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AUGUSTINE ELIZABETH PAYTON

7232C Johnson Ct
Fort Meade, MD 20755
Primary Phone: 410-446-2046
Secondary Phone: 410-491-4997
augustine.payton@us.army.mil, apd7a75a@westpost.net
Country of citizenship: United States of America
Veteran's Preference: 5-point preference based on active duty in the U.S. Ar
med Forces, 10/7/04-04/04/06, 12/16/02-6/12/03
Contact Current Yes
AVAILABILITY Job Type: Permanent- Human Resources Specialist or related field
Work Schedule Full Time
DESIRED US-MD
LOCATIONS US-NC, US-VA, US-Washington DC,
WORK EXPERIENCE
U.S. Army Reserve, TPU, Lieutenant Colonel(LTC)
9/2009- present
USAR SPT CMD 1A DIV E Hourly: 30 hrs
Fort Meade, Maryland
LTC, Senior Human Resources Officer
Responsible for the supervision, development and mentorship of human resources
soldiers. Managed G1 personnel policy guidance, awards policy, personnel manag
ement, evaluation, promotion, personnel accountability, and training to ensure S
oldiers readiness.
*Translated human resources business practices into information system requireme
nts.
*Apply information technology principles to human resources business processes.
*Maintained data quality for the human resources database.
* Maintained a portion of a large database or a module supporting the business p
rocess.
*Provided comprehensive human resources services to supervisors throughout the D
etachment.
*Provided recommendations to line-supervisors on the widest range of alternative
s.
*Conducted detailed analyses of complex functions within serviced organizations.
*Developed a plan of action or project plan or specifications necessary to carry
out the requirements for the human

U.S. Army Reserve, TPU, Lieutenant Colonel (LTC)


8/1998- 8/2009
311th Signal Command (Theater) Detachment/US Army Pacific (USARPAC) Hourly: 30
hrs
Fort Meade, Maryland
Edna Blocker- Contact: (202) 575-1407
LTC, Senior Human Resources Officer
Served as the G1 Detachment /Senior Human Resources Officer in support of the US
Army Pacific (USARPAC) Signal Command (Theater). Monitored and evaluated the e
ffectiveness of Human Resource programs for the Detachment. Supervised, advised
and provide guidance to management officials or Line Supervisors in variety of H
uman Resource areas. Managed Human Resource Lifecycle such as planning, recruitm
ent and replacement, training and development, personnel policy guidance, awards
policy, personnel management, evaluation, promotion, personnel accountability,
and classification. Managed Human Resource laws, regulations, concepts, princip
les, practices, and procedures applicable to Human Resource functions. Managed a
utomated Human Resource systems and technological tools. Conducted and performe
d personnel presentations and briefing in the military. Developed and implemente
d health promotion programs to
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include Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program. Conducted readiness and depl
oyment process program. Additional duties in the U.S. Army Reserves: Equal Oppor
tunity Officer, Consideration for Others Facilitator, Officer in Charge (OIC) fo
r the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Program.
Apply information technology principles to human resources business processes.
*Maintained data quality for the human resources database.
*Maintained a portion of a large database or a module supporting the business pr
ocess.
*Provided comprehensive human resources services to supervisors throughout the D
etachment.
*Provided recommendations to line-supervisors on the widest range of alternative
s.
*Conducted detailed analyses of complex functions within serviced organizations.

