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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Summary

Resourceful professional highly skilled in installation and upgrade projects and pre-sales assistance. Team player offering dynamic personality and strengths in cultivating valuable relationships with lucrative clients. Talented Technical Consultant position with strong expertise in public sector.

Skills
  • Accounting, Websites
  • Administrative, Web sites
  • Band saw
  • Budget
  • Commodities
  • Data processing
  • Delivery
  • Documentation
  • Forklift operator
  • Funding
  • Instructor
  • Packaging
  • Procurement
  • Quality assurance
  • Receiving
  • Reporting
  • Routing
  • Safety
  • Supervisor
  • Transportation
  • Warehousing
Education and Training
United States Air Force , Expected in Military Excellence Award : - GPA :

Military Excellence Award

Non Commissioned Officer Academy Beale AFB , CA Expected in 2015 Technical or occupational certificate : - GPA :
, Expected in Technical or occupational certificate AMC Airlift Load Planning Course Osan AB : - GPA :
, Expected in Technical or occupational certificate Passenger Travel Specialist Class Fort Eustis : - GPA :
Airman Leadership School Cheyenne, WY Expected in Technical or occupational : - GPA :
Laramie County Community College, Skills Training Ft Cheyenne, Bliss, WY, TX, VA Expected in Technical or occupational certificate Hazardous Material Preparer Course Fort : Psychology, Criminal Justice - GPA :
Experience
Pushpay - Technical Specialist
Redmond, WA, 03/2010 - Current
  • Prepares, processes, and verifies all required documentation, special handing labels, shipping codes, and required safety data.
  • Base instructor for the, Preparer) course.
  • Trains Civilian and Military Personnel on packing of hazardous materials Supervisor:
Department Of Defense - Cargo Operations
Portland, OR, 10/1999 - Current
  • Accurately determine aggregate freight transportation costs based on current carrier rates and tariffs.
  • Effectively select proper routing and special requirements for movement of all government cargo, and effectively plan and book shipments with DOD-approved carriers on a daily basis.
  • Successfully completed formal transportation HAZMAT training and was certified to sign shipper's declaration for dangerous goods.
  • Have knowledge of how to locate specific applicable guidance in 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and ATA, for packing, storing, shipping and documenting HAZMAT shipments.
  • Am extremely knowledgeable in Cargo Movement Operations System (CMOS), Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES), and Global Freight Management (GFM), Electronic Transportation Acquisition (ETA).
  • Can access and download transportation regulations, guidance, and shipping-related information from MTMC, AFMC, DFAS, FED LOG, and other DOD web sites.
  • My current position allows me to extract and understand information from carrier tenders; accurately review shipping documents to determine correct transportation appropriation;properly obligate government funds; and effectively resolve misappropriating of funds.
  • Calculate appropriate and most cost effect line haul and accessorial service charges for each shipment using current rates and tariffs.
  • Order, ensure carriers provide proper specialized equipment such as air-ride trailers, flatbed, low-boy, goose neck or drop deck trailer, stretched trailers etc.
  • When required to move over sized cargo.
  • Arrange appropriate Transportation Protective Service (TSP) , such as satellite surveillance capability, dual driver protective service, security escort vehicle service for classified shipments and arms, ammunition and explosive shipment.
  • Have reviewed shipment documents and determined the proper shipping name, hazardous class/division, United Nations Division Number, Packing Group, and Reportable Quantities.
  • Insured non-compatible hazardous materials are not packaged together unless properly separated.
  • Accurately input the transportation control number (TAC) and Line of Accounting (LOA), consignor and consignee codes, pieces, weight cube, and other essential transportation data into CMOS and/or GATES for each shipment made procure bills of lading (BOL) and other shipping documents, transportation metrics, management reports, and other products.
  • Carefully reviews shipment documentation to determine appropriate transportation funding responsible for each shipment processed and assigns the proper TAC or LOA.
  • Insure that the correct TAC or LOA is entered onto the shipment bill of lading.
  • Correct funding data on shipment documents when errors are discovered.
  • Shift supervisor for 20 personal established work priories and set obtainable goals in support of mission.
  • Trained personal on usage of transportation publications to locate procedures and instructions and information pertinent to the shipment of cargo.
United States Air Force - Cargo Operations
City, STATE, 04/1999 - Current
  • Cargo Operations/WoodWorker/Forklift operator Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Received items for packing from a variety of sources.
  • Checked property against accompanying documentation to ascertain that items received coincide with paperwork.
  • Determined acceptability of property for documentation and either accept the property for packing or reject for correction of deficiencies.
  • After accepting property for packaging and determine method/mode of shipment by shipment planning, determine special requirements such as crating, blocking and bracing etc.
