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Material Service

Location:
Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, 17011, United States
Posted:
November 19, 2017

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Calvin Horton

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Harrisburg, Pa.

Contact: 717-***-****

Email: ac3eaf@r.postjobfree.com

DDSP/DLA

Mechanicsburg, Pa.

New Cumberland, Pa

Gary Stackfield

(717) ***-****

Start: 09-Feb-2009

End: 29-Oct-2016

Job Title:

Material Handler /Distribution Process Worker

Job Summary/Duties:

Select material for shipment by verifying documentation manually or by running inquiries in DSIA I assure stock identification was accurate and did not change running various inquires and checking paper work I place item for shipment in the correct loading area according to information provided on the 1347's, I used measuring tools to insure the proper dimension to loading on conveyors I completed daily logs on production and signed shipping report.

Move load/ unloaded stack pallet material supplies I had class room training to obtain knowledge on the proper way to pack material, I used different packing material when loading on the proper way to pack material Work different windows on DSS system completed SWARM classes .Work pick and pack area,094 reject area CDIM area and light pack area spurs area,non-coverable,213 CCP sorter area .Work pod area,112 area KCCP Use forklift and stock selector to position and move stock. Assure inventory accuracy and perform inventory analysis to assure accuracy.

I submit a report of discrepancy if material damaged or counts incorrect. Perform document preparation to verify material against document works independent duties include stock selection location survey, physical inventory material handling material examining and identifying, resolve problems with discrepancies through FED log system identify inventory problem in a location and document according to regulation ability to prepare inventory production reports, screen and identify shipping and receiving documents for discrepancies and direct shipment meets to shipping or storage areas have knowledge as a team leader in the warehouse operation the following skill of discrepancy reports, document preparation and, records management tasks through knowledge of supply regulations, manuals, polices, procedures and supply/distribution management concepts to plan elevate and conduct studies involving the receipt, storage and shipping operations in the organizations serviced knowledge of the automated system (I.E,DWASP.DDS,DSS) AND THEIR INTERFACES WITH SAMMS,DISMS, AND ASSP RELATIVE to receipt, storage and issues process in order to analyze inventory systems problem.

Knowledge of all phases of storage and transportation functions pertaining to inventory related actions and in order to understand phase with applicable systems such as skills of distribution process and procedures to include manual mechanized and automated systems in order to expedite the workload of as assigned area ability to influence motivate or persuade team members to meet production schedules. i have flexibility to try different solution when the usual sequence of operation fails to solve delays in production I have the proper skill to communicate clearly and effectively toward all individual in the workplace and outside environment with the proper tone of voices knowledge of agency policies procedures and DOD regulations governing inventory control functions and related distribution program; as well as knowledge of pertain standards, military standard requisition and issue procedure In order to interpret those guidelines pertaining to physical inventory control and related activities knowledge of the concepts of storage facilities layout and design and optimization of space utilization the work requires knowledge of a wide range of accepted packing containers, protective devices materials methods and techniques to protect and preserve contents ability to use pacing manuals and specifications to determine materials and methods required to pack item based on size, shape,type, weight, fragility, mode of transportation and destination of items determines requirements for and applies blocking, bracing and bracketing depending on the size, shape, and weight of the item destination and mode of transportation.

Secures containers to pallets by banding, nailing, strapping and or taping items perform data collection and document preparation by preparing documents for daily production performs individual and consolidated repacking of a variety of item using any of the range of accepted packing container material devices methods techniques for air and surface shipments completes daily late time MRO,oldest date and other warehousing reports to the proper management pick by priority or by what has to be pulled in the area with emergency picks done immediately performs various warehouse duties such as receiving.re-warehousing stock surveillance picking and packing.

Ensures that personnel are authorized to be in work area and or properly escorted while in work area work in automated or non-automated warehouse loading docks and /or outside storage/staging area load and unload shipments from trucks and other material conveyances using fork lifts capable of lifting and moving material weighing up to 10,000 pounds ensure that trucks are loaded and unloaded and unloaded according to policy and safety standards coordinates with transportation to ensure timely pickup and delivery of supplies responds to customer inquiries about specific shipments conducts vehicle and tracking to determine location and delivery time of supplies conducts cost comparisons to determine the proper mode of shipment order vehicles from the transportation lot and direct load out of warehouse generates and prints vehicle load order performs audit on vehicle load order

