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Manager Operations

Location:
Bedford, Texas, United States
Salary:
58,000
Posted:
October 20, 2016

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CHARLES E. MULLINS

**** ***** **** **.

Arlington, TX 76018

(Home) 817-***-****

email: acw5vq@r.postjobfree.com

TRANSPORTATION/LOGISTICS/MANAGEMENT

Professional career derived in the transportation industry. Strengths include all aspects of operation management in the logistics and supply chain area. Also have experience in the freight carrier industry by working for LTL, truckload and inter-modal freight carriers. Have knowledge and use of SAP with Bell Helicopter and American Eurocopter. Have successfully manage for rapid growth and turnaround success.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

AIRBUS HELICOPTERS, Grand Prairie, TX 2008-PRESENT

Operations Planner (2008-)

Perform activities associated with the planning of resources (material, schedule, off load, sheet metal shop and capacity) required for the completion of new helicopters activities in accordance with the “Customized Network”.

Planner will initiate and create work orders in SAP based on demand.

Manages the material schedule of parts for new helicopters by resolving schedule conflicts with material availability.

Works directly researching and resolving part master issues related to the BOM.

Self motivated individual with the ability to multi task as well as a critical thinker for problem solving at a high level.

BELL HELICOPTER-TEXTRON INCORPORATED (BHTI), Grand Prairie, TX and Ft. Worth, TX 2005-2008

Supervisor Material, Planning, and Control (2005-2008)

Material Leader-Supervised dispatchers, who order, staged, furnished all material and fixtures that is used by the Drive System Center (DSC) to make complete parts for commercial, military and production use.

Successfully provided material, planning, and blueprint to all outside suppliers to perform machining or processing applications to BHTI standards.

Coordinated delivery schedule with outside suppliers to DSC build plans in order to meet production schedule on time.

Worked with procurement by inputting suppliers machining hours to insure payment accuracy.

Trained to lead/facilitate material management, and shipping/receiving SAP modules for the DSC during the company-wide transition into SAP.

Supervisor Receiving/Stockroom (2001-2005)

Managed the receipts and disbursement of all aviation material at the Distribution Center. Successfully managed the daily direction of activities, assignments of priorities and specific goals of receiving personnel. Consistently met department deadlines on time and within budget.

Reviewed processes to implement improvement programs and procedures, which contribute to cycle time reduction, customer responsiveness, cost reduction and reliability.

Supervised the receiving of thousands to millions dollars amount of aviation material daily. Maintained control and secured distribution throughout the facility and satellite locations.

Trained warehouse material inventory clerks to better achieve operational goals

Maintained inventory accuracy by using quarterly cycle counts of stock.

Implemented safety awareness which reduce work related injuries and forklift related incidents

CONSOLIDATED FREIGHTWAY, Ft. Worth, TX 1998-2001

Supervisor Operation

Oversaw 50+ employees, fully unionized (Teamsters). Turned out 700,000 to 1.1 million pounds of freight per day. Reported directly to the Assistant Terminal Manager and indirectly to the senior executive team. Consolidated Freightways in a high-volume LTL transportation company.

Met daily production goals to maximize output.

Restructured daily workflow to minimize hub turnaround through an ever changing set of circumstances (staff, equipment, line haul cut times, and dock schedule).

Managed “No Double Handling” and “Quick Strip” programs to increase efficiency.

TRITON TRANSPORT, 1994-1998

Terminal Manager 1997-1998 Dallas, Texas

Operations Manager 1996-1997 Cleveland, Ohio

Dispatch Supervisor 1994-1996 Memphis, Tennessee

Manager intermodal company. Worked directly with the Vice President of Operations to increase profitability, standardize operating procedures, and plan for growth.

Increase revenue by 300% as Terminal Manager in Dallas, Tx

Successfully retained company driver quotas while increasing owner operators tractors

Revised jobs and work flow to improve efficiency.

Renegotiated contracts with 3rd party contractors and also improved relations with those contractors by improving on-time deliveries.

EDUCATION

BS, Business Administration, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN

Concentration: Transportation & Logistics

CERTIFIED SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT, EADS



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