Karl Swartz

Army 68W E-8, Active Duty

Ft Carson, CO

Years of Service: 26 years, October 1994 - Present

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Experience

Manager of Business Unit Operations, U. S. Army,
April 2018 - Present

Department Manager, U. S. Army,
March 2016 - March 2018

Manager Business Operations Department, U. S. Army,
February 2015 - March 2016

Work Experience

Manager of Business Unit Operations April 2018 - Present

Army | 68W | E-8 | Ft Carson, CO, USA

  • Managed the organization's 'Decision and Execution Cycle', the crucial management process designed to synchronize the organization's current and future operations.
  • Improved profit margins by # % while reducing quality defect losses by # %.
  • Increased the frequency of scheduled preventive maintenance on production floor, reversing a history of unplanned equipment downtime and improving monthly output by # %.

Department Manager March 2016 - March 2018

Army | 68W | E-8 | Colorado Springs

  • Led and influenced subordinate operations managers and team leaders to accomplish critical tasks and achieve department objectives.
  • Always took initiative to accomplish the mission in the absence of direction and guidance from higher headquarters.
  • A leader role model who exhibited high standards, discipline and provided effective examples through personal actions.

Manager Business Operations Department February 2015 - March 2016

Army | 68W | E-8 | Camp Humphreys, Korea

  • Collaborated to keep higher and lower headquarters, superiors, and subordinates informed of the key issues facing the organization.
  • Demonstrated a unique capacity to assess business situations effectively and draw sound conclusions.
  • Engaged in 'ethical reasoning', when determining the right thing to do, even when no one was watching.

Manager of Business Unit Operations February 2015 - March 2016

Army | 68W | E-8 | USAG Humphreys

  • Provided direct oversight of all operation functions of the organization and was fully responsible for staff development, operations and plans, and organizational development and modernization.
  • Improved profit margins by # % while reducing quality defect losses by # %.
  • Managed the organization's 'Decision and Execution Cycle', the crucial management process designed to synchronize the organization's current and future operations.

Senior Medical Assistant June 2013 - September 2014

Army | 68W | E-7 | Fort Belvoir, VA, USA

  • Contributed to physician's effectiveness by identifying short-term and long-range patient care issues that must be addressed
  • Provided continuity of care by developing and implementing patient management plans.
  • Provided physicians with assistance during surgery or complicated medical procedures.

Top Skills

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AWARDS

Bronze Star Medal

May 2010