William F. Jones
Cameron, NC **326
Clearance: Active Secret
Summary of Qualifications
Automated Logistic Specialist. Serves as principal manager of supply and services operations. Supervises operation of organizations performing supply and related service operations such as hand held device utilization, transportation, property disposal, and commissary operations. Supervises open and covered storage, receiving, classification, issue materiel handling, supply locator systems, facility safety, and supply security operations. Supervises management of materiel support functions in stock control and accounting, procurement, inventory control, and item financial management. Supervises development and preparation of operations information, plans, maps, sketches, overlays, and related data to employment supply and service organizations. Analyzes reports on supply and service support operations.
Support Operations (SPO) NCOIC, U. S. Army, 2018 to 2021, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Serves as the Support Operations (SPO) NCOIC for 194th Combat Sustainment
Support Battalion, a unit comprised of five companies with a mission to provide adaptive sustainment to Korea Theater of Operations; oversees the daily SPO
Operations of Supply and Service, Ammunition, Transportation, Maintenance,
and SASMO section; primary advisor for the battalion support operations officer on all logistics support missions; provides staff supervision and the tasking
of assets for external support to 8th Army and all supported units; responsible for the training, welfare, and morale of five Officers, 12 NCO's, and two Soldiers; overall responsible for the accountability and serviceability of SPO section's
equipment valued at over $1.5 million.
Served as 194th NEO Warden Supervisor performing data collection, gas mask issue, turn-in and replacement. Assisted with setup of NEO a station during exercise’s to insure a seamless process in evacuating non-combatants. Ensured NEO kits were 100% complete. Attended all IPR's for NEO workshops to stay abreast of all recommendations, changes and standard operating procedures.
Assistant Chief of Staff G4/ PBO NCOIC 7th ATC, U.S. Army, 2014 to 2018, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Lead planner and developer for the chief of staff SRR briefing resulting in a dynamic flow of status reporting to the USARUER CG.
Managed the Command Supply Discipline Program insuring standard operating procedures and Army command polices were followed.
Managed and reviewed daily ordering of class nine, class four and class 1 subsistence commodities.
Managed and supervised 100 percent wall to wall inventories for complete accuracy of all classes of supplies housed at the warehouse.
Performed daily location update and management of stored locations.
Daily use of hand held bar scanners to locate inventory, pick inventory when it is needed, and conduct cycle counts.
Served as the Property Book NCO for equipment transfers, hand receipt updates and equipment turn-in’s
Managed daily operations, accountability, health, welfare, training, and operational readiness of 8 Soldiers 3 civilians, 3 local national and 6 NCOs
Operation NCO, 70th BSB U.S. Army, 2013 to 2014, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Created Blacksmith Academy to facilitate the in processing, integration and training of newly assigned Soldiers to battalion before arriving at their company.
Selected to lead 210 Fires Brigade logistical team for all multinational training exercises for 2013 and 2014 resulting in impeccable mission success.
Coordinated with Combined Forces Command and the United nations Command Special Operations resulting in fully sustained high operational readiness rate
Managed 13 Soldiers, 7 commodities from class I to class VII as the NCOIC of the Support Operations ensuring all mission and orders were completed 100%
Support Operations NCOIC, 70th BSB U. S. Army, 2012 to 2013, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Lead the 2nd Infantry Division Movement Control Team in Thailand during Multinational exercise Cobra Gold 2013
Provided direct oversight and supervision to 23 Soldiers across six sections transportation, ammunition, SASSMO, maintenance, supply and service, and mortuary affairs.
Served as the Senior Logistical SME Training Coordinator for all 210 Fires Brigade simulation exercises 2012-2014.
Advised senior leaders on logistical issues concerning Command Supply Discipline for all units during Command Inspections.
Subsistence Supervisor NCO, 1st TSC U. S. Army, 2011 to 2012, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Served as the Subsistence Supervisor supporting Operation New Dawn and Enduring Freedom.
Monitored the Class I retrograde program for the Centcom AOR saving the government over $1.4 million in subsistence cost.
Maintained impeccable accountability while coordinating movement, issue and receipt of over 22 million meals within the Centcom AOR.
Responsible for placing orders in the Subsistence Total Ordering Receipt Electronics System (STORES)
Material Management NCO, 1st TSC U. S. Army, 2010 to 2011, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Excelled in the roll of Contracting Officer Representative (COR) while deployed in Kuwait; Managed 31 civilians contractors theater wide ensuring they worked within their position description and assisted in all administrative requirements .
