SENIOR SUPPLY TECHNICIAN (GS-2005-09)
6th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (05/27/2008 – 12/18/2009)
Fort Bliss Texas United States Army
Supervisor: CW4, Deander Wilson 915 861-4586
QUALIFICATIONS Performance oriented, able to adapt to new and/or stressful conditions. Over (28) twenty-eight years of logistical experience and over (15) fifteen years of experience as a Supply Supervisor/Team Leader in a fast paced military unit. Perform as a Supply Technician in an Air Defense Artillery training Brigade providing logistical service and customer support. Member of a team which serves as the Primary Advisor to the Brigade Commander on all logistical functions: Supply, equipment, accountability, facilities, and budget actions. Monitors and enforces the Brigades Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP). Inspects subordinate battalions and conducts quarterly Staff Assistance Visits (SAV). Monitor the Brigades International Merchant Purchase Authorization Card Program (IMPAC) and assures that the card is appropriately used for the expeditious procurement of mission essential supplies and equipment. Assist in supporting 24 primary hand receipts holders using the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE). Works within a framework of established supply regulations, policies, and procedures, and other governing supply management guidelines to include the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
SUPPLY TECHNICIAN (GS-2005-06)
Charlie Battery 2-6 ADA (07/11/2005 – 05/26/2008)
Fort Bliss Texas United States Army
Supervisor: Capt, Anthony G. Dunant 915 – 568-4690
Served as a Senior Supply Technician assigned to US Army Air Defense Artillery School. Performed duties involving requisitioning, purchasing, receiving, distribution, storage, disposal and reconciliation of expendable and non-expendable items. Managed the acquisition of information systems equipment, including hardware, software, telecommunications equipment
and support services. Performed as Supply Technician in a Consolidated Supply Office for 6th Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Brigade servicing 850 personnel. Supervised, professional development, and welfare of five subordinates supply technicians in the battalion. Maintained accountability of over $6,000,000 worth of equipment through an accounting system associated with supply management. Calculated and executed the requisition, receipt, issue, storage and disposal of government property in a garrison and war time environment.
Maintained the office filing system, received and processed End of Month Reports. Prepare government property. Reviewed and edited supply requisitions for completeness, accuracy and compliance with Army Regulations. Assured stock numbers, prices, sources of supply & other data were correct on requisitions. Recommended and executed the local purchase of supplies and equipment more cost effective to the Government. Maintained records
of all transportation motor vehicle requests and facility work orders. Operated a personal computer with various software programs. Served as a VISA government credit card holder with authority to purchase and issue supplies & equipment. Mentored nine company supply technicians on their daily logistical transactions for all classes of supplies in a war time environment. Directed, coordinated and monitored inventories in a war time environment, resulting in 100% accountability. Monitored and conducted the property accountability for over 100 personnel, living quarters valued over $ 100, 000. Identified and facilitated the deployment of the non-expendable and durable equipment for Operation Enduring Freedom. Analyzed, and executed countless of supply
transactions to ensure sensitive items equipment were properly accounted for and deployed. Requested, received and issued equipment and supplies maintain continuity of unit during BRAC movement valued over $60, 000,000 which improved the relocation to Fort Sill. Performed broad range of supply actions. Coordinated requests for all supplies requisitioned by Brigade/Battalion S-4. Monitored requisition, issue and turn-in of supplies and property valued at $2 Million. Reviewed proposed purchases assuring accordance with fiscal year property plan and that do not exceed budgeting
limitations, and are authorized for purchase. Recorded utilization and demand data. Prepared documentation for transfer of excess ADPE. Assisted in updating Brigade/Battalion S-4 supply standard operating procedures. Prepared annual budget for general and ADPE supplies. Monitored expenditures and administered local policy pertaining to supply accountability and VISA credit card procedures. Managed maintenance of IMPAC purchase card log which provided running records of information pertaining to transactions
made on government credit card. Maintained register of purchases with supporting monthly Statement of Account (SOA). Maintained register of purchases with supporting documentation. Reviewed, verified and reconciled monthly SOA ensuring all documents (purchase) request, sales slips and delivery tickets) are legible, accurate, completed and on hand. Prepare a wide variety of budgetary and contract/procurement forms. Prepared documentation required to justify and support projected funding and proposed expenditures. Analyzed costs incurred to insure that projected expenditures did not vary significantly from obligations. Prepared statistical feeder data for various logistical/supply reports as required. Maintained close coordination with school officials on supply and equipment requirements. Analyzed and studied functions of Consolidated Supply Office determining which improvements
or corrective actions are most beneficial to the total school without impacting or changing requirements of higher headquarters. Ensured that assigned supply requirements are processed accurately and timely.
