EMPLOYMENT OBJECTIVE Maintenance and Logistics Supervisor in the U.S. Army in which my 20 years of value added experience as a team leader will be a valuable asset to your organization. KEY STRENGTHS, SKILLS, ABILITIES Strong team builder and team leader in a maintenance environment. Excellent ability to communicate effectively with both customers and staff. Proven ability to manage complex business in a multi-tasking environment. Highly organized, with superior problem solving and analytical abilities.
First Aid certified
Senior Maintenance Supervisor, 01/2009 to 07/2012 U.S. Army – Baumholder
Advise six military units on maintenance and labor issues; train junior team leaders on preventive maintenance checks and services on various equipment.
I also advise 12.
Automated Logistics Specialist, on Standard Army Maintenance System 1E operations, and the ordering of repair parts.
Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.
Maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment worth more than $10 million.
Planned and briefed personnel on missions.
Reviewed disciplinary and other adverse actions and made recommendations.
Maintenance Supervisor, 01/2008 to 01/2009 U.S. Army – Baghdad
Manage the maintenance of $66 million worth of equipment that was critical in daily operations.
I establish and relocated the maintenance facility twice, and maintaining 100% accountability of personnel, repair parts, and equipment worth $98 million.
Senior Maintenance Supervisor, 01/2006 to 01/2008 U.S. Army – Kaiserslautern
As senior maintenance supervisor, supervised the management, maintenance, and ongoing upkeep of 4 military units.
This position required daily interaction with civilians, and contractors, often involving customer issues and dispute resolutions.
Battalion Motor Sergeant, 01/2004 to 01/2005 U.S. Army – Baghdad
Supervise and manage the completion of 5,000 work orders.
Custom tailored parts stockroom worth over $2 million.
Develop a 24-hour operation to maintain a continuous operation during combat operations.
Emphasis on safety resulted in no accidents despite 100,000 man-hours during twelve-month period.
Maintenance Support and Component Rebuild Superv, 01/2002 to 01/2004 U.S. Army – Fort Irwin, CA
Supervised the repair and inspection of jobs from a fleet of 4,200 wheeled vehicles; supervises and instructs on proper repair of power plants, automotive transmissions, and fuel systems; diagnoses and troubleshoots malfunctions in automotive systems and components.
Supervise the disassembly and rebuild of differentials, steering gears, and 6.2-liter engines.
Saved the U.S.
Army over $750,000 in a six-month period, with the rebuild program.
Automotive Repair Supervisor, 01/1997 to 01/2002 U.S. Army – Mannheim
Responsible for the operation and production of 71 customer units; responsible for the appropriate diagnosis and repairs on all automotive jobs; maintain accountable for equipment worth $1.5 million.
Automotive Repair Specialist, 01/1993 to 01/1996 U.S. Army – Fort Hood, TX
Maintain maintenance repairs for 1,100 vehicles; perform initial, in-process, and final inspections on all vehicles; performed minor repairs as necessary during initial inspection to preclude the necessity for further maintenance.
Bachelor of Science: Bussiness Administration, Current Trident University International - Cypress, CA
Emphasis in Logistics
Army Commendation Medal (2002, 2004, 2004,2007, 2009) Army Achievement Medal (1995, 1996, 1999, 2001, 2008, 2009) Standard Army Maintenance Systems 1E, Baumholder, Germany (2009) Maintenance Leaders Course, Vilseck, Germany (2006) Equal Opportunity Course, Fort, Irwin, California (2004) Hazardous Material/Waste Handlers Training, Fort Irwin, California (2002) OSHA Compliance Course, Fresno, California (2002) Supervisor Development Course, Mannheim, Germany (2001) Primary Leadership Development Course, Grafenwoehr, Germany (2000).
NTC Hazardous Material / Waste Handling Course OSHA Compliance Course Equal Opportunity Representative Course Consideration of Others Training Standard Army Maintenance System 1E Leaders Standard Army Management Info System Course Environmental Compliance Officer Course Digital Trainer Management System Master Trainer Course
PERSONAL INFORMATION Married with three children, two boys and one girl. Community involvement includes organizing and sponsoring local fundraisers support various youth groups. Interest and activities are: reading, running, and working out. Cited work: http://www.monster.com http://www.writinghelptools.com/rcovsample.htm1