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Country of Citizenship: United States
Secret Security Clearance / TWIC Card/Safety Card
Veteran s Preference 10 Points, VRA-VEOA, 30% or more
Job Announcement Number:
Operational Management, Oral/Written Communication, Problem Resolution, Time Management, Vendor Relations, Environmental/Health/Safety Management, Personnel Training, Regulatory Compliance, Facility/Workplace Inspection, Quality Control, Budget Management, Planning, Inventory Control, Customer Satisfaction, Personnel Management, Documentation/Records Maintenance, Logistics Coordinator, Vehicle Dispatching, Work Assignment Scheduling, Daily Log Development/Maintenance
MS Office Suite
Veteran, U.S. Army; Honorable Discharge
MONTH 2015 Present
IAP Worldwide Services
Hours per Week: N/A
Supervisor: Jeff Perkins Phone xxx-xxx-xxxx May Contact:
Bill Smith 321.368.7187 May Contact
Environmental, Health and Safety Manager
Effectively conduct in-depth safety/health training for personnel, with goal of preventing accidents/injuries as well as assuring compliance with all regulatory requirements. Diligently investigate/document accidents, injuries and near-misses; also regularly inspect workplaces to assure workers are functioning in safe/healthful conditions and environments.
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April 2014 MONTH 2015
Hours per Week: N/A
Supervisor: David Kreiner Phone: 281.5874366 May Contact
Camp Boss/Operations Manager
Successfully provided on-site supervision, continually assuring safe, professional, efficient, profitable and quality operation; oversaw maintenance, controlled inventory and food labor costs, procured food products and assured highest levels of customer satisfaction. Managed personnel work performance including training, scheduling, administering timesheets and developing employee work evaluations; also led safety meetings and ensured compliance with all safety rules/procedures, sanitation/hygiene standards and customer contracts.
Directed company employees in the preparation/maintenance of living facilities and meal catering, and represented organization at rig/camp, continually utilizing interpersonal relationship building skills to develop excellent relationships combined with exceptional professionalism. Implemented budgets and worked with budgetary/operational costs to identify various areas within which expenditures could be reduced. Skillfully maintained well-balanced grocery/supply inventory and coordinated delivery schedules; regularly inspected galley, living quarters, dining and storage areas to ensure achievement/maintenance of highest levels of cleanliness/sanitation and oversaw crew changes/rotation schedules to assure full customer support/service.
Held comprehensive responsibilities covering multiple administrative areas including maintaining/submitting such reports as meal/bunk rosters (POB), safety paperwork, weekly supply inventories, medical incident reports and any other relevant documentation/reports. Interfaced on regular basis with company HR Department, as well as respective FOD and General Manager, to manage/resolve personnel issues.
MONTH 2013 February 2014
Hours per Week: N/A
Supervisor: Eric Phone: 432.853.9682 May Contact
Logistics Coordinator/Dispatcher/Oil and Gas
Expertly received/disseminated information for supervisors/customers/management/other personnel; scheduled work assignments in alignment with client requirements and maintained records of all communication. Skillfully managed radio dispatching equipment in directing communication, routing trucks/rigs and scheduling work assignments/equipment. Developed spreadsheets to monitor/track movements and daily expenses including quality/quantity/cost of food, oil field equipment rental and fuel costs. Also utilized telephone logs to record all calls,
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forwarded correspondence to appropriate recipient, and supported strong relationships with customer base to assure timely and satisfactory resolution of any issues/problems.
Developed accurate and comprehensive reports concerning accidents/safety/related issues, and authored/distributed reports covering morning operations, daily fuel and rental accountability reports. When necessary, telephoned clients to update them on relevant issues. Demonstrated capabilities for working independently, assumed array of responsibilities/duties as needed and assured continued compliance with organizational policies/work requirements. Received orders from internal/external customers concerning oilfield equipment/services and followed up with customers via telephone/email.
December 2011 March 2013
Fort Worth, TX
Hours per Week: 84
Salary: $178,000 Annually
Supervisor: Derrick Crawford Phone: 817.224.8200 May Contact
Field Service Representative / Logistics Manager / Heavy Equipment Technician / Safety Coordinator
In this multi-faceted assignment held wide-ranging responsibilities/duties. Worked closely with Navistar Defense and military service branches in Afghanistan, providing exceptional training/advisement on use of Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles; utilized technical manuals and collaborated with staff personnel, mechanics, operators and technicians to develop MS PowerPoint training presentations.
Continually reviewed program charts/graphs/reports/statistics/narrative data received from military operators and forwarded information to corporate headquarters. Also presented product overviews/assessments to high-level military representatives, politicians and private-sector stakeholders which were instrumental in providing positive input to annual contract award/renewal process.
