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Employee Relations Driver

Location:
Dallas, TX
Posted:
March 27, 2019

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Lonnie Felton

***-*** **** ******* ****.

Irving, TX 75039

254-***-****

ac8xc3@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

Dedicated Human Resources candidate focused on developing efficient process using knowledge of recruiting, employee relations, training and development and auditing. Highly efficient and well established in administrative environments that are fast-paced and challenging. Currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, expected to graduate fall of 2019.

Highlights

New employee orientation HR policies and procedures expertise

Employee Relations and Diversity Staff training and development

Human resources audits Employment tax knowledge

Maintains confidentiality Problem analysis and resolution

Client/Vendor relations Organized

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office Suite (Access, Excel, Quick Books, PowerPoint, Word, Project), Adobe Acrobat, PeopleSoft, Business Objects and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)

Experience

Matheson Tri Gas – Logistics Coordinator – March 2017 – Current

Answer daily incoming customer service calls explaining and/or updating drivers with delivery policies of natural gasses.

Serves as a link between leadership, management and employees by answering questions, communicating decisions and helping to resolve work related matters

Help keep employees and drivers in compliance with policy and procedures as well as current laws.

Advises managers on organizational policy matters and recommends resolutions

Works closely with Finance and IT departments on a daily basis

Assisted in employee hiring

Bridger Logistics LLC – Logistics Coordinator/Dispatch Analyst – September 2014 – October 2016

Worked with senior management to create HR policies and procedures, recruit employees, create group benefits databases, and develop orientation, training, and incentive programs.

Developed teambuilding programs while writing personnel manuals, job descriptions, and management reports.

Monitored all transportation operations, including quality controls, to ensure transportation services met contract obligations as well as local and national government regulatory requirements.

Researched daily routes for over 520 company drivers and owner operators completing over 3000 loads per week to determine the most efficient route to facilitate the required loads of oil from our well sites to the area stations.

Supervised daily load requirements and drivers from each station as well as assigned daily work load to each driver spanning 7 states.

Personally determined the course of action to resolve the occurrence in the event of a driver emergency encompassing all areas from an oil release to a driver accident.

Managed a daily spreadsheet of all driver occurrences as well as the solution that was provided for the driver to complete his daily hauling goals.

Responsible for training all dispatch teams as well as ensuring they had all the tools to be successful in their positions.

Ensured all daily reports of loads and shortfalls were reported to higher management for further action.

Responsible for mileage data entry of each driver to ensure accurate and timely reports for accounting department.

TUV Rheinland-North America – Safety Specialist/Asset Coordinator - June 2014 – September 2014

Worked with senior management to recruit employees and develop orientation, training, and incentive programs

Monitored all transportation operations, including quality controls, to ensure transportation services met contract obligations as well as local and national government regulatory requirements.

Conduct orientation for over 50 newly hired drivers weekly, consisting of class room instruction, road testing, and skills evaluation.

Demonstrate DOT pre-trip inspections and hold class with new drivers to ensure their capability to perform a proper inspection in compliance with DOT regulations.

Responsible for investigations of accidents as well as conducting accident reviews and submitting information to corporate for the disposition that the driver will receive.

Conduct hazard avoidance training classes and oversee driver training using the L3 Simulator Systems.

Coordinate all safety related functions in AS400 system in compliance with company regulations to ensure driver compliance.

Ensure students are enrolled in Computer Based Training courses that are required for their positions to ensure their education and safety.

Class A CDL as well as diverse knowledge of DOT regulations and trucking operations.

Personally responsible for the procurement as well as assignment of operators to new tractors in excess of $4M monthly.

Responsible for forecasting the required amount of new tractors day to day for our fleet of over 9,000 continuously rotated tractors.

Marine Corps Logistics Command – Distribution Management - May 2013 – May 2014

Worked with senior management to recruit employees and develop orientation, training, and incentive programs.

Controlled, coordinated, directed and ensured the effective daily use of transportation and material handling equipment (MHE) support requirements consisting of 8 drivers and 3 MHE operators.

Provided guidance, direction and management to over 40 personnel who perform a wide range of transportation, logistics and distribution activities required to support the movement of cargo via all modes and conveyances.

Supervised contracted stevedores and government labor efforts.

Supervised all booking of carriers through the CMOS and AMS booking systems.

Coordinated with commercial carriers to ensure on time pick-ups and deliveries.

Supervised the daily operations of warehousing activities and receiving point operations.

Supervised and prioritized the efforts of carpentry personnel in regards to packaging, crating, blocking, and bracing.

Responsible for the accountability and use of all 20’ and 40’ containers totaling over 100 on hand.

Managed the facilities and maintenance service requests.

Reviewed and signed shippers’ declaration of hazardous materials documentation, certifying hazardous cargo for shipment.

Responsible for overall quality assurance between the United States Marine Corps and contracted personnel.

Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc – Traffic Management Expeditor Lead Corporal - October 2012 – May 2013

Worked with senior management to recruit employees and develop orientation, training, and incentive programs.

Prepared and finalized over 132,200 Lbs. of general cargo for shipment via commercial air and vessel.

Managed databases and preparation of over 200 shipments using specialized computer programs. Provided training, guidance and set policies for over 20 logistics personnel.

Coordinated wash rack and agricultural/customs clearances for all shipments.

Identified hazardous materials; ensuring proper packaging and documentation for over 1000 pieces of cargo.

Scheduled operators and equipment daily to meet mission requirements.

Routinely delivered palletized cargo and proper documentation to personnel at the flight line; maintaining a continuous professional relationship.

Managed warehouse inventories which ensured 100% accountability.

Marine Corps Logistics Command – Distribution Management Specialist – May 2006 – October 2012

Supervised contracted stevedores and government labor efforts.

Held embarkation inspections for data accuracy and logistical readiness.

Responsible for the proper segregation and stowage of hazardous materials.

Coordinated transportation requests for general and hazardous cargo.

Analyzed logistical requirements, producing the documents necessary to stage hundreds of freight containers.

Revised and implemented new processes and procedures, streamlining and improving the supply requisitions, acquisitions and accountability functions; resulting in excelled efficiency and overall improved quality assurance.

Awards/Certifications

Currently possess an active Secret Security Clearance

Awards: Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2), Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal (3), National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal (W/1 Star), Global War On Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Sea Service, Deployment Ribbon (3), NATO Medal-ISAF Afghanistan, Certificate Of Commendation (Individual Award)

Certifications: Hazardous Material Handling and Preparer, Air Deployment Planning, Defense Travel Management, Intermodal Dry Cargo Container/CSC Re-Inspection, Defense Travel Regulation 4500.9-R, AF-MAN 24-204(I)

Education

C.E. Ellison High School – Killeen, TX – 2002

Marine Corps Non-Commissioned Officer Sergeants’ Course – Camp Pendleton, CA - 2011

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