Resourceful professional with over 9 years of experience as an Accountable Property Specialist with FEMA. Prepared to execute the position of an Inventory Management Specialist while ensuring continued profitability through innovative ideas combined with accountability. Professionally poised to leverage education and experience toward launching a successful career with the Federal Emergency Management Agency seeking an articulate team player committed to supporting the agency's objectives and fulfilling the mission
During my nine year tenure, at the Federal Emergency Management Agency I have supported the agency's disaster operations on both levels; national and regional. During two of my many memorable deployments that challenged me the most were my national deployments. I have had the opportunity to gain a wealth of knowledge as I persued my willingness and desire to dedicate myself as a servant of the people during their time of destruction as well as testing my will power to endure the aftermath of my greatest accomplishment of being a part of two of the world's most deadliest and destructive storms (Hurricane Sandy and Katrina) of all times that took aim on the United States coast and made landfall at their peaks highest intensity. The duties that have came before me during my career here with the agency has stood as my greatest reward of self accomplishments and self worth of my entire career as an Accountable Property Specialist. I supported the agency by acquiring FEMA property and commodities i.e. meals, water, tarps, blankets, plastic sheeting and cots at the Distribution Centers prior to and after shipping and receiving of much of the emergency efforts that went out amongst the devastated communities of the two states. The total number of lives lost, number of injuries sustained, and value of property damaged as a result of Hurricane Sandy's and Katrina's destruction is still being tabulated to this day. I shipped and received various property and commodity to and from the many Joint Field Offices (JFO's) and the Incident Support Base Centers (ISB's) in support of the many missions that were due before us. There was also a much needed task of tracking deployed assets and maintaining the daily activities of property management records and reports using the inventory management database; Logistics Management Systems (LIMS) the National Emergency Management Information System (NEMIS), and other FEMA sponsored software. I also maintain custody of Government-owned property and materials by verifying that all expendable and non-expendable property is distinctively marked and identifiable as leased, loaned, or Government owned. This was achieved by verifying that the current statue of all FEMA disaster personal property equipment and supplies are accurate and complete by issuing custody transfer receipts or similar documents to assign responsibility for materials given to the receipt holder. I provided many situation reports as well as updates to the Logistics Section Chief as requested, I informed the Logistic Section Chief of any and all problems that might have affected the delivery of any disaster response or recovery assistance. At the regional level I have performed many wall-to-wall inventories for all eight of Region IV's supporting states which included Georgia, Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi as well as FEMA stationary sites i.e., R-4, R4 STAT, IMAT, and Z-4 the Disaster Response Team sites. Inventories are conducted in accordance with the Department of Homeland Security regulations; FEMA's 119-7-1 property manual and certified accordingly, in which I have had the opportunity to be a part of several successful inventories in which they have performed regionally with great success. I have had the opportunity to be one of Region IV's administrator/facilitator baseline property management cleanup team members in which included purging and properly documenting the disposition of property that has been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed in Region IV. This process is being completed in accordance with regulations outlined in FEMA Manual 119-7-1. This property manual outlines the duties and responsibilities of controlling property and/or equipment as well as a variety of accountable property management duties in the areas of accountability including acquisition, utilization, identification, inventory control and disposition of equipment.
Coursework in Logistics and Transportation Technology
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