Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume Samples

It is the duty of a Family Readiness Support Assistant to support families that are ready for deployment. Work activities associated to the post are listed on the Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume as follows – referring families to relevant community resources, aiding and supporting in conducting administrative duties; connecting military families to military and civilian resources; providing logistical and administrative assistance to the FRG; preparing online and print communications; scheduling training, keeping volunteer records; and coordinating unit activities.

The nature of the job demands the following qualifications – prior work experience in FRG administration and management; strong working knowledge of community and social services agencies; strong knowledge of grammar and spelling and office terminologies; and proficiency in using the printer, fax machine, and other offices related equipment. The job requires the least a high school diploma or GED.

 

Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume example

Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume

Summary : Provide training, administrative and logistical support to the unit Command leadership team, the Family Readiness Group (volunteers) and the units overall Family Readiness program as provided for by policy and guidance from SFPD

Skills : Excel, Quickbooks.

Description :

    1. Responsible for include planning deployment and deployment fairs for up to 4500 military personnel and their Families, which encompass organizing and coordinating vendors and volunteers to work the event, scheduling 6 battalions to attend, and designing deployment informational pamphlets and packets.
    2. Prioritized work according to regular schedule or urgency needs.
    3. Prepared an annual budget of expenses.
    4. Inventored deployment, redeployment, relocation and Family activities supplies and (re)order as necessary.
    5. Researched Internet and company catalogues for products and availability.
    6. Considered the FRG Leader, supervisor, and resident subject matter expert in the 4th Infantry Division responsible for determining selection criteria, conducting initial interviews, and selecting appropriately skilled subordinate personnel.
    7. Applied key selection factors in evaluating attitude, appearance, job skills, and prerequisite work history.
Years of Experience
Experience
10+ Years
Experience Level
Level
Senior
Education
Education
Business


Sr. Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume

Summary : Highly qualified Family Readiness Support Assistant with experience in the industry. Enjoy creative problem solving and getting exposure on multiple projects, and would excel in the collaborative environment on which your company prides itself.

Skills : Microsoft Office, Windows 7 And 10, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, Power Point, Excel, Microsoft Publisher.

Description :

    1. Served as the advisor to the Unit Commander at the 412th Theater Engineer Command, a Two-Star General Operational Functional Command (O&FC) that has over 12,000 soldiers and over 300 hundred civilian employees and contractors.
    2. Performed a variety of clerical and administrative duties in support of the Commander and volunteer (FRG) Family Readiness Group leaders.
    3. Utilized an in-depth practical knowledge related to a wide range of clerical and administrative Family Readiness Program requirements, issues, services and policies.
    4. Provided assistance to Soldiers and Families and the general public in person, by telephone, or in writing.
    5. Conducted interviews to determine the nature of the callers question or issue; explain technical information, gather facts, evaluate evidence, and take action to resolve problems relating to all US Army Reserve programs.
    6. Provided assistance, information, referral and follow-up on all areas of Family Programs.
    7. Assisted with implementing and maintaining Family support services for Family members separated from the military sponsor due to mobilization/deployment and training efforts, or other duty requirements.
Years of Experience
Experience
10+ Years
Experience Level
Level
Senior
Education
Education
Family Law


Jr. Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume

Summary : Over 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 Self Motivated Experience in Customer Service and Sales Typing 95 WPM.

Skills : ACLS, PALS, BLS, Iv Certified.

Description :

    1. Recorded the daily in-processing and out-processing of Soldiers.
    2. Maintained Battalion list of 75 trained volunteers for the Brigade Care Teams.
    3. Served as Battalion Organization Point of Contact for the Army's web based Volunteer Management Information System and maintain volunteer registration information for 65 volunteers.
    4. Collected and kept record of all volunteer hours.
    5. Created and maintained monthly distribution list of Key Leaders and Key Volunteer's contact information.
    6. Executed daily operations of Brigade's Family Readiness Program Perform variety of clerical, technical and administrative duties Utilize Microsoft .
    7. Demonstrated sensitivity to the diverse needs of mobilized or deployed Soldiers and Family members.
Years of Experience
Experience
10+ Years
Experience Level
Level
Senior
Education
Education
Early Childhood Education

Family Readiness Support Assistant III Resume

Summary : Certified school teacher with a graduate degree in curriculum and development. also have an undergraduate degree in psychology and yet employed with the Department of Defense assisting Soldiers and families as well as working for the American Red Cross and United Way.

