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Mark Hinch Resume10

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Mark Hinch Resume10

  1. 1. MarkHinch 2653 Brodie Lane, Crestview Fl. 32536 Phone: (850) 826-0556 Email: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Senior Program Manager with more than eight (8) years of aerospace and defense (A&D) experience plus a 27 year distinguished U.S. Navy Officer career. Successfully managed numerous multi-million dollar programs from cost estimate proposal (CEP) submittal, planning and execution through product delivery and contract close out. Extensive leadership skills while managing integrated product teams that ranged from 30 to 300 personnel. Recognized for developing and controlling successful Integrated Master Schedules (IMS) and Integrated Master Plans (IMP) that considers schedule risk and Earned Value Management (EVM). CORE COMPETENCIES • Leadership – Self-starting, results oriented leader that possess strong communicative, conflict management resolution and team building qualities that have been honed by more than thirty (30) years of first-hand leadership experience.  Communication – Exceptional oral and written skills; highly proficient in Microsoft Suite: Word, Excel, Power Point and Project.  Program Management – Highly successful Program Manager that routinely delivers multiple concurrent product deliverables on time and within budget.  Certified Project Management Professional (Project Management Institute) PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND L-3 Crestview Aerospace, Senior Program Manager, FL, (9/2010 to 9/2014) Managed thirty (30) Individual Product Team members for fifteen (15) sheet metal divestiture programs within multiple fixed-price contracts in support of Bell Helicopter, Northrup Grumman, Bombardier, Triumph, and the Defense Logistics Agency. The annual sales of this program portfolio was $80M. • Oversaw the fabrication, sub-assembly and delivery of more than 30,000 unique aircraft parts and minor assemblies to support spare part inventories and aircraft production lines, which resulted in zero prime-contract aircraft manufacturer delays.  Created and maintained numerous complex Integrated Master Schedules (IMS) with linked dependencies and critical path analysis that significantly benefited risk management analysis, Earned Value Management (EVM) internal/external monthly program management reviews, organizational resource planning and the development of interdependent schedules.  Routinely conducted EVM to identify and analyze deviations to project baselines, and, as required, implement cost, schedule or scope measures to recover project completion dates and budget. Resultant of this systematic process is an ability to isolate and articulate project concerns for leadership involvement and timely customer notification. • Orchestrated long-term vendor service agreements by managing several Statements of Work (SOW) for titanium forming, class A welding, sheet metal chemical processing and
  2. 2. additional subsidiary sheet metal manufacturing practices to mature buyer-vendor relationships and improve quick-turn processes that resulted in improved cycle times. • Responsible for the cost, schedule and technical performance of multiple, concurrent programs for several dissimilar customers. Recognized for an excellent and professional aptitude to manage and work with internal and external stakeholders. Special Operations Forces Support Activity (SOFSA) Lockheed Martin Corporation, Senior Program Manager, Kentucky, (10/2009 to 8/2010) L-3 Communications, Senior Program Manager, Kentucky, (9/2006 to 9/2009) Led and managed eighteen (18) project managers and an additional ~300 functional personnel in the support of more than 80 diverse projects from four (4) broad program areas: Family of Special Operations Vehicles (FOSOV), Life Cycle Sustainment Management (LCSM), Psychological Operations and Special “classified” Projects. • Improved annual Program Management Office (PMO) revenues from $85M in 2009 to $120M in 2009/2010 by providing all deliverables on time and within budget, nurturing customer relations by providing exceptional program reports and product services, and hiring trained and professional project managers that aligned with customer product portfolios.  Provided quality supervision of program/project managers to ensure delivery of required service or product within cost, schedule and scope parameters. Witnessed zero late deliverables and an exceptional rating within the Customer Performance Rating System (CPAR) every year while supporting this DoD contract.  Oversaw the agile software development and fielding of United States Special Operations Command’s (USSOCOM) Special Operations Forces (SOF) Sustainment, Asset Visibility and Information Exchange (SSAVIE) website, which provides a logistics infrastructure for SOF-peculiar systems and allows for customer focused access for logistics, centralized materiel management with total asset visibility. Supervised a similar website for a classified Special Operations customer. • Established and directed a PMO risk and opportunity identification, analysis, response and management process that aided annual revenue growth. • Established and managed the PMO operating budgets and financial plans to support the company’s annual bookings, sales, profit margin and human resource goals. Exceeded annual sales and booking projections each year while remaining within initial operating budget. • Responsible for approving all PMO cost estimate packages (CEPs) for final submission to the client. Annually submitted ~100 CEPs which ~95% received contract award. Highly proficient in developing cross-functional, fully integrated CEPs.  Impressive oral presentation and written communication skills. Routinely developed and briefed Program Management Reviews for internal and external stakeholders. United States Navy (SEAL), Commander, Retired, 8/1979 to 8/2006 United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), 8/2004 to 8/2006 • Responsible for coordinating and briefing USSOCOM Joint Quarterly Readiness Review input to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, which is used to assess national strategy and formulate procurement plans.  Key member of USSOCOMQuadrennial Defense Review team that was responsible for developing and championing Department of Defense roles, missions and organization.
  3. 3.  Expertly performed the duties of USSOCOM Readiness Officer by providing Department of Defense leadership a thorough assessment of USSOCOM’s current force readiness to meet the demands of the full range of operations called for in the National Military Strategy. MILITARY HISTORY Readiness Officer, USSOCOM, MacDill AFB FL 2004-2006 Student, Air Command and Staff College, Montgomery, AL 2003-2004 Commanding Officer, Naval Reserve Center, Lexington, KY 2001-2003 Staff Operations and Plans Officer, SOCKOR, Seoul, Korea 1999-2001 Student, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA 1997-1998 Platoon Commander, SEAL Delivery Team Two, Virginia Beach, VA 1995-1997 Platoon Commander, SEAL Team Four, Virginia Beach, VA 1991-1994 Student, Defense Language Institute, Monterey, CA 1991 Platoon Commander, SEAL Team Three, Coronado, CA 1988-1990 Student, Officer Candidate School, Newport, RI 1988 SEAL Platoon Member, SEAL Team Four, Virginia Beach, VA 1980-1988 Student, basic Underwater Demolition School (BUD/S), Coronado, CA1979-1980 EDUCATION M.A. Business Administration w/Project Management Concentration, (4.0GPA) (On-going - Dec 2016)  Crafted comprehensive business plan for military contractor Advanced Unmanned Vehicle System (AUVS) entrepreneurial opportunity  Developed Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) addendum for AUVS opportunity Southern New Hampshire University M.A. National Security & Strategic Studies, (3.4GPA) Jun 2004 US Air Command & Staff College, MA M.S. Defense Analysis, Financial Management, (3.5GPA) Dec 1998 Thesis: Domestic Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction: An Evaluation of Interagency Response Capabilities (A User’s Guide) Naval Postgraduate School, MS B.A., Business Administration, (3.7GPA Magna Cum Laude/Gold Key Award) Jan 1988 Southern New Hampshire College

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