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Safety Manager Operations

Location:
McDonough, GA
Posted:
August 03, 2022

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Charles K. Motley Jr.

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McDonough GA 30 252

678-***-****

adrzp5@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY:

Executive Summary:

● High energy Leader successful in building and motivating dynamic teams.

● US Army Retired, Medical Logistics (Medical Supplies/Medical Devices )

● Cultivates a company culture in which team members feel comfortable in voicing question and concerns.

● Self-motivated individual with vast experience Food and Beverage, Life Science, SHE Management, Medical Logistics, 3PL, Big Box distribution, and auto distribution.

● Extensive logistics, financial management, process reengineering and human resources experience.

● Proven results at all levels within the Department of Defense; worked at Department of Homeland Security and various unit levels in myriad of jobs and responsibilities.

● Unquestionable loyalty and commitment; exceptional written, and interpersonal communications skills.

Operations Management:

● Directed the operations and staffing of material planning, purchasing, engineering, scheduling, distribution, warehousing, and computer systems.

● Implemented a successful business plan to stage and warehouse data for state plans for supply warehousing.

● Cold Chain Experience with Anthrax, Smallpox and Vaccinations

● Administered 4,000 shipments yearly, both domestically and worldwide, with over $1 Million per year of export shipments for DOD and service materials to international customers. Project Management:

● Championed and led the successful implementation of repository from conceptualization to full operation for local and state plans.

● Planned and executed the transportation of supplies from repository to Hospitals and DOD sites.

● Included the purchase of all capital equipment, staffing of personnel, and facility improvements.

● Successfully planned and implemented the move of $35 million pharmaceuticals to all 50 states and military bases overseas.

Medical Materials Management:

● Delivered an outstanding level of materials availability; supervised the requirements planning for 40,000 products and met or exceeded the committed response times at a rate of better than 99%.

● Directed purchases for inventory and expense items to support the field service and distribution.

● Developed and incorporated protocols of temperature storage and shipping products with temp tales.

● Developed and implemented a materials requirement planning program that improved materials performance while reducing the incremental costs incurred for the field service inventory. Charles K. Motley Jr. (Continued) Page 2

Core Qualification:

● Experienced Distribution Center Manager with strong leadership and relationship – building skills.

● Max “energy and effort”

● Hands – on leads by example

● Staff Development

● Cross – functional team management

● WMS – ERP, SAP, WIAB, JDA

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

HelloFresh USA 2020 – Present

Associate Director

● Map out and improve the daily operations in a hyper-growth environment, engaging and motivating the team to ensure on-time and accurate delivery of customer orders .

● Manage dynamic teams to better assess the daily operations of Production, Planning and Fulfillment teams

● Ensure adherence to OSHA, GMP, SQF, food safety and facility compliance while meeting operational goals

● Ensure continuous improvement to safety, quality, cost, and delivery while growing and expanding capabilities

● Promote a customer-focused environment committed to delivering the highest quality product to our customer

● Conduct presentations and formal training programs to enhance team communication and employee engagement

● Coach, teach and develop team optics to increase core knowledge to create better quality standards

● Promote a culture dedicated to improving when it comes to Safety, Quality, Cost, and Delivery

● Customer-focused: slightly obsessive-compulsive when it comes to customer experience and work to provide a product that is second to none

Syncreon (Google)` USA 2018 – 2020

Senior Operation Manager

● Established operational procedures for activities such as verification of incoming and outgoing shipments, handling and disposition of materials, and keeping warehouse inventory current.

● Lead and measure all daily processes to ensure order fulfillment and production are completed with excellence on a daily basis.

● Ensured timely and accurate completion or order fulfillment for Operations that will ship anywhere from 2,200 to 10,000 lines per day or 136K to 1.2M of revenue on a daily basis.

● Adhered to and manage all transactions as the CDR (certified designated representative) and be responsible for ensuring accurate procedures and recordkeeping.

● Support all human resource processes at local facility.

● This includes helping to sourcing and staffing all positions, support the performance management process, administer compensation when necessary, and training and development.

● Monitored work and processes to ensure that product is moved correctly from trailer to racks to shipping.

