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Manager Maintenance

Cibolo, TX
October 18, 2018

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Logistics Operations Executive

Global logistics manager with over 27 years of experience in Maintenance/Fleet Management, Supply Chain distribution, Warehouse and Operations Management. Led organizations with multi-million dollar budgets and multi-site operations. Trained and supervised multiple teams of experts in the most challenging global environments. Motivates and mentors high performing teams through positive leadership.

Department of Defense SECRET clearance with background investigation (inactive)

Bilingual-fluent English and Spanish

Career Highlights

Service Advisor, Trimac Transportation; May 2013-January 2018

Maintain the trucking fleet of over 85 tractors and 276 trailers located in six different areas around San Antonio, Texas. Responsible for the daily shop operations to include open repair orders, crate repair estimates, contact customers for estimate approvals, close repair orders and process payments.

Established a Training plan to certify a total of three technicians as HM 183 Inspectors and two technicians as Texas State Department of Transportation inspectors. They are now certify to conduct DOT inspections in all types of tankers.

Experienced using TRANSMAN, Shop Planner, TMT and TINA systems to monitor and track workloads, productivity, personal time, expenses and revenue.

Supervisor: Steve Castro, 210-***-****, may contact.

Logistics Manager (US Army) 2010-2013

Program Manager for Army Materiel Command (AMC) responsible for maintaining equipment life-cycle supporting 3,600 employees deployed overseas. Senior advisor for solutions and resolution of logistics challenges affecting a corporate organization, equipment readiness, and availability.

Planned, coordinated, and managed the refurbishment and reconstitution of over 26,000 pieces of equipment. Established automated programs to monitor, track, and report progress status.

Planned, coordinated, and managed the Reset program of over 26,000 pieces of equipment returning from overseas operations. Established automated systems to monitor and track progress.

Analyzed logistical issues and advised the Program Director and executive staff on solutions; proposed the use of a substitute battery for a combat vehicles that resulted on $120,000 cost savings.

Orchestrated staff composed of 110 Soldiers and civilians. Directed the force reduction plan during the drawdown of forces out of Iraq. Selected to go to Afghanistan to provide training on Base Closure operations.

Logistics Manager (US Army) 2008-2010

Managed supply operations, maintenance, property accountability, and food service operations for an organization of over 6,900 personnel deployed overseas. Led and motivated a staff of 18 employees to success by achieving clearly defined individual and team goals.

Directed budget and service contracts valued in excess of $38 million. Created contract savings over $1M by organizational realignment of personnel and reduction of redundancy and extraneous tasks.

Executed equipment maintenance program for $260M of government vehicles and equipment. Improved equipment readiness rate by improving transportation flow of repair parts.

Advised the Chief Executive Officer on all financial issues to ensure accurate tracking of expenditures. Certified as Government Purchase Card Manager with $35,000 monthly budget for expendable supplies and materials. Received commendation during monthly audit inspections.

Maintenance Manager (US Army) 2006-2008

Directed the Maintenance Readiness Branch, supervised planning and coordination of maintenance support and equipment readiness for 132 operational systems consisting over 24,000 pieces of equipment. Led and motivated staff of 25 employees.

Advised the Commander, a General level Command, on maintenance related issues. Reported maintenance status on a daily basis and increased readiness rate by identifying maintenance trends and improving supply routes.

Operations Manager (US Army) 2003-2005

Directed planning and execution of daily operations for an organization with 260 employees. Orchestrated continuous training programs to improve efficiencies and operational success.

Coordinated and executed over 190 training events for units prior to deployment to combat. Evaluated all training events to ensure training was conducted in accordance with Army Regulations.

Transportation Manager (US Army) 1999-2003

Led an 83 member organization capable of deploying anywhere in the world within 10 hours of notification to conduct movement control operations in a forward deployed area. Supervised accountability, training, deployment, health and welfare of assigned personnel; readiness of equipment valued in excess of $4 million.

Established a Family Readiness Group designed to keep family members informed of military actions, especially after 9/11 attacks.

Service Supervisor (US Army) 1997-1999

Directed the section responsible for planning, coordinating, and synchronizing logistical assets of a 670 employee organization. The organization provided direct support maintenance, waterborne transportation, supply, medical, and law enforcement throughout Central and South America area of operations.

Selected to deploy to Ecuador in support of the Military Observer Mission Ecuador-Peru, received the Government of Ecuador Peace Medal for actions during peace-keeping operations.

Maintenance Supervisor (US Army) 1993-1997

Led a 90 member platoon capable of deploying anywhere in the world within 10 hours of notification to conduct maintenance operations in a forward deployed area. Managed accountability, training, deployment, health and welfare of assigned personnel; readiness of equipment valued in excess of $7 million.

Deployed to Hungary to establish a Maintenance Collection Point to repair vehicles coming in and out of Bosnia.

Supply and Warehouse Specialist 1985-1993

Served as entry-level repair parts warehouse specialist for an eight member team assigned to a supply company. Floor supervisor responsible for receiving, processing, storing, and issuing of repair parts in support of over 30 customer units located in Europe.

Deployed to Saudi Arabia in support of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Considered as the expert on the Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) for warehouse operations.


Master of Science, International Management, Troy State University Graduate School, Columbus GA

Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting, Cum Laude, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras PR

Command and General Staff College Graduate (2006), Fort Benning GA

Department of Defense Contracting Officer Representative, Fort Lee VA

Department of the Army, Logistics Support Activity Course, Fort Hood TX

Defense Logistics Advance Course, Aberdeen Proving Ground MA

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