Job Type: Permanent, Temporary, Term, Detail Work Schedule: Full-Time, Part-Time, Shift Work Objective: Seeking a professional job as a Maintenance Technician to utilize my expertise acquire over ten years. Successful management and leadership experience with a reputation for meeting the most challenging organizational goals and objectives. A pragmatic and focused individual recognized for "making seemingly impossible situations work." Currently have a Secret Security Clearance. Personally trains maintenance personnel to accurately diagnose/troubleshoot mechanical, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic malfunctions accurately Instruct subordinates in OSHA and EPA policies on safety and hazardous materials, in compliance with Army mandate to follow OSHA standards Excellent customer relations, briefing, and reporting skills Held planning conferences or meetings pertaining to maintenance, supply, Reset, Left Behind Equipment, new logistic systems and or a acquisition logistics issues Build concept of support briefings Ability to Interact with others Ability to independently with minimal supervision or guidance
Contracting Officer's Representative Contracting Officer Representative (COR) CLL 001 Life Cycle Management and Sustainment Metrics
with a Mission Focus.
Supervisor January 2008 to November 2014
Maj Washington (706) 905-0985 Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes Knowledge of logistics and maintenance: Provides functional expertise and assistance with the implementation of new proposed logistical systems Comply with regulatory and statutory requirements applicable to industrial maintenance operations Acts as the unit point of contact for Automated Materiel Status System (AMSS) reporting and issues that arise between the unit, the support operation/distribution management center and Army level Oversee all quality control inspections and inspectors to validate their capability to identify improper repairs and scheduled services Direct unit workloads; enforces fire and safety programs; manages calibration, oil analysis, and readiness reports Recognize fundamental concepts and basics of defense systems acquisition management Understand the role of the life cycle logistician during the sustainment phase of a system's life cycle and understand supply chain management to include maintenance processes and environmental concerns Producing higher performance standards and enhancing productivity during a period of shrinking budgets Was the primary logistical advisor to the Commander for 250 men, responsible for $25 million of equipment.
Managed $40M budget.
Responsible for controlling the procurement of durable and expendable items under the budget.
A recognized expert in planning and executing complex operations with 100% accuracy and success, including the scheduling and movement of thousands of equipment and the timely transfer of millions of dollars' worth of equipment to support and maintain operations As head of the Maintenance/Logistic Department for a 400 personnel, automated major control systems, increasing the effective resource utilization rate from 46% to 97.6% in less than 12 months.
This resulted in a cost savings of over $101 million.
Plans, organizes, and allocates resources and facilities to execute maintenance operations Coordinate for, or provided technical training for Army STAMIS system operators Coordinate with the installation ACOM or AMC, on application of modification work orders on unit equipment Capability in materiel management including; ordering, scheduling, tracking, and inventory control and reporting Provide assistance in the preparation of Performance Work Statement (PWS) and/or Statement of Work (SOW) Integrates multifunctional logistics programs and systems (Standard Army Maintenance System Installation Enhanced (SAMS-IE), Logistics Integrated Warehouse (LIW), Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), and Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) for the Logistics Readiness Center (LRC) Participated in exercises or planning groups or Emergency Crisis operations as a logistics action officer Developed logistical plans, risk management plan, policies and procedures geared towards supporting logistics area of supply, transportation, maintenance, and services.
Evaluate and review Logistics Management Division policy Negotiated and developed long term maintenance support agreement contracts.
Responsible for management and support of capital and operation- maintenance budget ($40M) Evaluates and inspects maintenance operations and develops and implements corrective action plans Identifies technical training deficiencies within the military or civilian work force and develop comprehensive corrective action plans to provide necessary training Submit Software Engineering Change Proposals to the appropriate agencies when automated maintenance management systems do not function as designed Coordinate with other maintenance activities and external agencies to resolve disagreements and maintenance quality control problems Study resource utilization intended to improve overall operations and reduce funds expenditure Perform associated support tasks as a member on study team projects involving data collection, interviewing, observation, fact finding, and identification and documentation of potential improvements Subject matter expert in mechanical, electronic troubleshooting and maintenance operation Understand the mechanical, electrical functions of Detroit engines and Caterpillar engines Knowledgeable on all diagnostic tool.
Senior Maintenance Warrant Officer September 1997 to November 2014United State Army
6th BN, 353rd , 162nd IB.
7715A I Avenue.
Fort Polk, LA 71459 US.
Associate Degree : General StudiesCentral Texas College KilleenGPA: GPA: 3.0 GPA: 75.0GPA: 3.0 GPA: 75.0 General Studies
Six Sigma Black Belt Professional (SSBBP) Army Demonstrated Senior Logistician Defense Acquisition University Coursework: Log 101 Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals Log 102 Systems Sustainment Management Fundamentals Log 103 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability Sys 101 Fundamentals of Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering
Associate Degree : General Studies Six Sigma Black Belt Professional (SSBBP) Army Demonstrated Senior Logistician Defense Acquisition University Coursework: Log 101 Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals Log 102 Systems Sustainment Management Fundamentals Log 103 Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability Sys 101 Fundamentals of Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering
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