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Medical Logistics

Douglasville, Georgia, United States
October 22, 2018

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Masud Woodson

**** ***** ***** ******* ******: (*04) 822 - 1266

Douglasville, GA 30135


Retired military professional with 23 years of successful experience providing strategic and operations leadership in uniquely challenging situations. Active Secret Security Clearance offering over 15+ years’ in warehouse logistics at management level. Possess a comprehensive background in medical supply management, service operations, training and development, deriving from conducting domestic and global operations. Professionally, organized, process driven, with the ability to develop efficient logistical procedures. Managed multiple property and equipment valued over $500M while meeting the expectations of senior leadership. Recipient of multiple awards for outstanding performance, leadership and professionalism in the United States Army.

Areas of Expertise

Logistics Management

Material handling


Decision Making

Inventory Management

Problem Solving

Security Operations

Time Management

Strategy and Planning

Program Scheduling


Training & Compliance


Armed Security Guard (04/2017 to 10/2018)

Operated as armed security guard; ensuring safety and security within area of operations within static security positions. Observed and reported any violations of orders or security. Identified proper identification cards and granted access to personnel with required credentials. Maintained operational equipment and weapons within the requirements of the contract. Responsible for reacting to hostile enemy attacks within restricted area, both direct and indirect. Perform visual and physical sector security sweeps while assigned to mobile security team, ensuring 24/7 protection of all personnel and air crafts on the flight-line. Selected

Selected Accomplishments:

Provide the required armed manning at designated internal & external control points and internal & external roving patrols protecting over 5,000 American and Coalition forces by detecting, identifying, reporting, and guarding against unauthorized personnel and contraband, as well as, instruments of damage and destruction in order to prevent threats from entering the installation.


Driver/Messenger (11/2016 to 11/2017)

Responsible for providing secure and reliable transport of cash, securities, and other valuable cargo for financial institutions, businesses, and other customers. Practiced heightened security protocol and safety procedures. Provide outstanding customer service, and demonstrate competence ensuring accuracy in all delivery and receipt of cargo.

Selected Accomplishments:

Transported valuables over $100M in 3(three) different states to and from customer locations in compliance with the route schedule complying with productivity standards at each location.

Complied with state and company standards related to the carrying and use of firearms


Warehouse Supervisor (07/2015 to 11/2016)

Supervised and coordinated merchandise logistics within specified productivity, cost and quality standards. Enforced, monitored and maintained compliance with safety and security features in all areas of the warehouse as it pertains to Federal and State regulatory guidelines. Developed and directed methods to improve productivity and accuracy, staying current on MWI policies and procedures for all aspects if operations. Effectively managed time, resolve crises and decision making to include on-the-job training, coach, motivate and corrective actions as needed. Managed shift allocation and ensuring the efficiency of all warehouse staff, assisting with the recruiting process as needed.

Selected Accomplishments:

Supervised 20 + personnel procuring, ordering, receiving, distribution and redistribution merchandise to customer in 6 (six) different states valuing over $100M.

Processes and performs daily counting, researching and data entry of returns for discrepancies to be redistributed back into stock saving the company over $2M.

UNITED STATES ARMY, Various locations (Staff Sargent, E6)

Medical Logistics Supervisor (01/2005 to 06/2015)

Supervised logistical operations with maintenance and accountability of equipment and supplies within restricted areas. Responsible for the acquisition, procurement, receipt, warehousing, supply management, property management and accounting of Class VIII supplies and equipment worth in excess of $500M. Oversaw administrative functions, tracked personnel actions and individual training for soldiers and new personnel providing 100% synchronization of all medical logistics support. Served as the staff technical advisor for medical logistics processes and systems ensuring daily operations and management files records and receipts; to include special projects and exercises. Planned, coordinated, and instructed over 10 Equal Opportunity program and strategies to encourage a healthy and professional environment to over 66 personnel. Identified and addressed medical supply discrepancies.

Selected Accomplishments:

Acquisition more than $3M of medical equipment mission essential, receive and process 95% of Class VIII supplies through DCAM (Data Management Capability Model ) for Defense CBRNE Response Force mission IAW the FAR ( Federal Acquisition Regulation)

Utilized the DCAM (Data Management Capability Model) system in ordering, maintaining and responsible for accountability of over 1,500 lines of medical supplies valued at over $4M supplying Class VIII medical supplies to 2,000 Coalition Forces, and several US Military Transition Teams Soldiers 2 (two) Level I and 1 (one) Level II medical treatment facilities deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) 07-09.

UNITED STATES ARMY, Camp Casey, Korea (Supply Sergeant, E5)

Medical Supply Sergeant (12/2003 to 12/2004)

Directed acquisition and distribution operations of medical and commercial supply to the largest Health Clinic in Korea. Responsible for an annual budget of over $1.5 million dollars. Responsible for bringing the clinic in compliance with JCAHO, HAZMAT and safety regulations.

Selected Accomplishments:

Handled several vital tasks to include utility and building repair, computer repair and enlisted training without any supervision.

Improved medical supply efficiency by 60% turning in excess supplies worth $500K while maintaining on hand required inventory stock levels.


Central Texas College: Associates (AA) in General Studies; August 2008

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