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GS-2005 Employee Work Direction, Supplies Distribution, New Employee Training, Organizational Policies/Procedures, Supervisory Interface, Inventory Management Specialist Interaction, Inventory Control, Clinical/Administrative Customer Service, Peer/Colleague Support
Veteran, United States Army, 1988-1992
November 2012 - Present
Michael E. DeBakey VAMC
Hours Worked per Week: N/A
Supervisor: Jackie K. Marshall Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A
Medical Supply Tech
In earlier assignment within Medical Supply Distribution (MSD) of Logistics Service at DeBakey VAMC, served as Interim Lead Tech during ten-month period. Currently assigned to working in the materials side of the hospital and effectively direct work performance of other GS-2005 employees in multiple assignments of distributing medical and surgical supplies. Work closely with supervisor to obtain all needed information as well as dealing with any problems/issues/difficulties.
Skillfully provide excellent advisement to new employees concerning organizational policies/procedures and am regularly called on to utilize exceptional customer service capabilities in meeting demands of busy environment. Successfully interface on regular basis with Inventory Management Specialist to assure highest levels of inventory control, and provide data entry to assist in use of primary and secondary points. Additionally voluntarily contribute to array of position assignments within Logistics Department to assist team in achieving goals.
TMS System - Acquisition and Material Management Coursework
Central Supply Area Training
U.S. Army Petroleum Supply School, Fort Lee, VA, 1988
Recipient of multiple job performance evaluations of Outstanding during work history
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