Skills : Excel, Word, Powerpoint, Access, Publisher, 10 Key By Touch.

Description :

    1. Maintained oversight of FRG (Family Readiness Group) Activities within the unit and update the commander on the status of the program, issues and services available to the Soldiers and Families.
    2. Refered Soldiers and Families to appropriate office i.e.: Financial Readiness, Consumer Affairs, and Family Advocacy, Chaplains, Morale, Welfare and Recreation.
    3. Provided assistance, information and follow-up on all areas of Family Readiness support.
    4. Coordinated date, time, locations, speakers and child care for FRG activities to include, Steering Committee meetings, briefings, orientations and reunions.
    5. Assisted Families, Friends, Agencies and FRG Leaders with any issues/concerns that may arise, refers to the correct agency if needed.
    6. Worked closely with the Unit Commanders and FRG Leaders to ensure efficient and effective communication between the command, FRGs, community resources and the Family Members.
    7. Worked closely with the Battalion (BN) Family Readiness Support Assistants (FRSAs), distributes information to each FRSA.
Years of Experience
Experience
10+ Years
Experience Level
Level
Senior
Education
Education
BS

Family Readiness Support Assistant II Resume

Summary : Dedicated and self-motivated individual with a reputation for great team management skills, multi-tasking capabilities, effective time management in any paced environment, and a proven leader. Comfortable communicator in a diverse setting, personable, and detail oriented with every task given. Possess over ten years of strong and diverse experience working with the military and their families. Very adaptable, resilient, and culturally aware.

Skills : Background In Microsoft Office Applications; Extensive.

Description :

    1. Provided command support on Family Readiness Group (FRG) operations, and on all applicable Army/FORSCOM Policies and Regulations for the Battalion Commander down to the company level commanders.
    2. Identified requirements related to family readiness and participated in the development of local programs and policies needed to respond to the needs of participants.
    3. Contributed input to various military unit standard operating procedures relevant to the Family Readiness Group operations, family readiness and deployment, rear detachment operations, and command inspection criteria.
    4. Assisted leadership, commanders, soldiers, and family members with referrals to civilian and military agencies or resources as related to concerns or issues that may affect individuals during deployment or dwell time.
    5. Worked closely with Army Community Services to maintain knowledge of latest changes in the Family Readiness Program and up-to-date referral information on Army Family policy and community resources.
    6. Developed and maintained the battalion Virtual Family Readiness Group website.
    7. Developed and distributed The Weekly Derby, a weekly flyer containing community and post wide events and opportunities for soldiers and families Established and distributed The Workhorse Monthly and The Tigershark Monthly, bi-monthly newsletters for the battalions during deployment.
Years of Experience
Experience
7-10 Years
Experience Level
Level
Management
Education
Education
Public Affairs

Family Readiness Support Assistant I Resume

Summary : Talented, self-driven, and highly motivated professional with proven track record of success providing training and administrative support to all levels of managers. Possessing broad knowledge, experience, and skills in military personnel systems, human resources, and family programs with a full understanding of the mission and support structures associated with the Army National Guard.

Skills : Organizational, Communication, Customer Service, MS Word Applications, Office Equipment.

Description :

    1. Performed clerical, technical, and administrative duties in support of the Family Readiness Group (FRG) Program, Battalion and Company level commanders, volunteer FRG leaders, Soldiers and Families.
    2. Received Secret clearance on August 12,2014.
    3. Implemented and maintained Family support services for Family members separated from the military sponsor due to mobilization/deployment, training efforts, and/or other duty requirements.
    4. Promoted effective communication between the command teams, FRGs, and Family members via telephone, email, social media and video conferencing.
    5. Maintained oversight of FRG activities within the unit and updates the commanders on program status, controversial issues and services available to Soldiers and Family members.
    6. Assisted with program information, agency referral, and follow-up on all areas of family readiness support programs.
    7. Responsible to coordinate the date, time, facilities, guest speakers and child-care for those events.
Years of Experience
Experience
10+ Years
Experience Level
Level
Senior
Education
Education
Associates Of Arts

Assistant Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume

Headline : To acquire a position as a registered nurse in the health field industry. Provided ongoing referral, outreach and support services to military service members and their families in regards to crisis management, financial .

Skills : Microsoft Office, Publisher.

