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Air Force Manager

Location:
Brandywine, Maryland, United States
Salary:
60,000
Posted:
September 19, 2018

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Bachelor, Human Resource Management

Strayer University, Suitland, MD 06/ 2017

Associate in Business Administration

Strayer University, Suitland, MD 12/2014

Associate in Logistics Management

Community College of the Air Force 05/2007

Logistics Supply Chain Specialist 7/2007 - Present

Boeing, Andrews AFB, MD 40 Hours/Week

Serve as a senior technical expert that directs, develops, and performs logistics management operations related to planning, coordinating, and evaluating actions required to manage product and supply systems. Prepare reports and briefings concerning logistics support, and identify products and services required in developing integrated logistics solutions (ILS).

Plans, coordinates, implements product/supply orders, and make order recommendations to achieve the goals for mission support.

Interprets, coordinates, and implements the acquisition policy and procedures to provide support to program managers to meet operational requirements to the Air Force. Coordinate activities to support product deliverables, manages inventory control of parts, and customer inquiries. Perform supply research, cost analysis, and apply acquisition process of laws, policies, regulations, and precedents applicable to ILS planning.

Develop documents used for business case analyses, life cycle cost estimates, and budgeting to support the acquisition and sustainment of airplane parts and supplies. Analyze data to determine inventory change requirements; analyzes information and coordinates with others to determine maintenance, repairs, and/or corrective action. Investigate repairs and rework or configuration management for optional solutions to support emergent supply chain requirements. Investigates feasibility of repair/overhaul, reviews applicability of warranties to allocate costs and coordinate movement of assets, and works through the repair cycle.

Apply a wide range of qualitative and quantitative methods for the assessment and improvement of ILS. Perform budget planning and tracking related to logistics functions such as planning and organizing.

Passenger and Household Goods & Base Supply Specialist

U.S Air Force Solider 03/1982 - 07/2007

Managed a wide range of supply systems, implemented regulations, and established techniques to maintain and account for federal assets.

Managed supply operations and exemplified skill in applying the principles and practices of supply management, material storage, inventory, and excess property management to provide technical assistance and instruction to customers.

Conduct extensive and exhaustive research for required information to reconstruct records to evaluate complex supply transactions.

Utilized regulatory requirements at the unit level to be able to address supply issues.

Managed database applications through spreadsheets, word documents, and other programs internally or WEB based.

Traffic Manager 08/2003 – 7/2007

HQ Air National Guard, Joint Base Andrews AFB, MD 40 Hours/Week

Managed Air Traffic policy, and procedures for more than 650 soldiers to ensure compliance with U.S. Title Code and federal/joint regulations. Iindependently reviewed transportation statutes, legislative and regulatory proposals, and executive orders to determine their implications for Air Force policies and programs.

Managed Manpower, training and budget requirements for efficient of National Guard bureau operations for assigned personnel.

Managed $14 million dollar budget for second destination transportation and oversaw U.S. Bank Power Track implementation.

Managed the merger/implementation of Power Track, Defense Travel System, and was the key coordinator at various levels.

Facilitated training symposium for over 100 attendees during the annual Mega Conference for Cargo Movement Operation System software release, and provided training tools of various day-to day scenarios.

Provide technical assistance and advice to the Director of Transportation on requirements, regulations and standards involving Career Field Education and Training Plan.

Managed the Air Force and Joint Publications/Regulations affecting daily logistics operations including hazardous material handling. Reviewed transportation documents for major projects and programs that were funded and carried out directly by the Air Force. Evaluated the documents for consistency of the projects and programs with relevant transportation laws, policies, and procedures, and prepares comments.

Represented, staffed, and coordinated ANG requirements through Headquarters, United States Air Force to meet DoD requirements for movement of passengers, household goods and cargo. Provided advice and expertise to staff on transportation documentation requirements; and identify projects, which required leadership involvement and recommended actions.

Superintendent, Cargo Terminal 08/2000 – 08/2003

HQ Joint Base Andrews AFB, MD 40 Hours/Week

Managed team of 11 personnel providing technical guidance and proper execution of $250,000 operational budget supporting 3,500 customers.

Key Role and instrumental in overseeing White House Communication Agency shipments to meet Presidential schedule without delay or interruptions. Coordinated with Air Force contractors with a goal of assuring that Air Force views were considered in the planning and administration of programs affecting or involving transportation. Initiated, managed and monitored projects related to transportation issues and provided recommendations for resolution. Developed transportation plans, and estimated resource requirements for projects and assisted in coordinating research.

Managed $48K account with the U.S. Bank Power Track program by reducing commercial carrier payments from 14 to 5 days.

Analyzed and obligated funds based on contractual agreements and performance and maintained reports as directed.

Implemented Desert Express a rapid military airlift concept directly supporting forces during Operation Desert Shield and Storm.

Planned and implemented a $75K renovation project vastly improving building structure and office working environment.

Reviewed and approved/disapproved 50+ performance appraisals/award packages annually.

NCOIC, Traffic Management Flight 07/1999 – 08/2000

Osan AFB, Korea 40 Hours/Week

Coordinated all aspects of personal property, travel and deployment operations; administered budget requirements in excess of $150,000.

Collected statistical data for audits directed by senior managers capturing personnel movements and funds expended.

Provided support to over 2,000 members traveling to/from Asia ensuring minimal delays meeting domestic/international guidelines.

Restructured Personal Property procedures reducing Man-hours by consolidating shipments and seeking optimal movement opportunities.

Designated as Unit Mobility Exercise Evaluator orchestrating a myriad training scenarios to meet war and peacetime training requirements.

Newly Enlisted Solider 03/1982 – 07/1999

HQ Joint Base Andrews AFB, MD 40 Hours/Week

Performed various military assignments and attended various trainings.

Professional Certifications & Trainings

Hazardous Material Certification

Military and U.S. Customs Training

Record Management Training

Memberships:

Member of the Andrews Chapter, National Defense Transportation Association

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES

James Manning, Travel Management 850-***-****

U.S. Airforce

Corey Kimes, Program Manager 708-***-****

U.S. Airforce

Chantelle Darensburg, Travel Management 619-***-****

U.S. Airforce



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