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Location:
Midland, GA
Salary:
40,000
Posted:
September 11, 2018

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ITT Systems Division (**/**/**** -**/**/****) - Production Clerk

Fort Benning, Georgia United States

Supervisor: Geraldo Santiago - 706-***-****; Contact: Yes

Salary: $40,000.00 per year

Hours per week: 40

Duties: I prepare records and reports using data from maintenance and inspection

records. Calculates and analyzes such as man-hour expenditures, nonproductive time,

production time and statistical reports, using calculator. Produces reports based

on data compiled, tabulated and computed. Maintains file of production control data,

forms and reports using the Wildcat Maintenance System (WMM) and SAMS1 and SAMSIE

Lockheed Martin (04/10/2009 - 1/08/2010) - Warehouse Specialist

Ft Benning, Georgia United States

Supervisor: Umbra Ashford - 706-***-****; Contact: Yes

Pay Grade: ZZ -

Salary: $28,000.00 per year

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Knowledge of the logistics services and logistics technology industry. Knowledge

of procurement and purchasing procedures required. Strong communication, analytical

and assisted project manager in reconciliation of credit card and purchase orders

Knowledge of logistics service agreements desired.. Knowledge of purchasing and bidding

for parts. Knowledge of purchasing with credit card and purchase orders. Worked with

government contractors on tracking purchases. Using SAP Program to recon ciliate credit

card purchases

Lockheed Martin (10/20/2008 - 4/10/09 - Production Clerk

Ft Benning, Georgia United States

Supervisor: Mr. Roy Crawford - 706-***-****; Contact: Yes

Salary: $16.45 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Compiles and records production data for maintenance and modification operations.

I prepare records and reports using data from maintenance and inspection records,

using WMMS System. Calculates and analyzes such factors as cost accounting, man-hour

expenditures, nonproductive time, production rates and statistical reports, using

adding machine or calculator. Produces reports based on data compiled, tabulated

and computed, following prescribed formats. Maintains file of production control

data, forms and reports. Charts production schedules and phased man-loading using

the Wildcat Maintenance System (WMMS).

Omega Training Group Inc. (05/01/2008 - 10/20/2008) - Material Coordinator (SARRS

System)

Ft Benning, Georgia United States

Supervisor: Marie Stallworth - 706-***-****; Contact: Yes

Salary: $16.50 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Coordinates and expedites flow of materials, parts, and assemblies between

sections or departments, according to production and shipping schedules or department

priorities, and compiles and maintains manual or computerized records on SARRS system.

Reviews production schedules and related information and confers with department

supervisors to determine material requirements to identify overdue materials and

to track material. Requisitions material and establishes sequential delivery dates

to units, according to job order priorities and material availability. Examines material

delivered to production departments to verify conformance to specifications. Compiles

and maintains manual or computerized records, such as material inventory, in-process

production reports, and status and location of materials. May move or transport materials,

manually or using material handling equipment. May arrange for turn- in for repair

and assembly of material or part.

Omega Training Group Inc. (02/01/2008 - (02/01/2008 - General Clerk II SAMMS-E

Ft. Benning,, Georgia United States

Supervisor: Latasha Taylor - 706-***-****; Contact: Yes

Salary: $11.06 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Worked side by side with Project and Production Managers in turning over

36,000 dollar’s worth of expired oil to DRMO.

Maintained weekly logs on several FLRC vehicles for dispatch and fuel usage for the

Project Officer.

Assisted in turning in over 2500 Opstock lines worth over 100,00.00 dollars.

Was in charge of Production Managers Hand Receipts and Inventoried 7 Connexes and

set up locations for Production Manager. Equipment worth over $ 50,000 dollars. Wrote

Standard Operating Procedures for the Production Manager. Made locations and assist

in putting Parts on Inventory for the Shipping and Receiving. Worked in other motor

pools in the absence of clerks. Made Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets to help Managers

and Team Leaders to keep track of Service Packets and Request Paperwork for service

Packets for over 5,000 pieces of equipment. Performed supply functions required to

support contractor personnel Established and maintained automated and manual accounting records and turn-ins. Submit maintenance request and status transaction inputted equipment faults into SAMS-E/ULLS-G from DA Form 2404 Technical Inspections (TI), ensured the upkeep of the DA Form 5988-E equipment faults and status.

