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Logistics Management Federal Resume Sample


Logistics Management Federal Resume Sample

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LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
Vacancy Announcement Number: SCBK11214429E
Series and Grade: GS-0346-13/13
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Citizenship: US Citizen

QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE

Broad experience in the development, coordination, and execution of logistic management for various systems, such as Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS), Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS), Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE), Army War Reserve Deployment ystem
(AWRDS), Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW), and Transportation Coordinators’ Automated Information for Movements System (TCAIMS). Documented success in the conceptualization and implementation of innovative programs that generate remarkable savings. Excellent managerial traits with the ability to lead, guide, and control diverse teams and subordinates, combined with uncommon team-building and team management ability to achieve challenging team targets as demonstrated in the success of multimillion-dollar initiatives. Strong background in applying innovative, state-of-the-art concepts to reduce costs while increasing efficiency. Unparalleled commitment in leading diverse multi-functional teams to enhance performance and profits. High familiarity with directing pricing functions, along with in-depth expertise in performing accurate forecast and industry analyses. Currently holds secret security clearance.

KEY EXPERTISE

  • Logistics and Operations Scheduling
  • Instructional Design and Course Development
  • Outstanding International Relationships
  • Leadership, Training, and Team Building
  • Project Management
  • Efficient Budget and Time Management
  • Cost Reduction and Containment
  • Strategic, Operational and Tactical Planning
  • Strong Analytical and Interpersonal Skills
  • Continuous Process/Performance Improvement
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Contract Negotiation

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Supply Support Activity Accountable Officer
F CO 6TH BATTALION 52ND ADA, Suwon Air Base, APO AP 96275
FEB 2010-FEB 2011
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  • Supported 23 non-divisional Department of Defense Activity Address Code DoDAACs along with other units within the Peninsula.
  • Carried out various functions, including receiving, storage, issuance, stock record, and system administration.
  • Worked directly with wholesale activities as well as the Corps Theater Automated Service Center (CTACS) at Red Stone Arsenal, Alabama.
  • Approved stockage of 3073 lines valued more than $27M.
  • Guaranteed the professional development, health, and safety of 10 noncommissioned officers and 22 junior enlisted soldiers.
  • Developed and maintained plans for operations, physical security, and communications within the SSA.
  • Provided professional supervision to the team, maintaining at least a 95% match rate on all turn-in and ordering of exchange pricing list.
  • Handled the requisition, processing, accountability, and shipment of all priority Class II, III, IV and IX repairs parts and supplies 18 customers.
  • Brought major contributions in obtaining commendable ratings for the battalion’s Supply Support Activity from the 8th Army Audit Team.
  • Served as a liaison between the 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, 35th Brigade, and the 6th Battalion 52nd Air Defense Artillery that boosted the unit’s logistical readiness to “Fight Tonight”.
  • Facilitated and executed the Army’s exchange pricing program that remarkably saved more than $5M in recoverable parts.
  • Led strategic efforts for 6-52 ADA’s SSA to be chosen to compete for the 8th Army Supply Excellence Award.
  • Ranked in the top 1% officer and was among the best officers with unyielding devotion to the battalion.
  • Played a pivotal role in consistently maintaining 100% inventory accuracy, remarkably surpassing the DA standards of 1% upon achieving zero denials.
  • Acted as brigade supply system technician, DLA representative, and Joint Task Force logistics advisor.

Supply Systems Technician
HHC, 589TH BSB, 41ST FIRES BRIGADE, Fort Hood, TX 76544
MAY 2009-FEB 2010
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  • Planned, organized, and carried out all logistics readiness functions, which included asset visibility, in-transit visibility functions, logistical readiness tracking, reporting procedures; employed direct oversight of logistics contracting actions.
  • Provided assistance in the execution of logistics strategy in line with 41st Fire Brigade’s policies while ensuring efficient and timely delivery of assets.
  • Organized logistics operations with other organizations to guarantee on-time implementation and continuous improvement of standard logistics processes.
  • Offered logistical supervision and recommendation to the SPO, S4, staff, and subordinate commander.
  • Instructed and trained subordinates and superiors on various aspects of logistical support.
  • Played a vital role in overseeing 589th BSB’s Multi-Class Supply Support Activity (SSA) operations.
  • Instrumental in the successful and timely instituting of SSA and its 1,186 line ASL which set the conditions for 41st Fire Brigades impeccable RESET operations.
  • Proficiently maintained the ORIL report with zero items over 10 days; flawlessly organized the manager review file (MRF) while ensuring all 23 customers’ Department of Defense Activity Address Code were appropriately loaded into the CTAS, allowing them to request and receive parts.
  • Served as key leader, determining and requesting more than $2M in equipment shortages.
  • Chosen over numerous other officers to perform duties as Rear Detachment Commander.
  • Seamlessly organized the reintegration training of more than 300 soldiers.

General Supply Officer
HHC, 589TH BSB, 41ST FIRES BRIGADE, FOB DELTA, Iraq, APO AE 09317
JUN 2008-APR 2009
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  • Worked on a modular Fires Brigade consisting of 2 M270A1 Battalion, Brigade Support Battalions (BSB), a target acquisition battery, a signal company, a headquarters and headquarters battery, and 6 military transition teams.
  • Supported the Supply Support Activity and subordinate unit supply personnel for organic 41st Fire Brigade bulk water and fuel operations.
  • Managed the overaged recoverable item listing (ORIL), and instructed the support operation officer on all matters involving supply commodities.

