3098 Tsue Lane, Kailua, HI 96734
_______________________________________________ NATHAN BRETZ PG. 2
Section Manager
 Led the joint international training ...
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Nathan Bretz Final Resume

Published on: Mar 3, 2016

Transcripts - Nathan Bretz Final Resume

  • 1. NATHAN BRETZ 3098 Tsue Lane, Kailua, HI 96734 303-718-1418 PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Logistics/Training Professional and Military Veteran with a Secret Security Clearance and 9 years of proven experience in the United States Marine Corps. Accomplished measurable results while leading 5 – 45 personnel in a dynamic, fast - paced environment. Possess a comprehensive background in Training Management and Instruction derived from conducting domestic and global operations spanning 3 Continents totaling 5 Countries. Managed risk upon multiple lines to protect assets, property, and equipment valued in excess of over $1.25M while meeting the expectations of senior leadership. Possess extensive knowledge in Operations Management, Risk Mitigation and Security Management. Recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance and professionalism to include 5 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals. Career supported by vast operational experience.  Operations Management  Logistics Management  Leadership/Team Development  Training/Instruction  Career Development  Process Improvement  Organizational Communication  Crisis/Security Management  Microsoft Office Suite PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS – Various Locations 2006 – Present Training Instructor  Developed, organized, trained, and executed a departmental training course for the United States Marine Corps premier officer training academy; resulted in the mentorship of 2100 personnel graduating with a 99.2% qualification rate  Implemented and executed 37 separate training exercises while serving as senior instructor for 29 high risk exercises; utilized risk reduction matrixes to mitigate risk to less than 2%  Managed comprehensive training reports for 120 students within 96 hours of the completed training event to further enhance the training progression for each individual student; logged over 175 hours of field training instruction  Mentored 5 instructors to successfully teach 6 blocks of instruction in a 3 week period 22% ahead of schedule  Recognized by seniors, peers and junior personnel as one of the most intelligent, competent, and devoted instructors in the department by end of course critique results and yearly evaluation reports Security Manager  Managed daily security operations throughout the Philippines while providing training, mentorship and counseling to 117 joint service personnel to further enhance the stability and reconstruction for the region  Led 20 personnel throughout a high risk training exercise which resulted in the being recognized as the top team within the department  Trained 20 personnel during 5 separate security training exercises which resulted in 20 personnel receiving a 100% qualification rate  Led an international training program of self – defense instruction which ultimately resulted in 20 personnel graduating from level 1 basic apprentice to a level 2 intermediate  Managed the professional development of 20 personnel while assisting in providing detailed quarterly and yearly evaluation reports, monthly counseling’s and detailed career progression charts for future advancement opportunities
  • 2. _______________________________________________ NATHAN BRETZ PG. 2 Section Manager  Led the joint international training exercises in the Republic of Korea as a lead instructor for 101 U.S and Korean military personnel  Managed daily operations at a level one higher than assigned grade while managing the accountability, mentorship, training and professional growth for 51 personnel; commended for superior performance  Managed the accountability and maintenanceof $1.25M in organizational equipment with zero loss; resulted in a 6% reduction of fraud, waste and abuse while successfully repairing damaged equipment  Recognized as the having best overall section during a departmental training exercise by senior leadership as well as being recognized as the best section leader within the department  Mitigated risk while leading high risk exercises in support of the global readiness objectives within the Pacific Theater; maintained a 99.9% readinessrating EDUCATION/TRAINING Marine Corps Leadership Development Course Marine Corps Mid-Level Leaders Course Basic Instructor Training Course First Responders Course SELECT AWARDS Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal – 5 Certificate of Commendation – 2 Letters of Appreciation – 9

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