Veteran seeking to transition from the Army to a lead supply technician position. Offers expertise in property accountability, logistics, and contract management in the Army. Detail-oriented property manager with 24 years in acquisitions and leadership roles. Diligent team player with extensive knowledge of contracting operations. Extensively trained to managed property using Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE). Strong interpersonal, written and communication skills, with a proven ability to interact with personnel at all levels. Highly motivated, and works well with team members, contractors, and various organizations. Effective negotiator, for a variety of supplies, commodities, services, equipment, and construction contracts. Demonstrated ability to plan, manage budgets, and monitor contract performance for compliance with terms and conditions of contracts. Possess an active DOD Secret Clearance.
Selected by the Post Command Sergeant Major to serve as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the
command on logistics, equipment, and contract issues during the transition of the Director of Logistics
to the Army Materiel Command
Formally commended by the Commanding General for superb accountability, supervisory actions and
Selected by the ACofS G4 as the G4 NCOIC; a position that required superb competencies in logistics
planning, inspecting, auditing, training, and documents review for compliance
Selected to perform duties as Brigade Property Book Office; a position normally held by a Warrant
Selected as Cadre of the Cycle
Received Commendable Ratings during IG Inspection
Received Commendable Ratings during FORSCOM CSDP Inspections
Awarded 3 Meritorious Service Medals
Awarded 3 Army Commendation Medals
Awarded 7 Army Achievement Medal
Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Received Humanitarian Service Medal
Received the Command General's Award for Excellence
Earned the "Honor Graduate" award at the Advanced Leader's Course
Consistently maintained a 3.8 GPA while taking college courses
Served as the Senior Logistics NCO responsible for implementing a logistics training focused environment for students deploying in support of Army operations that improves the overall service and supply operations at every level. Conducted qualitative and quantitative analysis of logistics operations to improve basic individual supply knowledge required for combat operations. Defined appropriate metrics and measurements to drive results in an effort to improve logistical readiness. Observed
students to supply instructors with feedback regarding potential learning blocks and opportunities for support. Helped prepare daily lesson plans for activities and lessons.Supplied one-on-one attention to students who needed extra guidance, while maintaining overall focus on the entire group. Supported students in developing strategies for individual needs and classroom group dynamics. The development and implementation of this logistics white cell has become a pillar of training for the Army, and has directly impacted how Soldiers oversee and execute accountability and contractual requirements in theatre.
Acted as a liaison amongst Fort Polk's ACof S G4, the Logistics Support team, the Directorate of Logistics, Fort Bragg's 406th Field Support Brigade and Forces Command, the Army Material Command, contractors, carriers, and all customers requiring logistical support on Fort Polk. Responsible for improving customer relations, contractor performance, and deadline compliance. Monitored equipment listed as a high priority for training and combat operations to guarantee on-time delivery.
Completed all necessary documents and other paperwork required to synchronize requirements at every level. Oversaw the organizing and equipment storage in stockyard areas. Exhibited strategic leadership and foresight in support of long and short-range training and deployment events. Built partnerships with local organizations to increase productivity and improve services. Coordinated rush orders and order changes to facilitate unit ever changing requirements. Prepared reports each year to
present accomplishments and progress to executive staff. Managed a multi-million dollar budget with special emphasis on cost savings, contract service support reductions, improved quality of work, and work facility renovations. Drafted action plans and led meetings with department executives to review.
project status and proposed changes. Delivered status reports to stakeholders for budgeting and
planning purposes. Collaborated with cross-functional teams to draft project schedules and plans.
