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TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST
Professional Summary

To become a leader in Operations within a logistical environment for a major corporation. Customer-focused * Transportation * Logistics * Force Management Organizer * Planner * Management * Problem Solver Project Manager * Team Player * Interpersonal * Communicator Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) * Joint Operational Planning Process (JOPP)


Summary: Served as a manager in force management transportation flow of personnel and cargo consisting of plans and execution within the Theater Sustainment Command in Afghanistan. Six years’ experience as a professional U.S. Army as a logistician and as a manager while serving in various leadership roles. Demonstrated experience and success in the fields of transportation, supply, property book management, food service operations, and procurement. Served as a leader of logistics and personnel for the 89th Sustainment Brigade comprised of 3,500 personnel within 37 units with an operating budget of $8 Million. Selected for advancement from an enlisted soldier to commissioned officer and made the rank of Captain.

Experience
April 2013
Company NameTransportation Specialist
  • Responsible for the strategic movement of over 21,500 personnel and 2,879 pieces of equipment totaling 12,861 TONS of cargo for U.S.
  • Forces out of Afghanistan and Kuwait.
  • Monitored and assisted with movement of units inbound to Afghanistan and Kuwait ensuring that the movement was to correct locations and met the timelines to complete Transfer of Authorities (TOAs) with outgoing units.
  • Continually provided input, refining validation of transportation plans, monitored and tracked movement requirements data in deployment and redeployment of personnel and equipment.
  • Utilized Joint Operational Planning (JOPP) process in contributing to meet the POTUS draw down to move troops out of Afghanistan to meet deduction timelines.
  • Meticulously synchronized movement plans with Global Force Management Allocation Plan (GFMAP), using the timeliest and most cost efficient means to transition forces in Afghanistan and Kuwait.
  • Track Transfer of Authorities and Boots on Ground (BOG) dates in accordance to GFMAP and Actual Arrival Date (AAD) Memos to ensure that movement timelines were aligned.
  • Coordinated daily with major commands USFOR-A, CDDOC, ARCENT, CENTCOM, and USTRANSCOM, and subordinate unit staff pertaining to all aspects of strategic movement requirements.
  • Assisted Sustainment Command Force Management team with deploying and redeploying units with tracking, monitoring, and moving units in accordance with Force Management requirements.
December 2011
to
April 2013
Company NameCity, StateLogistical Management Specialist/Property Book Officer
  • Supervised as the Branch Manager of a Logistical S-4 section of a sustainment organization comprised of 3,500 soldiers.
  • Coordinated and submitted three contract requests worth total of $100,000 dollars while serving as the contracting officer representative to manage activities and approve invoices for payment.
  • Managed the Property Books made up of $55 Million dollars’ worth of equipment with conducting transfers and turn in of equipment and provided supporting documentation through the Property Book Unit Supply (Enhanced) System.
  • Managed Government Purchase Card Program within the Brigade of a budget of $180,000 dollars annually and served as the Billing Official for 3 Government Card Holders.
  • Managed and provided input while monitoring budgets for logistical requirements and performed financial inventory for exercises and daily activities.
  • Provided guidance and documentation for monthly, quarterly, biannual and annual inventories.
  • Supervised the Transportation Coordinators Automated Information for Movements System II (TC-AIMS II) validation process of Operational Equipment Lists for 54 Unit Identification Codes (UICs).
  • Identified systemic and specific problem areas in logistical operations, determined and recommended appropriate corrective actions, and provided evaluation of progress.
  • Utilized the Military Decision Making Process to plan, analyze and evaluate logistical and training missions in order to determine the level of effort required to provide logistical support for contingency operations.
  • U.S.
  • Army Criminal Investigation Command Fort Gillem, Georgia July 2011 – December 2011 Logistical Management Specialist Responsible for receiving and shipping of equipment and supplies to Afghanistan for theater operations.
  • Analyzed and interpreted DOD transportation regulations, directives, technical and doctrinal publications, policy and instructions for proper transportation requirements.
  • Developed and provided budget data and justifications for the transportation logistics input to the EFD operation budget.
  • Responsible for inventory of equipment and supplies for theater operations within a warehouse storage area.
  • U.S.
  • Army Reserve Command Belton, Missouri December 2008 – July 2011 Logistical Management Specialist Utilized data base systems to track and monitor down trace lateral transfers and turn in directives of equipment.
  • Conducted, analyzed, and assisted with recurring reports in fuel, food service, and clothing reports.
