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Management Manager

Location:
Nokesville, Virginia, 20181, United States
Posted:
March 28, 2019

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Antonnio D. Wright

***** ********* **** **********, ** 20181 Telephone: 904-***-**** E-Mail Address: ac8xoe@r.postjobfree.com

TOP SECRET CLEARANCE; TS/SCI Security Clearance with CI Poly

PROFILE

Accomplished Logistician with expertise in transportation, logistics management, and inventory control. Record of demonstrating sound judgment and using critical and creative thinking to resolve organizational issues. Committed to self-improvement and organizational growth. Experienced in logistics management air/missile defense weapon system projects/programs. Skilled in integration of separate logistics functions. Working knowledge of the Army supply and maintenance, system programming and allocation, funding documents and materiel acquisition policies. Monitored, reviewed, and inducted transactions to ensure affecting requirements. Monitored and Reviewed Contract Requirements Packages. Able to lead groups of employees on aviation sustainment issues, providing oversight of supply operations and inventory management for secondary items. Competency to provide functional support to various strategic work groups that are involved with planning and executing effective and affordable logistics strategies. Developed and integrated business process re-engineering programs across multiple organizational boundaries that support the end-to-end supply chain, designed to optimize readiness and improve life-cycle logistics cost affordability. Assessed causes and methods to resolve problem areas or policy impediments, which affect logistics management processes inclusive of supply chain agility and responsiveness. Developed practical, reliable and cost-effective recommendations to achieve optimum solutions, to include integration of automated management tools and evolving technologies. Effectively advised leadership on the impact of current and future environmental changes, including reduced resources and changing missions.

EXPERIENCE

VISTA TSI November 2018 – March 2019

Director of Operations/Country Lead, Bagram Airfield, AFG

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Serve as the principal representative with the National Geospatial Agency (NGA) and other government customers

●Directly supervise a team to administer billeting and facility management, as well as custodial services, transportation, warehouse, armory, aircraft, and transportation services

●Coordinate required reports tracking personnel and equipment that travel across Central Command (CENTCOM) area of responsibility (AOR)

●Hold full accountability for the transportation of all government and contracting personnel and cargo to aid with the Intelligence Community (IC) mission in Afghanistan and Kuwait

●Steer efforts in developing and administering OCONUS budget; managing all purchasing processes; and conducting accurate record maintenance of financial transactions

●Actively interact with information technology staff; Maintenance, Construction, and Planning teams; and companies’ Leadership Team

●Implement company data systems administration, as well as employee records, workers’ schedules, and supply and asset inventory tracking

●Provide strategic oversight on multiple construction projects for the enhancement of OCONUS operations of the IC environment

●Function effectively as principle purchaser of transportation equipment for NGA

●Maintained active collaboration with NGA in transporting imagery systems, from CONUS to OCONUS, that required a multifaceted transport strategy to secure complete, on-time, and safe arrival

PARATUSEC March 2018 – November 2018

DLA Consultant, J6 Research and Development, Ft Belvoir, VA

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●In collaboration with Program Management, support R&D product development from cradle to grave

●Add value to Senior Leadership thru preparation of executive level General Officer/Flag Officer briefing presentations

●Process improvement, communicating performance measures and developing joint improvement initiatives

●Financial reporting

●Responsible for the development, and sustainment of Standard Operating Procedures

●Develop and maintain task tracker in support of Standard Operating Procedures development

●Engage across DLA staff at all levels to organize, develop, and lead staff-wide teaming efforts

United States Army Reserve December 2017 – Present

Deputy Support Operations Officer 55th Sustainment Brigade, Ft Belvoir, VA

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Assist with planning, preparation, and command and control of all sustainment/support operations for the 55th SSB

●Support a brigade consisting of 750 Soldiers and civilians, 250 vehicles, major weapons systems, and compartments

●Responsible for planning fuel and water operations, mortuary affairs transfer point operations, overseeing material management processes, synchronizing the support operations staff during the mission analysis and concept of support development process for major operations, developing and overseeing brigade training for Soldiers.

United States Army January 2013 – December 2017

Current Operations Officer HQDA G-4, Pentagon, Washington D.C.

October 2015 – December 2017

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Serving as Current Operations Officer for the HQDA G-4, Operations, Plans and Distribution, with duty in the G-4 Logistics Operations Center.

●Maintain global strategic situational awareness of Army logistics equities; integrates, coordinates and synchronizes current G-4 Directorate efforts in achieving force generation and sustainment.