Compiled/analyzed/presented quantitative and qualitative manufacturers data encompassing such areas as fire suppression timing and choice of tires that would optimize safety in an IED event; efforts resulted in compliance with all governing regulations, maintenance of safety records, performance of any needed corrective actions/design modifications, improved vehicular safety standards and a 75% improvement in MRAP vehicle safety. Additionally, diligently investigated various incidents to identify root causes and assess any potentiality for future hazards/problems. Successfully resolved electrical/maintenance/system issues on Maxxpro, MA-1V and UIR MRAP vehicles.
Utilized subject matter expertise to design/implement various action plans to remediate deficiencies, including troubleshooting problems and tracking trending in maintenance and parts wear/failure. Developed recommendations for short-/long-term equipment modifications that met customer needs while preventing future problems. Continually ensured use of appropriate data capture/reporting procedures to illustrate progress toward meeting benchmarks/objectives.
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Authored action plans, cost estimates, memoranda, proposals, questionnaires and white papers, including weekly reports concerning military customer training, maintenance and all work actions performed in Afghanistan; successfully recorded zero accidents. On twice-monthly schedule conducted operations/safety/maintenance training for military contractor and foreign national partner personnel; established training parameters and assured clear communication to recipients. Training excellence resulted in 100% of military, civilian contractor, government officials and students from Russia/Turkey/Egypt/Afghanistan passing test requirements with 80%+ average.
Held additional comprehensive responsibilities for ordering/managing vehicle parts inventory. Utilized automated ordering systems and collaborated with mechanics/vehicle operators to assure that appropriate/needed parts were maintained at proper levels; placed strong emphasis on stock replenishment without waste and was commended for maintaining exceptional levels of accountability as well as record-keeping. Continually reviewed parts numbers and orders for accuracy and developed database that supported rapid retrieval of needed parts/equipment. Managed work performance of 58 senior Field Service staff at two vehicle yards and was responsible up to $5M in parts.
June 2009 October 2011
Hours per Week: 40-72
Salary: $210,000 Annually
Supervisor: Joseph Perez Phone: 209.507.7400 May Contact
Senior Field Representative / Instructor / Safety Training Coordinator
As Senior Field Representative oversaw work performance of 17 Field Representatives and continually assessed training requests to assure adequate staffing. Successfully trained government/contractor personnel on electrical component repairs for MRAP electronics systems, including computers and integrated circuitry. Also trained personnel in the operation of surveillance/protection system sensors, thermal imagery, surveillance radar and CCTV capabilities of MRAP vehicles.
Skillfully worked with training colleagues in coordinating training for U.S/foreign military personnel on safety procedures for MRAP vehicles, including use of protective gear/equipment; maintained training calendar, processed training requests, assigned instructors for instruction based on expertise in subject matter to be covered, and assured availability of appropriate/updated training materials.
Continually utilized oral and written communication strengths in developing innovative training programs and short-/long-term training goals while designing training manuals, training support packages and lesson plans. Employed MS PowerPoint software to develop presentations that demonstrated use and location of vehicle components and well as part replacement actions. As needed, due to introduction of new equipment/standards modification, revised training programs to align with changes; also conducted one-to-one remedial training when required.
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Was top-performing troubleshooter as member of Quality Assurance team, with responsibilities for identifying, compiling and monitoring data from operations/logistically analyzed programs; skillfully retrofitted/upgraded equipment and ensured that parts replacements were conducted according to specifications/standards.
At Camp Behring, Kuwait, served as company Senior Lead Instructor for MRAP vehicles, with responsibilities for training 18,000+ soldiers on operations, safety precautions and limitations of entire family of MRAP vehicles. Managed daily activities of four Lead Trainers and 80 employees from Operator New Equipment Training (OPNET) and Field Level Maintenance New Equipment Training (FLMNET) teams; conducted performance evaluations and addressed any personnel concerns in a timely manner. Held oversight responsibilities for assigning operators, tracking monthly mileage and coordinating maintenance schedules for ten organizational GMC-Yukon vehicles, and designed/implemented in-country emergency actions plans for company.
May 1989 April 2009
Fort Polk, LA / Various Duty Stations
Hours per Week: N/A
Salary: $74,000 Annually
Supervisor: N/A (Personnel Dept) Phone: 209.507.7400 May Contact
Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge / Facility Maintenance, Ramstein Air Base, Germany (April 2005-April 2008)
During Food Services assignment with U.S. Army, was tasked with increasingly responsible duties; continually assured compliance with all OSHA standards and military regulations, facilitated/led meetings with senior staff and recorded meeting minutes as needed, directed special projects and developed emergency action plans to remediate any program deficiencies.
