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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Self-motivated proficient individual with over 20 years of logistics management experience gathered through civilian and military training.   

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Core Qualifications
  • goal oriented
  • production professional
  • highly ethical
  • policy driven
Education
Bakersfield High School , Expected in 1980 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Ashford University , Expected in 2012 Military school andTraining Senior Leadership Course 2011 Army Basic Instructor Couse 2011 Combat Life Saver Course 2009 Equal Opportunity Leaders Course 2009 Wheel Vehicle Mechanic Camp, Shelby 2008 Unit Movement Officer Course, Camp Robinson 2008 Unit Prevention Leader, Camp Atterbury 2008 Automated Logistical Course, Ft. Lee 2007 German Headstart 1989 Primary Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course, Ft. Lee 1987 Unit Supply Course, Ft. Jackson 1986 Leadership Course 1983 Military Police Course, Ft. McClellan, AL 1980 : Business Administration - GPA : Business Administration
Experience
HONDA - Honda Manufacturing Associate
City, STATE, 03/2003 - 02/2015
  • Hours per week: 40.
  • Assembles fabricated parts at floor stations.
  • Tests and calibrates parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product specifications.
  • Uses hand tools and power tools to assemble units according to product specifications.
  • Identifies units that fail tests or tolerance levels and repairs as necessary.
  • This position requires that I bend, stoop and lift heavy parts up to 50lbs.
  • I am a self-starter.
  • I helped assist other higher graded employee to get a feel of what they are doing to gain the experience.
  • I cleaned, identify and inspect parts before shipping them to assembly.
  • I volunteered to work in any area where help is needed.
  • Receives, stores, and inventories items.
  • I check incoming shipments of stock by comparing item names and identification numbers with receiving reports, and by opening, counting, and visually checking contents of containers.
  • Report averages, shortages, or damaged items.
  • Stores items in established locations, and sets up specific locations for new items, considering such factors as the use, size, shape, weight, and similar nomenclature of items.
  • Tags locations and enters names, quantities, and locations of stock onto locator records.
  • I conduct inventories by counting items on hand, searching bins for missing items, and taking recounts as necessary and coordinating with supervisor.
  • I am more than qualified to be able to stand, bend, lift parts, paint and assemble for a long period of time with no problems.
  • Responsible to provide high quality merchandise assembly, installation, and service work at customer locations.
  • Assemble all products according to manufacturer's directions and specifications.
  • Communicate with Area Manager at the beginning and end of each shift.
  • Use time clock as required to record time.
  • Check in with appropriate contact at customer location.
  • Check for work lists left by the local Area Manager.
  • Complete work tasks as indicated by the work list or customer.
  • Complete repairs as necessary.
  • Order parts using the on line order system.
  • Work in a safe and clean manner.
  • Be aware of other customers in the area.
  • Stage assembled product in a neat and orderly fashion.
  • Dispose of trash as dictated by the customer.
  • Fill out necessary information for billing purposes.
  • Other duties and/or tasks may be assigned on an as needed basis.
  • Required availability including evenings, weekends, and holidays.
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Ability to reach and maintain prescribed productivity levels for assembly.
900th Conponet Repair Company - Detactment Sergeant
City, STATE, 02/1998 - Present
  • Over 26 years of progressive responsibility and achievement in the U.
  • S.
  • Military As a Supply Sergeant for the United States Army, my responsibilities were multi-task oriented and included the following.
  • As an instructor of St.
  • Bonaventure University, I taught supplies security and military tactics.
  • This responsibility required that I inspire high motivation and enthusiasm in my students.
  • I also worked as a liaison between the Military and the University to recruit students into the program.
  • I successfully supervised ten troops for warehouse work where I organized and maintained supply stocks.
  • Primary advisor in tactical operations, personnel management and leadership development for a multi-faceted department consisting of Soldiers, NCO's and Officers.
