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Manager Management

Indianapolis, Indiana, 46113, United States
July 18, 2017

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Indianapolis, IN ***** CELL: 254-***-****


A career Logistician a nd Military Veteran with a secret security clearance a nd 23 y ears of logistics management experience and formal training in planning, forecasting, and analyzing trends to determine stockage levels and predict requirements. Possesses a strong and developed communication skill set used to forge positive and candid relationships with a diverse set of supervisors, team members and customers. Quickly able to identify and implement a course of action to reach goals, satisfy customer demands and mitigate challenges through the combination of current logistics practices, real-world experience and proficient use of office management software (Microsoft Office Suite, System Application Software (SAP), Oracle and other forms of Electronic Data Interfaces (EDI)) gained as a Logistics Manager in the United States Army. A proven track record spanning spanning two decades currently being further enhanced as a Bachelor of Arts candidate in Supply Chain Management.

● Forecasting / Analysis

● Planning / Coordinating

● Research

● Records Management

● Flexibility

● Oral / Written Communication

● Policies / Procedures

● Coaching / Mentoring

● Safety / Risk Management


Operations and Material Management Supervisor, U.S. Army, Fort Eustis, VA, August 2014 – June 2017

● Took responsibility of 1,500+ lines of unaccounted for repair parts valued at over one million dollars. This included obtaining and developing warehouse space and transportable storage units for the proper storage of the inventory required to support a Marine maintenance unit. Developed a planogram, established a digital inventory location management system using a Oracle ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software, storing and maintaining the accountability of the repair parts and materials.

● Developed and implemented a tracking system to ensure the timely processing, coordination and completion of over 150 missions assigned to the organization.

● Managed the manpower and resource utilization to support functional training and operational duties of 138 personnel in a marine maintenance company.

Operations Manager, U.S. Army, Schofield Barracks, HI, June 2011 – August 2014

● Functioned as the Operations and Training Manager for the U.S. Army Pacific Region Logistics Support Office comprised of over 160 employees providing logistical support to over 10,000 personnel.

● Forecasted and coordinated 387 training events resulting in over 8,700 personnel trained or certified in a multitude of functional areas.

● Steered planning conferences with higher echelons of leadership to coordinate future operational requirements.

● Directed the execution of the section's resupply and repair parts requirements during training exercises.

● Briefed executive leadership daily on the status of equipment, assigned projects and movements of logistical supply packages.

Automated Logistics Specialist / Instructor, U.S. Army, Fort Lee, VA, June 2009 – June 2011

● Instructed courses in the execution of Army Logistics software programs and operational principles including the Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS), the Standard Army Maintenance System- Enhanced (SAMS-E) and general principles of supply and warehouse operations. Daniel A. Deiler, d, 254-***-****

● Developed lesson plans in accordance with the approved curriculum to effectively utilize all allotted time, maintained proficiency in instructional techniques and incorporated current real world examples in the teaching process (i.e. developed clarification of textbook / curriculum application as it related to the subject matter).

● Established and maintained classroom techniques to promote professionalism, good order and discipline and enhance classroom instruction.

● Incorporated alternate teaching techniques for individual students to maintain high motivation and interest in the subject areas, graded homework, administered practical exercises and exams, and recorded end of course critiques to continually improve curriculum and instructional methods.

● Submitted written recommendations for curriculum updates to ensure doctrine and course material was up to date with the innovations of the Logistics industry and in compliance with regulatory and operational procedures. Logistics Warehouse Manager, U.S. Army, Fort Hood, TX, September 2007 – June 2009

● Executed the duties of a logistics warehouse supervisor in a supply and repair parts warehouse in support of 2,100 personnel and their equipment which included over 2,200 lines of durable, expendable and HAZMAT categories of supply and repair parts valued at over $14 million dollars.

● Managed the facility’s EDI management systems, three 10,000-pound capacity forklifts and two 40-foot mobile storage trailers valued at $1.2 million dollars.

● Established a new warehouse building with offices and storage locations to specifically support the preventive maintenance and repair of highly sensitive specialty equipment needed for combat missions. EDUCATION

● Saint Leo University, Bachelor of Arts Candidate, Supply Chain Management, Anticipated graduation June 2018, Saint Leo, FL

● Central Texas College, Associate of Arts, General Studies, Killeen, TX

● Certificate, The International Society of Logistics (S.O.L.E.), Demonstrated Senior Logistician, Laurel, MD, 2014

● U.S. Army, Certificate, Senior Leadership and Management Course, 4 weeks, Army Logistics University, Ft. Lee, VA, 2013

● U.S. Army, Certificate, Executive Management Course (Strategic Planning), 40 Course Hours, Schofield Barracks, HI, 2013

● U.S. Army, Certificate, Professional Executive Military Management Education Course, 40 Course Hours, Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, VA, 2013

● Certificate, Lean Six Sigma (White Belt), United States Army Cadet Command, Fort Knox, KY, 2013

● U.S. Army, Certificate, Contracting Officer Course, 40 Course Hours, Army Logistics University, Fort Lee, VA, 2011

● U.S. Army, Certificate, Advanced Leadership and Management Course, 5 weeks, Army Logistics University, Fort Lee, VA, 2010

● U.S. Army, Certificate, Support Operations Course, 1 year, Army Logistics University, Fort Lee, VA, 2008

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