Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
• Served as Logistics Management Specialist in the capacity of Installation Accountable Officer by Command Letter for a multi-class Supply Support Activity (SSA). Provided logistical support to Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) Rotational Units and Fort Polk tenant units. Oversaw stock record account (SRA) maintained by Supply and Services Division, consisting of 3533 ATF lines valued in excess of $9 MIL.
• Served as the organization representative participating in installation and tactical level reviews of Authorized Stockage Lists.
• Monitored Inventory Management functions to include annual and cyclic inventories with a 99% inventory accuracy rating.
• Achieved 4 out of 5 rating from Department of the Army Inspector General (DAIG) Army Supply Critical Performance standards during 2018 annual inspection.
• Performed the functions of Installation DoDAAC Coordinator to Create, Modify, and Delete DoDAACs/ UICs in Army enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP) for all Fort Polk tenant units and deploying rotational unit.
• Oversaw customer accounts for Overdue Deliveries, Dock to stock, Reconciliations Accounts, Frustrated Requisitions, Supply Discrepancies, Order Accuracy and On-time shipping/Final Deliveries.
• Supervised Customer Relationship Management for all Logistics functions, to include unit deployment of supplies, training, overseeing workload, and customer feedback.
• Supervised over 50,000 lbs. of excess property per week to DLA Disposition Services, Red River Army Depot.
• Served as the primary customer facing point of contact for the order fulfillment process for Fort Polk units, CONUS and OCONUS.
• Monitored Global Combat Support Systems- Army reports and parameters.
• Maintained oversight of routine transactions and document flows to ensure compliance with business processes and procedures supporting the Single Stock Fund.
• Evaluated automated supply systems and trained users on new or revised automated logistics systems.
- Logistics Management Specialist at Logistics Readiness Center
- Senior Logistics Manager at U.S. Army
- Warehouse Manager at U.S. Army
- Logistics Management Specialist at U.S. Army
1 year, 6 months at this Job
- Master's - Rehabilitation Counseling
- Bachelors of Science in Criminal Justice - Criminal Justice
Logistics Management Specialist responsible for planning, managing, developing and reporting logistics operations and projects for the Supply Division under the direction of the Army Sustainment Command (ASC) Distribution Management Center; responsible for the personnel management of the Division's Department of the Army Civilian (DAC) and military personnel. Supervises the management and accountability of over $54 million of supply transactions for ASC, FORSCOM and all supporting customers. Monitors Release Strategy for Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army) for eight Logistic Readiness Centers. Advises and assists CONUS LRC Managers on supply policy, procedures, and management of 292K lines of Authorized Stockage Lists valued at over $11 Billion. Coordinate and exercise managerial direction over the integration of supply, maintenance, new equipment training, and transfer of equipment in support of Total Package Fielding. Conduct research, analyze and review data for assigned systems, to determine solutions to logistics problems to circumvent potential program slippage. Prepare and present briefings, information papers on the various logistics topics. Represent organizations on integration of logistics.
- Logistics Management Specialist at US Army Sustainment Command Distribution Management Center
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- Supervisor at 584th Maintenance Company
2 years, 10 months at this Job
- Bachelors - Business Management Information Systems
Total Asset Visibility using Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Naval Acquisition Development Program Internship Logistics Management Specialist graduate with DAWIA Level III Lifecycle Logistics.
