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Jessica
Claire
resumesample@example.com
(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Summary

Military Veteran with 17 years experience in team management, administrative accountability, supply and maintenance management. Yellow Belt Certified and Green belt trained in Lean and 6 Sigma. Effectively managed Multiple Billions of dollars in equipment.

Highlights
  • Effective team leader
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Supply and logistics planning
  • HAZMAT handling
  • Expertise in Gas Turbine Engine repair
  • Expertise in Diesel Engine repair
  • Expertise in Hydraulic System repair
  • Expertise in Gasoline Engine repair
Education
SNCO CAREER COURSE DEP , Expected in 2009 : - GPA :

SNCO CAREER COURSE DEP

SERGEANTS COURSE DEP , Expected in 2009 : - GPA :

SERGEANTS COURSE DEP

General Crane Safety Norfolk, VA Expected in 2007 : CAT 1,2,3 and 4 Cranes - GPA :

General Crane Safety on CAT 1,2,3 and 4 Cranes

BASIC INFORMATION AND PERSONNEL SECURITY CAMP PENDLETON, CA Expected in 2007 : - GPA :

BASIC INFORMATION AND PERSONNEL SECURITY

General Crane Safety Instructor Norfolk, VA Expected in 2007 : Instructor Training - GPA :

General Crane Safety Train the Trainer

COUNTER-ESPIONAGE AWARENESS CAMP PENDLETON, CA Expected in 2007 : - GPA :

COUNTER-ESPIONAGE AWARENESS

Coastal Community College Jacksonville, NC Expected in 2001 : Fire Fighting - GPA :

Studied Fire Fighting I and II

HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIAL MATERIAL MANAGEMENT TRNG Iwakuni, Main land Expected in 1999 : - GPA :

HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIAL MATERIAL MANAGEMENT TRNG

AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS (HYDRAULIC) (AS) Nas Jacksonvillle, FL Expected in 1998 : - GPA :
AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS (MECHANICAL) (AS) Nas Jacksonvillle, FL Expected in 1998 : - GPA :

AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS (MECHANICAL) (AS)

MARINE COMBAT TRAINING San Diego, CA Expected in 1997 : - GPA :

MARINE COMBAT TRAINING

Olympia High School Standford, IL Expected in 1997 High School Diploma : - GPA :
RECRUIT TRAINING, MALE San Diego, CA Expected in 1997 : - GPA :

RECRUIT TRAINING, MALE

Accomplishments

-Awarded the Navy and Marine Corp Achievement Medal 3 times

-Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

-Personally responsible for Passing the Commander of Naval Air Forces Inspection with no deficiencies 3 times.

-Successfully Completed Production Control and Material Control Schools

-Successfully completed 3 Combat tours in Iraq

-Received 5 Good Conduct Medals

Experience
USMC - Production Control SEPMS Manager
City, STATE, 2011 -

Responsibilities

- Perform the duties as a Production controller and Staff Non Commissioned Officer for Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 13(MALS-13)in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2B.

- Be thoroughly familiar with the squadrons Standard Operating Procedures, policies, Local Command Procedures, orders and directives that pertain to aviation maintenance.

- Perform the duties as the Support Equipment Planned Maintenance System(SEPMS) Program Coordinator in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2B.

- Screen the Buffer Management Tool, Outstanding Material Requirements, daily work load,Inspection Near Due, and Due In From Maintenance(DIFM)reports to plan, prioritize, and assign/coordinate the required maintenance to ensure maximum use of manpower and materials are being properly employed.

- Initiate Cannibalization Maintenance Action Form's(MAF's)as required to ensure a continued flow of maintenance.

- Keep the Production Control Marines Informed on maintenance Actions.

Accomplishments

- Performed the duties as a Production controller and SNCO in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2B.

- Performed the duties as SEPMS Program Coordinator IAW the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2B.

- Effectively planned, prioritize, and assigned the daily work load for 19 work centers ensuring efficient use of man power and materials were utilized creating 216,288.6 mishap free man hours.

- Screened Beyond Capable Maintenance actions to ensure proper documentation and unnecessary condemning actions were avoided-meeting Time to Reliably Replenish(TRR) goals

giving the Airframes and Avionics Divisions an RFI rate of 91.38% and a BCM rate of 8.62%.

- Maintained constant liaison with the four squadrons assigned to MAG 13 ensuring they had the required support to execute daily flight operations.

- Assisted in the reviewing and processing of over 84,252 MAFS.

- Effectively screened 5,069 IMRL Assets and 4,312 ALIS Assets for compliance with the SEPMS Program and verified record Jackets were on hand or being created.

USMC - Production Control Officer, Chief,SNCOIC and SEPMS Manger
City, STATE, 01/2009 - 11/2010

Responsibilities

-Perform the duties as the Production Control Officer, Chief and SNCOIC for Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 16(MALS-16) in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2A,

CH 2.

-Be thoroughly familiar with the squadrons Standard Operating Procedures, policies,Local Command Procedures, orders and directives that pertain to aviation maintenance.