● Monitored activities of work team to ensure that safe practices are in place and being demonstrated.

● Monitors building to ensure that proper housekeeping is being practiced.

● Establishing root cause to customers OS&D, through 5 why’s, Kazan and SPS sessions. Nestle USA 2016 - 2018

Senior Operations Manager (Food & Beverage)

● Worked, and developed relationships, with external suppliers to ensure the very best reputation within the industry, and receives the service required to ensure that the operational Food and Beverage team can deliver the highest quality product, and the highest financial return

● Work closely with to ensure correct stock levels are available from central distribution area, to assist the operational Food and Beverage team

● Ensure strict compliance with all relevant Hygiene and Safety legislation and requirements

● Ensure that the industry standard with regard to safety and hygiene

● Champion a training culture within the Food and Beverage team to ensure succession planning, and a culture that exceeds the very best the industry has to offer

● The Operations Manager will constantly review the product range to ensure that all key quality standards are maintained

● The Food & Beverage Department has a wide number of external contractors and the Operations Manager will maintain close, professional, effective links with all. They will ensure that suppliers deliver to stated agreements, best practices are followed, and technological advances are sought AmerisourceBergen Corporation 2013 - 2016

General Manager (Life Science)

● Manage up to 600,000 sq. ft. Medical Logistics facility with 252 employees to ensure timely and accurate delivery of goods and backhaul activities of the Distribution Center.

● Have P & L responsibility which involves monitoring the net income after expenses for the entire organization, with direct influence on how company resources are allocated

● Initiated single line order picking reduce workforce 20% and eliminated use of temp labor.

● Strategic account, community and specialty Pharmacy manage the ongoing strategic business relationship between AmerisourceBergen and from 13 to 15 large key regional customers across the nation.

● Responsible for increased revenues and profits with customer

● Improve inventory control reducing variance, donated and destroyed product, and product short rate

● Consult with customers to create profitable business strategies taking into account such factors as customer vision and goals current results by category and compliance with ABC programs and services.

● Ensured customers adhered to contact terms set forth by and with ABC and there buying group.

● Hired managed developed and coached a diverse leadership team. Charles K. Motley Jr. (Continued) Page 3

● Reviews and monitors standard operating procedures; makes observations and recommends improvements to promote efficiency in Distribution Center earnings, accuracy, improved service and lower costs.

● Monitors the performance of staff members to ensure compliance with policies, practices and approved standard operating procedures; develops and updates standard operating procedures to facilitate smooth warehouse operations.

● Ensures that Distribution Center equipment is maintained and in proper working order

● Supports compliance with all appropriate policies, procedures, safety rules and DEA/OSHA/FDA Kimberly-Clark Health Care 2011 - 2013

Regional Supply Chain Manager (Life Science)

● Directs all activities associated with the successful warehouse operations in 5 Medical devices and supply Distribution Center; ensures efficient working operation of automated warehouse systems and processes.

● Provide Leadership & Consultation to multiple 3PL's Operating Kimberly Clark's Distribution Centers.

● Focus on GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) ensuring that Operations meet Customer Service, Continuous improvement, Safety, Cost, Housekeeping and Quality Objectives.

● Execute raw material and/or finishing supply requirements planning using SAP/R3. Which includes weekly review of CSP or ICR’s (Inventory, Consumption and Receipts), order generation, delivery expediting/de-expediting and inventory management plans that support production schedules, working capital objectives and plant/staff service level agreements.

● Maintained accurate planning information for raw materials and/or finishing supplies in SAP (an Enterprise Resource Planning system), updating as necessary for material/product changes, manage raw material and/or finishing supply changes/rollovers to support business plans and minimize obsolescence.

● Coordinated Freight cost preparing better programs for easy transport that is low on cost.

● Identified operational and supply chain improvement opportunities and formulate solutions to be prioritized by senior leadership.

Unipart Logistics 3PL (Jaguar/Land Rover, ASOS, ProDirect) 2005 - 2011 Director of Operations

● Managed the day to day Operation of an 800 sq. ft. DC, conducted staff meeting with Ops Manager and Team Leads

● Provide product information, pricing, quotations and delivery information to customers.