Served as Property Book/Contract Manager at Fort Polk, Louisiana, with responsibilities for overseeing daily Book activities utilizing PBUSE and LIW; maintained two Books, ensured stringent adherence to all accountability procedures and continually edited/performed QA of data during uploading into Property Book(s).
In Hanau, Germany, was Chief Assistant to Maintenance Officer, with responsibilities for maintaining unit vehicles; organized maintenance program and assured compliance with all appropriate maintenance procedures. Scheduled daily assignments for subordinates, implemented work schedules, maintained all relevant documents and assured completion of assigned tasks; vehicles involved included MRAP, HMMWV, HEMMT, PLS, FMTV, LMTV, RTCH, 5-10n, HET and other trucks.
During Fort Hood, Texas, assignment, was tasked with inspecting/storing/issuing and performing care of supplies in storage (COSIS) for all stocks/supplies; utilized Army War Reserve Deployment System (AWRDS) software to process documentation and consistently ensured documents contained quantity, nomenclature, national stock number, condition codes, unit of issue and condition of all items. Issued Material Release Orders and Pick Tickets to mechanics, and prepared/processed turn-in documentation.
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While at Fort Riley, Kansas, served as Property Book Technician, with accounting responsibilities for $55M+ in government equipment; oversaw multiple sites and thousands of items and performed regular physical inventories as well as property audits.
During duty assignment at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, was tasked with establishing various media outlets including SharePoint and web pages. Additionally, developed potential questions and practiced answers to prepare staff personnel for interaction with media. Also interviewed foreign national prisoners to ascertain culinary customs, food restrictions and other relevant information needed to plan appropriate 20-day menus, and ensured that media was kept abreast of dietary activities vis- -vis prisoners/treatment.
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY
Bachelor of Science, Occupational Safety and Health; expected completion 2018
Semester/Credit Hours: 92
Central Texas College, Killeen, TX
Associate of Science, General Studies, 1999
Semester/Credit Hours: 65
Marine Survival Training, 2014
RIG PASS, 2014
Navistar Defense Instructor Course, U.S. Army, 2012
BAE International Instructor Course, U.S. Army, 2011
Navistar Advanced Maintenance Course, U.S. Army, 2011
Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicle Instructor Course, U.S. Army, 2009
Fall Protection, 2008
OSHA Inspections and Procedures, 2008
Emergency Action Plans, 2008
Accident Investigation, 2008
Personal Protective Equipment, 2008
Ladders and Scaffolding, 2008
Heavy Equipment, 2008
Crane and Rigging Safety, 2008
Lockout/Tag Out 2008
Fire Protection and Prevention, 2008
Forklift Safety, 2008
Electrical and High-Voltage, 2008
Confine Space, 2008
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Field Safety, 2008
Concrete and Masonry, 2008
Welding Safety, 2008
ES&H Data Tracking and Trending, 2008
Antiterrorism Force Protection Level II Course, U.S. Army, 2006
Contracting Officer Representative Curse, U.S. Army, 2005
Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, U.S. Army, 2004
Safety Risk Assessment Management Course, U.S. Army, 2003
Logistics Management Course, U.S. Army, 2003
Advanced Property Book Course, U.S. Army, 2002
Battle Staff Course, U.S. Army, 2001
Defense Reutilization Marketing Course, U.S. Army, 1999
Equal Opportunity Representative Course, U.S. Army, 1999
Total Army Instructor Training Course, U.S. Army, 1999
Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, U.S. Army, 1998
Army Instructor Course (ICP) U.S. Army, 1997
Warrior Leaders Course, U.S. Army, 1995
Property Book Unit Supply Course, U.S. Army, 1994
Hazardous Materials Certification Course, U.S. Army, 1993
Combat Lifesavers Course, U.S. Army, 1989
Food Service Specialist Course, U.S. Army, 1987
All Variants of MAXPRO S, 3 Years
RG 33 & 3, 2 Years
Caimans, 2 Years
Cougar, 2 Years
MATV, 2 Years
Misc. Variant HMMWV
CPR, AED. First Aid Certified (National Safety Council), 2016
Emergency Trauma Certified
Certified Instructor, U.S. Army
Certified Hazardous Materials Handler, U.S. Army
Certified Food Service Specialist, U.S. Army
CDL Driver s License
Certified Construction Site Safety Technician, 2008
Iraq Campaign Medal
Joint Service Commendation Medal
Meritorious Service Medal
Army Commendation Medal (5)
Army Achievement Medal (3)
National Defense Service Medal (2)
Southwest Asia Service Medal (3)
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Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Korean Defense Service Medal
Humanitarian Service Medal (2)
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), Member, 1998 to present
Big Brothers, Inc., Member, 2003
Veterans Support Group, Volunteer, 2013
Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer, 2007
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