- Logistics Management Specialist at NAWCWD 6.8
- Government Property Management Specialist at Active Secret Clearance
- Logistics Specialist at US Navy
- VFA-102 IMRL MGR at US Navy
3 years, 11 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Science - Aeronautics
Maintained equipment records and various warehouse activities. Prepared unit and organizational supply documents, received inspected, loaded, segregated, delivered and inventoried installation supplies and equipment. Handled shipping documents, made purchase requests, maintained stock records, stored supplies. Conducted inventories. Worked with Dell and Windows 10 computer systems NC National Guard Raleigh, North Carolina Logistics Management Specialist February 2010 - Present
- Logistics Management Specialist at NC National Guard
- Automated Supply Specialist at NC National Guard
- Supply Technician at NC National Guard
- Materials Examiner and Identifier at NC National Guard
8 years, 11 months at this Job
- - Security & Management
Work Experience: Natick U.S Army Soldier Systems Center: Logistics Readiness Center (LRC) 15 General Greene Ave Natick, MA 01760 06/2018-Present Salary GS-12: $81,077 Hour per work: 40 Supervisor Logistics Management Specialist Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills Serve as the Chief of Logistics Plans and Operations (P&O) Division and Directorate of Logistics (DOL) plan, direct, coordinate, manage and review all actions concern with providing strategic logistical planning support for 10 Department of Defense (DoD) research/development agencies with over 2010 civilian/military personal at Natick Soldier Systems Center (NSSC) and supervise 3 employees at Logistics Readiness Center (LRC) NSSC. And, also serve as the Acting Director in the absence of the Director, and Deputy to the Director at all times. Participate in several Integrated Program Teams (IPT) and Work Groups: Threat Working Group, Natick Supply Action Committee, General Services Administration (GSA) Vehicle Utilization Board, Anti- terrorism Executive Committee (ATEC), Real Property Planning Board, Natick Leadership Advisory Board, Security Officer, Army Sustainment Command (ASC) Contract Management Review (CMR), ASC Maintenance Review, 404th Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB) Regional Food Service Meeting, ASC Quarterly Funding Review, Emergency Management Working Group, and Space Utilization Review Board. Provide mitigation solutions to the Army Material Command (AMC), ASC, 404th AFSB, Installation Commander and LRC-Director on various Department of Army (DA) and Installation Management Command (IMCOM) regulatory policies/plans which might impose major impact to the LRC objectives, goals, policies, logistical operations and resource readiness. Prepare briefs for the Command and Staff/ operations, gather information to present to senior commanders on Personnel Status Report (PERSTAT), Commander Update Brief (CUB) and Situation Report (SITREP). Oversee Interservice Support Agreements (ISSA), Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), Blank Purchase Agreements (BPA), resource management, Brigade/ taskings, employee training program, Installation Equipment Maintenance Program, master driver’s program, dispatching operations, GSA fleet operations, Installation’s Military Dining Facility Operations, information management, The Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DoDAAC) assignments, NSSC container yard operations and NSSC fuel point and LRC facility maintenance program. Advise the Director of LRC on administrative, management, and logistics services support for the LRC with annual budget of $3.4M and 15 civilian employees. And, also on the measures for performance of tasks, special programs, studies, Strategic Planning, Review & Analysis (R&A), Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP), Installation Status Report (ISR), Performance Management Reviews (PMR), Productivity Improvement Review (PIR), Command Levels of Support /Baseline Standard (CLS/BLS), Tables of Distribution and Allowances (TDA), Financial Liability Investigations (FLIPL) and the implementation of Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF). Review all 13 LRC MOAs/ISSAs valued over $175K ensuring they’re current and IAW 10 U.S.C. Section 503 and Army Regulation (AR) 601-208 as need for funding Work breakdown structure (WBS) and vendor’s compliance. Offer technical assistance services to the contracting officer to include proposed changes and modifications in support contract agreements (SCA) and contract provisions. Coordinate with resource manager to ensure LRC $3.4M budget plan meets the 80% obligation rate during the 1st QTR of the FY. Communicate with 404th AFSB, ASC, AMC for available funds for current and future acquisition/service obligations while meeting the short/long strategic logistics objectives directed by AMC. Re-evaluate/updated budgetary changes in cost, intent, priority, CAP GAPs and Program Objective Memoranda (POM) if needed within Enterprise Requirements Management System (ERMS). Analyzes budget/logistical data to identify weaknesses, patterns, and trends that can be communicated to the LRC Director, Senior Leadership and customers within LRC logistical footprint to improve financial readiness. Manage NSSC dining facility (DFAC) operations with annual budget of $2.6M, assets valued over $100K with 11 contract workers