●Function as the global hemisphere subject-matter-expert for logistics issues to inform senior leaders' decisions.

●Oversee and manage G-4 continuity of operations during exercises and in times of crisis.

●Conduct in-progress reviews and facilitates operational planning team meetings to synchronize G-4 and other Army organizations to support current Army logistics initiatives.

●Prepare and present executive level logistics briefings to the Senior Army leadership.

●Extensive Project Management skills.

●Task Management Tracking (TMT).

●Compute sustainment requirements utilizing Demand Planning, Material Requirements Planning, other Logistics Management Planning tools and databases.

●Initiate Purchase Requests and establish overhaul/repair programs and/or changes to support secondary item requirements forecast.

●Compute disposal decision in inventory management of secondary items.

●Initiate urgent/expedite documentation and actions to meet critical requirements.

●Interpret LMP data to process necessary transactions to fill customer requirements.

●Manage material database and take required actions to maintain accurate data, codes, etc.

●Monitor material supply posture to identify a requirement for replenishment and/or corrective actions.

●Evaluate historical trends in weapon systems performance for secondary items to assist in determining future sustainment actions.

●Monitor secondary items demands within Logistics Management Programs (LMP) to execute timely sustainment actions

Joint Mobility Operations Officer, USTRANSCOM, Scott AFB, IL

December 2014 – September 2015

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Managed all aspects of transportation planning and support to US Central Command, US European Command, US Africa Command and US Special Operations Command.

●Provided worldwide mobility sustainment support via airlift, sealift and surface transportation analysis and planning for movement of personnel, unit equipment and sustainment requirements supporting contingency operations and planning.

●Oversaw current operations analysis, monitoring, reporting and production of daily current operations reports. Manage Foreign Military Sales (FMS) logistics program that involves continual development, planning, coordination, and implementation.

●Provided cost estimates, transportation courses of action and prioritizes cases, coordinating with the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, Army Material Command, Joint Munitions Command, Military Sea Lift Command, Surface Deployment and Distribution Command, and Combatant Commands through formal contracts or agreements between the U.S. government and the authorized foreign purchaser.

●Managed the development, review, analysis, and transportation feasibility for 157 sustainment channels supporting Geographic Combatant Commands.

●Led and conducted crisis action and adaptive operational planning for J3-East Division.

●Primarily responsible for planning and monitoring all retrograde cargo routes transiting Afghanistan by surface, air, and multi-modal.

●Communicated efficiently with all levels of Army.

●Familiar with the use of Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) applications to analyze, evaluate, and report on complex programs and major problems associated with Enterprise Applications.

●Utilized automated depot maintenance systems to conduct operational analyses of complex programs and major problems associated with Enterprise Applications such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), Enterprise Central Component (ECC), and Complex Assembly Manufacturing Solution (CAMS).

●Established Systems Application Products (SAP) interface processes, policies, procedures to coincide with new ERP Enterprise Applications.

●Developed corresponding depot maintenance system policies and operational guidance to coincide with new ERP Enterprise Applications.

●Utilized (ERP) commercial model to modify, adapt, and/or refine broad guidelines.

●Performed process improvement initiatives to include management improvement objectives, cost reductions, develop studies on Enterprise Applications and/or lead special projects to identify operational process requirements or problem solving, applicable to ERP applications and/or automated depot maintenance systems.

Plans Officer 595th Transportation Brigade, Camp Arifjan, KUW

January 2014 – November 2014

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Functioned in many capacities to include: Battalion S4 OIC, Safety OIC, Contracting Officer Representative, Brigade XO

●Liaison to 1TSC for various projects to include Theater Sustainment Reset

●Utilized USAR freight management programs for Transportation Management to include Global Freight Management (GFM), Joint Operational Planning and Execution System (JOPES) and Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES)

●Utilized SDDC ETA (Electronic Transportation Acquisition) applications to include Pipeline Asset Tool (PAT), Container Management Module (CMM), Carrier In-transit Visibility (CITV), Integrated Booking System (IBS), and Integrated Mission Support of Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (ISDDC)

●Used automated tools such as Carrier In-transit Visibility (CITV) to pull transportation information from various sources.

●Utilized Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES) as in-transit visibility tool for full accountability of transported cargo.

