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Manager Quality Assurance

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Location:
Fayetteville, North Carolina, 28306, United States
Salary:
$50,000+ annually
Posted:
April 12, 2012
Email:
jg274v@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
*******@*****.***


IAN BOYNES **** Standard Drive, Fayetteville, NC, 28306
jg274v@r.postjobfree.com ~Home: (910) ***-****
Cell: (240) ***-****

QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY
Top-performing, highly-motivated, and decorated Logistic Management professional with several years of progressive experience and a strong track record of demonstrable success in retail and fuel bulk operations, aircraft refueling, base security operations, training, contract administration, and coordination and planning. Focused and results-oriented strategic thinker with proven ability to identify goals and priorities, establish clear directions, and identify and resolve problems to support complex, deadline-driven operations and accomplish missions on time. Mature and respected natural leader who leads by example and excels at training and motivating others to perform at their highest capacity to achieve maximum productivity. Caring and positive team player with excellent communication skills to effectively interact with all individuals. Dedicated self-starter with history of providing outstanding comprehensive personnel support. Possesses active Secret Clearance.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SABRE INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, AFGANISTAN OCT 2010- AUG 2011
SECURITY OPERATIONS MANAGER
Provide and oversea base security at Bagram, Air Base, Afghanistan. Lead, direct and supervise a guard team force of 73 personnel performing internal security service. Manage and direct all perimeter patrol and tower security operations. Manage and direct all perimeter command post operations. Analyze threat information and plan operations to counter existing threats to the perimeter. Responsible for all perimeter operations. Duties also include planning, scheduling, organizing and directing work, training all personnel and recommending applicants for employment or for discipline, termination or retention. Teach and enforce safety regulations at work site. Establish security patrol priorities. Review utilization and maintenance of security equipment. Prepare daily and periodic reports to governments officials regarding activities. Take predetermined action and render first aid in emergencies such as accidents, fires and illness. Assist in development of security policy and procedures. Communicate with the US. Government COR on daily security needs and problems. Maintain and recommend changes or improvements for security guard activities.

TORRES ADVANCED ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS (AES), Iraq Aug- 2008 – May-2010
SECURITY SITE MANAGER
Manage 308-member, fixed-security guard force (including expatriate, third-country, and local interpreters) providing 24-hour base-force protection in hostile environment. Handle all legal, financial, logistical, travel, and health & welfare matters of security guard force; train and discipline guard force. Prepare and submit air-movement requests for staff travel. Handle badging of all security guard force personnel within department. In conjunction with force protection, hold responsibility for static duties, entry & exit control points, internal roving patrols, crowd control, and searches of personnel, vehicles, and fix facilities within internal camp security.

Move guard force from location to location quickly and efficiently to successfully meet operation deadlines
Develop and implement all guard orders and SOPs in accordance with established security regulations
Coordinate extensively with contracting officer representative and base forces protections office
Develop and conduct employee safety programs, and enforce safety error and avoidance initiatives
Coordinate with the deployment of 308 personnel and equipment valued at over $900,000
Honored with certificate of achievement and commemorative coin

IAN BOYNES 3534 Standard Drive, Fayeteeville, NC 28306
jg274v@r.postjobfree.com ~ Home: (910) ***-****
Cell: (240) ***-****

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)
KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT – OVERSEAS, Iraq
FUEL DISTRIBUTION MANAGER July-2006 – April- 2008
Coordinated and delegated missions as Southern Region Functional Area Fuel Manager for staff of 148 employees at three separate bases, ensuring daily work was performed in timely and cost-effect manner. Held responsibility for maintenance of department equipment and vehicles with value of over $9.4M. Managed daily and weekly fuel inventory, fuel dispatching, and routing and tracking, ensuring safe, prompt, and accurate delivery of petroleum products and supplies. Coordinated extensively with defense contract management agency on monthly quality audit inspections in support of U.S. Army contracts. Monitored all logistics operations, including fuel accountability and quality control. Trained and mentored junior employees.

