Non-Commissioned Officer Resume Samples
A Non-Commissioned Officer is a military officer who has not earned a commission. Acting as the backbone for the armed services , these officers execute the following duties mentioned on the Non-Commissioned Officer Resume – taking responsibility for the execution of the organization’s mission, training military personnel, acting as the primary link between the commissioned officers and the enlisted personnel; providing guidance and advice to the junior officers; and at times to the senior officers as well.
While the exact duties vary based on the rank or level the officer holds, the required skills are common and include the following – strong attention to details, knowledge of using small arms effectively, mentoring skills, confidential security clearance, surveying and mapping skills; knowledge of supply and logistics planning; and strong communication skills. A high school diploma is a minimum requirement.
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Non-Commissioned Officer Resume
Summary : Results-driven change agent with over 20 years experience within cross-functional leadership roles. Proven record of success in developing policies, procedures and programs that support organizational goals. Consistently demonstrated a tenacious approach to accomplish operational, logistical and maintenance projects supporting large-scale organizations.
Skills : Human resource, laws expert, Human resources policies.
- Trained assigned personnel and maintain government equipment to operational standards plan for future requirements and operational needs present requests to superiors for allocation training time man power and funds.
- Coordinated with other staff members to develop a monthly training plan for 90 soldiers and officers.
- Prepared and presented daily briefings, and medical training using PowerPoint, teleconference and other software systems.
- Prepared and conducted intercontinental teleconference with specialized care facilities and providers.
- Analyzed risk factors involved in daily operations and training and implement countermeasures via Composite Risk Management process.
- Managed 5-10 medical professionals, train and mentor them to perform future leadership roles.
- Trained and conducted operations in austere environments.
Sr. Non-Commissioned Officer Resume
Summary : To utilize skills of teamwork, leadership, and a dedicated work ethic in an environment where can help others as well as continue to learn and expand skill set.
Skills : Information Assurance, Information Technology, COMSEC, Information Compliance.
- Conducted safety and goal oriented meetings.
- Managed security profiles, security screenings, biometric data, counter intelligence interviews, intelligence reports on 200 local hire laborers.
- Supervised issuance of fuel to more that 100 contract vehicles.
- In charged of procurement, receipt and issuance of over $550 million in materials annually.
- Provided support to seven (7) work centers to ensure.
- Managed storage, receiving and transaction control operations.
- Managed $1.9 million in materials for the maintenance and repair of 449 facilities .
Jr. Non-Commissioned Officer Resume
Summary : Retiring United States Air Force Non-Commissioned Officer who is highly motivated, organized, accountable, flexible, and dependable. Possesses diverse capabilities in the areas of quality assurance, equipment inspections, auditing processes, product analysis, project management, program development, policy compliance, customer service, security, communication, supervision, and leadership.
Skills : Database: Self Inspections Utilizing Government Management.
- Participated in the testing, fielding and implementation of the Special Forces Tactical Local Area Network System (TACLAN), enabling the first fully .
- Responsible for the training of Special Forces Soldiers holding the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) of 18E, on the operation and integration.
- Responsible for the configuration, installation, and operation .
- Led Technician & Maintenance Quality Assurance Inspector: - Troubleshoots and repairs components and equipment.
- Managed parts handling through suppliers and repair shops.
- Prepared components for shipment, transportation, storage and installation.
- Read and interpreted technical orders, interactive electronic technical manuals, inspection work cards, manufacturer's manuals, wiring and schematic diagrams.
Asst. Non-Commissioned Officer Resume
Summary : Hard worker seeking experience and a chance to improve environment. Looking for Employment to better Community.
Skills : Proficient in Microsoft Windows, Word Documents, and Summit/Spillman Computer System.
- Used a variety of support and test equipment, hand and power tools to include generator sets, micrometers, test gauges, hydraulic test stands, calibration gauges, etc.
- Documented work performed maintenance and maintains records.
- Performed quality verification, supervisory, and employee evaluation inspections.
- Performed in-progress inspections to identify discrepancies and safety violations.
- Initiated quality deficiency reports inoperable parts due to manufacturing defects.
