Family Readiness Group Leader Resume Samples

The basic job task of a Family Readiness Group Leader is to organize and lead the Family Readiness Unit. Work activities pertaining to the post are listed on the Family Readiness Group Leader Resume as follows – supporting the commander’s family readiness goals; providing overall leadership, recruiting other volunteers; delegating FRG responsibilities in selecting volunteers; serving as the member of the battalion – level committee; and identifying the needs of the unit families.

While the job duties vary from group to group, the needed skills are universally common and include the following – knowledge of family readiness programs, unit structure and procedures; ability to work well with families and soldiers, persuasion skills to get things done; and strong commanding skills. While a degree may be considered useful, most of the agencies recruit candidates and provide training on the field.

Family Readiness Group Leader Resume example

Family Readiness Group Leader Resume

Objective : To secure a Family Readiness Group Leader position as a professional personal trainer where can demonstrate passion to coach, motivate, and create an environment for individuals where wellness goals are heard, nurtured, and executed, producing lifetime results.

Skills : Microsoft Office, Customer Service.

Description :

    1. Supported the commander's family readiness goals.
    2. Provided overall leadership of the FRG in accordance with AR 608-1, Appendix J.
    3. Scheduled, planned, and conducted company Family Readiness Group meetings.
    4. Delegated FRG responsibilities to select volunteers in order to promote participation in FRG activities and accomplishment of FRG objectives.
    5. Acted as a liaison between battalion and company level FRGs.
    6. Identified needs or unique problems of unit families.
    7. Tracked FRG appropriated fund budget.
    8. Served as a member of the battalion-level steering committee.
    9. Coordinated administrative and logistical support with Family Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA).
Years of Experience
Experience
0-2 Years
Experience Level
Level
Entry Level
Education
Education
Associate's


Sr. Family Readiness Group Leader Resume

Summary : With over five years Family Readiness Group Leader experience in the customer service industry,could,and would be a valuable asset to any reputable company.

Skills : Inventory Management, Data Entry, Data Archiving, Bilingual, Medical Terminology.

Description :

    1. Acted as the Commander's representative for conducting guard member/ family readiness activities and training.
    2. Mentored and provided solid leadership to all volunteers.
    3. Oversaw all FRG operations, monitoring timeliness, progress of planning and execution of the Commander's goals.
    4. Ensured all FRG volunteers received training specific to areas of responsibilities.
    5. Tracked and reported all volunteer hours to Family Program Office.
    6. Oversaw FRG activities.
    7. Coordinated social events for mutual support and information.
    8. Facilitated volunteer and committee meetings, encouraged attendance, provided an agenda, and led appropriate discussions, thereby creating a comfortable environment for all attendees.
    9. Ensured distribution of newsletter, at least, quarterly.
Years of Experience
Experience
10+ Years
Experience Level
Level
Senior
Education
Education
Bachelor's


Jr. Family Readiness Group Leader Resume

Objective : To obtain a full- time or part-time Family Readiness Group Leader position with a reputable company or organization. All while bringing good work ethics, enthusiasm, dedication, and responsibility to a well named company or organization.

Skills : Interpersonal , Communication, Research And Planning, MicroSoft Products, Organizational , Management.

Description :

    1. Knowledgeable of the unit mission, existing FRG operating procedures, and structure and community resources.
    2. Recruits, trains, and manages volunteers and using community resources as needed.
    3. Organizes unit level readiness groups.
    4. Tracks and records volunteer hours.
    5. Obtains names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of all family members, including extended family members of single soldiers.
    6. Prepares telephone trees and keeping the lists current.
    7. Calls the Key Contact Person to activate the telephone tree.
    8. Attends and chairs FRG meetings.
Years of Experience
Experience
2-5 Years
Experience Level
Level
Junior
Education
Education
Diploma

Family Readiness Group Leader I Resume

Objective : Family Readiness Group Leader serves as fully independent advisor within geographical area of responsibility in accomplishing all objectives of the Soldier & Family Readiness Program (SFRP) for the Army National Guard to maximize retention and readiness.

Skills : Counselling, Management.

