DA Logistics Management Intern looking to join a growing organization as part of the Executive team. Results-oriented, strategic sales professional with over 12 years in the logistics field.
Training and development
DA Logistics Intern March 2015 to CurrentCivilian Logistics Career Management Office － Fort Lee, VA
Monitored multiple databases to keep track of all company inventory. and successfully completed 16 week Ordnance Basic Officer Leader Course with a GPA of 92.3%.
Traveled to several TDY locations to include Fort Lee, VA Logistic Readiness Center, DLA Disposition Services Fort Bragg and Camp Lejune, NC.
Assisted in solving problems identified during the design, production and initial deployment of equipment.
Experience in analyzing and forecasting requirements for materiel and determining solutions.
Assist in analyzing and forecasting requirements for materiel and determining solutions.
Assist in coordinating and overseeing distribution of new equipment to Army units worldwide.
Assist in the planning and budgeting to support Army requirements.
Obtaining and expediting material to support emergency operations.
Solved problems identified during the design, production and initial deployment of equipment.
Experience in planning, estimating and expediting manpower, machines and materiel in the repair and fabrication of equipment and supplies.
Also assisted in the planning, scheduling and supervising transportation of personnel, equipment and supplies.
Assisted in tracking the movement of material by synchronizing the use of all modes of transportation.
Supervisor: Eric Perryman (804-765-0729) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
November 2013 to March 2015Federal Bereau of Prisons － Petersburg, United States, VA
Salary: 47,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 40 Series: 0007 Pay Plan: GL Grade: 06 Correctional Officer (This is a federal job Supervises over 140 inmates in a medium-security facility maintaining 100% accountability.
Maintaines security and control of the institution.
Oversees inmates in cell house, personal hygiene, and institutional activities.
Supervises unit orderlies in a housing unit and motivate them to maintain a high sanitation level.
Conduct daily random searches of individual cells, common areas, and offenders.
Enforces institutional policies and procedures.
Searches inmate lockers and confiscated contraband.
Supervised up to 317 inmates in a low-security facility maintaining 100% accountability.
Conducted prisoner roll calls, escorts, and lock-downs.
Monitored inmates' daily activities, watching closely for unusual behavior, improper conduct, or signs of possible conflict.
Performes periodic patrols of the entire correctional facility area to maintain order and prevent escapes.
Searched cells, living quarters, visiting areas, recreational areas, and buildings for contraband or unapproved items.
Performes first aid and crisis intervention as needed.
Supervisor: Lieutenant McWilliams ((804)504-7200 (1133)) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Security Officer December 2012 to November 2013Department of Defense － Fort Lee, United States, VA
Hours per week: 55 Series: 0085 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 04 Performs security duties at the Entry Gates of Fort Lee Army Post; ensures security standards are compliant with statutory and regulatory requirements; provides public safety; maintains order, protects people and property; works cohesively with the Department of the Army Civilian and Military Police to safeguard vital information; enforces local, state and federal laws for the protection of military and civilian employees, contractors and visiting personnel entering Ft Lee; logs in and accounts for all vehicles entering Fort Lee; controls base access control points for five gates; conducts 100 percent identification to all personnel entering post.
Deloatch ((804) 479-2032) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Admin Site Support February 2011 to December 2012P. D Systems － Prince George, United States, VA
https://www.usajobs.gov/Applicant/Resume/ListResumes/ 3/16/2016 Hours per week: 40 Responsible for submitting work orders and operating the Fuels Accounting System (FAS), along with maintaining accountability of over $3 million dollars of capitalize fuel.
Maintained over one million gallons of fuel on ground ensuring categories, API gravity, and visual examination for contamination of petroleum products.
Serves as petroleum site support manager at Petroleum Training Facility (PTF) on Fort Lee, Va.
Ensured the pipeline manifold is functioning and all equipment is ready and available for loading and unloading of capitalize fuel.
Conducted training sessions on new technology for co- workers.
Served as a manager ensuring compliance with regulations for management of hazardous materials to include federal, military agencies with emphasis on the OSHA hazard communication standard.
Maintained a tracking system for incoming/outgoing correspondence.
Have a Commercial Drivers License(CDL) with hazard endorsement to transport equipment back and forth to the site for training and to maintenance.
Knowledge of chemical principles, concepts, procedures, and theory to recognize the hazardous nature of chemical elements, compounds, and products efficient to determine compliance with safety, environment, and transportation regulations.
Ability to interpret federal regulation covering hazardous materials while being handle.
Established and maintains internal personnel records and assembles and reviews all related outgoing documents for conformance to applicable procedures and regulations.
Ability in presenting findings, conclusions, and recommendations both orally and in writing in order to present briefings, prepares papers and effectively communicates with and obtain cooperation and assistance of personnel in the organization.
Ensuring all documents are edited for completeness, and compliance with local policies and procedures.
Maintains files and tracking systems, and schedules required for physical inventories.
Provided information to management on performance program, or training requirements.
During the Quality Liquid Logistics Exercise (QLLEX) successfully coordinated and accounted for the purchase and distribution of over 925k gallons of capitalize fuel to various locations.
Calvin Cropper ((804) 734-2516) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Security Technician January 2010 to February 2011Kellogg Brown and Root
Talil － AE
Hours per week: 80.
Supervisor of guard August 2003 to June 2006U.S Army － Fort Lee, United States, VA
shift with a combined team of security officers with 20-30 sub-contracted Third Country Nationals (TCN) and Host Country Nationals (HCN) personnel.
Assisted Security Coordinators with force protection and law enforcement liaison.
Responsibilities included preliminary data collection in support of formal inquiries; providing regular security reports to KBR personnel on site.
Assisted with the conduct of force protection planning to include collecting the data for Threat Vulnerability assessments, Convoy and Escort missions, making security recommendations based upon threat data pertaining to the PPE posture, and enforced all aspects of Security and FP policy.
Reviewed and evaluated FP enhancements at all sites to ensure compliance with theater requirements.
Served as the https://www.usajobs.gov/Applicant/Resume/ListResumes/ 3/16/2016 Print Resume Page 4 of 5 FP monitor for program adherence for security leadership.
Advised site management and immediate supervisors of progress of FP enhancements and issues inhibiting program completion.
Extensive knowledge of basic interview and investigative techniques and written reports as related to security incidents.
Provided written & oral briefing information to senior management.
Must have knowledge of TVAs, security overview, attack profiles, threat analysis, loss prevention, physical security, information security programs, personal security, and basic escorting missions.
Hours per week: 60.
Logistic Supply Technician
Served as a Petroleum Management Specialist assisting in duties relating to petroleum supply logistics.
Checked documents on incoming shipments for proper identification of fuel and water content.
Adheres to quality control program by correctly identifying and storing all petroleum products and waste oil.
Receives and processes incoming shipments.
Verifies items against receipt documents.
Performed location surveys and inventories, dispatching procedures.
Responsible for planning and carrying out the work, resolving conflicts, integrating and coordinating the work with other functions, team members and programs as necessary, and interpreting policy and regulations in terms of established objectives.
Supervise of progress in meeting objectives and of potentially controversial situations.
Planning, developing, and determining what procedures and methods to employ are left to the discretion of the transportation specialist.
Completed work is reviewed from an overall standpoint for feasibility, compatibility with other projects, for effectiveness in meeting requirements.
Results are reviewed for effectiveness in supporting the mission and programs of the organization.
Duties included receiving and dispensing petroleum products, operating forklift, conveyors, tanker (loading, unloading), storing supplies, conducting safety inspections, performed basic preventive maintenance checks and services on POL equipment and marked petroleum for proper identification.
Ability to provide supply operation and property accountability guidance.
Experience in receipt, control, and distribution of a very wide variety of petroleum supplies, including many specialized items, hard to find items, or those that have unusual requirements, or are technical.
Supervisor and incumbent develop a mutually acceptable completion plan for all projects/assignments which includes identification of the work to be done, the scope of each project/assignment and deadlines for their completion.
Supervisor: Deborah Cunningham (804-512-9597) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes.
Associate's Degree : Business Management, 08/2014Central Texas College － Fort Lee, VA, United StatesGPA: GPA: 3.2GPA: 3.2 Credits Earned: 66 Semester hours Business Management //www.usajobs.gov/Applicant/Resume/ListResumes/ 3/16/2016 Print Resume Page 5 of 5 Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Public Speaking, Human Resources Management Job Related Training: Leadership Course Completed
Leadership Essentials Course Completed December 2013
Building Influence Leadership Course Completed December 2013
Career Management Course : December 2013Interpersonal Communication Skills Course #1,2,3 Completed September 2014
The Role of the Correctional Leader/Manager Completed September 2014
Assigning Inmates to Housing Completed September 2014
Associate's Degree : Business Management , 08/2014 Leadership Essentials Course Completed December 2013
Building Influence Leadership Course Completed December 2013
Career Management Course : December 2013
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