Obtain Employment as an Instructor A highly decorated career in the United States Army in Logistical, Project Supervisor, and Maintenance Management, with an excellent track record of accomplishments and achievements that greatly surpassed project goals. Over 24 years' military knowledge and 11 years of diverse logistical experience in a wide range of positions. Poised and confident individual when executing all levels of maintenance functions to include PM, inspections, quality control, repairs, troubleshooting, and storage. Extremely articulate and professional in presentation of reports and documents... A strong ability to relate to a wide population of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds from across the globe. Possess a Secret Security Clearance.
Logistics Supervisor United States Army
Strict adherence to standards of procedures, EPA, OSHA safety and adherence to command supply discipline program and use of technical manuals.
Maintain and manage readiness through inspections and the development of a complex quality assurance program.
Maintain accountability and management of equipment valued in excess of $3.2 million dollars, established, develop, and implemented a tracking system for personnel and equipment for Regional Command- South resulting in zero loss, saving the military an estimated $500,000.
by effectively tracking man hours).
Abilities as a problem solver and strategic planner helped build cohesive teams which enhanced staff development capabilities.
Utilizing multi-tasking abilities and assertiveness and always meets timelines with superb results.
Procurement of supplies and knowledge of warehouse operations (retail), maintenance management, and administrative process and functions enabled him to developed tracking system increasing efficiency.
Maintain a readiness rate of 98% or better seamlessly, establish and maintain the first ever -10 and -20 level unit turn-in for Unit Maintained Equipment (UME) with 96% results.
Significantly reduce expenditures by the direct supervision and modification of the Battalion's Exchange Pricing Recoverable Items Program.
Maintained systems to track and surpass unit readiness for personnel and equipment, his adherence to safety practices resulting in unit recognized for safety award for zero safety infractions.
Fostered development of 10 subordinates through counseling and direct coaching.
Responsible for disciplinary infractions and always took responsibility for action.
Maintenance Control Supervisor United States Army
Maintained fleet consisting of over 600 wheeled vehicles, 300 pieces of ground support and 1500 weapons / radios worth over 200 million dollars; through preventive maintenance program and unscheduled repair.
Provided oversight, support and expertise for 10 company level maintenance programs; monitors unit shop stock, TMDE, Exchange Pricing, and SAMS-1E operations.
Tracked and identifies all maintenance resources and requirements in the battalion, established workloads/schedules.
Supervised specialty repair shops including armament, HVAC, generators, ground support equipment, radio/comsec, night vision optics, engineer, automotive and welding trade with zero mismanagement of man hours.
Planned, developed and revised inspections programs and documents for quality control and assurance for automotive, construction, weapons, machine, ground support and material handling equipment.
Directly reviewed (hands on) and spot-checked all maintenance completed repairs and services for initial repairs and completion.
Oversaw the classification of materials to expedite turn in procedures and assurance maintenance expenditure limit was met.
Provided detail training for technical inspectors as the subject matter expert in automotive, ground support and material handling equipment.
Instructor United States Army
Served as Training Developer for department course training consisting of five separate educational departments.
Instrumental in the course development and implementation of the Combined Arms Service Command (CASCOM) military occupational skill streamed line training concept.
Supervised 5 team members and instructors on classroom assignments, schedule preparation, and staff assisted visits.
Served as Primary Instructor for the Warrant Officer Advance Course (WOC), ground maintenance and HVAC repair courses, students included noncommissioned officers, warrant officers, officers, Marines and civilians.
Made substantial contributions the development and modification of training courses that greatly increased subject material understanding and permeability.
SAMS-1E for Managers Course Environmental Awareness & Certification Course Utilities Equipment Repair Course GCSS-Army Equal Opportunity Course Kalmar Certification Unit Movement Officers Course TC Aims I & II Maintenance Supervisor Course Light Wheeled Vehicle Mechanics Course EPA License HVAC (Certified) Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
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