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Item Manager, 12/2014 to Current 408 SCMS/GULAP – Robins AFB, GA
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01/2010 to 01/2011 GS
hours per week) Responsible for analyzing, computing and maintaining spare requirements for the Electronic Warfare program and maintaining supportability of spares and kits for worldwide operations Prepares and complies backup data to support and defend budgetary estimates and the expenditure of funds for buy and repair actions Determines current and future supply requirements including material support and coordination for Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Reviews and analyzes reported usage, past program, reported users and other applicable material to accurately determine and project requirements and demand factors Develops accurate and supportable budget projections and justifications by using program/mission data, procurement lead times, levels, shelf life and repair time Provides on-the-job training for inventory management personnel by demonstrating tasks to trainees and other supply journeyman Monitors backorders and multiple reports to maintain proper spares, repairs and excess alignment; reduced MICAP's by 81% and backorders by 53%.
Materiel Manager, 09/2010 to 12/2014 AFMC AFLCMC/HBG – Robins AFB, GA
01/2009 to 01/2010 GS
40 hours per week) Managed and executed contractor logistic support contracts worth $9M for two Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) that provide program/material management, engineering, spares, repairs and Bonded Stock for the U-2 Life Support Integrated Planning Team within the C2ISR Directorate Acquired and managed an inventory consisting of 216 high altitude U-2 pilot pressure suits, 119 high altitude U-2 pilot helmets, 54 U-2 survival kits, 15 flavors of U-2 pilot's tube food, eight conditioned transport vans and multiple oxygen systems for the U-2 Life Support Integrated Product Team Prepared and submitted annual budgets valued at over $2.5M and forecasts long-range budget requirements based on overhaul schedules, history and inflation factors Utilized the Comprehensive Cost and Requirements System (CCaRS) to monitor funding requirements, prepared Purchase Requests (PR), Military Interdepartmental Purchase Requests (MIPRs), Purchase Directives (PD) and tracked the execution of program fund Participated in the preparation of acquisition documents such as Requests for Proposal (RFP's), Performance Work Statements (PWS), Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs) and Quality Assurance Surveillance Plans (QASP) for two independent contractors Reviewed, coordinated and briefed management on metrics for Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAPs), surges, backorders and customer wait times -increased mission-capable rates Assured Air Force executives that 1,904 mission critical assets worth $12M was maintained within Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) requirements Utilized multiple Air Force Legacy and Computer Systems: ABSS-Automated Business Support System, ALMSS-Automated Logistics Management Support System (U-2 equivalent of D200A), D035A-Wholesale Material Management System, D043/D143C-Cataloging System, Enterprise Solution-Supply (ES-S), Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint.
Production Management Technician, 09/2009 to 01/2010 574th CMMXS/MXDXAS – Robins AFB, GA
GS-2010-07, Full-time (40 hours per week) Managed the Awaiting Parts Program (AWP); monitored backorder status; followed up on items requisitioned to assure expeditious processing and receipt; increased availability of spare parts Aggressively tracked over 2,500 replaceable units from turn-in, repair and return to customer; expedited parts turnaround reduced turn in time for critical parts from 14 days down to two days Used managerial skills to single handedly manage the work of four Production Materiel Technicians when manning issues did not back fill open slots immediately Received and processed transactions on all Due-In From Maintenance/Due-Out To Maintenance (DIFM/DOTM) items Maintained appropriate stock levels on hand, reviewed stock records and established or adjusted stock levels using a standard formula Performed customer orders, front-end job order (JON) edits on all requirements submitted by supported maintenance shops Provided updated status and estimated delivery dates to shop personnel Purchased shop support materiel based on cost and availability, utilizing an International Merchant Purchase Agreement Card (IMPAC).
Stock Control Clerk, 06/2008 to 08/2009 GS – Robins AFB, GA
01/2010 to 01/2005
40 hours per.
week) Provided supply support for production, overhaul, repair and other operations for equipment, parts and a wide variety of supply items Subject Matter Expert on supply regulations, policies and procedures for requisitioning and stock control; demonstrated outstanding expertise while assisting Depot Item Managers Managed 10,751 stock records; determined replenishment needs by fixed mathematical formulas; provided on-time requisitions that contributed to a 95 percent fill rate Analyzed internal records and daily reports recommended corrective actions to improve operations; Ensured all rejects were researched and corrected within one day turnaround Revamped (with no supervision or training) the Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR) program from nonexistent to the top managed program in Base Supply.
Researched manuals and analyzed data; Reduced the number of discrepancies by 90 percent Investigated/reconciled discrepancies such as receipt, stock control, inventory adjustments extracted information; identified transactions errors and failures; notified customers immediately of excesses and obsolete items-customer satisfaction guaranteed.
