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Logistics and Warehouse

April 23, 2019

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Arment Islami

Cell Phone: +383********

VOIP: +1-864-***-****



Seeking a position, where my experience, training and knowledge can be utilized to enhance your department and company operation

Knowledge & Qualifications Highlights

5 years of LOGCAP III experience in Logistics Management

MAXIMO, IBS-CMM (Container Management Module) and RF-ITV portal experience

Management skills and experience

Extensive knowledge on Logistics, Operations, HR, Finance, Project Controls, Property and Materials

Excellent oral and written communication skills

Excellent customer service experience

Team player and always focused on safety standards and mission accomplishment

IT/Communication / Hardware and Software, proficient on all office programs (Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, Visio and architectural programs)

Construction Engineering experience

Maintenance Mechanic, Electrical Installation and HVAC/Plumbing experience Water Supply Tech. I – LOGCAP IV FGG Camp Dahlke - West, Afghanistan Dec 18, 2018 – Present

Controlling various pumps and valves on water purification units, changing filters, performing regular equipment maintenance and test samples on POP’s POI’s and POU’s, performing bacteriological tests

Distributing chlorine and chemicals on well water and maintaining supply, calibrating various meters

Monitoring pH, FAC, Turbidity and TDS levels

Ensuring the water produced meets the TB MED 577 Sanitary Control and Surveillance of Field Water Supplies

Filtering, purifying and removing contaminants from the water

Communicating plant status to superior, maintaining clean and safe work area Laundry Lead (Tech. I) – LOGCAP IV FGG Camp Dahlke - West, Afghanistan Apr 8, 2018 – Dec 18, 2018

Appointed as Laundry Lead for Dahlke-West

Interacting with customer to discuss and resolve issues they may have; investigate, resolve and report claims as appropriate and when needed

Reviewing state of operations in Laundry and ensure team is on track to meet daily goals

Conducting pre shift meetings

Train personnel and promote continuous improvement

Completing laundry logs, and reports into various databases to include MAXIMO

Maintaining inventory of supplies, and order replacement supplies when needed

Ensuring machines and laundry area adhere to safety and cleanliness standards, stay in working order, and that maintenance is contacted promptly for repairs

Ensuring compliance with all safety regulations of assigned tasks, completing STAs and toolbox topics

Ensuring a clean, organized, and safe work environment with active participation in the health & safety program

Ensuring information from laundry list matches the laundry bag

Receiving and Issuing laundry

Inventorying laundry bags

Sorting laundry bags

HVAC Mechanic & Plumber – NTP “INOX’’ Ferizaj, Kosovo Mar 1, 2014 – Mar 30, 2018

Understanding of all HVAC, plumbing and electrical products so that clients needs can be met

Strong listening skills, able to effectively interpret client’s needs and offer turnkey solutions

Effective in installing and troubleshooting various heating units

Adept at balancing heating, air and water treatment systems in accordance to the protocols

Core understanding of determining causes of malfunctions and correcting them properly

Exceptional knowledge of providing technical assistance with the design and implementation of HVAC systems

Strong background in reading and interpreting instructions and safety procedures associated with tasks to be performed, proven ability to read schematics and work plans

Knowledge of basic and advanced building components in relation to HVAC systems, plumbing and electrical

Solid knowledge of using hand and power tools

Physically dexterous to handle tasks effectively in extreme weather conditions

Highly experienced in handling electronic and mechanical systems effectively

Well-versed in installing and repairing pumps, motors, fan coils and piping

Knowledge and ability to perform preventative and general maintenance tasks on HVAC systems

Ability to determine whether a part of a system or the system in whole can be repaired or will need to be replaced

Deep understanding of fabricating equipment parts to meet specialty needs or replace parts that may not be readily available

Electrical Supervisor - (self-employed) Kosovo Nov 15, 2012 – Feb 28, 2014

Working with Electrical Engineer on industrial and household electrical installations

Installing and maintaining industrial/household electrical equipment, manual and automatic generators, fuel and gas burners on furnaces and houses

Installing surveillance systems, security systems and lighting, electrical outlets, and circuit breakers

Placing conduit (pipes or tubing) inside designated partitions, walls, or other concealed areas, and pull insulated wires or cables through the conduit to complete circuits between boxes,

Replacing faulty circuit breakers, fuses, switches, electrical and electronic components, wire and old fuse boxes

Diagnosing malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment and hand tools, to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem

Follow blueprints to determine the location of wiring and equipment and to ensure conformance to building and safety codes

Consulting with Electrical Engineer, line installers and repairers, or industrial machinery mechanics and maintenance workers when performing installations

Logistics Supervisor - LOGCAP III USD-North, Iraq Dec 29, 2006 – Nov 1, 2011 Sr. Logistics Coordinator

Logistics Coordinator – Container Management

Focal point for Logistics Operations throughout the USD-North Logistics Operation

Provided leadership by directing the efforts of personnel involved in providing a variety of support to programs involved with Container Management, Transportation, NTV and Heavy Maintenance, Power Gen, Retail & Mobile Fuel, Oxygen plant, Waste Management, Shuttle Bus Service, and ROWPU Operation to ensure efficient, timely, and effective support to the customer is provided

Wrote RFID and submitted TMRs for cargo movements throughout Theater

In-gate Out-gate and tracked containers utilizing the IBS CMM database

Ensured the accuracy and completeness of daily fuel Accountability in accordance with FM 10-67-1 & 2 and DA Pam 710-2-1 & 710-2-2

Prepared and submitted water production reports, ice distribution reports, MHE reports, fuel reports (3644 and 4702-R), monthly logs etc.

