LEE A. PONTIFLET * 5270 Stone Croft Trail SW§Atlanta, Georgia 30331
!707-205-5906 / :pontiflet@gmail.com
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Pontiflet Reume pdf

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  • 1.   LEE A. PONTIFLET * 5270 Stone Croft Trail SW§Atlanta, Georgia 30331 !707-205-5906 / :pontiflet@gmail.com QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE • 22 years active military service proficient in payroll, budgeting, travel entitlements, disbursing, contracting, leadership, maintenance, equipment and training • Excellent supervisory and leadership and management experience, with broad expertise in human resource/administration, customer service and coordination, training and development • Regarded for particularly effective supervisory and leadership abilities; skilled in finance operations • Exceptionally proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) • Team player and able to adapt to any situation • Security clearance level: Secret AREAS OF EXPERTISE & QUALITIES ü Financial Management and Analysis ü Budgeting and Contracting ü Travel and Entitlements Expert ü Accountability and Logistics Management ü Equal Opportunity Advisor ü Proven Management Skills ü Leadership and Team Building ü Articulate Oral and Written Communication ü Time Management and Prioritizing ü Excellent Work Ethic and Detail-Oriented ü Meticulous Organizational Skills ü Resourceful and Adaptable PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, DAEGU, KOREA 2012-2014 · Attended UMUC Asia after retiring from Active Duty studying Business Management/Accounting DRIVER/PACKAGE HANDLER, UNITED PARCEL SERVICE (UPS), ATLANTA, GA 2014-2015 · Delivered over 400 packages daily, on time and with no incidents · Responsible for sorting over 700 packages for correct loading into UPS trucks for daily delivery OPERATIONS SERGEANT, 336 TH FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CENTER , LAKE CHARLES, LA 2011-2012 · Served as Operations Sergeant for the center, a job normally held by a Master Sergeant · Responsible for the training, readiness, development, safety, health and moral for over 100 Soldiers, civilians, and Department of Defense contractors · Managed and accounted for organizational property valued at over $15 million dollars · Primary trainer for the Financial Management Center (FMC) in preparation for deployment to Operation Iraqi Freedom 45, Kuwait City, Kuwait FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT POLICY WRITER/MASTER RESILIENCY TRAINER, 175 TH FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CENTER, SEOUL, KOREA 2010-2011 · Provided analysis and financial management guidance to all financial managers, acquisition chiefs, logisticians, and senior level managers throughout the Korean Theater of Operations · Implemented programs, policies, and procedures necessary due to host nation agreements between the United States and South Korea · Served as the Master Resiliency Trainer, responsible for providing conflict resolution, strategic life planning, personal and professional development and diversity/cultural awareness · Selected by The Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) to be the Eagle Cash Card coordinator for the Korean Peninsula
  • 2.   FINANCIAL MANAGER/SENIOR ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT, UNITED STATES ARMY NORTH, FORT SAM HOUSTON, TX 2009-2010 · Responsible for the pay accounts and job placement of over 1,000 Soldiers · Senior travel coordinator responsible for generating temporary duty travel orders and the settlement of travel vouchers for over 2,000 Soldiers, civilians, and Department of Defense contractors · Screened and forwarded over 300 Officer and Non-Commissioned Officer Evaluation Reports to Human Resources Command for filing to Soldiers’ official military personnel records CHIEF OF FINANCE OPERATIONS/DETACHMENT SERGEANT, 9 TH FINANCE BATTALION, JOINT BASE LEWIS/MCCHORD, WA 2006-2009 · Directly responsible for the planning, coordination, and deployment of over 500 Soldiers to Kuwait in support of Operation Enduring Freedom 38 · Responsible for the oversight of 7 financial management companies geographically dispersed throughout Kuwait, Iraq, and the Horn of Africa · Maintained the control and disbursement of contracts, U.S and foreign currency in excess of 75 million dollars while in the Kuwaiti theater · Assisted the Kuwaiti Minister of Finance in establishing the first Kuwaiti National Bank on a U.S. military installation CHIEF TRAVEL ADMINISTRATOR/BUDGET AND DISBURSING OFFICER, UNITED STATES ARMY JAPAN, OKINAWA, JAPAN 2000-2006 · Directly supported Special Forces Groups by ensuring all financial requirements for travel were met · Served as budget and disbursing officer for the annual international exercise Yama Sakura in Tokyo, Japan, executing a 8 million dollar budget without loss of funds · Served as budget officer for Exercise Balikatan in Manila, Philippines, in charge of all expenditures and the reconciliation of a 25 million dollar budget · Managed a 6 person team in Kalsu, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom IV, disbursed over 60 million in contracts to Iraqi contractors for services without loss of funds EDUCATION University of Maryland College Asia, - 2014, Adelphi, Maryland (98 semester hours completed) PROFESSIONAL TRAINING · General Fund Enterprise Business System Course (GFEBS) - 2012, Columbia, South Carolina · Defense Support of Civil Authorities Course (DSCA) - 2011, San Antonio, Texas, · Master Resiliency Trainer - 2010, University of Pennsylvania, · Microsoft Office Suite Course (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) - 2008, Kuwait City, Kuwait, · Airload Planners Course - 2007, Tacoma, Washington, · Senior Leadership Course - 2004, Columbia, South Carolina, · United States Pacific Air Force Non-Commissioned Officer Course - 2001, Okinawa, Japan, · Travel Administrator Course - 2000, Columbia, South Carolina · Advanced Leaders Course - 1999, Columbia, South Carolina · Equal Opportunity Representative Course - 1997, Columbus, Georgia · Instructor Training Course - 1997, Columbus, Georgia U.S. MILITARY INFORMATION · United States Army, 1990 - 2012, received an Honorable discharge · Retired Sergeant First Class (E-7) · Deployed to Kuwait 2008 - 2009 OEF 38 and 2005 - 2006 OIF IV · U.S. Army Pathfinder, Airborne and Air Assault Qualified Lee A. Pontiflet (707-205-5906 - pontiflet@gmail.com Page 2/2 Hardworking, Highly motived, Team Player, Effective, Exceptional, Results-driven

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