A highly talented, skilled and professional Senior Automated Logician with 13 years of diverse experience as a Logician. Seeking a position of responsibility as Senior Automated Logistical Specialist to utilize my skills and proficiency within a renowned organization. Core Qualiifications Can do attitude Supervisorry team leader Detailed ornitenited Client/Vendor relations Customer relations Process improvement
LOGISTICS NON-COMMISSINED OFFICER07/2004 to 10/2013
Hours per week, Salary: 6,000 per month, U.S Army Reserves, 308th Chemical CO (Heavy).
Senior Maintenance Automated Logistics Superviso09/2009 to 09/2013308th Chemical Company (HEAVY) USARVallejo, CA
Serves as Motor Sergeant and Automated Logistics Supervisor manages units equipment, including light wheeled vehicles, GSA fleet material handling equipment and ground support equipment; reviews and submits NMC and AMSS reports to higher echelons; primarily responsible for enforcing Army safety and environmental standards in conjunction with maintenance operations; manages the Command Maintenance, all classes of supply to include Class III, Class IX, QA/QC and Maintenance Sustainment Training programs in support of the heavy Chemical Company.
As the unit Master Driver enusers drivers tarinning program is conducted IAW DA PAM 750-1, to enclude but not limited to commerical busses 48 passengers or more.
This position assists with managing, planning, directing, and overseeing the operation, maintenance, repair and replacement of a fleet of motor vehicles and trailers, ranging from sedans to heavy trucks of which some are classed as special-purpose vehicles ( 1/2 ton trailers to 60-ton semi-trailers) through acc.
Senior Logistics and Maintenance Supervisor08/2006 to 09/2009378TH Military Intelligence Battalion
Serves as the Battalion Motor Sergeant for the Battalion, 378TH Military Intelligence Battalion); responsible for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance of over 250 items of equipment consisting of wheeled vehicles, engineer equipment, generators, material handling equipment and all terrain vehicles; responsible for the accountability of over $12,000,000 worth of special tools, equipment , vehicles and Class IX repair parts; directs recovery operations for the entire 378TH Military Intelligence Battalion in both garrison and deployment environments; responsible for the overall supervision, training, safety, health and welfare of 10 NCO's and 19 Soldiers.
Assigns duties, instructs, and supervises subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures.
Plans and analyzes operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards, and procedural directives.
Supervises preparation of materiel control and accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents.
Motor Sergeant12/2004 to 07/2006330th Medical Brigade
Serves as a Brigade-Level Ground Maintenance Manager for the 330th Medical Brigade responsible for resolving maintenance and repair parts issues within the command; interfaces directly with all levels of repair; provides guidance to all units on maintenance related matters; provides timely reporting of Class IX repair parts from requisition and receipt; ensures the accuracy of Medical Brigade maintenance tracking data; responsible for the accurate and timely submittal of Brigade Army Materiel Status System (AMSS).
Responsible for maintaining automated and manual accounting records like turn-ins and posts receipts Handled the tasks of unloading and inspecting incoming equipments and supplies Assisted in military recruitment and managed low rank soldiers' supply chain procedures and methods Maintained and organized supply rooms and established warehouse procedures Supervised unit maintenance and recovery operations on light-wheeedl vehicles Material handling equipment (MHE) Developed a structured h.
Chemical Operation Specialist12/2003 to 10/2004227th Transportation Company MT
CBRN Specialists plan, employ, and coordinate CBRN defense systems in support of joint and combined arms operations including CBRN reconnaissance systems, biological agent detection systems (BIDS), obscurant systems, CBRN decontamination systems, and other CBRN hazard detection and warning systems.
In addition, CBRN Specialists coordinate assets and efforts for weapons of mass destruction (WMD) force protection programs, CBRN defense support to civil authorities, CBRN vulnerability analysis, CBRN sensitive site assessment/exploitation, WMD elimination, technical escort operation, CBRN reconnaissance, and CBRN decontamination.
Duties performed by Soldiers in this MOS include:The CBRN specialist conduct CBRN reconnaissance and surveillance; perform decontamination operations; conduct obscuration operations; conduct CBRN sensitive site exploitation; and operate and perform operator maintenance on assigned CBRN defense and individual CBRN protective equipment.
Additionally, in non-chemical units, the CBRN NCO p.
Light Wheel Vehicle Mechanic03/2000 to 10/2003310th Personnel Group
Supervises and performs 310th maintenance and recovery operations on gasoline and diesel fueled light-wheeled vehicle to include five tons or less and their associated trailers Supervises unit maintenance and recovery operations on heavy wheel vehicles Responsible for proper storage of weapons systems Responsible for various reports such as utilization, GSA vehicle accounting system, credit card usage, etc.
As required, works directly with the fleet manager to revise work procedures and programs.
Serves as liaison between the unit(s) and the Unit/Zone fleet manager, GSA, and Regional Office, attempting to resolve any administrative problems or discrepancies that arise.
Professional Achievements Maintained and improved percentage of reconciliation by 80 percent Scored outstanding ratings in all CSDP inspections AMSS reporting procedures were above 90 percent.
High School Diploma6/1985Thornridge High schoolDolton, Illinois
Certified Course in SAMS-1E, Center of Certification, Fort Mc Coy Wisconsin 6/2001 Certified in Property Book Management, Fort McCoy Wisconsin 7/2001 Certified in Transporting and certify hazardous materials, Chicago, Illinois2/2005 Fork lift Licensed in the 10k Atlas, Kuwait, Afghanistan 5/2006 Knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel 5/2006
US Citizen Social Security Number: 348-62-7169 Veteran's Preference: 5 points, Active Guard/Reserve of the United States, Active Duty 07/2004 to 10/2013 Security Clearance: Secret
High School Diploma 6/1985 Certified Course in SAMS-1E, Center of Certification, Fort Mc Coy Wisconsin 6/2001 Certified in Property Book Management, Fort McCoy Wisconsin 7/2001 Certified in Transporting and certify hazardous materials, Chicago, Illinois2/2005 Fork lift Licensed in the 10k Atlas, Kuwait, Afghanistan 5/2006 Knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel 5/2006
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