Competent Logistics Coordinator skilled at building and managing effective teams. Offers more than 12 years in a warehouse setting. Also have 5 years experience in auto repair/maintenance through an apprenticeship program at a local auto repair shop and through owning a small business geared towards automobile repair, maintenance, and customization
Data entry expert
Excellent time management
Warehouse management systems
Auto repair & maintenance
Logistics CoordinatorDecember 2009 to Current Fluor Government Group (LOGCAP IV) - FOB Shank, Afghanistan
Am currently responsible for the scheduling and supervision of product movement and storage.
Under the direct supervision of the Warehouse Manager I oversee the daily activities of approximately 15 employees to include the downloading/uploading of trucks.
Included in my scope of responsibility is the receiving and reviewing of form DA-3161 for the issuing/receiving of products, DA-Form 1232 for the extension of expired products, and adherence to AR 710-1, AR 710-2, and TB MED 530 regulations.
Am responsible for the distribution of necessary training and company policy information and updates regarding safety and standard operating procedures.
Inventory of on hand products and the monitoring of all cold storage equipment is also part of my daily tasks.
All logistics and administrative duties performed using various Microsoft applications, AFMIS and the internet.
Logistics Warehouse ForemanOctober 2008 to April 2009 Kellogg, Brown, and Root LOGCAP IV - FOB Fenty (Jalalabad), Afghanistan
Was responsible for the unloading, processing, storage, issue, and turn-in sections of warehouse operations.
Under the direct supervision of the Warehouse Supervisor and indirect supervision of the Regional Manager, I supervised the daily operation of approximately 30 employees to include stock control, issue, storage, turn in, and receiving sections.
Through the use of the SARSS (Standard Army Retail Supply System) the items that entered our facility were processed and sorted via our receiving section, and brought to the issue, storage, or turn-in section based on destination.
Logistics Warehouse ForemanApril 2006 to October 2008 Kellogg, Brown, and Root - Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan
Was responsible for the unloading and storage of various types of rations, ranging from dry and canned goods, to frozen food items, as well as time sensitive foods.
I was also responsible for ensuring proper rotation of food items based on the date they were packaged and received by our facility.
In addition to all of the tasks listed above, I also perform various administrative duties.
These duties include the checking in of delivery trucks from Supreme shipping company, entering the daily inventory and monitoring any discrepancies between the manual counting of these items and the received/issued amounts on invoices, ordering of rations based on troop utilization of our facility and allotted budget amount, and supervision of local nationals (Afghani employees).
Lastly, I was required to keep a daily checklist of all safety and hazardous material training provided for all of my warehouse personnel.
Assistant Logistics Warehouse ManagerFebruary 2005 to March 2006 Friend Tire, Inc - Temple, TX
Primary job duty while employed with this company was supervising the daily activities of approximately 50 warehouse employees.
Secondary duties consisted of supervising the unloading and staging of shipments, scheduling incoming and outgoing shipments/deliveries throughout the states of Texas and Louisiana, monitoring employee schedules, inventory, customer complaints, and interaction with sales representatives within the company and with other companies.
All logistics and administrative related tasks were performed using various Windows programs, and the internet.
Loader/SorterJanuary 2005 to February 2006 United Parcel Service Friend Tire, Inc - Temple, TX
Job duties included the unloading of parcel ranging in size, shape and weight, the loading of such items, and the inspection of these packages while carrying out the unloading and loading.
Also, when necessary, sorting the items.
by zip code was required prior to loading/unloading them.
Assistant Logistics Warehouse ManagerMarch 2001 to January 2005 Patriot Furniture, Inc - Killeen, TX
Primary job duty was the supervising the daily activities of approximately 20 employees.
Secondary job duties consisted of scheduling incoming furniture deliveries, the placement of delivered furniture in the warehouse, ensuring that outbound deliveries were made as safe and efficient as possible, handling customer inquiries and complaints regarding incorrectly delivered or damaged furniture, conversing with sales representatives within the company and with other companies, and preparing weekly reports that went directly to the President of the company regarding the transfer of furniture to customers and within the company (furniture sent to a store in a different location).
All Administrative duties were performed using various Microsoft Applications.
Loan Servicing SpecialistJanuary 1999 to January 2001 Sallie Mae, Inc - Killeen, TX
Job duties included assisting customers via inbound phone calls in regards to their student loans, while simultaneously going through their account history on the computer.
Job required patience, effective written and verbal communication, and multi-tasking skills in order to perform it satisfactorily.
Rogers High School1998Grand Rapids, MI High School Diploma:
School in Grand
and maintained a 3.5 GPA with studies geared towards
Computer Sciences and Mathematics