Monitored costs, timescales and resources used to achieve the command's goals. Monitored team
progress, contractor performance, and enforced deadlines to ensure FORSCOM's RESET standards
were achieved. Monitored inventory results and directed appropriate actions be taken in accordance
with applicable regulations. Provided logistics training and guidance to all supply personn
Assisted the G4 in planning, coordinating, and supervising logistical support to all units assigned and attached the JRTC and Fort Polk area; responsible for supply, maintenance, service and support, plans, policies, and logistical operations for FOSCOM's early deploying units and the JRTC training units. Conducted Command Supply Discipline Inspections, Trained seniors, peers, and subordinates to improve supply operations. Reviewed contracts and financial liability of property loss documents to
ensure compliance. Prepared written recommendations to the command regarding financial liability of personnel who lost, damaged, or destroyed government property. Monitored contractor's performance. Advised the command of non-compliance issues, provided resolutions, and made cost savings recommendations. Delivered status reports to stakeholders for budgeting and planning purposes. Collaborated with cross-functional teams to draft project schedules and plans. Monitored costs, timescales, and resources used to achieve production goals. Monitored team progress and enforced deadlines.Served as the single point of contact for project scheduling and changes.Negotiated contracts with outside providers to minimize costs to the installation and units. Coordinated the scheduling, fielding, issue, storage,and transportation of equipment required for training and deployment for all organizations on post. Communicated all emergencies, delays due to weather and carrier schedule changes to customers and supervisors. Coordinated rush orders and order changes. Resolved problems for customers, warehouses and carriers. Acted as a liaison between logistics, carriers, and customers. Reviewed bills of lading, and updated shipment status information to document receipt of equipment. Monitored shipments to guarantee on-time delivery. Completed all necessary documents and other paperwork for reports to higher headquarters. Oversaw the organizing and product storage in stockyard areas. Compiled reports each year to present accomplishments and progress, advised of personnel shortfalls and funding issues to executive management. Built partnerships with local organizations to increase company offerings and improve services.Reviewed new customer orders and requests and manually entered data into a centralized database. Consequently, the logistical readiness, quality of services, delivery of good and services, and overall supply knowledge has dramatically improved on Fort Polk.
Instructed, and supervised subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures.Planed and analyzed operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards, and procedural directives. Supervised preparation of materiel control and
accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents. Initiated contracts, monitored contractor performance, and made appropriate recommendations for changes. Inspected and evaluated inventory management activities. Directed supply personnel in establishment and maintenance of supply and inventory control management functions. Analyzed statistical data to determine effectiveness. Reconciled problems in automated supply accounting system. Computed, established, and directed modification to authorized stock levels. Planned and organized receipt, issue, salvage and maintenance of records for all classes of supply. Ensured compliance with current regulations and directives pertaining to financial inventory, accounting, and stock funding. Determined current and projected repair requirements. Directed lateral redistribution of stock. Performed supervisory duties of 6 civilian personnel and 20 unit supply personnel. Conducted inspection of activities to ensure compliance with standards of serviceability, reclamation, salvage, and disposal procedures. Conducted warehousing surveillance and inspections. Prepared reports on
personnel and equipment availability, storage space, relocation of materiel, and warehouse denials. Established issue schedules and procedures for daily operations. Contributed immeasurably to the battalion S4 and all six unit supply rooms receiving a commendable rating during the IG inspection. Awarded the Cadre of the Cycle for excellence and leadership.
Served as the brigade property book officer for a rapid deployment brigade. Managed a property valued over $65 million with no loss of accountability. Initiated and processed hundreds on contracts.
Ordered and tracked 5.3 million dollars of equipment to reconstitute the Command Post. Monitored contractor's performance to ensure compliance as agreed on contract. Maintained accountability of 50
hand-receipts. Managed a multi-million dollar budget. Instructed, and supervised subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures. Planned and analyzed operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards, and procedural directives. Supervised preparation of materiel control and accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents. Inspected and evaluated inventory management activities. Analyzed statistical data to determine effectiveness of technical edit. Computed, established, and directed modification to authorized stock levels. Planned and organized receipt, issue, salvage and maintenance of records for all classes of supply. Ensured compliance with current regulations and directives pertaining to financial inventory, accounting, and stock funding. Determined current and projected repair requirements. Directed lateral redistribution of stock. Conducted inspection of subordinate activities to ensure compliance with standards of serviceability, reclamation, salvage, and disposal procedures. Conducted warehousing surveillance and inspections. Prepared reports on personnel and equipment availability, storage space, relocation of materiel, and warehouse denials. Established issue and turn-in schedules and procedures. Received commendable ratings during the IG inspection, and drastically improved the logistical readiness of the brigade.
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