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Logistics Management Specialist
Logistical Planning ~ Inventory Management ~ Shipping & Receiving ~ Records Management
Demand Planning ~ Supply Chain Improvements ~ Personnel Training ~ Warehouse Leadership
Possess an active Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) Security Clearance.
Significant background in supply management including logistics planning and coordination, inventory forecasting, asset management, shipping & receiving, property accountability, and procedure development.
Proficiency in administering complex warehouse management systems and databases.
Adept throughout receipt, storage, identification, movement, maintenance, utilization and disposition of high-dollar equipment and supplies.
Excel at strategically steering projects to maximize use of resources, boost productivity, control costs, and achieve aggressive performance goals.
Extensive managerial talents spanning training, performance management, motivation and coaching; solid track record of achieving extraordinary results by assembling, empowering and coordinating synergistic teams.
Highly skilled at connecting with and managing people from diverse cultures and backgrounds.
Computer skills include Microsoft Office Suite, SAP, and Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) systems.
Launched program for 25,000 soldiers to streamline materiel utilization and facilities management.
Mobilized and empowered unit to win Chief of Staff of the Army s Logistics Award for Excellence.
Championed Lean Six Sigma project to expedite throughput by 40% for RG-31 upgrade.
Planned and seamlessly executed safe deployment and redeployment of 50+ soldiers to seven locations in Afghanistan.
Captured $5M+ in cost savings for Joint Base Lewis-McChord through influential leadership in assessing SSA performance.
Resourcefully introduced systems which tracked more than 800 logistics orders in 12-month period during deployment to Afghanistan.
- Winner of multiple awards and medals throughout substantial military career.
U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR), 2014 to Present
Automated Logistics Specialist
Spearhead full-scope operations encompassing supply management, transportation, maintenance, property accountability, logistical planning, and field services support.
Provide crucial guidance on logistics matters to more than 60 senior leaders.
Oversee and structure training management across four major staff elements and 250+ soldiers.
Apply outstanding talents in supply management toward maximizing parts availability, minimizing excess inventory, managing shelf-life items, and balancing demand planning to support operational requirements.
Demonstrated considerable leadership talents toward training, guiding, counseling, mentoring, and motivating 92 military and 85 civilian personnel.
Administer and regulate materiel management processes from stock control and accounting to procurement.
Systematically conduct comprehensive analyses to support ILS planning and program execution.
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Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Tacoma, WA, 2010 to 2013
Automated Logistics Specialist
Deployed to Afghanistan in 2011-2012 and tasked with directing materiel readiness, storage, receiving, classification, materiel handling, transportation, property disposal, facility safety, and supply security operations.
Governed stock control and accounting, procurement, inventory control, and item financial management.
Steered preparation and distribution of plans, maps, sketches, overlays, and related data to employment supply and service organizations.
Headed tasking and training among four major staff elements and more than 250 Army personnel.
Analyzed statistical data, generated reports regarding personnel, storage and relocation of materials, and maintained up-to-date automated and manual accounting records.
Efficiently controlled receipt, issue, salvage, and maintenance of records for all classes of supply.
Headquarters, Multi-National Corps, Iraq, 2007 to 2010
Strategic Operational Logistics Planner
Performed and directed supply management including transportation and field service support for 150,000+ U.S. and Joint Coalition forces in Iraq.
Orchestrated logistics to optimize quality of life by providing supplies to multi-national forces serving in Iraq.
Masterminded supply chain improvements for logistics programs to ensure enhance supply support.
Methodically assembled logistical support and sustainment plans to allow enable efficient coordination of program schedules and funding requirements.
Evaluated demand planning and forecasting metrics to formulate supply process plans with wholesale suppliers.
Led operations within two Central Issue Facility warehouses housing 6,000+ separate items in each warehouse.
U.S. Army, Fort Lewis, WA, Tacoma, WA, 2005 to 2007
Non-commissioned Officer In Charge / First Sergeant
Managed development and well-being of 139 personnel including administrative elements spanning performance evaluations, awards, counseling, finance, and records management.
Established distribution company from the ground up from ordering stock for warehouse and authoring operational procedures, to directing cohesive team in fulfilling and maintaining inventory control functions.
Conducted regular inspections, devised modifications to authorized stock levels, and continuously analyzed operational and statistical data to identify trends, validate conformance to standards and directives, and fuel maximum efficiency.
Troubleshot and reconciled issues within automated supply accounting systems.
Proficiently delivered more than 300 missions in support of Higher Headquarters with 100% success.
Selected to attend United States Sergeant Major Course and was praised in performance evaluation as being the best team leader in the Battalion.
Diligently monitored proper and safe use of equipment valued at more than $50M while logging 600,000+ miles with zero incidents.
Organized successful supply support initiative that achieved 94-96% success rates in all categories during inspection by Higher Headquarters.
Class IX Manager, Fort Riley, KS, 2004 to 2005
General Supplies Materiel Management NCOIC, Fort Riley, KS, 2003 to 2004
Platoon Sergeant, Fort Riley, KS, 2001 to 2003
Small Group Leader, Fort Lewis, WA, 2000 to 2001
Master of Education, Northcentral University, Prescott Valley, AZ, 2011
Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts, Excelsior College, Albany, NY, 2008
Competed extensive logistics management training encompassing Six Sigma Green Belt, Systems Acquisition Management, Contracting, Automated Logistics, and Transportation of Hazardous Materials
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