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Manager Microsoft Office

Location:
San Antonio, Texas, United States
Salary:
50k
Posted:
October 24, 2016

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CHRIS DELUCA

**** ****** ****, *** *******, TX **250

HM: 210-***-****

Email: acw7uw@r.postjobfree.com

LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS MANAGER

Transportation, Logistics, Supply, Quality Assurance, Risk Management, Acquisition, Human Resources Management, Six Sigma Green Belt and Lean DFSS Certification

EDUCATION

Bachelors Degree, Transportation and Logistics Management, American Military University, Currently Pursuing, Completion: To Date: 107 Credits, 3.92+ GPA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Logistics Manager 02/2013 - 11/2014

Engineering Services Group, Kandahar/Leatherneck, Afghanistan

Logistics Manager for Vehicle and Dismount Exploitation Radar (VADER). Transportation and supply chain logistics expert directing all inbound and outbound logistics operations, including transportation and import compliance. Analyze trends and make recommendations to support efficient and effective operations and system fielding.

•Prepared, submitted, and reviewed (upon receipt) accurate and complete requests for supplies and equipment as well as maintained files, regulations, manuals, directives and materials pertaining to logistics activities.

•Conducted quarterly inspections and property accountability for all current program assets in addition to maintain documentation of damaged, turned in, or stolen property according to company and military regulations.

•Collaborated and networked to resolve deficiencies and increase levels of readiness. Coordinate extensively with logistics functional specialists, planning offices, other military services, and support functions as manpower, training, and budget.

Lead Logistics Associate/Analyst 10/2010-02/2013

Mantech, Bagram, Afghanistan (BETSS-C)

Computer Science Corporation, Bagram, Afghanistan (BETSS-C) 08/2009-10/2010

Provided logistics support and inventory for four hub bases and 20 micro hubs involving BETSS-C Program’s surveillance systems.

•Managed logistics support and inventory of serialized components for over 350 systems for Elevated Sensors and Field Surveillance Systems totaling over $500M in parts and assets.

•Provided various program support functions such as Vehicle Manager for 15 contracted vehicles and as the unit postal officer for over 70 personnel.

•Ensured instruction and training for staff and technicians, both logisticians and field service representatives (FSRs). Ensured accurate input into database to organize and maintain audit trails of materials received, issued, and utilized during service calls and requisitions.

MOSS Receiving Clerk Lead 08/2009-09/2009

SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation), Fahaheel, Kuwait

Personally selected by MRAP Program Manager to set up MRAP Warehouse.

•Received, Inventoried, and stocked over 20,000 parts in order to support MRAP operations as well as supporting OIF and OEF Theaters.

•Provided administrative functions utilizing Microsoft Office Suite. Scanned and filed all documentation according to regulations and company policy.

Logistics Technician 09/2008-08/2009

SAIC Bagram, Afghanistan-Theater

Prepared, shipped, and tracked logistics transactions to various units and RSAs through Host Nation Trucking (Ground), Rotary, and Mil Air while maintaining accountability of all items shipped utilizing DD Form 1149.

•Played key role in support for the USMC in Kandahar and Bastion by conducting a complete inventory assessment and bringing their supply readiness back to100%.

•Managed the pick-up, delivery, and turn in of all equipment and supplies to the customer, support personnel, and Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO).

PC/Material Expeditor 06/2008-09/2008

SAIC Joint Base Balad, Iraq

Built and maintained the supply warehouse at the Balad MRAP Site totalling over 1300 stock items reflecting NIIN, Quantity of Issue, Nomenclature and location codes. Reviewed inventories in relation to projected needs, provided recommendations on replenishment requirements.

•Received all requests for supplies and equipment and maintained documentation.

•Conducted Hi-Priority requests throughout Afghanistan, Iraq, and Kuwait theatres of operation to retrieve parts resulting in repairs of over thirty 90 day+ non-mission capable vehicles.

Senior Logistics Warehouseman 02/2008-06/2008

KBR Inc., Balad, Iraq

Coordinated interface between logistics functions to ensure efficient, timely, and cost effective customer support; i.e., transportation and warehousing. Ensured adherence to operational rules and procedures. Coordinated with customers to ensure desired logistics objectives, priorities, and schedules were met. Performed professional administrative and logistical related planning, directing, organizing, and controlling operations.

Logistics Warehouse Foreman 12/2006-02/2008

Kandahar, Afghanistan

Performed logistics planning, inventory control, supply management, contractual procurement, warehouse operations, transportation, and facilities management. Analyzed and resolved difficult, sensitive logistics management issues involving supply processes, data management, transportation, and day-to-day operational procedures.

•Managed and supervised 18 employees.

•Managed special emphasis programs; i.e., Afghan 1st, Management & Leadership Development Program, Safety, and Inventory Management.

•Recovered “Lost” containers which eliminated over $250,000 in yearly charges to the government.

Logistics Warehouseman 08/2005-12/2006

Kandahar, Afghanistan

Performed full realm of professional, administrative and logistic duties related to planning, directing, organizing, and controlling operations. Established production standards, monitored compliance, and recommended operational improvements. Reviewed and verified quantities received against bills of lading, and shipping documents. Maintained visibility of containers through IBS CMM.

•Received and processed over 200 trucks and their cargo daily, shipping them back to Karachi, Pakistan with Carrier Owned containers to reduce overall costs to the US military.



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