- In charged of 5 to 10 man maintenance team.
- In charged of maintenance of multi-million dollar equipment.
Associate Non-Commissioned Officer Resume
Summary : To obtain a position as a supervisor where can use supervisory skills, quality assurance, program development, and training experience to provide better service to the customer.
Skills : Leadership Team Work Customer Service Cash Management Organizational Microsoft Office.
- Planned maintenance programs.
- In charged of maintenance of working Compartments and living quarters.
- Supported NCOIC Provided support for rotational augmentees to the Regiment.
- Responsible for coordinating administrative and logistical support of over 1200 civilians' and military augmentees a month.
- Managed the maintenance and readiness of 15 Augmentee barracks.
- Maintained supply warehouse, office equipment, and billeting equipment valued in excess of $8 million.
- Responsible for 50% of the course instruction taught at the Opposing Forces (OPFOR)/ Contemporary Operating Environment (COE) Academy and Insurgency Certification Program.
Non-Commissioned Officer III Resume
Summary : To obtain a position that will offer a variety of challenges and responsibilities where can maximize management skills, program development, training experience, and customer care skills and abilities.
Skills : Military, Law Enforcement, Security, Leadership, Outlook, MS Office.
- Supervised maintenance and structured activities.
- Provided leadership of 32 personnel ensuring.
- Supervised security for millions of dollars worth highly sensitive equipment.
- Responsible for resulting in a loss of zero for a 4 year period.
- Communicated effectively with diverse populations.
- Responsible for effectively managing a diverse workforce.
- Repaired optical, mechanical and electronic navigation equipment.
Non-Commissioned Officer II Resume
Summary : Honorable Retired, after 28 years, as a Senior Officer. Served as a Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Senior Officer, with experience in Homeland Security. Held positions as a Senior Operations Manager and a Director of Training and Education. Possess all the qualification that is required for the position .
Skills : Team leader, Good Communication.
- Inspected nuclear steam generators.
- Assisteded Exterior Maintenance of ship and overseeing safety of personnel.
- Coordinated with local law-enforcement agencies for housing of military prisoners and request, receive, and examine reports involving military personnel who are apprehended off post.
- Processed military offenders case paperwork and coordinate movement of prisoners to the Joint regional Correction Facility.
- Searched for and locate soldiers who have deserted the Army and coordinate their return to military control.
- Supervised and controlled Civil Liaison office duties which includes three person team.
- Conducted soldier counseling on monthly basis, create monthly work schedules, supervise military law-enforcement operations.
Non-Commissioned Officer I Resume
Summary : Accomplished, results-oriented leader with extensive experience in finance, accounting and office administration. Detailed oriented, problem solver that can build positive rapport and team work that build organizational success. Microsoft office suite 90-100 wpm Type speed Problem solver Customer Service.
Skills : Customer Service, Forklift Operator, Heavy Equipment Operator, Carpentry.
- Supervised upkeep of four military up-armored HMMWVs and basic issue items for the vehicles, maintain over $100,000 worth of squad equipment.
- Responsible for the moral and welfare of 12 soldiers 58TH MP CO 58th MP CO.
- Conducted daily movement security of the 385th MP Battalion Command Sergeant Major during all battle field circulation patrols lasting approximately 12 to 14 hours a day.
- Guided and supervised over twenty-five employees as per the military rules and regulations and trained and educated the workforce regarding proper work completion and adherence to military standards such as mail monitoring and the handling of Official and Accountable mail.
- Monitored the timely performance of the employees in the workforce and motivated them to accomplish more such as Marine Corps Institute classes, college courses and leadership training.
- Assigned duties/shifts to different employees as per their areas of expertise, both in the post office and also during mandatory training.
- Conducted briefings and meetings before and after work sessions pertaining to Officers and Senior.
Lead Non-Commissioned Officer Resume
Summary : Dedicated veteran seeking a career as a Licensed Practical Nurse to utilize the training and healthcare experience gained through education and time in the military to help those in need while promoting a positive healing environment.
Skills : Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat Professional, Relativity.
- Enlisted military and their role in the postal operations aboard the base.
- Maintained and documented work completed on a daily basis.
