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Logistics Manager in Transportation Resume

Desired Industry: Transportation/Air, Sea & Land SpiderID: 73110
Desired Job Location: Richmond Hill, Georgia Date Posted: 7/29/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 62000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No

Goal-driven, dedicated, and detail-
oriented professional with extensive
years of experience in transportation
and logistics management. Expert at
developing plans; analyzing logistics
requirements; and leading the resolution
of complex issues. Efficient in
conducting special studies, inspections,
investigations, and analysis in
accordance to instructions to ensure
adherence of all operations to company
and customer specifications. Skilled at
implementing cost-saving measures
without compromising quality. Armed with
excellent communication, logistical,
analytical, organizational, problem-
solving, and interpersonal skills.
Currently possess an active Secret
Security Clearance and valid Georgia
Commercial Driver's License.

258th Movement Control Team (MCT) –
Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF) - Savannah,
Senior Logistics Supervisor/ Detachment
1SG Nov 2012–Present
Provide oversight to the air movement
operations, encompass arranging schedule
of onward movement, facilitating
training and performing airfield
operations. Offer recommendation to the
MCT Commander and administer briefing
for the command and the staff with
regard to personnel training,
installation, and movement phases.
Monitor the overall import and export
cargo transportation documentation.
Key Highlights:
- Spearheaded the entire operation
of more than 139 flights and 14,105
personnel leaving and arriving HAAF in
support of the Operation Enduring
Freedom. Established and implemented the
most cost-effective procedures and
routes for shipments.
- Developed and implemented
training events in support of the
company’s Global Response Force
Certification and C2CRE mission, which
resulted to constant attainment of 92%
average in readiness.
- Drove the company’s fleet
responsible for rolling stock and
equipment toward 100% readiness through
implementation of strict maintenance and
supply management program.

840th Transportation Surface Deployment
Distribution Command – Port of Shuabia,
Special Projects Operations Supervisor/
S3 Operations NCOIC Nov 2011–Nov
Developed plans and coordinated the
movement of material, personnel, and
freight worldwide by air, land, and sea
transport. Held full accountability in
overseeing budget, supervising
consultant and advisor on command
policies as well as long-range plans,
programs, and operations. Offered cargo
to the Ocean Cargo Clearance Authority
(OCCA); Maintained accurate
documentation in accordance with the
Military Standard Transportation and
Movement Procedures (MILSTAMP). Ensured
completion of commercial bills of lading
(CBLs) for import and export cargo
through the use of Global Freight
Management (GFM). Operated the
battalion’s Aircraft Personnel Automated
and Clearance System for all personnel
within Jordan, Dubai, Qatar, Oman, and
Mazar Sharif.
Key Highlights:
- Strategically directed the
procurement, distribution, and in-
transit processing of more than 1,200
20ft. containers of ammunition from the
United States to Kuwait, Afghanistan,
Jordan, Dubai, and Iraq.
- Proactively offered policy-level
coordination with the Department of
Defense components, host nation
ministries, and other industry groups
concerning explosive and hazardous cargo
movements throughout the Southwest Asia.
- Guided traffic management
operations for import and export of all
Defense Transportation System (DTS)
cargo in transiting the CENTCOM AOR for
Kuwait, Iraq, Dubai, and Jordan and
ocean ports throughout the area of
- Served as Foreign Military Sales
(FMS) manager, responsible for the
maintenance of GATES Ocean manifesting
system; expeditious movement of DTS
cargo by using worldwide
ocean/intermodal contracts (Universal
Services Contract 06).
- Expertly directed the entire
battalion training section during
RIP/TOA; facilitated the Semi-Annual
Operational Training Brief (SAOTB); and
led the implementation of a one-year