Description :

  • Drafted memos and maintaining files Was an Instructor for several training workshops and seminars .
  • Inputted and maintained the volunteer service records using the Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS).
  • Researched government regulations in order to provide regulatory guidance for program operational guidance and fiscal budgeting avoiding any funding.
  • Monitored and reported any shortfalls in the program and recommended solutions in order to maintain the deployment readiness of over 1000+ unit .
  • Created a required database that allowed the unit to use the Army's eARMY Messaging System.
  • Maintained and updated 11 FRG Company Social Rosters, tracking the physical addresses, phone numbers, email addresses of Spouses and Family Members for over 800 Soldiers.
  • Developed, coordinated, and monitored Squadron-level Family Readiness Program Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) and family support referrals to.
Years of Experience
Experience
5-7 Years
Experience Level
Level
Executive
Education
Education
Business

Associate Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume

Summary : Assertive professional with highly developed interpersonal and communication skills. Pleasure of working with various innovative projects that require strategy, creativity, and efficiency. want to continue to expand knowledge and skill in professional journey.

Skills : Microsoft Office, Excel, Quickbooks, All Aspects Of Office Equipment.

Description :

    1. Provided support in sponsorship training for new team members and volunteers Completed operational training requirements in a timely manner Provided .
    2. Assisted in event coordinating of unit and base functions such as deployment homecoming, family day, and spouse appreciation events.
    3. Assigned work based on priority, difficulty, and employee skill-set or capability.
    4. Recommended termination of personnel that did not perform to quality standards.
    5. Developed and implemented the Battalion Family Readiness Plan to include Family Readiness Group (FRG) Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), FRG Informal Funds SOP, FRG Budget and Appropriated Funds SOP, Volunteer Management SOP, FRG Website SOP, FRG Newsletter SOP, and CARE Team SOP.
    6. Provided guidance and suggested updates as necessary to ensure the Battalion is in compliance with any new guidance from Higher Headquarters and Army Regulations.
    7. Maintained Family Readiness Group records/files and assured proper safekeeping, storage and destruction of office and Family Readiness Group (FRG) records, Army regulations and policies, and computer output.
Years of Experience
Experience
10+ Years
Experience Level
Level
Senior
Education
Education
BS

Family Readiness Support Assistant/Administrative Resume

Objective : Experience working in general public, and medical office settings. Interface well with others at all levels including patients, professionals. Hardworking, and have interpersonal communication, customer service and office support.

Skills : Office , Customer Service, Administrative Work.

Description :

    1. Served as administrative support performing a variety of clerical, technical duties in support of the FRG Program.
    2. Maintained family support services for family members separated from the military sponsor.
    3. Assisted with implementing and maintaining family support services.
    4. Worked with Army Community Services (ACS) and other social service agencies to assist the Rear Detachment Commander (RDC) for preparation, coordination of briefings, orientations, and workshops, informing Soldiers and Family members regarding the functions of the Family Readiness Program and a variety of deployment and reunion issues.
    5. Maintained day-to-day awareness regarding public, military, and/or administrative issues impacting the families of deployed military & garrison personnel.
    6. Assisted the RDC in instructing /training units, soldiers, and their families on Family Readiness issues.
    7. Maintained regular telephonic/electronic contact with the unit Family Readiness Group Leaders to provide technical support inregaurds to family readiness activities and issues.
Years of Experience
Experience
2-5 Years
Experience Level
Level
Executive
Education
Education
Medical Records Management

Family Readiness Support Assistant Resume

Objective : Performed clerical skills using Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, Publisher functions, 45 WPM, type forms, and maintains files.

Skills : Relationship Building, Customer Service, Event Planning, Training, Management, Project Management.

Description :

    1. Organized countless morale events for Soldiers and Families by coordinating with donors and.
    2. Plannned all details from risk management, logistics, seating, transportation, food, and promotion of the event.
    3. Created and maintained Battalion Facebook page.
    4. Enabled a Military Family Life Consultant to be embedded within the WTB, a force multiplier for the WTB's behavioral health team.
    5. Passed MEDCOM IG inspections with 100% accuracy and was formally established as the standard for FRSA operations.
    6. Served as an immediate source of information to personnel processing into and departing from the Warrior Transition Battalion.
    7. Worked closely with multiple organizations/offices to maintain knowledge of latest changes and updates for Wounded Soldier and Family member resource information.
Years of Experience
Experience
2-5 Years
Experience Level
Level
Executive
Education
Education
Bachelor's In Accounting/business