I have over 20 years' experience as an Automated Logistics Specialist (92A) in the U.S. Army. I have worked in all aspects of the logistical supply field in the U.S. Army. Responsible for requisitioning, receiving and distribution of over 10.6 million dollars of class I, II, III, IV, VII and IX products. I've prepared daily, weekly and monthly reports, and logistical summary slides for Battalion and Brigade briefings. I have crossed trained over 50 soldiers on all aspects of warehouse distribution operations, and I am committed to excellence and accomplish all tasks to the highest of standards. I am confident that I can become a vital asset within this organization.
WORK HISTORY McLane Children's Hospital, Temple, Texas Sr. Supply Distribution Tech 2012-2013
Â· Ensure all PARs are inventoried, stocked, and maintained according to standard operating procedures Â· Utilized PeopleSoft to issue products, process orders, and find items Â· Research packages with incorrect or missing addresses ensuring they are delivered to the proper location Â· Acts as a product expert, knowing how to navigate PeopleSoft to find item numbers, substitutes and usage information Â· Maintain accurate inventory levels by spot checking supply shelves and supply nurse carts for potential stock out or low items Â· Maintain all pars including par changes, additions, and deletions ensuring all products have accurate labels and size appropriate bins Â· Act as the leading resource for questions involving products from nurses and nurse managers Â· Use RFID system to keep track of all hospital equipment assigned to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Â· Ensure cleanliness of all equipment and nurse servers Â· Call in work orders on all damage or broken equipment Â· Stock and set up rooms to prepare for patients arrival Â· Clean and inventory rooms after patients discharge or transfer Â· Assist in patient transport between units
U.S. Army, 404th ASB 4ID, Fort Hood, Texas Material Control Supervisor, Support Operations 2007-2010
Â· Trained Co-workers on SAMS1, SAMS2E and SARSS logistics operations Â· Meticulously planned, coordinated and executed Class 1 ration operations for a Brigade Task force of over 2700 soldiers Â· Maintained operational readiness and accountability of over $27 million worth of assigned Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) Â· Performed duties of Battalion Plans Officer, forwarding crucial data on ammo, fuel, repair parts, vehicle and equipment readiness and Class 1 ration to higher headquarters for logistical planning Â· Expedited over $2 million in parts and equipment using Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW) Â· Researched, requisitioned and monitored status of Class IX repair parts for the Brigade Â· Collected Data for the monthly Army Material Status Systems Report (AMSS) Â· Received, issued and turn-in of Aircraft on Ground parts (AOG) Â· Proficient with Microsoft Office Â· Knowledgeable of the Army supply regulations
U.S ARMY, 404th ASB 4ID, Fort Hood, Texas Material Control Supervisor, Distribution NCOIC 2003-2007
Â· Supervised the daily activities of the SSA with $25 million worth of aviation Class IX parts Â· Responsible for the input and output of all transactions between SARSS1 via SARSS2A/B Â· Accountable for the inventory and management of over $10 million worth of Authorized Stock List Â· Command selected by the Battalion commander to be the Supply Support Activity (SSA) Non Commission Officer In Charge over five other peers Â· Responsible for the welfare and training of 42 personnel Â· Assisted in the requisition, issue , storage and turn-in of over 188,140 stock listed items Â· Provided exceptional leadership during location survey and wall-to-wall inventory resulting in a 100% accuracy rate and no Inventory Adjustment Reports Â· Proposed addition, deletion and changes to the Authorized stock List (ASL) Â· Provided technical guidance in the establishment and implementation of the Standard Operating Procedures for warehouse operation improving customer satisfaction 100% Â· Exceeded DA standards with less that 1% discrepancies
USA Recruiting Command, Phoenix, AZ Assistant Station Commander/ Field Recruiter 2000-2003
Â· Recruited civilian personnel into the U.S. Army Â· Selected as Assistant Station Commander of a large Recruiting Station ahead of more tenured and experienced recruiters Â· Among the top 5% of all recruiters assigned to the company Â· Utilized historical recruiting data to increase assigned high school grad market Â· Spent personal hours training and tutoring Delayed Entry Program Members resulting in zero attrition during rated period Â· Increased Army's production in assigned market to 48% an increase of 14% during rated period Â· Selected as the Phoenix West Regional Company top new recruiter for FY01
U.S. Army, Fort Lee Virginia, Germany, Fort Hood, Texas Automated Logistics Specialist, Squad Leader, S4 NCOIC 1989-2000
Â· Served as Battalion Liaison to property book officer; maintained 100% accountability of all property, barracks, office buildings and equipment Â· Responsible for tracking reconciliation, hand receipts, lateral transfers, inventories, reports of surveys ammunition and document control register, knowledgeable with ULLS-4 Â· Managed stock records; maintain a less than 4% zero balance of authorized Prescribed Load List (PLL) Â· Supervised maintenance personnel on the proper use of TAMMS and PLL Â· Responsible for the turn in of over $30 million of excess parts and equipment Â· Unit Level Supply Non Commission Officer in Charge; accountable for $2 million of barracks furniture Â· Managed the receipt, storage and issue of supply parts, shop stock and bench stock
L.E Rabouin High School, New Orleans, LA
Diploma 1984 -1988 Central Texas College, Texas Major: Business Management Jun - 2014
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