  • Provided administrative assistance.
  • Assisted in the planning, coordinating and executing of inactivating the Theatre Signal Command and relocating their assets without loss of equipment or personnel.
  • Advisor for all supply procedures, transactions, supply accountability, supply economy and Table of Allowance (TDA) in support of equipment authorization and mission requirements for program of instructions (POIs) for training and development required to support communication requirement.
  • Property manager for property books for the Command's equipment and training aids, devices, simulators and simulation property in excess of $2 million dollars.
  • Duties in performance of daily routine of managing and maintaining perpetual inventory records of non-expendable and expendable property within PBUSE.
  • Validated and track request utilizing Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW).
  • Validated TDA documentation against Unit Equipment Readiness Listing (USR) required as a monthly report to higher by a specified date.
  • Provided guidance, information and assistance to properly request, store and account for supplies and equipment to include hazardous material.
  • Served as the point of contact with the Installation property book office in all applicable supply transactions which affect the property book to include MTOE/TDA authorization documents, turn-in lateral transfers, and disposition of excess and unserviceable equipment and shipping and receiving requirement IAW applicable external standard operating procedures (SOPs).
  • Supervised the management and operation of office equipment and sensitive items valued at $2 million dollars.
  • In this position as a Suply Sergeant, I was.
  • responsible for the moral, order and discipline of employees.
  • Supervised warehouse operations which included packing, loading, unloading, operation of hand held scanner, segregation, palletizing equipment/supplies on warehouse racks, marking shipment containers for Material Release Orders (MROs), and operating forklift and other material handling equipment.
  • Led personnel in training on a broad range of topics across the logistics spectrum including, customer support, acquisition milestone management, quality assurance, critical parts management, readiness statistical analysis, availability and state of repair of equipment, break-down rates, replacement / repair and turn-around time.
  • Planned stockage level requirements for stockage and control based on accumulation of demand data.
  • Controlled management of operational float stocks to ensure compliance with Army policies.
  • Inspected supported units to ensure stockage levels do not exceed prescribed levels.
  • Provided technical guidance to personnel of supported units in order to assist, establish and maintain adequate stockage levels for mission accomplishment.
  • Conducted periodic inventories of stockage supply items, conducted causative research of discrepancies and initiated corrections as required.
  • Maintained a 98% efficiency rating for the Supply Support Activity, exceeding the Department of the Army standard for six consecutive months.
  • Conducted Authorized Stockage List (ASL) review with 100% accuracy for lines of major end item and communication and electronic equipment.
  • Coordinated the flow of information within the support operation section ensuring personnel have the situational awareness of logistic and tactical posture.
  • Supervised the operation and control of movement of personnel and cargo by air, rail, motor transport and water; prepared and distributed reports of operations.
  • Tasked, coordinated and set priorities for assigned personnel.
  • Approved reports, correspondence, interviewed, recommended selection and placement of new employees, prepared performance appraisals, counseled employees and coordinated personnel actions with pertinent personnel office.
  • Assessed and evaluated real potential logistic problems, identified cause and took action on own initiative within the logistic support network at all levels and resolved problems.
  • Provided or arranged for logistic advice and assistance for all levels in resolving problems in the logistic areas of plans, doctrine, training, personnel, supply, maintenance and transportation.
  • Researched, assessed and evaluated readiness posture data and ascertained problem situations.
  • Determined needs for and planned detailed assessments of logistics situations which adversely affected readiness.