●Tasked to provide mission command of all Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) elements operating within Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, U.A.E. and Oman

●Advised the command on all supply functions as well as manage accounts payable

●Acted as Contracting Officer Representative for LOGCAP IV contracts in excess of 9 million dollars

●Provided budget management for the battalion

●Managed 2.4 million dollars in government equipment as well as a non-tactical vehicle fleet of 29 vehicles

Detachment Commander 831st Transportation Battalion, Mazar-E Sharif, AFG

March 2013 – December 2013

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Led and supervised a staff of 28 in transportation logistics, executing cargo movements and completing appropriate documentation during Operation Enduring Freedom

●Served as Property Book Manager accounting for property in excess of $25K maintaining 100% accountability

●Saved over $480K by evaluating and eliminating detention costs for carrier-owned containers.

●Earned zero accidents, perfect safety record by implementing Composite Risk Management controls and supervision.

●Responsible for all export shipment of unit, sustainment, and retrograde equipment originating in the CENTCOM AOR.

●Assigned work to subordinates based on priorities, difficulty of assignments, and the capabilities of employees.

●Coordinated and provided technical advice, direction, and guidance to various military services and organizations and commercial carriers, Government/Non-Government agencies on the transportation related issues

●Oversaw and monitored all freight, cargo, and material shipments to ensure efficiency and accuracy of logistical operations along with accountability of all cargo within Area of Responsibility.

●Monitored the accurate preparation and completion of all required transportation movement documents and forms. Monitored and evaluated movement schedules and in-transit visibility programs, communicating current status.

●Utilize USAR freight management programs for Transportation Management to include Global Freight Management (GFM), Joint Operational Planning and Execution System (JOPES) and Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES)

●Utilized SDDC ETA (Electronic Transportation Acquisition) applications to include Pipeline Asset Tool (PAT), Container Management Module (CMM), Carrier In-transit Visibility (CITV), Integrated Booking System (IBS), and Integrated Mission Support of Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (ISDDC)

●Used automated tools such as Carrier In-transit Visibility (CITV) to pull transportation information from various sources.

●Utilized Global Air Transportation Execution System (GATES) as in-transit visibility tool for full accountability of transported cargo.

CSX Transportation, February 1998 – March 2013

Specialist Customer Operations, Jacksonville, FL

February 1998 – April 2002 & April 2010 – January 2013

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Call center operations.

●Developed relationships to understand customer needs and business changes keeping them abreast of pricing trends and industry changes

●Tracked customer commodities on CSX network utilizing proprietary programs.

●Maintained CSX equipment location and inventory status within the company database.

●Issued shipping documents consisting of freight bills, manifests and hazard documentation.

●Processed customer railcar requests determining optimal terms, rates and freight class.

Assistant Manager Passenger Operations, Jacksonville, FL

April 2002 – April 2010

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Collaborated with AMTRAK and various commuter agencies (MARC, Tri-Rail, VRE, and MBTA).

●Negotiated resolutions to reconcile crew, equipment and document reporting discrepancies for partner rail agencies on CSX lines.

●Communicated movement delays and system issues with both internal and external stakeholders.

●Maintained on-time commuter performance through coordination with division and network

personnel.

●Generated daily performance reports containing quantitative and qualitative data leading to the mitigation of commuter delays.

●Oversaw equipment and personnel usage from CSX to commuter agencies in the event of emergencies, this consisted of insuring transport for personnel and equipment to desired location for drop off and pickup.

●Coordinated with local emergency departments in the case of illness or unforeseen disruptions.

Army National Guard/Reserves October 2007 – January 2013

Plans Officer 927th CSSB, Camp Blanding, FL

October 2007 – June 2009 and August 2010 – January 2013

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Designed and executed strategies and plans to meet short-term and long-term operations requirements.

●Supported quality control monitoring and reporting on: compliance with Proof of Principle’s (POPs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), directives, and work instructions.

●Planned, managed, analyzed, and coordinated current and future logistics support requirements in the, property accountability, movement, and transportation areas

●Served as Contracting Officer Representative, evaluating contracts and contractor performance to ensure compliance with government requirements regarding schedule and cost.

●Reported analysis and recommendation to senior management

●Supervised operations at the State Logistics Resource Center, warehouse operations and inventory control.

●Tracked items entering and exiting the warehouse during times of crisis ensuring proper inventory and accountability.

●Tracked vehicles and commodities utilizing Blue Force Tracker.

