REGIONAL WAREHOUSE ASL MGR. SENIOR LOGISTICIAN LOGISTICS ENGINEER
Experience WMS functionality ,setup, Integration Strong Employee Engagement Skills Experience in ISO environment and ISO auditing Six Sigma & Lean Manufacturing Methodologies Customer Relations Specialist Strong proficiency in MS Office, SAP, Excel Multi-unit Operations Management at fast pace Project Development and Lifecycle Management Vendor sourcing and Inventory management Environmental, Health & Safely Management Quality & Safety Assurance Standards High-Tech Production & Maintenance Operation Diverse Team Building, Mentoring & Training OSHA-30 Certified
CAREER FOCUS: LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT, WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS, MILITARY MAINTENANCE, TRAINER.
Over 20 Years of Leadership and Management Experience, including Supervision of High- Performance Teams.
Extensive background leading and managing Multi-Location Operations Management, Domestic and Global Logistics World Wide.
Successfully improving Productivity and Costs through Quality, Safety, and Training Solutions.
Combine leadership and technical skills to identify, evaluate, and resolve problems with large-scale, complex operations, often within heavily regulated exposure to DOD I 5000.64, ISO9000, 9001, 14001 and SOF, CJSOTF and TSOC environments.
Military maintenance and supply background.
Experience operating functional duties with minimal guidance in a fast paced environment.
Proficient use of the following systems, Log Mastre, Property Book Unit Supply-Enhanced (PBUSE), Air Force Equipment Management System (AFEMS), Defense Property Accounting System (DPAS), Supported Activities Supply System (SASSY), The Army Maintenance Management System(TAMMS), SAMS-1E User's Manual, Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW) , Supply Assets Tracking System, Standard Base Supply System ,Unit Level Logistics System-Ground, Integrated Logistics Analysis Program, Equipment Down Analyzers and Federal Logistics.
Repeated success guiding highly skilled, cross-functional teams; able to build solid relationships with upper-level Executive Leaders , Military Leaders and achieve consensus across multiple organizational levels.
Extensive experience managing multimillion-dollar budgets, program, and project management.
Proficient setting and achieving goals despite limited resources and tight time frames.
Excellent Trainer, Mentor, Facilitator, Coach, and Problem solver.
Regional Warehouse ASL Mgr. Senior Logistician Logistics Engineer04/2014 to 10/2014 ManTech International CorporationBagram, Afghanistan
Supervises and manage 35 personnel, regionally over 10 Forward Operating Bases within Northern Afghanistan.
Coordinate with the other Senior Logisticians or Supply Supervisor on operations and update part quantities for locations reflecting their ASL Warehouse inventories in the LogMastre and SAMS-E database and life cycle logistics supporting Expeditionary Logistics.
Assist in analyzing, modeling and optimizing distribution networks using logistics software and covering locations of sites, allocation of resources, inventory placement and size, selection of transportation mode, freight consolidation, closed loop tours, dedicated opportunities, continuous moves, etc.
Assist in collecting, processing and maintaining data for analysis.
Manage all repair parts: Physical receipt of pallets from military/ commercial designated locations.
Send unserviceable but repairable parts to regional repair site.
Issue repair parts to mechanics / Shop Foreman.
Update all issue items in database with APO MRAP government staff and military leaders.
Check SSA daily for incoming parts.
Check CRSP daily for incoming and out-going shipments.
Conduct stock management and conduct periodic demand analysis: Take receipt of and identify all newly purchased or transferred GFP.
Ensure that the sites under my area of responsibility are organized in the most efficient manner and presents a neat, clean and professional appearance.
Executed supply control functions IAW AR 710-2, Chapter 3 Section III, DA PAM 710-2-1 and DA PAM 710-2-2.
This function includes requirements computation, requisitioning, receipt storage, issue, disposition, recovery and shipping.
Regional Property Asset Manager Logistics Analyst04/2013 to 04/2014 ManTech International CorporationBagram, Afghanistan
Applied and managed FAR 13-SAP (Simplified Acquisition Procedures) for purchases and FAR 45- 52 Government Property service contract for all assigned and subsequently government-furnished vehicles types: IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity, FFP (Federal Financial Participation), T&M (Time & Materials), CPFF (Cost Plus Fixed Fee),CPAF (Cost Per Action Fix), Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS), Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced, Supply Assets Tracking System, and the Standard Base Supply System.
