Logistics Manager with over 6 years overseeing operations, transportation, distribution and logistics for Fortune 100 companies. Trained facilitator with outstanding interpersonal and negotiation skills. Logistics Manager skilled at negotiating and implementing cost saving measures without compromising quality. Adapts quickly to the changing needs of fast-paced and growing organizations.
Supply chain and resource management
Excellent time management
Contract carrier procurement
NCOIC for Gate guard while deployed
NCOIC of the Battalion Hazardous Material
NCOIC of Company Unit Movement
Combat Logistics Patrol and escort mission
NCOIC Vehicle Crew Evaluator
Company Master Driver
NCOIC Water Site
92 whisky Water Treatment Specialist, 12/1998
to Current US Army – Fort Drum
Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
Performed as a fire team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.
Expert in tactical and technical guidance.
Guided and coordinated unit\'s force protection programs to meet fleet requirements.
Maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment worth more than $10,000.
Planned and briefed personnel on missions.
Supervised the work of 12 transportation personnel.
Associate of Arts: General studies,
Current Central Texas College - Killeen Texas
Continuing education in BAOM
Supply Chain Management training
Grade 1 Water Distribution System OperatorGrade 1 Water Treatment Plant OperatorTechnical Transportation of Hazmat Supervise Safety Course Driver BadgeMaster Driver of the CompanyNCOIC of Security Wound Warrior Event
Level 1 Antiterrorist Awareness TrainingAir Assault Grade 1 Water Distribution System OperatorGrade 1 Water Treatment Plant OperatorHazardous Material Driver Training CourseTechnical Transportation of HazmatCombat Action Badge
Staff Sergeant played a role in the preparation and transportation of MTOE equipment and vehicles in the pre deployment phase of operation Pacific Pathways. His personal contribution allowed for safe movement from Schofield Barracks to the Mobilized Deployment Facility to Pearl Harbor resulting in zero accidents during a week long period. Staff Sergeant supervision was key in the PMCS and movement of 17 pieces equipment which was essential towards Iron Company\'s efforts to establish mission readiness. Staff Sergeant was handselected to be the Battalion Hazmat NCO, He proved to be vital asset to Task Forces Wolfhounds by inspecting 100 pieces of equipment. He spent 20 days preparingand certifying the battalion\'s paperwork in preparation for deployment.