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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary
Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.
Highlights
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Experience
10/2013 to Present Inventory Management Specialist Department Of The Interior | Ashford, WA, United States
  • Supervisor: Laurie Catalano - 586-282-9264; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: GS - 2010 - 12 Salary: $81,386.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: Performs technical, intensive, integrated management of TACOM Secondary items by implementing life cycle logistics priorities to accomplish goals.
  • Management is at the National Inventory Control Point level with system-wide, CONUS and OCONUS impact.
  • An extraordinary degree of management intensity is typified by the following characteristics: secondary items typically require close control of inventories through complex supply chain management utilizing the Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) along with supply chain management strategies and a variety of skill sets.
  • Those skills are exemplified by the following: Presentation of supply control studies or Material Requirements Planning (MRP) to top management officials at TACOM and requiring close coordination with project managers, contracting specialist and customers.
  • Providing consultation at IPR meetings for both Depot and National Maintenance repair programs.
  • Exhibiting interpersonal communication skills during ILSC leadership briefing at the PSID Director level and the ILSC Deputy Director level.
  • I have briefed the R&S Director and the PSID Director on multi-million dollar buys and repair program requirements.
  • Serving as the principle point of contact for high dollar items like the transmission I am required to present supply strategies that keep this item on schedule.
  • I have represented the R&S Directorate in briefing the ILSC Deputy Director on critical items.
  • The 200 amp generator was incurring non mission cable (NMC) backorders due to the vendor going out of business.
  • I initiated a harvesting program and a long term contract to elevate the NMCS backorders.
  • I presented my plan of action and get well date to the Deputy Director.
  • Final result was ending vehicles on the 026 report for generators.
  • Coordinating with Equipment Specialist, Publications and Provisioning with the development of items like the TACOM Life Cycle Management Command publication for the Generator, Alternating Current, and 200 Amperes repair manual.
  • This manual is needed to start a repair program for a generator from a new vendor.
  • The result will be multiple sources of supply for the generator family.
  • Due to high procurement cost a new contract could not be awarded for the shift controller.
  • I coordinated with Engineering on doing market research to find a new vendor for the shift controller.
  • Coordinated with TARDEC engineers to get technical data packages (TDP) and engineering change proposals (ECP).
  • I initiated a matrix meeting with engineering, procurement, maintenance, provisioning and acquisition to get the new shifter in the system at a cost savings of $500.00 per unit.
  • The overhaul cost on X-200 -4A transmission repair program incurred a price increase year over year.
  • I took proactive actions in mitigating costs on this depot overhaul program.
  • I established regular conference calls with Anniston Army Depot (ANAD) transmission team and M113 equipment specialists to get a new hydrostatic steering unit (HSU) test stand certified for operation.
  • The completed validation and verification allows the new test stand to be utilized in testing all X-200 - 4A transmission HSU's being repaired at ANAD.
  • The test stand negates the need to buy new HSU's and saves the government $600,000 annually.
  • When ANAD informed me that the Fan Tower repair program was in danger of a line stoppage due to the unavailability of a down part I found a solution.
  • I coordinated with the equipment specialist to get deviation waivers to cover long lead times on down parts for the Fan Tower repair program.
  • The waiver allowed the depot to inspect and replace the gear box.
  • This resulted in the program staying on schedule.
  • Demonstrating the foresight to reduce cost and improve the supply chain lead to participating in a continuous improvement project.
  • It was a value engineering project on the 200 amp generator overhaul program at ANAD; Reference #: SG00394.
  • The resulting financial benefit was $189,956.16 cost savings.
  • This project involved making the Prestolite generator repairable again after the manufacturer stopped supplying the mandatory circuit card.
  • I did extensive market research to find another vendor that could supply the circuit card.
  • The Secondary items are critical to mission use (active duty/deployed units and training units).
  • Some assigned duties for secondary items include requirements computation, provisioning data validation, rebuild and disposal direction, disposition instructions, funds forecasting and procurement.
  • Completing APO demand planning and R/3 material requirements planning on a monthly basis in order to forecast for secondary item requirements; completing all necessary database notation and/or paperwork related to concurred supply actions and forwarding to upper management personnel for review and approval.
  • Create and submit purchase requisitions to procure assets as needed based off of consumption rates to maintain stock availability rating above the minimum percentage readiness goal.