Description :

  • Provides input to develop, articulate, and implement the Family Readiness Program at the State level, inclusive of family readiness, family assistance, employment outreach, volunteer training and management and improvement of quality of life and well-being of Service members and families.
  • Conducts needs assessments to determine requirements.
  • Collects and organizes volunteer, family, and other related data, submit data and information through the State Family Program Director or Supervisory Family Support Services Specialist.
  • Implements and maintains computer entry system to support reporting, for retrieval, and dissemination.
  • Ensures accurate and timely input into the NGB-approved system of record for all applicable Service Members and Family case information, unit support, community outreach, training provision, volunteer management and other Family Program data.
  • Coaches, mentors and trains junior staff.
  • Conducts briefings at the local, unit and state levels to provide necessary information to leadership, commanders, Soldiers, Families, Soldier and Family Readiness Groups (SFRGs) and community partners and stimulate interest and support to build program and community capacity.
Years of Experience
Experience
2-5 Years
Experience Level
Level
Junior
Education
Education
High School

Family Readiness Group Leader II Resume

Headline : Provides efficient and accurate handling of customer requests and transactions in a professional and timely manner. Ensures all required policies, guidelines and standards are met as they provide service to BMO customers. Includes a mix of customer service and customer fulfillment activities.

Skills : Leadership , Community Outreach, Data Analysis, Electronic Case Management, Meticulous Attention to Detail.

Description :

  • Manages people and leads a team capable of delivering the desired business results.
  • Addresses the most complex escalated customer requests and transactions.
  • Acts as a trusted advisor to assigned business/group.
  • Influences and negotiates to achieve business objectives.
  • Recommends and implements solutions based on analysis of issues and implications for the business.
  • Assists in the development of strategic plans.
  • Identifies emerging issues and trends to inform decision-making.
  • Helps determine business priorities and best sequence for execution of business/group strategy.
Years of Experience
Experience
5-7 Years
Experience Level
Level
Executive
Education
Education
Certificate

Family Readiness Group Leader III Resume

Summary : An enthusiastic self-starter with strong secretarial skills. Well versed in oral and written communication, multitasking and perseverance to task completion. With 7 year track record in customer service, record keeping and general office management. Experience in diverse office environments and knowledgeable in current industry trends and technology.

Skills : Excellent Communication, Organization, Management.

Description :

    1. Successfully directed & chaired major functions and programs.
    2. Managed and ensured all Family Readiness activities were in compliance with Army and command guidelines.
    3. Examined and audited all Family Readiness documents and accounts.
    4. Approved disbursement of funds to accounts payable.
    5. Reconciled any discrepancies.
    6. Secured all funds for submission to treasurer for deposit.
    7. Approved yearly expenditures for programs and activities.
    8. Ensured all activities were staffed by volunteers.
    9. Maintained all volunteer time and attendance records.
Years of Experience
Experience
7-10 Years
Experience Level
Level
Management
Education
Education
Bachelor's

Asst. Family Readiness Group Leader Resume

Objective : 10 years of experience as Administrative Assistant/Legal Assistant Proofreading Project oriented: sticking to the job until it is complete Very organized and can meet project deadlines.

Skills : Microsoft Office Suite, Management.

Description :

    1. Provides guidance to junior leaders and members of the organization, to include planning, managing, and supervising events.
    2. Collects, organizes, and maintains personal and confidential information.
    3. Verifies accuracy of personal information and inputs into a computer database and regularly updates database to ensure accuracy.
    4. Establishes, maintains, and disposes of all confidential files and records according to the governing regulations.
    5. Regularly uses of computer programs to include Microsoft Office word, power point, and excel to collect and present information to company leadership, junior workers, and family members.
    6. Establishes and maintains an effective communication system with families to ensure they are receiving accurate information from command in a timely manner.
    7. Receives telephone calls and greets guests at multiple events and meetings.
    8. Ensures families and individuals are referred to the appropriate community and military agencies for needed assistance.
    9. Supervises the committees, groups and functions for a family readiness group consisting of Soldiers, civilians and volunteers assigned to the unit and their families (immediate and extended) for morale, cohesion, communication, unit cooperation and the well-being of company personnel and their families.
Years of Experience
Experience
2-5 Years
Experience Level
Level
Junior
Education
Education
MBA

Associate Family Readiness Group Leader Resume

Headline : Administrative support professional offering versatile office management skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office programs. Strong planner and problem solver who readily adapts to change, works independently and exceeds expectations. Able to juggle multiple priorities and meet tight deadlines without compromising quality.

Skills : Management, MS Office.

