logistics spec sr team lead resume example with 11+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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SENIOR MANAGER LOGISTICS OPERATIONS MANAGER I am a senior Operations and Logistics professional with 22 years of experience and a proven track record of taking ownership and driving results while leading complex Logistics Operations in the Marine Corps most demanding high-tempo jobs. With 11 years of leading logistical operation in a global environment, responsible for a team of more than 150 employees, make me an ideal candidate to lead and develop a team of Amazon associates. I am a teamwork-oriented leader with a proven record of thriving in ambiguous environment, building trust, translating complex logistics operations concepts int action and achieving uncommon results to meet timelines. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION I take ownership in my work and team and are available to work overtime during Amazon’s peak holiday season and as needed year-round. Additionally, I am flexible to work on any shift. I pride myself in leading others; I have direct management experience and have been responsible for my employees’ performance. I have an eye for efficiency and have experience identifying and executing process improvement initiatives.

  • Budget controls
  • Database documentation
  • Project planning and scheduling
  • Hazardous material tracking
  • Shipping cost reduction
  • Logistics oversight
  • Data collection processes
  • Planning production
  • Resource planning
  • Customs compliance
  • Transportation management systems
  • Vendor management
  • Quality control
  • Customer demographics understanding
  • Mentoring and training
  • Purchasing management
  • Expert in Microsoft Office
  • Safety standards
  • Project management
  • Policy development
  • Staff training and development
  • Staff development and oversight
LOGISTICS SPEC SR, (Team Lead), 11/2016 to Current
First Division ConsultingEglin Air Force Base, FL,
  • Responsible for the daily management and coordination of a 150 Logistics Section consisting of 63 uniform and 87 contracted personnel by overseeing logistics functional and sub-functional areas to include: supply, maintenance, transportation, general engineering, and services
  • Developed policies to minimize safety hazards in accordance with OCHA standards, as well as developing quarterly training that would provide 400 personnel with needed training which reduced overall safety reporting by 23%
  • Assisted in conducting investigations of 73 safety related incidents and adapted policies which resulted in an additional 8% reduction in safety related incidents
  • Worked with all 87 contractors on my team quarterly to evaluate past performance goals and develop future performance goals
  • All goals were discussed and approved by the customer
  • Worked with Air Mobility Command to develop best practices for moving personnel and equipment into austere environment
  • After developing these standard practices, I was able to demonstrate to the command the cost savings this would ultimately yield
  • By streamlining this process, the command was able to save over 1,7 million dollars a year in per diem, and additional travel related cost.
Logistics Analyst III, 08/2011 to 11/2016
Defense Contractor Marine Special Operation Command, Applications International Corporation, SAICCity, STATE,
  • Responsible for the daily management and coordination of the 3D Marine Raider Battalion (3D MRB) Logistics Section consisting of 61 uniform and 81 contracted personnel by overseeing all logistics functional and sub-functional areas to include: supply, maintenance, transportation, general engineering, and services
  • Responsible for the training and evaluation of 38 employees to enhance their performance, development, and work product
  • As required, addressed performance issues, and made recommendations for personnel actions plans
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  • Strategically planned the preparation and coordinated all contracting for fuel, lodging, transportation, food, and safety in support of global operations
  • Planned and coordinated 16 annual missions for a 400-man Marine Raider Battalion
  • Developed and organized all 16 missions with global partners to work with foreign governments and international organizations to meet all safety and compliance laws
  • Developed 3 management tools that simplified logistics related processes within a 150 person work force
  • Such as improving the on-hand stock reordering process for the maintenance repair sections, such as improving the none inventory on hand reducing cost 14%
  • Using metrics gathered over 5 years and establishing usage and developing none restocking quantities
  • These programs simplified the process and was able to reduce the total cost to the command by 14%
  • Maintained a proficient understanding of new and up-to-date operational planning strategies such as Lean Six Sigma, and Scrum Masters Course to further my working knowledge of planning strategies
  • I also attended seminars at UPS and FEDEX to expand my knowledge of best practices.
Field Engineer II, (Team Lead), 08/2010 to 08/2011
Defense Contractor Marine Special Operation CommandCity, STATE,
  • K2
  • Supervised safety personnel and oversaw the daily function of the battalion ground safety program
  • Assisted in the preparation of multiple Requirements Evaluation Review Board (RERB) request packages for facilities up-grades, as well as day to day facilities projects and the maintenance program
  • Coordinated, planed, conducted, and supervised logistics, embarkation, and all other partner facets of the 2D Marine Special Operations Battalion (2nd MSOB) Logistics
  • Modified the existing training program that would organize and consolidate all required and future training required for personnel to properly and safely conduct their duties
  • This adjustment reduced the time required to track training requirements and simplify the process
  • Responsible for the supervision, and training of all embarkation, mobility, ammunition, and supply personnel within in the S-4 section
  • Supervised the movement and support of (16) Marine Special Operations Teams (MSOTs) while located on Camp Lejeune, NC as well as while forward deployed to multiple isolated locations around the World
  • Prepared annual training budget for 2D Marine Special Operations Battalion, forecasting logistics and reverse logistic support requirements
  • Evaluated business partners performance and the effectiveness of training programs, providing recommendations for improvement and efficiency.
Education and Training
Bachelors: English, With A Focus in Project Management, Expected in 09/2021 to University of Phoenix - ,
Degree: I.T. Management, Expected in to American Military University - ,
Coastal Carolina CC
Six Sigma (Yellow Belt) Penn State, Logistics Education Program Six Sigma (White Belt) Marine Corps University- Professional development and leadership course: , Expected in to - ,

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School Attended

  • University of Phoenix
  • American Military University

Job Titles Held:

  • LOGISTICS SPEC SR, (Team Lead)
  • Logistics Analyst III
  • Field Engineer II, (Team Lead)


  • Bachelors
  • Degree
  • Six Sigma (Yellow Belt) Penn State, Logistics Education Program Six Sigma (White Belt) Marine Corps University- Professional development and leadership course

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