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Store Manager Assistant

Elizabeth City, NC
September 22, 2020

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Elizabeth City, NC 27909


Summary of Qualifications: Currently up to date and accurately trained on all Coast Guard’s Processes and Procedures that pertain to my current position, along with many of the appropriate forms and data bases: I.E., MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Regulations, ISO Compliant, ALMIS, AMMIS, Fed Log, ACMS, UR’s, etc. Licensed in Forklift operation for 5,000 lbs up to 30,000 lbs, JLG operation, and scissor lift operation. A minimum of a five (5) years experience in the requisitioning, purchasing, receiving, inventory, and distribution of a variety of tools, parts, and consumable stock items as well as controlled items. This experience was achieved from performance of jobs in the USCG Aircraft Logistics Center warehouse and my present job in DRS facility. I was required to inventory and handle all aircraft parts including H65, H60, C130J & H, HU25, CASA. Knowledgeable in both Metric and American Standard Measurements in accordance with hand held drills, wrenches, ratchets, and sockets. Skilled in the operation of various types of tools which include air powered tools and compressors, table saws, jig saws, ban saws, and panel saws. Proficient in maintaining an accurate computer based record of all tools and parts that have been issued as well as the requesting of replenishment items for stock.

Education: Northeastern High School, Elizabeth City, NC - Diploma

College of the Albemarle – Courses Taken: Introduction to Computers I and II; various courses in Criminal Justice

Present Work Experience

DRS Technologies

January, 2013 to present

Coordinator III

Perform daily duties as Coordinator III that included but are not limited to tool control, tool box inventory, and requisitioning of tool room supplies. Complete maintenance for all current and historical tool inventory results for accuracy and audit purposes. Inspects, repairs, or replaces broken tools turned into the tool room. Works in conjunction with the sheet metal shop and the machine shop as required to modify or create new tool designs, issues tools to customers and receives tools back from the customer per DRS/USCG policy, maintains 100 percent accountability for all calibrated tools, management of the requisition of consumable stock items that are stored in either the tool room and the tool cabinets located on the production floor, inducts inventory data into P2K. Performs limited inspections and conducts repair as required on ground support equipment such as aircraft slings, pulleys, and come-along winch systems.

Past Work Experience:


August, 2010 to November, 2012

Logistics Specialist

Performed the duties as a Logistics Specialist whose daily duties included inventory control for the entire logistics department, supply chain management of the site systems for aerostats, shipping and receiving of 17, 22, and 38 meter Aerostat assets, inventory control of tools for power tools, hand tools, and calibrated tools to include database maintenance, coordinated the requisition and distribution of spare parts for Aerostats. Coordination with Production Planners for inventory accuracy and control, general support as required for production, and coordination of tool requests as required. Worked as an Assistant Ground Support Equipment Specialist responsible for the direction of Aerostats in and out of hangar spaces via the use of hand and arms signals and radio communication, performed preventive and corrective maintenance on material handling and ground support equipment, responsible for securing aircraft/aerostats in assigned overnight or long term parking positions via the usage of chains ropes, and blocks and covered aerostats assets to prevent exposure to the elements. Performed aerostat servicing to include fueling as required to ensure that aerostat assets were ready for operation at all times. Responsible for ensuring that drip pans and/or Hazmat spill kits were placed under aerostat assets to prevent ground contamination as well as cleanup of any leakage and spills discovered during walk-around checks. Responsible for conducting inspections of drain sumps and fuel drains for fuel contamination and taking corrective action per established procedures. Maintained and operated hangar ground support equipment such as sweepers and scrubbers as required. Conducted Foreign Object and Debris (FOD) walk-downs and conducted hangar cleanup as required. Collected and disposed of trash, dirty, or contaminated rags in accordance with all pertinent directives. Coordinated and managed the complete inventory, packing, and shipping of Hobart generator systems. Responsible for the assembly, breakdown, and storage of aircraft mooring systems as required. Assisted in building and designing of wooden shipping crates for Aerostat components to ensure safe shipment to final destination Performed other general duties as directed Efficient in computer programs such as Costpoint, Impromptu, Agile, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel.

Past Work Experience:

DLS Engineering Work Experience:

February, 2007 to May, 2009

DLS Engineering Associates

Materials Handler

Responsibilities included an in depth knowledge of warehousing procedures as they pertain to aircraft parts stored at the ALC, the handling of RFI parts from shops, air stations, and non-RFI aircraft items including main rotor blades, gear boxes, main rotor shaft assemblies, tail rotor assemblies along with various other parts. Worked in close coordination with Inventory Managers if they required information or assistance for consumable tools and parts, high priority requisitions, and other demands the customer identified as requiring warehouse assistance. Ensured that all warehouse documentation was maintained in accordance with the ALC policy. Responsible for stock verification, stock movement, and issuance of stock against DD 1348 shipping manifests. Worked with Quality Assurance Personnel ensuring parts and tools received were accurate. This position also included verification of turn-in, part number, and serial numbers, shipping and receiving, determination of whether the parts should be receipted or given to ACMS personnel for tracking, placement of aircraft parts in proper location, and the use of AMMIS and Microsoft Excel which are computer programs used by USCG for tracking parts and inventory.

March, 2005 to February, 2007

DLS Engineering Associates

Evening Materials Handler

Responsibilities included pulling materials from the nightly cycle for AOG’s (Aircraft on Ground), work stops, air stations, and normal operations. Assured that correct parts and quantity of parts are pulled, verifying part numbers, serial numbers (if applicable), and delivered to the expediter’s desk where they will be prepared for shipment to air stations or delivered to ALC shops. Transport of materials after receipt from staging to the appropriate location in the warehouse. Performed routine inventory checks ensuring the count is accurate and the correct part is in the correct location by using knowledge to distinguish different assemblies. For example, airframe items, electronics, mechanical parts and consumables (such as bolts and screws). If inaccuracies occur with requisitions, materials are not pulled, and appropriate personnel are notified for further action.

2001 – 2007

Food Lion Grocery Stores

Assistant Store Manager/Grocery Manager

Responsibilities included overseeing entire store and personnel, the actual building and utilities, hiring, and firing of personnel as well as training, in-service training, and updates. Merchandize store and build displays and special event displays. Inventory control for warehouse. Used Telxon computer software to manage inventory control to including pricing, special sale prices, reconciliation between sales and inventory on hand in order to reorder stock. Held weekly departmental meetings to communicate planning for the next week. Coordinated personnel schedules with special sales. Ensured customer satisfaction. Accommodate the customer at the point he/she has become more than the sales clerk can manage, listen to the complaint and either explain the store position to his satisfaction or make things right. Follow-up by greeting that customer by name each time he enters the store. Required the ability to work with computer programs such as: Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and Internet search engines.

Awards, Certifications, Licenses: Forklift License: 4500lbs, JLG, Scissor lift

Special Skills: I am currently up to date and knowledgeable of the USCG and ALC’s processes and procedures. I am fluent on many Microsoft programs i.e.: Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Office, Publisher, Power Point, etc.

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