DAVID J. NOLT
Over 25 years of professional experience in logistics management. Skilled supervisor able to quickly interpret the needs and concerns of employees as well as organizations; able to resolve problems and build highly effective and proficient teams. Received formal training in Safety; Risk Management, Logistical Resource Planning and Budget Operations. Certificated or trained on. ARMT, TPE Planner, PBUSE, COLTS, SLAMIS, LIW, LMP, DPAS, AWRDS, SARSS, MENS-E, TC-AIMS, and JOPES; Trained in Emergency Preparedness, Planning, and Training. Possesses a Department of Defense Security Clearance; Additional skills include:
Personnel Management Problem Solving Team Development / Building
Research / Analytical Skills Decision Making Work / Task Scheduling
Quality Assurance / Control Safety / Risk Assessment Time Management
Awarded Ken Auck Team Award 17 December 2011. Received Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels in 2011.
Logistics Analyst III, RAM INC, (Contractor for LOGSA.) Redstone Arsenal, AL
Conducted formal classroom and mobile training in support of the Army RESET Management Tool (ARMT) and Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) Planner in order to assist units in maintaining readiness in CONUS and SWA. Provided onsite, online, and telephone customer support. Assisted in tracking, managing, and correcting deployed and TPE assets thru PBUSE applications and PBUSE Data Management Tools and Readiness Predictive Analyzer (RPA) Tools and TAMMS Equipment Database. Identified anomalies in Army ownership, Managed a broad range of logistics support from scheduling, planning to facility maintenance to providing statists on all training and technical assistance conducted. Generated reports requested from management and customers and provided near real time view of all units and personnel trained. Identified problem areas and took corrective actions and made recommendations to staff in order to correct problems. Utilized excel and power point for presentations from Corps level down to unit level. Extreme knowledge of all LOGSA tools from LIW, LCMC Disposition providers, WEB LIDB, ILAP, Parts and DODAAC, UIC Tracker, to My Reset Plans.
Senior Logistics Analyst, Belzon, (Contractor Temporary Position) Redstone Arsenal, AL
Planed, coordinated and worked with and provided Military Interagency Procurement Requisitions (MIPR) s to Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) for TACOM, AMCOM, CECOM, USAMMA in order to get the required equipment and to setup the Prescribed Load List (PLL) for each piece of equipment that Army Prepositioned Stocks program (APS) received; Gathered data thru LMP, and Army Reserve Deployment System (AWRDS) and LIW and did spread sheets in order to keep management briefed on current equipment status of APS;
Senior Supply Assistant, Alutiiq, (Contractor for EOD, Contract ended.) Redstone Arsenal, AL
Handled all property book transactions; Ordered general supplies thru PBUSE and Catalog Ordering Logistics Tracking System, (COLTS); Requested LINs on Non-Standard equipment through SSN-Lin Automated Management and Integrating System (SLAMIS); Worked along with item managers in order to procure EOD special equipment and tools for the EOD School.
Logistics Analysis II, DCS Corp, (Contractor for G-3) Redstone Arsenal, AL
Supported deployed Army Aviation units in class IX supply; provided maintenance reporting and presented briefings and spread sheets to develop solutions to get CLASS IX out faster.
Battalion S4 Logistician, Army 3-335 TSBn, (Retired.) Fort Sheridan, IL Developed the S-4 budget, Participated in setting priorities for short long range planning and used Army Working Capital Fund (AWCF) in order to manage the budget; Conducted Staff Assistance Visits (SAV) on units deploying to SWA; Assures document registers were properly kept for Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIOPL) DD Form 200; Prepared and conducted training in the areas of property acquisition, property accountability, personal property disposal, equipment management and authorization management; Provided guidance to lower graded supply personnel; Unit received Excellence in the Reserve Readiness Inspection.
Senior Logistician, Army 501st STB, (PCSed.) Fort Campbell, KY
Provided advice on clearing up discrepancies in the MILSTRIP requisition processing or to expedite high priority actions; Identified and reported property records discrepancies and adjusts property records in accordance with Army regulations; administered proper accountability of loaned, research, and development, leased GFE, and rented property, IAW regulations and local policy; Served as the system administrator for other automated accountability programs; Accounted for a property book worth $690 million dollars signed for TPE equipment worth $190 million; Managed planed and distributed the workload among employees in the Property Book Office in accordance with (IAW) the established work flow or job specialization; Transferred all equipment data from the Standard Property Book System-Redesigned (SPBR-S) to PBUSE; Managed and accounted for 68 Hand Receipts; Managed and issued of over 58,000 pieces of equipment to the Division.
Pursuing; Bachelors Degree in Acquisition and Contract Management,
Troy University, AL 46 hours Present
Education Dynamics Institute (Tech School) Diploma 1991
Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced Course (PBUSE) 2009
Advanced Logistics Management Course (ANCOC) 2004
Supervisor Course, Supervisor Development Course, 2001
Manager Development Course Action Development Course, 2001
Annual Business Seminar – Updates
Ethics, Equal Opportunity, Alcohol and Drug Awareness, Sexual Harassment, First Aid