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Air Force Management

Location:
Charleston, South Carolina, 29414, United States
Posted:
December 29, 2018

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Thomas G. Wilson

*** ********** ***** – Charleston, SC 29414

843-***-****

ac72sw@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE: Seeking a challenging and rewarding position that utilizes my Supply and Logistics experience as a Supply Chain or Logistics Manager/Trainer in Charleston, South Carolina.

SUMMARY OF SKILLS:

●Active Secret Security Clearance – September 2020

●Technical Expert on:

oEnterprise Solution-Supply (ESS)

oAir Force Equipment Management System (AFEMS)

oStandard Asset Tracking System (SATS)

oSupply Deficiency Reports (SDR)

oFederal Catalog System (FEDLOG)

oFederal Logistics Information System (WEBFLIS)

WORK EXPERIENCE: 2012, April to 2018, June

HRS per week 40 and April/2012 to 2018, June

US Air Force, Materials Handler Supervisor

Supervises and assigns daily work of military and civilian personnel. Establishes a good working environment encouraging employees to participate in achieving management goals and promotes efficient, economical, and safe movement of freight through the cargo movement function.

Monitors cargo flow and advises shipment scheduling personnel of cargo movement function’s capability to process and handle shipments. Conducts inspections of work areas and directs corrective actions of discrepancies found by subordinate supervisors, or negotiates needed changes with other external functional supervisors.

Recommends and develops performance standards and ratings, and evaluates work performance of subordinate supervisory personnel. Schedules and approves leave of subordinate supervisors and ensures supervisors exercise leave approval and control within their respective elements.

2010, June to 2011, October

Lear Siegler Logistics, URS Corporation Supply Deficiency Report Coordinator/Purchasing Agent

HRS per week 40 and June/2010 to October/2011

Worked with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) and vendors to foster repairs for after-market aircraft parts in support of Foreign Military Sales (FMS).

Performed as customer single point contact for reported problems/complaints-established and maintained good working relationships with customers and vendors.

Has knowledge of USAF Air Logistics Center’s classification of aircraft parts as to standard, non-standard, safety of flight and recommends awards to vendors based on knowledge of aircraft operating systems.

Procured services, supplies, hardware, software, and other commodities required for facilities and employees. Reviewed the procurement process for adherence to company policies and government regulations.

Performed purchasing duties including preparing and executing purchase requested with limited supervision. Advised and recommend end users on commodities and prepared vendor solicitations.

Solicited for new vendors, schedule visits and monitored vendor performance. Prepared and participated in both internal and external audits with other team members to advise and recommend improvements.

Coordinated with Shipping/Receiving and Accounting Departments on deliveries and assisted in resolving problems. Maintained a filing system for all procurement matters and tracked capital assets. Complied with governmental law, company and divisional procurement policies and procedures.

COMPUTER SKILLS: Experienced user of Windows XP/2000/98/95 Microsoft Office (Project, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook)

EDUCATION: Master of Science in Management Concentration in Marketing, Strayer University, Charleston, SC, March 2015

Bachelor Science in Operations Management, DeVry University, San Antonio, TX, October 2011

Associate Applied Science, Industrial Management Technology, Northwest Florida State College, Fort Walton Beach, FL, 2001

Associate Applied Science, Logistics Management, Community College of the Air Force, Montgomery, AL, 2000

Clinton High School, Clinton, TN, 1989

ADDITIONAL TRAINING: Defense Acquisition University- Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management- ACQ101 Section 309 - January 2009



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