Ammunition Technician Resume Example

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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary

Prior military, goal-oriented, individual challenged with inspecting, inventorying and issuing assets to highly capable teams. Adept at working with government officials and line watching for illegal entry and smuggling into Henoko Ammunition Supply Point. Top related skill sets are sorting, identifying, and organizing asset transportation methods.

  • Safety Procedures
  • Preparation for ammunition movement
  • Cultural awareness
  • Basic math
  • Inventory management
  • Planning and Coordination
  • Forklift safety and operation
  • Warehouse safety
  • Inventory audits
  • Explosive materials storage
  • Labor requirement planning
  • Verbal and written communication
Work History
United States Marine Corps - Ammunition Technician
City, STATE, 11/2017 - 03/2021
  • Lance Corporals Leadership and Ethics Seminar, Enlisted Professional Military Education, United States Marine Corps, 20190322.
  • Certificate of Contamination: Oleoresin Capsicum (Level 1), Provost Marshal?s Office, MCB Butler, United States Marine Corps, 20180209.
  • Military Police Military Security Augmentation Force Training certificate, PMO Mobile Training Team, Ammunition Company 3rd Supply Battalion, Okinawa, JPN.
  • During Camp Guard Temporary Additional Duty (TAD), I escorted Armory Marines delivering keys to and from their Armory as an armed escort, learned how to use a FIDO explosive tracer detector (ETD), and studied how to adjust and use the effectiveness of a mil-dot radius from a scope.
  • During work duties as an Ammunition Technician, I verified and maintained records on incoming and outgoing shipments involving inventory history established on stack cards.
  • Duties included verifying and recording incoming explosive material(s), as well as sorting out all ammunition items by compatibility for the transportation and storage of products.
  • I prepared ammunition items for removal or storage, as well as packaged objects and block & braced ammunition items for shipping.
  • Monthly and as needed, I inspected work sites, such as ammunition storage buildings (i.e.
  • Containment areas called ?Magazines?), to identify potential environmental or safety hazards.
  • I performed physical activities that require considerable use of arms and legs when handling heavy pallets of ammunition items, such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping, and handling.
  • I regularly operated a forklift to transport various types of munition items and, as a billet, performed the duties as a Company Driver, such as retrieving equipment and delivering personnel to their assigned place(s) of duty as needed.
  • I provided work-related information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates via radio, telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in person.
  • I maintained the ability to arrange things or actions in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g., patterns of numbers, letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations).
  • I helped record shipment data, such as weight, hazard classification, charges, space availability, damages, or discrepancies, for reporting, accounting, or recordkeeping formatted to organize the distribution of ammunition items as needed (i.e.
  • Blocking & bracing, Material Work Orders).
  • Scope statement: As a Team Leader with the rank of Corporal, I supervised over 10+ Marines in my Section.
  • Okinawa, Japan?s Ammunition Company consists of a standard 100+ coworkers.
  • Aside from the different types of ammunition items my Section was in charge of, the cost of some munition items my Section and I oversaw are well worth five million U.S.
  • Dollars each, such as Rocket Pods.
  • Top accomplishment is: Receiving Certificate of Commendation for preparing all 38 Munition Storage buildings (Magazines) to pass an Explosive Safety Inspection (ESI).
  • Accurately completed all paperwork and documentation related to receiving and transfer of ammunition.
  • Trained personnel on safe ammunition handling to prevent injuries and accidents.
  • Pulled merchandise from inventory storage and documented quantities to maintain accuracy.
  • Reviewed order slips, picked products and staged merchandize to be shipped.
  • Inspected incoming and outgoing shipments to verify accuracy and prevent errors.
  • Promoted warehouse safety by reporting or resolving safety hazards and observing OSHA guidelines.
  • Completed all paperwork, recognizing any discrepancies and addressing them in a timely fashion.
BMW Of The Mainline - Service Valet Attendant
City, STATE, 08/2015 - 03/2017
  • As a part-time Service Valet Attendant, I oversaw the inventory, inspection, and serviceability of parked BMW cars and was tasked to inspect each parked car every two hours or as needed.
  • I clocked in and out of work via service portal tablet by scanning the print of my assigned fingertip.
  • I checked in and out BMW keys via key log database by adding or removing accountability of keys from the asset list.
  • I helped inspect and update the status of the Dealership Management System by inspecting the insurance, cleanliness, date of inspection, engine oil status, amount of fuel, amount of mileage, condition of tires, Lease Return status, Loaner car status, Customer car status, Pennsylvania State Emissions, and Head Air Bags of BMW cars.
  • I kept record of the segregation of parked BMW cars divided among four sections, including the BMW showroom, throughout the building and wrote the section number on the tag attached to each BMW remote (fob) and/or key.
  • After I transitioned to full-time in July 2016, I helped determine which vehicle must be staged/parked on the building?s roof in Roof for Detail (RFD) status, which indicates a pending status for a vehicle to be driven to the service garage by a service valet attendant to inform a maintenance worker to repair any discrepancies.
  • I helped determine and keep accountability of which car must be driven to the car wash and operated the controls of the car wash as needed.
  • I transported cars to a designated lot sited at a distant location designed to expand the dealership?s inventory, filled location change forms, and transported cars temporarily loaned to customers.
  • Top accomplishment was steady organization of inventory with zero faults, complaints, or mistakes.
Blessing Point - Retailer
City, STATE, 02/2016 - 04/2016
  • I delivered and received food packages to and from BMW of the Mainline.
  • I counted money gained and deposited each deposit slip to the bank after my shift for the Manager.
  • By April, I transitioned from part-time to full-time during the Manager?s nine-day vacation.
  • I was tasked to buy certain food items from a local Acme store to restock resupply at Blessing Point and turn off power adapters to avoid unnecessary additional costs stated on electric bills.
  • Top accomplishment was managing a retail business without supervision for over one week while working at BMW of the Mainline as a second part-time job.
Southern New Hampshire University (Online) Manchester, NH, Expected in 01/2019 Bachelor of Science : Criminal Justice - GPA :
  • Graduated with [Number] GPA
  • Graduated cum laude
  • Majored in Homeland Security
  • Member of National Society of Leadership and Success
  • Graduated summa cum laude
  • Graduated in Top [Number]% of Class
  • Dean's List [Semester and Year]
  • Coursework in [Subject], [Subject] and [Subject]
, Expected in BA : - GPA :
, Expected in MA : - GPA :
Southern New Hampshire University (Online) Manchester, NH, Expected in 01/2023 Master of Science : Psychology - GPA :
  • Dean's List [Semester and Year]
  • Member of [Honor's Society Name]
  • Graduated with [Number] GPA
  • Majored in Forensic Psychology

As an Ammunition Technician, I executed Work Orders; supervised 10+ Marines; inspected work sites; maintained incoming/outgoing munition shipment records; prepared ordnance for removal or storage while operating a forklift; received Certificate of Commendation for preparing all 38 Munitions Storage buildings (Magazines) to pass an Explosive Safety Inspection (ESI).

  • National Society of Leadership and Success
  • Certification of Commendation, United States Marine Corps Commanding Officer 3rd Supply Battalion, 20200601.
  • Corporals Course (Class 526-20), College of Enlisted Military Education, 20200228.
  • Lance Corporals Leadership and Ethics Seminar, Enlisted Professional Military Education, 20190322.
  • Certificate of Contamination: Oleoresin Capsicum (Level 1), United States Marine Corps, 20180209.
  • Military Police Military Security Augmentation Force Training certificate, United States Marine Corps, 20180209.

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