supervisor of operations transportation driver resume example with 9+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Professional Summary

A multi-talented professionally diverse veteran with over 10 years of Naval Service. Experienced in Supervisory/Instructor/Administrative roles and committed to providing goal-oriented success within an organization. A seasoned technician with troubleshooting and problem-solving experience. Trained to provide feedback, mediate interpersonal conflicts, and implement company procedures. Excellent communication and listening skills. To seek and maintain a full-time position in an entry level job to help reach the companies goals for success!

  • Attention to detail, Follow-through, and Focus
  • Mathematical Calculation and Reasoning
  • Records Organization, Data Entry, and Inventory Management.
  • Equipment Operation, Maintenance and Cleaning.
  • Verbal and Written Communication.
  • Customer Service
  • Regulatory Compliance
Pierce College Puyallup, WA Expected in 12/2021 Associate of Science : Chemistry - GPA :
  • Received two "Navy Achievement Medals"(NAM), Multiple recognition service awards/letters provided by professionals outside the company.
  • Completed an extensive "Master Training Specialist" (MTS) certification which allows development, dissemination, and delivery of company related courses necessary to train future Navy professionals.
  • Expertise in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft word to develop organized inventory sheets. Tracking of student attendance and GPA. Listing equipment parts, tools and test equipment spreadsheets. Utilizing templates and creating professional emails.
  • Used Power Point for Intelligence briefings and Instructing classroom curriculum.
Work History
Music And Arts - Supervisor of Operations/Transportation Driver
Forreston, IL, 08/2016 - 02/2017
  • As Transportation Driver; handled laboratory testing documentation, organ and blood containers with proper strapping and bracing techniques to prevent damage to valuable assets during routine daytime operations.
  • Operated 4 government vehicles with safety and skill to avoid accidents and delays. During 3 months of driving, zero incidents were reported. Maintained impeccable records of daily drives, vehicle maintenance, and effectively communicated any issues with transportation staff.
  • As Supervisor of Operations; Led 20 company personnel utilizing effective time management methods when scheduling workload dissemination to adhere to hospital standards. This resulted in 30% increased productivity, set clear objective-oriented goals for junior personnel to achieve, and allowed more flexible work hours to relieve daily stress.
  • Identified team members' core strengths and weaknesses, assigning tasks and offering responsibility to those willing to challenge themselves. This created a"win-win" environment for personal growth and development.
  • Complied with HIPAA standards to confidentially maintain patient medical information.
  • Operated forklifts, pallet jacks, or front-end loaders to load 100's bales, bundles, or other heavy items onto trucks for shipping to smelters or other recycled materials processing facilities.
  • Supervised safe handling, loading, and unloading of trailer operations. Destruction of records, and separation of recyclable materials pertaining to hospital waste/recycling policies.
  • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
United States Naval Service - Assistant Division Leading Petty Officer
City, STATE, 11/2014 - 08/2016
  • As Assistant Leader; Led 7 personnel commitment through daily tasks, implemented teamwork practices, and maintained positive working relationships. These practices contributed to 3 sailors' advancement and received multiple various awards for their hardworking efforts.
  • As Training Officer; Provided 10 hours of professional development skills and knowledge which successfully promoted 3 personnel.
  • Conducted 2 hours of Bi-weekly training of overall missions duties. This training honed their skills necessary to provide accurate analysis, rapid identification, and timely reporting, which decreased errors by 90% when reported.
  • Leading Analyst; Supervised 2 operators in analyzing, collecting, and deciphering over 2,000 SEI (Specific Emitters of Interest) signals and produced 5,000 ELINT (Electronic Signals Intelligence) reports during day-to-day operations while employed overseas.
  • As Food Service Manager; Organized and oversaw food service training to educate 11 employees on resetting tables, safe operation of beverage machines, relaying orders to cooks for over 50,000 meals while providing excellent customer service to 309 crew members.
  • Maintained compliance with company policies and procedures for food safety, sanitation, and quality.
US Navy - Instructor
City, STATE, 10/2011 - 11/2014
  • As Naval Electronic Warfare (EW) Instructor; Certified in all eight EW "F" school courses of instruction at CID learning site, delivered 538 hours of instruction to 189 multi-service students, those graduated with 90% cumulative GPA and re-certified.
  • Evaluated and revised 40 lesson plans, updated course visual content to achieve multi-service student-centered learning. Applied various teaching styles and methods to minimize learning gaps. Implemented effective learning strategies that boosted borderline failure students' test scores by 20%.
  • Created, implemented, and graded numerous written and oral assessments.
  • As Subject Matter Expert(SME); Qualified 3 instructors in 8 courses in 2-month deadline. This jump-started professional instructors' readiness to take over as SME's.
  • As Security Custodian; Directly responsible for safe handling, storage, and security procedures involved with obtaining and utilization of classified information. This resulted in zero security violations.
  • As Supply Officer; Coordinated logistical requirements with civilian counterparts and managed office budget of $19,000 USD. Compared high demand materials vs company niceties to support morale were deliberately balanced. Reduced wasteful spending by 1,000's of USD in order to maximize budget spent.
  • Supervised healthy inventory systems, monitoring product stock, maintained receipt files, and input data into computer spreadsheets for long-term tracking.
US Navy - Electronics Technician/Intelligence Analyst
City, STATE, 09/2007 - 10/2011
  • As Intelligence Analyst; Conducted 20 intelligence briefings, analyzed 100+ vessels of interest, participated in 6 multi-national exercises deployed overseas. Produced and disseminated over 300+ reports to offshore Intelligence headquarters. This information broadened Command of 6th Fleet Forces (C6F) capabilities, Rear-Admiral of C6F honored this accomplishment "Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal" (N.A.M).
  • As Work Center Supervisor (WCS); Directed weekly maintenance reports for two vastly different divisions. Teamwork was essential to plan, coordinate and delegate workload to meet high readiness standards. After grueling "Materials, Maintenance, and Management" (3M) certification inspection, both divisions graded overall 90% successful.
  • As Combat Systems Training Team (CSTT) member; Directed and implemented dozens of causality control exercises to train 3 EW operators in emergency response and fire/electrical safety procedures.
  • As Electronics Technician; Led 9 sailors to refurbish all 4 MK36 EW systems in 3-month deadline. Which saved $84,000 USD for replacement costs. Earned letter of recognition by Afloat Training Group (ATG) Mayport Florida for this feat.
  • Soley was responsible for certifying, operating, and training 3 personnel to be qualified to work on all EW-related systems. Performed 100's of hours of routine system checks to stay 100% mission ready.
  • Utilized various types of measurement tools and equipment: Such as oscilloscopes, multimeters, voltage calibrators, spectrum analyzers, and other technical instruments to perform weekly routine maintenance and support troubleshooting efforts.
  • Used information in technical diagrams, schematics, and manuals to understand operations and make successful repairs.
  • Maintained system logs or manuals to document testing or operation of equipment.

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School Attended

  • Pierce College

Job Titles Held:

  • Supervisor of Operations/Transportation Driver
  • Assistant Division Leading Petty Officer
  • Instructor
  • Electronics Technician/Intelligence Analyst


  • Associate of Science

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