● Oversaw an 800,000 SF distribution center. The DC grew to 230 employees, a $35M operating budget, and an inventory of 1,000,000 cases (raw materials).

● Served as the Health and Safety Manager for 4 years for multiple sites.

● Managed 12 direct reports 4 managers, 6 team leads, and 2 CSR managers

● Analyze and monitor inventory for internal and external reporting to Director of Operations.

● Works with transportation daily and weekly to review standards and issues.

● Manages and coordinates all customer services and third-party logistics provider communication. Charles K. Motley Jr. (Continued) Page 4

Strategic National Stockpile (CDC), 2002 - 2005

Life Science Logistics Manager

● Managed and directed improvement to 3PL providers in three Life Science warehouses, with direct supervision over 30 personal in California, Tennessee and District of Columbia tasked with the direct responsibility for the coordination, of quantities of medicine and medical supplies to protect the American public if there is a public health emergency (terrorist attack, flu outbreak, earthquake) severe enough to cause local supplies to run out.

● Sub-manage 18 national stockpile sites which contain 350 sku line items and a total net value over $2 billion.

● Increased sales by anticipating customers’ needs and desires to fulfill their projects.

● Created a safe environment by conducting daily audits, weekly audits, and monthly audits.

● Review daily backorders to define the root causes of issue

● Maintaining accurate inventory counts by conducting weekly vendor counts.

● Reduced overstock, redirected inventory to regions where sales warranted inventory to save on transportation cost

● Identified key issues within the department and recommended security measures. US ARMY 1992 - 2002

Medical Logistics Specialist ( Life Science )

● Served as general supply for the brigade S4.

● Was responsible for overall management and accountability of supply, transportation, and logistics support functions for the Cyber Brigade.

● Serve as the Brigade Assistant Facilities Manager; developed and implement supply programs, methods, and procedures that include property accountability, acquisition, receiving, distribution, storage, utilization/reutilization, maintenance, disposal and transportation.

● Monitored operation, supply reports, performance effectiveness, budget allowances, and program and equipment requirements.

● Analyzed processes such as stock level determinations, receipt, issue, storage, and disposal of equipment.

● Conducted on-site visits to subordinate activities for inspections and equipment surveys to include inventory management storage and distribution and supply cataloging and assistance.

● Supervised 20 medical supply specialists and coordinated and managed the set-up of a fully functional warehouse receiving over $10,000,000 in medical supplies (drugs, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment), serving as item manager, documenting and inventory of all receipts, storage, transfer, and issue of supplies and equipment .

EDUCATION:

University of Maryland (2002)

Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.), Business Administration and Management Six Sigma Green Belt

Military/Defense: Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification Contract Fundamentals Course 1998, DOD Fort Gordon, GA Charles K. Motley Jr. (Continued) Page 5

Warehouse Management Systems:

● Warehouse Management Systems:

● Material Requirements Planning (MRP)

● ACCPAC Warehouse Management System

● Army Environmental Database (AEDB).

● TAMMIS / DMLSS / SAP/AS400

● FedEx, UPS and Conway systems

● Retrofitting Flood Prone Residential Structures 2004, Emergency Management Institute

● Community Hurricane Preparedness 2004, Emergency Management Institute

● Hazardous Materials for Medical Personnel 2004, Emergency Management Institute

● Emergency Program Manager 2004, Emergency Management Institute

● Emergency Preparedness USA 2004, Emergency Management Institute

● Hazardous Materials Training 2000,

● NBC Decontamination Procedures 2000

● EMT school 2001. BAMAC Fort Sam Houston, TX

● Supervisory Development Course,

● Contract Fundamentals Course 1998, DOD Fort Gordon, GA

● Medical Material Handler 1998, LRMC

Awards:

● Army Accommodation Medals, 1997, 1999, 2001.

● Army Good Conduct Medals, 1996, 1999.

● Army Achievement Medal, 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000.

● Outstanding Volunteer Award 1999, Community Service Award 2000, 2001 Kuwait Liberation

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