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Manager Management

Location:
Marcellus, Michigan, 49067, United States
Salary:
Open
Posted:
December 30, 2015

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Clayton P. Chapman

acsyj9@r.postjobfree.com

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Three Rivers, MI 49093

Home: 269-***-**** Cell: 586-***-****

Summary of Qualifications

Over 30 years Supply Logistic Experience Active Secret Clearance Willing to Travel

Self-Motivated Valid Passport Excellent Work Ethic Life-long Learner

Education

BA of Arts - Transportation and Logistics (06/2015)

International Honor Society in Business, Management, and Administration – Sigma Beta Delta (08/31/2014)

University of New York, Regents – Associates Degree in Science (1998)

Experiences:

American Axle Manufacturing Nov 14 to Nov 15

Material Supervisor

Maintain a safe and productive workplace while leading a team of 18 to 25 Union hourly associates.

Responsible for the effective use of personnel, materials and equipment within department.

Supervises associates involved with shipping and receiving, plant build schedules and movement of material.

Provide associates with inspiration, direction and coaching to achieve work objectives.

Develop team members to become self-sufficient with regard to completing their work responsibilities effectively.

Promote, maintain, and develop lean manufacturing practices.

Tolliver Group

Technical Writer Jun 13 to Feb 14

Responsible for the writing of Technical Manuals, Bulletins using Repair Parts and Special Tool List (RPSTL), and rewriting the Hydrema Manual for the Mine Rolling Vehicle to USA standards.

Performed reviews of Logistics products for such items as: Technical accuracy and Adherence.

Responsible for performing pre and post-printed reviews for certification of publications.

Reason for leaving – Contract completed.

General Dynamics Land Systems Oct 12 to Mar 13 Logistics Quality Engineer:

Responsible for the overall review of Technical Manuals, Bulletins, National Maintenance Work Requirements (NMWRs), Modification Work Orders (MWOs), Schematic Publications, and Repair Parts and Special Tool List (RPSTL) of 10 new military vehicles.

Created Publications to ensure contractual obligations met, and a quality document was delivered.

Performed reviews of Logistics products for such items as: Technical accuracy and Adherence.

Responsible for performing pre and post-printed reviews for certification of publications.

Reason for leaving – Contract completed.

PD Systems, Inc. August 11 to Oct 12

Lead Logistician for TACOM’s Program Manager

Improvised Explosive Device/Defeat-Protect Force dealing with equipment and supplies for 8 sites in Afghanistan, 1 site in Iraq, 1 site in Kuwait and 6 State Side Locations – IN, MI, MN, MS, VA, and WI.

Ordered office supplies, uniforms, and equipment to support Non-Army Managed Items (NAMI) and to support the missions for the military.

Fielded and managed equipment and supplies using the standardized forms in excess of $10 Million.

Coordinated Proof of Delivery and Material Follow-Up Status for shipments of equipment overseas.

Responsible for training on annual safety requirements, morale, and welfare of over 125 employees.

Reason for leaving – Contract completed.

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) Feb 09 to Mar 11

Senior Logistics Analyst for Two Level Maintenance (TLM)

Team Lead for Team 6 for TLM dealing with the LSAR-001, LSAR-004, Repair Parts Special Tools List, (RPSTL), Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC) to include Quality/Control of Maintenance Allocation Chart, Functional Group Code, Component Assembly, Maintenance Function Group, Times in Man Minutes, Tools and Equipment, Remarks Code, Task Codes, Elapsed Task Times, SSC/MOS, and Task Frequencies for the CCSS report.

Worked with the Provisionary and Data Entry Personal combining all reports to ensure the information matched the Technical Manuals.

Reason for leaving – Contract completed.

Senior Supply Sergeant March 07 to Jan 09

Senior Supply Sergeant for the Project Manager

Responsible for the life cycle management of the next generation Ground Combat and Combat Support Vehicles, unmanned ground and air vehicles and the Network.

Served as the Supply Subject Matter Expert for the Logistics Product Integrated Products Team and the Logistics Decision Support System (LDSS); worth approximately $200 Million.

