Program DVAAP, Management Directive MD, Disabled Employees Report, Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCU, Alternative Dispute Resolution reporting and the Reasonable Accommodation Program. Drafting and developing bureauwide policy on equal opportunity, diversity, antiharassment, proper use of appropriated funds, etc. Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name: Barbara Pabotoy, Supervisor&;s Phone: Treasury Office of the Inspector General / / Washington, D.C. US EEO & Diversity Manager Serves as the equal employment opportunity and diversity manager for the Treasury Office of the Inspector General OIG. Manages all programs for equal opportunity, affirmative action, diversity, civil rights, special emphasis programs, etc. Serves as principle EEO adviser to the Inspector General and senior staff within the agency. Providing briefings and counsel to senior level officials within the bureau on the state of the agency as related to EEO and diversity. Responsible for the development and submission of EEO related annual reports including: the Federal Employment Opportunity Recruitment Program FEORP, Hispanic NinePoint Program, Disabled Veteran&;s Affirmative Action Program DVAAP, Management Directive MD, Disabled Employees Report, Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCU, White House Initiative on Tribal Colleges and Universities WHITCU, EEOC , Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR, Language Access Program LAP and the Reasonable Accommodation Program. Annual reports are submitted to the Treasury Office of Civil Rights and Diversity OCRD, U.S. Congress, U.S. Department of Justice DOJ, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM and various White House divisions. Develops internal policies and procedures in accordance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM, the White House and Treasury directives. Drafting and developing bureauwide policy on Equal Opportunity, Reasonable Accommodation, Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR, and compliance. Provides guidance in the areas of affirmative action and EEO discrimination complaint resolution for Treasury OIG&;s employment population. Development and direction of short and long term goals. Translating these goals into effective actions and assignments and periodically reviewing, analyzing and redefining these goals and objectives to attain identified milestones. Author and publisher of quarterly EEOIG Communicator and Manager&;s eBriefing. Development and delivery of internal training programs for EEO and Diversity on areas to include EEO briefing, EEO Updates, Sexual Harassment Prevention, Alternative Dispute Resolution ADR, Schedule A Hiring, Reasonable Accommodation, Dispute Prevention and Resolution, etc. Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name: Dennis Schindel, Supervisor&;s Phone: Department of the Treasury / / Washington, DC US Grade Level: GS Equal Opportunity Program Manager , Serves as the equal opportunity program manager for a Federal Government cabinet level agency. Manages subordinate staff involved in affirmative action, diversity, civil rights, special emphasis programs, preparation of departmentwide annual reports to the U.S. Congress, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM and various White House divisions. Providing guidance in the areas of affirmative action and EEO discrimination complaint resolution for Treasury&;s employment population. Development and direction of short and long term goals. Translating these goals into effective actions and assignments and periodically reviewing, analyzing and redefining these goals and objectives to attain identified milestones. Providing briefings and direction to senior level officials within the department on the state of the agency as related to EEO and diversity. Develops internal policies and procedures in accordance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM, the White House and Treasury directives. Also responsible for overseeing the development and submission of the Federal Employment Opportunity Recruitment Program FEORP, Hispanic NinePoint Program, Disabled Veteran&;s Affirmative Action Program DVAAP, Management Directive MD, Disabled Employees Report, Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCU, Alternative Dispute Resolution reporting and the Reasonable Accommodation Program. Drafting and developing departmentwide policy on equal opportunity, diversity, antiharassment, proper use of appropriated funds, etc. Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name: Mariam Harvey, Supervisor&;s Phone: .. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration / / Washington DC USA US Grade Level: GS Equal Employment Opportunity Officer , Responsible for the overall development, administration and maintenance of the agency Equal Employment Opportunity EEO program. This includes directing a program providing equal opportunity consulting services to managers and employees concentrating on systemic and individual equal opportunity problems, providing program direction and guidance in the areas of affirmative action, special emphasis programs, and complaint resolution. Responsibilities include providing guidance in the areas of affirmative action and EEO discrimination complaint resolution for TIGTA&;s employment population comprised of audit, investigative, IT, management services and chief counsel. Development and direction of short and long term goals. Translating these goals into effective actions and assignments and periodically reviewing, analyzing and redefining these goals and objectives to attain identified milestones. Serves as principle EEO advisor to the Inspector General and executive staff within the agency providing regular briefings on the state of the agency as related to EEO and diversity. Develops internal policies and procedures in accordance with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission EEOC, Office of Personnel Management OPM and Treasury Office of Equal Opportunity Programs OEOP. Directs the development of the agency&;s annual Affirmative Action Plan. Also responsible for the development and submission of the Federal Employment Opportunity Recruitment Program FEORP, Hispanic NinePoint Program, Disabled Veteran&;s Affirmative Action Program DVAAP, Management Directive MD, Disabled Employees Report, Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCU, Alternative Dispute Resolution reporting and the Reasonable Accommodation Program. Jointly developed the agency&;s Intranet web sites for the EEO & Diversity and the Special Emphasis Program. Jointly developed an online training program for Equal Employment Opportunity, Diversity and departmental programs to enhance efficiency and reduce training costs. Author and publisher of monthly TIGTA EEO and Diversity Newsletter. Development of internal training programs for EEO and Diversity to include online training and certification.Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name: J. Russell George, Supervisor&;s Phone: United States Postal Service / / Grade Level: Senior EEO Complaints Investigator , EAS During my employment as Senior EEO Investigator, I was responsible for providing technical advice and assistance to area and district employees on matters concerning the statutes, regulations, case law, administrative procedures and Postal Service policy pertaining to nonbargaining disciplinary appeals, equal employment opportunity complaints, and Merit Systems Protection Board MSPB appeals and petitions for review, oversight of EEO Complaints Investigators to include the assignment of case files, reviewing of completed cases prior to transmittal of investigative files, advising on actions and direction while conducting their investigations, reviewing opinions and writing procedural final agency decisions FAD. Furthermore, I was responsible for the processing of all formal complaints of discrimination to ensure they met the EEOC requirements of a valid complaint of discrimination and determine acceptance or dismissal Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name: Kathleen Eley, Supervisor&;s Phone: United States Postal Service / / Grade Level: EEO Complaints Investigator , EAS During my employment as an EEO Complaints Investigator with the USPS I performed the following duties: Advised employees and management officials on the statutes, laws, regulations, and agency policies as they relate to Equal Employment; interviewed complainants, witnesses and agency officials, in reference to allegation of discrimination; properly framed the issues of discrimination as alleged by the complainant; analyzed formal complaints to determine the relevant fact finding information that would be required to properly address the allegations; i.e. identifying witnesses and agency officials, and pertinent documentation that is relevant to the allegations; properly frame issues and ask relevant questions that are pertinent to the allegations; determine the theories of discrimination alleged i.e. disparate treatment/impact, etc., prepare investigative reports that appropriately address the issues and purviews of discrimination; and develop comparative analysis of discrimination complaints. Furthermore, I completed cases from July through December and received a spot award for my accomplishments during this time frame in December . Certified USPS EEO Complaints Investigator through the EEOC. Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name: Kathleen Eley, Supervisor&;s Phone: United States Postal Service / / Grade Level: Supervisor, Customer Services , EAS Responsibilities included the supervision and overall management for approximately letter carriers and mail clerks in the timely and efficient delivery of mail to residences and businesses located in the service area, handling of customer complaints, managing workload hours and budgetary items and insuring special services were achieved as promised to our customers. We met the planned work hours Budget and were under the SPLY Same Period Last Year workload data for most of the operations, by developing policies and procedures for the distribution clerks and mail handlers to assist in streamlining this operation and taking the necessary steps to achieve the goals established in this area. Worked as the Safety Program Evaluation Guide Coordinator for all of the Fairfax, Virginia offices from February until June . Overall responsibility for ensuring that all offices were in compliance with OSHA mandated training, safety procedures, evacuation plans, documentation etc. Fairfax Main Post Office achieved the highest score for all of Northern Virginia for the time frame we were audited.Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name: Richard Kohne, Supervisor&;s Phone: United States Postal Service / / Grade Level: Associate Supervisor, Customer Service , EAS Worked as Associate Supervisor, Customer Services in Woodbridge Main Post Office. After analyzing work hour usage and program operations I was able to determine that unneeded hours were being utilized. I successfully reduced the overtime by approximately % and regular hours dramatically. Worked directly with the customers to resolve issues and problems as they arise. Developed the MSDS chemical list, updated and improved their emergency evacuation plan to include provisions for a handicapped supervisor also assigned to this office, developed a statement to be used when interviewing witnesses etc. for accidents Industrial/Motor Vehicle, maintained and initiated work to be completed to meet OSHA Safety standards to include development of the abatement plan. Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name: Gerea Hayman, Supervisor&;s Phone: Gold Line, Inc. / / Grade Level: CIVILIAN Safety and Training Director , CIV Responsible for the overall coordination of the safety and training program for a major sightseeing and charter bus company in the Washington Metropolitan area. Responsible for the enforcement of Federal DOT and OSHA Guidelines and policies related to the transportation industry as well as maintaining drivers files IAW DOT regulation. Responsible for recruitment, interviewing and selection of employees. Coordinated and scheduled the employee instructors to teach various portions of the drivers and sightseeing training program. Ensured the safety and welfare of all employees for the company to include workplace, transportation and general safety instructions and guidelines. Developed and conducted safety training to include HAZMAT Awareness etc. Operated as a member of the Gold Line Management Team to evaluate operations and suggest ways to improve program operations and propel growth in all facets of operation. Conducted quarterly safety meeting with all personnel. Accident investigation. Administered the Safety Award Program. Evaluation of existing and/or future tour routing for safety related conflicts. Responsible for scheduling of drivers to cover various assignments daily in a rapidly changing environment. Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor&;s Name:Pete Pagano, Supervisor&;s Phone: Virginia Department of Transportation / / Grade Level: Assistant Manager of Operations , SG Participated in administrative, operational and program planning, and in the development and application of overall regional policies relating to the Highway Safety Service Patrol Program. Responsible for the daily operation to ensure that the functions, service and goals of the Safety Service Patrol program were carried out effectively and efficiently. Developed strategies and programs to enhance the safety of the traveling public and increase customer service levels. Conducted meetings with the Safety Service Patrol Managers to update on policy and procedural changes and receive input for changes/needs of the organization. Hiring of personnel to fill vacancies within the organization. Enforcement and application of EEO programs and guidelines associated with the Virginia Department of Transportation. Coordinate incident management with local emergency response groups. Assisted in the development of Incident Management guidelines to include policies and procedures, accident/injury prevention, interstate and secondary road motor vehicle safety related field and administrative duties. Actively participated in after action reviews in relation to major incidents occurring on the interstate system. Coordinated and participated in newspaper/television news interviews in relation to the Safety Service, traffic safety and problems. Development, administration, and implementation of training and safety programs. Analyzed historical data gathered by patrollers to identify highway safety problems and identify trends that may affe

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