An ambition-driven individual who is willing to learn as much as he can despite not having a lot work experience.Currently serving as an enlisted service member in Active ARMY, specified job is an 92A; Automated Logistical Specialist. Basic knowledge of Army Maintenance Supply Systems and Warehouse Procedures, though it differs from the civilian world. Graduated Basic Training and MOS Job School, emerging as an disciplined civilian soldier who is striving towards success and a better future.Possesses the potential to become a leader in the future, as leadership positions were given and taken on. Wants to learn the basics and foundation of the job given in order to become proficient in the job field later on as progress is made.Is teachable, learns at own pace. Once familiar with given tasks, tends to gain momentum and become adept in the particular task/skills.
Supply Chain Management
Training and Mentoring
Safety & Security
the standard Army Maintenance system- enhanced (SAMS-E)
Standard Army Retail Supply (SARRS-1)
Combat Lifesafer Certified
Janitorial equipment familiarity
Supply and logistics planning
Pays attention to detail
Willing to learn
Easy to get along with
Excellent analytical skills
Work under pressure
Strong verbal communication
Intelligence gathering techniques
Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2011
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
Graduated from Warrior Leaders Course in 2014
Awarded the Army Commendation Medal 2013
EQUIPMENT RECORDS PARTS SPECIALIST06/2013 to CurrentUS ARMYJblm, WAAt the Unit Level, 92As work as PLL/TAMMS clerks (Prescribed Load List/The Army Maintenance Management System), and are responsible for maintaining records of services performed, ordering and managing repair parts, dispatching vehicles and equipment, and maintaining operator licensing records. 92A's are assigned to, and supervised by the maintenance NCO, and will usually be the only 92A in the company. This is a very high profile job and the Equipment Records Parts Specialist/NCO will interface with vehicle drivers, mechanics, armorer, unit supply sergeant, company Executive Officer, Maintenance Officer, and Commander while conducting daily duties. A good PLL/TAMMS clerk can make or break a companys maintenance program.
MATERIEL CONTROL ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST04/2011 to 05/2013US ARMYFort Drum, NYEstablishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, materiel control, accounting and supply reports. Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn‑ins and performs dues‑ins and dues‑outs accounting. Corrects error and exception documents. Processes inventories, surveys and warehousing documents. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures.
General studies University Of GuamMangilao, GU, USA