  • Communicate regularly with contracting specialist regarding award status of committed purchase requisitions and the status of item delivery of processed purchase orders.
  • Worked extensively with Acquisitions to implement a long term contract for the 200 amp generator.
  • Spearheaded cross organizational meetings to resolve constraints delaying the award of critical contracts.
  • Communicate with equipment specialists on inventory issues regarding technical specifications and material provisioners on the status of item code changes.
  • As a Subject Matter Expert (SME) initiated and monitored repair programs for the transmission, generator and fan tower for the M113 FOV.
  • Provided forecasts to IBO for Depot repair requirements for transmissions, generators and fan tower.
  • Completes situational item management tasks for customers and other Commands/Offices as assigned.
  • Responds to all customer requirements in a timely manner with a resolution to the requirement or a timetable as to when the requirement will be satisfied.
  • Prioritizes routine work and Taskers based off of time needed for completion, suspense dates and level of urgency.
  • Communicates with Team Members regularly on alternate methods to perform our roles (Ex.
  • Suggests different database tools to use, provides documentation or POCs for certain issues as they are presented.
  • Meets suspense dates for all assigned routine work as well as taskers.
  • Regularly informs Team Leader and Supervisor of all pertinent issues.
  • Adheres to policies and regulations in relation to any proposed supply actions such as procurement, disposal, and disposition instructions.
  • Completes Overdue Obligation Plan Taskers.
  • Completes Dormant Stock Taskers by either disposing of stock or moving stock to an alternate storage location in efforts to reduce storage expense in locations where available storage space for actively utilized materiel is minimal.
  • Completes STO/Excess Retrograde Taskers (DOL, SWA, Dormant Stock, etc.) in order to manage current available stock to determine whether it is logistically efficient to retain stock for demands, versus disposing of stock to account for storage/shipping cost savings.
  • Completes OPS 29 taskers to forecast budget requirements.
  • Validate data elements (item coding, POitems, CusOrds, DepReqs, PloRels, etc.) in LMP to ensure that the correct supply recommendations are yielded.
  • Works backorders (ZSDBO and VA05) to ensure that stock availability rating does not fall below the minimum percentage readiness goal.
  • Completes annual Pricing and Credit Tasker to validate/clarify costs for secondary items via the utilization of bucket codes.
  • Supplies additional information to AWCF representatives as necessary on items that are ranked high for price increases.
  • Coordinated asset harvesting plan with M113 Major Item Manager to provide critical assets to fill demands for NTC training missions.
  • This effort provided a path forward in regards to meeting current customer demands for shift controllers and generators due to prolonged procurement lead times.
  • Actions resulted in customers being able to complete their mission.
  • Programs and applications used in performing duties: Logistics Information Warehouse, Obligation Plan Tracking System, Logistics Modernization Program (Supply Chain Planning and Acquisition transactions), FED LOG, Defense Logistics Agency Transaction Services, Webdesk, TACOM-Unique Logistics Support Applications (TULSA), AWCF Prioritization and Authorization System (APAS).
10/2011 to 10/2013 Inventory Management Specialist Department Of The Interior | Athens, GA, United States
  • Supervisor: Diane Francis Pay Grade: GS - 2010 - 11 Salary: $62,401.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: Inventory Management Specialist execute integrated logistic policies in the area of supply.
  • This involves developing logistic plans to assure integration of logistic functions in the support of assigned assets and projects.
  • In this position I successfully managed the X100 and X200 transmission down parts for the M113 family of vehicles.
  • As well as managing other wholesale assets at the National level.
  • Developing supply strategies to improve readiness.
  • I was also given the additional responsibility of managing the Final Drive Assembly which has a repair program.
  • Managing this repair program at the Depot level and National Maintenance level required monitoring what was inducted, scrapped and assembled.
  • I coordinated with equipment specialist on scopes of work and National Maintenance Work Requirement (NMWR).
  • On a daily basis, I utilized the Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) to perform a variety of supply chain planning functions.
  • I assessed the ZSDBO transaction to view and release blocked orders daily.
  • During the first half of the month I analyzed my NIIN's in the APO application of LMP, Planning Book.
  • In the Planning Book I validated historical demand key figures using the ZDPAPO transaction in R3.
  • I also validated the historical returns using the ZDPAPO_RTNS transaction in R3.
  • Forecast demands were adjusted to accurately reflect current demand.
