Nathan Geno
457 ScottsvilleDrive- St. Charles,MO 63304
Contact: (314) 662-5769- E-Mail:nathang.geno@yahoo.com
Summary Care...
strong squadrons flightachievements and flyinghours
 Delivered many after action briefings to various high-level military...
ensured support for 340 real world sorties/week over Washington D.C.
Current Instructor Certifications:
 CPR/First Aid
Ad...
M ERC- systems operations
Flight p lanning
Fuel p lan management
Leadership Training
Senior NCO academy
Airman Leadership ...
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  • 1. Nathan Geno 457 ScottsvilleDrive- St. Charles,MO 63304 Contact: (314) 662-5769- E-Mail:nathang.geno@yahoo.com Summary Career military Non-commissioned officer with extensive experience in organizational development, inter-agency networking and communications, operational planning and implementation, training and leadership in high-stakes environments. High value placed on ethical principles, integrity, selflessness and accountability. Currently building a resume in the financial sectoras personal finance representative. Experience Commerce Bank 2015-present  Totaled $1 million dollars in first 9 months employed; contributed to total of $6 million dollars in total revenue in 2015 for branch  Quality Assurance role in policies and procedures in financial sector; daily account analyzation and control  Generated over $2 million in referrals for Brokerage and Private Client group US Bank Personal Banker 2014-2015  Top Banker in District 3rd and 4t h Quarter of 2014; On pace to continue 1s t quarter of 2015  Well versed in government regulations in regards to personal banking and sales techniques  Strong interpersonal skills , focusing on team growth and stability; always seeking to strengthen the chain as a whole Under Armour2013-2014  Associate manager of Chesterfield location; quality assurance role for incoming shipments  Supervisor of 40 employees ; help drive sales to top $1 million for 2013  Product knowledge expert; in charge of merchandising and product testing and placement United States Air Force-Technical Sergeant (E-6) 2011-2013  Sensor operator on MQ-1B predator-over 1100 hours flown in support of various theatres across southwestAsia  Personally selected at500 hours to become an instructor-500 hours ahead of the 1000 hours requirement  Previously held Top-Secret SCI SSBI security clearance Non-Commissioned officer in charge (NCOIC) Awards and De corations  Converted ink and paper process to all digital databasecuttingthe processingtime of Ariel achievement medals by 50%  Oversaw8 man team responsiblefor the processingand trackingof 320 member
  • 2. strong squadrons flightachievements and flyinghours  Delivered many after action briefings to various high-level military and civilian decision makers. NCOIC of Mobility  Lead 6 member team who maintained and tracked mobility requirements for 320 member squadron,ensuringentire squadron was deployableat all times  Identified outdated and expired mobility requirements, cutting processingtime by 75%, ensuringboots on the ground when called upon  Revamped filingsystem,allowingfor digital trackingof members mobility status leadingto zero findings on annual complianceinspections. Aerospace Ground Equipment Technician-StaffSergeant (E-5) 2004-2011  Lead 32 member team in the inspection,maintainingand trackingof 637 pieces of ground supportequipment; total valuearound $3.2 million dollars  Conducted over 3100 inspections and quality assuranceinspectionswhileassigned to AGE, identifyingnumerous design flaws and abnormal wearingtrends, preventing damage to personal as well as to multi-million dollaraircraft  Quality Assurancesuperintendentin charge of over 350 pieces of equipment valued at $15 million;100%QA pass ratefor 3 years in charge AGE Journeyman Senior Airman (E-4) 1999-2004  Spearheaded modification to bomb loadingequipment, reducingarmament loadingtime, increasingover-all safety factors and ensuringbombs on target and on time  As Senior Airman(E-4) selected for NCOIC of supportsection, a spot normally reserved for individuals2 pay grades higher; responsiblefor $250K bench stock supplies,as well as theHAZMAT program  Selected as Airman below the zone ahead of 23 other eligibleairman based superior performance; promoted 6 months ahead of peers  Lead team inspectingentire fleet to identify faulty brakesystem on munitions loadingvehicles, a spotnormally reserved for an E-6  Personally selected to run 3rd shiftin supportof operation enduringfreedom;
  • 3. ensured support for 340 real world sorties/week over Washington D.C. Current Instructor Certifications:  CPR/First Aid Additional Certifications:  HAZMAT ops  HAZMAT awareness  NMLS  Notary Public  Personal bankingand financial consultations Formal Education Undergraduate Studies Embry-Riddle 2016 Bachelor of Science Major: Professional Aeronautics Minor: Safety GPA: 3.72 Accumulative Community College of the Air Force 2012 Associate Degree in Applied Science Major: Aviation application Associate Degree in Applied Science Major: Aerospace Ground Equipment Operation S ervice Education S pecial Qualifications Flight Crew-Sensor Operator
  • 4. M ERC- systems operations Flight p lanning Fuel p lan management Leadership Training Senior NCO academy Airman Leadership School JFIRE school Awards Joint Service Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement medal with 2 oak leaf cluster devices, Air Force Achievement Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Award (fifth award), National Defense Medal, Global War on Terrorism Exp editionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service M edal, Rifle Marksmanship Ribbon, Top Graduate Basic Ribbon

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