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Seffner, FL. 33584

E: mark.k.ohler92@gmail.com
H: 813.643.5881
C: 813.650.3586

Country of Citizenship: United States

Veterans Preference: 5 Points
Security Clearance: Secret (Active)

To secure a full-time position that will allow me to utilize skills & experience developed in the military that can assist in mission
accomplishment for the organization.

! Experienced with briefing high-level supervisors

! Proficient in analyzing problems, gathering data, and

recognizing solutions

! Professional, courteous & well-disciplined

! Adept in making difficult decisions in stressful situations

! Proficient in the Microsoft Suite, Microsoft and
Macintosh operating systems

! Excellent in written & verbal communication

Department of Defense
United States Marine Corps

Administrative Specialist
Full-time 40+Hours/Week

08/10 08/14

Department of Veterans Affairs

Vocational Rehabilitation

Vocational Rehabilitation Aide


08/10 08/14

Vocational Rehabilitation Aide

03/15 - Present

James A. Haley Veterans Hospital

1077 N 46th St.
Tampa, FL 33617
Currently working part-time in the Work-Study Program as an aide for veteran counselors. Duties include assisting veterans in
navigating through various job-websites and helping to create and modify resumes in their objective of obtaining full-time
employment in the federal government or in civilian sector as well as providing them with their benefits from city bus passes and
other social benefits. Basic office tasks are performed; from customer service, copying, faxing, and creating work templates.

Audit & Review Clerk

04/13 08/14

Headquarters Marine Corps

Manpower & Reserve Affairs
Manpower Management Records & Performance - 21
2008 Elliot Road
Quantico, VA 22134
Worked alongside eight staff members consisting of military personnel & federal employees of GS-7 grades. Competently reviewed
updated, audited, modified, managed, and corrected Marines Official Military Personnel File (OMPF), Service Record Book (SRB),
and Officer Qualification Records (OQR), and as applicable the Master Brief Sheet (MBS).

" COMPUTER SKILLS: Knowledgeable in Windows operating systems; XP, 7, and 8. This includes the Microsoft Office suite

from drafting correspondence in Word, creating presentations in Power Point, consolidating information in Excel, and inputting
data in Access. Proficient in typing at least 45 words per minute & use of professional e-mail etiquette.
" CUSTOMER SERVICE: Provided service to service members, private contractors, and defense agencies to include but not

limited to the Department of Homeland Security (DOH), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Department of State, and other
various organizations. Customers were facilitated through direct interface via walk-in, facsimile, appointment, and over the phone
regarding records, promotions, and established policies.
" DATA SYSTEMS/INFORMATION SECURITY: Operated several systems to include the Optical Digital Imagining (ODI),

Marine Corps Forces Total Force System (MCTFS), and other customer service/correction modules daily. Documents were
governed & maintained through these programs. All daily procedures fulfilled were in accordance of the Privacy Act of 1974 &
Freedom of Information Act. Handled social security numbers, addresses, personal identifiable information and other clearance
sensitive information leaks. Ensured the protection of all sensitive documents & ensured the proper disposal or filing.
" MAIL HANDLING: Transported official, certified, registered government mail to/from unit building & post office. Signed,

inspected, and distributed mail throughout appropriate sections throughout the building.
" OFFICE EQUIPMENT: Knowledgeable in the operation, maintenance & function of basic office equipment such as CD

burners, multi-line phones, fax machines, copiers, scanners, and printers.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Audited, assisted, and counseled 5,600 Marines regarding records, promotions, and career opportunities.
Processed & reviewed over 31,000 documents for the OMPF.

Operational Clerk

06/12 04/13

Marine Aircraft Group 36

Unit 37131
FPO AP 96603-7131
Okinawa, Japan
1st Marine Aircraft Wing
Transferred to a lower echelon but previous responsibilities of the FAP & TAD program were maintained. Tracked the status of
Pacific Operations, and movement of commanded personnel throughout the region.

" CLEANLINESS/SANITATION: Oversaw the maintenance and cleanliness of unit building. Work sections and public areas
inside, and out, were kept in clean order. Performed sweeping, mopping, buffing floors as well as general cleanup tasks.