-Perform the duties as the Support Equipment (SE) Planned Maintenance System (PMS) Program Coordinator in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2A.

-Screen the Buffer Management Tool, Outstanding Material Requirements, daily work load, Inspection Near Due, and Due In For Maintenance (DIFM) reports to plan, prioritize, and assign/coordinate the required maintenance to ensure maximum use of manpower and

materials are being properly employed.

-Initiate Cannibalization Maintenance Action Form's (MAF's) as required to ensure a continued flow of maintenance.

-Keep the Production Control Marines Informed on maintenance Actions.

Accomplishments

-Performed the duties as the Production Control Officer, Chief and SNCOIC in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2A, CH 2.

-Performed the duties as the SE/PMS Program Coordinator in accordance with the COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2A, CH 2.

-Effectively planned, prioritize, and assigned the daily work load for 30 work centers ensuring efficient use of man power and materials were utilized.

-Screened Beyond Capable Maintenance actions to ensure proper documentation and unnecessary condemning actions were avoided and Time to Reliably Replenish (TRR) goals were met.

-Initiated numerous Cannibalization MAFs to expedite the TRR for repairable components.

-Maintained constant liaison with the eight squadrons assigned to Marine Aircraft Group 16 ensuring they had the required support to execute daily flight operations.

-Assisted in the PC reviewing of over 45,721 Maintenance actions.

-Effectively came up with a new way to track CSWR that are sent off Station

USMC - Work Center Supervisor
City, STATE, 05/2008 - 01/2009

Responsibilities

-Publish a schedule of Phase I Support Equipment Training monthly and forward all completed Phase I certifications to each individual's activity.

-Provide the best classroom environment possible for Phase 1 training and develop and maintain all training aids.

-Ensure all Phase I instructors are trained in the proper techniques and capable of providing instruction for all ground support equipment assets.

-Develop any Phase I operator courses that are not furnished by Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT) and review and update all Phase II written tests.

-Prepare all Phase I, Phase II and Support Equipment Yellow License for I Level personnel

-Provide all Phase I, Phase II and Support Equipment Yellow License Weight Handling Equipment for I-Level personnel.

Accomplishments

-Provided Phase I training for one Intermediate and ten Organizational Level Squadrons.

-Published seven monthly schedules for Phase I training.

-Provided Phase 1 training for 858 personnel and over 2168 Phase I licenses in support of unit deployments to OIF.

-Trained three Marines to become Phase I instructors.

-Provided 16 Marines with Phase 1 Training on Weight Handling Equipment.

-Became a Quality Assurance Collateral Duty Inspector for work center 92C.

USMC - Training and Licensing Instructor
City, STATE, 03/2006 - 05/2008

Responsibilities

-Provide Phase I training for all MAG-16 and MAG-46 units.

-Ensure all Phase I instructors are trained in the proper techniques and capable of providing instruction and for all ground support equipment assets.

-Provide the best classroom environment possible for training and develop and maintain all training aids.

-Publish a schedule of Phase I Support Equipment Training monthly and forward all completed Phase I certifications to each individual's activity.

-Develop any Phase I operator courses that are not furnished by Center for Naval Aviation Technical Training (CNATT) and review and update all Phase II written tests.

-Prepare all Phase I, Phase II and Support Equipment Yellow License for I Level personnel.

-Provide all Phase I, Phase II and Support Equipment Yellow License Weight Handling Equipment for I-Level personnel.

Accomplishments.

-Provided Phase I training for one Intermediate and ten Organizational Level Squadrons.

-Trained five Marines to become Phase I instructors.

-Converted three Lesson Guides to power point and ordered and installed an electric

projector screen.

-Published nine monthly schedules for Phase I training.

-Created Phase 1 course for the A/M27T-15

-Provided Phase 1 training for 1934 personnel and over 15,269 Phase I licenses in support of unit deployments to OIF from MAGS-16 and 46.

-Provided 36 Marines with Phase 1 Training on Weight Handling Equipment

-Completed the General Crane Safety Train The Trainer course and became an Instructor for the A/S32M-14 Pettibone

-Assisted in the coordination of 192 pieces of Support Equipment for Desert Talon

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • SNCO CAREER COURSE DEP
  • SERGEANTS COURSE DEP
  • General Crane Safety
  • BASIC INFORMATION AND PERSONNEL SECURITY
  • General Crane Safety Instructor
  • COUNTER-ESPIONAGE AWARENESS
  • Coastal Community College
  • HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIAL MATERIAL MANAGEMENT TRNG
  • AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS (HYDRAULIC) (AS)
  • AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS (MECHANICAL) (AS)
  • MARINE COMBAT TRAINING
  • Olympia High School
  • RECRUIT TRAINING, MALE

Job Titles Held:

  • Production Control SEPMS Manager
  • Production Control Officer, Chief,SNCOIC and SEPMS Manger
  • Work Center Supervisor
  • Training and Licensing Instructor

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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