Versatile Supervisor trained in U.S. Navy who thrives in dynamic, challenging and fast-paced professional environments. Assertive and enthusiastic, with extensive knowledge of Transportation/Shipping and an unsurpassed worth ethic.
Skilled Operations Manager talented at improving team performance through innovative management techniques. Offers thoughtful, comprehensive and constructive feedback to staff members to promote productivity and company loyalty.
Results-oriented Manager who thrives in fast-paced and competitive environments. Brings strong presentation, analytical and problem solving skills.
Innovative Manager seeks position offering opportunities for new professional and personal challenges. Self-starter with a positive, can-do attitude who is driven to learn, improve and succeed.
Maintained a 95% availability rate as Transportation Supervisor
Managed a $140 million project in Rota Spain while supervising a team of 12 operators
Managed and dispatched work crews to heavily hit areas of Gulfport, MS after Hurricane Katrina. Responding within hours after the storm had passed, providing water and meals, opening roads for emergency vehicles and clearing houses. Resulting in receiving the Navy Humanitarian Award.
As Operations Supervisor in Kuwait, coordinated between supply and transportation to ensure that all materials, food and supplies reached forward operating bases in a timely manner under austere conditions and in short fused time constraints.
Trained over 300 students in basic operating skills, basic math and surveying, reading sketches and planning and estimating. Personally mentored 10 personnel, assisting them to advance up through paygrades.
Daily responsibilities included ensuring that all personnel were present and accounted for, tracking travel arrangements for personnel going overseas to join the command deployed to Japan. Supervised a permanent staff of 12 with rotating crew up to 42 at times. Ensured that personnel going forward received all personal gear and uniforms prior to traveling. Coordinated travel arrangements from around the world for personnel returning to the States or coming to the Command.
Subject Mater Expert on all horizontal construction projects for the Command Deployment to Okinawa, Japan and other sites in the Pacific Rim region.
Sub Contractor tasked with the clearing and leveling a 17 acre lot on Camp Shelby, MS for the purpose of housing instructors for the Naval Construction Regiment during their quarterly field exercises.
Directs teaching/learning activities in schools, training centers and selected reserve units. Writes learning objectives, prepares test items, evaluates instructional materials and the results of instruction and counsel students on academic learning problems.
Course covered basic principles of leadership including the use of oral and written communication in the professional relationships; the role of motivation, empowerment, and counseling in development of subordinate; and ways to manage human resources, teams and stress to create a quality organizational climate.
Advanced operation of heavy equipment to include but not limited to; manage and supervise projects; apply advanced production principles to earthwork and asphalt mixing and paving techniques; adjust and service asphalt distributors, paver's, cranes, and road rollers; and apply principles and techniques of foremanship necessary for a crew leader on a construction projects.
Top 10% of class
Upon completion, was able to check, maintain and operate automobiles, material handling equipment, and construction and earth moving equipment.
Top 5% of class
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