Highly motivated experience leader and professional; effectively trained and supervised and mentored large teams under high stress conditions on the GCSS-Army. Successfully trained 20 to 40 students a month with a great understanding and know how ability on the system. Transitioning out of the military to private sector, seeking to gain employment in a position that will use my expertise as a Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army) Trainer in support of Northrop Grumman objectives.
Secret Clearance - Active
Dependable and reliable
Clear communication skills
Certified Forklift Operator
Four-wheeled hand truck
GCSS-Army Lead Trainer, 04/2015 to Current United States Army – Fort Irwin, California
Lead Trainer for the U.S. Army new SAP system know as the Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army). Responsible for planning and executing GCSS-Army sustainment training for two divisions in multiple courses. Unit Level of Supply, Maintenance operations, and Warehouse Operations. Served as the Regiment\'s GCSS-Army Liaison for Command Discipline Program Inspection; Supervises the Army\'s first implementation for consolidation of sustainment automation utilizing the Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army). Collected data around every transaction and turned it into tools that helped users; Identified and corrected performance issues.
Field Operations Manager, 01/2014 to 04/2015 United State Army – Fort Irwin, CA
Managed all organizational function day to day operations of an organization withdiverse missions.Supervisorover 100 personnel in a field environment,including Lexiconcontractors.Provided unit training in preparation for combat suchas,replicatedcivilians on the battlefield (COB),Cultural Role Players (CRP), Detainee Role Players (DRP), and Foreign Language Speakers (FLS). Provide training, classes and briefings on a variety of topics to include leadership, personnel management, counseling techniques and evaluations, maintenance management, logistics, human relations, military law, standards of performance, care, conduct, appearance, personnel management, assignment, Utilization and training. Supervised subordinate staff members and evaluated their performance.
Material Control Supervisor, 09/2012 to 01/2014 United State Army – Fort Irwin, CA Supervisor a Multi-Class Warehouse; monitored the workshop work flow and developed weekly schedule for 17 warehouse employees; led warehouse improvement initiatives to advance operational efficiencies; received all imported goods and checked products condition and count; loaded and unloaded pieces into boxes for shipment; moved freight, stock and other materials to and from storage and production areas and loading docks; received, stored and shipped goods and materials; tagged all inbound merchandise with receiving date; unloaded cargo from truck with hand trucks and pallet jacks; operated forklift and other heavy trucks safely; divided cargo received by account number and intended location; monitored department performance data to identify and avoid potential risks; stack and store boards and pallet at the end of the shift to keep warehouse clean and organized; maintained the warehouse in compliance OSHA safety standards.
Material Management Supervisor, 08/2011 to 08/2012 United State Army – Seoul, Korea
Supervisor in a multi-class II, IV, VII, and IX warehouse for a Maintenance Company in the Republic of Korea. Responsible for the supervising and training of 11 Soldier's, 17 Korean Service Corps (KSC) and 12 Korean Nationals (KN).Led warehouse improvement initiatives to advance operational efficiencies, moved freight, stock and other materials to and from storage and production areas and loading docks, sorted cargo before loading and unloading, unloaded cargo from truck with hand trucks and pallet jacks, operated indoors and out door forklifts.
Installation In-Processing NCO, 06/2009 to 07/2011 United State Army – Fort Hood, TX Supervising Soldier's arriving to the Fort Hood, Texas Installation by In-Processing them for HHC, USAG and the Reception Detachment, the largest reception and garrison company in the United States Army; responsible for facilitating daily community briefings; ensure all inbound Soldiers receive corrected orders and leave forms; supervise and assist up to 150 Soldiers arriving daily at two separate divisions, regiment and 26 separate units during their initial in-processing at medical, dental, personnel and self help stations at the Copeland Soldier Service Center; conduct bus tours of Fort Hood; ensure Soldiers attend the weekly III Corps Commanding General's newcomers orientation briefing.
Received 2012 “Runner Up” distinction from Logistics.
Led warehouse team that had a 0% injury rate for 3 years in a row.
Down loaded 20 flat bed truck of Force pallets by forklift
Basic Leadership Course: Basic Management Course, 1994 Basic Leadership Course - Fort Lee, VA