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Logistics Supervisor Resume

Desired Industry: Transportation/Air, Sea & Land SpiderID: 80889
Desired Job Location: Hamilton, Georgia Date Posted: 4/17/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 04.18.18
Desired Wage: 65000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: No

Goal-driven and performance-focused professional with extensive experience in all aspects of logistics operations, inventory control, and regulatory compliance. Expert at identifying deficiencies and opportunities; developing operational solutions; and supervising cross-functional teams to drive timely and within-budget completion of all deliverables. Effective leader with outstanding operational and managerial background; along with strong communication, analytical, and critical thinking skills. Currently holding an Active Secret Clearance.


L3 Communications, Iraq
Logistic Specialist 3, C3ISR Program Oct 2017–Present
-Execute calibration of SAP/GCSS-Army supply system and tool room while identifying logistical support sequences, lead times, transportation requirements, and stock levels
-Aid with the production process by ensuring all supplies, tools, and equipment are on hand; maintaining efficient and effective supply systems; and conducting inventory cycle counts and audits
-Ensure adherence to company and government communications security (COMSEC) policies and procedures, as well as with international traffic in arms regulations (ITAR) and International Air Transport Association (IATA) /49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) regulations for shipment of equipment
-Generate reports and other applicable documents regarding acquisition, issues, procurement, turn-in, and disposal of government equipment
-Hold accountability in receiving stores; distributing tools, machine tool fixtures, and measuring devices; and analyzing, auditing, and guaranteeing calibration of devices
-Served as driving force in successfully turning in more than $16M in aircraft parts

Bravura, Inc., Afghanistan
Field Engineer Mar 2017–Oct 2017
-Handled removal, installation, and troubleshooting of MX20 series cameras and repair of fiber optics issues, as well as routine maintenance and analysis including hardware configurations
-Determined perfect order index (POI) and potential threats by reading and plotting grids on digital maps
-Demonstrated ability to interpret weather meteorologist reports to forecast winds aloft and potential weather threats

VSE, Fort Benning GA, USA
Property Control Technician Nov 2016–Feb 2017
-Took charge of acquiring, receiving, administering, storing, and securing the United States government major items of tooling, repair, equipment, parts, and other materials with special storage and distribution missions
-Implemented inventory controls on all received shipments; incoming government and vendor procured material inspections; and acceptance and rejection according to adequacy of design and compliance with specifications
-Served as key liaison between vendors and warehouses for the transfer of supplies and equipment

IAP (RMS)/Sallyport Flight Service Center/Air Craft Parts Store, Afghanistan
Senior Material Storage Supervisor Dec 2014–Apr 2016
-Rendered keen oversight to various types of due in for maintenance assets of F-16, C-130, and A-10 aircrafts
-Coordinated with repair cycle technicians in managing daily listings, as well as with transportation management organization (TMO) for daily receiving and shipping of mission capable (MICAP) items
-Oversaw time change, supply points, and time compliance with technical orders due in for maintenance
-Executed 100% inventories and load, change or delete materials (FCS) using ES-S air force system
-Maintained strict compliance of all turn ins with disposition instructions and guidelines of assets
-Collaborated with functional experts from the pilot unit and AFCEC, along with engineers and equipment specialists at the support source of supply to identify replacement stock numbers for obsolete and terminal items
-Took charge of approving War Reserve Materiel (WRM)and Readiness Spares Packages (RSP) funding requirements
-Exhibited in-depth knowledge of and implement strict adherence to AFMAN 23-110 regulations

Mantech (RCV), Afghanistan
Logistics Analyst/Movement Control Mar 2013–Jun 2014
-Fulfilled duties such as shipping and receiving operations for military equipment and parts; assessing item unique identification (IUID) while ensuring compliance; and completing DD-1149 forms for the transfer of materials
-Managed, packages, and documented equipment for shipment; organized organizational staging, transportation assets, and visibility for military movement; and mirrored the inventory in Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced (SAMS-E) to match the inventory in LOGMASTRE
-Keenly determined and resolved problem areas in mine resistant ambush protected (MRAP), while serving military tasking authority to ensure priorities and schedules were met

Advantage Federal Force Protection, Kuwait
Movement Coordinator Nov 2011–Dec 2012
-Promptly resolved shipping issue by communicating with vendors; installed military vehicle axles; generated transportation movement documents and updated diagrams of container layouts; and verified user requests for supplies and equipment; and ensured efficient operations at minimum cost
-Guaranteed vehicle readiness for painting stages, sandblasted various mechanical items, and organized vehicles
-Directly supervised personnel, equipment, and cargo; conducted transportation movement request processes; and administered MCT Joint Asset Movement Management System
-Executed transportation assets coordination, organizational staging, and military equipment movement and visibility

Fluor, Afghanistan
Material Control Specialist Nov 2010–Nov 2011
-Conducted analysis of work processes and generation of matrices for measuring performance
-Estimated supply usage, levels, order points, stockage, and economic order quantities
-Evaluated materials to validate adherence to specifications
-Coordinated materials for repackaging, storage, retrograde, issue, disposal, and shipment to designated locations
-Executed the removal of materials from inventory and preparation for shipment involving proper blocking, crating, bracing, and packing inside shipping containers and pallets for truck and air movement

Kellogg, Brown, and Root (KBR), Afghanistan
Supply Technician Nov 2008–Nov 2010
-Oversaw the daily planning, receiving, storage, inventory, and warehouse functions
-Accommodated customer requests; processed monetary exchanges transactions and allocations among government funds; and validated packing slips with incoming purchase orders and document shortages/damages


First Data, Columbus, GA, USA
Image Coordinator | Fiber Optical Imager Oct 2006–Nov 2008

Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Certification
Persistent Surveillance Systems-Tethered Certification

Resource Allocation
Warehousing, Shipping, and Receiving
Asset and Property Book Management
Supply Chain and Transportation Operations
Strategic Operations Planning
Quality Assurance and Risk Management
Rapid Conflict Resolutions
Staff Training and Supervision

Additional Information:

Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint)
Military/Governmental Systems (ES-S, MAXIMO, AWRDS, PBUSE, SARSS, SAMS-E, FEDLOG, GCSS ARMY and SAP

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