Oversees and coordinates program activities designed to ensure effective logistics support of training systems/devices.
That provided pre- and post-award acquisition support to procure supplies and services in accordance with the DFAR, FAR and agency regulations.
Analyzes contractual commitments, customer specifications, design changes, and other data to plan and develop logistic program activities from conceptual stage through life-cycle of product.
Executed supply control functions IAW DA PAM 710-2-1 and DA PAM 710-2-2.
This function includes requirements computation, requisitioning, receipt storage, issue, disposition, recovery and shipping.
Integrated Logistics Property Manager12/2008 to 12/2011 ManTech International CorporationSchofield Barracks, HI
Defined project deliverables and monitored status of tasks while establishing and maintaining accountability of assigned military and commercial property valued at $300,000,000.00 dollars with zero loses.
Initiated, planned, executed, controlled and close several U.S Army's Left Behind Equipment induction processes for the U.S.Army Material Command on time and exceeded all command goals during the 25th Ensures ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations was updated and managed 10 project databases.
Demonstrated a broad knowledge of multiple supply disciplines including, but not limited to, logistics management, inventory management, supply policy, property accountability procedures, cataloging, asset visibility, logistics management information systems and Service supply systems.
The employee establishes and maintains property accountability records.
Coordinates and executes chain of custody transactions for Major Force Program (MFP)-11 equipment in accordance with DOD I 5000.64 and command policies.
Examines materiel for shortages, overages and obvious damage and coordinates any discrepancies with appropriate supervision.
Responsible for interpreting and administering property accounting procedures, applies regulations and Command policies, and other directives affecting property administration and accountability.
Works with Headquarters, Equipment Custodians, and Hand Receipt Holders to establish suspense files for equipment authorizations awaiting updates while performing extensive fact finding and investigation when required to identify and recommend corrective actions.
Supervised established DoD procedures to process unit and activity requests for Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC).
Prepares DoD directed property accountability and visibility reports.
Uses automated, web based Accountable Property Systems of Records (APSRs), DoD Logistics Tools and equipment tracking for Asset Visibility including, but not limited to Property Book Unit Supply-Enhanced (PBUSE), Army Enterprise System Integration Program (AESIP), Air Force Equipment Management System (AFEMS), Defense Property Accounting System (DPAS) Supported Activities Supply System (SASSY), Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), and Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW) for property accounting, researching authorizations, developing reports, etc.
Senior Inventory Manager/PBUSE Property Book Analyst12/2007 to 12/2008 ManTech International CorporationSchofield Barracks, HI
Completing cyclic and sensitive items inventories, relocation of equipment and materials with zero loses, organized equipment and maintained military property accountability valued at $101,678.465.00.
While performing to contract specifications, technical orders, manufacturers' catalogs, stock lists, FEDLOG, and other available guides in identifying material.
Prepared necessary documentation to account for military property through cyclic and sensitive items inventories use of relevant Internet data bases PBUSE, Integrated Logistics Supply Analysis, Logistics Information Warehouse, Standard Dept.
of Defense Advanced Maintenance-2, Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced, Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS), Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced, Supply Assets Tracking System, and the Standard Base Supply System ,Unit Level Logistics System-Ground, Integrated Logistics Analysis Program, Equipment Down Analyzers and Federal Logistics.
Collaborate with senior managers and decision makers to identify and solve a variety of problems and to clarify management objectives.
Logistics and Technology Acquisition Coordinator12/2004 to 12/2007 Serco NA Installation Management AgencyFT Meade, MD
Analyzes and evaluates cost and pricing data elements to determine price reasonableness for major acquisitions with limited precedent data available.
Administers long-term acquisitions, high monetary value complex contracts for procurements of extensive, highly specialized new or innovative equipment systems, research, and facilities construction and services affecting major agency programs and having significant impact on contractors' operations and on local geographic areas.
