I want to contribute to an organization that
can use professional experience of over
21 years in Logistics.
Expert supply manager who is skilled at
managing shipping and receiving, inventorying, warehousing, and
automated supply management
while training and supervising employees, enforcing safety and quality
and resolving tough problems.
Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access. Utilized specialized software programs for accounting and supply management. Trained on logistics tools such as Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW), LOGSA, FEDLOG, SAMS, PBUSE, and TAMMS. Knowledge and experience with SAMS-2 and SAMS-E.
Extensive on-the-job and formal training in quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) during years of military service.
Army correspondence courses: Completed hundreds of hours of coursework in leadership and technical supply subjects and many other subjects including effective writing and world history through the Army Correspondence Course Program.
Supply Technician, 11/2015 － CurrentSPAWAR(GOODWILL) － Portsmouth, VA
Administrative Specialist for Supply
Chain Management in support of competency codes 188.8.131.52 -
Warehousing and 184.108.40.206 - Supply & Property Management. Maintain accountability and provide
of all Operating Material and Supplies (OM&S) to ensure compliance with
and completed annual program reviews in accordance with SPAWARINST 4440.12,
OM&S, GFP, CAP, PP&E and Inventory. In preparation for data transfer to
ERP 1.1, conducted an analysis
of inventory data within
the SABAR database to develop a plan for 100 percent asset verification and
validation for over 200
assigned programs. Assisted Data Cleansing Team identifying and correcting
logistics data residing in SABAR ensuring logistics data brought forward and
uploaded into Navy
100% accurate. As AN Assistant Tidewater area, conduct inventories, build
material masters, process
issues and receipts, store
assets and perform bin-to-bin transfers in both ERP and CMPro. Coordinated
warehouse facilities under
Code 43230 Program Warehousing control.
Provide guidance on all logistics
of assigned programs. Established and maintain an open line of communication
and coordination with
200 program leads and business financial managers (BFMs) throughout the
program leads and BFMs with accurate monthly inventory and property reports of
Liaison between SPAWAR Facilities and Tidewater area warehouses for any
problems and/or assistance
required. Coordinate with
warehouse inventory managers to ensure vital supplies and equipment is
continuously available for
use. Identify and inspect excessive,
obsolete and unserviceable assets to be
for reutilization within Defense Logistics Agency. Verified and approved
material processed for
Defense Reutilization and
Marketing Services turn-in. Identify and
correct erroneous inputs into ERP and
databases. Through the use of WebFLIS,
One Touch Support, LogiQuest, Haystack Gold Logistics
Management System and
manufactures' websites, assist program leads and inventory managers in properly
assets to be uploaded into ERP and CMPro databases. Perform monthly facility and safety
inspections on all assigned
facilities to ensure proper storage procedures are being met. Manage facility work
to ensure compliance with fire, safety and security regulations. Utilize knowledge of acquisition
regulations and statutes to
plan and execute supply requirements with the Integrated Process & Product
(IPPT) process. Provide
guidance to IPT leads, program managers, engineers, and technicians on
and Procedures. Attend bi-weekly team meetings to ensure mission, vision and
goal objectives are
continuously being exceeded and/or met.
SALES/SUPPLY CLERK, 11/2011 － 11/2013Navy Exchange － Virginia Beach, VA
for the issue, shipping, and accountability of merchandise, while providing
service. Instrumental in inventorying
merchandise received by the department to ensure 100% accountability.
Additionally, account for
shortages in the event of any merchandise missing upon receipt
SUPPLY MANAGER, 03/2011 － 03/2013Honeywell Technology Solutions － FT. Eustis, VA
Directly responsible for accountability and
visibility actions for a designated set of equipment. Responsible
conduct of thorough and accurate inventories of designated equipment utilizing
military manuals and supply catalogs in support of external (contractual
internal (Government Furnished)
equipment. Knowledge of standardized
supply regulations, policies, and
procedures and other
applicable guidance relating to receipt and/or issue of stock or property
PROPERTY MANAGER, 11/1989 － 11/2010U.S. Army － Norfolk, VA
Directed four unit supply managers in establishing and
managing supply and inventory control management functions while coordinating
logistical activities throughout the battalion. Ensured the materiel readiness
of a battalion's major pieces of field artillery equipment. Maintained
accountability of $2.5 million in equipment and assured zero loss of property
during lateral transfers of equipment.
Trained, supervised, and mentored four middle managers and seven soldiers.
Performed leadership duties in a decisive and positive manner. Continuously
trained junior employees to accept more responsibility through conducting
frequent inspections as a training and teaching tool.
EXPERTISE: Applied my expert knowledge of the Department of the Army (DA), U.S.
Army Materiel Command (AMC), and ASC command structure for the LBE Program.
Applied my knowledge of supporting maintenance operations including Field
Logistics Readiness Division (FLRD) and Directorate of Logistics (DOL).
Demonstrated my expert knowledge of maintenance, supply, safety and
environmental regulations and logistics information systems such as SAMS,
PBUSE, and Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW).
Coordinated with the maintenance program, preventive maintenance program, class
IX, Automated Logistic Management Systems, and customer support systems. Served
as the commander's in-house expert and trusted technical advisor on supply
issues. Coordinated with external agencies and contractors.
SYSTEMS: Was instrumental in the conversion from the ULLS-G program to the
SAMS-E program and coordinated appropriate training needed to operate SAMS-E.
Trained supply technicians in the new software.
Applied my vast technical knowledge of the Army's supply and logistics systems
by quickly procuring repair parts in order to minimize downtime for critical
mission essential equipment.
ASSURANCE: Was recognized for identifying supply trends and proactively
implementing solutions. Conducted assistance visits to subordinate
organizations and performed regular supply program reviews to identify “best
practices” and lessons learned to improve supply programs. Worked closely with
the battalion maintenance supervisor to ensure efficient battalion maintenance
operations. Monitored battalion logistics.
Received a coin from the Command Sergeant Major in recognition of my flawlessly
performing the duties of both battalion S4 and CERFP LOG NCOIC.
PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS: An exceptional leader, manager, organizer, and mentor.
A wise and efficient manager of Army resources. Exceptional organizational
1989 Poughkeepsie High School － Poughkeepsie, New York, DutchessHigh School DiplomaBasic Studies
2012ST. Leo University － Tampa, FloridaAssociate of ArtsLiberal Arts
Highly resourceful logistics manager with strong written and verbal communication skills. Outstanding diagnostician and technical problem solver who enjoys teaching junior employees.
AWARDS MEDALS: Army Commendation Medals, Army Achievement Medals, Army Good Conduct Medals, and numerous Certificates of Achievement.
PERSONAL Highly resourceful logistics manager with strong written and verbal communication skills. Outstanding diagnostician and technical problem solver who enjoys teaching junior employees.