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Operations/Materials Manager

Riverton, New Jersey, 08077, United States
January 25, 2018

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Alfred F Gomez

*** ***** *****

Cinnaminson, NJ *8077

(856) ***-****


Farleigh Dickinson University, Graduate Degree –M.B.A

San Diego National University, Undergraduate Degree –B.A.

University of Maryland, Undergraduate Degree –A.A.


JOB TITLE: Materials Management / Inventory Control Management Leader

FROM: 06/2013 TO: Present

EMPLOYERS NAME: Manufacturing Company Confidential

Manage and maintain appropriate inventory levels and product loss control.

Manage and ensure department execution, planning of all full goods, raw material, ancillary item counts and reconciliation of inventory variances, Open purchase orders and SAP processes.

Schedule warehouse staff members to meet daily operational demands.

Oversee training and evaluation of staff members.

Manage, support and control warehouse activities to their designated area to ensure the efficient and economical utilization of facilities for storing and distributing material goods, raw materials, finished products, tool and packaging materials.

Responsible for managing effective business relations with vendors, suppliers and trade professionals.

Execute operational goals and ensure that corporate plans are complemented and supported.

Responsible for the development and implementation of effective Departmental policies, procedures and planning including metrics.

JOB TITLE: Operations Facility Manager

FROM: 06-2007 TO: 05-2010

EMPLOYERS NAME: Sun Oil Company (Sunoco)

Managed and directed five separate facilities with each facility having 3-5 personnel a shift.

Managed and directed a workforce of union and non-union employees for multiple chemical petroleum company.

Organizing and planning policies, operational procedures, and developing first line supervisors.

Team Leader and Project manager for startup projects, review scope of work prior to job, vender contracts quoted, to ensure labor estimates are correct and that the work is achievable within the agreed upon date of completion.

Ensure environmental and safety compliance as dictated by State and Federal regulations are followed to eliminate any violations that the company could incur.

Lead Emergency Plans and Response in the event of an Environmental or Security Incident occur at the facility.

Responsible for costs containment down to be competitive within the petroleum industry.

Managed payroll, labor/employee relations, training and recruitment.

Building an effective workforce committed to organizational goals, and providing a safe and healthy work environment through effective communication, training, maintenance and facilities safety programs.

JOB TITLE: Colonel, Deputy Commander

FROM: 10/2000 TO: Present

EMPLOYERS NAME: US Army Guard/Reserve

Chief of Staff of major support command, oversee and direct departmental heads.

Responsible for planning, directing and controlling operational activities with higher commands and providing assistance to the Commander.

Managing logistical assets to ensure property book accountability and/or readiness of all government property.

Planning pre-deployment missions, command and control of logistical assets, and long-range training during and after deployment.

Make determination and recommendations related to disciplinary actions, promotion, retention and separation from service.

Active member of the Army wide diversity council.

JOB TITLE: Emergency Response Coordinator

FROM: 05-2004 TO: 06-2007

EMPLOYERS NAME: Sun Oil Company (Sunoco)

Provided initial emergency response for fires, technical rescue operation, emergency medical, hazardous materials, security, and special operations at terminals and pipeline facilities.

Experience in design, and implementation of ID Credentialing (TWIC) and security clearance for facilities.

Coordinating and startup of incident command operations during any emergency release of petroleum product on navigable water ways or public access land.

Liaison person to deal with all state and federal agencies regarding operational clean up after a major oil spill.

Oversee contractors, materials and man hours for services during clean up.

Advise company officials on governmental issues regarding fines and regulations dealing with environmental damages caused by oil spills,

JOB TITLE: Environmental Specialist

FROM: 06-1999 TO: 05-2004

NAME: Sun Oil Company (Sunoco)

Responsibilities included assisting all business units and facilities in maintaining compliance with environmental regulations.

Orally and written communication with state and federal regulators, neighborhoods, and communities with regards to company facilitates that may impact the local environment.

Represent the company as technical advisor with environmental programs that may impact operations. Oversee the best practices equipment and techniques at facility and recommend changes in plans or alteration to existing facilities if need be.

Perform monthly, quarterly, and yearly facility equipment maintenance and inspection of the oil/water separators, hazardous waste collection points, water discharge points, Title V Air Permits, DMR Permit, RCRA, CERCLA/SARA reports, report all violations and recommend corrective actions to be taken.


Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)

Warehouse Management System

SAP Inventory Management System

Government Security Clearance


Military CAC

Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)

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