- Presented the report to the management on a daily basis showing accountability of mail and the mail clerks at the surrounding units aboard base.
- Responsible for screening calls and meeting arrangements, preparing reports and financial data, training and supervising junior enlisted Marines.
- Devised creative and cost-effective incentive and morale-boosting programs (including special events and awards) that increased employee satisfaction and productivity while being the Single Marine Program Assistant Coordinator.
- Trained over fifty employees on techniques used on promotion boards and leadership skills while being a trainer for Corporal's course.
- Conducted over seventy-five seminars and meetings pertaining to official mail and professional development.
Objective : Highly professional individual with superb experience in leadership and guidance. Seeking employment upon returning home Marine Corps. Qualified in the use of a wide-variety of shop tools and vehicle lifts. Possesses expanded knowledge of Military Occupational Specialties. Trained in suicide prevention, diet and exercise, team morale, as well as leadership - provided by USMC.
Skills : Military, Customer Service, Counseling, Mental Health.
- Organized and created a new filing system within the office to ensure all paperwork was tracked, and turned in before it was due.
- Attended numerous meeting, took notes, and briefed staff under command of our strengths and weaknesses.
- Timely and accurately processed financial and official payroll claims for 73 reservist resulting in 100% timely pay and record keeping for them.
- Required to plan, research historical data, order subsistence items, receive all subsistence items, and issue all subsistence items.
- Responsible for completing the Quarterly Subsistence Financial Report to be submitted to Headquarters Marine Corps for both exercises.
- Provided critical data and statistical information to Base Food Service daily.
- Maintained impeccable inventory controls.
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For Meritorious service while serving as Information Technology Specialist (Data Management) for the System Analysis Branch (SAB), Army Publishing Directorate Media Distribution Division (APDMDD), Army Headquarters Services (AHS), Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army (AASA) from September 2016 through August 2019. Sergeant Roscoe N. Ehrlich provided significant contributions to maintaining the LAN/WAN and applying ARMY STIG policies to the Agency Network. During 2018, Sergeant Ehrlich deployed Windows 12 on 15 servers and Windows 10 on 70 workstations. Sergeant Ehrlich's dedication to the mission and commitment to excellence during his service to the Department of Defense reflects great credit upon himself, the System Analysis Branch and the United States Army.
Information Technology Specialist
Meritorious service while serving as Information Technology Specialist in support of the 704th Brigade Support Battalion, Fort Carson, Colorado from 10 June 2017 to 20 August 2019. During this period, Private First Class Jason Carter distinguished himself as a knowledgeable Information Technology Specialist. His broad knowledge and technical skill was demonstrated as he spent countless hours troubleshooting WIN-T Increment II assemblages during Iron Strike by ensuring all upper TI communication capabilities were operational across the Battalion. His hard work and dedication were crucial to the overall success of the 704TH BSB S-6 section and reflects great credit upon himself, the 704th Brigade Support Battalion and the United States Army.
His oversight was instrumental in identifying the cause and restoring connectivity and functionality within the Sensitive Compartmentalized Information Facility (SCIF). SPC Kline's efforts and dedication to the MID enhanced the MID's organic ability to provide intelligence to support the Special Forces Operational Detachment-Alpha (SFODA) and was vital to posturing the teams for operations within Central America (CENTAM) and Southern Cone/Andean Ridge (SCAR). His support allowed intelligence personnel within the SCIF to meet the 1/7 SFG(A) Commander's mission and intent. Specialist Kline's performance reflects great credit upon himself, the Special Forces Operational Detachment-Alpha, and the United States Army.
Provided exceptional assistance to the 1st TSC G6 section. SGT Myers demonstrated a high level of technical skill and experience as he provided information technology support in resolving trouble tickets. SGT Myers imaged computers and ran patches for CPU systems enabling the G6 section to increase the number of patches run, which eliminated average downtime to under 0.5% which allowed the G6 to achieve a readiness rate of over 99.8%. SGT Meyers' performance reflects great credit upon himself, the 316th ESC and the United States Army.
