Operations and Logistics specialist, Proven Leader and front line supervisor. Product acceptance/ Quality Control with Boeing 787. Resulting in compliance of safety inspection, pivitol team member, deadlines met and successful delivery. Operations Manager with a Secret Security Clearance-Secret and 15 years of leadership and experience in the United States Air Force; maintenance operations, quality assurance/quality control, and safety procedures derived from conducting global aviation operations. Career supported by Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management, Associates in Logistics Management and a education in Executive Masters in Business Administration. Leadership Maintenance Control Operations Management Conflict Management QA / QC Safety Procedures Training and Development Inventory Management/Aviation Logistics Refueling Systems
January 2015 to February 2015Quality Tech Contractor (Temp) ensuring conducted work in accordance with engineering drawings of Gulfstream G650 Wing Structures. Creating QN and NC paperwork. ● shake and squawk process, sealant inspections. ● Inspecting and reporting damage and bad workmanship, training of techs.
Boeing AerospaceNovember 2013 to November 2014Product Acceptance Specialist - Quality Technician Contractor Mosley Technical/ Boeing Aerospace (Temp) Evaluate production standards, blueprints, drawings, performance instructions. Perform sub assembly/final assembly inspection for workmanship, fit, alignment and conformance IAW applicable drawings, specifications. Safety leader for daily briefings. ● Witness processes and perform shakedown inspections of completed subassemblies/final assemblies ● Verify the work instruction, review and inspect workmanship, Identify and document discrepancies. ● Note discrepant condition(s) and location(s) and what the correct configuration of the assembly or installation, citing drawing, specification, or plan requirements. Initiate re-inspection.
United States Air Force- Various LocationsMay 1998 to September 2013operator 437th LRS Macdill Afb Charleston AFB, Fl SCLed the Precision Measurements department, ensuring all tools and equipment that required calibrations were properly maintained, inspected, and serviced according to required scheduled maintenance and Air Force T.O specs. Adhered to all operational safety measures and hazardous materials protocols ● Safety Manager, responsible for informing and training personnel on safety procedures, reporting and documenting incidents resulted in zero incidents due to proper training ● Responsible for conducting foreign object damage control and informing personnel of necessary measures to be taken; performed daily flight-line inspections with all personnel to identify foreign object debris and prevent aircraft damage while acting as the Foreign Object Damage Control Officer. ● Flightline expediter monitoring all fueling operations along with ensuring that fueling pipeline is in operating order.Tthat all refueling unit operators are conducting operations IAW 00-25-172 and all other applicable T.O's Macdill AFB Fl. Managed 12 personnel, on maintenance operations of Fuels Operational Readiness Capability Equipment/Fuels Mobility Service Equipment; provided fueling capabilities to areas without supporting infrastructures. IAW applicable standards and Technical orders. ● Daily inspection/ safety of 4 vehicles, 2 aircraft facilities, and 3, 10,000 Gallon fuel tank supporting the Quality, operational inspection and safety checks of FORCE\FMSE mobile hydrant refueling systems valued at $30M ensuring ● Trained 12 personnel in proper maintenance procedures, troubleshooting operations, equipment usage, and safety protocols of fueling equipment; conducted annual evaluations of lock out, Tag out hazmat handling, MSDS review, fuel dangers safety programs.. ● Conducted daily safety briefings to 24 personnel, addressing scheduled maintenance operations and equipment status of 352 pieces of fuel equipment ranging from FMSE (Fuels Mobility service equipment), FORCE ( Fuels Operational Readiness Capability Equipment), ATHRS ( Air Transportable Hydrant Refueling System) , and ABFDS ( Aerial Bulk Fuel Delivery System) ; Maintained 352 pieces of FORCE, FMSE, ATHRS. And AFBDS equipment. Organized maintenance operation and storage schedule ensuring equipment is tested and ready for short notice deployment. Troubleshooting equipment\Maintained warehouse ● Trained more 200 personnel on how to properly use the equipment in theater. ● Led a 12-man prep team for War Reserve Material (WRM) inspections of fuels equipment worth $352M. ● Inventory manager of a $300 million FORCE and FMSE Account. ● Assisted in creating the training program for the newest deployable hydrant refueling equipment the FORCE system. ensuring training of safety equipment and standards- PPE. Managed daily safety briefings on all fuel facilities and equipment storage areas.. ● Daily inspection of three hanger/ ware houses, two admin buildings and one outdoor