Vendor Training Administrator/Team Lead, 11/2006 to 06/2008 CIV – Robins AFB, GA
per week) Program Manager for the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC) vendor training program for over 20,000 civilian personnel at Robins AFB; advertised and advised personnel on training opportunities increased training utilization 20 percent Administered self-development programs; processed over 3,500 training allocations monthly; scheduled contractor, local/off-site, academic institution, private vendor and government agency training in excess of $300,000 annually Responsible for the development, analysis and execution of the Annual Installation Training Plan; utilized project management and organizational skills to analyze the installation's training capability to ensure a well-trained and qualified workforce Developed a suspense tracking system to monitor required tasks from vendor solicitation to updating attendance records; initiative reduced cycle time by 25 percent annually Validated individual career briefs by utilizing the Education and Training Management System (ETMS) and the Department of Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS); developed and implemented a process to decrease backlog of unfilled documents by 50 percent Monitored all aspects of the program to ensure accuracy and compliance; provided administrative support for local courses; advertised maximum participation; assisted in chair selection; prepared attendance rosters & certificates; notified selectees Responsible for facility lock up, classroom assignment, classroom set-up.
12/2001 to 11/2006 First Sergeant – Robins AFB, GA
40 hours per week) Principal advisor to senior management for 350 enlisted personnel on organizational policy and personnel matters such as workforce training and development, performance management systems, safety and recreation programs, equal employment opportunity and sexual harassment Provided workforce with information about policies, job duties, opportunities for promotion; conducted new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward organizational objectives Mentored fellow senior noncommissioned officers (SNCOs) and supervisory personnel to ensure discipline was equitably maintained and the health and welfare of the enlisted force was met Provided the Squadron Commander a mission-ready enlisted force to execute the unit mission; Overhauled the unit's Family Care Plans in preparation for deployments; The 78 Mission Support Squadron's inspector stated the program was a benchmark! Coordinated the resolution of complex problems with the supervisors, the member, the commander and appropriate base agencies Ensured training was provided on matters of leadership, customs and courtesies, dress and personal appearance, self-discipline, adherence to standards, drill and ceremony, safety, hygiene and sanitation Managed care and upkeep of unit dormitories and adjacent grounds; inspected dormitories, day rooms and unit areas as necessary Performed quality force review and ensured timely processing of performances, reports, awards, decorations, favorable communications, promotions, demotions, classification actions, quality control actions and disciplinary actions Managed group's government travel card to 99.9 percent on time; contributed to Robins Air Force Base improved delinquency rate of 0.52 percent-lowest ever for Air Logistic Command!.
hours per week) Supervised six military personnel and one Air Expeditionary Force augmentee Managed the Hazardous Materials Pharmacy with 500 hazardous material line items valued in excess of $3 million Maintained three geographically separated facilities for external Environmental Compliance Assessment and Management Program visits Managed the receipt, storage, delivery and tracking of hazardous material supporting the 39th Wing and Operation NORTHERN WATCH Supervised the computer operation of the Air Force Environmental Management Information System Oversaw the chemical and hazardous material authorization request process ensuring customers fully complied with established precautions Spokesperson for the Wing Hazardous Material Management Process team and group pollution prevention program Controlled 10,751 hazardous assets with 100% inventory accuracy for 12 consecutive months; best in United.
States Air Force USAFE
Trained over 300 customers on environmental ordering procedures; reduced unauthorized users by 50% Executed process improvement programs to track hazardous material from cradle-to-grave; slashed requirements processing time from 14 to 2 days Identified two major discrepancies during the 39th Wing Internal Environmental Compliance Assessment and Management Program Inspection.
week) Supervised 10 military personnel and one local national Supply's focal point in managing a 28,000 stock record account valued at over $28 million dollars Effectively processed over 2,000 customer requests monthly achieved 99% accuracy rate and zero delinquent rejects Managed processing of emergency local purchase requisitions, Defense Reutilization and Marketing withdrawals, requisition status follow-ups and Custodian Authorization/Custodian Receipt Listing requests Resolved delinquent issues and due-out releases, identified trends and made recommendations for improvement Organized and documented supply customer assistance team visits Provided excellent support to eight diverse weapon systems and three military departments; maintained 89% issue effectiveness-exceeded USAFE standard by 2%.
