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Manager Supply Chain

Location:
Highland Lakes, New Jersey, United States
Posted:
January 25, 2018

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Angelo S. Olivo-Moreno

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

Chester, New York 10918

Mobile: 678-***-****

ac36y9@r.postjobfree.com

Dynamic, highly, motivated and innovative team player with cross functional experience over 35 years of experience in Logistics Operations, Logistics Management, Emergency Response, and public health and 30 years of having earned and held progressively responsible management positions. Demonstrated, proven my ability in using strong analytical skills to develop success national health care operations. Strong organizational background, excellent attention to detail, ability to set priorities, meets deadlines, and work effectively under pressure. Fluent in both English, Spanish and currently possess an active Secret Clearance (Granted 2006).

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Lockheed Martin April 2008 – January 2017

Marietta, GA 30333

Position: Master Production Scheduler Senior

(Duties include supervisory responsibilities)

Provides input to management, scheduler and/or interfaces with programs, production and engineering managers, supports production forecast commitments, scheduler changes for long and short range recovery planning, uses leveling techniques and planning factors to optimize business performance, oversees the master scheduler, long & short planning and ensures comprehensive compliance with materials requirements for manufacturing, manages customer inventories through analysis and operations of the replenishment system, maintains replenishment model information, including monitoring the accuracy of weekly data, history, network, changes, lead-times, past and future promotional events, new product information, supervises employees in using variety of equipment such as forklifts, conveyers, cranes, hand carts, and power trucks to move materials, parts, assemblies and finished products and/or goods within the Lockheed Martin Plant, offices, and/or warehouse, responsible for coordinating subordinate employee recruitment, selection and training, performance assessments, salary, and recognition/disciplinary actions, oversees the processing, packaging, and storage for supplies, materials, and equipment and determine appropriate containers and wrapping methods to be shipped or stored, coordinates with engineers, shippers, carton, manufactures, and carpenters for special crating and packing requirements, supervises employees who maintain records and check invoices/bills of lading.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) November 2003 – April 2008

Atlanta, GA 30329

Position: Logistics & Production Manager (Contractor for the Division of Strategic National Stockpile / Coordinating Office for Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response)

(Duties include supervisory responsibilities)

Logistics Manager in a 12 Hour Push Package section at Division Strategic National Stockpile who’s mission is to provide emergency medical supplies to state and local agencies to augment depleted resources in responding to terrorist attacks and other emergencies, supervised up to two-hundred (200) personnel in twenty-five locations throughout the United States, responsible for the day by day management and accountability for over one hundred (100) line items of life-saving supplies consisting of pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and medical equipment valued over 150 million dollars at twenty-five (25) storage locations throughout the United States, prepared, analyzed and performed highly complex Logistics Supply Chain Management functions for procurement through warehousing, directed daily operations and maintained full accountability for operational performance and personnel responsibilities, received and inventoried supplies verifying nomenclature, lot number, expiration date, and other pertinent information and directed daily shipping and receiving functions and computerized

Angelo S. Olivo-Moreno

inventory management system is used to issue and track pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, and equipment, continually, monitor stock levels and initiated purchase requisitions to procure inventory in accordance with forecasted inventory needs, rotated and replaced inventory approaching shelf life expiration date and repacks into an array of 130 specialized cargo containers according to template and cube identification protocols, prepared and coordinated transportation shipments for outdated inventory to federal and civilian agencies, performed quality assurance inspections at storage facilities ensuring inventory control, security, proper supply chain management, and validate standards and procedures, utilized on Oracle based Inventory Management System to track inventory from procurement to procurement to shelf life expiration date, performed on-call logistics duties in the Strategic National Stockpile Coordination Center during National and/or local emergencies and training exercises, other responsibilities include coordinating and communicating with state and federal representatives as well as with private agencies on inventory procurement, contracts, and transportation movement, lead evaluator for the Division Strategic National stockpile for all internal and external exercises, experienced performing Quality Assurance / Quality Control (QA/QC), Shelf Life Extension Program (SLEP), and disposal of medical materials, managed cycle program and ensured account integrity by maintaining an inventory of accuracy rate of 100%, supervised and trained 100 subordinates in CHEMPACK Program on all facets of the different jobs in the Logistics Field, on call 24 hours / 7 days a week.

United States Army October 1983 – November 2003

Fort Campbell, KY 42223

Position: Logistician

(Duties: include supervisory responsibilities)

Supervised and/or performed duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment, prepared all unit / organizational supply documents and maintained automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation property, supplies and equipment, issued and received weapons (i.e. 9mm, M16A1 rifle, M60 Machine Gun, and 50 Caliber), secured and controlled weapons and ammunition in security areas, schedule and performed preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons, performed duties shown at preceding level of skill and provided technical guidance to subordinates, inspected completed work for accuracy and compliance with established procedures, directed supply personnel in establishing supply and inventory control management functions, maintained properly under Standard Property Book System (SPBS), analyzed statistical data and reports to ascertain trends, conformance to standard and directives, and efficiency of operations, developed and executed training programs, conducted inspections and provided technical assistance to the Inspector General, trained over 2,200 personnel per year in the Logistics Field.

EDUCATION

Associates of Arts, Distribution Operations Management, Coastline Community College, Fountain Valley, Florida, August 2003

Graduated from Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course (BNCOC), United States Army,

Fort Lee, VA, 1992 (3 months course / 2,700 hours)

Graduated from Leadership and Management Development Course, United States Army,

Fort Lee, VA, 1991

Graduated from Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC), United States Army

Fort Campbell, KY 42223 (4 week course / 240 hours)



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