Experienced individual seeking a career oriented position within an organization with a positive working environment, competitive salary and benefits to reflect my military skill sets in an effort to be a productive and team-oriented employee in support of the overall success. Skilled professional with 29+ years of military experience in management, coordinating, planning, training development, and supervising specializing in supply and logistics management focusing on identifying requirements, critical thinking, developing deliverables, problem solving, and monitoring results to accomplish missions worldwide. Accomplished leader focusing on implementation strategies and plans to accomplish the management goals and organizational developments while serving as an expert advisor and consultant to Quartermaster leaders within numerous organizations. Performed managerial skills and leadership development initiatives designed to improve organizational performances and training programs with the ability to lead, guide and mentor professionals from different nationalities, cultures, backgrounds and educational levels. Exceptional written and oral communication skills. Currently holding a TOP SECRET-SCI clearance. Multi-level Management
The International Society of Logistics - Demonstrated Master Logistician
01/2013 to 01/2016
Quartermaster Regimental Warrant OfficerU.S. Army – Fort Lee, VA
Primary advisor and consultant to the Commander, US Army Combines Arms Support Command (CASCOM) and the Quartermaster General on all Quartermaster Warrant Officer matters as well as their training and education enterprise.
Shaped the duties, responsibilities, and expectations of Quartermaster Warrant Officers.
Influenced the doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership, education, personnel, and facilities elements of Quartermaster Proponent functions by synchronized efforts and advice to the Quartermaster Commandant.
Reviewed all warrant officer technical training to ensure content is relevant and supports Army Learning Module 2015.
Board member for the Vice Chief of Staff of the Army (VCSA) Senior Warrant Officer Council.
Provided staffing and recommendations for Department of the Army decisions, synchronization, integration, and advice for warrant officer cohort related issues which will impact the future of our Army for the next decade.
01/2012 to 01/2013
Quartermaster Warrant Officer Personnel DeveloperU.S. Army – Fort Lee, VA
Accountable for Active Component (AC) Quartermaster (QM) Warrant Officer professional development and life cycle management issues.
Developed career pattern designs, progression, and upward mobility standards for AC QM Warrant Officers.
Managed the AC QM Warrant Officer Accessions program including application processing and review.
Coordinated with US Army Human Resources Command and Warrant Officer recruiting teams from the U.S.
Army Recruiting Command on accession issues and annual requirements.
Formulated information briefings for training courses as required.
Served as a principle advisor to the QM General and Chief, Office of the Quartermaster General (OQMG) on all matters relating to AC Warrant Officers.
Advised Army leadership on all matters relating to professional development and lifecycle management of AC QM Warrant Officers.
01/2009 to 01/2012
Functional ManagerU.S. Army – Fort Lee, VA
Officer-in-ChargeDRS the Army's Corps/Theater Automated Data Processing Center CTASC
Supervised and mentored seven personnel consisting of Department of the Army civilians and contractors in the daily operations of the DRS.
Accountable for a two-hour transition of CTASC operations from the primary production site located at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama to the DRS if notified of a disaster.
Conducted Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) exercises to validate contingency plans and meet regulatory requirements to include evaluation additions to or changes in supply policies, programs and procedures.
Coordinated information management, design, diagnose, and security of the integrated logistics systems.
Processed daily updates to the server databases to back up the primary CTASC production servers.
Served as the face and promoter of the US Army Materiel Command (USAMC), Logistics Support Agency (LOGSA) capabilities and products within the Fort Lee community.
Developed implementation strategies and strategic plans to accomplish the organizational management goals and organizational development.
01/2006 to 01/2009
Senior Supply Systems TechnicianU.S. Army – Fort Bragg, NC
for the Army's only Airborne Forward Support Company (FSC), dedicated to provide multifunctional combat service support to the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC).
Accountable for all internal/external logistical support for maintenance, supply, ammunition, and food service operations.
Advised five commissioned officers and provided overall training and mentorship to 88 non-commissioned officers on daily logistics supply policies and accountability procedures.
Developed and implemented supply policies in coordination with JSOC staff ensuring all logistical functions and/or procedures are adhered to in accordance with regulatory requirements.
Served as the key logistical advisor to the commander on all facets of logistical interfaces.
01/2004 to 01/2006
Director Warrant OfficerU.S. Army – Fort Lee, VA
Course Director/Writer and Subject Matter ExpertUnited States Army
for the Warrant Officer Advanced Course (WOAC).
Accountable for the overall course administration, standards, quality control, training, advising, and counseling of approximately 130 junior warrant officers annually in Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) 920A, 920B, 921A, and 922A.
Primary Track Phase instructor for MOS 920B, Supply Systems Technician.
Served as Standard Army Retail Supply Systems (SARSS)-1 and 2AC/B instructor for over 1,500 students from the Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC), Combined Logistics Career Course (CLC3), Supply and Services Management Officers (SSMO) Course and reserve Component Officers Advanced Course (RCOAC).
