Motor transport operator with demonstrated success in operating light, medium and heavy motor vehicles
over a variety of terrains and while pulling trailers. Operated material handling equipment such as forklifts to load and unload cargo onto a variety of platforms and securing these cargos utilizing proper straps, chains and binders. Qualified in the use of golf carts, ATV’s and skilled in the maintenance of motor vehicles.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Six years as a licensed operator of vehicles in excess of 30,000 pounds.
Two years demonstrated experience in operating forklifts and other material handling equipment.
Over twenty years safely driving commercial vehicles in urban and rural areas.
Over twenty years implementing the Smith System of defensive driving.
Over twenty years of experience performing routine vehicle maintenance as directed by automotive guidelines.
NCOIC (Non Commissioned Officer in Charge) of motor-pool operations responsible for over a million dollars of equipment and 30 personnel.
Awarded second Army Commendation Medal for accurate processing of cargo movement requests in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Awarded first Army Commendation Medal for successful completion of over 300 combat logistics missions in Iraq during Operation New Dawn.
Completed courses in Transportation of hazardous materials and Risk management.
Over 10 years of safe driving.
Motor-pool Supervisor United States Army – Kingsville, TX NOV 2008 - PRESENT
Conduct monthly convoy operations to include dispatching of vehicles and personnel in accordance with Department of Defense and United States Army guidelines.
Perform operator level maintenance of vehicles with the use of appropriate technical manuals.
Updated vehicle dispatch logs, maintenance logs and driver hours for over 30 personnel.
Maintain appearance of facility and motor pool using dedicated tools and equipment.
Responsible for over 1.25 million dollars of assets.
Processed 2800 containers valued at over 96 million dollars in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Supervisor of the Information Management Team responsible for the tracking of all cargo movement request for commercial carriers through the Southwest Asia area of responsibility.
Segregated, stored and coordinated the call forward movement of 460 hazardous material containers and facilitated completion of transportation of cargo ahead of schedule and saving over or about two million dollars.
Delivery Driver UPS - Corpus Christi, TX SEP 1991 – FEB 2016
Daily delivery of over 120 stops and in excess of over 275 packages.
Required to lift up to 150 pounds using provided carrying aides such as a dolly or rollers.
Follow established route to delivery area making route adjustments as dictated by weather and traffic conditions.
Adjust route on a daily basis to facilitate the safe and accurate delivery packages to both commercial and residential customers.
Conducted daily inspections of vehicle to ensure the safe transportation of cargo.
Utilized the companies driving policies to ensure safe operation of vehicle in traffic.
Established a safe and efficient manner of pickup and delivery of cargo to over 11 companies.
Completed daily vehicle maintenance log to annotate deficiencies.
Six years as a warehouse employee loading packages into trailers utilizing blocking, bracing techniques and using straps and other load securing devices in accordance with company policies.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
General Studies (24 Credit hours) Del Mar College Corpus Christi, TX
High School Diploma Mary Carroll High School Corpus Christi, TX 1990
Hazardous Materials Handlers and Safety Course Baton Rouge, LA 2012 U.S. Army Motor Transportation School Ft. Eustis, VA 2010