General Supply Specialist Gs 2001 9 Grade 11 Representative resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,

Organized and motivated General Supply Specialist eager to apply time management and organizational skills in various environments. Talented supply professional with seven years of Army logistics experience and practices. Proficient in forecasting trends and tracking expenditures. Adept at locating materials, coordinating supplies, and maintaining desired levels. Computer-savvy with excellent math skills. Seeking opportunities for advancement while facilitating company growth.

  • Supplies inventory
  • Microsoft word
  • Reorder procedures
  • Purchasing management
  • Records oversight
  • Strategic Planning
  • Accounting Maintenance
  • Forklift trained
  • Vendor relations skills
  • Data entry
  • Report preparation
  • Tracking inventory levels and orders
  • ERP requisition management
  • Multitasking
  • Strong written and verbal skills
  • Team management
  • Analyze budgets
  • Training & development
  • Conflict resolution
  • Financial management and reporting
  • Systems and automation applications
  • Contract development and management
  • Excel
  • Knowledge of DOD polices and procedures
  • Retail supply systems
  • Inventory and supply logistics
  • Warehouse management
  • Provision skills
  • Materials management
  • Production planning and control
  • Barcoding
  • Product lifecycle management
  • Procurement
  • Quality management
  • Organizational skills
  • Safety and security regulations
  • Secret Security Clearance in JPASS
10/2021 to Current General Supply Specialist GS-2001 9/Grade 11 Representative Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. | Annapolis Junction, MD,

40 hrs. per wk. $54, 757

Supervisor: William J. U. Bryant 478-957-0506 resumesample@example.coml

Manage and maintain over 15,000 inventory records.

  • Maintain accurate records and provide traceability of documentation by applying required inventory management accounting and control systems.
  • Prepare reports and submit them as required by my Chief.
  • Prepares provisioning documentation for the Supply manager.
  • Serves as the Accountable Property Officer (APO) and manages both Capital and non-capital equipment assets.
  • Performs analytical work in managing, regulating, coordinating, or otherwise exercising control over accountable equipment.
  • Provides assistance as required for the real property program.
  • Coordinates, task, train and evaluate subordinates in work policies and procedures.
  • Track data to forecast requirements and determine appropriate reorder points for optimal inventory levels.
  • Facilitates Accountable Property Audit Readiness efforts.
  • Creates and monitors capital projects for accountability and depreciation.
  • Writes procedures used to train subordinate personnel.
  • Reviews and interprets new and established directives, instructions, regulations, and delegations of authority for potential impact on program objectives, operating policies, work operations and progress.
  • Utilizes automated data management systems and methodologies to support functional area workload
  • Maintains widely used functional area computer applications to satisfy needs of end-users (e.g. analysis, data management
  • Serves as the primary interface for assigned functional area with supporting technical systems organizations and other functional area systems experts.
  • Provide advice, guidance, and/or instructions to lower graded General Supply Specialists including on the job training.
  • Assists higher level supply specialists in maintaining dollar value records and hand receipt accounts, conducting inventories, coordinating with other agencies to obtain supplies/services and determining future supply requirements for the Air Force Base.
08/2009 to 09/2021 Supply Technician University Of South Carolina | Union, SC,

40 hrs. per wk. $50,465.00 per yr.

Supervisor: MAJ. Kirsten Bergman, (931) 220-4797, Contact: Yes

  • Served as the supply technician for Georgia Military College and Mercer University and the primary Hand Receipt Holder for both schools.
  • Served government purchase cardholders, initiated and processed local purchases, pay accounts for purchased items and process vendor bills, and set up purchasing contracts
  • Responsible for property valued in excess of $900,000.
  • Provided supply support for ROTC program partnership schools, identifying, initiating, planning, and executing the supply program for the host universities.
  • Coordinated the internal supply section with other sections.
  • Conducted extensive and exhaustive searches for information needed to provide responsive logistic operations support for logistics management utilizing software applications (e.g. GCSS-A), and Cadet Command-unique software (e.g., CCIMS).
  • Ability to utilize Microsoft software applications to prepare Army-mandated reports, correspondence for higher headquarters, spreadsheets containing inventory management data, perform database queries, and prepare acquisition packets for ultimate review at HQ, US Army Cadet Command.
  • Knowledge of university-specific systems and software to maintain continuity of operations by troubleshooting army/university network/program issues pending brigade S6 or university IT assistance.
  • Maintained accurate accounting and reporting systems for nonexpendable property and perform routine phases of property management.

