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Logistcis, Management, Training

Location:
Columbus, GA
Salary:
$35,000-$40,000
Posted:
April 12, 2016

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Eric L Martin

** ********* *****, ****** **** AL 36869

Home: 706-***-**** - acub01@r.postjobfree.com

Summary

Award-winning Security Specialist with 13+ years' experience managing transportation and logistics for US military. Resourceful professional with a proven history of providing strong leadership and developing dynamic teams. Knowledgeable in all operational aspects of fleet management, budget administration, quality assurance, inventory control, and customer service. Demonstrated ability to cultivate collaborative culture which motivates staff initiative to drive company growth. Highlights

Strategic planning Operations management

Customer-focused approach Curriculum development and assessment Training methodologies Personnel management

Complex problem solving MS Office Suite

Sound judgment Secret Security Clearance

Army Instructor Qualified

Accomplishments

Developed Programs of Instruction for 10K Atlas Forklift, certifying 300 students in safe equipment operation. Selected from pool of 14 senior Non-Commissioned Officers to serve as Platoon Sergeant. Maintained personal responsibility for over $7 million of command equipment, amassing zero deficiencies, losses, or damages.

Held 100% accountability for diverse equipment set worth over $16 million during multiple overseas deployments. Expanded multi-lateral relations with Iraq and Afghanistan to strengthen partnership and enhance security. Promoted to Senior Training and Development Specialist after 4 months' employment in recognition of exemplary performance at Tier 1 Security Site.

Work Experience

Freight Conductor

January 2015 to Current

CSX RAILROAD - Dothan, AL

Assist and instruct train crews to quickly and repeatedly make precise adjustments in moving the controls of a machine or vehicle to exact positions

coordinates the daily activities of train crews to ensure mission is successfully carried out and executed. Maintain awareness of surrounding area and suspicious activity to ensure rail safety Maintain compliance with all train orders, signals, and railroad rules and regulations and operate locomotive equipment through the use of remote control device

Senior Training and Development Specialist

March 2012 to March 2014

RAYTHEON TECHNICAL SERVICES - Wardak/Kabul, Afghanistan Deliver high-level training to enlisted senior leadership in Afghan forces, collaborating with interpreters to deliver lessons and address field questions.

Develop curriculum, training schedule, and learning aids to teach driving practices, basic regulations, traffic control measures, speed control, overall safety, and reporting. Oversee training for students from various Afghan provinces, instructing safe operation of 10K Atlas forklift. Provide hands-on classroom training and individual mentorship to ensure proficiency in all assigned vehicles. Showcase safe and accurate driving techniques while operating Light tactical Vehicles, Up Armor HMMWV, and Medium Tactical Vehicles.

Tier 1 Security Site Supervisor

October 2011 to February 2012

EODT SECURITY CONTRACTOR - Jalalabad, Afghanistan Partner with Afghan National Security to detect and prevent theft, damage, trespassing, and sabotage. Enforce installation's security regulations, exercising tact, courtesy, and authority in all protection duties. Manage vehicle and pedestrian access, conducting traffic stops and verifying identification through verbal questioning and records authentication.

Record visitor information, documenting reason for visit. Inspect contents of commercial and governmental, examining and analyzing containers, personal property, and document to identify potential security risks.

Patrol perimeters, roadways, parking structures, and other high traffic areas, inspecting interiors of shops, storage, facilities, and administrative structures to ensure ongoing security. Platoon Sergeant

August 2008 to August 2011

US ARMY - Fort Benning, Georgia

Oversaw combat readiness training, civilian and military education, and technical and tactical proficiency for 9 Non-Commissioned Officers and 28 soldiers.

Established internal controls and procedures, monitoring enforcement of policy within company. Implemented measures to improve discipline, general welfare, and team morale. Coordinated comprehensive transportation support for 1 ESC, 3 Brigades, 4 Combat Sustainment Support Battalions, 13 Forward Operating Bases, 25 task forces, 2 NATO countries, and local civilians. Managed transport logistics for 10 Palletized Loading Systems (PLS) with 14 trailers, 4 MRAP All-Terrain Vehicles, and 4 MAXXPRO MRAPs valued at over $7 million and supplies moved valued at over $1.8 billion. Assistant Truck Master

June 2006 to August 2008

US ARMY - Fort Benning, Georgia

Provided key transportation support to 3 Brigades, 5 Combat Sustainment Support Battalions, 8 Forward Operating Bases, 18 Task Forces, American citizens, and local nationals. Oversaw ongoing maintenance and repairs for fleet of 32 Heavy Equipment Transporters (HETs) with 44 trailers, 12 5-Ton LMTVs, and 10 FMTVs valued at over $9 million and supplies moved valued at over $11.5 million. Guided internal policy, demonstrating calm under pressure in direction of 12 challenging CLPs throughout the northern region of Iraq.

Team Leader/Squad Leader

November 2003 to June 2006

US ARMY - Fort Benning, Georgia

Established training program to prepare Iraqi Security Forces to operate various wheeled vehicles, including Armored High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV), International 7 Ton Cargo, International 7 Ton w/1200 Gallon POD w/complete, serviceable BII, HMMWVs, and M1025, M1151, and M1152 vehicles. Conducted inspections of training area to enforce compliance with safety policies and ensure adherence to training procedures and environmental regulations established by higher headquarters. Enforced safety procedures to maintain proper standards for weapons firing and target emplacement. Held full accountability for 10 vehicles and various equipment valued at over $1 million. Motor Vehicle Operator/Team Leader

November 1999 to November 2003

US ARMY - Fort Hood, Texas

Drove wheeled vehicles and equipment, navigating varied terrain and roadways to support combat operations. Managed tracking of transported personnel and cargo, ensuring proper cargo loading and securing goods against inclement weather, pilferage, and damage.

Coordinated vehicle recovery and associated repairs, documenting deficiencies and assisting mechanics. Organized convoys and dispatched vehicles as requested, verifying vehicle logbooks to ensure accuracy. Freight Conductor

January 2015 to Current

CSX RAILROAD - Dothan, AL

Assist and instruct train crews to quickly and repeatedly make precise adjustments in moving the controls of a machine or vehicle to exact positions

coordinates the daily activities of train crews to ensure mission is successfully carried out and executed. Maintain awareness of surrounding area and suspicious activity to ensure rail safety Maintain compliance with all train orders, signals, and railroad rules and regulations and operate locomotive equipment through the use of remote control device

Education

Vincennes University - Columbus, GA

35 semester hours

Certified R6 Sigma Specialist

Military Awards

Bronze Star Medal

Army Commendation Medal with Valor

Combat Action Badge

Army Commendation Medal (3)

Army Achievement Medal (4)

Drivers Badge

Army Good Conduct Medal (3)



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