ensuring the contractor is adhering to the guidelines of the Performance Work Statement (PWS) during the period of performance. Authenticate Installation Food Program Manager monthly quality assurance (QASP), quarterly Program Management Review (PMR), Contract Management Reviews (CMR) and yearly Contractor Performance Assessment Reports (CPAR) are conducted and accurate IAW AR 30-20, DA Pam 30-22, TB MED 530, Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and The Joint Culinary Center of Excellence (JCCoE). Develop a contingency plan for DFAC encase there is remove for cause, strike.etc. to ensure continuous ration support to NSSC. Examine/Disturb over 300 taskers from 404th AFSB, ASC, and AMC as they are received and assign to the appropriate subject matter expert in the LRC for action with 98% suspense date completion. Monitor LRC-GSA fleet budget of $192K and Network Enterprise Command (NEC) budget of $23K annually to ensure they stay within budgetary requirements to reduce LRC allover operational budget. Implement an effective maintenance program with annual budget of 284K improving equipment non-availability repair downtime from 35 days to 15 days with a 95% reliability, availability and maintainability rating. Confirm all 466 non-tactical vehicles/equipment are in Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS) and non-standard vehicles are in Global Combat Supply System (GCSS-A) with service dates. Create vehicle licensing program IAW AR 600-55 which supports 2120 civilians/Military personnel with standard issued DA 348 (Military driving license) and 100% accountability of all DA 348-1(training record). Verify monthly that the fuel point manager is accurately accounting for the 750 Gal of diesel/ 250 Gal of gasoline valued over $3K and fuel card usage IAW AR 710-2, DA PAM 710-2-1, AR 11-27 and AR 190-51. Direct LRC government purchasing card agent to stay within the thresholds and/or compliance with the Davis Bacon Act, Service Contract Act and Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) during acquisition and/or service purchases. Evaluate DoDAAC coordinator assignment and tracking of customer’s assigned DoDAAC and submission into Logistics Automated Information System (LOGAS) IAW Defense Logistics manual 4000.25. Supervise LRC training coordinator verifying 100% of all mandatory training for all 15 employees is completed within the fiscal year in Total Employee Development (TED) IAW AR 350-1. Spearhead an effective installations container control management program IAW FM 55-80, ASC directive and NSSC SOP in which 110 containers valued over $325K will be properly mark, inventory and all documentation submitted to LRC property book officer for 100% accountability in GCSS-A. Inspect key control procedures monthly ensuring all 200 keys are account for and the key custodian complies of AR 190-13. Confirm LRC facility coordinator is submitting work orders and conducting monthly inspections of the interior/exterior of the LRC $1M building complex. Manage the workload of 3 subordinate employees and exercise technical and administrative supervision including the planning of the overall workload. Assign employees’ priorities of work and scheduling based on LRC mission statement. Lead quarterly or as need Individual Development Plan (IDP) review/discussion with employees on professional developmental goals and facilitate accomplishment of goals ensuring they’re on track to achieve fully successful and/or outstanding performance ratings. DoD certify in Army Emergency Operations Center (EOC) procedures and serve as the representative for the LRC during NSSC emergency events. Supervisor: Donna Stok (508) 233-5562 Okay to contract this Supervisor: Yes
- Supervisor Logistics Management Specialist at Natick U.S Army Soldier Systems Center: Logistics Readiness Center (LRC)
- Logistics Management Specialist at US. Army Communication Electronics Command
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- Industrial Specialist at Lowell st
7 months at this Job
- Certificate - Lean Six Sigma Green Belt
- Master's - Business Administration
- Bachelor's - Management
Assigned to serve as a logistics management specialist into one of three career programs, as follows: SUPPLY MANAGEMENT: Analyzed and forecasted requirements for materiel and determining solutions. Coordinated and oversaw distribution of new equipment to army units worldwide. Assisted in the planning and budgeting to support army requirements. Obtaining and expediting material to support emergency operations. MATERIEL MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT: Solved problems identified during the design, production and initial deployment of equipment. Assisted in planning, estimating and expediting manpower, machines and materiel in the repair and fabrication of equipment and supplies. Performed cost accounting and statistics associated with production operations. Logistics Management Specialist * [email protected] * 240-435-8375 Department of The Army ~~~~~~ TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT: Assisted in the planning, scheduling and supervising transportation of personnel, equipment and supplies. Tracked the movement of material by synchronizing the use of all modes of transportation. TRAINING: Maximized the effectiveness of the manpower and personnel to fight, operated, and sustain equipment at the highest standards and lower costs.
- LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST at Department of The Army
- PROPERTY DISPOSAL TECHNICIAN at Defense Logistics Agency, Disposition Services
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- SALES STORE CHECKER at Defense Commissary Agency
1 year at this Job
- Master Degree in Intelligence Studies - Terrorism
- Bachelors of Science in Public Safety Administration - Public Safety Administration
Military Intelligence Readiness Command 372nd Military Intelligence Battalion 1600 Seymour Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45237 United States 10/2018 - Present Hours per week: 40 Series: 0346 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 9 Logistics Management Specialist (This is a federal job) Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Serve as a staff logistician with responsibility for participation in the development and integration of logistics applications to improve the effectiveness of the Army logistics process and improve command and control and logistics decision making at all levels. I have specialized functional and technical expertise in Army supply, maintenance, and transportation processes. Review and assess logistic operational shortfalls and identifies opportunities for improvement in the logistics process. Analyze, interpret, and evaluate Department of Defense (DoD), Army, and Major Command (MACOM) Logistics policies and procedures and a wide variety of other regulatory guidance. Serve as Contracting Officer's Representative for contracts in support of assigned projects. Ensure that actions are accomplished within the scope of the contract, within prescribed timeframes and within budgetary requirements. Develop credible and timely input for budget requirements for resource management of projects. Maintain liaison and participates with DoD; Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) staff; Army MACOMs, other services/agencies; and industry. Knowledge of basic Project Management principles and methodologies; Knowledge of contracting laws, rules, and regulations; Exercises a high degree of judgment in selecting and applying guides, and in interpreting and resolving conflicts between existing guides. Employ resourcefulness, initiative, imagination, and judgment based on experience to extend traditional methods, practices, and techniques to resolve problems.
- Logistics Management Specialist at United States Army Reserve
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3 months at this Job
- Bachelor's Degree - Liberal Arts
Bldg. 350, Rodman Ave. Rock Island, IL 61299 09/ 2016 - Present Hours per week: 40 Logistics Management Specialist Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: Serves as a Senior Logistician for Support Operations, Army Sustainment Command. Responsible for identifying and justifying specific requirements for materiel, equipment, and services to support assigned programs and projects. Participates in and provides guidance to lower graded employees for the planning, managing, integration and execution of force projection and logistic sustainment operations. Analyzes results of fact-finding studies, both internally and externally generated, and prepares comprehensive reports of conclusions and recommendations for headquarters policy determination or modification. Awarded the Commanding General's coin for excellence, expert with all Microsoft Office programs. Supervisor: Ms. Roslyn Accoo (309) 782-3123 Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
- Logistics Management Specialist at U.S. Army, Army Sustainment Command
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2 years, 4 months at this Job
As Food Program Manager, establish plans, resolve issues, and coordinate on matters pertaining to food service (AFMIS), maintenance, transportation, and logistical readiness with United States Army Reserve Command (USARC), Army Reserve Medical Command (AR-MEDCOM) staff, and subordinate units. Assist the Senior Logistics Management Specialist (LMS) in developing and maintaining transportation and food service spreadsheets to achieve effective operational readiness. As a member of the Command Supply and Discipline Program (CSDP), inspect equipment and facilities and make suggestions for resolution of issues. As billing official for HHC AR-MEDCOM certify credit card charges for food, services and supplies. Provide AFMIS and Food Service Scanner training for new soldiers. Establish and maintain positive working relationships with outside vendors, including numerous bus companies.
- LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST at United States Army Reserve Command
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11 years, 6 months at this Job
- B.A. - English language and literature
ASC (401st AFSB) 401st AFSB TPE Bagram, Afghanistan
Kabul, Afghanistan, Salerno, Afghanistan and Kuwait City, Kuwait
DECEMBER 2010 - June 2015 Duty Title: Logistics Management Specialist
Hours per week: 72 Series: 0346 Pay Plan: GS Grade: 13
Logistics Management Specialist/Contracting Officer Representative- GS-13
• Managed 15+ personnel of the contract partnership to include Honeywell, AECOM, and ManTech, Lockheed Martin as well as other contractors.
• Responsible for Auditing, writing, editing policies and continuity of procedures, legal and military memorandum of agreements.
• Experienced supervisor in applying administrative laws, regulations, concepts, principles, precedents and policies applicable to Squadrons, Unit Commanders, Program Managers and Contractors and other assigned programs.