  • Also, after the 15th of the month, MRP recommendations were evaluated in the MD06 transaction.
  • Based on that data, I determined if it was necessary to concur with the MRP recommendations to reschedule in, reschedule out, buy or repair.
  • When procurement action was required, I utilized the ME51 transaction to process a PADDS requisition.
  • Other duties included processing stock transport orders (ZDEW) using the VA01 transaction in LMP to move inventory between depots efficiently.
  • In addition, I used the VA01 transaction to process disposal orders (ZDRM).
  • I also accessed the Enterprise Data Warehouse in LMP to pull lines of balances on my NIIN's.
  • I routinely coordinated with the Material Master Cell to update item data such as erroneous due-ins and plant extensions.
  • On a quarterly basis I managed the Budget Stratification process in the BW application of LMP.
  • I also effectively responded to various communications from Soldiers and Buyers in requesting procurement actions, delivery and stock status, and disposal and transfers of assets.
  • Additional computer skills consist of LMP, ARTIS, AEPS, LIW, FEDLOG, ALAM, i2 LOG.
  • I continued to enhance my skills and knowledge in the supply management field by attending workshops and classes related to Inventory Management and LMP.
10/2010 to 10/2011 Inventory Management Specialist Department Of The Interior | Augusta, ME, United States
  • Supervisor: Diane Francis - 586-467-6457; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: GS - 2010 - 9 Salary: $51,576.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: As a secondary item manager for the M113 Mobility Group, I successfully managed the down parts for the X100, X200-4 and X200-4A transmissions.
  • Managing the life cycle support of these commodities for the M113 FOV to sustain war fighting readiness.
  • On a daily basis I utilized the Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) to perform a variety of supply chain planning functions.
  • I assessed the ZSDBO transaction to view and release blocked orders daily.
  • During the first half of the month, I analyzed my NIIN's in the APO application of LMP, Planning Book.
  • In the Planning Book I validated historical demand key figures using the ZDPAPO transaction in R3.
  • I also validated the historical returns using the ZDPAPO_RTNS transaction in R3.
  • Forecast demands were adjusted to accurately reflect current demand.
  • Also after the 15th of the month MRP recommendations were evaluated in the MD06 transaction.
  • Based on the data, I determined if it was necessary to concur with the MRP recommendations to reschedule in, reschedule out, buy or repair.
  • If a procurement was required, I used the ME51 transaction to process a PADDS requisition.
  • As the principal point of contact for transmission down parts I provided direction for acquisition and life cycle logistics strategies for supply.
  • I coordinated often with maintenance personnel on scopes of work for depot cost estimates for repair programs.
  • Other duties included processing stock transport orders (ZDEW) using the VA01 transaction in LMP to move inventory between depots efficiently.
  • In addition, I used the VA01 transaction to process disposal orders (ZDRM).
  • I also accessed the Enterprise Data Warehouse in LMP to pull lines of balances on my NIIN's.
  • I routinely coordinated with the Material Master Cell to update item data such as erroneous due-ins and plant extensions.
  • On a quarterly basis I managed the Budget Stratification process in the BW application of LMP.
  • I also effectively responded to various communications from Soldiers and Buyers in requesting procurement actions, delivery and stock status, and disposal and transfers of assets.
  • Additional computer skills consisted of ARTIS, AEPS, LIW, FEDLOG, ALAM, i2 LOG.
  • I continued to enhance my skills and knowledge in the supply management field by attending workshops and classes related to Inventory Management and LMP.
10/2009 to 10/2010 Inventory Management Specialist Department Of The Interior | Bell City, LA, United States
  • Supervisor: Diane Francis - 586-467-6457; Contact: Yes Pay Grade: GS - 2010 - 7 Salary: $42,165.00 per year Hours per week: 40 Duties: As a secondary item manager for the M113 Mobility Group I managed 72 items consisting of transmission down parts.
  • I performed monthly analysis of these items using the OLS application.
  • I successfully and promptly responded to various communications from Soldiers and Buyers in regards to stock status.
  • I also annotated copious notes in the system detailing my analysis and course of action.
  • On a quarterly basis, I examined items in the STROLS application for budget stratification.
  • Additionally, I utilized RAPASES in determining the prudence of initiating repair programs.
  • I inputted procurement PRONS as needed to replenish stock.