  • Perform woodshop duties to include building crates, cutting materials for blocking and bracing, and other special requirements using a wide range of electronic and hand held tools, and saws to include table saw, band saw, and circular saw.
  • Licensed in forklift operations to include 4k, 6k, and 10k.
United States Air Force Reserve - Freight Rate Specialist
City, STATE, 09/2009 - 03/2012
  • Current on tenders, tariffs, rate filings and regulations to ensure all cargo departing from Travis AFB meets all government requirements for movement.
  • Selects best price to satisfy movement priority and required delivery date.
  • Considers multiple factors such as size, weight, dimensions, freight classification, security requirements, destination receiving hours and off-load capabilities to determine best transportation mode and routing for freight.
  • Provides judgment, experience and a wide variety of freight rate information and guidance to select the best value and carrier available.
  • Consolidates shipments to reduce shipment costs whenever possible.
  • Properly routes freight, and plans and books shipments with approved carriers.
  • Ensures that carriers provide the proper specialized equipment required to move out-sized cargo.
  • Arranges appropriate Transportation Protected Services for classified shipments and arms, ammunition and explosives shipments.
  • Coordinates with Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) to arrange for routing when necessary.
  • Sends reports of shipment (REPSHIP) and coordinates estimated arrival and delivery times with consignee.
  • Ensures carriers obtain necessary permits prior to releasing shipments.
  • Ensures all hazardous materials (HAZMAT) shipments by commercial carrier are properly packaged, labeled and certified in accordance with applicable governing directives.
  • Ensures Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods form is accurately prepared.
  • Uses and is thoroughly knowledgeable in following automated transportation systems: Cargo Movement and Operation System (CMOS), Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES), Global Freight Management (GFM) and Electronic Transportation Acquisition system (ETA) TEAMS.
  • Utilizes systems to properly complete and produce bills of lading (BOL) and other shipping documentation.
  • Consolidates production data for preparation of Traffic Management reports.
  • Manually completes bills of lading and other documents when automated systems are disabled.
  • Accesses and downloads transportation regulations, guidance or shipment related information from various websites.
  • Ensures shipment costs are charged to the appropriate transportation funds.
  • Maintains and applies only up-to-date direction and policy for funding the movement of all Department of Defense cargo.
  • Carefully reviews shipment documentation to determine appropriate transportation funding responsibility for each shipment processed and assigns the proper Transportation Account Code (TAC) or Long Line of Accounting (LOA).
  • Ensures that correct TAC or LOA is entered onto the shipment bill of lading.
  • Accurately reviews shipping documents to determine correct transportation appropriation, properly obligates government funds and resolves misappropriation of funds when necessary.
  • Performs duties as Government Purchase Card (GPC) holder.
  • NCOIC Traffic Management Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Responsible for federal and military transportation regulations, instructions, and directives; passenger and personal property entitlements; quality assurance evaluation procedures, United States and foreign customs regulations, and warehousing procedures; military passenger, freight, and personal property rate computations; packaging methods, specifications, and orders; hazardous cargo requirements; blocking, bracing, and tiedown principles; and carrier capabilities and procedures for movement of passengers, cargo, and personal property in military and commercial air, rail, truck, and water systems.
  • Filled various supervisory and management positions such as element chief, line supervisor, section chief, and task certifier.
  • Chief inspector for all 940th Traffic Management Personal, conducted monthly inspection on wartime cargo function to include cargo deployment functions, and passenger travel.
  • Maintained inspection tracker system and conducted training to ensure compliance with inspection items.
Additional Information
  • ( ) Indicates professional reference Additional Information: , Air Force Commendation Medal, 1 device Air Force Achievement Medal Air Force Outstanding Unit Air Force Good Conduct, 2 devices Global Was on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal NATO Medal Military Excellence Award 2004 Distinguished Graduate Airman Leadership School 2004 Distinguished Graduate Army Transportation School 2004

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • United States Air Force
  • Non Commissioned Officer Academy Beale AFB
  • Airman Leadership School
  • Laramie County Community College, Skills Training Ft

Job Titles Held:

  • Technical Specialist
  • Cargo Operations
  • Cargo Operations
  • Freight Rate Specialist

Degrees

  • Military Excellence Award
  • Technical or occupational certificate
  • Technical or occupational certificate AMC Airlift Load Planning Course Osan AB
  • Technical or occupational certificate Passenger Travel Specialist Class Fort Eustis
  • Technical or occupational
  • Technical or occupational certificate Hazardous Material Preparer Course Fort

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