Specialist Kline's outstanding professional skill, knowledge, and leadership aided immensely in identifying problem areas. He provided continuous technical support during the division's scheduled briefings daily. The utilization of his applicable skill sets was key in resolving any technical issues that any officer, senior enlisted member, soldier, or airmen may have incurred during the training unit's battlefield update meetings within the immediate training area. His confidence, professional demeanor and willing efforts to assist personnel ensured mission continuity and success. Specialist Kline's outstanding achievements and devotion to duty reflect favorably upon himself, DHHBN, 34th Infantry Division, and the the United States Army.
Special Operations Force Deployable Node (SDN) Operator
Usafricom/contingency command post (ccp).
SSG Africom contributed to the CG's top priorities by developing leaders through coaching and mentoring of 12 subordinates, three peers, and 18 senior leaders in the implementation, use, and maintenance of the Contingency Command Post (CCP) communications systems in support of five named Operations, two Theater Security Cooperation Events, and 12 Joint Accord Exercises.
SSG Africom was the cornerstone that enabled the CCP communications team to facilitate capable and flexible mission command for USARAF during Lion Focus 16 and Judicious Response 17. SSG Africom seamlessly covered the responsibilities and duties of the CCP Communications Section's OIC and NCOIC for three months while running at 30 percent personnel strength, enabling the successful communication support of Operation Oaken Steel, African Readiness Training, and African Land Forces Summit.
SSG Africom protected the command from financial liabilities and set the standard for inventories by developing a system that meticulously maintained 100 percent accountability of over 400 pieces of equipment and sensitive items valued in excess of four million dollars. He was also responsible for drawing, maintaining accountability, and the destruction of all COMSEC material within the CCP. During his tenure, there were zero reportable COMSEC incidents and minimal down time on tactical communications.
SSG Africom while forward deployed in support of Operation Juniper Micron (OJM) established an emergency radio communications with the Embassy, improving reliability and security for the OJM team members. In addition, he maintained the Joint Coalition Battlefield Information Collection and Exploitation intelligence network (BICES) in support of multiple coalition personnel. His hard work and dedication was crucial to the overall success of the OJM missions.
Maintained, monitored, configured and administered network systems, software, and components as follows. Ensured that all systems were in compliance with Army Regulation 25-2. Designed scripts to effect changes to network machines to ensure Information Assurance Vulnerability Asset (IAVA) compliance. Identified and eliminated system vulnerabilities. Conducted regular security, vulnerability, and anti-virus scans on up to 6K network computers and all visitors' computers. Implemented Microsoft Security updates and IAVA updates. Participated with teams on information technology programs to ensure controlled accessibility and authorized information systems to prevent and defend against unauthorized access to systems, networks and data. Participate in network and systems security policies and procedures. Provide assistance to facility management or system owners on the risk management process for information systems as require throughout their life cycle and to identify vulnerabilities and the protection needed.
Provided functional and technical support for, but not necessarily inclusive of, the following Logistic Information (LIS): SAMS-1E, SASM-2E, SAMS-IE, SAMS-1A PBUSE, CSS-VSAT, and CAISI 2.0. Distributed all new Army LIS/equipment to CASSAMO customers; distributed new Software Packages, Engineering Change Proposals (ECP) and Incremental Change Packages (ICP) to CASSAMO customers as well as maintained a Historical Library of System Software and Change Packages. Maintained and Issued LIS Floats, monitored Contract and Maintenance Support (Warranty/Maintenance Repair), provided User Level LIS Sustainment Training, restore equipment to operation by replacement of line replaceable unit, troubleshoot automation equipment and systems to the degree required for isolation of malfunctions to specific hardware or software.
Demonstrated experience of VTC systems, in particular, Polycom and Cisco systems. Demonstrated experience and ability to implement and operate various types of fully integrated computer-based VTC systems with minimal oversight. Demonstrated experience and ability to test and operate all phases of the system life cycle. Ability to operate all system components to include mainframe, mini, and microcomputer hardware, software, and mass storage devices. Ability to effectively communicate with Executives as well as systems users both verbally and in writing.