  • I also submitted several DEMIL Challenges.
  • I effectively organized data and updated Power Point slides to assist the Team Leader with a Green Belt Project on Parts Explosion.
  • I used the following computer programs and applications to assist in my supply chain management duties: ARTIS, AEPS, LIW, EPIC, ALAM and NSNMDR.
01/2009 to 10/2009 Metrics Analyst Radancy | Glyndon, MD, United States
  • Supervisor: Kristi Hawley - 313-665-4017; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $58,000.00 per year.
  • Hours per week: 40.
  • Duties: I administered and controlled all finished vehicle routing functions.
  • This entailed entering approved route requests into the vehicle tracking and payment system (SUN-VTIMS), coordinating and documenting routing requests and approvals submitted by General Motors and service providers, monitoring and analyzing incoming route requests to ensure compatibility with the network using VTIMS and SUN-VTIMS systems, querying the SUN-VTIMS database to update mass routing, distributing route change letters to specified plant, rail, haulaway, and General Motors personnel, distributing daily route changes to General Motors personnel, and distributing weekly route changes to General Motors Finance.
  • I also downloaded files from EDS-ELIT website and uploaded them into the Daily Operations Reports database to generate reports.
  • I generated internal and external reports and distributed them to General Motors and service provider personnel.
  • I updated and modified information in Operations Pipeline Access database to reflect current target inventories for Vehicle Distribution Centers and Assembly Centers, and added new Vehicle Distribution Center and Assembly Center information and updated carrier information.
  • I updated Daily Operations Pipeline to include new Vehicle Distribution Center and Assembly Center information and General Motors overtime/downtime.
  • I also updated the reports distribution database to add/delete contacts and updated transit time duration in the SUN-VTIMS system.
  • I created ad-hoc reports based on requests from Operations and Field Operations personnel.
08/2008 to 01/2009 Freight Bill Audit Analyst General Motors | Arlington, TX, United States
  • Supervisor: Jay Hepp - 586-492-8841; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $58,000.00 per year.
  • Hours per week: 40.
  • Duties: I managed the heavy haul audit.
  • This entailed ensuring that Pittsburgh Logistics did not single source shipments and award business to the lowest bidder.
  • I also managed the container shipping bid process and award audit.
  • I managed and conducted analytical reviews of the contractor documents related to assigned programs.
  • Artisian Logistics handled the container bids and I ensured that General Motors received the best price on the container shipments.
  • Along with those duties I was also the small package customer account number manager.
  • I managed and maintained databases of account numbers of our service providers, Federal Express, DHL and UPS.
  • I was the single point of contact for FedEx and Small Package Billing and worked closely with plant personal to ensure materials arrive on time and carriers/suppliers were billing correctly and paid correctly.
  • I was the administrator of and monitored the General Motors routing website, www.gmshiping.com.
  • This site was used to direct suppliers on how to ship packages to General Motors facilities.
  • I also worked jointly with my Freight Bill and Audit team members to audit and validate Purchase Orders, Spot Buys, and Invoices for Inbound Materials to GM Plants.
10/2006 to 08/2008 Logistics Coordinator Mahle, Inc. | Farmington Hills, MI, United States
  • Supervisor: Anthony Clevio - 313-665-4227; Contact: No.
  • Salary: $58,000.00 per year.
  • Hours per week: 40.
  • Duties: As part of the Vehicle Logistics Team, I was responsible for planning, coordinating, evaluating and overall management for a wide variety of projects.
  • These duties included developing integrated logistics support plans which addressed all the principal elements of total life-cycle planning for assigned programs, supply support, and technical data.
  • My main duty was to ensure that new finished vehicles produced at General Motors North American assembly centers were delivered to dealers in a cost efficient, damage free and timely manner.
  • I analyzed shipment planning and cost, monitored progress and identified impacts of delays.
  • I reported my finds daily to my supervisor with proactive solutions to mitigate impacts to the supply chain.
  • There are 25 assembly centers and 66 distribution centers in the GM network.
  • These locations are serviced by 7 rail carriers and 16 haulaway carriers.
  • On a daily basis I would work with railroads like the CN, CSX and the Union Pacific to resolve transportation issues.
  • Approximately 75% of GM vehicles move on rail.
  • The other 25% move by truck.
  • I conducted daily meetings with the major trucking companies such as Allied, Cooper and PTS to maintain compliance with the GM shipping requirements.
