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  1. 1. Geoffrey M. Hendrick EDUCATION: BA, Mathematics, Duke University, Durham, NC, GPA: 3.8, Phi Beta Kappa, NROTC MSE, Engineering Management, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, GPA: 4.0 Master Certificate in Organizational Leadership, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, GPA: 4.0 EXPERIENCE: Retired U.S. Navy Commander, nuclear-trained submarine officer. DOD TOP SECRET/DOE Q security clearance. Experience in control account management, risk management, start up preparation and contractor assurance processes. Senior Manager O&M Operations, Fluor/Savannah River Nuclear Solutions Aiken, SC September 2013 present Deputy Facility Manager for Spent Fuel Project on DOE Savannah River Site. Lead over 140 personnel responsible for safe receipt, processing and storage of used nuclear fuel assemblies from foreign and domestic research reactors. Executive Officer, Naval Nuclear Power Training Command Goose Creek, SC May 2008 October 2012 Program Manager and second in command of over 4,000 Sailors. Managed a highly skilled team of 486 staff professionals responsible for initial training of all naval nuclear propulsion plant operators and supervisors. Planned, directed and monitored safety, execution and effectiveness in a command with 9 buildings, 226 acres of grounds, a $1.8M budget and a $183M annual economic impact. Served as primary command interface to ensure high level problem resolution. Led command self-assessment and continuous improvement program. Conducted adaptive resource planning to support emergent growth in student population. Developed cross-functional team that reduced time Sailors spent on medical hold and out of training by 30%. Evaluated by two Navy Captains serving in Major Command as the best Executive Officer with whom they had ever served. Branch Chief and Staff Officer, U.S. Strategic Command Omaha, NE February 2006 April 2008 Team Leader for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Policy and International Affairs and Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction Policy Branches. Developed policy for incorporation into related plans and assessed risks. Project Manager for a 10-month, $300K project budget to relocate and upgrade J5 Directorate office spaces. Planned, tracked, negotiated, executed and met cost, schedule and performance expectations. Improved J5 productivity upon completion. Ranked #1 of 9 CDRs by USAF 1-Star General in charge of Plans and Policy Directorate (J5). Qualified Joint Specialty Officer. Executive Officer, USS PROVIDENCE (SSN 719) Portsmouth, NH/Groton, CT April 2004 January 2006 Program Manager during a major and highly complex Engineered Overhaul. Developed collaborative workforce network with Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Type Commander Representative, and Naval Reactors Representative. Successfully prepared 125-man crew for certification, change of homeport, and at sea operations following shipyard period. Inspector, Nuclear Propulsion Examining Board Norfolk, VA April 2002 March 2004 Evaluated reactor safety and radiological controls practices of aircraft carriers, submarines, and training facilities. Set standards for nuclear propulsion training, operations and maintenance. Wrote and edited technical inspection reports. Quality Assurance expert. Ranked #1 of 9 LCDRs in a group of the Navys top performing served Engineer Officers. Engineer Officer, USS MICHIGAN (SSBN 727)(GOLD) Bangor, WA May 1998 April 2002 Directly supervised 65 personnel. Led operations, planning, maintenance, and performance for nuclear propulsion plant and auxiliary systems on a $1.5B submarine. Project Manager for five 45,000 man-hour drydocking refits executed on schedule and under budget. Led best engineering department as evaluated by Submarine Squadron SEVENTEEN in 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2002. Ranked #1 of 15 Engineer Officers in Submarine Squadron SEVENTEEN. Speechwriter/Flag Aide for Chief of Naval Personnel Washington, DC March 1996 May 1998 Personal Aide to VADMs Skip Bowman and Dan Oliver during worldwide fleet visits. Wrote Congressional testimony and over 250 flag-level briefings, speeches, and articles for Navy publications. Effectively managed multiple priorities under tight deadlines. Developed extensive communications and public affairs experience. Coordinated and edited input from a 2,000 person staff. Completed Masters Degree during off-duty hours. Division Officer, USS SPRINGFIELD (SSN 761) Groton, CT February 1993 March 1996 Directly supervised 15 personnel. Responsible for all electrical, auxiliary and reactor control systems on board. Supervised key at sea repairs to critical equipment allowing completion of assigned missions. Qualified Engineering Officer of the Watch and certified as Engineer Officer by Director, Naval Reactors. Ranked #1 of 6 LTs and the best junior officer on SPRINGFIELD. Officer Student, Naval Nuclear Propulsion Training Orlando, FL/Idaho Falls, ID Sept. 1991 January 1993 Ranked #12 of 97 at Nuclear Power School. Ranked #3 of 14 at S5G prototype and Qualified Engineering Officer of the Watch.