As the IASOs for the 45th Sustainment Brigade, managed 222+ personnel at Brigade level and ensured Battalion elements met the IA standard, which encompassed an estimated 1000 soldiers. Enforced IA policy, IA guidance, and training requirements derived in the Army and Department of Defense (DoD) regulations. Also ensured all users met regulation requirements prior to granting user access to information systems as well as maintained annual IA awareness training to support user access. Tasked with reviewing system logs and judge the ramifications of system changes have on the security posture. Made sure all systems were certified, accredited, and reaccredited, and made sure all software was properly licensed and verified. Also insured any security violations and incidents were reported to the applicable RCERT.
Served as the Information Assurance Officer (IAO) for the 45TH Sustainment Brigade, keeping abreast of certification and accreditation (C&A) mission requirements, monitoring IA Network Security projects/programs/activities, and studying network security operations. Evaluated planning documents associated with assigned systems to ensure appropriate IA controls were incorporated. Processed Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Public key Infrastructure (PKI) requests and participated in the review of the 45TH Sustainment Brigade information security program, by assisting in the performance of internal control and security investigations and reviews. Provided technical and programmatic Information Assurance Services to internal and external customers in support of network and information security systems. Designs, develops and implements security requirements within the organization. Prepares documentation from information obtained from customer using accepted guidelines such as DITSCAP (DoD Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process). Conducts security program audits and develops solutions to lessen identified risks.
Information systems squad leader, information systems team chief, s-3 training ncoic, comsec custodian.
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Translating your Military Experience for a Civilian Resume
November 11, 2021 | by joe towle.
One of the most challenging parts of my transition from active service to civilian employment is figuring out how my time in the Military fits into the civilian world, and then I still had to find something I wanted to do, a whole different challenge. We’ve all had the conversation with our friends who don’t serve where they ask “So, what do you guys actually do?” That’s a hard question to answer, because it could be as simple as spouting off a few of our organization’s favorite buzzwords, and hopefully they get it, or we have to figure out how to put it into terms that a friend at your 10-year reunion would understand. Creating a civilian resume is a lot like the second one, only we have to sound a little more professional. I’ve put together some tips from experience and research to help make that a little simpler.
Be realistic about what your position actually was (looking at us Officers, but we’re not forgetting about some of our Sr NCO partners). Yeah, we might have been Commanders, Officers/Noncommissioned Officers-In-Charge, or a section leader, but does that actually translate to upper management, director level, or even C-suite in a corporate role? Take a good hard look at your service and figure out where you probably fall, it can feel a little shocking with all the work you’ve put in. Here’s a little cheat sheet on position titles from Military.com .
Job Title Translations
Company Commander = Senior Manager
BN/BDE Executive Officer = Deputy Director
Field Grade Officer = Executive or Director
Company Grade Officer = Operations Manager or Section Manager
Warrant Officer =Technical Specialist or Department Manager
Senior NCOs = First-Line Supervisor
First Sergeant = Personnel Manager
Squad Leader = Team Leader or Team Chief
Supply Sergeant = Supply Manager or Logistics Manager
Operations NCO= Operations Supervisor
Not every job specialty in the military translates to the civilian world perfectly. The finance guys will probably be able to fit into the finance/payroll/accounting world pretty nicely and MPs will probably be able to translate skills to civilian law enforcement. However, some roles don’t translate as well and you will have to look deeper into your role to highlight what is most important to a civilian employer. Think leadership experience, logistics management and organizational skills.
Unless you’re planning on staying in federal service or transitioning to a role that is responsible for a lot of equipment, nobody really cares about the millions of dollars of equipment we’ve all been in charge of. Maybe talk about managing the maintenance of that equipment to highlight your organizational and logics management skills.
My final tip is to be honest. If you didn’t follow the advice from earlier in the article, and you talk about all this director level experience but only have 6 years of experience on your resume you’ll come across overqualified for the jobs you actually qualify for, and miss that shot, while also being blown out of the water by people who actually do have that experience.
If you’re getting out, congratulations on a great career, and thank you for your service. Employers are chomping at the bit to bring in new employees and they know how valuable Veteran experience is. If you’re trying to figure out your next step please shoot me a message on LinkedIn or visit our jobs page to see our current openings. Good Luck!
