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Location:
Colorado Springs, CO, 80923
Salary:
75000-100000
Posted:
August 15, 2012

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Matthew Gary Gregory

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**** ******* ***** ******** *******, CO 80923 719 – 323 – 9789 psxkcx@r.postjobfree.com

CAREER SUMMARY:

Accomplished and highly motivated United States Army veteran with over a decade of expertise in leadership and management roles, specializing in logistics. Possess strong interpersonal skills with ability to establish rapport at all levels. Organized and disciplined, with ability to multitask, prioritize, and achieve organizational objectives and deadlines. Maintains active Secret security clearance.

- AREAS OF EXPERTISE -

LEADERSHIP SUPERVISION TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT LOGISTICS SAFETY SCHEDULING STRATEGIC ANALYSIS DECISION MAKING

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Senior Logistics Advisor May 2011-July 2012

U.S. Army Afghanistan

• Demonstrated expertise leading independent team of six, and self sustaining operations throughout Eastern Afghanistan, while assisting, advising, and validating 16+ Afghan Army and Police units over course of six months through multiple key leader engagements;

• Responsible for equipment and property valued at over 3.5 million dollars, maintained 100% accountability.

• Devised and implemented Excel spreadsheet for compiling required equipment data that automatically calculated readiness values that assessments were based on, saving time of team personnel and generating more time for direct coaching and mentoring of Afghan police and military personnel

Company Commander April 2011-February 2010

U.S. Army Fort Polk, LA

• Expertly led, managed, and trained team of 24 Soldiers, while ensuring complete health, safety, and welfare

• Improved “broken” organization into 1 of top 6 companies of 30 in Brigade

• Effectively developed responsive team capable of administratively processing large groups of multi-component (Air Force, Navy, Army National Guard, and Department of the Army Civilians) Service members, assigning over to training groups in five days

• Improved inefficient 14 day schedule by creating five day schedule and eliminating redundancies, while cultivating better relationships with outside agencies required for personnel in-processing

• Adeptly oversaw logistical outfitting of nearly 1,300 deploying Combat advisors, including required individual training prior to deployment

Logistics Trainer / Assistant Support Operations Officer February 2009-February 2010

U.S. Army Fort Polk, LA

• Successfully created updated logistics curriculum with information links from personnel deployed in countries of Iraq and Afghanistan

• Efficiently developed accessible take away product using multiple MS Office inputs, allowing 400+ students to have on hand references of complex logistic structures in theater of operations

• Proficiently instructed and mentored 130+ hours of Logistics classes to audience of diverse backgrounds and experience, many significantly more senior

Assistant Brigade Supply and Services Officer December 2008-January 2009

U.S. Army Fort Polk, LA

• Successfully established baseline logistical processes in accordance with Army regulations for newly formed Army Brigade of 800+ personnel, dedicated to training and deploying Joint service personnel as Advisors

Squadron Maintenance Officer / Platoon Leader October 2005-May 2008

U.S. Army Fort Carson, CO

• Instrumental in providing leadership, combat readiness, training, resourcing, safety, morale and welfare of 40 Soldier maintenance platoon, while planning and performing: training, resource management, planning and conducting all Squadron maintenance operations, and developing, mentoring and counseling subordinate personnel

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• Proficiently sustained: 142 combat vehicles, power generation, weapons, electronic, missile equipment, radios, and night vision devices of 500 person Cavalry Squadron engaged in combat operations through use of SAMS - E (Standard Army Maintenance System – Enhanced)

• Increased vehicle operational readiness rate from 85% to 99% during 15 months of combat operations, and recognized as best in Brigade, by developing aggressive maintenance program

• Saved Army $1M+ by improving turn in rate of repair parts to Army supply system

• Developed and established on hand parts inventory of 546 separate items, valued at $2M+, maintaining 99% reconciliation rate with higher supply activity by effectively using SARSS (Standard Army Retail Supply System)

EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

18 hours completed, Master of Science Administration, General Administration, 2009-Present

Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI

GPA 4.0

Bachelor of General Studies (Liberal Arts), Minor in Military Science, Concentration in History, 2003-2005

Northwestern State University, Natchitoches, LA

GPA: 3.50

2011, Combat Advisor, Foreign Security Forces Training, Fort Polk, LA

2008, Joint Mortuary Affairs Course, 80 hours, Fort Lee, VA

2008, Combined Logistics Captains Career Course, Fort Lee, VA

2006, Environmental Compliance Officer Training, 40 hours, Fort Carson, CO

2006, Commanders Safety Course, 40 hours, Fort Rucker, AL

2006, Casualty Notification/ Casualty Assistance Officer, 40 hours, Ft. Carson, CO

2006, Junior Officer Petroleum Course, Ft. Lee, VA

2005, Quartermaster Officer Basic Course, Ft. Lee, VA

TECHNOLOGY SKILLS:

Proficient in: Windows 7 OS, Microsoft Office Suite

HONORS AND AWARDS:

Commandant’s List (top 10% of 200 officers) of Combined Logistics Captains Career Course

Honor Graduate (top 5% of 150 officers) of Quartermaster Officer Basic Course

Recognized by peers and instructors as group “Superior Logistician” during the Combined Logistics Captains Career Course

Recognized by peers as Officer who most exemplifies Army values during the Quartermaster Officer Basic Course

Army Commendation Medal: 5x awarded; Army Achievement Medal: 3x awarded

Valorous Unit Award (Permanent Award); Meritorious Unit Commendation (Permanent Award); Army Superior Unit Award (Permanent Award); Army Good Conduct Medal

National Defense Service Medal: 2x awarded; Afghan Campaign Medal: 1 Campaign Star

Iraq Campaign Medal: 2 Campaign Stars; Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; Korean National Defense Service Medal

Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon; Army Service Ribbon

Overseas Service Ribbon: 2x awarded

COMMITTEES, AFFILIATIONS AND TASK FORCES:

Association of Quartermasters, lifetime member



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