Nyajuok T Mangongo

Fort Sam Houston

Army 66H O-3

11 years, September 2009 - Present

ETS'd June 2020


Assistant Operations Director, U. S. Army,
September 2018 - Present

Nurse, U. S. Army,
December 2017 - September 2018

Nurse, U. S. Army,
December 2009 - September 2012

Work Experience

Assistant Operations Director September 2018 - Present

Army | 66H | O-3 | San Antonio, TX, USA

  • Assisted in managing the organization's 'Decision and Execution Cycle', which was the crucial management process designed to synchronize the organization's current and future operations.
  • Planned, scheduled, reviewed, and approved the workload to ensure production output, quality, and on time delivery goals were achieved in a cost-effective manner.
  • Assisted in overseeing the organization's operation functions and was responsible for staff development, operations and plans, and organizational development and modernization.

Nurse December 2017 - September 2018

Army | 66H | O-3 | San Antonio, TX, USA

  • Incorporated a scientific knowledge base, including physiology, pathophysiology and psychosocial effects of disease, illness, health promotion, and patient care.
  • Promotes respect for patient rights, maintains confidentiality, and provides privacy at all times.
  • Utilized a strong nursing process to develop plans of care through assessing, diagnosing, planning, implementing, and evaluating care.
  • Collaborated and coordinated with other healthcare providers in patient care management, making referrals to other healthcare agencies and disciplines as appropriate.

Nurse December 2009 - September 2012

Army | 66 | O-2 | Fort Sam Houston

  • Initiated, conducted, participated in, and applied research relevant to nursing practice and patient care.
  • Evaluated self, staff and nursing care comprehensively and without bias.
  • Provided guidance and supervision to professional colleagues and nursing support staff for their professional growth and job satisfaction.

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