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Richmond, Virginia, United States
Posted:
May 31, 2017

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Joseph DeMuth King

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Richmond, VA 23219 US

Evening Phone: (804) ***-**** - Ext:

Day Phone: (804) ***-**** - Ext:

Email: ac0k0a@r.postjobfree.com

Availability:

Job Type: Permanent

Work Schedule: Full-Time

Desired locations:

United States - VA - Richmond

Work Experience:

Defense Logistics Agency

8000 Jefferson Davis Hwy

Richmond, VA 23297 United States

04/2006 - Present

Salary: 84,240.00 USD Per Year

Hours per week: 40

Series: 2010 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 12

Supervisory Inventory Management Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

As a member of the Inventory/Supply Management training team, I am responsible for planning, implementation, management and evaluation of the DSCR (Center) DLA corporate level and Local intern training program for GS-2010-05, 07, and 09 supply interns. This program is designed to cover all phases of the Inventory Management/Supply career field. I supervise journeyman Supply Planners and Customer Account Specialists who along with the incumbent, function as a full- time IM/Supply training instructor staff as well as assigned DLA corporate entry- level and local interns on a day-to-day basis and carry out personnel management responsibilities within established guidelines. I evaluate formal and informal training courses/programs through a combination of written surveys, interviews and job-site visits. I maintain records of the completion of mandatory Department of Defense (DOD), Defense Logistic Agency (DLA) and other formal classroom training as described in the Program of Instruction (POI) for entry-level supply interns. Represents the Branch and Center in meetings and seminars concerning supply intern training. Implement the DSCR union-management agreement on a day-to-day basis.

With a high degree of independence I plan, organize, direct and coordinate the sections operations. I supervise multiple groups of Inventory Management Specialists and a group of interns who are in various stages of formal classroom and on-the-job training under the DLA/DSCR intern program and administrative support personnel. I participate in the development of plans for the accomplishment of the training mission. I plan training and POI development projects to be accomplished by subordinates instructors, sets and adjusts short- term priorities and prepares schedules for completion of work. I assign work to subordinates based on priorities, selective consideration of the difficulty and requirements of the assignments and the capabilities of the employees. Primary supervisory responsibilities include using various communication techniques that foster trust and respect and effectively manage employee concerns. Used effective coaching and counseling techniques to facilitate productive workplace behavior and performance. Planned and assigned work, set priorities and performance expectations and evaluated work of employees.. Identified development needs of staff, supported, and facilitated professional growth. Initiated personnel actions for recruitment, reassignment, promotion, and interviewed and selected employees for vacant positions. Evaluated functional program operations for quality and quantity of work, regulatory compliance, and effectiveness of service. Identified problem areas, coordinated corrective action, and effected changes and improvements as necessary. Participated in the development of plans for the accomplishment of the training mission. Planned training and the development of plans for the accomplishment of the training mission.

Supervisor: Cheryl Brooks-Brown (804-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Defense Logistics Agency

Richmond, VA United States

07/2005 - 04/2006

Hours per week: 40

Series: 2010 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 11

Inventory Management Specialist Instructor (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Served as an Inventory Management Specialist (IM)/Supply subject matter expert

(SME), Training Coordinator, full-time instructor and mentor for DLA Corporate Entry-Level Supply interns and employees hired under the Student Career Experience Program (SCEP formally COOP). Used oral and written communication techniques to foster trust and respect and effectively manage employee concerns stressing responsibility and accountability. Currently implementing and evaluating training programs coordinating training for DLA Corporate Interns in Inventory Management. Planned and assigned work, set priorities and performance expectations, stressed teamwork, and evaluated work of interns. Evaluated the July, 2005 Class, and February, 2006 Class of DLA Corporate Interns progress through formal Quarterly Progress Reports. Conducted training classes and briefings for groups of entry level employees in a formal classroom-training environment under the general guidance of the Student Career Experience Program and DLA Supply Intern Programs. Identified developmental and training needs of employees and provided for needed development and training. Identified problem areas, coordinated corrective action, and effected changes and improvements as necessary. Analyzed the efficiency and effectiveness of the section training operations by personally evaluating intern progress, test results and effectiveness while finding ways to improve production or increase the quality of the work directed. Assisted in developing performance standards and evaluated work performance of subordinates and incorporated such information/changes into the POI and training modules. Recommended solutions to administration problems and discussed technical problems with functional area experts. Analyzed the efficiency and effectiveness of the section training operations by personally evaluating intern progress, and gave advice, counsel or instruction to employees on work and administrative matters. As assigned, provided and participated in providing remedial and advance training for assigned IM/Supply workforce. Trained, coached and mentored DLA interns and provided formal classroom instruction and OJT to meet required skill capabilities, productivity and established qualification requirements to manage items of supply/National Stock Numbers (NSNs) with both low and high-dollar value NSNs and a wide variety of commodities, special interest NSNs, problem NSNs or otherwise difficult to supply to customers. Participated in the design, development and implementation of locally unique formal courses within the Directorate career fields for trainees the primary level and helped identify the need for such courses, monitored the testing and implementation of the courses and evaluated their effectiveness. Initiated changes or modifications of course content, training coordination, or structure as appropriate. Participated in multi-functional/cross-occupational team training programs as directed.

