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com/ Robert Scott Elzer

1761 Devaul Ranch Dr., San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 808.753.6893(c), 805.439.0605(h), robert.elzer@gmail.com HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS 10 years of successful leadership and management experience leading diverse groups from 10 to over 100 personnel in complex environments. th Successful student teaching practicum at Orcutt Academy High School, teaching 9 grade Algebra I. 2 semesters of substitute teaching experience with students grades 7-12 in all subjects, approximately 3 days per week. Over 800 hours in leadership training including oral and written communications, mentoring and personnel development. Very skilled in working with computers and Microsoft Office software.

EXPERIENCE Student Teacher, Orcutt Academy High School, CA 2013. Taught 3 sections of Algebra I consisting of 91 students for 1 semester. Battalion Fire Direction Officer and Substitute Teacher, HI 2010-2012. Worked part time in both positions while pursuing a Masters degree in Education. Served as a substitute teacher at Nanakuli High and Intermediate for approximately 80 days through 2 semesters. Commander, 1-487 FA Rear Detachment, Hawaii Army National Guard, Wahiawa, HI 2008-2010. Commander of a 125 person unit with over $60 million in equipment and facilities and responsible for the training, readiness, and maintenance of the unit. Facility manager for several key properties in the Hawaii National Guard; responsible for all maintenance and management of repairs and renovations. Rated by the Commander as the best of 5 peers. Assistant Operations Officer, U.S. Army Aviation Brigade, 3,500 personnel. Iraq and Hawaii, 2005-08. Led the Brigades Future Operations Cell of 7 personnel, responsible for the daily allocation of the Divisions general support aviation, over 60 aircraft. Increased the number of aircraft missions by over 60% from the previous unit, and completed more combat missions than any other aviation brigade in Iraq during the same time period. Directly planned and supervised the daily operation of over 60 aircraft for the Northern Iraq Division, supporting over 20,000 soldiers, transporting over 500 personnel per day on average and conducting numerous combat missions weekly. Rated by the Commander as the top officer out of 12 peers in the operations section. Platoon Leader/Executive Officer, U.S. Army FA Platoon, 60 personnel. Iraq and Hawaii, 2003-05. Platoon Leader responsible for over 50 US Army personnel and millions of dollars of equipment. Equipped, trained and managed 2 Iraqi Army units and 5 Iraqi Police Departments consisting of over 1,400 personnel. Planned and led several combat cordon and search missions in Iraq consisting of over 70 US Army personnel and over 200 Iraqi Security Forces. Planned and led over 300 combat patrols over the course of 13 months to maintain stability and security in the Battalions area of operations. Rebuilt critical facilities and equipped local Iraqi Security Forces, allocating over $1.5 million. Rated by the Commander as best of 18 peers in the Battalion. EDUCATION AND TRAINING MEd w/ license in secondary mathematics, Chaminade University, Honolulu, HI. GPA 4.0. BS in Industrial Technology, California State Polytechnic University at San Luis Obispo, CA, 2001. GPA 3.00. Minor in Military Science. rd US Army Field Artillery Officer Leadership Course, Ft. Sill, OK, 2002. 840 hours. Honor Graduate, 3 out of 151 students. US Army Joint Firepower Control Course. Distinguished Honor Graduate. US Army Air Assault Course. Distinguished Honor Graduate. US Army Airborne Course.