Seek a position in the Logistics Supply Chain Inv Material Mgt Control where my knowledge, skills and abilities can be effectively utilized to improve logistical operations and contribute to overall organizational excellence at minimal cost with safety in mind and with inventory control. SUMMARY: USAF SMSGT (RET) Plus yrs of Supply Logistics experience. Applied management skills and experience in managing high volume supply and distribution operations during peacetime and major contingency operations. Innovative leader and manager superb expertise and experience in domestic/international supply and distribution operations. Superb analytical skills and experience in performing in-depth analysis of logistics and depot level support, forecast funds requirements in monitoring and controlling warehouse inventories. Professional development: (complete list available upon request) U.S. Air Force Management Schools U.S. Air Force Supply Logistics Training School Total Quality Management (TQM), Basic and Advanced for managers Certified Forklift Operator Achievements and Accomplishments upon request.
Proficient Data Entry
Provide strong work ethics
Maintain safe working area
Excel Inventory resolve
Unending customer support
Held security clearances
File personnel records
Submit detail payroll
Supervise diverse employees
Skillful warehouse/office equipment
Competent shipping/receiving commodities
Raytheon/L3 Communications/DynCorpJanuary 1999 to January 2015T6 COMBS Site Manager Randolph AFB, TEXAS
Ability to read, interpret and apply applicable reference material, such supply/contract policies and regulation, manuals, catalogs, records, orders and etc., to accomplish tasks and resolve complex supply issues.
Restructure entire warehouse layout containing consumables and non-consumables supplies worth in excess of 1.5M resulting in tighter security and inventory control.
Inventories kept within 1% error rate.
Provide Quality inventory controls on processing: incoming and outgoing customer request, shipments, bench stocks, consigned, thus reducing customer wait time while reducing resources by 20%.
Apply basic analytical methods and techniques to resolve wall-to-wall inventory control discrepancies.
Thus keeping overhead cost well below 5%.
Monitor reports, source documents and other data incidental to the; status, movement, replacement and repair of materials.
Result, identified and reduce waste by 30% Prepare and submit transaction reports for 38EA T6 A/C to include equipment replacements thus maintaining operations cost below forecasted requirements by 10%.
Responsible for placing and assigning normal and seasonal stock levels on high valued supply and equipment items as funds were made available using data entry controls.
Thus 40% reduction of funds on assets not required.
United States Air ForceJanuary 1990 to July 1994Logistics Superintendent Universal City, Texas
United States Air ForceJanuary 1990 to January 1994Logistics Equipment Superintendent Universal, Texas
Direct and manage the Procedures and Standardizations; providing technical training guidance and surveillance visits to evaluate work centers providing solutions with written recommendation on results.
Responsible for initiating data entry redistribution orders (Rod's) of 150 million dollars of Base Operational Support (BOS) equipment/supplies and other commodities from closure bases to non-closure bases.
As directed by SAF; initiated an uninterrupted transfer of 20 aircraft for the Introduction of Fighter Fundamentals (AT-38) Program to AETC.
All support equipment along with aircraft records transferred with zero discrepancies within 30 days.
Launch a new AETC flag and Command patch project.
Assemble a team from several base agencies ensuring funds, drawings, contracts and 200k orders were processed, received and shipped to meet AETC/CC's standup date within a 90day period.
Plan and execute a short notice request to relocate the entire Supply supplies, communication, office and hard shelters within a 30-day period selected area not disclosed.
Support operations complex (Saudi Arabia) - Moved over 10M dollars of supplies and equipment with zero support interruption.
Wayland Baptist University1997Bachelor of Science: Occupational EducationSan Antonio, TexasOccupational Education
USAF Senior NCO Academy, NCO Academy, NCO Leadership School, Total Quality Management, 7 Level Supply Technical School. Member: NCOA, AFA, American Legion and VFW76.