Developed period of performances for major fuel U.S. Govt. contracts in support of military operations
Revamped broken department by establishing effective policies and procedures in all areas of jurisdiction
Developed strategic vision / long-term goals, and planned/forecast for multiple facilities
Served as department primary safety and environmental advisor
Honored with certificate of achievement and commemorative coins in recognition of outstanding work

FUELS SUPERVISOR Jan-2005 – July-2006
Managed staff of 17 employees in retail and bulk fuel operations supporting military and coalition force within Iraq Theater. Held responsibility for department supplies, maintenance, procurement, transportation, inventory management, quality assurance, facilities and property management, production control, and property disposal in implementing fuel management program. Performed administrative/logistical functions, training of personnel on day to day operations, managed personnel records, handled safety and risk management, and maintained duty schedules and timesheet reports.

Developed plan, policies, & procedures to support fuel functions; and planned/forecast for multiple facilities
Prepared documentation and coordinated transport of resources and materials

U.S. ARMY, Fort Hood, Texas Sept-2003 – Dec-2004
SENIOR FUELS MANAGER
Coordinated and executed joint fuel operations, administration, and communication activities in support of military operations during war and peacetime. Planned transportation of petroleum products and supplies for deployment and redeployment during military wartime operation. Briefed upper management on fuel activities.

Prepared budget information and developed cost and statistical data using Microsoft Office applications
Served as principal advisor on all matters relating to safe transportation of hazardous material and environmental compliance within organization
Honored with Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and Army Achievement Medal

IAN BOYNES 3534 Standard Drive, Fayetteville, NC 28306
jg274v@r.postjobfree.com ~ Home: (910) ***-****
Cell: (240) ***-****

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED)
U.S. ARMY, Soto Cano, AFB May-2002 – May-2003
FUELS MANAGER
Managed staff of 15 technicians. Held responsibility for aircraft refueling, supplies, maintenance, procurement, transportation, training, inventory management, quality assurance, facilities and property management, production control, and property disposal in support of joint-military operation. Held responsibility for maintenance of section equipment and vehicles with value of over $2M.

Maintained petroleum records for audit file with 0 deficiency over 12 months (IAW U.S. Army Regulations)
Served as principal advisor on all matters relating to safe transportation of hazardous material and environmental compliance within organization
Implemented all quality assurance policies within organization
Managed production of petroleum products, ensuring compliance with procurement specifications

U.S. ARMY, Fort Bragg, North Carolina May-1999 – May-2002
OPERATIONS MANAGER
Directed operations in collaboration with senior management from multiple departments. Supervised ten administrative specialists in submitting daily reports, making personnel evaluations, and managing commander calendars. Planned and conducted organization inspections of inventory supply and equipment with value of $2M. Coordinated among cross-functional groups, ensuring continuity between all groups.

Provided strategic planning services to seven companies within military organization regarding logistic functions, administration, and training
Recognized for achieving excellent rating in three annual performance evaluations

EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGH, ARLINGTON, VA
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, CRIMINAL JUSTICE (102 hours completed)

CERTIFICATIONS
OSHA Hazard Communications Course, OSHA Supervisor Basis Safety Course (2007)
Antiterrorism Level I Training
OSHA 30-Hour General Outreach Course (2006)
Front Line Supervisor Course, Logistics Course (2005)
DOD Hazardous Material Handler (2004)
U.S. Army Fuel Management Course (ANCO), Microsoft Office Professional, Software A+ Up-Grade, Hardware A+ Up-Grade, Intelligence Operation Course (2000)
Defense Hazardous Materials Handling Course, Logistics Management Development Course (1995)
Reutilization and Making System Introduction Course (1994)
U.S. Army Fuel Supervisor Course (BNCO) (1993)
U.S. Army Petroleum Supply Course (1988)