Performs close door and vehicle takeaway conducts vehicle tracking and contacts the carrier when needed uses technical manuals regulation and automated data to ensure all requirements are meet follow guidelines for depot accountability for receipting, stowing, storage and issue accuracy trained for more effective way to pick and stow pick pack and process general supply items, security supplies in accordance with application procedures regulations and directives closely monitoring to assure timelines deadline were meet schedule inventory audits and participate in the inventory verified and make any adjustments as needed research discrepancies and determine what action will need to be taken to correct and prevent this error again verify all receipts and if any discrepancy are detected then correct the errors. monitor the rack and bin plan graph to keep track of empty and available locations knowledge and daily us of the distribution standard system DSS and all other support systems. ensure that material is packed properly and that paper work is completed correctly and to escort the material to disposal site to ensure proper material disposal resolve problems with discrepancies by using fed log program identify inventory problems in locations and document accordingly verifies physical appearance,detects obvious defects and missing components then decides serviceability of items by checking for dents broken or missing parts corrosion and base on this item by checking for dents broken or missing parts corrosion and based on this review determines the appropriate condition code appropriate guides use quantity by location screen) to identify lost or misplaced materials

Maintain a fully successful rating during my employment at DDSP does work that requires standing on hard surfaces maintaining balance for extended period time also bending stooping reaching and twisting in tiring and uncomfortable positions research, perform data collection, record management by compiling and analyze statistical data information to prepare data summarization and recommendation regarding functional operation, procedures and resource utilization frequently lifts and carries items weighing up to 40 pounds, able to lift greater weights with assistance. shift/relocate other heavy material using appropriate material handling equipment wear protective clothing respirators, gloves or face mask can be or have been exposed to hazardous vapor, liquids, powders and solids and the possibility of cuts and bruises work independently with a variety of potential problem situations ensuring proper conditions exists, and that proper packing procedures have been applied operate variety of both manual and automated equipment to complete assigned duties, such as computers, keypad, optical readers, scanner,(bar code wands). inputs or extracts information from the supply system about stored items or group of items and their designated storage location use tools such as knives, scissors, wire cutter, wrench, crowbars, screwdrivers, tape and hammer to open and close containers. I have been trained on the proper operations of material handling equipment.

Also picked packed and re-warehoused selected item and material at customers request I

review shipping documents for information such as destination, priority, and weight, using this information to determine if the package should be shipped by Federal Express (Fed-ex) United Parcel Service (UPS) or air freight carrier also pack and repack a variety of items for shipments utilizing a wide variety of standard packing materials, methods, techniques, and procedures. I have been trained to use the Distribution Standard System (DSS) and Radio Frequency Handheld Device (RF) for a variety of warehouse and supply procedures

I use these computer systems to stow materials identify and work discrepancies in picks receipts pre-pack stows and keep track of the work in progress.

I continue to work independently to keep track of material, and better service the customers. Also, I would analyze the workload data and make recommendations on how to keep focus I have been trained and perform the duties at the Eastern Distribution Center (EDC)

I work in receiving in the Containerization Consolidation Point (CCP). In this area I perform the following: receiving, unloading, loading, and processing incoming shipments reporting over, short, or damaged conditions. I unload materials and freight from others depots and ordered supply companies. I verify all shipments and materials by bill of lading. I visually and physically examine a variety of incoming materials. Using a forklift I assemble items into groups based on information shown on the receiving vouchers and segregate materials according to such factors as condition, type of transaction, or property class and route appropriate processing lines, transportation control number, stock, quantity, weight, cube, priority and other codes describing material.

I have been trained on material processing, data collection, supply distribution by the use distribution standard system and mobile cart. I use these computer systems to process receipts, identify and work discrepancies in receipts. I also perform inquiries to resolve receipt problems and to identify materials and match materials by national stock numbers. I also trained and perform breakdown of items and materials of United Parcel Service, Federal Express and General Service Administrative that are received at CCP in tri-walls. I have segregate small items and materials to our upstairs processors, and I process large materials as well.

I have ensure that hazardous materials are segregated and taken to our hazardous area for staging and load material on our hazardous trailers to be shipped to our hazardous warehouse. All other items or materials are palletized, strapped down for security to be transported by our cart system. I have been trained and perform the duties at the Eastern Distribution Center (EDC) I work in receiving in the Containerization Consolidation Point (CCP)

In area such as Packing,Out Bound & CCP I processing incoming shipments reporting overage, shortage or damaged conditions loading/ unload materials and freight from others depots and other areas ordered supply companies also I verify all shipments and materials by bill of lading.

