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I am a perpetually learning professional whose interest in emerging Web technologies and on-line marketing trends has fueled my expert knowledge of Web development and design.
Responsible for applying expertise in programming procedures to efficiently design, develop and re-launch the U.S. Army Ordnance Corps and U.S. Army Ordnance School website. Utilizing modern developing languages HTML5 and CSS3. Was able to efficiently identify and quickly resolve problems during the re-launch. Continuously research and enhance my knowledge to improve web content through better design and/or implementation of web technologies. Manage information behind Common Access Card (CAC) protected servers. Ensure the website and all content is in compliance with Army Regulations: AR 530-1, AR 25-1 or AR 25-2; while also maintaining compliance with Operations Security (OPSEC) and Section 508. Responsible for detailed collaboration with the Ordanance Corps and the subordinate units and/or directorates to include the Strategic Initiatives Group (SIG). While as a member of the SIG I provided strategies for utilizing the website and social media outlets for command communication. Collaborated regularly with the SIG to maintain continuity and constant communication for website updates and initiatives. Review website analytics, compiling data into reports that aid in identifying website traffic trends. Member of a team that redesigned, developed and relaunched the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) website. During a restructure of organizations, I took charge of the Transportation Corps website to enhance the overall appearance and usability of the website by modifying outdated layouts and recondition the CSS to provide a standardized appearance to aid in the ease of navigation.
Continued to Collect, Organize and Interpret (COI) information for the functionality of the Family & MWR website IAW articles under section 508 and OPSEC. Continuously coordinated with all Family & MWR activities to ensure pages and publicity were maintained with current and up-to-date information. Worked as a graphical designer for design layout. Ensures a coherent, balanced and informative design layout for flyers, signs, posters, web logo's, tri-folds and menus. Utilized activity / facility logos and the MWR logo to promote branding of the organization. Collected, Organized and Interpreted information for dissemination through commercial e-mail service. Ensured the e-mail format complied with the current guidelines established by NEC-LEE. Performed all uses and responses of social media. Utilized facebook and twitter, informational media sites to reach the Fort Lee customers through a brief and informative post. Posts contained links to the Family & MWR website for further information which increases traffic to the website. In one year, I increased visitors to the website by 18%, the uses of social media sites were increased by 32%. The specific web page built for a special event "concert series" had 6,800 hits alone in a 3 month span. I developed a new website design to have an up an coming launch incorporating web 2.0 technologies. The design was sent from the Atlantic Region to the IMCOM G-9 for consideration of the template to be used across all Family & MWR websites worldwide. Participated in special event planning for major events on Fort Lee. Coordinated with Commercial Sponsorship on required advertising and the terms of the display on the website and other marketing materials. Met with program, facility or event managers to collaborate on their website needs to promote their program, facility or event. Interacted with the public to promote Family and MWR programs and events.
Served as the sole Family & MWR Website Coordinator. Collected, Organized and Interpreted (COI) information for development and publication to the public commercial Internet website, in accordance with (IAW) Articles under section 508 and OPSEC. Coordinated with all Family & MWR activities to ensure that published information is up-to-date and thus served as an integral part of the marketing tool. Worked with all departments and directorates in Family & MWR to ensure that all events are published in compliance with existing regulatory, procedural and local policy guidelines. Provided marketing support by creating fliers, web logo's and other publicity information as needed to advertise events for Special Events and activities throughout Family & MWR. Served as the sole employee for key control. Met all requirements and passed all scheduled inspections. Worked as the Functional Administrator for the Recreation Tracking System (RecTrac). Worked under the advice, assistance and access authorization of the Information Systems Officer (ISO), assisting users of the system with any user problems that could be solved at the Functional Administrator level. Acted as the intermediary between the activity and the Information Technology Department on issues requiring their assistance.
Worked on the Family & MWR Sports & Recreation grounds crew. Maintaining ball fields with dragging, seeding and fertilizing. Assisted Special Events coordinator with setting up, running and tearing down of events. Assisted in other Sports and Recreation areas as needed. Developed the design and functionality of the new Family and MWR website with present day technologies of Web publicity and marketing of commercial entities.
Advanced Software Applications
Computer Science (JAVA)
Presidents Honor Roll 2003-2004
US Air Force, 1
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