A team oriented, self-motivated professional with logistics and transportation experience Veterans' Preference: - Veteran's Status: Honorably Discharged / U.S. Army PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS Over 25 Years Experience. * Shipping & Receiving. * PBUSE CERTIFIED. Logistics Management. * Loading & Unloading. * Maintenance Management System. Transportation Movement. * Inventory Control. * Supply Needs Analysis. Warehouse Operations. * HAZMAT Handling. * Excellent Verbal & Written Skills. Property Management. * Document & Report Preparation. * MS Office Suite Proficiency. Distribution Procedures. * Problem Analysis & Resolution. * Secret Clearance Expires 5/2022. Seasoned Operations Manager who excels at streamlining operations to decrease costs and promote organizational efficiency.
Customer relations specialist
Cost reduction strategies
Project planning and development
Budgeting and forecasting
Cost reduction strategies
Logistics Management Analyst09/2012
to 05/2014 Lockheed Martin Corporation – Bethesda,
Interpreted, analyzed, and applied regulations, policies, and procedures in logistics, warehousing and all transportation modes, to include comparative differences between various modes, and the effects of differences to provide support.
Developed and implement logistics program activities to include Integrated Logistics Support (ILS); technical documents; Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM), and provisioning.
Planned, estimated, and controlled functions to develop production and quality control procedures.
Cleaned, packed, crated, loaded, unloaded, palletized and prepared necessary paperwork for equipment movement (by ground and air transport) to/from Forward Operation Bases (FOB), Advance Operating Bases (AOB), Aerial Port of Debarkation (APOD), Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO), Class II, IV and VII warehouses for shipment/retrograde to locations outside of Theater of operation.
Ensured security requirements for storage, issue, shipment and transport of COMSEC and Sensitive Items were adhered to according to SOPs.
Collected, compiled, investigated, researched, identified, examined, and classified U.S.
Government materiel / equipment to make final determinations on acceptance and disposition of standardized/non-standard complex equipment and materiel using shipping documents, contracts, catalogs, drawings, smart books, and related documents.
Worked with Operations Manager to develop status reports, and related daily/weekly/monthly reports.
Prepared DD Form 1348, DA form 3161, DA form 3318, DA form 2062, DA Form 2407, DA Form 2404, Missing Parts Notifications, Notifications of Non Fair Wear and Tear damage, Trip Reports and Shipping paperwork (DHL/FEDEX, USPS, DD 1149, US Customs Declaration etc.) according to instructions received from management.
Developed, implemented, and tracked cost savings opportunities.
Collected and analyzed data for operational, tactical transportation optimization, and warehouse productivity optimization; executed warehouse procedures.
Adapted delivery schedules for problems or changed delivery requirements; coordinated on-time deliveries.
Inventoried, requisitioned supplies and equipment to maintain stock.
Received, inventoried, and maintained accountability for equipment and spare parts.
Participated in staff meetings with key officials to provide and obtain information pertaining to logistics.
Briefed management in structured and unstructured settings on logistics issues.
Answered questions and inquiries in person and telephonically on various logistics related issues.
Interacted effectively with vendors, Project Managers, and technicians on logistics topics.
Coordinated the work efforts of subcontractors and field service personnel.
Provided management, customers, and sub-contractors with basic logistics technology and information that ensured effective and economical support for products, service, equipment and systems.
Used Word to write basic and technical correspondence on logistics related subjects.
Used PowerPoint to create slides to use in briefings and meetings.
Worked with various Redistribution Property Assistance Team (RPAT) Yard personnel throughout theater in the prevention and accumulation of frustrated equipment by identifying equipment and assisting in the retrograde requirements set forth by the customer.
Assisted PM Terrestrial Sensors to retrograde identified equipment out of theater in support of the drawdown efforts.
Used Outlook to communicate with internal and external customers on logistics topics.
Used Excel to track supply inventory and calculate monetary savings to the U.S.
Analyzed quantitative information and used professional judgment to resolve various logistics problems.
Defense Supply Systems: Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE), Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW), and Material Enterprise Non-Standard Equipment Database (MENSE) to perform daily operations.
Used various U.S.
Defense Supply Systems to resolve Overages, Shortages, and Damages (OS&D) and Reports of Discrepancies (RODS).
Built stable working relationships with team members, vendors, supervisors, and key officials to provide guidance, plan, validate, and coordinate transportation movement requirements to determine risk mitigation actions for critical path parts.