• Conduct employee performance reviews, site surveys which requires a tremendous amount of travel to combat zones.
• Experienced analyzing, coordinating and improving cost and supply chain support throughout the squadron to recognize and resolve logistics support problems and discrepancies.
• Supervised performances of causative research and prepares documentation to support inventory Adjustment Reports (IARs)
• Experienced applying knowledge of transportation management to plan, screen and advice on contract requirements, equipment and supply requirements, and training, storage, and facilities requirements to facilitate maintenance and availability programs.
• Prepared reports on materials, supplies, and equipment availability, storage space, relocation of material and Material Release Denials(MRDs)
• Develop performance standards for subordinates, assess training needs, and arrange for subordinate development.
• As a Logistics Manager with additional duties as a Primary Hand Receipt Holder in the CENTCOM Area of Responsibility (AOR), I managed a staff of warehouse employees and supervisors.
• Accountable for and safeguard government equipment, material maintenance with supporting elements related to the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) aspects of support training, manpower in preparation for defense readiness at the highest levels.
• Managed integrated logistics support tasks performed under development and acquisition contracts, assisting in developing cost estimates and spending plans and evaluating contractor performance.
• Managed inventory procedures, dollar value capital equipment listings, prepare adjustment documents for shortages IAW AR 735-5.
• Implemented all equipment via the Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW) and expedite them through the wholesale process, AWRDS, LMP to the Army Reset Program.
• Planned and developed operations plans, SOPs and exercise input IAW ARMY Material Command (AMC), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and U.S. Forces Afghanistan (USAFOR-A)
• Developed and implemented procedures in the form of a process flow map which outlines the daily operations at the Amnesty Found on Installation warehouse.
• Overseen and support Program Managers, Unit Commanders and primary hand receipt holders with information on hand receipt inventories and purchases requests;
• Supervised the development of a logistics integrated master schedule for each segment of the project.
• Supervised the resource requirements (e.g., manpower, budgets, technical data and equipment) to support asset systems throughout the life cycle.
• Developing optimized integrated logistics support and sustainment plans and processes supporting mission readiness, system availability and operational effectiveness.
• Prepare ILS planning reports for program execution, weapons systems management and sustainment, and readiness and mobilization. Direct, develop or perform logistics management operations that involve planning, coordinating, or evaluating the logistical actions required to support a specified missions.
• Serves as the Contracting Officer Technical Representative for contractor personnel assigned to multiple sites, as in the Small Arms Support Center. Performs monthly audits to insure contractor maintains quality assurance throughout Quality Assurance Plan (QASP).
• Analyzes and advises on transportation considerations relative to the domestic and international movement of equipment, supplies, and personnel via surface and air modes.
• Direct, develop or perform logistics management operations that involve planning, coordinating, or evaluating the logistical actions required to support a specified mission, weapons system, or other designated program.
• Performs the full scope of receiving, warehousing and storage, issue of assets, care of stock in storage, inventory accountability, packing, packaging and marking, Direct Turnover (DTO) material, Theater Consolidation and Shipping Point (TCSP) processing, container staging and demurrage charges management, Material Processing Center (MPC) operations and delivery or preparation for shipping.
• Experienced supervisor in applying administrative laws, regulations, concepts, principles, precedents and policies applicable to Squadrons, Unit Commanders, Program Managers and Contractors and other assigned programs.
• Assesses customer requirements and reviews contracts, modifications and customer imposed surveillance requirements to gain a clear understanding of customer expectations for assigned contracts.
• Planning and determining distributions and positioning of supplies among major supply stations and using activities; conducting research in conjunction with demand planning and associated functions within Inventory access and accountable systems
• Conducting projects and studies related to the execution of the quality control programs for inventory control and receipts functions within various Inventory Systems
• Perform periodic independent systems evaluations and develop recommendations for system improvements based on a thorough and comprehensive study and analysis. Schedule and monitor and funding milestones for adequacy and timeliness.
• Utilizes delivery and production reports and analyzes a supplier's production plan for key pacing events and root causes; initiates continuous improvement opportunities. Quality Management:
• Analyzing interrelated issues of effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity, developing recommendations to resolve issues and problems, and applying program and logistics management principles to ensure program accomplishment.