01/1998 to 01/1999 Capable MICAP – Incirlik, Turkey, AB
per week) Supervised 13 military personnel Managed, controlled and verified all requisitioning and joint lateral support shipments of all Mission Capable (MICAP) requests for the 39th Wing, four geographically separated units in Turkey and deployed forces supporting Operation NORTHERN WATCH Tracked incoming MICAPS, updated MICAP status boards daily using the Global Transportation Network and the Advanced Traceability and Control for Air Force programs Effectively managed 13 personnel in an arduous 24 hour/7 day a week operation supporting the Combined Task Force Operation NORTHERN WATCH Provided flawless support for 48 combat aircraft composed of eight diverse weapon systems; sustained over 200 combat sorties weekly while maintaining the best supply aircraft rates in the command Managed the procurement of 110 items for transportation, best vehicles-down-for parts rate in USAFE despite supporting oldest fleet, procured 370 parts for Aerospace Ground Equipment, reduced average MICAP requirement for Communication equipment by 73%.
01/1997 to 01/1998 Repair Asset Control Center RACC – Incirlik, Turkey, AB
40 hours per week) Supervised eight military personnel Responsible for receiving due-in from maintenance assets from supported organizations Managed inspection of and coordinated movement of processed assets in stock, transportation office management shipments not reparable this station and condemned items to the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office Managed the Wing's Time Compliance Technical Order Program Established new guidelines for the receipt and storage of classified aircraft parts; updated turn-in and shipping procedures and moved assets to a more secure location-maintained integrity on over 300 parts Directed extensive research for all found on base DIFM assets not loaded against a detail record-saved over $20,000 by identifying and processing assets onto the supply account for utilization.
Analysis Element Supervisor, 01/1995 to 01/1997 Maxwell AFB, AL
40 hours per week) Analyzed statistical data, cross feeds and internal checklists to identify adverse trends and training deficiencies Briefed monthly "How Goes It" slide presentation for senior supply managers Performed periodic analysis on reports of discrepancy, customer complaints, shipment losses and inventory adjustments Facilitated by examining problems or potential problems identified by the Chief of Supply, flights chiefs or when directed by higher headquarters Resolved an analysis on the Uniform Materiel Movement and Issue Priority System-analyzed 2,537 issues, identified a four percent suspected priority abuse rate resulting from training deficiencies-activated a training program Trained deployed units on proper computer processing-proficient training ensured all War Readiness Spares Kits were processed error free Prepared a 21 slide "How Goes It" presentation for senior leadership to validate squadron progress-key processes were available for review a week in advance Conducted an inventory analysis on warehouse refusals; researched consolidated inventory adjustments registers and base supply management reports detected .1 percent error rate Received the Distinguished Graduate Award at the Supply Analysis Course at Lackland Air Force Base-maintained a 96 percent grade point average Performed an analysis on sufficient quantity type rejects covering 6 months of data-resulted in a downward trend in rejects and identified a processing problem in the Base Automated Service Store.
Document Control Supervisor, 01/1993 to 01/1995 Ramstein AB, GE
40 hours per week) Supervised seven military personnel and one civilian employee Maintained all source documents and report files to support accountability of assets assigned to the Chief of Supply Managed the delinquent document program for the largest supply account in USAFE supporting HQ USAFE, the 86th Airlift Wing and over 700 individual customer accounts Managed the centralized weapon and controlled communications security item files; ensured accurate and timely reporting to the Air Force Materiel Command and Air Force Cryptologic Support Center Directly responsible 30 percent reduction of delinquent documents; motivated delinquent document monitors to obtain the lowest delinquent document rate and keep it there Meticulously trained personnel on the conversion from the locally developed R59 (delinquent document list); initiative ensured proper management of delinquent documents within established Air Force standards Maintained 100% accuracy rate on 200 COMSEC (Communication Security) accounts-efforts ensured records reconciliation continuously matched report files at Kelly Air Logistics Center Directed all semiannual reconciliations for over 5,000 base assigned weapons with 100% accuracy Managed the reverse post program by monitoring the application of "Q" freezes; reduced the number the of daily "Q" freezes from 25 to 5 Designed two slide presentations for the 1995 HQ USAFE Daedalian Award.
Equipment Management Supervisor, 01/1990 to 01/1993 GE
40 hours per week) Supervised two military personnel Represented the Chief of Supply as the equipment review and approving authority on all equipment requests approved at base level Managed over 700 equipment accounts and 1400 equipment custodians Managed Special Purpose Authorized Maintenance accounts , equipment data bank, daily equipment transaction report, equipment out of balance listing, hidden excess listing and standard small computers Trained and assisted custodians on proper equipment account management Developed a system to manage 21,000 equipment out-of-balance detail records; reduced discrepant records from 3.2 to 2.2 percent Directed the termination of equipment authorized in-use details for small computers; incentive eliminated dual accounting practices and transferred over $20 million worth of assets into the Information Program Management System Aggressively coordinated an intensive validation of 565 vehicle authorizations valued at over $10 million; realignments ensured optimum distribution and dispersal Conducted an intensive out-of-cycle review and validation of all Special Purpose Authorized Maintenance accounts-reduced invalid accounts by 60 % Implemented new procedures to validate table of allowances authorizations-efforts increased the Equipment Data Bank accuracy rate from 98.