I visually and physically examine a variety of incoming materials. Using a forklift I assemble items into groups based on information shown on the receiving vouchers and segregate materials according to such factors as condition, type of transaction, or property class and route appropriate processing lines, transportation control number, stock, quantity, weight, cube, priority and other codes describing material. I have been trained on material processing, data collection, supply distribution by the use distribution standard system and mobile cart. I use these computer systems to process receipts, identify and work discrepancies in receipts. I also perform inquiries to resolve receipt problems and to identify materials and match materials by national stock numbers. I also trained and perform breakdown of items and materials of United Parcel Service, Federal Express and General Service Administrative that are received at (CCP) in tri-walls.

I have segregate small items and materials to our upstairs processors, and I process large materials as well. I have ensure that hazardous materials are segregated and taken to our hazardous area for staging and load material on our hazardous trailers to be shipped to our hazardous warehouse. All other items or materials are palletized, strapped down for security to be transported by our cart system. All over-sized items and materials are processed and transported by tugs to either ALOC (Air Lines of Communication) or surface locations for shipping. This keeps our material flow going while more shipments arrive for unloading and processing.

I have been trained on the proper operations of material handling equipment. I am skilled in operating utility vehicles, fork-lifts of different types: swing mast, forklift, manual pallet hand trucks, tractors and tugs in warehouses and can perform routine operator maintenance. Working at the East Bulk warehouses, I was been trained to perform variety of duties such as; selecting, storing, stacking, palletizing materials and freight based on their use, size, shape, quantity and contamination. Also, I have picked, packed, and re-warehoused selected items and materials at customers request I review shipping documents for information such as destination, priority, and weight, using this information to determine if, the package should be shipped by Federal Express (Fed-ex), United Parcel Service (UPS), or air/ freight carrier. I can pack and repack a variety of items for shipments utilizing a wide variety of standard packing materials, methods, techniques, and procedures. I have been trained to use the Distribution Standard System (DSS) and Radio Frequency Handheld Device (RF) for a variety of warehouse and supply procedures. I use these computer systems to stow materials, identify and work discrepancies in picks, receipts, pre-pack, packs, stows and keep track of the work in progress. I continue to work independently to keep track of material, and better service the customers. Also, I would analyze the workload data and make recommendations on how to keep focus. I assisted in help make sure material accountability and accurate physical inventory counts. I performed inventory audits of stock to meet established time frames when needed. I also completed inventories and investigating and resolving inventory balance discrepancies and identifying development needs to staff and supporting growth as a professional growth with the team. I communicated with space management, stock surveillance when need is contacted for stock arrangements when needed.

Organize my work effectively and with efficient to ensure all tasks were completed in a timely manner. I use different fact finding skills in order to track material and decide how to handle the situation. Work with people on a daily basis that has various attitudes. I have the ability to meet and deal with a variety of people, and officials at various levels through oral and written communication in order to resolve issues. When planning my course of action I apply strategic focus to ascertain my goals.

DLA/Distribution

Norfolk, VA

.

Henry Morring

(757)-***-****

Start: 08-Jan-2015

End: 17-Oct-2016

Jobs/Title:

Material Handler Leader

Series: WL-6907-05

Job Summary:

Serves as a Materials Handler Leader at the Defense Distribution Depot, Norfolk, VA (DDNV) -with responsibility and accountability to the DDNV Distribution Facilities Specialist, for the effective and efficient accomplishment of the assigned mission. The incumbent is assigned as a leader over three or more employees that perform work of moderate difficulty in various warehouse environments or the Material Processing Center (MPC). The highest level of nonsupervisory work led is Materials Handler, WG-6907-05. The incumbent of the position is responsible for the Distribution Standard System (DSS) storage, surveillance, maintenance, moving, rewarehousing, salvage, manifesting, picking and packing of material for storage; issue and/or shipment. The incumbent adheres to all governing policy and procedures in carrying out these duties.

Major Duties:

Serves as a Storage Space Monitor to ensure available storage and operating spaces are used in the most effective manner to support the mission. Collects utilization information and reviews facility and storage aid layouts to support accurate representation of the space configuration, and best use of available space resources. Support data collection as required for submission of the command's semi-annual 805 report.

