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

Competent Logistics Manager offering a wealth of experience in maintaining proper product rotations and ensuring compliance with government regulations. Background in business management with a desire to work for a technology company.

  • Data Analysis
  • Continuous Improvement
  • Documentation
  • Shipping and Receiving
  • Policy and Procedure Adherence
Work History
04/2018 to Current Logistics Manager Henkel | Portland, OR,

Serve as Property Book Team Chief, Responsible for all client issued property in the United States Army Reserve Aviation Command. Ensure cost-effective material management, accountability and asset visibility in support of the Army Reserve. Review and sign as the accountable officer for all supply requests and to determine adequate justification, propriety of need, availability. Trains Reserve personnel on establishing stock levels, order frequencies and forecast future requirements. Manage, monitor the operations and records of the classes of supplies throughout the command and assuring timely operational support and integration of Supply Management. Implements support programs for daily logistics operations such as automated procurement cycle and materials inventory management. Provides a high degree of skill in analytical reasoning and the ability to apply that skill to the identification, analysis and conceptualizing of logistical problems, with development of alternative solutions involving the resolution of conflicting goals and objectives. Inspects for conformance with policy and regulatory requirements. Analyze and evaluate the effects of continuing changes in program plans. Arrange and conduct conferences, and make formal presentations to the command. Supervises staff by planning and assigning work, determining training needs, instructing employees on work and administrative matters. Prepares written correspondence and procedures IAW established practices. Evaluates work performance and counsels employees on performance. Communicate orally and in writing to conduct briefings and prepare reports and papers. Reviews, analyzes, formulates and monitors the execution of short and long range, detailed logistical forecasts and plans. Maintain inventory accountability and control of property through the use of the approved automated software program, such as G-ARMY, FAAST, DST, FMS, WEB, Responsible for maintaining accurate files for all equipment, keeping records and compile stock records from cradle to the grave.

Analyze reports and request for assistance in resolving logistical problems.

Plan work to be accomplished by subordinates and provide regular feedback on strengths and weaknesses.

03/2015 to 02/2018 Receiving Supervisor Legacy | Boston, MA,

Receiving Supervisor-

Performed supervisory responsibilities complying with organization's policies and applicable laws. Ensured to acquire proper material flow from receipt, storage to production. Managed, monitored, consolidated and retrieved storage to allow maximum utilization of space. Ensured on time unloading of inbound material to avoid any detention charges. Provided high level of quality standards throughout facility. Performed essential HR functions as staffing, team leadership, associate development, and corrective action and performance evaluations. Managed leadership staff members to ensure efficient product flow within building. Monitored and resolved work place safety issues to reduce worker's compensation claims.

Conducted employee training and onboarding processes with strategic goals in mind.

Directed and coordinated roles and responsibilities of receiving floor staff with efficiency and intelligence.

Conducted research to address shipping errors and packaging mistakes.

08/2008 to 03/2015 Logistics Manager Henkel | San Francisco, CA,

Managed global logistical support for administration of Class VII major end items. Provided guidance and implemented training, resulting in top-notch teams in effective application of inventory-management programs to minimize loss and maximize performance. Maintained and updated records in automated accountability systems. Conducted research into appropriate materials and equipment for various transportation needs including chemicals, hazardous materials, individual issued equipment and vehicles. Delivered invaluable input / feedback to Contracting Officer responsible for conducing performance evaluations / reviews of contract staff via Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP). Liaise with senior-level management and cross-functional departments in delivering technical and administrative advice on all aspects of supply.

Key Achievements:

Ø Spearheaded development and implementation of more efficient inventory control systems in order to improve equipment accountability, resulting in 20%+ reduction in inventory losses.

Ø Orchestrated planning and execution of detailed inventory inspections in order to validate property book records at all levels, as well as at additional storage sites.

07/1994 to 08/2008 Supply Logistics Specialist Us Army | City, STATE,

Supply Tech,

Partnered with supply team managers in guiding, training and coaching supply specialists. Researched and maintained / updated equipment records via Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system. Facilitated and served as liaison for transport of sensitive, hazardous equipment to and from training sites for major training exercises. Ensured supply teams complied with hazmat and food-safety regulations.

Key Achievements:

Ø Spearheaded deployment and integration of PBUSE system and provided problem solving / support regarding systems issues.

Ø Implemented program resulting in 10% reduction in shipping costs by enforcing strict compliance with weight limits and hazmat restrictions for transportation of equipment.

Ø Presented conceptual ideas that directly resulted in a 25% annual reduction in equipment discrepancies by implementing highly effective new inventory-tracking system.

warehouse manager

Expertly administered records for major training-support operation encompassing four divisions.

Administered and maintained $1.9B+ inventory, closely following regulations of Standard Property Book System-Redesign (SPBS-R). Guided all functions of team of over 13 subordinates.

Delivered and supported over 80 subordinate warehouses/organizations.

Monitored and validated submission of all required transactions and reports, ensuring all equipment in transit was accounted for.

Key Achievement:

Interfaced regularly with senior supply managers in order to procure equipment and

  • Observed procedures for compliance with ARMY regulations and existing policies
  • Observed procedures for compliance with Army regulations and existing policies
  • Streamlined office operations using automation, oversaw client communications, managed record tracking and data communication activities
Expected in 01/2002 BBA | Business Administration American Military University, Manassas, , Manassas, Va, GPA:

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