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Jay Hicks

Advisor

Role and Company

Author, "The Transitioning Military Project Manager", Gr8Transitions4U.com

Expertise

30 years experience in consulting

Location

Valrico, FL

About Jay

Jay Hicks

LTC US Army (Retired),Experienced Program and Project Manager, PMP, ITILv3, Six Sigma & CIO

Jay Hicks is an author, instructor and consultant, with over 30 years of business and government planning and leadership. He advises commercial and federal organizations on the planning, development, and leadership of Project Management Organizations, delivering viability and value.

With a special kinship for military personnel, Jay provides guidance on successful civilian career transition. He is the co-founder of Gr8MilitaryPM, where advocating the value of hiring military personnel is the key focus.

After a distinguished Army career as a tanker, information technologist and logistician, Jay developed and ran multiple project management organizations and programs for Lockheed Martin, L3 Communications, BAE and Jacobs Technology at US Central Command and US Special Operations Command. He frequently speaks and advocates for service members at project management symposiums and military transition programs, sharing his passion for successful career transition.

Jay currently serves as the Military Liaison for the Project Management Institute, Tampa Bay Chapter.

Check out the books:

"The Transitioning Military Project Manager"
"The Transitioning Military Logistician"
"The Transitioning Military IT Professional"
"The Transitioning Military Cybersecurity Professional"

at www.Gr8transitions4u.com

and "The Transitioning Military Series" @

http://amzn.to/1TYwKZh

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Articles by Jay

4 years ago

Transitioning Military Service Members……Why Project Management?

Have you any idea of how well suited you are for the career field of Commercial Project Management?

Project Management...

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4 years ago

Veterans……Do You Know the Significance of Your Traditional Military Skills?

Fellow Veterans and Transitioning Service Members! If you are ready to embark on your military transition, you may be unaware...

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4 years ago

Do I Have Enough Military Experience for the PMP® Application?

Translating your military experience is often one of the most challenging transitional tasks to accomplish. You have been told on...

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4 years ago

Project Management is part of Your Military DNA!

For years you have performed duties as an Action Officer, Training NCO, Operations Officer, Planner, Commander, and Platoon Sergeant. Do...

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4 years ago

Getting Out? Change or Transition?

The difference between change and transition is subtle, but important. Change is something that happens to you, even if you...

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4 years ago

Bulletproof Your Resumé

As you transition from the Military to your next career, bulletproofing your resumé and having it stand out among hundreds...

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4 years ago

Occupation or Vocation?

One of the many challenges that service members face during transition is the vexing decision of paying the bills or...

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3 years ago

Leveraging Total Compensation During Military Transition

Congratulations! You have been offered the job! Slow down..... Breathe..... Think..... You have had some good benefits on active duty....

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2 years ago

Four Traits to Look for in a Career Mentor

To find a great mentor will take work and effort on your part. However, the payoff is priceless.

Do you...

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2 years ago

Military Cyber Professionals - Are You a Technical Leader or a People Leader?

One of the first professional questions many often ponder during military transition, is the decision of becoming a technical leader...

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