*Developed a plan of action or project plan or specifications necessary to carry


out the requirements for the human
resources information system(s).
*Provided advice and guidance to management officials on a variety of complex pr
oblems as they relate to the automated human resources system and understand the
limitations and capabilities of the infrastructure and how it can support a par
ticular modification or enhancement.
*Provided accurate and timely products to management with information necessary
to address difficult and complex human resource problems.
*Implemented changes to the modules as new regulations or policies require modif
ications to the local system(s).
*Make recommendations to management on changes necessary to modify human resourc
es transaction processing.
*Reviewed the effect of recommended modifications on other portions of the Human
resource information system(s) and on requirements for external reporting requi
rements for the local databases.
United States Postal Services, Incoming Mail Facility (IMF) 2/1997-Present
Linthicum, Maryland Hourly: 40hrs/wk
Wanda Carter, Supervisor Contact: (410) 691-4218
Mailhaandler
Serve as a Mailhandler Technician and a Power Equipment Operator. Process, sort,
and distribute incoming first, second, and third class mail. Dispatch incoming
mail to the proper station area within the facility. Serve as the Ergonomic tea
m core member. Monitor and evaluate safety issues by conducting courteous safety
inspections. Revises job analysis to reduce work-related injuries. Make recomme
ndations on improving job performances and tasks. Certified United Postal Servic
e Facilitative Instructor to guide employees using hand-on experiences that simu
late real work situations and to provide employees ability to perform well on th
e job.
Deployed, OPERATIONS IRAQI FREEDOM in Kuwait 10/2004-04/2006
Coalition, Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC) /THIRD ARMY Hourly: 60 hrs per
week
Personnel System Management Officer/Human Resources Officer
Served as the Deputy Chief of Staff of Personnel (Forward) for the 335th Theater
Signal Command (TSC) and the Personnel Management Officer for the 246th Quarter
master Mortuary Affairs Company. Managed tracking and accounting for over 2,000
Soldiers and civilians in the CENTCOM AOR. Managed the Command Personnel Statu
s Report, Joint Personnel Status Report (JPERSTAT), Army Command Personnel Statu
s Report, and Deployed Theater Personnel Accountability System (DTAS) reporting
to CFLCC C1. Provided personnel training to the administrative personnel on JPER
STAT reporting, Army Command PERSTAT reporting. DTAS 1 and 2 and Theater Replac
ement Operations to ensure accurate personnel strength reporting to CFLCC C1. P
repared and brief the Deputy Commander (Forward) and the Chief of Staff (Forward
) on the Command personnel strength and personnel issues. Provide advice and gu
idance to management officials in variety of Human Resource areas. Provided Huma
n Resource lifecycle such as planning, recruiting, training and development, per
sonnel policy guidance, awards policy, personnel management, evaluation, promoti
on, personnel accountability, and classification. Provided Human Resource laws,
regulations, concepts, principles, practices, and procedures applicable to Huma
n Resource functions. Knowledge of project management principles,
methods, automated Human Resource systems and technological tools. Implemented p
ersonnel polices and procedures in the Command. Responsible for re-enlistment,
promotions, finance, and awards to ensure Soldiers readiness in the CENTCOM area
of responsibility. Performed additional duties with the 377th Theater Support
Command and served as the
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246th Quartermaster . Company S-1 to train and to manage JPERSTAT reporting and
Army Command PERSTAT reporting. Processed military recommendation of awards a
nd assisted the 246th Quartermaster Company on personnel actions. Prepared Conti
ngency Operations Temporary Tour of Active Duty (COTTAD) packets for processing
in support of OPERATION IRAQ FREEDOM in Kuwait. Ensured the following documenta
tions collected for COTTAD request from voluntary individual Soldiers were accur
ate: DA Form 1058-R, Volunteer Statement, orders, HIV results, Security Clearan
ce, height and weight meet AR 600-9 standards, and medical standards according t
o AR 40-501. Served as the S1 for over 60 deployed Soldiers in Detachment 11 re
porting to the mobilization station at Fort Benning, Georgia. Assisted in the
Soldier Readiness Program (SRP) for deployed Soldiers in the Detachment. Ensure
d required medical and personnel documentations requested from the deployed Sold
iers were collected and accurate.
*Advised on military awards and decoration submission, approval, processing, and
authentication requirements.
*Developed, update, coordinate, and ensure timely publication of the directives
and objectives of the program.
*Compiled statistics and analyze trends of award approvals and serve as a techni
cal resource to awards boards.
*Advised on military awards and decoration submission, approval, processing, and
authentication
requirements.
*Provided and implemented polices and procedures on education benefits programs.
*Provided policy guidance to operating personnel in field units regarding implem
entation procedures.
*Responded to inquiries related to strength accountability, manning control, ret
raining, position classification, or reserve utilization data.
*Reviewed management requests for classification actions.
*Interpreted and applied position classification standards to positions and dete
rmine the correct pay category, occupational series, title, and grade level.
*Prepared evaluation reports and discuss findings with line-supervisors and Deta
chment Soldiers.
*Advised on the procedural and regulatory requirements governing the merit promo
tion process and develop rating
factors and crediting plans for vacancy announcements.
*Maintained and ensured headquarters-wide position classification accuracy and c
onsistency in interpreting and applying position classification standards.
*Reviewed classification appeal packages for major program implications.
Headquarter, Department of the Army 12/2002-6/2003
ODCSG-3, DAMO-ODM Hourly: 50 hrs per week
Pentagon, Washington DC
Mobilization Staff Action Officer
Served as the Department of the Army Mobilization Staff Action Officer in the Ar
my Operation Center (AOC) at the Pentagon. Assigned in the Army Crisis Action T
eam (CAT), the primary action element of the AOC responsible for coordination of
the U.S. Army activities worldwide after terrorist attacks of September 11, 200
1. Processed Contingency Operations Temporary Tour of Active Duty and mobilizati
on requests for units, Individual Mobilization Augmentees (IMA), and Individual
Ready Reserve (IRR) in support of CONUS and OCONUS wartime and mobilization oper
ations. Maintained the DA Mobilization record database. Prepared daily situatio
n briefings and narratives for presentations to the Secretary of the Army, and t
he Army Senior Leadership. Coordinated Army Mobilization activities with Army,
Joint, DoD and federal staff agencies involved in support of Operations Noble Ea
gle and Enduring Freedom.
U.S. Army, Army Postal Europe for Germany, Hungary, Bosnia 1/1995-9/1996
Schwetzington, Germany Hourly: 40 hrs per week
Postal Operations Investigation Officer
Deployed in support of OPERATION JOINT ENDEAVOR. Assisted the Army Postal Direc
torate to organize five unit Army postal mailrooms and to investigate any mail f
low problems for approximately 3,000 deployed Soldiers and civilians in