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Non-commissioned officer resume research summary. We analyzed 2,482 non-commissioned officer resumes to determine which ones land the most jobs. Below you'll find example non-commissioned officer resumes that can help you get an interview (and a job offer) from companies like United States Army Corps of Engineers and United States Marine Corps. Here are the key facts about non-commissioned officer resumes to help you get the job:
- The average non-commissioned officer resume is 466 words long
- The average non-commissioned officer resume is 1.0 pages long based on 450 words per page.
- Combat is the most common skill found on resume samples for non-commissioned officers. It appears on 13.8% of non-commissioned officer resumes.
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How to format your non-commissioned officer resume:.
- The job title on your resume should match your application for the role.
- Ensure your work experience focuses on achievements, rather than responsibilities.
- Recruiters and hiring managers suggest fitting your resume on one page.
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Non-Commissioned Officer resume format and sections
1. add contact information to your non-commissioned officer resume.
Your name should be the biggest text on the page and be at or near the top of the document.
Your address doesn't need to include your street name or house number - listing your city and state works just fine.
Your email address should be professional, but not your current work email address. It's not a good look to use your work email for personal projects (job-searching).
Your social media can be included if you have a fully-fledged LinkedIn page or another social media page that showcases your relevant skill set .
Non-Commissioned Officer Resume Contact Information Example # 1
Montgomery, AL 36043| 333-111-2222 | [email protected]
2. Add relevant education to your non-commissioned officer resume
- The name of your school
- The date you graduated ( Month, Year or Year are both appropriate)
- The name of your degree
- Academic awards (Dean's List, Latin honors, etc. )
- GPA (if you're a recent graduate and your GPA was 3.5+)
- Extra certifications
- Academic projects (thesis, dissertation, etc.)
- If you're a recent graduate, you might opt to place your education section above your experience section
- The more work experience you get, the shorter your education section should be
- List your education in reverse chronological order, with your most recent and high-ranking degrees first
- If you haven't graduated yet, you can include "Expected graduation date" to the entry for that school
Non-Commissioned Officer Resume Relevant Education Example # 1
High School Diploma 2004 - 2006
Non-Commissioned Officer Resume Relevant Education Example # 2
High School Diploma 2007 - 2009
3. Next, create a non-commissioned officer skills section on your resume
- Include 6-12 skills, in bullet point form
- List mostly hard skills ; soft skills are hard to test
- Emphasize the skills that are most important for the job
Soft skills are also valuable, as they're highly transferable and make you a great person to work alongside, but they're impossible to prove on a resume.
Example of skills to include on an non-commissioned officer resume
Combat is a violent conflict between two parties. Combat can be held by using weapons or unarmed. The fighting between the armed forces of different countries can also be called combat and the main purpose of the combat is to eliminate and stop your opponent from achieving their goal.
Professional Development Skills
Professional development means to have the essential training certification or education with the purpose of earning and having a successful career. Every job requires a different set of skills. However, new skills may be needed in the future. Professional development, in this regard, helps people to develop and polish the skills and become efficient workers.
Platoon is a smaller group or subdivision of military officers often used for tactical missions. The military unit includes around 50 military officers, all of whom are commanded by a lieutenant. A platoon may include between two to four squads or sections, which may include anywhere from 8 to 14 people per squad.
Definition of Done (DoD) is a set of deliverables that are needed to devise software. These deliverables are valuable to the system and can be exemplified by writing code, coding comments, unit testing, integration testing, design documents, release notes, and so on.
Law Enforcement Skills
Law enforcement is the task of certain members of the community who work together to uphold the law by identifying, preventing, rehabilitating, or prosecuting others who break society's laws and norms. The phrase refers to the police, the judiciary, and the correctional system.
Windows is a chain of operating systems that controls a computer and is developed by Microsoft. Every version of Windows consists of GUI (graphical user interface), with a desktop that allows the user to open their files.
US Army Skills
The United States Army is the branch of the United States Armed Forces that employs land services. It is one of the eight U.S. uniformed services and its five core competencies are land combat, combined arms operations special operations, sustain the area for the joint force, to integrate national, multinational, and joint power on land. The Army's includes combined arms maneuver and wide-area security, armoured and mechanised operations, and airborne assault operations.
