ammunition handler resume example with 6+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , San Francisco, CA 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Competent Ammunition Handler professional experienced with performing daily inspections, obtaining measurements and conducting tests on diverse materials. Dedicated, dependable and focused on making positive impact with careful work. Highly organized with sound judgment, analytical problem-solving skills and decisive nature.

  • Verbal and written communication
  • Task Prioritization
  • Safety Procedures
  • Explosive materials storage
  • Soldier mentoring and supervision
  • Data quality control checks
  • Secret security clearance
  • Knowledgeable in the Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS-Mod) and the Training Ammunition Management System (TAMIS)
  • Environmental safety
  • First aid certified
  • Trained in security
  • Access control procedures
  • Risk management assessments
  • Emergency planning
  • Training and development
  • HAZMAT training
  • Trained in counterterrorism strategies
  • Computer skills
  • Database Management
  • Inventory Management
Work History
Ammunition Handler, 06/2017 - Current
Temco Sharonville, OH,
  • Inspected forklift and equipment and used troubleshooting approaches to keep machines operational for all shifts
  • Streamlined material delivery processes which increased efficiency and reduced downtime
  • Prepare reports and recommendations for munitions conditions not in accordance/compliance
    with operational safety criteria.
  • Follow stringent entry control point policies set forth by Ammunition Supply point Accountable Officer and Physical Security officer IAW AR 190-11 and local NTC Policies
  • Maintain and update magazine data cards Da Form 3020-R , ammunition store slips, 3151's, and 581's.
  • Kept storage areas organized, clean and secure to fully protect company assets
  • Assembled orders and packed items for shipment, conveying orders to shipping personnel
  • Responsible for loading, and off-loading commercial and military explosive laden vehicles
  • Quickly answered all job-related inquiries from supervisor and delivered updates on anticipated task completion times
  • Using documents generated by the Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS-Mod) pull ammunition for training units.
  • Prepared pallets of boxes for easy transportation between customer and storage locations
  • Conducted Ammunition condition code changes with Da Form 4508 (Ammunition Transfer Record) to locate ammunition within a specific bunker and perform changes as requested.
  • Shipped material and performed boxing, packing, labeling and preparation of any related documents
  • Assisted Government employees with ammunition operations during busy periods, developing new skills in the receipt and issue of munitions while boosting warehouse efficiency
  • Responsible for routine Magazine and bunker maintenance with in Regulatory Army Standards
  • Maintained ammunition positioning ,clearances, and security IAW AR 385-64, AR 700-16, and AR 190-11
  • Issued Ammunition to local, Conus And Foreign units IAW DA PAM 710-02-1, DA PAM 710-2-2, and AR 700-16
  • Coordinated daily work strategies, following oral and written instructions to properly move and ship products
  • Kept all documentation and records accurate and up-to-date with latest data to prevent errors in processing or delivery
  • Responsible for the safe handling and transporting of ammunition and explosive items to assigned areas while practicing situational alertness to mitigate any possible issues
  • Alerted supervisors and coworkers of hazards and other issues for quick resolutions
  • Offered expertise in inventory management and current stock levels to internal teams and customers to facilitate accuracy and product availability
  • Conduct wall to wall inventories on multiple structures acting as a counter and recorder using inventory count sheets to ensure the integrity of all ammunition counts are correct.
  • Ensure that personnel, operations and related activities are conducted in accordance and compliance with Cal State OSHA, Company procedures, Army Directives and IAW technical procedures for explosive operations
Site Supervisor, 04/2017 - 06/2017
The Gallery Sportsman's Club Lakewood, CO,
  • Directed projects according to schedule and quality demands
  • Managed safety and security of location to prevent intrusion, criminal activity, vandalism and injuries to workers
  • Delegated assignments based on site plans, project needs and knowledge of individual team members
  • Oversaw daily operations at site, keeping team production moving at optimal pace
  • Evaluated team member strengths and assigned tasks based upon expertise and background
  • Asserted control over material usage and contractor man-hours to keep projects in line with budgetary restrictions
Range Safety Officer, 01/2017 - 04/2017
Katmai International City, STATE,
  • Improved learning plans and facilitate student progress by implementing field test administration of target detection
  • Cleaned up brass casings and captured lead on frequent basis and supervised full range cleaning at end of each day
  • Directed safety protocols and daily range operations, including curriculum development and inventory management
  • Enforced range rules, including removing users for repeat or critical violations
  • Held daily safety briefings and monitored operational practices of all range users
  • Observed safety protocols and guidelines at all times, especially in regards to bringing new species into facility for monitoring, providing optimal protection for every creature under care
  • Answered questions and responded to public calls about wildlife conflicts, species concerns and range management issues
  • Collaborated with fellow personnel and other stakeholders to develop and implement strategic initiatives focused on maintaining habitats of threatened species
Ammunition Specialist, 08/2014 - 07/2016
United States Army City, STATE,
  • Trained personnel on safe ammunition handling to prevent injuries and accidents
  • Accurately completed all paperwork and documentation related to receiving and transfer of ammunition
  • Used the Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS-mod) and the Training Ammunition Management System (TAMIS-R) to manage inventory of materials, generate DA form 3151-R, and DA form 581.
  • Supervised personnel and offered extensive mentoring and training assistance
  • Oversee and conduct ammunition issues and receipts from local training units as requested on SAAS generated documents( DA Form 3151)
  • Prepare reports and recommendations for munitions conditions not in accordance/compliance
    with operational safety criteria.
  • Maintain and update magazine data cards, ammunition store slips, 3151's, and 581's.
  • Handled inspection, inventory and issuance of ammunition, including large rockets
  • Directly supervised a team of approximately 15 soldiers to conduct the process of an ammunition turn in.
  • Performed daily inspection rounds throughout facilities to check on all equipment and machinery
  • Disposed of unsound and unsafe materials, products and equipment to prevent inappropriate reuse
  • Used hand tools, instruments, gauges and equipment to complete accurate measurements and noted results for official records
  • Worked with and assisted government employees analyze deficiencies and developed solutions.
  • Maintained a close work relationship with government employees to ensure a positive work environment.
High School Diploma : General Studies, Expected in 05/2014
Lucerne Valley High School - Lucerne Valley, CA
Status -
Certificate : Explosive Ordnance/Bomb Disposal, Expected in 12/2014
U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School - Fort Lee, VA
Status -

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School Attended

  • Lucerne Valley High School
  • U.S. Army Ordnance Center and School

Job Titles Held:

  • Ammunition Handler
  • Site Supervisor
  • Range Safety Officer
  • Ammunition Specialist


  • High School Diploma
  • Certificate

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