Supervisor: Laurie Darrisaw (804-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Defense Logistics Agency

Richmond, VA United States

08/2001 - 07/2005

Hours per week: 40

Series: 2010 Pay Plan: Other

Inventory Management Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Worked in FAECC as an Inventory Management Specialist, serving as my Supervisors backup on a rotational basis and as needed, coaching and mentoring other Inventory Management Specialists utilizing in-depth knowledge of current automated systems such as SAMMS, AIMS, DPACS, PCMIS, and MILSTRIP procedures.

Worked on Product Center 5's dedicated A-10 Team from October 2002 to November 2004 and by stressing teamwork between the Inventory Management Specialists, Buyers, Post Awards, Management, and Stock Control maintained a Stock Availably Percentage of over 95 percent for the whole period and over 97 percent from October 2003 to October 2004. Served as an IM within signature authority limitations and reviewing official with signature authority for supply actions for NSNs by lower grade interns in many commodities. Major Duties: Serving as an Inventory Manager for items having a high annual demand frequency and a high annual dollar demand value. Continuously analyzing computer records of item activity to detect demand fluctuations, lead-time changes, and overall supply problems. Analyzing item activity as summarized in the Automated Inventory Management Support System (AIMS) or on Standard Supply Control (SAMMS) computer as a signal to the manager that review is required in accordance with predetermined criteria. Determining if the established procedures and decision rules applied by the computer will result in prompt supply support to military customers (or will over or under procure). Monitoring demand patterns and investigating unusual demands that will jeopardize stock position. Determining the most feasible approach toward solutions, using experienced judgment, which minimizes effectiveness and efficiency of operations. Performing research analysis, adapting new analysis concept and study techniques to inventory management projects both manual and automated (e.g., review of administrative, and production lead-time and adjustment to the AIMS and Termination Decision Model [TDM] automated programs). Conducting studies of procurement pre-award and post-award processes, analyzing administrative and production lead-times and thus improving supply support. Overseeing reports of customer excess and non-issuable condition material, applying system knowledge of identify, analyze and resolve problems related to inventory control, inventory accuracy and functional supply requirements. Maintaining surveillance over non- issuable materiel and coordinates actions to reclassify the materiel to issuable condition. Utilizing oral and written communications in monthly briefings to Senior Management on the status of backordered stock and to communicate status, to obtain forecasts, validate requisitions with DLA Customers, and requesting expedited deliveries and obtaining contract delivery status from contractors and DCMA.

Supervisor: Phyllis Spearman (804-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Datahr Rehabilitation Institute

Brookfield, CT United States

04/2001 - 08/2001

Hours per week: 30

Life Skills Instructor

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Met the programmatic, medical, transportation, environmental, and all other need of assigned residents. Protected the rights of residents and enabled them through teaching and supervision to attain their potential for functional independence in the community. Worked with residents to help them express their personal interests and goals. Collaborated with the interdisciplinary team to develop action plans to assist residents to achieve their goals. Based on the action plan, provided incidental teaching and monitored progress and explored alternative avenues if there were impediments towards advancements. Maintained confidentiality of residents and co-workers. Identified potential signs of abuse, neglect, harassment, and sexual assault. Based on residents needs, trained or provided daily grooming and hygiene assistance. Assisted in providing balanced meals for the residents and in collaboration with practitioners, implemented and monitored dietary restrictions and regimen. Based on residents needs, administered exercise routines, range of motion techniques and safe transfers. United Parcel service

Orlanda, FL United States

01/1988 - 03/2000

Hours per week: 45

Package Driver

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Examined invoices and waybills for conformity to Tariff and Customs regulations. Collected C.O.D. payments and obtained receipts.