Top Skills for a Non-Commissioned Officer
- Combat , 13.8%
- Logistical Support , 12.0%
- NCO , 11.9%
- Professional Development , 4.7%
- Other Skills , 57.6%
4. List your non-commissioned officer experience
The most important part of any resume for a non-commissioned officer is the experience section. Recruiters and hiring managers expect to see your experience listed in reverse chronological order, meaning that you should begin with your most recent experience and then work backwards.
Don't just list your job duties below each job entry. Instead, make sure most of your bullet points discuss impressive achievements from your past positions. Whenever you can, use numbers to contextualize your accomplishments for the hiring manager reading your resume.
It's okay if you can't include exact percentages or dollar figures. There's a big difference even between saying "Managed a team of non-commissioned officers" and "Managed a team of 6 non-commissioned officers over a 9-month project. "
Most importantly, make sure that the experience you include is relevant to the job you're applying for. Use the job description to ensure that each bullet point on your resume is appropriate and helpful.
- Collaborated with team members to train and create a positive and competitive sales environment.
- Maintained knowledge of sales and tools related to position.
- Received outstanding positive comments from team members on employee reviews, as well as exceptional feedback from senior management
- Monitored orders using the retail point of sale (POS) system.
- Established positive relationships with customers by giving them the best service possible.
- Coordinated with city and county departments on polices and procedures.
- Developed, implemented and revised departmental policies and procedures.
- Supervised investigations, including homicide, robbery, sexual battery, violent crime, organized crime, narcotics trafficking, etc.
- Coordinated with local emergancy responders for the most effect response and assistance.
- Ensured new incoming personnel quickly gained required training and processed out to strengthen unit's needs in Iraq.
- Received training in preparation for combat operations and disaster response during state or national emergencies.
- Trained and led 3-9 man teams for and during combat operations including foot and mounted patrols, raids and detainee operations.
- Performed as a member of a reconnaissance team during drills and live combat in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
- Received and implemented combat orders.
- Performed combat operations with multiple weapon types.
- Managed facility maintenance and shop operations for a communications and electronics facility.
- Volunteered to represent the installation as Battalion Color Guard NCOIC for surrounding community celebration events, received commendations from Battalion Commander.
- Utilized combat experience to create a convoy Operations Training Plan, later approved by Training and Doctrine Command for use.
- Performed periodic and random inspections to ensure compliance with regulations and standardized procedures.
- Trained maintenance platoon on troubleshooting techniques of Patriot equipment.
5. Highlight non-commissioned officer certifications on your resume
Specific non-commissioned officer certifications can be a powerful tool to show employers you've developed the appropriate skills.
If you have any of these certifications, make sure to put them on your non-commissioned officer resume:
- Medical Assistant
- Certified Planning Engineer (CPE)
- Certified Law Enforcement Analysts (CLEA)
- EPA Amusement Operators Safety Certification (EPA)
- Certified Emergency Manager (CEM)
- Certification in Transportation and Logistics (CLT)
- Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)
- Certified Personal Trainer
- Certified Security Supervision & Management (CSS)
- Certified ANA Marketing Professional (CAMP)
6. Finally, add an non-commissioned officer resume summary or objective statement
A resume summary statement consists of 1-3 sentences at the top of your non-commissioned officer resume that quickly summarizes who you are and what you have to offer. The summary statement should include your job title, years of experience (if it's 3+), and an impressive accomplishment, if you have space for it.
Remember to emphasize skills and experiences that feature in the job description.
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- Logistical Support
- Professional Development
- Training Programs
- Law Enforcement
- Communications Equipment
- Hazardous Materials
- Training Events
- Physical Fitness
- Technical Guidance
- Physical Security
- Direct Support
- Personnel Actions
- Training Schedules
- Corrective Action
- Operational Readiness
- Performance Evaluations
- Inventory Control
- Tactical Operations
- Secret Security
- Training Exercises
- Technical Assistance
- Defense Travel System
- Military Operations
- Military Equipment
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Links to help optimize your non-commissioned officer resume.
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