Logistic Management Analyst - Transportation Air, Sea & Land Resume Se
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Logistic Management Analyst Resume


Desired Industry: Transportation/Air, Sea & Land SpiderID: 80511
Desired Job Location: Douglasville, Georgia Date Posted: 1/23/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 85000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly accomplished, detail-oriented, and results-driven professional offering comprehensive experience in all facets of supply chain operations and logistics administration.
Armed with in-depth knowledge of Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), HAZMAT Management System (HMMS), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS), Lean Six Sigma methodologies, and federal and Middle East logistics regulations. Adept at creating and implementing innovative solutions to streamline operations and achieve organizational objectives. Equipped with exceptional communication and interpersonal aptitudes in establishing strong rapport with colleagues and professionals of all levels; capable of working within fast-paced settings without compromising performance and results. Holding a current Active Secret Security Clearance.


Experience:
Fluor Government Group, Greenville, SC
Transportation Coordinators–Automated Information for Movement Systems-II (TC-AIMS-II) Operator Aug 2015–Present
Direct the movement control support operations across 20 countries in the United States Central Command in Afghanistan
Serve as liaison between the United States military and civilian institutions in organizing and implementing critical air and sea missions in Afghanistan, Dubai, Kuwait, and neighboring Middle East countries
Effectively control 50 missions weekly, positioning more than $80M of military and civilian equipment including 30,000 tons of baggage in over 10,000 missions
Administer supplies and equipment movement by efficiently uploading information on radio frequency identification data (RFID) tags while facilitating trainings based on clients’ request
Function as subject matter expert in all facets of asset management, as well as movement plan, coordination, and execution allowing consistent and dependable customer service while cultivating long-term relationships with military and civilian institutions
Display in-depth knowledge of logistics support requirements and program objectives while examining relationship of logistics programs and establishing, planning, and implementing specialized logistics functions
Formulate short- and long-term plans to develop and achieve the company objectives; maintain active involvement in work products peer reviews; and gather form requirements specifications ensuring accurate requirements interpretation
Utilize comprehensive qualitative and quantitative methods in analyzing and establishing planning procedures to improve the quality and efficiency of complex logistics requests and supply needs
Expertly manage and prioritize workflow optimizing productivity and efficiency to achieve critical deadlines while integrating separate functions within a cohesive logistics program
Work closely with customer representatives to gather feedback regarding quality and program usage
Career Highlights
Developed procedures by suggesting optimal usage of available resources according to results of administrative studies, ongoing evaluation of work processes and procedures, and assessment of corrective actions
Boosted client satisfaction through evaluation of efficient logistic operations and identification of possible resolution for issues
Streamlined workflow and procedures by keenly managing shipping documents and reports, as well as arranging cargo freights
Made significant contributions in the successful coordination and implementation of more than 5,000 redeployment missions within the Continental United States (CONUS)

Logistics Coordinator Jun 2012–Aug 2015
Provided keen supervision to seven staff and held responsibility for assets amounting to $50M
Drove efforts in arranging transportation and disposal of bulky scrap metal valuing more than $10M through business establishment with local subcontract vendor
Assumed accountability in providing training to the Base Closure Assistance teams in consolidating, transporting, and reintegrating base equipment procedures
Devised and initiated supply documentation and processes, maintaining 100% responsibility for government property
Supervised the implementation of long- and short-term logistics plans, ensuring organized and authorized equipment availability and proper budgeting
Observed strict compliance with overall federal environmental, safety, and hazardous waste regulations by identifying negative issues affecting operations, evaluating daily requirements, and establishing program objectives
Held responsibility in maintaining accurate logs of all needed maintenance, technical manuals, drawings, and all other required written materials
Formulated short- and long-term transportation requirements by analyzing and interpreting several transportation regulations, directives, technical and doctrinal publications, policies, and instructions
Measured and observed program performance, eliminated risks, recognized problems, and suggested solutions by keenly reviewing financial data and various information from several resources
Performed various tasks, such as authenticating inventory, arranging electronic and hard copies of important documentation in assistance with order fulfillment, distribution means, pricing, and contractual obligations
Career Highlights
Delivered outstanding management and supervision of the Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) which obtained over $100M in savings
Augmented staff productivity by providing efficient coaching to the Mobile Container Assistance teams on effective resources usage for material movement
Recognized issues, analyzed requirements, and identified program objectives ensuring 100% compliance with federal regulations
Fulfilled managerial tasks, including delivering expert guidance on logistical regulations, policy concerns, and innovative solutions which saved over $50M for tax payers
Played an integral role in saving $2M worth of transportation costs by coaching staff regarding reverse logistics methods application
Decreased bottlenecks and arranged project schedules by analyzing requirements and allocating resources in adherence to all suggested guidelines and customer requirements
Minimized costs and obtained freight savings, service, and contractual requirements by efficiently planning routes and payloads, selecting proper more of transportations, and tracking shipments accurately from pickup to delivery


Education:
Master of Science in Transportation and Logistics Management, In Progress, Expected Completion Nov 2018
GPA: 3.68
American Public University, Charles Town, WV

Bachelor of Science in Transportation and Logistics Management, 2016
GPA: 3.0
American Public University, Charles Town, WV

Six Sigma Black Belt Certification, In Progress, Expected Completion Date: Feb 2018
Six Sigma White Belt Certification, Oct 2017
Aveta Business Institute, Cranberry Township, PA

Occupational Certification, Major in Life Cycle Logistics Level 1, 2011
Defense Acquisition University, Fort Belvoir, VA


Affiliations:
Prince Hall Free & Accepted Mason
Saint John’ Lodge #79, Washington Jurisdiction


Skills:
Inventory Control
Business and Systems Analysis
Project and Operations Management
Facility and Equipment Maintenance
Regulatory Compliance
Quality Assurance
Performance Evaluation
Staff Training and Supervision
Client Relations and Retention
Vendor Administration


Additional Information:
Professional Development

Defense Acquisition University (DAU), Fort Belvoir, VA
Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals, 2011
Designing for Supportability in Department of Defense Systems, 2011
Fundamentals of System Sustainment Management, 2011
Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management, 2011
Performance-Based Logistics Product Support, 2011

United States Army, Germany, Hunter Army Airfield-Savannah, GA
Standard Army Retail Supply System, 2010
Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures, 2010
Standard Army Management Information Systems, 2010
Unit-Level Logistics System Ground/Air
Federal Logistics Information System
Standard Army Maintenance System
Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Access, Word, and PowerPoint)

Department of Defense, Washington, DC
Secret Internet Protocol Router Network, 2010

DynCorp, Fort Worth, TX
Integrated Booking System and Container Management Module, 2010


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