Movement Control Lead08/2011
to 08/2012 ITT/EXELIS, Greenville, SC & Bagram, Afghanistan
Interpreted, analyzed, and applied regulations governing logistics, transportation, and movement functions to support shipping, receiving, and value-added services.
Planned and scheduled to manage movement control operations and expedite critical items delivery.
Developed logistics plans to enhance goods and supplies distribution.
Managed daily movement control Aerial Port operations at Bagram Airfield.
Ensured delivery of the right items, the right quantity, at the right time, to the right location, in the right configuration and packaging within the "end-to-end" distribution pipeline.
Conducted distribution studies and assessed requirements to develop strategies to achieve desired times.
Analyzed customer shipping and receiving needs to develop a logistics package to successfully fulfill the customer's needs such as transportation, warehousing, loading and unloading services, and pallet programs.
Processed Transportation Movement Requests (TMRs), Transportation Control Movement Documents (TCMDs), Air Movement Requests (AMRs), and arranged transportation for personnel moving, equipment and sustainment supplies.
Validated transportation requirements, coordinated transportation support, and inbound clearances for processing cargo.
Used shipping procedures, routes, and rates knowledge to determine proper materials shipping methods.
Verified inbound and outbound shipments accuracy.
Populated and updated cargo data using the Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES) for Outbound Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) Theater and OEF Theater In-Transit cargo shipments.
Performed daily Air Ramp Operations at the largest and busiest Aerial Port in Afghanistan for equipment and personnel movement of approximately 60,000 customers monthly.
Set up carrier appointments for inbound shipments; first line POC for inbound carriers upon arrival.
Monitored and reported the use and disposition of controlled vehicles, 463L pallets, and containers from inbound and outbound flights.
Performed daily cycle inventory counts and monitored inventory.
Monitored and reported inventory variances and performed research on discrepancies.
Validated Shipper's Declaration of Dangerous Goods (SDDG) for HAZMAT IAW AFMAN 24-204.
In case of low product availability, made necessary system moves to create directed work for lift operators to safely move products to desired slot location within the distribution center.
Provided Customer Service, Staging Area Management, Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) Documentation Certification, Movement Control Reports, Cargo Container Management, and Aerial Port Safety Briefings.
Supervised and managed the loading and offloading of Cargo on fixed wing aircraft and DOD aircraft utilizing (MHE), the AC/LD 60K Loader, 25K Loader and 10K AT Fork Lifts.
Attended staff meetings to exchange information pertaining to transportation and movement matters.
Briefed the supervisor in formal and informal settings on transportation and movement issues.
Contacted carrier representatives to schedule and issue shipping instructions.
Worked closely with the transportation department and customer services regarding shipping concerns.
Interacted with transportation, supply, warehouse and logistics specialists to provide support.
Answered questions and inquiries in person and telephonically pertaining to various transportation, logistics, and movement policies, procedures, and program activities.
Prepared equipment for onward movement IAW instructions received from management.
Used Word to write routine and technical correspondence on transportation and movement subjects.
Used PowerPoint to create slide presentations for use in briefings and meetings.
Used Outlook to communicate with internal and external customers on transportation topics.
Used Excel for FIFO and LIFO Methods accounting techniques on cargo.
Researched various sources to collect data to write reports on transportation and movement information.
Used an automated system to track the visibility on all moving assets for vehicles, cargo, origins, and destinations of cargo in transit, and departure and arrival times.
Analyzed data to resolve transportation problems, or recommended workable solutions to management.
Supervised a team of 5 area managers and 10 associates.
to 05/2011 KBR, Inc – Dubai
Interpreted, analyzed, and applied regulations governing logistics, supply management, and warehousing.
Planned, organized and led day to day logistics activities for the department with a 79 person staff Managed property control and ensured consumable supplies were maintained to provide constant program support.
Controlled the efficient flow of goods, services, and information between point of origin through customer placement in order to meet customer requirements.
Controlled property records and monitored consumable supply use rates and reordered trigger points.
Managed Basic Life Support Services Theater wide to include
Supervised a team of 4 area managers and 19 associates.
Automated Logistics Management Specialist09/1981
to 08/2009 U.S. Army
Interpreted, analyzed, and applied regulations governing transportation management to supervise daily operations, and assisted in performance of transportation and logistics missions.
Led a diverse unit of 230, 430, and a 1200 person Operational Support Group working 18 various logistics career fields, including all facets of supply, fuels, vehicle operations, maintenance, traffic management, and mobility/ deployed operations.
