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Logistics Management│ Supply Chain Operations
→ Dynamic, detail-oriented and results-focused Logistics and Supply Chain Management with more than 30 years experience and a verifiable record of achievement in civilian and Military supply chain service and support, resulting in collaborative logistics and Inventory Management initiatives for military and civilian corporation deliverables. Proven competencies in improving organizational productivity through the development and implementation of strategies that foster operating synergies and facilitate lasting and positive change.
→ Recognized for ability to oversee commercial transportation logistics, for multimillion-dollar operations and demonstrated expertise in supplying part requisitions for the United States Military. Promotes a winning attitude and fosters accountability to consistently exceed performance goals and expectations. Specialized experience in commercial logistics and transportation initiatives that promote effective and efficient supply chain operations for commercial retail giant. Proficient in MS Office Suite and automated supply systems. Hold Secret Clearance.
Automated Supply Systems
Labor Management System
Cost Containment Strategies
ABC, Bulk Receiver, Afghanistan 2010 to Present
Facilitate the receiving of parts on Air Force pallets in support of existing military campaigns in Afghanistan – receive and inspect all pallets from the air field, break the pallets down, and verify material received in an accurate and timely manner. Process received material data into SARSS system and deploy stage cargo to appropriate location.
Manage incoming delivery of all DHL, FedEx and containers containing serviceable material. Conduct joint inventories with DHL, FedEx representatives and process all material into SARSS system
Process material for customer issue from receiving, storage or turn-in sections, prepare customer issue documentation, and issue customer material. Document customer issue for the month and file completed monthly documentation in the USG historical files.
Ensure cargo received is intended for the SSA by verifying DD Form 1348 , while verifying material received against MRO and noting any discrepancies before processing into SARSS.
Directly in charge of 14 Sensitive Item containers.
ABC, Ennis, TX 1999 to 2008
Shipping Manager – (2007 to 2008)
Order Fill Manager – (2001 to 2008)
Order Fill Supervisor – (2000 to 2001)
Shipping Supervisor – (1999 to 2000)
Successfully achieved overall rating of 98% on all inventory inspections.
Effectively and efficiently maintained inventory for more than $8M in equipment.
Licensed operations of 10,000lb or below forklift.
Organized efficient distribution of incoming and outgoing merchandise, and assured accurate dock door assignments utilizing warehouse management system (WMS) by dedicated carriers in dock yards.
Collaborated with transport movement planners verifying all weights and drop dead times were adhered.
Verified all load percentages were maintained within the Labor Management System and that all distribution goals were met.
Ensured all OSHA safety standards were met and that personnel safety standards and workplace housekeeping and security of the work environment was maintained.
Managed all customer communications by e-mail, fax, and over the phone.
As Order Fill Supervisor, oversaw 36 personnel and interview and hiring of all new personnel.
Provided training classes that kept production numbers within company goals and ensured that cost containment controls were initiative to keep labor costs within budget.
Utilized Excel to assure product levels were maintained.
Implemented new Warehouse and labor management system was installed without interruption to customer distributions.
Planned future capacity requirements and kept current stock control systems up to date.
Managed control of 20,000-32,000 labels daily, oversaw damages in locations, and removed damaged goods from inventory using RF technology.
Supervised 600 let downs per day, and ensured productivity target goals were met within assigned regional stores (48-50) on daily basis.
Maintained and scheduled maintenance of vehicles, machinery and equipment.
United States Army 1900 to 1999
Repair Parts Manager – (year to year)
Automated Logistics Management Supervisor – (year to year)
Automated Logistics Management- (year to year)
Oversaw requisition of $800K of military vehicle repair parts daily.
Tracked spending of vehicle repair parts for more than 15,000 employees.
Reviewed $7M worth of requisitions for more than 300 customers each month.
Ensured all errors were corrected, and corrections were re-entered into computer supply system.
Supplied $40K worth of material for 6 different supply departments, and researched and validated all orders over $5K.
Focused on effective personnel training while serving in the United States Army, and recognized for outstanding service throughout career.
Supervised repairable, exchanged, and turned-in program that ensured that all parts were repaired and customers received all relevant parts ordered.
Managed more than 7,000 national stock items valued in excess of $8.3 M, accounted for more than $2.3M in equipment and property, and successfully maintained 98% rating on the annual wall-to-wall inventory.
Supervised more than 60 warehouse personnel and directed more than $4M turned-in serviceable and unserviceable vehicle repair parts.
Managed all data entry, and reviewed all reports generated out of supply system computer for accuracy.
Improved parts turnaround rate from 75% to 95% for an organization of more than 5,000 employees.
Managed stock list worth over $5.5M, and efficiently maintained vehicles and equipment of more than $1M.
EDUCATION / CERTIFICATIONS
Broadcasting Degree – Northeast Broadcasting College, Boston, MA – 1976
General Studies (24 credit hours) – Point Park College, Pittsburgh, PA
Advanced Supply Management Course – United States Army Training School, Ft. Lee, VA – 1997
Supply Management and Supervisors Course – United States Army Training School, Ft. Lee, VA – 1991
Leadership and Development Course – United States Army Training School, Ft. Campbell, KY – 1981
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