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Address: 7903 Orion Circle, #0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Phone: H (xxx-xxx-xxxx M (xxx-xxx-xxxx
Logistics Management; Procurement; Purchasing; Supply Transactions, Regulations & Procedures; Material Identification; Warehouse Operations; Preparation of Inventory & Production Reports; Shipping & Receiving; Physical Distribution; On-site Automated Equipment & Systems; Clerical and Technical Support; Quality Assurance; Records Maintenance; Document Review; Data Generation; Information Compilation; Oral & Written Communications; Physical Handling of Supplies and Equipment; Inspections; Staff Training; Team Leadership; Negotiations; Distribution; Inventory Management; Sourcing;
Contracting; Budget Allocation/Administration; Operations
Purchasing Manager, 6/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Supervisor: James Farrell, 202-266-8236; firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: 37.5 per Week
Starting Salary: 56,500; Present Salary: 67,500
Contribute dynamic leadership skills toward managing all aspects of the Purchasing Department, with strong focus on optimizing productivity, efficiency and performance. Exhibit organizational skills and strong attention to detail in proficiently purchasing materials, supplies, equipment and services required to support company staff of 380.
Apply industry expertise toward setting up on-line Purchasing System Workplace, integral to streamlining workflow and promoting smooth flow of information. Teach classes for over 280 personnel in functional area, resulting in significant cost- and time-savings. Train, motivate and evaluate Staff Purchasers, playing an instrumental role in the development of top performing team members. Directly manage Purchasing and Contract Training for selected staff to ensure proper education on policies, procedures and regulations, and maximize quality assurance. Proactively assist with complex problems, exhibiting solid critical thinking abilities. Conduct comprehensive review and analysis of problems in order to define, develop and implement targeted solutions.
Identify technical issues and update software as needed, contributing strong technological skills. Collaborate with management in NAHB vendor selection and control, as well as setting up preferred vendor list with rebate contract rebate of over $50,000 in 2007 and $55.000 in 2008. Exhibit solid leadership qualities in supervising and directing the process of acquiring materials and supplies from vendors. Actively negotiate with vendors for best price on goods and services, further illustrating exceptional communication talents. Streamline orders and increase productivity/bargaining power by collaboratively working with vendors. Coordinate return of damaged goods, and review contracts for 13 departments.
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA-on site) Property Manager, 10/2004-6/0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000
Supervisor: Glen Holmdahl; 703-882-0887; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: 40 per Week
Starting Salary: 45,000; Ending Salary: 49,500
Demonstrated strong management abilities in developing and maintaining government property management system and procedures. Relied upon to manage reporting and recording of new property procured through task order, inventory and distributed to contractors. Strategically planned, coordinated and oversaw disposal of unserviceable and excess property using government prescribed procedures. Effectively followed oral and written instructions and ensured achievement of all government goals and objectives.
Proactively built, established and maintained professional relationships with program office, property management office, contractors and excess property depot personnel, further exhibiting exceptional communication and interpersonal relation skills. Efficiently established and maintained Program Office Equipment inventory, applying organizational skills to promote accuracy.
Senior Logistics Supervisor (S-4); Senior Supply Supervisor; Logistics Supervisor/Budget Manager, 12/1983-9/2004
United States Army C Various Locations
Supervisor: COL Scott Kubica, 334-255-3003
Hours: 40 + per Week
Starting Salary: 18,500; Ending Salary: 45,000
Achieved 22 years of experience in progressively higher levels of responsibility in supply chain management, logistics, purchasing and inventory; consistently promoted due to exceptional performance, dedication and knowledge. Exhibited solid industry expertise and leadership abilities in supervising and managing Logistics, Purchasing and Administrative activities in several large, multi-dimensional organizations.
Successfully developed and maintained Property Book Management System, turn-in procedures. Applied written communication and records maintenance skills toward documenting and maintained purchasing procedures. Proficiently obtained and evaluated competitive bids. Thoroughly reviewed and analyzed contracts, and managed Property book for Unit value over $400 million. Taught ULLS-G, ULLS-S-4 AND ULLS AIR For Proficiency to various staff members. Ensured all logistics personnel are properly trained and evaluated in diverse functional areas. Promptly identified issues and related to senior management; recommended solutions to improve performance and resolve problems.
1SG/Senior Logistics NCOIC/S4 NCOIC, 11/2002-2/2004
United States Army
HHC 7th BN 101ABN DIV, DEPLOYED
MOSUL, IRAQ Deployed,
Served as BN S-4 NCOIC/ 1SG for the Army s largest tactical aviation battalion. Deployed with three heavy assaults and one headquarters Companies, with over 804 soldiers, 48 CH-47D Helicopter, and 150 Vehicles. Demonstrated leadership and organizational skills in supervising organizational and installation property value in excess of $1 billion in a combat environment. Developed and executed training program for Logistics personnel and assisted S-4 Officer with all logistics and Supply Operations. Served as 1SG responsible for training, health, moral, and welfare of 120 Soldiers.
United States Army
HHC 7th BN 101ABN DIV DEPLOYED
TAST FORCE TALON
Served as First Sergeant for the Headquarters Company, in a heavy lift battalion deployed in Afghanistan, with accountability for training, moral, health, and welfare of 126 soldiers. Ensured the maintenance and operational readiness of 10 HMMWVs, 3-10K fork lift, 4 generators and miscellaneous equipment valued over $2.8 million. Responsible for the operation of a forward deployed ALOC.
