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Equipment Maintenance Supervision

Dynamic, detail-oriented and results-focused Logistics and Equipment Maintenance professional a verifiable record of achievement in Global Supply Chain and Maintenance development and execution, resulting in collaborative logistics support and superior equipment maintenance/repair initiatives for military industry leaders. Proven competencies in improvement of organizational productivity through the development and implementation of strategies that foster operational synergies and facilitate lasting and positive change.

CORE STRENGTHS

 Global Logistics
 Equipment Repair/Maintenance
 Leadership/Mentor
 Operation Directives
 Light/Heavy Equipment
 Staff Evaluations
 Quality Control
 Vehicle Training

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2011 to Present: Logistics Coordinator – Company Name, City, ST
 Provide superior maintenance/repairs for (NTV) non-technical vehicle, coordinating the maintenance shop.
 Collaborate with Material Class IX warehouse in ordering, identifying and delivering parts to the Light and Heavy vehicle maintenance shop efficiently and preparing vehicle maintenance for daily and weekly Operation Readiness Report (ORR) of equipment status.
2009 to 2010 – Logistics Coordinator – Brown & Root Services, Baghdad, Iraq
Oversaw all operations of Collection and Disposal of waste water from Ablution units on Joint Base Balad, Iraq.
Managed up to 40 multinational workforce personnel of heavy truck drivers and assistants.
Provided QA/QC on daily operations of waste water collection and disposal missions, safety, vehicle inspections and personal protection outer wear equipment (PPE).
Ensured Standard Operating Procedures and Statement of Work was enforced.
2008 to 2009: Logistics Coordinator – Brown & Root Services, Baghdad, Iraq
 Provided critical coordination of logistical plans, policies, daily reports and procedures necessary to provide logistical support of Janitorial Service section of Camp Service daily operations.
 Inspected Ablution units for cleanliness, smoke detectors, and fire extinguishers for serviceability, and maintenance deficiencies of units.
 Managed multinational workforce of Subcontract Worker (SCW) cleaning crew and ensured proper cleaning materials usage, proper Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and those Ablution units were cleaned in accordance with the Stand Operating Procedures (SOP).
 Coordinated with QA/QC department with any issues concerning unit maintenance.
2004 –2007: Maintenance Supervisor – Brown & Root Services, Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia-Herzegovina
 Managed and directed all activities of Vehicle Maintenance and Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE) and supply branch.
 Supervised and provided operational direction to diverse civilian work force.
 Performed maintenance in support of base vehicle fleet, AGE department and numerous and diverse missions at Tuzla, Air Base, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
 Developed personnel performance plans and advised employees of performance expectations and work requirements.
 Established production, maintenance cost and quality controls for fleet that ensured all safety regulations, practices, personal protective equipment, health and good housekeeping procedures were followed.
 Performed duties as base Fleet Manager, and successfully coordinated with Vehicle Control Persons (VCP) to establish vehicle accounts and vehicle training to military and civilian personnel.

2004 –2007: Maintenance Supervisor, Brown & Root Services, Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia-Herzegovina
 Managed overall activities of the Vehicle Maintenance and Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE) and supply branch.

 Established production, maintenance cost and quality controls for fleet, and ensured that all safety regulations were met.
 Supervised and provided operational direction to numerous civilian workers, and provided maintenance support to base vehicle fleet, AGE department and the many diverse missions at Tuzla, Air Base, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
 Trained and developed personnel and advised on work performance.

2001 –2004: Shop Foreman, Brown & Root Services, (Airfield) Tuzla Air Base, Bosnia-Herzegovina
 Ensured adequate manpower, tools, equipment, spare parts, and workspace was available, and oversaw daily operations for fleet of 76 military vehicles valued at more than $8M.
 Maintained contractor operated (leased) military and commercial vehicles, and performed repairs on more than 50 small engine items.
 Inspected maintenance repairs, determined operational status and solved maintenance, supply, and personnel problems.
 Analyzed maintenance reports, past and current performance and inspection reports to ensure cost effective, timely preventive maintenance, repairs and rebuilding of vehicular equipment were on budget. S
 Provided support to other sections on the airfield, Aerospace Ground Equipment (AGE), and passenger terminal, by providing bus transportation, delivering AGE equipment to aircraft, and loading pallets onto aircraft.
 Served as acting Equipment Management Supervisor, in his absence.

2001: Wheeled Vehicle Technical Inspector – ITT Industries, Systems Division, Ft. Bragg NC
 Served as Quality Control Manager, for the U.S. Army General Support Maintenance contract, and ensured all equipment coming in and out of the General Support wheel vehicle section for repairs and scheduled maintenance met all required U.S. Army standards.
 Inspected and ensured returned equipment in Army supply system met 10/20 maintenance repair standards. Prepared Estimated Cost of Damage (ECOD) forms for damaged equipment and ordered thousands of dollars in replacement parts.
 Ensured that all shop personnel was familiar with shop Standard Operation Procedures (SOP) and safety guidelines.

Early Career:
1999 –2000: Sr. Vehicle/Equipment Inspector – Lawson Consulting GmbH (Oshkosh), Darmstadt, Germany
1995 –1999: Senior Vehicle Mechanic – Rhein0Main Base Maintenance Contract, Frankfurt, Germany
1984 –1995: 63B Wheel Vehicle Mechanic – United States Army

EDUCATION / MILITARY TRAINING
Maintenance Supervisor Course, Diesel Engine Repair & Small Engines (55hours)
Air Force Hazardous Waste Management Program -Rhein Main Air Base, Germany
P-19 Fire Truck Maintenance Course – Ramstien Air Base, Germany
Training and Familiarization Course Halvorsen 25K Aircraft Loader – Ramstien Air Base, Germany

Military Training:

63 Light Wheel Vehicle/Power Generation Mechanic Course
Maintenance Supervisor Course
C.A.O.H.C Occupational Hearing Conservation Course
V Corps Unit Safety Officer Course
Leadership Development Course
Completed (SF-85 Investigation Back Ground Check, May 2011)

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