Created a training program that streamlined internal shop operations which increased the overall efficiency of Logistical Automation’s day to day shop operations.
Managed and maintained strict accountability of theater provided equipment valued in excess of $30.5M while deployed in the Kuwait Theater of Operation
Platoon Sergeant, 61st Maintenance U. S. Army, 2009 to 2010, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Technical expertise resulted in the Storage Section receiving a commendable rating during the 19th ESC Supply Excellence Inspection.
Aggressively maintained a go to war status on equipment, weapons systems, radios and night vision devices assigned to the SSA platoon resulting in 98% operational readiness.
Selected over 4 Sergeant First Classes to serve as First Sergeant during his absence with excellent results.
Management of 25 Soldiers health, welfare, monthly counseling’s, and promotions; Ensured every Soldier was treated equally, and respected.
Senior Supply NCO, USACAPOC U. S. Army, 2006 to 2009, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Demonstrated technical skills in all task required of a Senior Instructor when teaching Logistics Specialty Training at Fort Dix, NJ for Deploying Special Operations Units.
Proficiently trained Soldiers in Logistical Specialty Training and MOS related skills during pre-mob training.
Conducted GWOT missions, assisted in the procurement of unit supplies and equipment while assisting in maintaining accountability of supplies and equipment on the Installation property Book.
Procurement of SOF items from various vendors to ensure SOF Soldiers were 100% ready to deploy with all equipment required.
Maintained accountability of IMPAC Credit Card with a $50,000 monthly limit;
Kept impeccable records of receipts, request, and authorizations records; Passed every audit inspection.
Instructor Writer NCO 92A/92Y, 244th QM BDE U. S. Army, 2003 to 2006, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Prepares, plans and controls MOS Course of instruction in accordance with Total Army Instructor Training Course (TAITC) standards.
Coordinates with Chief Instructor/ Writer providing timely/ accurate submission of classes, academic material and counseling documentation.
Maintained current courseware, credentials, and SOP’s and visitor folders.
Plans, develops, and coordinates testing program policies, procedures and schedules, and ensures adequate time slot for the administration of examinations administered at the end of the course.
Supply Tech GS-5/Step 7, Ordnance Center and School Aberdeen, MD, 1999 to 2003, Full Time 40 Hours
Investigated and resolved discrepancies pertaining to shortage, overage or damage to government equipment property
Reviewed and approved inventory reports to assure compliance with all regulations and ensured appropriate adjustments were made.
Processed receipt and turn-in transactions with supporting documentation
Manage the Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss (FLIPL) process for the property book office
Conducted quarterly wall to wall inventories and 10% inventories to ensure location accuracy for parts
Managed RODS ( Reports of Discrepancies) for damaged, incorrect orders, denials, incorrect quantities on material release orders.
Performed daily preventive maintenance on forklifts, jacks and warehouse dolly’s
Parts and Records Specialist, 6-101st AVN BDE U. S. Army, 1987 to 1994, Full Time 40-60 Hours
Establishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, materiel control, accounting and supply reports. Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn-ins, and performs dues-ins and dues-outs accounting. Corrects error and exception documents. Reviews and verifies quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests, and shipping documents. Unloads, unpacks, visually inspects, counts, segregates, palletizes, and stores incoming supplies and equipment. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures. Repairs and constructs fiberboard or wooden containers. Packs, crates, stencils, weighs, and bands equipment and supplies. Constructs bins, shelving, and other storage aids. Processes requests and turn-in documents at direct support level through warehousing section. Processes inventories, surveys, and warehousing documents. Operates the Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS1-E). Prepares, annotates and distributes shipping documents. Breaks down and distributes field rations. Operates materiel handling equipment (MHE). Performs accounting and sales functions in self-service supply.
High School Diploma, Mergenthaler VTHS, Baltimore, MD
Baltimore City Community College, Baltimore, MD, 19 Semester hours
GCSS-Army Material Management Executive Course
GCSS-Army Property Book Officer Course
Master Resiliency Trainer (2015), Vilseck, Germany
Total Army Instructor School (2005), Fort Lee, VA
Small Group Instructor Course(2005) Dover AFB
SAARS 2A/2B Course (2007) Fort Lee VA
Contract Rep Course (2010), Kuwait
Master Driver Course (2014) Korea
92A Automated Logistics Specialist Course ( 1987) Fort Lee VA
92Y Supply Course (2006) Fort Lee VA