Experience in conducting acquisition support activities such as Programmatic issues, Required Sources, Advance Acquisition Plan, Market Research, Small Business Coordination, Source Sought, Synopsis, Technical Evaluation Ratings, Determination of Responsibility, Determination of Price Reasonableness, Determination of Best Value, Determination of Pre- Solicitation Notice, Notice to Successful Offer, Notice to Unsuccessful Offer, COTR Nominations and COTR Appointments, Congressional Notification.
Inventory Special Division Manager12/1999 to 07/2004 Wal-Mart Stores IncBentonville, Ark
Proficient knowledge of Inventory Procedures, Property Book, Automated Detection Procedure (ADP) techniques in monitoring the Information Management Associates (IMA) resources prevented losses and ensured the full protection of occupants.
Operated surveillance systems and patrolled grounds; wrote informative reports to update management on all security matters; immediately responded to security violations, alarms, and other emergency situations.
Trained users of IMA resource computers, satellite data links telephones, copiers, facsimile machines and audiovisual equipment; resolved basic software applications problems; and provided direct automation support to district users and IM personnel.
Awarded "Certificate of Achievement" for inventorying, identifying and reporting internal theft, annually.
Apprehended numerous shoplifter's by recognizing suspicious behavior, using available Local area network surveillance systems and taking action at the appropriate time.
Senior Operations Advisor01/1996 to 11/1999 UNITED STATES ARMYSan Antonio, TX
Budgeted and allocated $750,000.00 per QTR for sustainment services and supplies.
Planned and assembled training and logistics packets for deployments and redeployments.
Supervised and managed the administration of property records totaling more than $14 M Coordinated more than $7 million in contracts from initial request through the contract award.
Controlled 15 sub-accounts averaging more than $1.5 million in charges annually.
Assigned COR's to supervise the completion of the contracts in 8 detached locations.
Assistant-Director12/1994 to 01/1996 UNITED STATES ARMYSan Antonio, TX
Oversee all activities within maintenance/replacement parts operation.
Supervise team of 278 military-civilian team members, provide support to over 1,500 personnel, and deliver training for over 1,000 participants.
Plan and administer $7.2 million budget.
Manage full cycles of projects to meet time and cost directives.
Ensure adherence to operational policies and procedures, implementing steps for corrective actions as needed.
Maintain quality and safety objectives.
Selected Highlights: Generated $1.4 million-plus savings, exceeding initial objective of $477,000, through prudent management of 100+ high-value commodities.
Facilitated $2.1 million savings within 3-year period through implementation of Lean and Six Sigma principles.
Introduced procedures that became new SOPs.
Established and coordinated working environments for 340 team members at full status in response to Hurricane Andrew disaster.
Avionics Department Manager11/1992 to 12/1993 UNITED STATES ARMYFt Bragg, NC
Led team of 146 in production activities, supplying equipment and team members to domestic and global locations.
Oversaw 8 separate branches, supervising the repair of over 16,000 pieces of equipment.
Managed total inventory of -$52 million.
Handled all escalated issues, working jointly with team to address and resolve issues.
Selected Highlights: Developed and implemented training program to improve team members' knowledge for job performance and advancement opportunities, leading to 16% increase in advancements.
Achieved joint service cooperation and accomplishment of mission while supporting 8 operations in 4 different geographical areas.
Improved time for repairs and reissues by 25% through leading team in using Lean/Six.
Sigma knowledge and tools, combining 2 separate work centers.
Maintenance Operations Manager01/1990 to 01/1992 UNITED STATES ARMYFt Bragg, NC
In charge of all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities involving 24 aircraft, with emphasis on quality and time Objectives.
Trained, coached, and supervised team of 164 across 9 production work centers.
Prepared and managed annual budget of $ 5 million.
Selected Highlights: Created and introduced both short-range and long-term scheduled maintenance plans to maintain maximum asset availability during activities.
Developed and delivered training program that enabled cross-learning for team members, improving group readiness by 25%.
Created rotation schedule that divided talent throughout the department, resulting in improved capabilities to handle emergencies and crises.
Quality Assurance Department Manager12/1988 to 12/1989 UNITED STATES ARMYFT Hood, TX