Project Manager | Fleet Manager - Transportation Air, Sea & Land Resum
Project Manager | Fleet Manager - Transportation Air, Sea & Land Resum
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Project Manager | Fleet Manager Resume

Desired Industry: Transportation/Air, Sea & Land SpiderID: 80921
Desired Job Location: Fort Knox, Kentucky Date Posted: 4/25/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 45000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes

Versatile, detail-oriented, and performance-focused professional, equipped with experience in project management and equipment maintenance and repair. Adept at operating and managing equipment, maintaining records, preparing detailed reports, and training and supervising employees. Highly skilled at developing strategic initiatives to achieve goals and objectives; coupled with the ability to work under pressure and within fast-paced environments. Currently holding T5 eligibility Level 2 SCI Clearance.

Wolverine, Ft. Knox, KY, USA
Production Control Clerk 2011–2012
Took charge of operating peripheral equipment which included printers, communication equipment, and storage devices
Handled the maintenance of records including problem documentation, actions taken, computer utilization logs, file identification, and equipment inventories
Performed various tasks, such as organizing machining, calculating requirements, and researching error messages
Created and maintained garrison service and production schedule
Provided assistance in driving and accomplishing logistical contractual goals
Introduced impact purchasing tracking system which decreased redundant requests and purchases by 50%

The Logistics Company, Ft. Knox, KY, USA
Production Control Clerk and Supply Technician 2011
Assumed accountability in drafting, maintaining, and submitting master equipment executive report to base garrison commander
Offered support to department managers in determining new suppliers
Identified personnel requirements to ensure effective scheduling while managing standing orders
Prepared backlog reports in collaboration with other managers
Oversaw timely flow of jobs between departments, along with the processing and publishing of reports, work orders, faxes, master schedule, and updates
Utilized Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and Oracle in performing Adhoc quarries that enhanced executive reports weekly; reports were major planning efforts for the Fort Knox commanding General (CG); oversaw all ground assets for the entire post from weed eaters to fire engines
Strictly adhered to and developed all materials planning procedures, standard operating procedures, quality assurance procedures, safety and sanitation programs, and environmental and government regulations
Held responsibility in preparing and maintaining computer records
Generated money saving techniques, thus generating over $9K monthly

United States Army, Various Locations
Chief Warrant Officer 3, 465L SAC Command Control Systems (SACCS), Honorable Discharge 1990–2010
Served as Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer
Planned, organized, and executed field maintenance of wheeled and light tracked vehicles self-propelled artillery systems, and fire control, armament, ground support, and powered driven chemical equipment
Diagnosed, tested, and analyzed malfunctions of unit equipment
Managed the establishment and operation of unit shop stock lists for field repair and maintenance related operations
Established and enforced shop fire and safety programs
Manages unit calibration requirements and unit level oil analysis program
Prepared readiness reports wrote internal SOPs for maintenance areas
Directed emergency recovery and repair for all unit equipment
Administered the Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS)
Took charge of scheduling periodic maintenance and services
Managed dispatch of passenger, cargo, and combat vehicles as well as requisitioning and exchange of repair parts and disposal of POL products
Developed internal procedures to receive, issue, and store tools, parts, publications, and POL product

Fleet Manager, 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command (ESC) | Ft. Knox, KY, USA 2007–2010
Directed more than 53,000 pieces of equipment in monitoring Afghanistan, Iraq, and Northern Horn of Africa
Provided expert oversight to 5,000 personnel in dealing with work-related issues
Fulfilled expanded duties, such as reviewing labor to guarantee quality; clarifying maintenance and fleet projects to executive staff; checking materials against work orders; enforcing safety regulations; and ensuring department compliance with all regulatory procedures
Efficiently handled organizational resources and assets; and attained and utilized knowledge sets, which included bar coding software, calendar and scheduling software, desktop computers, electronic mail, flatbed trailers, forklift, map creation, mapping software, materials requirements planning logistics and supply chain software, Microsoft Office Suite, mobile location-based services software, and Optimum Logistics LoadPlanner, personal digital assistants (PDAs), spreadsheet, and multi switch communication devices
Applied technical skills in developing software applications which reduced job wait time by 70%
Executed software program which tracked parts using LIBD and LIW, which expedited the writing of an executive report from 2 weeks to 45 minutes; and decreased the job over 90 days by 62% and over 60 days by 70%
Maintenance Superintendent, 101st Division | Ft. Campbell, KY, USA 2000–2007
Took charge of planning and prioritizing maintenance procedures of organizations equipment as well as supervising 900 personnel
Administered the investigation, reporting, and documentation of vehicle accidents including personal and property damages
Directed staff duties which included promotions, transfers, evaluations, and discipline
Maintained personnel and production records, inventory data, repair statistics, maintenance logs, and test results
Displayed competency in developing, writing, and maintaining policies and procedures
Managed maintenance budgets in excess of $12M and $400K cash transactions
Wrote articles for AR750-1 and PM magazine while evaluating policies and procedures

Bachelor of Science in Project Management with Emphasis in Information Technology
Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY

Associate of Arts in Business
Elizabeth Community and Technical College, Elizabethtown, KY
Graduated with Distinction

Strategic Planning and Implementation | Process Improvement | Fleet Management |Database Administration
Problem Resolution | Logistic Operations | Material Handling Techniques |Quality Control

Additional Information:
-Professional Development-

Green Belt Lean Six Sigma Certification
Certified Contracting Officer
Certified Financial Consultant
Certified Budget Officer
Certified Automotive Technician
HAZMAT and Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Qualified
Level 2 System Administrators, Department of Defense (DOD) CAF Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS)

Action Officer Development Course
Unit Maintenance Repair Course
Unit Maintenance Technical Warrant Officer Advanced Course (WOAC)
Driver’s License | State of Kentucky
CFC |Chemical Handling License

-Military Awards-

Iraq Campaign Medal (Two Campaign Stars) | Bronze Star Medal (2) | Meritorious Service Medal (2)
Army Achievement Medal (4) | Army Commendation Medal (6) | Meritorious Unit Commendation Medal
Army Good Conduct Medal (3) | National Defense Service | Development Ribbon (2)
South West Asia Service Medal with Three Bronze Service Stars | Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Korean Defense Service Medal | Non-commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (2)
Overseas Service Ribbon (6) |Ku-Lib Medal (Saudi Arabia and Kuwait) | Driver and Mechanic Badge
EXC in Compete Rifleman Badge
2nd Place, Total Army, Army Award for Maintenance Excellence (AAME) Award


Western Kentucky University Alumni
Member, Review Board

-Technical Acumen-

Samse | LIW | LIBD | Microsoft Office Suite| JPAS | SWFT |DISS | JVS | CATS|RAPIDS

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