Followed HR and EEO laws and regulations to supervise, plan and assign work, set priorities, develop performance standards, evaluate performance, reward good performance and identify training needs.
Advised or counseled employees on work and administrative matters; heard and solved complaints.
Maintained time and attendance records, approved sick and vacation leave.
Evaluated research and conducted technical studies to support logistics functions that affected transportation costs.
Oversaw subordinates to ensure cargo and freight shipments were marked and labeled properly.
Chaired meetings to inform employees of new and changing polices and operating procedures.
Directed all aspects of the distribution operation including merchandise inventory, shipping and receiving, and maintenance of facilities.
Scheduled and selected the modes of transportation for personnel and equipment.
Ensured transport capability was appropriate, cost effective, and met mission requirement.
Directed logistics and transportation functions and requisitioned, maintained, operated, coordinated, and managed logistical support for a community population of 15,000, with a $45 million dollar budget.
Managed Supply and Services Division in daily operations of all supply functions, material management, property book accountability, warehouse operations, central issue facility (CIF), and self service supply center operations (SSSC).
Ensured efficient supply chain and logistics management in a fast-paced environment.
Oversaw subordinates and Ground Mobility Vehicles (GMV), National Standard for Commercial Vessels (NSCV), All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), Bobcat skid-steer loaders, Material Handling Equipment (MHE) operators and commercial vehicles to ensure cargo and freight shipments were safely moved, packaged, marked, and labeled properly.
Requested and coordinated transport capabilities to meet movement missions.
Documented and inventoried freight, cargo, and all types of materiel shipments.
Monitored, coordinated, and handled hazardous material movement, transport, safety, and security.
Prepared transportation movement documents and forms for various shipment types and travel modes.
Arranged document and reports for follow-up or response to tracer actions.
Monitored freight, cargo, and materiel shipments to ensure accountability and safety compliance.
Ensured distribution and deliveries were made on time.
Defense Supply Systems
Supervised a team of 16 area managers and 1200 associates.
Master of Science: Human Relations 2004Oklahoma University-
Bachelor of Science: Business Management1 2002University of Maryland-
Professional Development: Leadership & Management and Logistics & Transportation Management
Primary Manager's Leadership Course | Leadership Management Academy, Germany, 1984
Total Army Instructor Course: 1 1990U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School-
Material Control/ Accounting Course: 1 1991U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School-
Basic Manager's Leadership Course | Leadership Management Academy, Fort Lee, VA, 1991 Logistics Management Development Course | Army Logistics Management College, Fort Lee, VA, 1991 Depot Operations Management Course | Army Logistics Management College, Fort Lee, VA, 1991 Transportation Management Course | Army Logistics Management College, Fort Lee, VA, 1991 Senior Supply Manager's Course : 1 1993U.S. Army Quartermaster Center and School-
Manager's Professional Development Course: 1 1993Central Texas College-
Advanced Manager's Leadership Course | Leadership Management Academy, Fort Lee, VA, 1993 Equal Opportunity Leader's Course | Vilseck, Germany 1994 Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Course | Wiesbaden, Germany 1994 Graduate Level Manager's Course | Leadership Management Academy, Fort Bliss, TX, 1998 SARSS-1 Supervisor's Course | Taegu, Korea 1999 Standard Property Book System-Redesign | Eighth U.S. Army Logistics Training Program, Camp Humphreys, South Korea: 2001 Government Impact Purchase Card Course | Yongsan, Korea 2002 Field Ordering Officer's Course | Sarajevo, Bosnia 2005 RT-240 KALMAR Operator's Course | Fort Eustis, VA, 2008 Procurement & Supply Management Course | Houston, TX, 2009 & 2010 Certifications: Assessment & Safety Compliance Specialist ~ Hazardous Materials Technician ~ Hazardous Transportation ~ Accounting Technology Specialist Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS 2AD / 2AC/2B) (G2) | Wiesbaden, Germany 1995 Container Management Training Course | Baghdad, Iraq 2010 Logistics Manager's Training Course | Alkut, Iraq 2010 Container Management Training Course | Bagram, Afghanistan 2011 Hazardous Materials Course (AMMO-62) | Bagram, Afghanistan 2011 DOD Heavy Equipment Operator Certification | Bagram, Afghanistan 2011 PBUSE Certification/ Colonial Heights VA, 2014 :