358th Automated Cargo Documentation
Detachment – 24th Transportation
Battalion, Eustis, VA, USA
Senior Logistics Supervisor/ Detachment
1SG Oct 2009–Nov 2011
Functioned as the senior advisor,
accountable for providing in-transit
visibility of cargo in ocean terminals,
fixed ports, and logistics-over-the-
shore (LOTS) operations for break-bulk
and containerized cargo. Held
responsibility in supervising more than
6,000 metric tons, 175 pieces of cargo
for five MSC vessels during the
battalions LOTS exercises at Fort Story,
Virginia. Supervised compliance with the
Department of Defense Transportation
Regulations, in cooperation with other
Key Highlights:
- Exhibited keen eye for detail in
regulating the distribution of $60M
worth of relief aid and support
equipment for the operation Unified
Response in Haiti.
- Secured 100% visibility of
equipment during ITV operations in Haiti
that involved planning and coordinating
personnel to be accountable for the
Portable Deployment Kit (PDK), World
Wide Port System (WPS), and marshaling
yard operations; commended by the 3rd
ESC commander for mitigating issues and
streamlining the processing for onward
- Presided over the entire health,
welfare, training, and safety of 48
personnel and equipment, Ensured zero
injuries, safety accidents, and
incidents during multiple seaport
operations including the upload of over
5000 pieces of rolling stock.

346th Transportation (Training)
Battalion – Hattiesburg, MS, USA
Enlisted Advisor/ Observer Controller /
Trainer Oct 2006–Oct 2009
Supervised and mentored 475 personnel on
the dynamics of terrorist attacks,
protective counterintelligence, physical
security, access control, and mail
screening. Closely collaborated with the
coalition forces regarding individual
and collective training. Developed
annual training briefs and plans in
support of the unit's METL. Presided
over training for over 15,000 personnel
and 38,000 training events to ensure
adherence of mobilized units to all
required FORSCOM standards.
Key Highlights:
- Gained designation as advisor
for 12 reserve units consisting of over
6000 personnel while ensuring readiness
level for deployment; Stabilized
efficient flow of more than 38,000
training events in support of new
- Served as primary contact
between Camp Shelby Validating
Committees and the units mobilizing for
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and
Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).
- Pioneered the improvement of
both long- and short-range training
plans as well as training events for
designated units, which resulted to
saving over $315K.
- Played a key role for the
development of new training tracking
system plan for the battalion which was
used by the brigade for encompassing all
tracking requirements from 42% to over

United States Army Area Support Group-
Kuwait (ASG-KU) - Camp Arifjan/Doha,
Installation Transportation Office NCOIC
Oct 2005–Oct 2006
Provided effectual guidance to 16
logistics management supervisors and 421
Kuwaiti employees in administering
reception, staging, onward movement, and
integration (RSOI) of contingency
operations. Offered recommendation on
investments in technology, capital,
equipment systems, and other assets in
order to enhance service quality.
Administered 24 convoy movement
operations and Area Port of Debarkation
(APOD) missions consisting of over 5,000
Key Highlights:
- Strategically managed $2.5M
contract to safely move 22 company
operations worth over $50M from Camp
Doha to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Led Middle
East division operations with 450
- Assumed responsibility in
preparing the transportation motor pool
fleet accident report, which led to over
$4M in savings.
- Participated in coordinating
heavy lift support for $2.1M contract;
managed transportation motor pool
operations of more than 3,000 vehicles
valued at $50M and AMC channel air
- Licensed and considered an
expert on Material Handling Equipment
(MHE);3-30K Forklifts, Container
Handlers / Wretches.
- Demonstrated expertise in
regulating more than 22,500 port calls,
15,700 commercial tickets, and 9,000
emergency leaves.

Aug 2014 Bachelor of Science in
Business Administration, Major in Project

Third Party Logistics (3PL) - Supply
Chain and Resource Management -
Transportation Planning and Management -
Inter and Intra Service Support -
Process Optimization - Staff
Coordination and Training - Leadership
and Team Building

Additional Information:

2012 Contracting Officer &
Acquisition Ethics Representative Course
- Shuabia, Kuwait
2012 Transportation/Supply
Information Systems: Transportation
Coordinator-Automated Information for
Movements System II (TC-AIMS II), Global
Air Transportation Execution System
(GATES), Automated Movement Flow
Tracking (AMFT)-ITV, Integrated Booking
System-Container Management Module (IBS-
CMM) - Shuabia, Kuwait
2011 Sexual Harassment Assault Repose
Program (SHARP) - Camp Shelby, MS
2006 Anti-terrorism (ANTI-TERR)/FRC
PROT II - Camp Shelby, MS
2005 Senior Leadership Course - Fort
Eustis, VA
2002 Hazmat Safety in Transportation
Certification - Fort Polk, LA
2001 Equal Opportunity Representative
Course- Fort Polk, LA
2001 Traffic Management Coordinator
Course - Fort Eustis, VA

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