• Serves as a member of a multi-functional or technical team as a Quality Assurance Specialist and liaison for the contractor partnership.
• Developing, identifying, defining, and resolving complex technical and management issues related to manning, logistics, funds, etc., and the corresponding development efforts to facilitate the notification and determination of alternative ways to achieve the best mix of forces, equipment, and support;
• Coordinates and leads the Theater Property Equipment (TPE) Teams conducting property accountability and asset visibility operations at dispersed locations.
• Reviews and ensures equipment, material, people, environment, methods, and other inputs to new/changed production/manufacturing processes and associated process controls to assure that all contractual technical requirements are met for new/modified items or for products transitioning from design to production.
• Ensures compliance with Department of the Army (DA) regulations, Theater property accounting policies or recommends new ones. Identifies and defines problems in property management operations, formulates corrective actions and develops recommendations for issues to be addressed in property management plans.
• Performs risk assessments and analyses; ensures compliance with higher level quality contract requirements, performing risk planning to address specific contract, customer and Defense Contract Management Agency policy requirements.
• Serving as Contracting Officer Representative for maintenance contracts and the repair of and life cycle management of exercise equipment Leadership:
• Supervise personnel responsible for all quality assurance matters at facilities where the contractor is designing and building new components on Major Defense Programs and buying activity customers.
• Manages all materiel distribution activities, including organic ground transportation for cargo and personnel.
• Ensures coordination with all functional elements involved in property accountability. Provides program managers with background information, planning rationales, and alternatives. Coordinates with program managers on new equipment fielding initiatives to insure cradle-to- grave accountability requirements are met. Recommends new property accounting and management support concepts.
• Responsible for enhancing logistics readiness, property accountability and support effectiveness within all areas of responsibility. Resolves complex logistics problems affecting numerous activities and units throughout all geographical areas, and develops and oversees implementation of corrective actions and program enhancements.
• Ensures that traffic management and transportation services required to support the mission are accomplished. Inspects, or provides for inspection of commercial carrier terminals to locate and expedite delivery of astray government shipment. Conduct review of transportation options considering delivery requirements, lowest overall cost, contractual requirements, and other mission requirements.
• Manages and reviews supply transactions based on dollar limitations, status of Obligation Authority (OA), status of consumer funds and verifying with requisitioning activity. Coordinates with budget personnel (Budget Analyst, Supply Management Officer, and comptroller personnel) to determine authorizations for commitment and expenditure of funds.
• Coordinate between MCT functions to ensure efficient, timely, and cost effective support to the customer. Identify and troubleshoot problem areas in movement and recommends solutions to management.
• Monitor movements through final delivery to ensure shipment is delivered in accordance with shipper's schedules and contractual terms.
• Responsible for integration of supply, maintenance and other logistical functions for assigned weapon systems. Monitor, review, and induct transactions to ensure affecting requirements have been considered and correctly applied. Employ various logistics programs and automated data systems to accomplish measuring and assessing supply operations. Lead a group of Employees on sustainment issues, providing oversight of supply operations and inventory management for secondary items.
• Prepared and maintained receipt documents and CDRL's. Inspect cargo against packing lists and annotated overage, shortage or damage. Inspect cargo utilizing Department of Defense Directives, Technical Bulletins, Army Regulations and DA Pamphlets for the safe handling, processing, scheduling and maintaining records relating to cargo movement.
• Working closely with customers to ensure desired movement objectives, priorities and schedules are met and communicated to management.
• Perform Seaport, Airport, A/DACG, HTD, HazMat, and other Movement Control Functions.
• Analyze work processes and develops matrixes for measuring performance.
• Prepare, comply, and submit reports on work schedule, activities, operations, and production.
• Confer with the USG customer, supervisors, contractors, and other personnel to exchange information and resolve problems effectively.
- Logistics Management Specialist at HQ-Rock Island
- WHOLESALE Logistics Manager at HONEYWELL TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS INC
- WHOLESALE SUPPLY TECHNICIAN at CSA LTD Camp Arifjan
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4 years, 6 months at this Job
- M.A. - Public Policy/Int. Studies
- B.A. - Economics & Politics
- High School Diploma