Logistics and Supply Support:

  • Served as the logistics representative in the areas of management, budget, and logistics.
  • Provided staff assistance in supply and logistics management and serve as the accountable property officer, with delegated signature authority for 50 line items in various commodity classes.
  • Approved requests for locally procured items and advise the Professor of Military Science and ROTC instructors on supply problems.
  • Provided direct assistance and detailed information to resolve each issue.
  • Initiated and processed requisitions, purchase requests, reports of survey, cash collection vouchers, statement of charges, inventory adjustment reports, equipment status reports, acquisition reports, material readiness, and other reports required by higher headquarters.
  • Provided support for acquiring, issuing, collecting, and maintaining hand receipts for cadets.
  • Utilized analytical skills and evaluative techniques for the assessment and improvement of logistics to enhance the quality and effectiveness of associated programs.

Inventory Management and Control:

  • Protected supplies and equipment from loss, ensuring the protection and integrity of the accounts and records.
  • Applied knowledge and operational expertise in the areas of supply, transportation, equipment management, and procurement to the management of supply and equipment budget, ensuring adherence to budget.
  • Tracked obligations, ensured expenditures did not exceed funding commitments and recommended changes for increases or decreases in funding.
  • Maintained property accountability, including physical inventories and resolution of inventory discrepancies.
  • Received incoming shipments, verified items received against shipping documents, and signed for receipt after counting and conformation.
  • Stored items according to stock number and nomenclature or for ease of issue and determine optimum space utilization.
  • Conducted annual inventories of supplies and equipment and initiate actions to correct errors.

Operations and Support Functions:

  • Prepared procedural performance standards for subordinates and made formal appraisals of their work performance guides and directives for use by cadets and generated correspondence regarding supply allowances and similar matters concerning overall operations and policy.
  • Maintained contact with operating personnel and other responsible officials and served as primary point of contact for higher headquarters on disseminating information on equipment, clothing, changes, and the impact of supply actions.
  • Attended conferences and meetings on supply and logistical matters with higher headquarters and others.
  • Provided physical security and ammunition control over unit arms, ammunition, and equipment and instruct cadets in proper maintenance of small arms.
  • Issued and accounted for small arms and ammunition and ensured the arms room was maintained according to applicable regulations.
  • Maintained detachment key control register for university and detachment keys personnel.

Administrative Activities and Reporting:

  • Prepared a variety of recurring reports such as equipment status report, maternal readiness report, equipment dispatch report, and vehicle utilization reports.
  • Established and maintained records to ensure the timely scheduling of equipment and arranged for repair of equipment, prepared work order or purchase request as appropriate.
  • Developed and recommended changes to existing programs and policies, reviewed new or changed policies and regulations affecting supply and property management activities and assist in the development of new or changed internal procedures, implementation such changes when appropriate.
  • Utilized various Microsoft software to prepare documents involving supply transactions, reports, technical papers, and correspondence.
03/2004 to 08/2009 Lead Supply/Supply Logistics Specialist United States (U.S.) Army | City, STATE,

40 hrs. per wk., $41,000 per yr.

Supervisor: MAJ Eddie Brown, 314-781-6410, Contact: Yes

  • Governed DoD/Army, GSA, and other Federal agency supply, inventory management, storage, maintenance, transportation/shipping, and safety regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Planned and executed a logistics support program for the Task Force structure.
  • Assigned work to individual workers by verbal or written instructions.
  • Executed workflow charts, work schedules policies, and (SOP) standard operation procedures for 3 subordinate workers.
  • Performed shipping and storage requirements for the 9 classes of supply, particularly Class I (rations/MRE), Class II (uniforms and clothing), Class III (POL), and Class V (training ammunition).
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations covering safe storage, use, and disposal of hazardous materials, OSHA compliance, and understanding/interpretation and posting of material safety data sheets (MSDS).

Logistics and Supply Support:

  • Executed day-to-day functions, including requesting, exchanging, issuing, recovering, and turning in personnel clothing in accordance with current directives.
  • Supervised subordinate workers.
  • Oversaw stock record/warehouse functions pertaining to receipt, storage, distribution, and issue and maintained equipment records and parts.
  • Established and maintained stock records and other documents, such as inventory, material control, accounting, and supply reports.
  • Established and maintained automated and manual accounting records, posted receipts and turn-ins, and performed dues-ins and dues-outs accounting.
  • Corrected error and exception documents and reviewed and verified quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests, and shipping documents.
  • Addressed all suspense’s and directives, accounted for OCIE items hand-receipts to the unit by issue and turn-in and maintained 100% accountability of government funds.
  • Accounted for $3M of government equipment.

