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## BIO Clint E. Marshall II SSN: 533622236 6469 Cedar Avenue Twentynine Palms, CA 92277-2734 Contact Phone: (760) 464-5124 Email Address: marshallc@[login to view URL] EXPERIENCE: 05-2008; Early retirement from Civil Service due to job downsize and consolidation. 04-1998 to 05-2008; 40 hours per week; $25.50 per hour; Multimedia Production Specialist, GS-1OO1-11; Operations & Training Directorate, Combat Visual Information Center (CVIC), Multimedia Production Section, Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command (MAGTFTC), Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC), Twentynine Palms, CA 92278-5000. Plans and directs CVIC projects with the command. Identifies requirements, establishes budget justifications and maintains budget requirements for the multi-million dollar account held by the CVIC Multimedia section. Create and maintain a continuous list of upcoming budget shortfalls for responsive input when required. Coordinates and develops projects establishing milestones and key coordination points, and accounts for all resources expended on projects. Controls all work accomplished at the CVIC for compliance with existing DoD and Marine Corps directives. Develops MAGTFTC directives on local policies and procedures for use by CVIC customers. Reviews and approves all standard operating procedures (SOPs) for functional areas within the CVIC and monitors turnover files to ensure effective and efficient daily operations of all functional areas. Directs and coordinates logistic operations in support of training requirements, maintaining proper stock levels for consumable supplies and repair parts. Monitors the maintenance of CVIC equipment validating proper preventive maintenance and cost efficient repairs are being accomplished in a timely manner. Approves and coordinates the processes for accountability of a 12.8 million-dollar minor property account and 16 million-dollar plant account consisting of highly pilfer items. Reviews and approves all inventory discrepancy reports including investigations involving lost or damaged equipment. Establishes priorities and identifies resources required by various production areas based on known workload. Identifies workload for CVIC based on MAGTFTC CAX and training schedules, command events and historical information. Monitors products produced by various functional areas such as the Photo Lab, Graphic Arts, and Television for quality and compliance with assigned priorities. Identifies resource deficiencies that impact the production areas in accomplishing projects and takes appropriate corrective action. Plans, programs and budgets for CVIC resources. Coordinates with various MAGTFTC Comptroller and Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC) staff in obtaining direct funding. Identifies new and replacement equipment purchases to include maintenance and consumable supply requirements of each piece of equipment for the purpose of securing procurement dollars and operational dollars. Provides personnel management for all civilian employees and military personnel assigned to the CVIC. Directly supervises three (3) first line supervisors of production, contracting, and support functions. Establishes and approves all position descriptions; performance requirements and evaluations to include pro and con marks; training schedules including MOS training and individual development plans; and resolves employee grievances at the first and second line level. Participates in labor relations and labor management negotiations as required. Establishes safety program for the CVIC to include monitoring the handling and disposal of hazardous chemicals. Reviews all incident reports determining appropriate corrective or disciplinary action required. Reviews all statements of work concerning maintenance of equipment. Coordinates with various MAGTFTC senior staff, CVIC management staff, and HQMC staff to capture data, collate information, and evaluate schedules and resources to produce annual planning summaries, budget reports and program objective memorandums (POM). Routinely evaluates the state of readiness of CVIC facilities, equipment and personnel. Manages multiple multimedia production projects and resources at field or agency level. Serves as a producer for a variety of multimedia productions determining objectives, recommending format of the program and manner of presentation, and working within budgetary restrictions, etc. Coordinates with representatives of other units both within CVIC and outside CVIC concerning matters of work accomplishments, priorities and procedures. Plans and places requests for sufficient materials, supplies and support equipment in order to support a wide range of planning and production processes. Communicates technical matters and descriptions found in computer reference/technical manuals to/from personnel/contractors by verbal and written communications. Conducts formal training for staff in the use of various microcomputers and application of multimedia programs. Attends seminars, conferences, and group discussions in multimedia specialty areas. Supervises military personnel (10) in the Graphic and Photo sections by assigning work to employees, sorting tasks/assignments as required to provide new employees the experience and training required to perform the work. Gives special instructions on difficult or unusual productions. Answers technical questions to ensure continuity of production. Reviews work in progress or upon completion in order to determine quality and quantity of the AV production. Keeps personnel, in subordinating departments informed on policies, procedures, and practices of the CVIC as they relate to multimedia. Informs his chain of command of anticipated vacancies or other events that impact the multimedia requirements. Resolves informal technological complaints. Counsels personnel on job performance and participates in the formal evaluations of military personnel. Provides both administrative and technical supervision over the multimedia functional areas as they apply to the operation of multimedia microcomputer systems, maintenance, repair, training, editing of sounds effects, music narrations, visual effects, installation, and modification within the graphic arts, photo lab, and television production sections. Keeps informed of current/future technologies and personnel computer-training requirements in order to make policy recommendations to the administration. Coordinates with other CVIC units to research and add knowledge in determining production needs in accordance with mission requirements. Exercises creative ability in planning and developing electronic multimedia systems based on requirements, technology, and discussions with office staff, customers and/or their technical and administrative representatives. When conferring with and advising presenters, exercises a thorough working knowledge of the various media, computer generated equipment and processes neces ## Area of Expertise Very proficient in all office productivity applications to include spreadsheet creation and maintenance, PowerPoint presentations, etc. Proficient in various software operating systems to include Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Windows NT. Proficient in CorelDraw, all Adobe products, Director, Sound Forge, Vegas Video, AutoCAD and many other applications. Able to repair, maintain and construct Personal Computers from individual components. Able to install, maintain and troubleshoot many computer software systems and operating systems. Able to install, maintain and troubleshoot Novell, 3Com and Windows based Personal Area Network (PAN), Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) systems.
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