Supply Chain Manager and Military Veteran with 7 years of experience budgeting, procurement management, and warehouse management. Accomplished measurable results leading teams of up to 12 personnel in dynamic fast-paced environments. Validated system analyses between multiple accounting programs for Marine Corps equipment and material upwards of $210,522,051. Managed Marine Corps equipment and materials to include storage, inventory, shipping, quality assurance, and processing adjustment transactions, receipts, and exchanges. Possess extensive knowledge in Requisition Process, Inventory Control, Material Handling, Record Keeping, and Global Combat Service Support Marine Corps (GCSS-MC), Defense Property Accounting System (DPAS), and PR Builder.
Supervised and team of 12 personnel managing the issue and regeneration of over $60.3M worth of equipment that includes compliance with local bilateral agreements and contracts. Oversaw the technical execution of registered requirements and the process of material accountability and asset management to include procurement, distribution, shipping, receiving, and warehouse operations.
Supervised the day to day operations of 25 Supply Clerks responsible for receiving of equipment and material within internal and external compliance. Coordinated the shipping, transfer, and receiving of assets to and from multiple locations to include maritime ports.
Offered expertise in inventory management and current stock levels to internal teams and customers to facilitate accuracy and product availability at the Reparable Issue Point (RIP).
Systems and Programs: Product Data Reporting Evaluation Program (PDREP), FEDLOG, Crane, Standard Accounting Budgeting and Reporting System (SABRS), Defense Property Accounting System (DPAS), Global Combat Service Support-Marine Corps (GCSS-MC), PR Builder
Software: Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Sharepoint
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