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Manager Management

Mesa, Arizona, 85208, United States
March 29, 2011

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Mesa, AZ, 85208


• Highly motivated and ethical individual with excellent managerial and interpersonal skills.

• Effective communication skills and the ability to identify problems to create innovative solutions.

• Proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 20 years and retired in 2007.

• Values teamwork and is committed to creating success for others in the workplace by helping them find their

talents to grow within an organization.

Professional Experience

Aerotec International Phoenix, AZ August 2010 - Present

Outside Process/Scheduling Supervisor

• Responsible for the planning, control and coordination of production materials, and products through approved

outside sources.

• Analyzing data to determine repair requirements, creating documentation to send items to approved vendors,

negotiating pricing, establishing credit lines with vendors and establish a quoting process.

Mesa Air Group Phoenix, AZ May 2007 – July 2010

Materials Manager

• Responsibilities included the management of the quarterly Freight and Logistics Budget, and the shipment of all

aircraft engines and modules.

• Managed and coordinated the day to day logistics of engine and parts movements strategically located throughout

the U.S.

• Managed component repairs costs to include sourcing new repair vendors as well as component repair orders.

• Negotiated new cost savings initiatives with Freight, Logistics, and Repair vendors.

• Managed the day to day operation of supporting 184 Regional Aircraft by avoiding revenue flight cancellations for

materials, and was responsible for all scheduled landing gears and engine changes.

• Proposed and established a Lease and Exchange Return Supervisor position for Mesa Air Group. Successfully

managing the return of an excess of 1.3 million dollars worth of loaned parts since 2004, without directly impacting

the company.

• Approved and monitored freight, parts, and repairs invoices as well as negotiated pricing with vendors.

• Proposed a Tools Coordinator position for successfully managing tool requirements per the General Procedures

manual for Freedom/Mesa Airlines.

• Coordinate the training for configuration control management.

• Developed a Cost Savings program within the department. Ensuring each employee document lower price

negotiations in regards to purchasing parts and material support.

3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, San Diego, CA July 2005 – May 2007

Aircraft Ground Support and Test Equipment Manager

• Arranged for delivery, assembly, and distribution of supplies and parts in order to expedite the flow of materials

fulfilling 485 aircraft production schedules.

• Compiled information for production rates, progress reports, material inventories, manufacturing costs, and status

reports to meet flight scheduling criteria.

• Established relationships with suppliers to communicate daily orders and the verification of shipments.

• Directly responsible for supervising and managing of 27 squadron 30 aircraft SE managers.

• Direct liaison to the Commanding General for all subject matter pertaining to

Aircraft Ground Support Equipment assigned to the Third Marine Aircraft Wing.

3rd Recruit Training Battalion, MCRD San Diego, CA April 2002 – July 2005

USMC Senior Drill Instructor

• Trained and graduated a total of 480 U.S. Marine Corps recruits in accordance with the Standard Operating


• Evaluate and counsel recruits for graduation requirements.

Commander Naval Air Forces U.S. Pacific Fleet, San Diego, CA Sept 1999 – April 2002

Rotor Wing/Amphibious Assault Ship Liaison

• Direct liaison to the Commander U.S. Naval Air Forces United States Pacific Fleet, for U.S. Marine Corps aircraft

support equipment allowances.

• Hosted and Coordinated annual allowance conferences for the western pacific region to include Hawaii and


Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One, Yuma, AZ June 1996 – Sept 1999

Aircraft Support Equipment Manager.

• Coordinated and managed the shipment, logistics, and accountability of all aircraft ground support equipment for

the bi-annual pilot’s Weapons and Tactics Instructors course for over 80 fixed and rotor wing aircraft.

Marine Corps Air Stations Iwakuni Japan and Yuma AZ June 1987 – June 1996

Aircraft Maintenance Administration Clerk

• Responsible for all administrative duties for the aircraft maintenance departments to include log records, flight

data, scheduled removal components, and ordnance logs.


• University of Southern Illinois

B.S. Aviation Management-Graduated May 2004

• University of Phoenix

M.M. Master of Management-Graduated December 2008


• Aircraft Maintenance Administration School September 1987 (560 Hours)

• Aircraft Support Equipment Accounting April 1992 (160 Hours)

• Aircraft Logs and Records June 1993 (320 Hours)

• Hazardous Waste Handler June 1996 (40 Hours)

• Work Center Supervisor July 1997 (160 Hours)

• USMC Drill Instructor School (560 Hours)

• Non-Commissioned Officers School (400 Hours)

• Staff Non-Commissioned Officers School (360 Hours)

• Advanced Staff Non-Commissioned Officers School (320 Hours)


• Barrier Removal Process Team for Mesa Air Group. Cost Savings Program Awards.

• Military leadership awards and decorations.


• Ten years supply chain and management experience.

• Experience in production and procurement.

• Organizational leadership and team building experience.

• Exceptional communication skills.

• Excellent time management.

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