Performs one or more of the functions described herein, which are typical of a work leader located within DDNV: 1. Passes instructions received from the supervisor to other workers, initiate daily tasks, and demonstrates proper work methods. Ensures needed material and tools are available and freight is obtained from supply locations. The leader sets the work pace, while working with other employees at the same level. 2. Ensures workers are fully utilized. Checks work in progress, checks completed work for compliance with supervisor's instructions on work sequence, procedures, methods and deadlines. The incumbent advises workers to follow instructions and to meet deadlines. The incumbent answers workers' questions regarding procedures, policies, written instructions and other directions. Provides information to supervisors on status/progress of work, causes of delays, overall work operations, problems and additional on-the-job training required by the individual employees. 3. Utilizes specialized knowledge of warehouse plans, methods, procedures, and techniques of material handling to perform various tasks in assigned areas such as general warehouse layout, material processing center operations, item identification codes, basic warehouse procedures, and storage areas in order to perform a wide variety and range of warehousing duties. 4. Utilizes automated data processing equipment and procedures inherent to operating within a high-velocity distribution system. Incumbent operates mechanized equipment including electro-mechanical automated equipment, such as high rise automated storage and retrieval vehicles, which use remote computer terminals to receive and transmit storage, inventory and requisition data in automated warehouses. The incumbent must process and independently complete shipping and receiving documents to ensure correctness of quantities, identification criteria, and labeling in both automated and non-automated warehouses. Utilizes various automated equipment such as optical readers, scanners (bar code wands) and computer keyboard to develop computerized inventory data, access materials, and fill item requisitions. 5. Ensures safety and housekeeping rules are followed (e.g., work areas are tidy and equipment is properly used).

Job Title:

Supply Technician

Series/Grade: GS-2005-06

Job Summary:

This position is located at a DLA Distribution site and performs work associated with programs such as Inventory, Location Survey, Care of Supplies in Storage {COSIS), and Supply Discrepancy Reports. As a member of the DLA Distribution's inventory accuracy and accountability team, will compile and evaluate data to provide trend analyses and assessments of storage and production processes to be used as a basis for development of quality control plans and other improvement efforts. Required to conduct preliminary research for inventory and location survey, research and update item data, perform material tracking, input of Material Release Orders (MRO's), research and inspect material based on correspondence on potential defective materials, and item data reports/research/updates. Required to conduct physical inventories and location surveys and to prepare reports concerning results of investigations performed. Performs miscellaneous administrative duties. Work requires operation of Material Handling Equipment {MHE). Incumbent must be able to obtain and maintain MHE license. Position is designated as "Non-sensitive with no access" as part of FY17 PDR project. RISK DESIGNATION LEVEL: Tier 1: Low risk, Non-sensitive. LEW 3/28/17

Major Duties:

- Investigates stock/record/material discrepancies impacting inventory balances. Investigations material

a variety of errors such as incorrect issue/receipt transactions, improper or incomplete stock number changes, improper condition changes, duplicate shipments, erroneous inventory adjustments, and failure of warehouses to maintain accurate locator records, etc. -Accumulates, organizes, trends, and evaluates data collected over time relative to errors and discrepancies captured in the course of daily work. Assists in the development of quality control plans and process improvement initiatives for the purposes of enhancing overall inventory accuracy and accountability. - Receives a variety of communications such as emails, telephone calls, letters, reports, IOMs, etc., concerning discrepancies involving material inspections, issues, shipments, receipts, storage and inventory adjustment actions generated externally or from local processing. Methods used include examining record flow, files and reports in various activities; following leads obtained by discussions with warehouse personnel; and examining locations/materials/documentation and determining if any temporary or unrecorded stock relocations were made. Conducts quality control checks on documentation and material flow and updates automated logs. - Performs physical inventory counts, material inspections and location survey checks, updates records based on cyclic inspections, and researches receipt discrepancies for record adjustments. Counts and verifies items by stock number, quantity and condition code. Surveys stock locations, performs physical search for material in connection with recorded locations where stock is not found and records unrecorded locations where stock is found. Researches inventory count discrepancies. Segregates, labels, and counts material as the result of Defective Material Summary messages/reports, logistic transfer, decapitalization, deletion, etc., as directed. - Receives information of discrepancies, investigates material, and responds to defective material messages in support of the COSIS program. Assists in cyclic inspections and Ad Hoc discrepancy processing. Images and retrieves documentation, files documentation and inquires automated systems to assist in the research of discrepant records. Performs quality control checks on file images and processes corrections on errors. 90% - Performs filing, correspondence and other clerical tasks.

Drafts letters, teletypes, electronic mail, etc., applicable to adjustment transactions, assuring all aspects of transactions conform to specific situations and convey the necessary data. Assures inclusion of all exhibits and enclosures, and appropriate information copies, appropriate routing, signature, etc. 10%

DLA Disposition Service

Michael Dutton

Fort Meade, MD.

