- I efficiently in-processed over 100 soldiers into the barracks, ensuring they were assigned appropriate level quarters and facilitating a smooth transition.
- I submitted, followed up on, and resolved 177 work orders, effectively restoring security and improving the quality of life for residents.
- I recoded numerous door pads, saving over $2,000 in contractor calls and ensuring secure access for residents.
- I promptly responded to 20 after-hours lockouts, providing around-the-clock service and ensuring residents’ needs were met.
- I established the Barracks Program and Operating Instructions (OI) for the entire battalion, creating a standardized framework for effective management.
- I identified and corrected numerous deficiencies within the Electronic Military Housing online system, improving its functionality and accuracy.
- I led the annual ISR (Installation Status Report) Inspection from IMCOM (Installation Management Command), resulting in the unit receiving $1.1M in funding for future facilities upgrades.
- I remained flexible and cooperative while working with civilian contractors and locksmiths during non-duty hours for emergency services, maintaining a high level of support.
- I conducted the in-processing of 753 soldiers into the barracks from eight redeployments, facilitating a swift reunion of soldiers with their loved ones.
- I coordinated monthly maintenance inspections that led to $900k worth of repairs to facilities, ensuring safe and functional living quarters.
- I fostered an environment of fair treatment, awareness, and resiliency in the shop, actively supporting and participating in Army SHARP (Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention), EO (Equal Opportunity), and MRT (Master Resilience Training) programs.
- I standardized operating procedures for the barracks management team, earning recognition from FSBP (Family and Soldier for Life – Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers) area managers as top-notch among peers.
- I mentored and trained six Barracks Inspectors from two brigades, instilling standards, discipline, and values as the foundation of success.
- I ensured the utmost courtesy to all ranks, resulting in the highest customer service rating among the ten barracks management teams on the installation.
- I was called upon by FSBP management for assistance in identifying living spaces for soldiers attending courses on the installation, saving the government $44K.
- I spearheaded a recycling program SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) for the brigade, with FSBP adopting the program as the standard across the installation.
- I was selected as the FSBP Fire Marshal and R&U (Recreation and Welfare) representative, initiating facility upgrades and increasing safety for soldiers in single soldiers’ quarters.
- I processed over 200 service orders to maintain a high standard of living for the unit’s billets, boosting morale and supporting the unit’s mission.
- I ensured the maintenance and serviceability of all equipment valued at over $2.6 million dollars in 1066 barracks rooms.
- I inventoried and kept accountability for 858 keys valued at over $22,000, ensuring soldiers’ access while maintaining their safety in the barracks.
- I identified deficiencies, submitted, and tracked over 1200 service orders in my assigned area of responsibility, addressing issues and improving living conditions.
- I received commendation from a Battalion Command Sergeant Major for my excellent customer service, fast response time, dedication to duty, and problem-solving abilities.
- I performed 526 barracks room inspections, ensuring that new soldiers were provided outstanding living accommodations and furnishings.
- I managed and maintained three barracks buildings valued at over $139 million dollars, ensuring their functionality and upkeep.
- Although currently a Sergeant (SGT), I successfully performed in the role of a Staff Sergeant (SSG) (13B30).
- I in-processed over 200 soldiers into the barracks, maintaining round-the-clock availability and facilitating a smooth transition for soldiers.
- I submitted 154 work orders, proactively identifying and managing issues to prevent loss of living spaces.
- I instilled a sense of teamwork while programming for barracks renovations and improvements, ensuring collaborative efforts and successful outcomes.
- I effectively stored dozens of door codes and responded to 30 after-hours lockout calls, providing prompt and reliable service.
- I maintained ready access to 1113 living spaces, ensuring residents’ needs were met in a timely manner.
- I played a proactive role in vastly improving support for transient personnel assigned to Patch Barracks, ensuring their smooth integration and satisfaction.
- I implemented a comprehensive in-process briefing on responsibilities, resulting in a 50% reduction in charges for missing or damaged room furniture during out-processing.
- I streamlined the room clearing process, providing a one-stop solution for efficient out-processing.
- Enhanced the move-in inventory process to more accurately assess and assist with checkout, effectively reducing or preventing charges for damages not caused by the occupants.
Worked alongside the Chain of Command to develop informative redeployment packets, streamlining the barracks out-processing procedures.
Proactively addressed and rectified all issues pertaining to room and trailer assignments, ensuring optimal living conditions for all.
Conducted weekly safety and sanitation inspections, resulting in a secure living environment and achieving a flawless 100% pass rate in Public Health inspections.
Collaborated closely with the Chain of Command to guarantee immediate and adequate billeting for all returning soldiers upon their arrival.
Meticulously prepared and processed Vehicle Memos and HHG Memos, enabling redeployed soldiers to conveniently retrieve their personal belongings upon return.
Volunteered to support administrative processes involved in the redeployment of Task Force Odin soldiers.
Demonstrated exceptional leadership by organizing the Spanish Heritage, Asian Pacific, and Black History Month celebrations.
Generously devoted over 100 after-duty hours to facilitate the relocation of the unaccompanied Single Soldier Housing Office to its new site.
Displayed earnest dedication to the Camp Darby Best Warrior Competition, ensuring the highly skilled training and motivation of all NCOs.
Provided weekly status reports regarding Single Soldier housing statistics, exhibiting a diligent approach.
Maintained comprehensive logs for room key issuance and proficiently operated door lock programmers.
Effectively coordinated daily accompaniments for maintenance contractors, ensuring a fair distribution among all units and alleviating the burden on Soldier residents.