Supply Systems Technician | Accountable Officer
A CO 589TH BSB, 41ST FIRES BRIGADE III, FOB Delta, Iraq APO AE
JUN 2007-JUN 2008
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  • Held accountability for 1132 lines of authorized stockage list (ASL) worth more than $9M.
  • Functioned as advisor and problem solver for the Commander on issues involving all facets of Supply Support Activity (SSA) performance and logistic systems interfaces.
  • Planned and coordinated the SSA for garrison, training, and wartime operations.
  • Sustained the visibility of critical Class IX repair parts that impacted the brigade’s combat readiness.
  • Reviewed supply management report to ensure that SSA met recognized supply performance objectives.

Assistant Chief of Staff
HHC, 13TH SUSTAINMENT COMMAND (EXPEDITIONARY), Fort Hood, TX 76544
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  • Provided assistance in managing 2 brigades; a multi-functional brigade, a medical brigade, and 3 separate Battalions with 55 company size units.
  • Served as principal staff officer for the Commander directing all internal supply, maintenance, food service, transportation and facilities engineer support, as well as policies and procedure.
  • Oversaw the entire real property within the command.
  • Supervised the requisition, acquisition, storage distribution, and maintenance of all supplies and equipment.
  • Expertly handled the cross-leveling of equipment within the command to meet commanders’ mission requirements.
  • Ensured conformity with the Command supply discipline program.
  • Led the day-to-day operations, training, and moral welfare of 4 officers, 20 soldiers, and 6 civilians.
  • Administered and organized lateral transfers, left behind equipment and reset maintenance programs, food service initiatives, unit status reporting, and complex facility plan development for more than 130 facilities within 13th SC (E) footprint.
  • Gained recognition as an outstanding warrant officer with unlimited potential to accomplish the absolute hardest mission.

Accountable Officer | Warrant Officer
A/173RD SUPPORT BATTALION, 173RD AIRBORNE BRIGADE, APO, AE
JUN 2005-MAY 2006
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  • Rendered logistical support for all classes of supply.
  • Provided health, welfare, moral, tactical, and technical training of 4 NCOs, 6 soldiers, and 31 civilians along with ensuring the operational readiness of more than 10 pieces of equipment.
  • Administered the receipt, storage, issue, and turn-in of more than 4100 authorized stockage lists (ASL) amounting to more than $10M.
  • Ensured conformance of stock control and storage procedure with regulatory requirement while providing effective customer support.
  • Analyzed and supported the Commander on all supply management issues.
  • Implemented and operated a diverse Supply Support Activity in support of Operation Enduring Freedom IV; executed a responsive referral system that reduced customer referral wait time in theatre by half, down to 7 days, which was below the theater average.
  • Significantly decreased SSA’s lines with zero balance metric, from 24% to an incredible 8% in the first 2 weeks.
  • Positioned in the top 5% of all warrant officer in the battalion.

Accountable Officer
DELTA CO. 702D MAIN SUPPORT BATTALION, 2D INFANTRY DIVISION, APO, AP 96224
AUG 2003-DEC 2004
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  • Played a leadership role in managing the 2nd Infantry Division’s Main Support Battalion CL IX Supply Support Activity (SSA) while forward-deployed in Korea.
  • Managed 4,424 lines of authorized stockage listing (ASL) amounting to more than $16M in support of 50 2ID customer as well as 2 forward support battalions and an aviation maintenance battalion.
  • Rendered supervision while developing the welfare and morale of 34 soldiers and 23 Korean Service Corps personnel; trained and prepared all personnel to deploy the SSA into a tactical environment.
  • Administered the storage, receiving, and issuance of CL IX repair parts to support 2ID’s combat platforms.
  • Held accountability in issuing and transporting referrals to other warehouses as well as ensuring serviceability and operations of all SARSS-1 automation equipment.
  • Substantially expedited the ASL processing time to one day, guaranteeing that any incoming parts, referral, or retrograde items were process within 24 hours.
  • Gained acknowledgment upon placing third in the 8th Army’s Supply Excellence Award and obtaining a commendable rating on the DISCOMC Command Inspection.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (2002)
ABC College and University, San Antonio, TX 78204

High School Diploma (1991)
CDE High School, Corsicana, TX, 75110

RECENT TRAINING

United States Army Sustainment Command Logistic
Modernization Program (LMP) – 2011
Logistic Reassignment
Introduction to LMP Report Navigation
LMP Support Resources Web-Based Training
LMP Navigation Web-Based Training
Warrant Officer Advance Course -2010

US Army Logistic University, Fort Lee, VA – 2010
SARSS2AC/2B Material Manager Course

The International Society of Logistics (SOLE) and US
Army Logistic University – 2010

AWARDS AND HONORS

Meritorious Service Medals (3)
Army Commendation Medals (3)
Army Achievement Medals (4)
Army Good Conduct Medals (3)
National Defense Service Medals (2)
Afghanistan Campaign Medal-Campaign Star
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
Korean Defense Service Medal
Noncommissioned Officers Professional Development
Ribbons (2)
Army Service Ribbon
Overseas Service Ribbons (5)
Combat Action Badge

AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

Lifetime Warrant Officer Association, Military
Officers Association of America (MOAA)

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