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Manager Management Lead

Location:
Fort Bragg, NC
Salary:
60,000
Posted:
March 27, 2019

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MARIO BREWER

Fort Bragg, NC 283**-***-*** ****

ac8wzt@r.postjobfree.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/mario brewer 540a09166 SUPPLY CHAIN AND LOGISTICS ANALYST: Global Management, Transportation & Inventory Analysis Military Veteran with a Secret Security Clearance offering 20 + years of proven experience in recognizing changes in goals and objective and utilizing available tools and resources in dynamic and fast paced environments. Accomplished leader with a strong background in supply chain management, warehousing and team leadership and training. Able to skillfully transition to new responsibilities to achieve organizational objectives while maintaining core focus on areas of extensive expertise. Demonstrated success leading teams to effectively conduct daily operations while constantly evaluating areas of improvements. High comfort level liaison between executive management and front line stall to enhance operations, transform existing process into best practices and deliver training critical to operational success. Proven ability to lead strategic planning efforts for large scale operations. Proficient at problem solving and multi tasking during fast paced and stressful situations. EXPERIENCE

JANUARY 2019 –PRESENT

MATERIAL MANAGEMENT LEAD, VECTRUS (KUWAIT)

Supervised and leaded 25 staff personnel in receiving, storing, inventorying, issuing, and disposing of Government Furnished and Contractor Acquired Materiel. Coordinated and supervised yearly 100% inventory and monthly 10% cyclic inventory, receipt and break down of customer material. Updated MAXIMO transactions and verify accuracy of records. Prepared and submitted reports to the Materiel Management Supervisor and Manager providing detailed information on routine and special reports. Provided support to Program Management identifying problematic areas and resolutions.

Counted, sorted incoming material to verify receipt of items on requisition or invoices.

Updated material records in Maximo

Validated Purchase Requests, MILSTRIP Requisitions, Clothing Issues, and Cost accounts.

Ran daily reports in MAXIMO and evaluated the stockage level and stock on hand to determine actions required.

Ensured locations were properly marked, matched and recorded in MAXIMO.

Identified and cataloged all material on hand and on order for adequate store.

Supervised the transportation of supplies to other departments, using Pallet Jack, Forklift or industrial truck as required

Made sure all material under my control was stored in accordance with the FAR and local policy.

Identified excess material in stock and requested disposition accordingly

Prepared and analyzed records and reports as necessary to execute actions routinely

Ensured material was being maintained appropriately and identified material with an expired shelf life for disposition

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DECEMBER 2012– OCTOBER 2018

MATERIEL CONTROL ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR, UNITED STATES ARMY Managed the distribution of supply classes, provided oversight of 26 tactical Supply Support Activities that consisted of 322K lines of Authorized Stockage List valued over $700M. Provided logistical support and performance readiness to over 40K customers throughout Afghanistan area of responsibly with a staff of 37 personnel and $900M worth of equipment.

Provided oversight for accurate transition of $100M of Department of Defense Activity Address Codes; conducted Mass Cancellation and Deletion Process and synchronized the retrograde of 4.1K pieces of rolling and non rolling stock enabling 600 organizations to realign upon return from Afghanistan

Monitored and reported the redistribution of over 20K lines of Authorized Stockage List, resulted in a $50M savings; downsizing of 4 supply support activities, decreasing excess by $200M, relocating 40K personnel and 62K pieces of equipment during base closures in Afghanistan

Analyzed, reviewed, and validated over $50M worth of Class IV supplies (construction material), saving over $15M in transportation cost; provided guidance to my section in tracking over $100M in critical repair parts

Supervised monthly Document History Reconciliation for 26 Supply Support Activities, resulting in inventories exceeding Department of the Army’s standard of 95%

Spearheaded the transfer of authority, drafted and implemented an internal supply Standard Operation Procedure (SOP) and adhered to the supply discipline program, resulting in 100% accountability with zero losses to $900K of assigned equipment dispersed in multiple global locations

Executed a training program for Global Combat Support System Army (GCSS) which enabled the processing of over 1M errors, facilitating the conversion from Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS)

AUGUST 2009– DECEMBER 2012

INSTRUCTOR / WRITER, UNITED STATES ARMY

Presented instruction to personnel in the Automated Logistical Specialist Course. Trained and supervised over 1.4K Soldiers annually. Wrote, reviewed and updated course material, accountable for 60 computer systems and 60 communication assets valued over $1M.

