Appointment Eligibility: Veterans Recruitment Appointment and/or 30% or More Disabled Veteran Veterans Employment Opportunity Act Eligible Person with Disability Current Student 2.
Appt Preference: Not interested/available in any of the above types of positions - only want permanent full time 4.
Willing to Travel: 6 or More Days 5.
Vet Preference: 10-Point 30% Compensable Preference 6.
Low Salary Accept: $75,000 7.
Qualified Typist: Yes 8.
Birth Date: **None Specified 9.
Geo Preference: CA, China Lake ; CA, Coronado ; CA, El Centro ; CA, Fallbrook ; CA, Miramar ; CA, San Diego ; FL, Jacksonville ; GA, Albany ; TX, College Station ; CA, Chula Vista ; CA, Point Loma RACE/ETHNIC STATUS: Black or African American (Blk) SEX: Male.
High School Diploma: Bryan High School Wayland University - Bryan Aiea, Texas Hawaii
Degree: Occupational Education Occupational Education 3.5 129 Semester Hours
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING 6th Worldwide Lessons in Leadership, 8-hours, 02-1999
Conflict Management, 40-hours, 06-2005
Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals,80 hrs
Systems Acquisition Management,80 hrs,:
Intermediate Acquisition Logistics,120 hrs,:
Configuration Management,80 hrs,:
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATES **None Specified:
PROFESSIONAL RATINGS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS Received "Early" or "Must Promote" Promotion Recommendations on all Officer Fitness Reports while on Active Duty. Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal(5),Navy Achievement Medal(2)Good Conduct Medals (3) OTHER INFORMATION Familiar with Pentium based computers, various word processing programs, military weapons handling, evaluation, testing, and inventory management computerized programs, facsimile equipment, office copiers, and printing equipment. Keyboard skills: 40+ wpm. U.S. MILITARY SERVICE INFORMATION Active Duty: 07/1976 to 09/2006 - U.S. Navy Campaign badges and/or expeditionary medals received: Navy Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Southwest Asia Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal Honorable Discharge Retirement Rank: LCDR/04. Date: 09/01/2006 Percentage of service connected disability 70% Date of last Veterans' Administration Letter: 01/31/2007
06/2008 to 12/2014
Explosive Safety SpecialistExplosive Safety Office Pacific – Naval Base Coronado California
Navy Inspector whom assess compliance of the Explosives Safety Policy with the Navy's explosives safety standards in the execution of shipboard operations involving the handling, stowage, physical security, and use of Arms Ammunition and Explosives (A&E).
The ultimate goal of the Shipboard Explosive Safety Program (SESI) Program is to maintain the highest level of Fleet readiness by preventing loss and mishaps involving A&E, thereby, eliminating associated deaths, injuries, lost work days and property damage.
The purpose of the SESI Program is to promote heightened awareness of explosives safety requirements, assess the extent to which ships' personnel are performing their duties in compliance with regulations, assess the ship's overall ordnance safety posture, and provide applicable explosives safety guidance and best practices.
03/2007 to 06/2008
Explosive Safety/Logistics ConsultantCommander Surface Forces Pacific – 2650 Park Tower Drive, Suite 800 San Diego California 92135
Advisor to the Commander Naval Surface Forces on all elements relating to areas of Explosives Safety with regards to weapon stowage and system support.
Provides detailed shipboard ordnance and Explosive Handling Guidance for Conventional Ordnance Safety Reviews on Naval Surface Ships.
Safety Program Manager and organizer of an Explosive Safety Cross Functional Team whose charter is to solely educate the Fleet in the areas of Risk Analysis, Management, Mishap Prevention and Investigation, Reporting, Safety Education, and Occupational Safety and Health relating to ordnance and explosives.
CFT Proposed Course Of Action (COA) is to mitigate the root causes of fleet associated mishaps and thereby create a process which establishes a greater visibility of explosives safety issues and provides adequate oversight to sustain readiness.
03/2005 to 09/2006
Ordnance Handling OfficerCommander Naval Air Forces Pacific – Box 357051 San Diego Ca. 92135-7051
Ordnance Officer and Explosive Safety Expert providing performance focused leadership and management responsibilities for fifteen project managers, who perform various ordnance logistical functions for the Commander Naval Air Forces Pacific Fleet.
