ANTONIO PRIDE*** ****** ***** ** **********
OBJECTIVE: To obtain a position as a Logistics, Distribution, or Inventory Manager with opportunities to advance based on performance.
SECURITY: Secret Clearance
Also performs basic inventory functions such as receiving, verifying, and signing shipping Performs tasks related to storage, issue, and replacement of supplies, forms, and publications. Documents for merchandise acquired and verifying the quantity and condition of merchandise ordered against purchase documents; investigate and reconcile routine and recurring discrepancies relating to actions such as receipt control, stock control, and inventory adjustments; and perform data searches at the request of senior staff. Additionally, assists in the preparation of requisitions and provide control of the supply operation.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Proficient in MS Windows, MS Word, MS Excel & MS Power Point
Able to perform detail-oriented work with a high degree of accuracy
Effective organizational and planning skills
Knowledge of worked processing applications
Effective time management skills and strong analytical and problem solving ability
Possesses good critical thinking, inductive reasoning skills and strong intellectual curiosity
Class A CDL License
Army War Reserve Deployment System Course (AWRDS)
SAMS (E) & SAMS 2(E)- Certified
Military licenses for forklifts up to 10K, GSA ton, HMMWV and 5 ton
LIW,WEBVLIPS,& RFITV Access
Defense Logistics Agency (DRMS MIDAS)
Great White Pressure Control Longview, Texas
Nitrogen Transport Driver 12/23/2011- Present
Drives Nitrogen transport with total capacity to excess of three tons to various job locations. Conduct pre-job and post-job inspections and testing. Observe equipment gauges, indicators and hand signals. Manage tubing and hydraulic hoses, or manage flow and transfer of liquid nitrogen, or operate high pressure pumps. Accurately complete and turn in required paperwork associated with job duties. Trouble shoot, repair, maintain and adjust equipment, often using hand tools.
AECOM / AC First Bastion, Afghanistan
Maintenance Supply Supervisor 10/31/2010- 10/4/2011
Organizes and coordinates the activities involved to maintain and repair mechanical equipment, including trucks, automobiles, diesel engines, communications and electronic devices, etc. Ensure that equipment is maintained according to company requirements. Utilizes Computerized Equipment Management System (SAMS-E) to monitor and control equipment maintenance. Monitors equipment operation at job site and ensures that proper maintenance and safety procedures are followed. Orders and maintains an adequate inventory of parts and supplies including bench stock and shop stock to ensure timely maintenance.
HCI Intergraded Solutions
SAMS-E Instructor Temple, Texas
Instructed automated logistical software training. Developed and modified lesson plans, coordinated training aids and student scheduling. Serve as a primary instructor for SAMS-E/IE functional and technical course covering Maintenance Management, Production Control, Supply Management and System Administration. Assist team members during data conversion to include collecting historical data files and initial system configuration. Supervise other subcontractors and independent consultants supporting the fielding initiative.
Supervisor-Material Handling Kandahar, Afghanistan
Responsible for daily direction and supervision of the materials storage and logistics function and the material handlers staff. Oversee the daily operations of the material storage and logistics function. Manage the distribution of Material Handler workloads and assignments. Direct the activities of Material Handlers. Manage storage and logistic costs to achieve margin objectives. Ensure the appropriate manpower and supplies are available to complete work assignments. Review in progress and completed jobs to verify scope of work completed appropriately and safely. Establish work standards and evaluate Material Handler's performance.