  • The managing of the finished vehicle network also required analyzing exception reports and creating solutions for disruptions in the network.
  • I identified, analyzed, and resolved complex logistics issues and developed, initiated and implemented corrective actions and program enhancements.
  • I applied thorough knowledge of the principles, policies, and practices of logistics management to support a fluid supply chain.
  • Used statistical reports and information obtained from field visits to improve transit time.
  • Evaluated and coordinated efforts to identify specific requirements and to develop and adjust plans and schedules to meet each requirement as scheduled.
  • Analyzes performance, established goals, and determined the extent to which current metrics measure up to requirements and expectations.
11/2004 to 10/2006 Logistics Supervisor Advantest America Corporation | Phoenix, AZ, United States
  • Supervisor: J.D.
  • Fulford - 248-675-7500; Contact: Yes Salary: $54,000.00 per year Hours per week: 50 Duties: I supervised a team of four logistics coordinators and delegated tasks to support the protection of supply and managed the flow of 3.5 million vehicles annually through the distribution centers in the General Motors finished vehicles network.
  • I lead carrier transitions from planning phases to implementation of startup, coordinated the expedient delivery of vehicles upon the request of General Motors Vehicles Sales Service and Marketing personnel.
  • I also coordinated with technical specialists to develop and recommend corrective actions to resolve procedural problems.
  • I also conducted internal audits and evaluations of my assigned programs to ensure operational effectiveness by reviewing reports, correspondence, and observation of internal operations.
  • I also developed transit and inventory reduction strategies, distributed daily a network status report to communicate to senior Vector management and General Motors management issues within the supply chain with prospective resolutions.
  • I trained and mentored the logistics team working to develop a strong team of logistics professionals.
  • I interviewed and hired personnel as needed to meet business requirements.
  • I made recommendations for improvement in work processes and/or methods by reviewing current methods, organizational features, manpower and workflows.
08/2001 to 11/2004 Resource Coordinator Eze Castle Integration | New York, NY, United States
  • Supervisor: Jeff Romano - 313-562-6033; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $43,000.00 per year.
  • Hours per week: 40.
  • Duties: I managed the movement of General Motors finished vehicles from the assembly centers to the dealerships which required the analysis of transit time and exception reports.
  • I coordinated meetings with carrier representatives to establish daily objectives and ensure compliance to targeted goals on dwell and transit times.
  • I also analyzed engineering route designs for operational feasibility and documented operational functions utilizing the Business Process Management tools.
  • I compiled a daily inventory aging report and distributed to the logistics team.
  • I critiqued service providers' business plans for feasibility and contract compliance.
11/1999 to 07/2001 Inventory Flow Specialist Kbr | Austin, TX, United States
  • Supervisor: Mark Nowaczyk - 248-616-7429; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $36,000.00 per year.
  • Hours per week: 40.
  • Duties: I replenished auto parts for two distribution centers, which involved executing purchase orders within budgeted guidelines.
  • I analyzed sales data to make the appropriate buying decisions, resolved problems that disrupted the supply chain in my assigned buying groups and coordinated new product testing program.
  • Also, I provided recommendations for new items to buyers and managed vendors to provide the best service to the company and customers.
03/1999 to 11/1999 Logistics Analyst Spencer Gifts, Llc | Burbank, IL, United States
  • Supervisor: Dwayne Calhoun - 586-467-1500; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $30,000.00 per year.
  • Hours per week: 40.
  • Duties: I conducted material follow up on the General Motors Pontiac East Assembly Plant account and monitored and facilitated the flow of material into the assembly plant in coordination with just in time (JIT) procedures.
  • I also coordinated the expedite of material when necessary to protect plant operations and established regular communication with production supervisors and plant superintendents to keep them informed of any logistics issues that would affect production.
  • I took proactive action to ensure there were not line stoppages.
10/1996 to 02/1999 Merchandise Analyst Fiesta Mart | Cypress, TX, United States
  • Supervisor: Kathy Renusch - 248-637-8181; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $30,000.00 per year.
  • Hours per week: 40.
  • Duties: I coordinated the replenishment purchasing for the Do It Yourself department.
  • I managed 1,500 stock-keeping units (SKU).
  • Performed weekly sales analysis based on sales reports.
  • Executed replenishment buys to fill demand forecasted stock requirements for advertised goods.