Commander 631st Maintenance Company, Starke, FL

June 2009 – August 2010

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Led and supervised 56 Soldiers and staff

●Accountable for vehicles, equipment and resources in excess of 15 million dollars

●Assigned work to subordinates based on priorities, difficulty of assignments, and the capabilities of employees

●Oversaw training and ensuring the unit was fully mission capable

●Provided oversight of armory renovations ensuring the contract and budgets were adhered to and all supplier contracts were complete and properly executed

●Accountable for armory rental regulations and accounts receivable

●Utilized Property Book Unit Supply Enhancement (PBUSE)

United States Navy February 2003 – October 2007

Assistant Administration Department Head, Jacksonville, FL

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

●Administrative management.

●Personnel management.

●Evaluated and counseled personnel.

●Prepared correspondence, directives and reports.

●Provided oversight for classified material.

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

●Proficient in use of most major computer systems, information systems, spreadsheet applications, graphic and presentation applications, and word processing applications

●Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Products such as, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.

●Analyze system interface between server and hardware such as automated integrated technology (AIT), and applications software to ensure efficient use of computer resources.

●Identify operation process requirements, and hardware and software capabilities.

●Conduct test runs, evaluate run results, consult with users, and refine and revise business processes, programs and systems to conform to output requirements.

●Monitor programs and systems to ensure maintenance of technical accuracy and efficiency.

●Train personnel and provide demonstrations in the field for efficient use of new and enhanced hardware, software, operations manuals and other documentation.

LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS

●Six Sigma Green Belt, Aveta Business Institute, Cranberry Township, PA

Certification: August 2013

●FEMA ICS for single resource

●FEMA Intro to Incident Command Systems

●FEMA Intro to Incident Management Systems

●FEMA Intro to National Response

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND TRAINING

●Logistician, Army Logistics University, United States Army, Fort Lee VA: July 2010

●Officer Candidate School, United States Navy, Pensacola, FL: May 2003

RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND QUALIFICATIONS

●Ability to perform as an expert logistics management specialist for aviation and missile systems; specified logistics mission areas; and other designated logistics program/initiatives.

●Able to lead and provide functional support to various strategic work groups that are involved with planning and executing effective and affordable logistic strategies.

●Developed and integrated business process re-engineering programs across multiple organizational boundaries that support the end-to-end supply chain, designed to optimize readiness and improve life-cycle logistics cost affordability.

●Skilled in oral and written communication.

●Knowledge of and ability to apply a variety of analytical methods and techniques to unique and complex logistics matter and work processes to ensure mission objectives are accomplished

●Experienced with Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) applications to analyze, evaluate and report on complex programs and major problems associated with Enterprise Applications.

●Able to identify operational process requirements, to include hardware and software capabilities.

●Adapt with analytical techniques and evaluation criteria for the measurement and improvement of maintenance ERP programs sufficient to support the development of new and modified systems and other ERP initiatives.

●Skilled in conducting detailed analyses of complex maintenance business processes and functions, work processes and workloads pertaining to enterprise resource planning (ERP) initiatives.

●Experienced in leading teams, developing technical objectives, and conducting data-driven analysis to facilitate achieving Army organic industrial base objectives.

●Knowledge of, and experienced in, complying with DoD and Army maintenance policy and regulatory guidance governing or applicable to depot level maintenance operations.

●Skilled in assessing program/project scope of work, recommending logic-based decisions to influence the revision, alteration, adjustment, and change in courses of action to assure overall programmatic requirements and objectives are met.

●Proficiency in providing government–to-government and government-to-industry interface and managing customer-provider expectations.

●Experienced in working with Army (and other Governmental agency) Depot staffs, PEO/PM staffs, matrix support personnel, and contractor personnel to determine status of program, budgets, costs, schedules, and accomplishments, and taking appropriate actions to correct deficiencies and improve status.

●Ability to manage resources efficiently.

●Ability to perform functions of an Item Manager on secondary items.

●Ability to monitor supply readiness.

●Knowledgeable of Enterprise Resources Planning.

●Working knowledge of Policies and Procedures.

●Knowledgeable of program /project management practices.

●Skilled in developing and executing plans and strategies.

●Skilled in presenting information through all formats.

●Ability to assess organizational and functional performance.

EDUCATION

Master of Science, Accounting – Accounting Information Systems, Strayer University, Jacksonville, FL

Graduation: October 2011, 3.7 GPA

Master of Science, Business Administration (MBA), Walden University, Minneapolis, MN

Graduation: November 2007, 3.8 GPA

Bachelor of Science, E-Business, University of Phoenix, Jacksonville, FL

Graduation: October 2002, 3.46 GPA



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