01/2004 to 09/1999
Customer Service Supervisor, 01/1988 to 01/1990 Maxwell AFB, AL
40 hours per week) Responsible for the effective operation of the Customer Service Unit and the program manager for technical matters related to supply complaints and customer assistance Represented the Chief of Supply as the initial point of contact on supply matters and acted independently in resolving complaints through investigation and analysis Provided direct input to the Management and Systems unit on procedures/analysis to revise supplements to Air Force Manual 67-1 and Air Force Regulation 67-23 Developed procedures used in the procurement of urgent small purchases Ensured timely and accurate processing of over 100 local small purchase emergency requests exceeding $17,000; reduced customer wait time from 3 days to less than 24 hours Provided timely assistance to customers in resolving supply support problems; improved customer relations and reduced customer complaints by 25 percent Effectively managed the Zero Overpricing Program (ZOP) Efforts resulted in nine ZOP challenges expeditiously processed with potential savings of thousands of dollars.
Training Unit Supervisor, Maxwell AFB.
01/1987 to 01/1988 AL.
40 hours per week) Evaluated the Supply Branch training needs Reviewed Air Force Form 623, On the Job training records to ensure all individuals assigned to Base Supply received training commensurate with their assigned duties Developed training plans for Base Supply customer training and required in-house training Realigned training lesson plans to agree with the format prescribed by Air Force directives Conducted Block III Equipment Management training for over 30 equipment custodians each month; helped enhance the management and accountability of in-use equipment throughout the wing valued at over $57 million dollars Performed internal surveillance visits to evaluate the training programs of all Chief of Supply activities Ensured the publication library and lessons plans were current by immediately reviewing, posting and filing newly received changes Ensured training requirements for the reserve 908th Tactical Airlift Group were satisfied during the unit training assembly each month.
Inventory Management Technician, 01/1985 to 01/1987 RAF – Alconbury, UK
40 hours per week) Responsible for the accomplishment of special and complete inventories on supplies, equipment and weapons Performed causative research on all items so that the corrective action can be reconciled on accountable records Processed reverse-post to correct overages and shortages found during inventories Trained all newly assigned personnel in the Inventory Section Commended for duty performance by a member of the HQ USAFE Logistics Staff Assistance Team (LOGSAT) Instrumental in the transfer of the Logistics Application of Automated Marking and Reading Symbols (LOGMARS) for conducting complete inventories Self-motivation were key factors in reducing 24,750 line items, that had not been inventoried in over a year, down to 1,116 in a two week period Gathered supply data to complete inventory analyses for the monthly inventory adjustment register Responsible for operating the UTS 40 terminal to unfreeze item records, acquire automatic histories and inquiries to make sound decisions during inventory out-of-balances.
Demand Processing Technician, 01/1984 to 01/1985 George AFB – CA.
40 hours per week) Responsible for accepting and processing issue requests Verified War Readiness Section spares kit balances Obtains backorder verification on all priority parts requirements Researched management data lists during Post-Post conditions Processed approximately 800 expedite and routine requests weekly Error free processing has reduced rejects by 80 percent Mastered basic research skills in the use of supply management listings in the minimum amount of time.
MBA: Human Resource Management, Columbia Southern University - Human Resource Management
Bachelor of Science: Business Administration/Human Resource Mgt, 2009 Columbia Southern University - Business Administration/Human Resource Mgt
Associate of Arts: Human Resources Human Resource Management, 2002 Community College of the Air Force - Human Resources Human Resource Management
Associate of Arts: 2002 First Sergeant Academy US Air Force -
AA: Logistics Management, 2001 United States Air Force Senior NCO Academy Community College of the Air Force - Logistics Management
Logistics Management: 1998
Associate of Arts: 1993 Air Force Institute of Technology -
United States Air Force NCO Academy US Air Force -
United States Air Force Senior NCO Academy Community College of the Air Force
Air Force Institute of Technology
United States Air Force NCO Academy US Air Force
Job Titles Held:
Production Management Technician
Stock Control Clerk
Vendor Training Administrator/Team Lead
Analysis Element Supervisor
Document Control Supervisor
Equipment Management Supervisor
Customer Service Supervisor
Inventory Management Technician
Demand Processing Technician
MBA : Human Resource Management , Bachelor of Science : Business Administration/Human Resource Mgt , 2009 Associate of Arts : Human Resources Human Resource Management , 2002 Associate of Arts : 2002 AA : Logistics Management , 2001 Force
Logistics Management : 1998 Associate of Arts : 1993
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