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Bosnia and Germany. Managed the Congressional Inspector General (IG) complaints
, and customer complaints program. Managed and inspected mail flow in Unit Mail
Rooms (UMR) and Consolidated Mail Rooms (CMR). Consolidated UMR/CMR data recei
ved from postal commanders and presented the data in chart formats to the DCSPER
thru the COMMANDER (CDR) 1st PERSCOM. Managed monthly publication reports for
verification in a timely manner. Managed the Changes of Address Program in publ
ication. Assisted in inspecting postal units with the postal inspection team.
U.S. Army Foreign Intelligence Activity, INSCOM 8/1990-10/1995
Fort Meade, Maryland Hourly: 30 hrs
Assistant Adjutant General (Assistant Personnel Management Officer)
Served as Assistant S1 (Personnel Management) of a military Intelligence Group c
onducting strategic Intelligence using human resources in support of the war-fig
hting CINCS mission. Assisted and advised S1 personnel on administrative matter
s as directed or appropriate. Collected and consolidated Operations Evaluation
and Non-Commissioned Operations Evaluation Reports. Reviewed and consolidated m
ilitary award applications from the brigade and 14 subordinate detachments in 32
locations throughout the world. Coordinated with the Intelligence Command and
the Department of the Army on personnel issues. Coordinated and conducted award
boards, planned safety council meetings. Reviewed Intelligence Command safety
investigations reports, accidents reports, safety reports, and Occupational Safe
ty and Health Standards (OSHA) that were appropriated. Conducted annual safety
inspections at several subordinate detachments. Assisted in correcting deficien
cies found during safety inspections and implemented OSHA standard, polices, and
procedures.
EDUCATION
University of Maryland University College
Adelphi, Maryland US
132 Semester Credit Hours, Completed
Master of Science in Management/Specialization in Human Resource Management -
8/2006-5/2010
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Greensboro, North Carolina US
Bachelor Degree-5/1991 Completed
134 Semester Credit Hours
Major: Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA)
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Greensboro, North Carolina US
Bachelor Degree-5/1987 Completed
134 Semester Hours
Major: Psychology
Command and General Staff College
Fort Meade, Maryland US
Some College Coursework Completed- 8/2002
Major: Command and General Staff Officer College
Relevant Coursework, Licensures and Certifications:
Leadership Course (Diploma) for the Lieutenant Colonel board
Prepared Officers to lead and fight units at higher levels by processing and com
municating an organizational-level perspective of leadership, training, public a
ffairs, and military law.
Command and General Staff College
Fort Meade, Maryland US
Some College Coursework Completed - 8/2001
Major: Command Arms and Services Staff Course
Relevant Coursework, Licensures and Certifications:
Leadership Course for the Major Board
AUGUSTINE ELIZABETH PAYTON, EMPLOYMENT (Cont.) page 5
Learned to establish administrative policies and staff procedures at an organiza
tional level.
Adjutant General School
Fort Jackson, South Carolina US, Certification - 6/2000
Major: Personnel Management
Relevant Coursework, Licensures and Certifications
Second Military Occupational Specialty (MOS)
Continued training on critical wartime functions, personnel accounting and stren
gth reporting, casualty operations and replacement management.

COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft Outlook 2007, Microsoft Excel 2007, Microsoft Pow
erPoint 2007, Microsoft FrontPage, Microsoft Word 2007, Microsoft Access, WordPe
rfect
MILITARY AWARDS
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Army Commendation Medal (2)
Army Achievement Medal
National Defense Service (2)
Korea Defense Service Medal
Army Service Ribbon
Overseas Service Ribbon
Army Reserve Component Overseas Training Ribbon
Armed Forces Reserve Medal-Bronze-Hourglass