To utilize my skills, knowledge and training acquired during my military career to obtain a position with a well-established organization that fosters a stable environment that will lead to a lasting relationship in the field of business and customer service.
Effective team leader
Trained in emergency response
Fluent in Kreyol
Supply and logistics planning
Hazardous Material Technician certified
Awarded the Army Achievement Medal in 2013 & 2015
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Air Force Commendation Medal
Meritorious Unit Award
AF Outstanding Unit Award
AF Organization Excellence Award
AF Good Conduct Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Iraq Campaign Medal
Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon with Gold Border
AF Longevity Service
Maryland National Guard Outstanding Airman of the Year Ribbon
Survey Team Chief June 2013 to Current32nd CST/WMD - Fort Meade, MD
Supervisor: SFC Michael Boettger 443-845-6288
Receives general and specific guidance from the Survey Team Leader, Recon NCO and Survey Team Chief within the CST (WMD).
Enter an area that may be contaminated by a CBRNE hazard and provide initial assessment of the hazard.
Integrates state of the art detection and sample collection technologies, performs all operational tasks while wearing various levels of Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE).
Identify and mark contaminated areas.
Establish and process through a decontamination line.
Employ specialized hand held detection and identification equipment to confirm or deny the presence of CBRNE agents.
Implement Survey Team Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Survey Team Member December 2010 to June 201313th CST/WMD - Coventry, RI
Supervisor: SSG John Nasuti 401-230-5709
Received general and specific guidance from the Survey Team Leader, Recon NCO and Survey Team Chief within the CST (WMD).
Entered an area that may have been contaminated by a CBRNE hazard and provided initial assessment of the hazard.
Integrated state of the art detection and sample collection technologies, performed all operational tasks while wearing various levels of Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE).
Identified and marked contaminated areas.
Established and processed through a decontamination line.
Employed specialized hand held detection and identification equipment to confirm or deny the presence of CBRNE agents.
Implemented Survey Team Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Logistics Management Supervisor July 2008 to December 2010Scott AFB - Belleville, IL
Supervisor: CMSgt Gerald F. Scott 618-229-7472
Planed daily, weekly and monthly work schedules and made
decisions on technical and personnel problems within the Supply Chain Management Squadron overseeing four technician positions.
Prioritized work flow daily based on schedules methods and policies presented by subordinate supervisors, review evaluations of non-supervisory employees rated by subordinate supervisors, and assures reasonable equity of individual employee performance objectives, standards and ratings among subordinate organizations.
Conducted in-depth analyzes and evaluated the effectiveness of supply system programs, and operations.
Resolved difficult issues and problems independently involving technical ADP equipment processes, systems and operations.
Analyzed and evaluated technical guidance, information, instruction in the developmental plans and day to day computer product operation to implement within the organization.
Analyzed guidelines to specific circumstances and proposes regulatory or procedural changes designed to improve the effectiveness of logistical controls.
Ensured requirements followed established policies, practices, procedures and techniques and coordinates with supported units and organizations within the Global Logistics Support Center (GLSC).
Scheduled and approved leave, created and maintained timecards of subordinate employees.
Orchestrated enterprise supply support for USAF\\'s fleet of 313 C-130 aircraft including Active Duty/Air Nation Guard (AD/ANG) and Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) (E, H, J, U, P, and W models).
Planned, organized, and directed the activities of the C-130 Weapon System Management Flight (WSMF) Mission Capable (MICAP) Element.
Provided leadership, supervision, training and technical guidance in sourcing, obtaining and tracking of MICAP assets for twenty C-130 Air Force and Air National Guard bases world-wide.
Coordinated with Air Logistics Centers (ALC) and Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) item managers in obtaining assets for down C-130 aircraft.
Analyzed supply support for C-130 aircraft at five geographically separated installations.
Identified deficiencies, determined root causes and recommended corrective actions to improve supply support.
Supervised the local purchase and DLA direct buy process in sourcing surplus assets through Parts Base data system; coordinated with ALC for approval to purchase XB3 / XF3 assets.
Established the new automated training records for the flight through the Training Business Area (TBA) system.
Oversaw the Self-Inspection, Reject and Evacuation programs for the flight to evaluate reports to monitor compliance with system requirements and procedures.
Material Management Specialist October 2006 to February 2008Pope Air Force Base - Fayetteville, NC
Supervisor: MSgt Donna Mottley 919-721-3542
Evaluated Parts Store system functions and organization, and coordinated with logistics plans and staff agencies to achieve overall logistics and mission objectives.
Planned and scheduled work to promote smooth work-flow and even distribution.
Identified requirements and initiated requests for additional resources including personnel, equipment, supplies, and space to ensure success in meeting established goals.
Established warehouse locations, and loaded new item records into the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS).
Performed inventories and warehouse validations.
Monitored functional check and shelf life items.
Supervised and maintained aircraft readiness spare kits stored in mobility bins valued at $1 million.
Performed annual reconciliation on all on all kits, resolved all out of balances.
Maintained all records pertinent to accounting, storage, and security of all readiness spare assets.
Associate : Applied Science Social Work Specialization (Mental Health), 05/2009Central Texas College - Killen, TXApplied Science Social Work Specialization (Mental Health)
Bachelor Degree : Child Psychology, PresentUniversity of MarylandChild Psychology Completed 102 credit hours towards my Psychology major.
CPR and First Aid Live Toxic agent training HAPSITE Chemical identification system course Chemical Warfare Agent/Biological Warfare agent course Air Mobility Command Affiliation Airlift Planners Course Structural Collapse Awareness Confined Space Rescue for Civil Support Teams Civil Support Team/Weapon of Mass Destruction IED Awareness course Rae System Advance Service Training course Polaris ULTV Master Drivers course Hazardous Material Technician certified Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Responder course Emergency Management Apprentice course Applied Radiological Response Techniques course Smith detection portable FT-IR instrument operation and application course Advance Radiological/Nuclear Detection (RND) Operations Course Clandestine Laboratory Investigators Association and the Drug Enforcement Administration Emerging Threat Course for CBRN Response Incident Response to Terrorist Bombing