Obtain a position where I can effectively utilize my skills and expertise in the Logistics and Supply Operations field to continue to improve on the organization's long-term performance and the supply chain.
Decision Making and Problem Solving
Team Building and Project Management
Managing and Adapting to change
Consolidated Memorandum ReceiptNovember 2010 to CurrentSupply Systems Analyst
2D Marine Special Operations Battalion | Camp Lejeune, NC Government and Military Perform supervisory and clerical supply support for the property accounting and inventory management for all property facets within the Battalion's area of responsibility, accounting for assets in excess of $120 million.
Prepare data based on analysis and evaluation of supply program activities.
Review and analyze information from automated systems to determine overall supply effectiveness.
The following programs were utilized for data input and management of programs: Total force Structure Management System (TFSMS) Asset Tracking Logistics and Supply System (ATLASS) and Supported Activity Supply System (SASSY) Global Combat Support System- Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) WIR On-Line Process Handler (WOLPH) Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Reporting System (Crane Report) Government-wide Commercial Purchase Card (GCPC) Initiate corrective actions to eliminate systematic deficiencies and brief the Supply Officer concerning issues, proposed solution, and program accomplishments Research inventory discrepancies; perform inventory reconciliation, monitor custodial balances, request physical inventories and process adjustments Compose correspondence in the form of information reports regarding status and problems with the account, briefing on individual account issues, and accomplishments within the office Review findings of investigations of losses, damages, incorrect item identifications, and misplaced items; Integral to planning and determining current and future property requirements.
L-3 CommunicationsMay 2010 to November 2010Material Support Administrator Camp Lejeune, NC
Government and Military Accomplish the technical duties of a Supply Administration and Operations Specialist in retail and wholesale supply in support of assigned missions.
Interpret and understand Class 1 Reports; i.e.
Consolidated Memorandum Receipt (CMR), Table of Authorized Material Report (TAM), Mechanized Allowance List (MAL), Due and Status File (DASF), and CRANE Ensure that all Class 1 Reports are accurate and updated in accordance with relevant Orders Review and interpret Marine Corps Orders and Directives as they pertain to Supply issues Oversee message traffic pertaining to the G-4 equipment sourcing within and external to the Regiment Monitor fielding of new Marine Corps equipment to the battalions Member of internal audit team to ensure that battalions were compliant in accordance with the Field Supply and Maintenance Accounting Office (FSMAO) checklist.
ITT CorporationJuly 2005 to April 2010Senior Analyst Camp Lejeune, NC
Government and Military Provide supply, fiscal, and technical assistance relating to the management of the local activity's allowance listing and assisting the personnel in the daily operations of secondary reparables.
Receive and process requests for secondary reparables and provide lead time information either directly to the customer or through automated data means Receive request for changes, adjustment, and cancellations directly from customers, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), and other Department of Defense agencies Assist the sub-account's maintenance personnel with parts research performing liaison support with the logistical command and system command Receive and distribute Initial Provisioning secondary reparables while providing the intermediate, retail, and wholesale activities with data to support the principle end item during the initial warranted period of service Conduct quarterly site visits to the sub-accounts in order to assist with their operational stocks and provide training Validate proper posting of Demand Based, Special, and Initial Provisioning allowances to the local activity's allowance listing Provide the logistical command with a monthly assessment of of the local activities posture and possible trends Working knowledge of Marine Corps Supply Policy and Regulations, extensive working knowledge of Microsoft Office, make sound recommendations based off of data on management reports, work effectively while multi-tasking.
United States Marine United States Marine CorpsAugust 1992 to July 2005Camp Lejeune, NC
Government and Military Accomplish the technical duties of a Supply Administration and Operations Specialist in retail and wholesale supply within every Marine Corps activity and unit.
Manage the intermediate and organic balance file, stating allowances and operational stocks available Ensure all stock deficiencies are on order Ensure all due in quantities are valid and have current status Ensure all appropriate follow-up actions and reconciliations are performed within the local activity Ensure all customer backorders are accurate and appropriately recorded Ensure reconciliation schedules are adhered to by the supported units Ensure all customer backorders reflect the appropriate priorities Ensure all receipts are processed in a timely manner Ensure all transactions are keypunched in a timely manner and reconciled on a regular basis Emphasis on teamwork and process flow Coordinate and supervise the logistical of inbound and outbound military supplies Supervising subordinates in the systematic flow and tracking of equipment from inbound docks, processing stage, storage, and assemblance for future delivery to customers deployed around the world.
Working knowledge of Marine Corps Supply Policies and Regulations, experience in working with data systems and Microsoft Office.
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Lincoln-West6 1992DiplomaCleveland, Ohio
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