equipment storage area. ● Maintained, daily inspection and inventory of two 10,000 gallon and one 2500 gallon fuel storage Served as the storage, refueling, and preventative maintenance technician for Corrosion Control department; accountable for the maintenance and serviceability of 37 Fuel Storage tanks one Type II hydrant Refueling System and one Type III modified Hydrant Refueling System. ● Integrated a refueling unit into a storage issuing pipeline, performed troubleshooting operations for all refueling units Played the Pivotal role of Team Leader for shipboard offloading procedures involving refueling tanks containing upwards of 5M gallons of aircraft fuel for operational readiness. Ensuring all that all safety and PPE and quality standards and policies were followed. Conducted Pre Offloading Safety briefings to ensure that all involved parties were aware of exit points and compliance of safety policies. Responsible for the corrosion maintenance and operation of ten five million, ten 20,000 and two 50,000 gallon fuel storage tanks and assisted in the construction of two additional 50,000 gallon fuel storage tanks. Responsible for technical supervision of operator's inspection and maintenance of refueling equipment and a Type III Hydrant Refueling System ● Maintain a special purpose vehicle checkpoint to provide daily inspection on assigned fueling vehicles Facilities and Hydrant systems. Trained personnel to properly inspect and record operator's inspection results. Received jet fuel by cross country pipeline. (80,000 to 120,000) gallons a day, Received diesel fuel, unleaded fuel, and liquid nitrogen/oxygen by tank truck. Transferred JP-8 jet fuel from bulk storage tanks to hydrant / ready operating tanks on a weekly basis for issue. ● Inspected, Maintained and operated a Type III Hydrant Refueling System with 33 Flight line Hydrant Outlets. ● Stored inspected and maintained three 5,000 gallon Liquid oxygen tanks and one 500 gallon liquid oxygen tank. Responsible for inspection and issue of products from tanks on a daily basis Responsible for the Corrosion control of a fleet of 20 refueling units, five automotive vehicles, seven fuel storage tanks and two type III hydrant refueling site along with 33 hydrant refueling pits; ensuring all storage tanks were free of corrosion in and out-while obtaining samples. Responsible for the maintenance inspection and operation of two Type III Hydrant Refueling system. Consisting of fuel hoses SPR's (Single Point Receptacles) Pipelines, Deep Well Turbine pumps gauges and valve positions and associated dispensing systems to include 33 flight line hydrant refueling pits. Ensured the safe, Dry and efficient transfer of fuel between bulk storage and the hydrant system along with maintaining the integrity of the fueling system. ● Conducted daily, weekly, monthly, semi-annual and annual inspections on bulk storage and cryogenic systems and performed operator maintenance on assigned facilities and equipment by supervising and assisting the LFM personnel in performing filter changes, pipeline, valve, fuel tank maintenance and corrosion control. ● Monitored gauges ensuring proper pressure in pipeline, inspection, maintenance and operation of deep well turbine pumps. Maintained valve positions Eliminating overflow ensuring pressure is maintained across hydrant system. ● Managed/ trained personnel in fuels operations including servicing aircraft, operating the hydrant systems.
Community College of the Air Force2012Associate of Applied Science: Logistics ManagementMaxwell Afb Gunter Annex, Al, USAA.A.S. Logistics Management, Community College of the Air Force, Gunther Annex, AL
Ashford University2014Bachelor of Arts: Organizational ManagementClinton, IA, USB.A. Organizational Management, Ashford University, Clinton, IA - March 2014
EMBA Strayer University\ Jack Welsh Management Institute CharlestonCharleston, Sc, USEMBA Strayer University\ Jack Welsh Management Institute Charleston, Sc. Pending Oct 2015
Air Transportable Hydrant Refueling System School1999CERT: FuelsMacdill Afb, Fl, USAAir Transportable Hydrant Refueling System School July 1999
Air ForceNCOOperations and Logistics specialist, Proven Leader and front line supervisor. Product acceptance/ Quality Control with Boeing 787. Resulting in compliance of safety inspection, pivitol team member, deadlines met and successful delivery. Operations Manager with a Secret Security Clearance-Secret and 15 years of leadership and experience in the United States Air Force; maintenance operations, quality assurance/quality control, and safety procedures derived from conducting global aviation operations. Career supported by Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management, Associates in Logistics Management and a education in Executive Masters in Business Administration. Leadership Maintenance Control Operations Management Conflict Management QA / QC Safety Procedures Training and Development Inventory Management/Aviation Logistics Refueling Systems