Listened to and resolved service complaints.

Provided personalized service to business and residential customers, promoting UPS services and products.

Trained new personnel on procedures and routes and assisted the supervisors in dispatching.

Maintained high standards of integrity and safety. Consistently met or exceeded demanding production goals. Earned 100% of college expenses, attended and graduated college while working full-time at UPS.

First Quality Restaurants D/B/A Wendy's

Gainesville, FL United States

11/1979 - 01/1987

Hours per week: 50

General Manager

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Directed and managed staff of 3 assistant managers, 20 full-time and 25 part-time employees.

Supervised and conducted all employee training.

Requisition and inspected foodstuffs, supplies, and equipment in order to maintain stock levels and ensure quality standards were met. Prepared work schedules and evaluated work performance of employees. Interviewed, selected, and hired new employees to maintain staffing levels. Maintained payroll, inventory, and cost accounting records. Conducted monthly meetings with employees to disseminate company goals and policies.

Selected as Training Store Manager, assisted the Training Manager in developing a training manual for new management hires, and supervised the training of new management hires.

Education:

University of Central Florida Orlando, FL United States Bachelor's Degree 08/1993

Credits Earned: 60 Semester hours

Major: Political Science Minor: International Relations Job Related Training:

CON110 Section 306 06/26/2009

CON100 Section 303 06/08/2009

LOG203 Section 303 05/08/2009

Lean 6 Sigma for Manufacturing CLE007 Section 888 04/02/2009 Introduction to Lean Enterprise Concepts

CLE004 Section 888 04/03/2009

Contractual Incentives CLC018 Section 888 03/30/2009 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course ACQ201A 03/27/2009 Performance Based Logistics

CLL011 Section 888 02/20/2009

Designing for Support ability in DoD Systems

CLL008 Section 888 02/19/2009

LOG102 Section 308 02/17/2009

Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals LOG101 Section 307 01/09/2009 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ101 Section 305 12/24/2008

PERSONNEL SECURITY MODULE COURSE LDR-PSM01 4/23/2008 ONE-ON-ONE COACHING COURSE LDR-OOC 4/23/2008

TIER II SELF-DEVELOPMENT ELECTIVES COURSE LDR-T2SDE 4/23/2008 24 HRS FORGING BREAKTHROUGHS COURSE NHN - FORGBRKS 4/23/2008 3 HRS FORGING BREAKTHROUGHS eSeries 7 COURSE NHN - FORGBRKS1 4/23/2008 MANAGING CHANGE COURSE NHN - MANGCHG 4/23/2008

REFRAMING CHANGE COURSE NHN - REFCHG

BUILDING COMMUNITY COURSE NHN-BC 05 4/23/2008

CAPTURING BRAND YOU COURSE NHN-CBY 05 4/23/2008

COLLABORATION eSeries 2 COURSE NHN-COLLAB 4/23/2008 HIGH IMPACT HIRING COURSE NHN-HIH 05 4/23/2008

HIGH IMPACT HIRING eSeries 6 COURSE NHN-HIH 051 4/23/2008 NAVIGATING CHANGE COURSE NHN-NC 05 4/23/2008

OPTIMIZING TEAM PERFORMANCE COURSE NHN-OTP 05 4/23/2008 PARTNERING FOR RESULTS COURSE NHN-PARTNRRSLTS 4/23/2008 PARTNERING FOR RESULTS eSeries 5 COURSE NHN PARTNR RSLTS1 4/23/2008 RESOLVING INTERPERSONAL ISSUES COURSE NHN-RII 05 4/23/2008 SELF MANAGEMENT COURSE NHN-SELFMGMT 4/23/2008

SELF MANAGEMENT 1 eSeries 3 4/23/2008

SELF MANAGEMENT 2 eSeries 4 4/23/2008

SELLING TO SPONSORS eSeries 1 4/23/2008

SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP II COURSE 4/23/2008 6 HRS