AECOM Bagram, Afghanistan
Supply Clerk Class IX Warehouse 07/29/2008- 10/4/2009
Input and manage logistics maintenance data for Army War Reserve Deployment System (AWRDS). Record and maintained perpetual inventory of quantity and type of materials and parts received, stocked, and distributed, manually or using computer. Prepared documents for supplies and equipment, annotate document registers, and update receipts. Monitor movement rate of supplies and equipment using LIW, DOD EMALL, and RFITV. Conducted follow ups on overdue orders, and materials. Reviewed receiving documents inspection reports to reconcile discrepancies. Updated tracking report daily to ensure parts are received through other means. Expedites parts assistance with AMC SPO/S-4, DLA, and, TACOM reps. Order, tracks and receive parts from Local Purchase orders and local vendors. Operated 4-10k forklifts while loading, unloading, delivering and turning in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
ManTech Inc. Fort Hood Texas
SAMS-E Operator 02/13/2008-07/26/2008
Conducted and signed for equipment during initial inventories. Assigned to an asset management or property team, edited all received supply transactions and posts into Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced (SAMS-E) as applicable. Maintained SAMS-E data files for equipment issued and stored as part of the LBE program. Submit maintenance request and status transaction via diskette FTP daily. Input equipment faults into SAMS-E/ULLS-G from DA Form 2404 Technical Inspections (TI) ensured the upkeep of the DA Form 5988-E equipment faults and status. Received new equipment into SAMS-E system supported units, transfer equipment in by diskette, or manual methods. Prepare and distribute monthly Service Due Schedules as requested.
United States Army 4th CMMC III Corp-Balad Iraq
SAMS-II Supervisor 8/15/2006 - 12/21/2007
Primarily responsible for supervising and performing tasks involving the general upkeep and maintenance of the SAMS- 2 Systems and customers. Provided logistical staff support in the reconstitution of supply and maintenance programs. Compile logistical reports from U.S. Army Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) and other sources. Monitor the maintenance functions of quality and production control to ensure the achievement of established production goals and readiness standard. Prepared and conducted briefing, papers and reports. Perform personal computer operations and office automation applications to include spreadsheets, databases, and word processing.
United States Army Fort Hood Texas
SAMS-II Field Support Reset Program 12/20/2004 - 8/13/2006
Supported and managed section providing reports for daily operations. Trained 13 subordinates to accurately use and manage the SAMS-2 program systems. Received and processed all AMSS (Army Materiel Status System) data for Government Contractors and DOD Civilian under the Reset Program. Updated master files as required and update user parameters. Received and processed weekly Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and National Maintenance Office (NMO) data from subordinate.
United States Army 4th CMMC III Corp- Balad Iraq
SAMS-II Operator 1/07/2004-12/19/2004
Monitored direct and general support maintenance operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Collected, processed and prepared reports that affect maintenance support decisions. Supported and managed section’s daily operations completing reports and spreadsheets for weekly briefings. Processes the weekly man-hour file from 2 DMMC’s, 4 CSG’s and 3 MMT’s service support operations. Responsible for dispatching of equipment and requisitioning of repairable parts, supervised 2 clerks. Received and processed AMSS (Army Materiel Status System) data for 13 service providers and 7 Army Divisions. Maintained 136 lines of wheel and track vehicle repair parts. Maintained service schedules, oil analysis, reconciliation and turn in of repairable items for over 200 pieces of reportable equipment. Received Army Materiel Master Data File (MMDF) from LOGSA and disseminate to subordinate units.
United States Army Fort Hood Texas
Supply Clerk 5/7/2003 - 1/4/2004
Maintain accountability of recoverable items. Maintain records of excess or unserviceable parts and equipment. Issue documents supplies to maintenance personnel and document supply request. Maintained and inventoried warehouse stock, prepared requisitions for documentation on monthly reports. Picked up and turned in parts and requisitions for parts to the SSA.
United States Army Fort Jackson SC, / FT Lee VA
Soldier/Automated Logistical Trainee 10/29/2002 – 5/6/2003
Apprenticeship training in all areas relevant to the 92A Military Occupational Specialty (MOS).
Trained to work at multiple levels of supply/maintenance support. Trained to perform management or stock record/warehouse functions pertaining to receipt, storage, distribution and issues and to maintain equipment records and parts. Trained to provide rations in support of the Army Field Feeding System.
Resume of Antonio Ramon Pride (254) ***-****
Advance Individual Training; Automated Logistical Specialist Fort Lee, VA 2003
ACT- CTC Professional Truck Driver Training Killeen Texas, 2011
ACHIEVEMENTS / AWARDS / DECORATIONS
Army Commendation Medal (2)
Army Achievement Medals (3)
Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary and Service Medals
National Defense Service Medal
Army Good Conduct Medal