|Desired Industry: Employment Wanted
|Desired Job Location: Tacoma, Washington
||Date Posted: 11/11/2011
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 30 Nov 2011
|Desired Wage: 60000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
|Highest Degree Attained: Other
||Willing to Relocate: Undecided
Apply my knowledge and experience to the mission and direction of any establishment or employer that I may join. Assist those who direct the processes and scope of the work environment to reach established goals. Use my skills as a leader and teacher to assist those on my team to achieve success and meet or exceed expectations.
EXPERIENCE Logistics Engineer 3/31/2008 - Present
MacAuley-Brown Ft Lewis, Washington
Systems Integrator, Army Transformation Team, Ft Lewis Washington.
Researched Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance,( C4ISR) equipment requirements by reviewing Operational Needs Statements as well as Modified Tables of Organizational Equipment documents.
Prepared C4ISR equipment description sheets.
Coordinate New Equipment Training (NET) requirements for the operators.
Develop distribution matrixes and issue schedules for customers.
Monitor equipment delivery dates.
Researched equipment sustainment and reset requirements. During this period assisted 4 Stryker Brigades, 3 Engineer Brigades, I Corps and many additional Units. During this phase I was the direct point of contact for venders and project managers for delivery of developmental and new hi-tech combat equipment for our Soldiers. Developed and maintained System installation Matrixes that provided the installation shop a guide to what C4ISR equipment was required for each vehicle in all units at JBLM as well as providing information for Ft Bragg, Ft Bliss, as well as Units of the 25 IN Div in Hawaii. Additional duties during this time was to develop and maintain the Environmental Operating Permit (EOP) for our operations at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, as well as a guide for FT Hood, Ft Bragg, FT Bliss, and Hawaii Operations. The EOP was and is the basic HAZMAT guide for our operations. Developed the safety compliance standard operating procedures, assembled and posted safety awareness bulletins etc. Performed basic building maintenance requirements, Handing new doors, wiring and plumbing as needed. Initiated Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS) Maintenance tracking for the CECOM Special Projects Office at JBLM. Scheduled and monitored NET (New Equipment Training) Training for SBCT-1, 4, and 7.
Coordinated Classrooms and training support equipment required to train 14000+ Soldiers at Ft Lewis, WA. Provided the necessary training and support requirements to allow the Soldiers to effectively communicate in any environment or location and still maintain situational awareness of the Battlefield.
Facilitated training and logistical support for 38 Critical communications systems.
Logistics Engineer 1/1/2005 - 3/31/2008
SYTEX INC Fort Lewis, Washington
Serves as a Logistics Management Specialist/Systems Integrator for the CECOM Special Projects Office, with responsibility for assisting in the planning, development, coordination, review, analysis, and implementation of logistics programs. Researches, assesses and evaluates readiness data, actions and issues. Coordinates logistics plans, programs and policies for deployments, redeployments, Reset, C4ISR Transformation, ARFORGEN, supply readiness, operations. Executes and reviews logistics programs, long and short range support plans and policies and coordinating actions. Recommends changes required in policy to provide for a more efficient and effective support effort. Provides assistance problem resolution and guidance to I Corps personnel for logistics programs. Identifies deficiencies in support planning and performance, makes recommendations for resolutions and coordinates with activities to achieve stated goals. Executes the Command Supply Discipline
Engineer at large, FBCB2 1/13/2001 - 1/13/2004
Northrop Grumman, ESP, TRW Fort Lewis, Washington
FIELD SUPPORT REPRESENTATIVE FBCB2, Engineer at large, NORTHROP GRUMMON/TRW/ESP. FORT LEWIS, WA 98433, Responsibilities included installation and maintenance for the FBCB2 computer system. Performed integration of FBCB2 systems. Training of Unit Level operators in the use of the FBCB2 system.
Trained communication systems personnel in basic troubleshooting and maintenance procedures.
Conducted field support operations at Ft Lewis, WA, Yakima Training Center, Ft Bragg, N.C., and Ft Irwin, CA. Samara and Mosul lraq.
Experienced with and knowledgeable in the operation of the EPLRS radio system.
Experienced with and knowledgeable in the operation of the MDL
Experienced with and knowledgeable with the GPS.
Experienced with and knowledgeable with the ASIP radio system.
Knowledgeable in the fundamentals of the ABCS systems, CSSCS, ASAS, MCS, and their operating theories.
03/17/1995 to 01/01/1999. Hrs per week: 40,
Warehouse manager 3/18/1995 - 6/18/2000
Environmental Acoustics Inc Redmond, Washington
Conducted performance reviews, handled disciplinary actions.
Decreased delivery times by 30%.
Managed deliveries for 50 plus job sites.
Implemented training course for new recruits, speeding profitability.
Maintained material records for a $5 million inventory.
Maintained company equipment including, vehicles, electrical equipment and tools, powder actuated tools.
Brigade Ammunition Supply Sergeant 1/1/1992 - 1/1/1995
HHC, 181st SPT BN Seattle WA.
55B40: Served as Brigade Ammunition Supply Sergeant for 81st IN BDE (M). Developed and maintained ammunition requirement documents as related to Ammunition Basic Load requirements. Developed and maintained battle book with extensive list of ammunition requirements allowing the BDE to plan ammunition needs in most scenarios.
Supply Sergeant 2/1/1983 - 2/23/1992
CO C, 3-161 In (M)/Co E, 3-161 In (M) Redmond/Puyallup, WA
76Y30/92A30 E6, US Army, 10/1983 – 02/1992
54E Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Defense Specialist 9/23/1980 - 1/23/1986
US Army World Wide
NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL (NBC) SPECIALISTMOS 54E-003 Performed as an additional duty. Performed NBC reconnaissance, operated and maintained detection and decontamination equipment. Trained Unit personnel in NBC defense and survival techniques.
Senior Intelligence Analyst 2/1/1980 - 2/1/1983
US ARMY, HHC, 3-161 INF Kent WA
Military Occupational Specialty Group 96BACE Guide Number
Title: INTELLIGENCE ANALYSTMOS 96B-002
OH-58/ UH-1 Helicopter Crewchief/repairman 9/16/1971 - 12/23/1980
US Army World Wide
Associate Business Administration 9/2009
American Intercontinental University Hoffman Estates, , Illinois
High School or Equivalent General Education 6/1971
Redmond Senior High School Redmond, Washington
Microsoft Office Applications
MS Outlook Currently use
MS Word Currently use
MS Access Currently use
MS Excel Currently use
MS PowerPoint Currently use
MS Groove Currently use
MS OneNote Currently use
MS 7 Use Daily
MS Vista Use Daily
MS XP Experienced
Avionics System Integration
Aircraft ground support
Flight line Safety Operations.
Receipt and issue documentation.
Transportation and distribution
Interest and hobbies
Involved with our church and men's group.
Strong family centered.
Amateur Radio Operator,Technician Level.
Property Book Management
Standard Automated Maintenance System
Environmental Compliance Technician
Fork Lift to 6K
Logistics Information Warehouse trained.
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