Motor Vehicle Operator with an accident-free, clean driving record. Excellent sense of direction and capacity to work long hours in all weather conditions. Have CDL with over 5 years experience driving on a military base.
1.) operate, manage, and maintain a secure warehouse for accountable property book items. Provide internal control and accountability for durable and non-expendable supplies, automated data processing equipment and production/facilities equipment. Perform receiving, issuing, storing, assembly for issue, shipment and distribution of a wide variety of supplies, material, equipment and commodities using automated and manual material moving equipment. Perform pick up and delivery of supplies and equipment, processes supply turn ins of serviceable and unserviceable assets. a. I receive all incoming property book items from the hand receipt holder and acquisition personnel. Follows regulation, other instructions, or special operating/handling procedures. Inspects for surface and/or either visible or apparent evidence of damage, shortages, assures correct item count, accepts or rejects items, annotates, documentation accordingly. I unload, unpack, and break down acceptable material. I segregate pilferable items by storing in a restricted access cage. Develop and maintain Assembles a log of arrivals and departure from this area.b. Assists in the distribution of items. Obtains signature of hand receipt holder, or their designated representative, and release items to their custody. Maintain filing system IAW with regulations and files documentation accordingly.c. I accept excess items from work cost center managers. I evaluate turned-in equipment type and usage and contacts proper environmental personnel for disposal of hazardous material. Record and forward listings of excess items to the Property Book Officer (PBO) for cross leveling against existing requirements. Obtain disposition instructions to turn in items to DRMO or other federal agency. Provide both customers and PBO with completed copies of documentation. I oversee Effects redistribution of excess items, i.e. production or office equipment, and complete paperwork to reassign items to a new hand receipt holder. d. I monitor due-in suspenses. Plan workload upon estimated delivery date, updates files, and processes receipts. Remove suspense copies together with receipt documentation and forward it to PBO. Periodically purges files. e. I manage the depot's property book warehouse to include the facility, forklift, scooter, office equipment and material handling equipment. I am responsible for the overall safety, security, and maintenance of the warehouse and equipment. I perform duty as hand receipt holder for all non-expendable items within the warehouse with a value up to $1 million. I manage rotating inventory until items are transferred to a new HRH or turned-in as excess. 2. I operate a forklift with a 4,000-45,000 pound capacity to load, unload, and store bulky items. I perform operator maintenance in accordance with established procedures. I also performed other duties as assigned.
Checked vehicles to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order. Maneuvered trucks into loading or unloading positions, following signals from loading crew and checking that vehicle and loading equipment are properly positioned.
Collected delivery instructions from appropriate sources, verifying instructions and routes. Maintained logs of working hours or of vehicle
service or repair status, following applicable state and federal regulations. Reported vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, damage to the vehicles. Secured cargo for transport, using ropes, blocks, chain, binders, or covers. Drove truck to weigh stations before
and after loading and along routes to document weights and to comply with state regulations. Drove trucks with capacities greater than 3 tons,
including tractor-trailer combinations, to transport and deliver products, livestock, or other materials. Obtained receipts or signatures for delivered goods and collect payment for services when required. Operated equipment, such as truck cab computers, CB radios, and telephones, to exchange necessary information with bases, supervisors, or other drivers. Performed basic vehicle maintenance tasks, such as adding oil, fuel, or radiator fluid or performing minor repairs. Coupled or uncoupled trailers by changing trailer jack positions, connecting or disconnecting air or electrical lines, or manipulating fifth-wheel locks. Removed debris from loaded trailers. Maneuvered trucks into loading or unloading positions, following signals from loading crew and checking that vehicle and loading equipment are properly positioned.
I operated all types of forklifts and motor vehicles up to a 34-ton capacity. On occasion I drove other types of vehicles of the same capacity or less as required in order transport a variety materials within the depot industrial area. I operated a variety of types, sizes and makes of gasoline, diesel or multi-fuel powered motor vehicles, semi- trailer or lift-trailer coupled by a fifth wheel or pintle hook both on and off the installation. Operated material handling equipment, including container handling, rough terrain (RT), 99,000 pounds capacity. 1. I operated a truck tractor equipped with a fifth wheel, two braking systems, and hydraulically operated Strad-O-Lift (lift trailer with 40,000 pounds load capacity), or other trailer to transport a variety materials. I was required to couple and uncouple trailers, semi-trailers, and Strad-O-Lift, and connect and disconnect air brakes and electrical lines on vehicles operated. I positioned the lift trailers over pre-positioned load, assures proper distribution of cargo and weight, avoided overloading, and adjusted load binders to secure cargo. I was required to Inspect and test hydraulically operated controls and equipment. Maneuvered tractor-trailers within close tolerances when driving and backing over uneven ground and in narrow or congested areas. Selected the safest, most direct and legally allowed route to be followed and identified when situations arose. Operated some vehicles on county highways, winding roads, steep grades, and manipulated the dual braking system to prevent the semi-trailer or trailer from jackknifing. Operated a two-way radio and performance of assigned duties. Completed trip tickets, preventative maintenance and service records, and filled out driver's accident reports if required. Complied with safety rules and procedures, performed work in a manner that enhances the safety of the work area. Performed preventative maintenance checks and services and immediately reported any discrepancies to my supervisor. Operated a specialized industrial truck, (super stacker) to lift, load, unload, move, and stack shipping containers capable of lifting loads in excess of 99,000 lbs and higher than 34 feet. I can start, stop, back up and operate controls over level and unlevel surfaces with heavy loads and in locations not easily accessible. I frequently handled containers onto and from commercial common carriers such as rail cars or semi-trailer chassis, ensuring proper positioning and balance of the load affected to preclude damage or destruction during loading or transport. Completed required warehousing forms or shipping papers and obtained required signatures. Complied with all safety rules and procedures, performing work in a manner that enhances the safety of the work area. I performed preventative maintenance checks and services and immediately reported any discrepancies to my supervisor.
CORNER STONE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL, SUSANVILLE, CA High School Diploma, Jun 2004
I currently have my class A CDL license. I received my license in the year 2009 RT
I am knowledgeable and skilled in the operation of a tractor trailer, forklift, tractor, skid steer, and articulating front end loaders.
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