  • Acted as a liaison between the stores and the buying office, coordinated meetings with vendors on replenishment issues and ensured stores were at the appropriate stock levels for basic and ad goods.
  • I also analyzed market trends to anticipate supply chain needs in making purchasing decisions pursuant to the quarterly budget.
09/1994 to 03/1996 Co-Manager The Kroger Company | City, STATE, United States
  • Supervisor: Jim McGreal - 248-473-8240; Contact: Yes.
  • Salary: $26,000.00 per year.
  • Hours per week: 60.
  • Duties: I was responsible for the supervision and development of six departments and managed the day to day store operations.
  • I drove customer satisfaction through inspiring my staff to excel at customer service.
  • I maintained an open door policy to build trust with my employees and resolve issues and complaints.
  • I worked with union representatives to bring resolution to more serious issues.
  • Also maximized store productivity by the implementation of a system of tracking weekly sales and inventory.
  • This initiative resulted in improved gross profit.
  • I formulated annual budgets for store operations.
  • I interviewed, hired, and trained new employees.
  • Developed bi-annual budgets and presented them to the regional vice president.
  • Other duties included scheduling employees to maximize sales per man hour and maintain customer service.
  • Formulating innovative solutions to resolve supply issues and prevent stock outages.
Accomplishments
  • Managing Multiple Projects/Objectives and Deadline (05/01/2005):.
  • Training to effectively manage multiple projects with objectives and deadlines.
Education
Expected in December 2001 Master of Science Degree | Business Administration Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan GPA:
Business Administration
Expected in December 1992 Bachelor of Science Degree | Food Systems Economics and Management Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan GPA:
Food Systems Economics and Management
Expected in 05/01/2006 JOB RELATED TRAINING Michigan State University US Army TACOM LCMC Supply Chain Management Certificate Program (3/18/2015) Life Cycle Logistics Certification Level 2 (3/24/2014) Logistics Certification Level 1(4/10/2012) Regional Quality Manager Training (BPMS) | , , GPA:
Management training for Business Process Management System
Additional Information
  • Additional Information Individual Cash Award for Performance (12/23/2014) Individual Cash Award for Performance (12/13/2012) Award - Menlo Worldwide Special Core Values Award (09/01/2003) honoring the attainment of special core values set by the company Award - Menlo Worldwide Core Values Award (08/01/2003) honoring the attainment of core values set by the company
Skills
Acquisitions, ad, Army, Agency, basic, Billing, Book I, Book, budgets, Budget, bi, business plans, Business Process, cable, clarify, com, commodities, interpersonal communication, consultation, continuous improvement, contracts, controller, Credit, customer satisfaction, customer service, data validation, Validate data, Data Warehouse, databases, database, delivery, direction, documentation, features, Finance, financial, forecasting, funds, government, gross profit, inspect, internal audits, inventory, Inventory Control, Inventory Management, leadership, Team Leader, letters, Logistics, logistics management, notes, Director, Managing, Management training, Mark, market research, market trends, Marketing, Materials, meetings, Access database, excel, office, Power Point, Works, MRP, Enterprise, network, organizational, personnel, policies, Pricing, processes, procurement, product testing, coding, progress, proposals, Publications, publication, purchase requisitions, purchasing, Quality, Express, Requirement, routing, Sales, sales analysis, sales reports, scheduling, shipping, SUN, Supervisor, supervision, Supply Chain, Supply Chain Management, transmission I, transmission, transportation, Unique, validation, view, website, workshops, 386

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School Attended
  • Central Michigan University
  • Michigan State University
Job Titles Held:
  • Inventory Management Specialist
  • Inventory Management Specialist
  • Inventory Management Specialist
  • Inventory Management Specialist
  • Metrics Analyst
  • Freight Bill Audit Analyst
  • Logistics Coordinator
  • Logistics Supervisor
  • Resource Coordinator
  • Inventory Flow Specialist
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Merchandise Analyst
  • Co-Manager
Degrees
  • Master of Science Degree
  • Bachelor of Science Degree
  • JOB RELATED TRAINING Michigan State University US Army TACOM LCMC Supply Chain Management Certificate Program (3/18/2015) Life Cycle Logistics Certification Level 2 (3/24/2014) Logistics Certification Level 1(4/10/2012) Regional Quality Manager Training (BPMS)

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