L-3 Communications (09/22/2007 - 01/29/2008) - SAMS-1E/ ULLS-G Clerk

Ft. Benning, Georgia United States

Supervisor: Latasha Taylor - 706-***-****; Contact: Yes

Salary: $11.06 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Established and maintained automated and manual accounting records and turn-ins.

Performed supply functions required to support contractor personnel. Unloaded, unpacked,

inspected, counted and stored incoming supplies and equipment. Knowledge of manual,

mechanized methods of supply administration. Performs all TAMMS, dispatching operations

and tracks scheduled services using SAMS-E/ULLS-G. Request processes dealing with;

repair parts (ordering and receipts) and status processing; operational and maintenance

processes that include; equipment operator records, equipment data update, equipment

data reports,) process, equipment dispatch procedures,

Submit maintenance request and status transaction inputted equipment faults into

SAMS-E/ULLS-G from DA Form 2404 Technical Inspections (TI), ensured the upkeep of

the DA Form 5988-E equipment faults and status. Receive new equipment into supported

units, transfer equipment Prepared and distributed monthly Service Due Schedules

as requested. The printout will reflect backlogged services, and services that are

due in the month of the upcoming period.

Defense Support Service ( DS2) (06/20/2005 - 05/30/2006) - ULLS-G and PLL Clerk

Hoeffel’s, Armed Forces Americas United States

Supervisor: David Schultz - 000-***-****; Contact: No

Salary: $2,300.00 per month

Hours per week: 40

Duties: 1. Issued over 200 vehicles to training units and Observer Control Teams.

Dispatched vehicles to qualified operators. Ordered parts for vehicles. Inventoried PLL and

made sure parts were installed on vehicles. Dispatch vehicles and verify vehicle

logbooks. Kept accountability of all equipment. Correct or report all vehicle deficiencies.

Support mechanics where necessary. Worked side by side with G-4 to make sure parts

were properly ordered according to Army Regulations.

Receive and fill requests from authorized persons for motor transport. Compile time,

mileage and load data for vehicles to include performing self-recovery operations.

Participated and completed missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Worked

as an assistant pay roll clerk. Made sure 40 employees had correct time sheets and

pay hrs.

2/356 LSBN, 91st DIV (09/01/2002 - 01/25/2005) - Motor Transport Operator

Fort Carson, Colorado United States

Supervisor: MSG Henard - 000-***-****; Contact: No

Salary: $3,500.00 per month

Hours per week: 50

Duties: Manage shipping and receiving of personnel and equipment being transported.

Oversee and check proper loading and unloading of cargo on vehicles and trailers.

Secure cargo against inclement weather, pilferage, and damage. Operate vehicle component

material handling equipment (MHE). Employ land navigation techniques. Operates radios

and weapons mounted on the vehicle. Perform vehicle self-recovery and field expedients

to include towing vehicles. Correct or report all vehicle deficiencies. Support mechanics

where necessary. Prepare vehicles for movement/shipment by air, rail, or vessel.

Provide guidance to subordinates in accomplishing their duties. Organize and participates

in convoys. Dispatch vehicles on ULLS-G system and verify vehicle logbooks. Receive

and fill requests from authorized persons for motor transport. Compile time, mileage

and load data.

Cross-trained as Training Officer for the battalion. Develop and project appropriate

training calendars according to training needs. Present and brief training schedules

to senior level and command staff. Schedule employees to attend training classes

and courses. Maintain and update training records. Document completion of training.