  • Developed plans and instructions affecting logistical support of operations and exercises in the areas of supply, procurement, food service, and transportation.
  • Served as Contracting Officer Representative in establishing, executing and monitoring logistical contracts in support of contingency operations and building facility daily operations.
  • Assisted in the development of the yearly budget for Reserve Personnel, Operations, and Maintenance funds to support the organization.
  • Utilized JOPP to plan, analyze and evaluate logistical requirements in order to determine the level of effort required to provide logistical support for CBRNE Consequence Management Response Force (CCMRF) contingency operations.
  • U.S.
  • Army Central Command Camp Arifjan, Kuwait March 2011 – March 2012.
JOPES Branch Chief Officer Representative
  • COR), and Logistical Officer Managed G4 Mobility Logistical Plans position on the Expeditionary Assault Command Post.
  • Served as a subject matter expert in logistical principles in the preparation of supporting Operational Plans, Concept Plans, and Operational Orders.
  • Assisted with and developed cost analysis using automated systems for transportation.
  • Tracked equipment using Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS-3), RF-ITV, Global Transportation Network, and Single Mobility System.
  • Developed air load plans and load plans for shipping and packaging with utilization of TC-AIMS and Air Automated Load Planning System.
  • Processed data to create, update, verify, validate, execute and report transportation movement plans and timelines for deploying and redeploying personnel, and retrograde equipment.
  • Assisted with the management of the processes for retrograde, redistribution, and redeployment of equipment and personnel from theater to CONUS.
  • Advised Senior and Command Staff, and Department of Army G-4 on unit actions and coordinated and conducted endorsements for General Officer signatures.
  • Exercised supervision over the daily activities of a full-time staff which included both military and civilian employees assigned to assist in carrying out the functions of transportation for the command.
  • Served as the Primary COR for US Army Central Command Forward G-4 Logistics Cell for a 9 million dollar contract consisting of 33 contractors conducting daily activities for the command.
  • HHC, 209th Regional Support Group Belton, MO December 2008 – February 2010.
  • Company Commander Served as the Commander of HHC, 209th Regional Support Group totaling over 100 soldiers assigned.
  • Utilized Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) in making informative decisions that were made for the Command regarding training, missions, and evaluations of performance in support of contingency and daily operations.
  • Managed review of training requirements, approving training work plans and training schedules.
  • Managed to ensure all soldiers were trained and proficient in DMOSQ.
  • Managed the tracking and coordination of APFT, Weapons Qualification, and Medical readiness.
  • Coordinated the operation of the command in areas such as: training, administration, supply, maintenance, operations, information management, resource management, recruitment, inspections and investigations, public relations, discipline, and liaison with other organizations.
Education
February 2010
DeVry UniversityCity, StateBachelors of Science: Business Administration FinanceBusiness Administration Finance
College credits in accounting, marketing, economics, international business, finance, and management classes. Concentration courses in money and banking, international investments, and statement analysis. Military Schools: Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS-3)-2011 JOPES-Joint Action Officer and Joint Support Personnel Course-2010 Transportation Basic Officer Course-2008 Leadership Officer Course – 2008 Military Police Military Occupation School – 2005 Petroleum Supply Specialist Occupational School – 2002
Skills
accounting, AIMS, AIMS II, Army, banking, Basic, Billing, Book, budgets, budget, Concept, contracts, draw, cost analysis, data base, Decision Making, documentation, economics, finance, financial, funds, Government, international business, inventory, investments, Leadership, Logistics, marketing, money, Weapons, Network, packaging, Personnel, Police, processes, procurement, progress, public relations, publications, receiving, recruitment, shipping, strategic, supervision, Transportation, validation

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • DeVry University

Job Titles Held:

  • Transportation Specialist
  • Logistical Management Specialist/Property Book Officer
  • JOPES Branch Chief Officer Representative

Degrees

  • Bachelors of Science : Business Administration Finance
    College credits in accounting, marketing, economics, international business, finance, and management classes. Concentration courses in money and banking, international investments, and statement analysis. Military Schools: Battle Command Sustainment Support System (BCS-3)-2011 JOPES-Joint Action Officer and Joint Support Personnel Course-2010 Transportation Basic Officer Course-2008 Leadership Officer Course – 2008 Military Police Military Occupation School – 2005 Petroleum Supply Specialist Occupational School – 2002

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