Provided Pre-Command Course (PCC) logistics briefings to incoming battalion/brigade commanders.
Conducted research and provided technical logistics advice to the Quartermaster General and department director.
Responsible for planning, managing, supervising, and coordinating the development of training products which will impact the Army for the next decade.
01/2001 to 01/2004
Senior Supply Systems TechnicianU.S. Army – Fort Bragg, NC
Accountable for the 82d Airborne Division's 7,517 lines of Class IX repair parts valued at over $10 million.
Monitored, received and transmitted requisitions and turn in data among six divisional Forward Distribution Points (FDP), the 2d Corps Materiel Management Center (2CMMC) and wholesale activities.
Maintained the division's Authorized Stockage List (ASL) by conducting annual ASL review and analysis utilizing Dollar Cost banding (DCB) methodology.
Advised the Division Materiel Management Officer (DMMO), Division Support Commander, and the division staff on all facets of supply interfaces by providing independent analysis of specific processes issues in order to evaluate the process and explore logistics solutions.
Developed and implemented supply policies in coordination with division staff.
Personally responsible for the assignment, mentoring, training, and welfare of ten Supply Systems Technicians assigned to the division.
01/2000 to 01/2001
Accountable OfficerU.S. Army – Fort Bragg, NC
for a Class IX General Support Maintenance Supply Support Activity (SSA) within the XVII Airborne Corps, using SARSS1 Objective computer support system; which provides support to six SSAs within the 1st Corps Support Command (COSCOM).
Provided backup support to the 82d Airborne Division to units capable of deploying anywhere in the world within 18 hours.
Managed and maintained an Authorized Stockage List valued at $1.4 million.
Identified and provided solutions to systematic problems which impact on the mission of the SSA.
Accountable for ensuring stock control, storage, and turn in procedures are adhered to in accordance with regulatory requirements.
01/1997 to 01/2000
Depot Supply Systems TechnicianU.S. Army
for an U.S.
Army maintenance depot located in the United Kingdom using Army Material Command Information Computer System (AMCISS) and Army War Reserve Deployment System (AWRDS) Computer Support Systems, which provides Class II, III, IV, VII, and IX supplies in support of the Army Prepositioned Stocks Afloat program with an operating budget of $16 million.
Accountable Officer responsible for the storage and preservation of 363 lines of wholesale Class VII major end items.
Accountable for the receipt, storage, and issue of a 3,146 line Authorized Stockage List (ASL) of Class II, III, IV, VII, and IX supply valued at $2.3 million.
01/1996 to 01/1997
Accountable OfficerU.S. Army – Fort Carson, CO
Officer in Charge of a Supply Support Activity (SSA) in a non-divisional Aviation Intermediate Maintenance company.
Accountable for the management and liability of over 900 lines of aircraft repair parts with an aggregate value of over 9.5 million dollars.
Advised the commander and five platoon leaders on supply procedures relevant to the maintenance support of 4th Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment and additional corps aviation units.
Established job priorities, coordinates computer processes with the Materiel Management Center, conducted location surveys and inventories, and initiated causative research and adjustments, and ensured stock control procedures were adhered to and in accordance with regulatory requirements.
Accountable for the welfare, training and professional development of 26 soldiers, and for the readiness and condition of 40 tactical vehicles.
01/1995 to 01/1996
Supply Systems TechnicianU.S. Army – Fort Carson, CO
for the Division Materiel Management providing Class IX supply support to the 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized).
Accountable for the Document Control and Editing Section (DC&E) which provided input/output transaction control to and from DS4 cycles to include key performance indicators and metrics as well as providing guidance for interpreting and applying order fulfillment.
Provided technical advice in support of four direct support unit Class IX Supply Support Activities that stock in excess of 4,000 NSNs valued at approximately $33 million.
Delivered customer support to 125 separate customer units.
Provided direct supervision over three noncommissioned officers and five junior soldiers.
01/1994 to 01/1995
Supply Systems TechnicianU.S. Army – Fort Carson, CO
for a Forward Support Battalion Supply Support Activity (SSA) using SARSS/ULLS Computer Support Systems, which provides Class IX common supply support to 35 divisional customer units of the 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized).
Managed and maintained an Authorized Stockage List (ASL) valued at $950K, identified and provided solutions to problems which impacted the mission of the SSA to include the review of key performance indicators, metrics.
Accountable for establishing job priorities, coordinating computer processes within the Division Materiel Management Center (DMMC), conducted location surveys, inventories and initiated causative research and adjustments.
Accountable for ensuring that stock control, and storage procedures were adhered to in accordance with regulatory requirements.
Duties also include the safety, health, welfare, and training of 14 soldiers as well as the maintenance and readiness of 30 vehicles.
Masters Business Administration: University of Phoenix - Phoenix, AZ
Bachelor's Degree: Liberal Arts Excelsior College - New York, NY Liberal Arts
Associates Degree: Liberal Arts Pikes Peak Community College - Colorado Springs, CO Liberal Arts