Displayed a high level of professional competence, instrumental in 99% graduation rate of more than 200 entry level students

Distinguished as one of the top 3% of instructors of the Quartermaster Center & School in 2011; awarded the Distinguished Instructor Award

Led and coordinated a working group of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and facilitated the revision of the Division Student Response System, improving the Program of Instruction flexibility and customization for the Automated Logistical Specialist Course

Supported the organization as a Training Manager, coordinated training of over 4K personnel in 3 subordinate units

Assisted with the planning of numerous events and training exercises; collected, maintained, and provided information of current requirements and available resources

Maintained accountability of 5 vehicles and 2 containers valued over $2M; enforcing safety standards during daily operations resulting in the prevention of any injuries JUNE 2007– AUGUST 2009

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WAREHOUSE SUPERVISOR, UNITED STATES ARMY

Planned and analyzed data and reports to ascertain a degree of conformity with established policies, work standards and procedural directives that ensured subsistence items storage and other materials objectives were met.

Spearheaded the Pizza for Patriots initiative for deployed Soldiers in Iraq; developed a distribution plan that provided over 15K service members with homemade pizzas

Selected to supervise and coordinate supply activities as the Supply Supervisor over 3 other senior ranking members of the section; maintaining $2M worth of equipment with no losses

Assisted Forward Deployed Quartermaster Soldiers by providing direct Class I (Food Ration) support to over 77K personnel with a staff of 11 Soldiers.

Received, stored, inventoried and issued over $31M worth of rations; reviewed and verified quantities against bill of purchase

Analyzed the usage, lead times and order quantities to ensure the efficient use of rations

Performed routine audits and created reports for discrepancies and took corrective actions to maintain 98% inventory accuracy

Accounted for over $900K worth of Standard Army Management Information System equipment with no losses or damages

JANUARY 2006– JUNE 2007

MATERIEL MANAGEMENT TEAM LEADER, UNITED STATES ARMY Supervised the daily operations and maintenance for the Automation Management Office and Standard Army Maintenance Systems. Monitored Standard Army Management Information Systems hardware and software troubleshooting.

Guided research in integrating Standard Army Maintenance System Enhance with legacy Standard Army Management Information System to over 205 Unit Identification Codes

(UIC)

Set up Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT); resulted in capability to construct the first Reset Program in record time

Initiated the movement of over 500 pieces of equipment to new office space with zero losses or damages

Reduced unit and system downtime by 50% through quick and accurate troubleshooting EDUCATION

OCTOBER 2017

CERTIFIED LOGISTICS ENGINEER BY THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINE, FORT BRAGG ARMY CONTINUING EDUCATION SYSTEM

MAY 2014

LEAN SIX SIGMA YELLOW BELT CERTIFIED, USARCENT, 1ST TSC, UNITED STATES ARMY

MARCH 2012

DEMONSTRATED SENIOR LOGISTICIAN, ARMY LOGISTICS UNIVERSITY 4

MARCH 2004

GENERAL STUDIES, 83 CREDITS HOURS, CAMERON UNIVERSITY SKILLS

Demonstrated the ability to lead and manage

people and projects

Effective communication and interpersonal

skills

Possesses excellent problem solving and are

very self disciplined and motivated

Possesses excellent knowledge of Army

STAMIS and supply operations

MILITARY TRAINING

Basic Instructor Training

Master Driver Trainer

Supervisory Development

Manager Development

Action Officer Development

Senior Leader Course

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Global Combat Support System Army (GCSS A)

Materiel Management Level I & II (MM)

Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS)

Standard Army Maintenance System Enhance

(SAMS E)

Logistic Support Activity (LOGSA)

Logistic Information Warehouse (LIW)

MAXIMO

SELECT AWARDS

Bronze Star Medal

Meritorious Service Medal (2nd Award)

President’s Volunteer Service Award (2nd Award)



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