TECHNOLOGY and INNOVATION COURSE 05 4/23/2008 INNOVATION WOW PROJECTS 05 4/23/2008 3 HRS

VIRTUAL TEAMS COURSE NHN VIRTUALTMS 4/23/2008 1 HR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION MODULE COURSE 3/20/2008 1 HR Managing the Emerging Work Force: Gen X and Gen Y 3/19/2008 ACCIDENT ABATEMENT COURSE FSH-A8009 2/29/2008 1 HR Collaboration Process-COURSE BSM PL 307-2.2 12/4/2007 3 HRS TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS COURSE SEC-TIP 11/28/2007 1 HR BASIC ERGONOMICS TRAINING FSH-A8053 10/31/2007 1 HR COURSE BSM PL 307-2.2 12/4/2007 1 HR

NSPS - iSUCCESS WEB BASED TRAINING 12/5/2007 3 HRS DLA OPERATIONS SECURITY TRAINING 9/28/2007 1 HR

Collaboration Process COURSE BSM PL 307-2.2 10/13/2007 1 HR COURSE LDR-PEER COACHING 9/7/2006 18 HRS

BSM ORDER FULFILLMENT RETROFIT 2.2.1 7/26/2006 4 HRS LEAD-LEADERSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT COURSE LDR-LEAD 40 HRS 7/21/2006

SAP CRM Instructor - Web Client COURSE CRM NAV 310 1.0 7/20/2006 2 HRS BEHAVIOR-BASED INTERVIEWING COURSE LDR-BBI 6/26/2006 8 HRS CRM SVC Customer Interaction Management for SVC Reps 1.0 COURSE CRM SVC 410 1.0 6/16/2006 8

DLA APPLIED HRM FOR SUPERVISORS COURSE LDR-APPLIED HRM 5/26/2006 40 HRS

FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT MODULE COURSE LDR-FLS01 4/29/2006 2 HRS INJURY COMPENSATION SUPERVISORY MODULE COURSE LDR-ICS01 4/29/2006 2 HRS

MERIT PROMOTION MODULE COURSE LDR-MPM01 4/29/2006 2 HRS MERIT SYSTEMS PRINCIPLES MODULE COURSE LDR-MSP01 4/29/2006 2 HRS PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT MODULE COURSE LDR-PMM01 4/29/2006 2 HRS ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION COURSE LDR-ADR01 4/22/2006 2 HRS ATTENDANCE AND LEAVE MODULE COURSE LDR-ALM01 4/22/2006 2HRS CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE MODULE COURSE LDR-CDM01 4/22/2006 2 HRS DLA Supply Management 02/2006 DTC 120 HRS Distinguished Graduate Supply Planner BSM SP 401-2.2 01/2006 KTT 40 HRS

Supply Planning Process BSM PL 306-2.2 KTT 2 HRS 01/2006 DPACS Navigation BSM 204-2.2 KTT 4 HRS 01/2006

Planning Collaborate Process BSM PL 307-2.2 KTT 01/2006 2HRS SAP NAVIGATION COURSE BSM 201-2.0 10/2005 KTT 6 HRS DLIS/DRMS Overview July 07/2004 DTC 32 HRS

Cost-Benefit Analysis Workshop USDA 04/2004 24 HRS Approach to Improving Organizational Performance DTC 04/2004 16 HRS Management Analysis: Overview USDA 11/2003 32 HRS

DLA Quality Technical Overview April DTC 04/2003 40 HRS Intro Federal Budgeting USDA 02/2003 24 HRS

Long-Term Contracting Types and Strategies DTC 11/2002 24 HRS Contracting Overview DTC 10/2002 40 HRS

Defense Inventory Management Course U.S. Army Logistics Management College 08/2002 40 HRS

Introduction to DLA Logistics DTC 07/2002 32 HRS

Clear Writing through Critical Thinking 12/2001

Briefing Techniques 01/2002

Requisitioning by MILSTRIP DTC 12/2001 24 HRS

Language Skills:

LanguageSpoken Written Read

Spanish Novice Novice Novice

Affiliations:

Fan District Association - Homeowner/memberWest Grace Street Association - MemberVirginia Museum of Fine Arts - Member

References:

Name Employer Title Phone Email

Laurie Darrisaw Defense Logistics Agency EEO Counselor 804-***-**** ac0k0a@r.postjobfree.com

Mary Traina Defense Logistics Agency Business Process Analyst 804-***-**** ac0k0a@r.postjobfree.com

Phyllis Spearman Defense Logistics Agency Branch Chief 804-***-**** ac0k0a@r.postjobfree.com



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