" DATA COLLECTION: Accounted for personnel for various joint military operations in the Kingdom of Thailand. This
included the arrival and movement of 800 personnel from the Navy, Marines, Army, Air Force, and government contractors at more
than six locations. Data was collected through various compiled reports with unit liaisons; consolidated data into one report for daily
manpower strength.

" LOGISTICS/SUPPLY MANAGEMENT: Ordered, inventoried and maintained office and cleaning supplies. Distributed
supplies throughout subordinate sections.
ACOMPLISHMENTS: Successfully maintained accountability of all incoming & outgoing personnel for operation Cobra Gold
2013. This led to mission success in the proper disbursement of manpower & resources in key locations.

Administrative clerk

04/11 06/12

1st Marine Aircraft Wing

Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 1
Unit 37121!
FPO AP 96373-7121!
Okinawa, Japan
Clerk for the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Commanding General, assisted in unit administrative affairs. Responsible for tracking of
Inbound/outbound personnel to/from Japan and within Japan. This was to include the overseeing of the Welcome Aboard
Program, Fleet Assistance Program (FAP), and Temporary Additional Duties (TAD) for personnel.

" BRIEFING/REPORTING: Gathered data were reported to senior personnel on a daily & weekly basis and at times of
significant operational tempo. Briefed new personnel and their families regarding their new overseas assignment, rules, and
regulations that needed to be followed.

" DATA MANAGEMENT: Through various data sources the movement of incoming personnel to and throughout Japan was
gathered, compiled, and tracked. Created more effective data systems to store tracked personnel. Incoming/Outgoing
correspondence tracked by logging digitally and hard copy.

" FILING: Properly filed and maintained incoming correspondence/documents in compliance with the Privacy Act of 1974.
Digitalized thousand hard-copy files in transition to meet new federal guidelines. Ensured the destruction & proper disposal of
sensitive information.

" WRITING, EDITING, CORRESPONDENCE: Drafted orders, letters, and endorsements on behalf of the commanding
general in compliance with the Correspondence Manual for the Department of the Navy. Thousands of Welcome Aboard Letters
were created & mailed to future personnel. Orders created for the reporting of personnel, movement of personnel under the FAP &
TAD programs.

!! University of Tampa
- Actively pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Management
!! Devry University
!! Northern Virginia Community College

05/15 Present
01/14 04/15
08/13 10/13


!! United Services Military Apprenticeship Program (Department of Labor)
- Computer Peripheral Equipment Operator
!! Professional Association of Diving Instructors
!! United States Coast Guard Auxiliary Safety Course
!! Administrative Specialist Course

Certificate of Appreciation x2
Certificate of Commendation x2
Global War on Terrorism Medal
Good Conduct Medal
Letter of Appreciation x7

Korean Defense Service Medal

National Defense Service Medal
Navy Achievement Medal
Sea Service Deployment Ribbon



!! Community Relations - Okinawa, Japan
04/11 04/13
Volunteered for monthly community cleanups of public facilities & parks. Assisted in basic set-up, cleanup, and
participated twice in the annual Kadena Special Olympics for special-needs children of the host nation which had bolstered
international relationship & cultural exchange.
!! Honor Flight Program Washington D.C.
04/13 08/14
Regularly participated in the temporary care of WWII, Korean, and Vietnam veterans from around the country in touring
the capitol. As a guardian, assisted 1-3 Vets in transportation from/to the airport, for the disabled, and distributed meals.

Language __________ Spoken______________Written___________





Administrative Chief

(714) 742-0583 david.downing@usmc.mil

Margaret Billups (MSgt) USMC

Operations Chief

(703) 784-3949


Luis Rivera (CWO3)


Operations Officer

(703) 784-3950


Alexis Sanchez (Capt)


Commanding Officer

(703) 784-6276 alexis.sanchez2@usmc@usmc.mil

Mark E. Elliot


Voc Rehab Specialist

(813) 785-9404 mark.elliott@va.gov

David Downing (SSgt)