Supply and Material Control:

  • Unloaded, unpacked, visually inspected, and counted, segregated, pelletized, and stored incoming supplies and equipment.
  • Maintained stock locator system and administered document control procedures.
  • Received, requested, inspected, inventoried, loaded, unloaded, segregated, stored, issued, delivered, and turned in organization and installation supplies and equipment required and directed by the Property Book Officer.
  • Participated in packing, crating, stenciling, weighing, and banding equipment and supplies and operated material-handling equipment to store items in bins, shelves, and other storage areas.
  • Processed requests and turn-in documents at direct support level through the warehousing section and processed inventories, surveys, and warehousing documents.
  • Performed prescribed load list and shop stock list duties, utilized automated supply applications.
  • Initiated cyclic and sensitive item inventory counts by Hand Receipts Holders and forwarded report up to Battalion Supply Sergeant.
  • Secured and controlled weapons and ammunition in secure areas and ensured physical security program was implemented and executed.

Administrative and Information Support:

  • Provided high-level administrative support, handled information requests, and performed office management functions to ensure effective operations utilized word-processing, spreadsheets, and automated network systems to document, file, and record supply management actions.
  • Applied office procedures and terminology to support strategic planning, resource allocation, production actions, and personnel development.
  • Researched, prepared, and presented reports, briefings, and information and made recommendations on operational status and process improvements.
  • Prepared, annotated, and distributed shipping documents, prepared all unit/organizational supply documents, and maintained Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced System for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
03/2002 to 03/2004 Supply Specialist U.S. Army Active Duty | City, STATE,

40 hrs. per wk. $36,500

Supervisor: SFC Mackie Davis, XXX-520-6598, OK to Contact: Yes

  • Managed supply support activities to ensure the readiness of supported units and performed as a liaison between supply units and supported division units.

Logistics and Supply Support:

  • Oversaw the integration of supply, transportation, and support services an accounted for supplies and equipment.
  • Exercised and applied thorough knowledge of the policies, systems, regulations, and procedures for management and control of inventory.
  • Forecasted and regulated the flow of support materials and general supplies utilizing the Unit Level Logistics System (ULLS-S4) according to anticipated requirements.
  • Received, stored, and issued materials and parts, counted stock items, and recorded data manually and by using computer systems.
  • Performed requisition, receipt, issue, and storage of spare and repair parts to support vehicle maintenance operations.
  • Prepared, initiated, and submitted requests for highpriority items and maintained corresponding document registers.

Warehouse Functions:

  • Unpacked items for stocking and stored items in an orderly and accessible manner in the warehouse and other storage areas.
  • Marked items using identification tags, stamps, marking equipment, and other labeling equipment.
  • Determined proper storage methods, identification, and stock location based on turnover, environmental factors, and physical capabilities of facilities.
  • Examined and inspected items for defects, shelf-life expiration, and spoilage and reported any losses to supervisors.
  • Maintained inventory records, compiled associated reports, and kept records on the use and/or damage of inventory items or material handling equipment.
  • Performed a variety of supply management activities, including organizing, requesting, receiving, storage, issuing, transporting, and accounting for supplies and equipment and advised on the status of maintenance and supply support and problems.

Operations and Support Planning:

  • Reviewed and analyzed supply demands and collaborated with associates and management to develop supply support plans for sustainment of supply inventories.
  • Participated in the development of long- and short-range support plans and planned and coordinated supply support and transportation.
  • Utilized computerized automation equipment and associated software applications to access supply systems data and information, produce status reports, and develop resource information.
  • Participated in developing automation Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to improve overall effectiveness.
  • Posted transactions to inventory databases and generated inventory transaction documents.
Education and Training
Expected in 09/2020 BBA | Bachelor of Business Administration With Concentrat TUI University, Cypress, CA, GPA:

Army Achievement Medal 2007; Army Commendation Medal 2004; National Defense Service Medal 2004; Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal 2004; Armed Forces Reserve Medal with M Device 2004; Army Service Ribbon 2004; Army Lapel Button 2004; Sharpshooter Badge (Rifle) 2004

Additional Information

Professional Training: Unit Supply Specialist Phase II (2 wks.) 04/04/2008; Unit Supply Specialist Phase I (2 wks.) 03/22/2008; Automated Logistics Specialist Course (10 wks.) 03/06/2002

Computer Expertise: Microsoft (MS) Windows Operating Systems; MS software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet Explorer); Standard Automated Supply System (SAMS); Unit Level Logistics SystemGround (ULLS-G); PBUSE System


Hazardous Material Handler Certification; USAUER Certification-IAW 190-23

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Your data is safe with us

Any information uploaded, such as a resume, or input by the user is owned solely by the user, not LiveCareer. For further information, please visit our Terms of Use.

Resume Overview

School Attended

  • TUI University

Job Titles Held:

  • General Supply Specialist GS-2001 9/Grade 11 Representative
  • Supply Technician
  • Lead Supply/Supply Logistics Specialist
  • Supply Specialist


  • BBA

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

*As seen in:As seen in: