Logistics Manager focused on developing and implementing process controls and quality improvement initiatives that
reduces cost and therefore, increases the organization's flexibility; Excellent problem solving and interpersonal skills; Educated and skilled operation's manager with 20 years of managerial experience; Strong strategic-planning and people-management skills; Experienced at improving team performance through innovative management techniques; Offers thoughtful, comprehensive and constructive feedback to staff members to promote productivity and organizational loyalty.
Salary: $57,408/annually, 40 hours/week
Supervisor: Bonnie Warren (830) 778-7075
Perform duties as a Local Property Officer; Utilizing the robust inventory management program known as SAP; Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to managing the inventory database for eleven cost centers, throughout several counties, in Southwest Texas; As a SAP Inventory Manager we conduct and provide oversight to subordinate echelons in the receipt, transfer, shipment, and disposal of all property assigned to Del Rio Sector Border Patrol Headquarters and subordinate stations; Conduct the annual SAP inventory, of more than 3,000 pieces of line item equipment; Forecast the organization's operational needs and request funds in support of these operational needs; Track, purchase, and maintain stock control of all supply items, according to organizational needs; Value of stock items is in excess of several million dollars; Annual expenditure on office supply and general office equipment is $175,000, excluding inks/toners and copier paper; Analyze, track, control, and evaluate requisition and purchase documents to ensure budget requirements are met; Advise management on potential problems and remedies related to the logistics/procurement warehouse; Identify and interpret the needs of the logistic/procurement warehouse; Understand the department goals and implement them into an action plan; Provide information and advice to help reduce wasteful spending by, accurately identifying the realistic needs of the organization, using available historical data and analytical tools; Conduct assessment analysis on contractor's performance and make recommendations; Research and receive quotes on planned purchases; Query all available data and provide the supervisor with pertinent information to make informed decisions; Forecast, request, and order supplies and equipment for an organization that supports 1,200 personnel; Forecast, request, and order inks/toners used throughout the organization; This includes an ink/toner bench stock in excess of 700 cartridges; $65,000 is spent annually on inks/toners; Also responsible for forecasting, requisitioning, and ordering 1880 cases of copier paper annually, totaling $67,000; Handle customer service calls relating to all supply actions; Receiving, cataloging, and storing personal property of recently apprehended illegal aliens according to the organization's policies; Updating database with pertinent information of recently apprehended illegal aliens. Retrieving and preparing personal property of illegal aliens that have been identified for release. Identify, prepare proper documents, and destroyed all alien property that meets the criteria for destruction. Within in two months of working with alien property, our workload increased by about twenty five percent. I was able to accurately interpret exactly what our needs were and made recommendations to the department supervisor. After careful evaluation, the department supervisor implemented my recommendations, which enabled the department to handle the increased workload without increasing manpower.
Salary: $35,166/annually, 40 hours/week
Supervisor: Sergeant Ellis (910) 433-1903
Primary duty as a sworn police officer was to safe guard citizens and personal property from the threat of harm, through the enforcement of general statues and ordinances; Interpreted General Statues and local Ordinances, so I could effectively enforced the law without violating the constitutional rights of the citizens of the state of North Carolina; While performing enforcement action it might be necessary to conduct any of the following; arrest, issuance of a state citation, issuance of a ticket for violation of a city ordinance, or a warning; When necessary apprehend violators of the law, testify in court, and assist other law enforcement agencies.
Salary: $26.50/hour, 60 hours/week
Supervisor: Gary McHugh (856) 663-8120
Worked as an engineer technician on an eight-man research and development team; Primary duties were as a test parachutist and parachute rigger packing, repairing, and modifying parachute equipment; Worked primarily on new technology for the aerial delivery of ammunition and supplies to soldiers on the battlefield.
Additional duties included: Traveling from my home office of Pennsauken, New Jersey to Yuma, Arizona, for two weeks each month; Participated and assisted with joint testing (between military/government officials and Airborne Systems) of aerial delivery equipment; Provided soldiers and government officials with training on this advanced technology; Taught packing, repairing, and preparing equipment for operational use; Regularly used my interpersonal and administrative skills to explain the broad benefits of our product, across organizational lines to military personnel, government officials, and foreign diplomats.
Salary: $35,166/annually, 40 hours/week
Supervisor: Sergeant Bates (910) 433-1830
Primary duty as a sworn police officer was to safe guard citizens and personal property from the threat of harm, through the enforcement of general statues and ordinances; Interpreted General Statues and local Ordinances, so I could effectively enforced the law without violating the constitutional rights of the citizens of the state of North Carolina. While performing enforcement action it might be necessary to conduct any of the following; arrest, issuance of a state citation, issuance of a ticket for violation of a city ordinance, or a warning. When necessary apprehend violators of the law, testify in court, and assist other law enforcement agencies.
Salary: $26.00/hour, 84 hours/week
Human Resource (205) 972-6660
Worked as a Sub-contractor coordinator for BE&K Construction, in support of Hurricane Katrina Relief; Primary duty was the direct liaison between the contractor (my organization, BE&K Construction) and the sub-contractor (Moran Hauling) a company of 65 men and women, trained in various skills (carpentry, plumbing, electricity, and office administration); As the direct link I provided oversight and management direction to the Superintendent of Moran Hauling; Ensuring that Moran Hauling's initiatives, methodology, and objectives were in line with my organization's vision; Interpreted the contract between contractor and sub-contractor and ensured that the sub-contractor was working within the contractual terms, agreed upon; Provided the day-to-day direction and oversight on multiple tasks; These tasks included but were not limited to, the planning, coordination, and oversight for the installation of temporary water, sewer, electricity, and handicap ramps, throughout Hancock County, MS.
Additional duties included: Attended morning role call, to ensure there were enough skilled craftsmen, to meet the daily production goals; Assigned priority of work and coordinated daily workloads, to ensure that production requirements goals, were met; Understood policies/practices and used this information while conducting routine inspections to different job sites, to ensure work performed met local codes and employees adhered to strict safety requirements of BE&K Construction; Reported directly to BE&K Superintendent responsible for the area of Hancock County, MS; Providing him with production status, advice, and recommendation to effectively and efficiently manage the massive workload; Managed and submitted several reports to senior level executives to include manning reports, production logs, and inspection logs; Verified the Sub-contractor's invoices for correctness; Forecasted and ordered supplies to meet production requirements; Created Excel spreadsheets, flow charts, and PowerPoint slide so managers and supervisor had access to ongoing, current, past, and incomplete projects, allowing managers and supervisor to make informed decisions and recommendations.
Salary: $60,000/annually, 60 hours/week
Supervisor: Charles Cogswell (703) 725-0528
Worked as an Operations Manager for a military parachute operation's facility; Coordinating the day-to- day operations and assigning the workload to meet the daily production requirements, in support of scheduled airborne operations; Individuals assigned to me to assist in meeting these goals were six civilian parachute repair personnel and nineteen soldiers and non-commissioned officers; My roles and responsibilities included but were not limited to, interpreting and implementing both the mid and senior level executives strategic intent, on operational support of all airborne operations, within the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School; Developing a successful supply chain management system that supported all phases of the logistics pipeline; Such as procuring, producing, repairing, storing, and movement of all equipment, to and from the customer; Implementation of all policies and procedures pertaining to life cycle management of all air items equipment; Managed and provided oversight on the packing of personnel and cargo parachutes, placing in-service or removing from service, and maintenance, of all assigned air items equipment; Managed and reported any forecasted short falls to senior level managers; Managed the issue and receipt of 6.5 million dollars of air items equipment to customer units, with zero loss; Provided the day-to-day management of the logistical support element of all airborne related training, to more than 15,000 Special Forces candidates annually – the highest operation's tempo in the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM); Developed and implemented several Excel spreadsheets to forecast and manage the units projected production versus forecasted request, maintenance log versus repair log, and man hour availability versus man hours needed; Developed PowerPoint slide presentations to brief higher headquarters and visiting dignitaries; Established and implemented new work procedures that allowed us to work more efficiently and increase our productivity by 85%, without increasing our man power, due to increase in tempo from the war against terrorism; Developed and executed a plan to relocate our current operations to a new location, while still maintaining current tempo.
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