Senior, Logistics NCOIC/S4 NCOIC, 6/2000-2/2002
United States Army
HHC 7th BN 101ABN DIV, FT Campbell KY
As the BN S-4 NCOIC for the Army s largest tactical aviation battalion consisting of three heavy assaults, and one headquarters Companies, with over 800 soldiers and 48 CH-47D Helicopter, served as the Administrate and Logistics Operation center NCOIC during all deployment. Ensured strict enforcement of Command Supply Discipline Program and oversaw proper equipment of the Battalion to deploy worldwide within 36 hours. Managed organizational and installation property valued over $1 billion. Played an instrumental role in the development of top performing logistics personnel by developing and executing training program. Proactively assisted S-4 Officer with all logistics and Supply Operations. Served as Platoon Sergeant responsible for training, health, moral, and welfare of 30 Soldiers.
Senior, Logistics NCOIC, 6/1998-6/2000
United States Army
C CO 7th BN 101ABN DIV, FT Campbell KY
Served as Supply Sergeant for the largest Heavy assault CH-47 helicopter company in the U.S Army, with a 36-hour transition to war time. Managed all installation and organizational property totaling in excess of $400 million, with 24 CH-47 Helicopter and 72 vehicles. Strategically coordinated all classes of supply for 22 sections and served as platoon sergeant responsible for health, moral, and welfare of 32 Soldiers. Maintained hand receipts and tracked property by using the Unit Level Logistics System-S4 (ULLS-4). Made direct contact with vendors to purchase supply and equipment. Maintained document control register for incoming and outgoing equipment. Monitored and initiated personnel actions and disseminated information to subordinates. Supervised, prepared and reviewed workload for 5 personnel. Ordered supplies and equipment to maintain unit readiness. Responsible for receiving, inspecting, loading, segregating, storing, issuing, delivering and turning in organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
Senior, Logistics NCOIC, 3/1997-6/1998
United States Army
1st BN 503 IN ASSALT, KOREA
Maintained hand receipts and tracked property by using the Unit Level Logistics System-S4 (ULLS-4).
Collaborated with vendors to purchase supply and equipment. Maintained document control register for incoming and outgoing equipment. Monitored and initiated personnel actions and disseminated information to subordinates. Supervised, prepared and reviewed workload for 8 personals. Ordered supplies and equipment to maintain unit readiness. Responsible for receiving, inspecting, loading, segregating, storing, issuing, delivering and turning in organizational and installation supplies and equipment.
Senior, Logistics NCOIC/ INSTRUCTOR, 2/1994-2/1997
United States Army
University of South Florida ROTC
Served as Logistics NCOIC and Military Science instructor, University of South Florida. Consisting of 100 cadets and 9 cadres. Managed command operating budget of $33,000. Responsible for all aspects of Logistics, Procurement, Inventoried, distribute and dispose of all classes of supplies used by the Program. Maintained property book valued over $45,000. Served as Military Science instructor for MS1 and MS2,
Logistics, NCOIC, 7/1990-2/1994
United States Army
WBAMC (William Beaumont Army Medical Center
As Supply NCOIC for a Medical Company MEDCEN with over 500 Soldiers assigned, oversaw all maintains and utility functions of company property. Promoted proper functioning of all property by effectively managing work orders. Cost-effectively allocated, administered and controlled $100,000+ budget. Relied upon to maintain property book with supply and equipment valued over $150,000, as well as maintaining hand receipts and tracking property by using the Unit Level Logistics System-S4 (ULLS-4). Directly negotiated with vendors to purchase quality supply and equipment while controlling costs. Ordered supplies and equipment to maintain unit readiness and managed all aspects of receiving, inspecting, loading, segregating, storing, issuing, delivering and turning in organizational and installation supplies and equipment. Maintained document control register for incoming and outgoing equipment. Monitored and initiated personnel actions and disseminated information to subordinates. Contributed leadership skills in overseeing and evaluating personnel.
Logistics, NCO, 4/1987-7/1990
United States Army
4th BA 12TH FA, Crailsheim, Germany
Proficiently supervised, planned and monitored a consolidated Supply and ammunition issue point. Oversaw technical supply assistance and evaluated subordinate units. Maintained full accountability of company equipment valued over $7.85 million. Organized and updated an automated property book using the Standard Property Book System (SPBS-R), as well as the document register for all classes supplies, and live and training ammunition. Served as the company Equal Opportunity NCO and Key Custodian for over 200 soldiers. Requested, received, inventoried, stored and accounted for all expendable and durable equipment and supplies. Advised the commander on all Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) issues and ensured proper training of troops for combat.
Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration - Somerset University, UK, 2004, 3.62 GPA & 126 Credits
Diploma New Paltz Central, New Paltz, NY, 1982
Senior Professional in Supply Management (SPSM) Certification
Logistics Management Development, 143 Course Hours
Logistical Coordination & Management Support
Purchasing and Negotiating (Advanced)
Deployable Supply Systems Training, 2002
Supply Specialist Course (Commandant's List) - US Army
Logistics Supervisor/Budget Manager, 1998
Supervision of Personnel & Customer Service
Basic and Advance System Administrator Course
Physical Security Course, Ft. Campbell, 1999
Supervision of Organizational Supply, 1989
Inventory advanced procurers
Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course (Honor Graduate) - US Army
Non-Commissioned Officer Basic Course - US Army
Primary Leadership Development Course - US Army
Equal Opportunity and Consideration of Others Course
Theater Army Medical Materiel Information System (TAMMIS)
Unit Level Logistics System (ULLS-S4) (ULLS-G) (ULLS-AIR)
Battalion Master Driver
Battalion Defensive Driver instructor
Microsoft Windows/Office Applications
World Wide Web Advanced Search Tools
Workplace and Great Plains, 2005
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