Prepared all PEB, AFEB briefings and various deliverables in accordance with the SOW

Worked closely with Contract Administrator to ensure all the Administrative Change Letters are being executed

Responded to various DCMA, Management and HQ RFIs

Coordinated with HQ Supply Class Management on maintaining DOS and resupplying USD-North sites with Ice

Inventoried Government Property and ordered material

Monitored personnel strength throughout the USD-North and assigning new hires/rehires in accordance with the BOE and work load, worked with Project Controls on justifications for BOE

Tracked Maintenance and Power Generation shipments/parts for deadline equipment

Assisted DOL on reassigning vehicles based on Equipment Utilization Management Plan and utilization reports

Assisted DOL on day to day operations

Coordinated with Trades, Materials, QA/QC and Property to prepare Material and Equipment for transfer to Afghanistan and Customer in Iraq

Completed and processed over 380 OPSDIR packages for Rolling Stock transfers to Afghanistan

Worked with HQ and 840th Transportation Battalion on I2A (Iraq to Afghanistan) ACL equipment and material movements ensuring RFID tags, MSLs and TCMDs are provided and placed on assets prior upload, reflect accurate information such as; asset description, S/N, DODAAC, POE/POD etc.

Administrator for all Logistics Data folders

Inspected weekly timesheets for DOL department

Reviewing ACLs for discrepancies, and verifying in MAXIMO that requested property is available for transfer

Requesting revisions to the ACLs when listed property is unavailable for transfer

Completed Cargo Detail Sheets and assisting customer with TMR submittals for Intra-Iraq ACLs, tracking Iraq to Afghanistan, and Intra-Iraq ACL shipments and updating trackers for submittal to HQ and Houston

Worked with Transition Team on base closures while successfully transitioned 8 USD-North Camps to Government of Iraq as directed by the USG

Responsible for the overall performance of the assigned departments. Provided operational oversight to ensure work is accomplished in a timely and cost effective manner. Ensured awareness and monitored employee compliance with all applicable company directives, policies, and procedures. Coordinated activities involving the customer, other organizations, and company functions. Responsible for defining training requirements, developing employee skills, and promoting continuous improvement. Developed and implemented performance standards and internal controls

Troubleshooting problem areas in logistics and coordinating problem resolution and recommending solutions to Director of Logistics

Analyzing work processes and developing metrics for measurement of performance

Coordinating with other Shared Services functional areas as appropriate in regard to logistical functions performed under contract

Sr. Logistics Trans Coordinator - KBR CBS, Kosovo May 16, 2005 – Dec 5, 2006

Held a variety of positions within the Director of Logistics and Services department

Assisted Director of Logistics and Regional Manager on staff organization and structure, BOE etc.

Go-to person for all Logistics data such as Personnel listings, Maintenance and Service Plans (M&SP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for contract transition phase from Balkans Support Contract (BSC) to USAREUR Support Contract (USC)

Selected as team leader for final editing, formatting, organizing and converting Maintenance and Service Plans

(M&SP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) from various Microsoft applications to portable document format (PDF) to be in compliance when submitted to U.S. Government

Compiled and validated daily, weekly, and monthly reports for Bus & Taxi, Trans Truck, AFATS, ATC, Fuels, DFAC operations, Laundry, Equipment Maintenance and Supply Support Activity (SSA)

Dedicated time to the Project Training Office administering various trainings and English level test to current and new hire employees to make sure the contract requirements are met

Prepared monthly AFEB briefings for AST DOL, Remote Site Rosters and weekly Manager Briefings

Inspected EXPAT and HCN weekly timesheets for over 685 personnel for proper coding, timing and signatures, prepared/submitted invoices and expense reports

Administrator for all Logistics Data folders

Services Coordinator - Logistics Support KBR CBS, Kosovo Nov 9, 2003 – May 15, 2005

Coordinated with nine different sections; AFATS, Fuel Services, Laundry Services, Bus & Taxi Services, Trans Truck, SST & Incinerator, Movement Control Team (MCT), HAZMAT, MHE and Fleet Safety

Compiled the Daily, Weekly & Monthly reports for all the above listed Departments, working on the Invoices, creating and updating files such as, Org. Charts, Department briefings, Remote Site Rosters

Ensured the accuracy and completeness of daily fuel Accountability in accordance with FM 10-67-1 & 2 and DA Pam 710-2-1 & 710-2-2, assisted Fuel Services department with end of month physical inventory, comparing the actual innage gage sheets with the closing book balance to determine the gains and losses

Coordinated with TFF G4 and relaying messages to the respective sections that had to perform the missions and making sure to meet the client expectation

Receiving phone calls from ACO and TFF G4 for verbal NTPs and LOTDs requests

Compiled information’s from Functional Area Managers for AFEB briefings

Provided information to Project Controls on Requirements for ROM and VROM estimation, processing IHPs, NTPs, LOTDs, and TMRs

Submitted material request on monthly basis for all Sections falling under Logistics Support

Wrote a access database program to track on transportation movements in and out of theater Supervisor-Labor (O&M) KBR Operations CBS, Kosovo July 14, 1999 – Nov 9, 2003

Focal point for Bondsteel Operation receiving emergency and non emergency calls

Recorded and tracked PMROs /DPW/WSR and daily reports on the database

Updated files, requisitioned supplies and materials

Completed timesheets and responsible for personnel accountability

Created work schedule, supported TOA, and performed forklift operations

Supervised Preventative Maintenance Team and 46 employees doing the tent set up for the troops, maintaining walkways, and removing snow from the helipads and living areas, cleaning Hospital, shower units on 3 different points around the Camp Bondsteel

Education, Licenses and Certificates

High School Diploma

Civilian Drivers License

Logistics and Container Management training, Front Line Supervisor training and Serve Safe training

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