92a automated logistical specialist resume example with 2+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Highly organized and qualified Logistics Professional with a little over 12 months of developing and directing personnel , to serve as a program analyst for administration. Broad knowledge and and practical application of management principals, organizational theory, and scheduling. Eager to start a new position that facilitates growth and opportunity.

  • Customer Service
  • Computer skills
  • Warehousing
  • Overseeing deliveries
  • Inventory control
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Self manage workloads
  • Resourceful
  • Record Management
Work History
92A - Automated Logistical Specialist , 02/2020 - Current
Tyonek Native Corporation Biloxi, MS,

As a Automated Logistical Specialist my duties are to assist with the management of data input for the units maintenance program by keeping and organize all records of services performed, manage GCSS operations and inventories of vehicles , equipment, tools, and supplies. I use GCSS-Army as a system of record and input various T-CODES to do such functions as print DA Form 5988-E (Equipment Maintenance and Inspection Worksheet), process dispatch, input fault, open work orders, track services, correct return/usage mileage, fuel, oil and many other maintenance related tasks. I work independently performing all Production Control functions in the sections and Im responsible for all driver and equipment record folder updates as well as performing customer service support for units that fall under us for maintenance support assisting them with technical guidance on logistics and administrative guidance pertaining to maintenance records .

Supply Technician, 03/2021 - Current
Tyonek Native Corporation Davisville, RI,

My duties, accomplishments, and related skills are as followed: I was immediately appointed to tasks such as inventories, issuing and receiving , researching, and customer service . Given the opportunity to supply multiple section it lead me get more into detail with our items. To tell specific detail about the items is to referring to FEDLOG. While using FEDLOG I look at the AAC, SCMC, ARC, ARIL, and RECOV CODE to determine if the item is valid, if its an exchange pricing (which will show a code in the ARIL section along with money in the serviceable credit) or if a turn-in (DD Form 1348-1A) which would show a RECOV CODE of F, H, and sometimes A to be generated. When it is generated we hand the (DD Form 1348-1A) to the inspectors to verify that the item is cleaned and properly signed off in order to take it to our (USPFO) United States Property and Fiscal Office. When I process the paperwork I always make sure it is good to go by checking my (ZOAREP) Overage Reparable Report . (ZOAREP) allows me to check to see how late an item is. It could be RED Circle which means late, YELLOW Triangle meaning close to late , and GREEN which is good to go/recent. Another duty I do at the (USPFO) is pick up parts, I sign off every single document number to keep accountability. I receive them into the new system (ZAIT) by a (1348) which is a receipt containing the information and I verify the information. Once verified I (PGI) Post Goods Issue so that I may proceed to Fast Issue the part to its corresponding work order. Some parts belongs to our bench stock to replenish our stock and put into their designated location for future work. Some work order tend to only have a final part coming in and when it finally does come in I have to go into (ZSABER) to change the status to notify sections the current status. With this being said considering we have a lot of work orders , I keep track of them through our weekly ESR using (Z-EQUST) Equipment Status Report. This gives us in greater detail what we are missing, the status on the part item, and what we haven't issued when its on hand. When any of these situations arise we have to do research on why an items are (BB) Back Ordered that's why I use (AESIP) Parts tracker and or call (DLA, FEDEX, UPS) services, (WEBVLIPS) or I use (MAT_SIT) Display Material Situation when we have the item on hand and need to figure out the location. It makes everything easier knowing where the items are located this is why we do Semi-Annual Inventories because when inventory is done correctly in each step ( 1.MI31, 2. Mi21, 3. MI04). I was also presented with another opportunity to help other units and train people which is the COMET Inspections. During these inspections my main focus is supply and here I evaluated and input any advice I have to further help the unit improve and maintain certain standards.

Supply Technician , 09/2020 - 03/2021
Mccoy's Building Supply Abilene, TX,

My main duty was to learn how to do supply. Here I learned how to Receive parts through (VL06I) inbound delivery to Post Goods Issue and use (iwbk) to issue these items and place them in a storage location. I mainly used (ZAIT) which is the new system of receiving parts and issuing because it made things easier and quicker for me to process and finish and do other duties. I was also responsible for reorganizing Class 2 and Class 9 items along with sensitive items. I kept track of each item we issued and what was needed to replenish. If it was an item we never had on hand before I had to FEDLOG the NIIN in order to make sure it was valid and order the item through (MB21) offline transaction/ Create reservation using the shops fund code. If it was an item for a work order I would also FEDLOG it but id go into (ZSABER) into components tab and enter the NSN with the quantity and our storage location and save. I was also responsible for the RECOVERABLE (TURN INS) and minimizing the how much we owed. ZOAREP helped me see how late/ old some of these items were which made me reference back to every DD Form 1348-1A we had and calling our local USPFO if they had any historical of this item. If not then I had to create a Memorandum about this certain item and have the supervisor sign to have it removed. Because of having to reorganize everything I had assumptions of command updated, tool room access updated, tool boxes updated with the correct inventories and shortage annexes and Hand receipts to keep updated information correct. But not only did I invest my time in supply but also in hazardous materials and the outside environment to make sure the mechanics had a good working space and always had whichever product they needed on hand at all times. As time progressed was given more tasks to do, one of them being the " FILL/KILL" . The FILL/KILL is budgeting, I had to do this weekly from our maintenance portal to excel and decide whether the items that have been order is correct or not. If it was correct id type in FILL and what work order and vehicle it belongs too, if it was incorrect id type in DELETE we do not need. By doing this it allows the shop to have more funding to more parts. Another part of finances I did was also related to FILL/KILL was the (RMU) Regional Manager Update. This was done every other week by using (ME2N) Purchasing documents per document number, (ME80FN) General Evaluations, (ZOAREP) Overage Reparable report by purchase requisitions, and Stock Lines by using (BI LAUNCH PAD) to transform them into excels and attach them onto the portal. This was just keeping track of all finances made for our superiors to see how were managing.

Customer Service Cashier, 03/2019 - 11/2019
Baskin Robins City, STATE,

As customer service my duty was to make everyone happy. I was answering phone calls, making phone calls to fix maintenance issues, helping the boss with deliveries, answering questions. I was doing that while continuing to do cashier and serving people. I would often open so I had to count the drawer made sure we had enough for the day and I had to check on the products to see if we were well stocked. If not, I had to go into the freezer and take one out and count how many we had left. I accounted for all the extra product just laying around so that when we needed to get rid of it we could just apply it into the one that's already out. I had to constantly stock up on other items like utensils and other little condiments we needed and make note so that when our deliveries came all our amounts would be accurate. Not only did I take numbers and input numbers but I also served and welcomed people into the store, taking orders, to wiping down tables, serving to every request, thus leaving every customer happy.

High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2019
Peter Johansen High School - Modesto, CA
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Certificate: General Life Skills , Expected in 02/2020
Basic Combat Training - Fort Jackson, SC,
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Certificate : Automated Logistical Specialist , Expected in 04/2020
Advanced Individual Training - Fort Lee, VA,
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Certificate : Logistics , Expected in 04/2021
Tamms And Readiness - North Little Rock, AR,
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School Attended

  • Peter Johansen High School
  • Basic Combat Training
  • Advanced Individual Training
  • Tamms And Readiness

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  • 92A - Automated Logistical Specialist
  • Supply Technician
  • Supply Technician
  • Customer Service Cashier


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