CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR

CW3 Dylan E. Raymond, PHR

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  • CPL Dec 90
  • SGT Jun 94
  • SSG Jul 97
  • SFC Sep 00
  • MSG Jan 03
  • WO1 Sep 06
  • CW2 Sep 08
  • CW3 Sep 14

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Military Experiences

Apr 2013 - Present
4th ESC
Human Resources Technician
Human Resources Technician i in the SPO supports the Army's Human Resources/Personnel Management systems through a variety of functions. Perform duties such as: preparing correspondence to both civilian and military organizations, monitor office documents (word processing, spreadsheets, etc), monitors personnel strength and casualties, counsels individuals on personal, financial, and career matters, supervise administrative personnel, and many other vital duties.
Apr 2011 - Apr 2013
Human Resources Technician, Human Resources Operation Branch (SPO)
Supervise provide daily guidance to staff of 4. Maintain accountability of 140 HR support personnel geographically dispersed in 3 countries and 5 base camps. Develop and create a short term and long term strategic workforce plan, forecasting staffing needs to accomplish mission Formulated a strategy to eliminate 12 contractor positions replacing with Soldiers saving government more than 3 million dollars Analyzed daily customer data from various sources, conducted trend analysis created a work force plan initiative to eliminate and reallocate 60 positions and a savings of 1.8 million dollars to the government Served as HR advisor providing thoughts and opinions to Director of Operations regarding current/future HR strength and deficiencies.
Oct 2005 - Apr 2011
75th IC
Human Resource Technician/Mobilization Action Officer, G-1
Provides administrative and operational control for the 75th Battle Command Training Division's HHC, and five Battle Command Training Brigades. Provide quality control checks on all Mobilization requests prior to approval and subsequent forwarding to higher level commands. Performs additional special projects as directed. Developed a knowledge management program that is adaptive and easily comprehensible, with no single point of failure. Managed executive level program which resulted in a database focusing on administrative medical checks and balances in processing for more than 1100 mobilized Soldiers and over 200 Soldiers deploying to Iraq. Developed metrics, quantifying dependencies and correlations which greatly improved information flow providing real time data.
Jan 2008 - Mar 2008
HR Technician, 75th Training Division
Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC) to certify warrant officers as technically and tactically competent to serve as warrant officers in a designated specialty. WOBC is the first major test a newly appointed officer must pass to continue serving in the Army as a warrant officer, as W01 appointments and award of a Warrant Officer MOS are contingent upon successfully completing WOBC. Prepared me as newly appointed officers for first duty assignments and all subsequent assignments as W01s/CW2s. This course is proponent (branch) developed and administered to all warrant officers.


(2 years)
Nov 2011 - Sep 2012
Led 4-person team responsible for analyzing daily customer data from various sources, conduct trend analysis, developed workforce plan initiative to eliminate 60 positions resulting in 1.8 million dollar savings. Advised the Director of Operations on specific steps to eliminate 12 contractor positions replacing with Soldiers.
Oct 2004 - Oct 2005
Iraq ribbon
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
Served as a military advisor to the Iraqi Training Battalion. Advised Iraqi instructors on their roles as primary trainers. Assist with and provide guidance to Iraqi instructors on the preparation and delivery of programs of instructions for basic combat training, skills training (MOS), infantry and methods of instruction.

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Aug 2013

HR Plans and Operations course

Jun 2011 - Jul 2011

Postal Operations and Postal Supervisor courses

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Mar 2013

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Security Clearance

Academic Degrees