Coordinate and schedule ranges for weapon qualifications. Coordinated and supervised

ammo issue and returns. Follow and comply with all Army Regulations and governing

policies.

32nd Transportation Company (11/30/2001 - 08/30/2002) - Team Leader/Motor Transport

Operator

Fort Carson, Colorado United States

Supervisor: SSG Adams, T - 000-***-****; Contact: No

Salary: $3,000.00 per month

Hours per week: 50

Duties: Same duties as above. Served in the capacity of a supervisor. Supervised

7 employees. Oriented, trained and directed employees. Assigned shifts and tasks. Monitored work

performance and timeline recommended. Mentored employees on job responsibilities

and duties. Completed and processed performance ratings. Initiated awards, promotion

and disciplinary action as appropriate.

501st FSB, 1 AD (11/01/1998 - 11/29/2001) - Supply Specialist and Motor transport Operator

Friedburg, Armed Forces Americas Germany

Supervisor: SFC Salter - 000-***-****; Contact: No

Salary: $2,000.00 per month

Hours per week: 50

Duties: Received and stored bulk and package petroleum, oils, and lubricants products.

Issued and dispensed bulk fuels and water from storage and distribution facilities

to using units. Selected and submitted samples of petroleum, oils, and lubricants

to laboratory for testing. Performed petroleum and water accounting duties. Operated

equipment associated with petroleum and water distribution system and multi-product

pipeline system. Fueled and de-fueled vehicles, aircraft, and stationary equipment.

Took emergency precautions to prevent harm to self and facilities in event of petroleum

spillage or fire. Supervised 5 employees. Assigned duties, spot checked work adequacy,

and instructed subordinates in work techniques and procedures. Determined source

of product contamination in storage areas and pipelines and directed reclamation

and disposition for petroleum products. Assured adherence to safety procedures and

ensures keeping of efficient, clean, and safe work environment. Supervised aircraft

refueling and de-fueling operations. Accountable and responsible for fuel in value

of $ 650.000. Served as the Logistical Specialist of the brigade warehouse.

Reviewed and verified quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase

requests, and shipping documents. Unloaded, unpacked, inspected, counted and stored

incoming supplies and equipment. Updated stock locator system and administers document

control procedures. Repaired and constructed fiberboard or wooden containers. Packed,

crated, stenciled, weighed, and banded equipment and supplies. Constructed bins, shelving,

and other storage aids. Processed requests and turn-in documents at direct support

level through warehousing section. Processed inventories, surveys, and warehousing

documents. Performed prescribed load list and shop stock list duties in manual and

automated supply applications. Prepared, annotated and distributed shipping documents.

Operated material-handling equipment. Performed accounting and sales functions in

self-service supply. Provided technical guidance to lower graded personnel. Ensures

that inventories and location surveys are performed in accordance with established

procedures.

Computer Skills:

Microsoft Word, Excel, Power point, Outlook, WMMS, ULLS-G, SAMS1E and SAMSI-E

EDUCATION:

College/University

Canterbury University (Graduated Feb 12,2012)

Degree: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Preston High School 1992

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Awards

3 - Army Commendation Medal 200*-****-****

National Defense Medal 2003

Armed Forces Reserve Medal - 2003

Good Conduct Medal 2002 - 1999 1996

4 - Army Achievement Medal 06/2001 - 07/2001- 10/2001 1998

Kosovo Campaign Medal 2000

NATO Campaign Medal 2000

National Defense Medal 1993

Training

Observer Controller Course (2 weeks)

Basic Non-Commissioned Officer Course (4 weeks)

Hazardous Management Course/ Ft Benning (8 hrs.)

Equal Opportunity Representative Course (2 weeks)

Drivers Examiners Course (2 weeks)

Other Information

Secret Clearance ( 1994 - 2004)

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and attached to this Resume is true, correct, complete and made in good faith. I

understand that false or fraudulent information on or attached to this Resume may

be grounds for not hiring me or for firing me after I begin work, and may be punishable

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