Robert James Pleasanton
Medical Logistics Specialist
Flexible, dedicated, and hard-working. Extensive experience supporting the ARMY’s medical operations. Excellent analytical ability and talent for implementing creative solutions to problems. Proficient in:
Defense Travel System
Defense Medical Logistics Standard support
Secret security clearance
DMLSS Customer Assistance Module
2016–July 2018: U.S. ARMY, McDonald Army Health Center; Property Management NCO.
Coordinated work requests for medical maintenance of hospital equipment.
Tracked the request, ordering, receiving and issue of all parts and services used for medical maintenance.
Fleet Manager for 24 Government (GSA) leased vehicles used in the primary hospital
and 8 satellite clinics/sections. Directed the repair, preventive maintenance, cleaning, fueling, reporting, licensing, and dispatching of assigned fleet.
Contracting Officer’s Representative and manager of more than a dozen Service contracts to maintain and repair hospital equipment.
Section expert in travel and transportation to include temporary duty travel as well as freight/parcel usage and tracking
2011–2016: U.S. ARMY, 1st Special Forces Group. Medical Logistics Specialist.
Supervised and performed the requisition, receipt, inventory management, storage, preservation, issue, salvage, destruction, stock control, quality control, property management, inspection, packing and shipping of medical supplies and equipment in support of 5 Battalions/over 2,000 Special Forces Soldiers.
Defense Travel System Order reviewer for medical section; routed travel system orders and vouchers for temporary duty pay.
Narcotics Control Officer; maintained a vault of over 20 lines of controlled substances.
Government Purchase Card Holder; purchased necessary supplies and services in support of operations; maintained all records perfectly and ensured appropriate charges
Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Instructor; Assisted Medics in teaching life-saving techniques to internal and multi-national forces both at home and abroad.
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Professional Experience, Cont.
2001–2011: U.S. Army, 3rd Ranger Battalion. Medical Logistics Specialist, Travel Pay Specialist, Budget NCO, Infantryman, Machine-Gunner
Supervised and performed the requisition, receipt, inventory management, storage, preservation, issue, salvage, destruction, stock control, quality control, property management, inspection, packing and shipping of medical supplies and equipment in support of 4 Battalions/over 1,000 Rangers.
Responsible for the initiation, processing, and closing of all temporary duty travel orders and travel pay vouchers.
Assisted the unit and installation in implementation of the Defense Travel System.
Managed temporary duty budget and operating budget for 1 ranger Battalion.
Government travel card agency/organization program coordinator
Basic Life Support Instructor, EMT-B, TCCC Instructor
Pierce College Fort Steilacoom, WA, 16 Credit Hours in Pre-Nursing
Columbus State University, GA, 58 Semester Hours Nursing Pre-requisites