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Location:
Clarksville, TN, 37042
Salary:
Negotiable
Posted:
September 19, 2008

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TINA LOUISE JONES

**** ******* *****

FLINT, MICHIGAN 48503

248-***-****

************@***.***

OBJECTIVE

To obtain a position utilizing my clerical skills as a data entry clerk.

Summary of Qualifications

Over 8 years of experience in Supply and Logistics, in overall management of supply operations as a civilian contractor and prior military in support of the US Army. Understand and well versed in the management of Supply Class II, III, IV, and IX. This includes receipt, issue, accountability, shelf-life management, storage, preservation, inventory and the care of supplies. Communicated clearly and concisely both orally and in writing. Understood and followed oral and written instructions. Received and inspected inventories for future deliverers, maintained and received appropriate records, reports, and information documents for accuracy. Proficient in the use of Supply automated systems and programs to include all STAMIS processes such as ULLS-G/S4- Unit Level Logistics Ground/Supply, SAMS-Standard Army Maintenance System, PBUSE-Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced, and manual forms supported by previous programs.

Job Related Skills

MILITARY SOFTWARE

RAM 2000, MANPRINT, Unit Level Logistics Systems- ULLS-S4, G, A, Army Material Status Systems- AMMS, Standard Army Management Information System- STAMIS, Standard Army Retail Supply System- SARSS, Standard Army Maintenance System- SAMS-E,1,2 , Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced- PBUSE, FEDLOG, LOGSA, AWRDS- Army War Reserve Deployment System, Standard Property Book System Redesign- SPBS-R and Standard Depot System- SDS.

SOFTWARE

MS Windows XP Professional (Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook), Office 98/2000

WORK EXPERIENCE

1/08-Current Bagram, Afghanistan AGS/AECOM Supply Lead

Maintain responsibility to inventory all property in Facilities Maintenance Department. Produced and maintain automated hand receipts for property supplied to customers in support of various operations. Log in parts received and do turn in documents. Assist with shipping, receiving and storage of various items of civilian/ government equipment. Compares inventory results with property records. Planned and organized inventory for reports on supply and service support operations. Determines requirements for expendable and nonexpendable supplies and equipment ensuring the availability of a working stock at all times. Reviewed and verified quantity received against shipping documents. Received and separated incoming supplies, processing them for distribution to the supporting units. Prepared both manual and automated forms for parts received. Perform receiving, issuing, storing, assembly for issue, shipment and distribution of a wide variety of supplies, material, equipment, and commodities using automated and manual material moving equipment.

7/06-7/07 Fort Hood, Texas Data Solutions Technology Inventory Equipment Specialist

Ensure quality of inventory counts to obtain accurate inventory. Develop and conduct compliance reviews with management. Inventory all property to include Basic Issue Items (BII), which is on hold status while units were deployed, maintain property until units returns or forwarded to another unit. Process DA Forms 2062 (Hand Receipt and Shortage Annex) procedures, DA Form 3161, (Lateral Transfer, Temporary Hand Receipt, Issue, and Turn-in), DA Form 4949, (Administrative Adjustment Reports), FOI-Found on Installation, Reporter Surveys and FLIPL-Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss using Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) and Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS). Received and issued documents for unit level. Prepared written and used ULLS for supply request. Maintain all of the Unit’s sub-hand receipt folders. Tracked lateral transfer execution within the unit. Briefed the Unit Commander and staff officers weekly on property accountability. Provide internal control and accountability for durable and non- expendable supplies and equipment. Operated and maintain a secure supply distribution area for property book items using Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS). Receive all incoming property book items from the receiving activity. Perform pick up and delivery of supplies and equipment, processes supply turn ins of serviceable and unserviceable assets. Follow regulations, other instructions, or special operating procedures.

8/04-3/06 Fort Hood, Texas US Army Squad Leader

Served as a Squad Leader ensuring the adequate accomplishment of missions. Provided tactical leadership and administered a wider range of supporting functions. Managed logistics to ensure vehicle weapons and communications equipment were maintained for missions. Responsible for making sure all military equipment was operating correctly by daily, weekly, and monthly serviceable with a Technical Manual. Dispatched vehicles in out of ULLS box. Responsible for keeping track of all keys and over seeing motor pool duties. Maintained part stock records and preparation of parts distribution. Performed preventive maintenance checks and services on vehicles. Operated M1062/7500 gallon bulk- fuel tankers and assigned Basic Initial Issue equipment worth in excess of $300K. Supervised personnel preparing vehicles for deployments. Developed and implemented policies to provide for logistical support for the conduct of various locations. Manage Excel worksheets with over twelve hundred lines tracking all parts received and installed on all vehicles.

7/01-8/04 Mannheim, Germany US Army Team Leader

Heavy Vehicle operator in a Heavy Truck Company, and provided transportation and security for general cargo supporting third COSCOM in Operation Enduring/Iraqi Freedom. Transported supplies and personnel safely to and from safely in a timely manner while deployed to Balad, Iraq. Delivered 85,000+ gallons of fuel and drove over 5,200+ miles in a hostile environment. Operated all wheeled vehicles and equipment over varied terrain roadways in support of operations. Secured cargo against inclement weather, pilferage, and damage. Knowledgeable with the operation of radios and weapons when they are mounted on vehicles. Performed vehicle self-recovery and field expedients to include towing vehicles. Corrects and reports all vehicle deficiencies; supports mechanics where necessary. Prepares vehicles for movement/shipment by air, rail, or vessel.

Education

Associates Degree, Social Work, Central Texas College, Killeen, TX

High School Diploma, Flint Southwestern Academy, Flint, MI, 2000



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