  • Analyzed and evaluated assessments and prepared final reports for the Commander and supported commanders and the organization, which defined findings, problems, resolutions and actions required.
  • Took part, followed through and ensured that all corrective actions were completed.
  • Responsible for receiving and routing repair parts in support of ongoing maintenance operations.
  • Ensured repair parts were properly expedited based on urgency of need.
  • Ensured data was properly entered into supply system program for inventory, receipts, transfer orders and scrap.
  • Ensured materials were properly routed for repair, modification, conversion, and testing.
  • Developed and updated the Battalion's Tactical Operations Procedures to provide a standard working tool used to document routine quality system management and technical activities.
  • Coordinated the flow of information within the support operation section ensuring personnel have the situational awareness of logistic and tactical posture.
  • Supervised the operation and control of movement of personnel and cargo by air, rail, motor transport and water; prepared and distributed reports of operations.
  • Tasked, coordinated and set priorities for assigned personnel.
  • Approved reports, correspondence, interviewed, recommended selection and placement of new employees, prepared performance appraisals, counseled employees and coordinated personnel actions with pertinent personnel office.
Professional Affiliations
United States Army
Honda Manufacture of Alabama
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Interests
KU-LIB-MDL (Saudi Arabia) (SAKULIBM) KU-LIB-MDL (Kuwait) (KUWAIT) Combat Action Badge (CAB) Driver and Mechanic Badge W/Driver-Wheeled Vehicle(s) Clasp (DMB-DWV) other information MOS: 91X, 92Y, 92A, 31B Security Clearance: YES Present Assignment: Detactment Sergeant 158th Support Maintenance Company, Alabama Army National Guard, Tallassee, Al Enlisted Service: Mobilized 1991 Desert Storm-2009 Operation Iraq Freedom Total Years of Service: 24 years
Skills
administrative, Army, Basic, billing, book, Budget, communication skills, Excellent interpersonal skills, community relations, conversion, Excellent customer service, customer support, documentation, fashion, forklift, German, government, hand tools, inspect, Instructor, inventory, Leadership, leadership development, Regulatory Compliance, Logistics, managing, materials, Mechanic, office, 98, neat, network, office equipment, organizational, paint, performance appraisals, personnel, personnel management, Police, policies, power tools, processes, Process Improvement, quality, quality assurance, receiving, repairs, requirement, research, routing, scanner, self-starter, shipping, simulation, statistical analysis, supervisor, TDA, Theatre, transportation
Additional Information
  • state & united states army decorations/badges National State Emergency Medal Army Commendation Medal (ARCOM), 4th AWD Army Achievement Medal (AAM), 3rd AWD Army Good Conduct Medal (AGCM) 4th AWD National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Star (NDSMB) South West Asia Service Medal with Three (3) Bronze Service Star (SWASM3B) Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (GWOTSM) Iraq Campaign Medal W/ Campaign Star (ICM-CS) Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon 3rd AWD (NOPDR) Army Service Ribbon (ASR) Overseas Service Ribbon (OSR) 5th AWD Armed Forces Reserve Medal W/M Device (AFRMM) KU-LIB-MDL (Saudi Arabia) (SAKULIBM) KU-LIB-MDL (Kuwait) (KUWAIT) Combat Action Badge (CAB) Driver and Mechanic Badge W/Driver-Wheeled Vehicle(s) Clasp (DMB-DWV) other information MOS: 91X, 92Y, 92A, 31B Security Clearance: YES Present Assignment: Detactment Sergeant 158th Support Maintenance Company, Alabama Army National Guard, Tallassee, Al Enlisted Service: Mobilized 1991 Desert Storm-2009 Operation Iraq Freedom Total Years of Service: 24 years

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School Attended

  • Bakersfield High School
  • Ashford University

Job Titles Held:

  • Honda Manufacturing Associate
  • Detactment Sergeant

Degrees

  • High School Diploma
  • Military school andTraining Senior Leadership Course 2011 Army Basic Instructor Couse 2011 Combat Life Saver Course 2009 Equal Opportunity Leaders Course 2009 Wheel Vehicle Mechanic Camp, Shelby 2008 Unit Movement Officer Course, Camp Robinson 2008 Unit Prevention Leader, Camp Atterbury 2008 Automated Logistical Course, Ft. Lee 2007 German Headstart 1989 Primary Basic Noncommissioned Officers Course, Ft. Lee 1987 Unit Supply Course, Ft. Jackson 1986 Leadership Course 1983 Military Police Course, Ft. McClellan, AL 1980

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