Successfully monitored the complete Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) processes for the introduction of the Navy's newest weapon, Guided AIM 9X sidewinder missile.
Became the subject matter expert on the AIM-9X maintenance plan, including supply support, fleet allowances and training assets.
Tracked funding requirements, and ensured fleet users were aware of warranty issues affecting the AIM 9X contract by ensuring technical data was received, personnel trained and certified prior to fielding.
Ensured defective units were returned to the contractor in a timely manner.
Monitored fleet introduction of new weapon systems such as AIM 9X, Hellfire, JDAM and Joint Common Missile.
Analyzed and Developed, Naval Air Forces Joint Mission Essential Task List (JMETL) in the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS).
Trains essential personnel on the use of DRRS and readiness reporting requirements.
Reviewed unit manpower requirements and provided written reports to unit Commanding Officers.
Implemented and supervised the development of an ordnance inventory management accountability-training program for all Naval Air Forces commands throughout the western United States and the Far East for $2.7 billion-dollar ordnance inventory.
Oversaw the development and implementation of an afloat ordnance management policy, which has been adopted throughout the Navy as official policy for all ships.
Senior Weapon Explosive Safety Specialist, for Weapons/Explosives) served as the senior Team Leader for AIRPAC ships and shore explosives safety inspections.
Additionally serves as a senior subject matter expert and advisor to Fleet and shore stations supervisors and managers on all matters regarding the Department of the Navy Explosives Safety for shipboard and shore based programs.
Administers COSR (Conventional Ordnance Safety Review) to all AIRFOR ships.
Thoroughly familiar with all Explosive Safety technical Manuals.
Administered sixteen Conventional Weapons Technical Proficiency Inspections (CWTPI) and 10 Conventional Ordnance Safety Reviews (COSR) as the Chief inspector on deploying units ensuring these units were ready for deployment and or annual inspections.
Processes numerous explosive safety event waivers/exemptions for fleet and shore stations.
Developed andsubmitted for approval over ten explosives safety site approval documents.
Expert technical knowledge of Department of the Navy Explosive Safety Standards.
Active Secret clearance.
08/2004 to 03/2005
Weapons OfficerNaval Air Station Coronado California – Coronado California
Responsible for all Explosive Safety Programs and Ordnance Operations conducted at Naval Air Station North Island which included range and Explosive Safety activities at San Clemente Island.
Managed 45 personnel paygrades E1 through E9 and 65 civilians who were responsible for the safe loading and unloading of ammunition and explosives aboard Naval combatants at station piers, berths, and flight lines areas.
Provided Commanding Officer with reasoned, informed advice regarding explosives safety standards and acceptable levels of risk.
Conducted Explosive Safety Inspections on all explosive storage areas and magazines.
My team provides the professional oversight for the storage, issue, receipt, assembly/disassembly, and transportation of ammunition and explosives on Naval shore/air installations and over public highways insuring all Federal, State, Department of Defense (DOD) and Department of Transportation (DOT) laws and regulations are followed.
Provided shipboard weapons/weapons support to Surface Ships while moored at Pier Bravo while unloading and offloading numerous ordnance.
Recommended construction of proposed facilities sitting for new construction plans and modifications to six existing facilities and magazine structures.
Researched Explosives Safety Quantity Distance (ESQD) limitations, and ordnance transportation, handling and storage criteria for the six facilities.
Made engineering design change recommendations for improvement of 18 Explosive Safety storages and 2 operating facilities.
Chairman of the Ordnance Qualification Certification Board.
Astute leadership and technical expertise lead to improved productivity, safety, and quality control.
Revised numerous standard operating procedures IAW OP-5.
Achieved outstanding results during annual explosive safety inspection by the Department of Defense Explosive Safety Board.
Provided over 2 million tons of ordnance to deploying ships, squadrons and submarines without incident or accident.
01/2002 to 07/2004
40 hours per Week; Aviation Ordnance Logistics Officer; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Commander Pacific Fleet HQ N42, 250 Makalapa Drive Pearl Harbor Hawaii 96860-3131; Peter Butler , 808-474-6430 ; may contact supervisor.
Aviation Ordnance who provided logistic support to all Pacific fleet forces.
Develops and administers policies, logistic operations plans, fleet supply and ordnance.
Served as Joint Task Force 519 Munitions and Sustainment Officer.
Operated a newly developed weapons station readiness reporting system that linked over 50 ships to shore-based infrastructure that reported operational readiness between the shore and afloat customers.
Developed an ammunition inventory management metrics to monitor $3.8B of ordnance inventory and reported findings to the Logistics Management Command.
Interacts with Chief of Naval Operations, System Commands, Commander Fleet Forces Command, Commander Naval Air Forces, Commander Naval Surface Forces, Commander Marine Forces, Army Field Support and Joint Munitions Command Staffs on all matters of operational ordnance logistics.
Planned, executed and supervised the successful logistic movement of thousands of tons of explosive ordnance, critical, Aircraft Armament Equipment and Airborne Weapons Support Equipment via strategic USAF airlift as well as from US Navy amphibious ships and Maritime Pre-positioned Forces.
Processed and monitored all in-theater Explosive Safety Event waivers and exemptions for the operating forces.
Performed detailed analysis and planning of Afloat and Ashore Ordnance allowances.
This was accomplished through researching Naval ordnance requirements needed to meet current Operational Plans, evaluating current levels of shore based ordnance, analytically and operationally determining what changes in Western Pacific load plans were needed to enable the Naval Forces to engage and sustain combat operation for a predetermined period of time.
Coordinated time sensitive transportation of explosive ordnance, Aircraft Armament Equipment and Airborne Weapons Support Equipment from numerous air bases via tactical airlift and, combat surface convoys to several locations and bases.
Directed redistribution and coordinated re-supply of aviation ordnance to ensure successful mission accomplishment while supporting high-tempo combat operations.
Conducted Executive level briefings for 2, 3 and 4 star level Navy and Marine Officers as well as the Secretary of the Navy and Chief of Naval Operations on all Aviation ordnance and aircraft weapons system related issues.
Prepared and submitted numerous Urgent Universal Needs Statements, Issue Point Papers for submission to Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), which addressed and recommended urgent aviation ordnance and weapons system requirements, inventory and acquisition actions deemed necessary to support the combat operations.
Member of the Carrier Operational Advisory Group.
Driving force behind leveraging new robotic/automation technologies for movement of shipboard ordnance at sea.
This initiative resulted in reduced manpower requirements by approximately 30% while concurrently improving safety.
Championed efforts to develop a new innovative "SURGE LOAD" which provided safe stowage of ammunition for aircraft carriers in home and foreign ports during high threat environments...later adopted as Navy policy.
Successfully realigned the Lightweight Torpedo Intermediate Maintenance Activities within the COMPACFLT AOR, annual savings $3.7 million which enhanced the Navy Munitions Command's Torpedo readiness.
01/1999 to 12/2001
Airwing Ordnance Officer
40 hours per Week; Carrier Air Wing Eleven Ordnance Officer; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Carrier Air Wing Eleven, Unit 25120 FPO AP 96601-4408; Capt T.
Bennett , 559-998-0818 ; may contact supervisor.
responsible for managing the efforts of eight tactical airwing squadrons ordnance training and readiness.
Chairman of the Ordnance Qualification Certification Board.
Served as the Senior point of contact for technical assistance and information relating to the Department of the Navy Explosive Safety Program.
Expended over 70,000 lbs of live and inert ordnance during detachment to Naval Air Station Fallon Nevada.
Conducted bottoms up review of weapons systems training and initiated a responsive training team which resulted in 5 squadrons receiving grades of Outstanding on Conventional Weapons Technical Proficiency Inspections.
Tailored the Battle Group Mission Ordnance requirements for USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) and USS Sacramento (AOE-1) which correctly identified the total assets needed for mission accomplishment and ensured the most updated weapons were being introduced into the FIFTH fleet area of operations.
Methodically ensured all weapon systems were Full Mission Capable (FMC) delivering over 2 million tons of ordnance in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
11/1997 to 12/1998
40 hours per Week; Fleet Liaison Officer; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Naval Air Systems Command, Air 3.1 47013 Hinkle Circle Unit 8 Patuxent River MD.
20670-1628; Vice Adm Massenburg , unk ; may contact supervisor.