Description :

    1. Supports the commander's family readiness goals.
    2. Provides overall leadership for the FRG.
    3. Works together with the FRG Liaison in order to accomplish FRG goals.
    4. Recruits other volunteers to serve on FRG committees.
    5. Recognize FRG volunteers, and welcome newcomers.
    6. Delegates FRG responsibilities to selected volunteers as committee chairpersons.
    7. Identifies needs or unique problems of unit families.
Years of Experience
Experience
5-7 Years
Experience Level
Level
Executive
Education
Education
BA

Lead Family Readiness Group Leader Resume

Summary : Working in customer service-based fields to include inside sales, extensive experience has been gained in maintaining outstanding customer service under the pressure of a hectic work environment and heavy work load, in both a military and civilian conditions. Aided with good time management, professionalism, self-discipline, and the attention to detail, To move above and beyond the call of duty on behalf of the customer and the company by accomplishing multiple tasks within parameters required, while maintaining a healthy relationship within the team.

Skills : Microsoft Office, Typing 70wpm.

Description :

    1. Recruited, provided training for, and managed up to forty-five volunteers using available community resources.
    2. Organized, scheduled, and implemented training, workshops, orientations, fundraisers, and outings.
    3. Prepared and activated the calling tree for monthly check-ins and information from the Commander (CO) during deployment with meticulous records.
    4. Obtained contact information for family members of single Soldiers who wished to participate and be informed of situation reports from the CO.
    5. Organized and conducted monthly meetings.
    6. Maintained regular communication with the CO downrange, Rear Detachment Command team, and the Family Readiness Support Assistant.
    7. Identified concerns and problems of family members, and related these concerns to the leadership.
    8. Worked in conjunction with leadership to minimize rumors and reduce stress.
Years of Experience
Experience
10+ Years
Experience Level
Level
Senior
Education
Education
Associates

Family Readiness Group Leader Resume

Objective : Highly motivated candidate, leveraging finely honed interpersonal and time management skills to successfully manage. Group and achieve program goals and objectives. Energetic and goal oriented with a genuine passion for human service and a well-rounded background in supporting a progressive organization in optimizing performance. Currently seeking a position that will effectively utilize all acquired skills and abilities.

Skills : Family Readiness Groups Program Training, Limited Spanish, 44 WPM, Experienced With Microsoft Office Programs,.

Description :

    1. Supports the commander's family readiness goals.
    2. Provides overall leadership for the FRG.
    3. Works together with the FRG Liaison in order to accomplish FRG goals.
    4. Recruits other volunteers to serve on FRG committees.
    5. Recognizes FRG volunteers, and welcome newcomers.
    6. Delegates FRG responsibilities to selected volunteers as committee chairpersons.
    7. Identify needs or unique problems of unit families.
    8. Acts as unit FRG spokesperson for communicating family members' concerns and ideas to the unit commander.
    9. Prepares meeting agendas, facilitates meetings, oversees the production and distribution of the FRG newsletter and is responsible for preparing reports submitted to State Family Program Director (SFPD) Responsible for seeing that copies of all correspondence, minutes, agendas, financial records etc.
Years of Experience
Experience
0-2 Years
Experience Level
Level
Entry Level
Education
Education
Psychology

Family Readiness Group Leader / Resume

Headline : Demonstrated professional excellence coupled with a strong commitment to protect and improve population and individual health. Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills developed during sixteen years of managing programs, projects, and personnel; writing policy; and ensuring compliance to state and federal regulations.

Skills : Microsoft, Administration , Bilingual, Opera Software, Cooking & Baking, Organizing, Social Event Planner.

Description :

    1. JBLM, WA Supervisor: Commander Johnson - 864-986-8693 Duties: Acting as the Commander's representative for conducting military member/ family readiness activities and training.
    2. Mentor and provide solid leadership to all volunteers.
    3. Oversee all FRG operations, monitoring timeliness, progress of planning and execution of the Commander's goals, adhering to the strictest standards of confidentiality at all times.
    4. Ensure all FRG volunteers receive training specific to areas of responsibilities.
    5. Track and report all volunteer hours to Family Program Office.
    6. Coordinate social events for mutual support and information.
    7. Facilitate volunteer and committee meetings, encourage attendance, provide an agenda, and lead appropriate discussions, thereby creating a comfortable environment for all attendees.
    8. Ensure distribution of newsletter, at least, quarterly.
    9. Provide the Commander with an annual summary of the FRG self-generated funds.
Years of Experience
Experience
5-7 Years
Experience Level
Level
Executive
Education
Education