Ensured supply and maintenance management systems are captured in the design; interfaces with the Lead Systems Integrator and subcontractor community for development of logistics software to perform on-vehicle automated supply management tasks that was directly integrated with the Army Logistics Enterprise Systems.

Fielded the FCS sites around the globe with equipment, supplies, and hand receipts for accountability.

Lead Action Officer for the SUG-V Sensor display with the Association of the United States Army (AUSA).

Reason for leaving – Retired from Military.

Senior Supply Manager Feb 05 to Jan 07

32nd Corps Area Signal Battalion

Forward deployed with 22nd Signal Brigade, V Corps, United States Army Europe (USAREUR) and Net Communications (NETCOM).

Served as a Logistics Management Specialist with responsibility for developing/coordinating logistics supply plans for 5 Companies.

Managed, planned, scheduled and supervised work of six Soldiers (92Y-Logistics; 92F-Petroleum) for training and training devices, support equipment and TMDE, MTOE, CIF, supply support weapons support, technical data, packaging, handling and storage, transportation and transportability.

Maintained property accountability for over $55 Million of equipment, distribution, and hand receipts for 520 Soldiers in 5 separate companies. Coordinated transportation of $3.7 Million of materials and resources to foreign countries in support of higher command.

Advised the senior leadership on all supply day-today issues. Used PBUSE for all Classes of Supply, Single Stock Fund (SSF) and Basic Load Ammunition. Fielded five Supply Companies with equipment, ammo, military vehicles, supplies, etc.

Coordinated and followed up on Proof of Delivery, and material follow up status for shipments of equipment overseas.

Reason for leaving – PCSed to TACOM, Warren, MI.

Senior Logistics Inspector June 00 to Jan 05

Command Maintenance Evaluation Team (COMET)

Performed duties as a Supply Logistical Inspector/Instructor for the Command Maintenance Team (COMET) for unit supply rooms.

Briefed company, battalion, and brigade commanders and general officers on current Supply Logistical trends of Ft. Lewis, WA units.

Assisted and instructed individuals and groups on correct procedures for supply room operations at unit levels.

Maintained a technical library for communication equipment for daily operations and assisted in conducting random supply room and roadside vehicle inspections.

Ensure strict compliance with federal and state policies and regulations

Developed policies and procedures to increase velocity of performance standards without sacrificing safety

Responsible for the maintenance and servicing of over 150 pieces of assigned equipment

Motivated and inspired those around me to safely perform their duties and responsibilities

Mentored, educated and trained subordinates to perform duties at the next higher pay-grade to provide them with the tools needed to get promoted

Hands on leader that leads from the front and sets expectations to those under my authority

Helped several subordinates receive promotions to the next higher pay-grade ahead of standard guidelines

Supervised employees performing routine and scheduled maintenance activities at all levels

Built teams that excelled above expectations

Reason for leaving – PCSed to Germany and Iraq.

Civilian Education Continued

Dale Carnegie – Leadership Training for Managers; Effective Communications & Human Relations (2012)

Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Life Cycle Logistics (Level I & II) (2007/8)

Military Education

Department of the Army – Intermodal Dry Cargo Container/CSC Re-Inspection (2006)

U.S. Army - ANCOC – Advanced Non-Commissioned Officers Course (2005)

U.S. Army – USAREUR & 7th Army – TAMIS-R/Ammunition Management (2005)

U.S. Army – Unit Level Logistic System S-4/ULLS-S4) (2001)

Department of the Army-Military Customs Inspector (1998)

The Army Institute for Professional Development – Defense Distribution Management Center (1998)

U.S. Army – Logistics Management College – Hazardous Materials Handling (1996)

U.S. Army – Logistics Management College – Packaging & Handling of Electro-Static Discharge Sensitive Items (1996)

U.S. Army – BNCOC – Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Course (1994)

Security Clearance

Active Secret

Logistical Awards

U.S. Army Quarter Master, Supply Logistical Field - The Honorable Order of Saint Martin Bronze Medal (2002): Awarded for demonstration of the highest standards of integrity and moral character and display of outstanding degree of professional competence.

U.S. Air Force OMAHA Trophy Award (1986): Awarded for demonstration of the highest standards of logistical performance, meritorious achievement, safety, community and humanitarian involvement.



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