(301)-***-****

Start: 30-Oct-2016

Present

Job Title:

Materials Examiner and Identifier

(Fork Lift Operator)

Series/Grade: WG-6912-06

Job Summary/ Duties:

1. Receiving/Inspecting/Code Challenging Duties. (40%) a. Receiving Reviews disposal turn-in document (DTID) accompanying material and compares data against property to assure correct information including proper documentation (e.g., stock number, nomenclature, quantity, unit of issue, disposal authority code, DEMIL and condition code). Takes action to have incorrect or incomplete data corrected or completed prior to acceptance for processing. b. Inspecting Visually inspects usable property for obvious signs of condition such as dents, broken and missing parts and corrosion and determines acceptability, off-loads material from conveyance. Signs for receipt of property. Determines condition and reportability and special handling requirements (e.g., hazardous material, precious metals, security, DEMIL, Special focus items, etc.) and assigns appropriate classification instructions for warehousing. Identifies and segregates precious metals. Batch-lots material by FSC, DEMIL code, and condition. Insures current DLA Disposition Services batch lot policy is followed. Determines whether an item has commercial value in excess of its basic material content. Downgrades property to scrap as necessary. c. Challenging Verifies accuracy of demilitarization codes, takes action to challenge questionable items/codes, and maintains segregated storage of property requiring DEMIL. Refers to DEMIL manual for proper DEMIL. Signs certification that DEMIL has been performed. Ensures proper certification is attached to turn-in document when demilitarized by host or generating activity. Ensures property dangerous to employees or public health and safety is properly identified, certified and tagged by the generating activity prior to acceptance. Segregates residue and determines proper SCL. 2. Identification/Segregation Duties: (35%) Identifies and segregates by Scrap Classification Listing (SCL) and processes in accordance to established guidelines. Refers questionable material to lead or supervisor. As required, identifies scrap by visual, spark, chemical, magnetic, and other test methods. Signs documentation for receipt of material and codes automated disposal and supply systems input. Weighs material and determines proper SCL. Weighs trucks in and out and ensures forms and weight tickets are signed and in order. Inspects incoming trucks for appropriate weight, (i.e., no excess property on truck or no hidden weights.) Reviews incoming material for presence of environmental hazardous materials in accordance to established guidelines. Rejects items not positively identified or items without generic identity of contaminants, identification is required to determine proper method of stowage and disposal. Ensures accuracy of codes. Inspects land fills and advises supervisor of non-compliance with regulations for segregation and disposal of salable property. 3. Warehousing Duties: (15%) Assists the supervisor in developing plans for storage and arrangement of stock in accordance with agency regulations which determine the configuration, setup, movement, rearrangement and traffic flow of material. Assigns product line locations. Locates, as necessary, property in reportable or non reportable, DEMIL, hazardous, and sales area according to designation; re-locates property to selected staging area. Counts or weighs material and ensures correct item and quantity for shipment or issue. Examines material in location daily to ensure screening periods are not exceeded. Re-warehouses no bid or rejected items as instructed by lead or supervisor; researches shortages or overages on items in location; examines storage areas periodically to assure neatness (and that property held for disposition has not been removed, pilfered, or otherwise tampered with). Performs special and periodic inventory of property; Re-palletizes/re locates property as necessary. 4. Forklift Operation Duties: (10%) Operates a variety of forklift trucks varying in capacity from 4,500k (10,000 pounds) or more that are higher than 420 centimeters (168 inches) to move, load and unload, stack or unstack palletized materials, supplies, and equipment from point of pick up to designated location; ensures proper handling to eliminate damage to cargo. Operates forklift indoors and outdoors over paved and unpaved surfaces. Performs daily inspection and maintenance and completes appropriate forms. Employee operates various MHE on an intermittent basis as required by workload and authorized by leader or supervisor.

Hershey Food Company

8/1992 - 11/2007

Hershey, PA

Paste Transfer Distribution Process

Duties:

Packing production area to perform my daily duties by making sure proper safety gear for my protection checking my machinery daily check before starting up the equipment for my safety and my co-workers .

I work as making sure the product were wrapped and seal before shipment which machine that was operated by myself and other employees were the products come from an Jensen line then to machine to be wrapped and code then packed into box machine then packed and sealed then code for shipment .

Operate forklift to loaded/unloaded material from trailer which materials and products were to be scan by using RF device that were scan into SAP system for inventory and stage in proper location for different department . When products were completed and shipped down to shipment area were product was storage then loaded and scan by RF device to be process into SAP data base for record then as loaded make sure the proper weight meet the carrier proper weight capacity. Before loaded/unloaded make sure the trailer was choked and locked secure for my safety and



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