Developed local supply standards, procedures, and regulatory guidance. Provided training as required. Disseminated supply guidance to users, and reviewed and prepared recommendations concerning all requests for waivers for purchasing furniture, draperies, etc.
Maintained supply storage area in accordance with regulatory guidance. Ensured that proper storage procedures are used to avoid damage, organized and arranged items in manner that ensured easy access and inventory.
L3 COMMUNICATIONS 10/13/2003-07/05/2005 SUPPLY TECH
EL PASO, Texas United States
Supervisor: CW3 LEWIS – 915 – 204-3150; Contact: Yes
Supervised 4 employees and performed duties involving receiving, shipping, requesting, storage, and forklift operations. Processed an average of 100 lines of ASL daily in the SARSS-1 system. Directed the receipt and turn-in of class IX parts, which resulted in zero items placed on the YIC list. Implemented a receiving system, which increased productivity by 35% in the receiving section. Knowledgeable in Microsoft applications (Power Point, Word, Excel, and Forms Flow). Provided customer service and general clerical procedures.
OCCUPATION: 92Y, Unit Supply Specialist (JUL 1993-JAN 2003)
Employer: US Army
Supervisor: CW2 Cornejo
Address: Fort Bliss, Texas 79916
Supervised and performed duties involving requests, receipts, storage, issuing, accountability, and preservation of expendable supplies and inventory inspection for future deliveries. Maintained accounting system associated with supply management. Secured and controlled supplies. Proficient with Microsoft applications (Power Point, Word, Excel, and Form
Flow) in work assignments. Proficient in the SARRS system. General clerical procedures and provided technical guidance in areas of supply management. Reviewed records and information documents for accuracy and completeness. Coordinated supply activities and posted transaction to organize installation property books and supported transaction files. Developed and executed training programs for supply management. Advised supply officer and commanders. Utilized general supervisory skills to assist in performing
supply and inventory control management duties; reviewed documentation for accuracy: recommendations for professional development activities for subordinates.
OCCUPATION: 76Y, Unit Supply Specialist (JUN 1981-JUN 1993)
Employer: US Army
Supervised and performed duties connected with requisitions, receipts, storage, accountability, and issuance of individual organizational and installation supplies, clothing and equipment. Prepared supply records, forms, and controlled inventory listings, reports using Army computer software. Managed supply requisitions and distribution for supply unit. Posted inventory transactions, prepared and collected cash vouchers for lost
or damaged items. Maintained security for records and weapons: prepared weapons and ammunition reports for the commander. Determined methods and techniques as well as supervised the issuing, handling, and security of sensitive items and small arms.
ADDITIONAL SKILL IDENTIFIERS
G3- Standard Property Book System-Redesign (SPBS-R)
Tactical Army Combat Service Support Computer System (TACCS)
Western Technical College
Degree: Associate of Occupational Studies in Automotive Technology
American Council on Education for 92Y In the lower-division, baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in supply management, 3 in records and information management, 3 in personnel supervision, 3 in bookkeeping, 3 in clerical procedures, and 3 in computer applications based on an individualized assessment of the student. In the upper-division baccalaureate category, 6 semester hours for field experience in management (3/95)
Contracting Officer Representative (COR)
Mission Performance Assessment (CON 112)
Mission Strategy Execution (CON 111)
Mission Support Planning (CON 110)
Logistics Integrated Warehouse (LIW)
Achievement Medal For Civilian Service
Property Book Unit Supply Enhancement (PBUSE)
Equal Opportunity Representative
Hazardous Material Driver
Interactive Multimedia Instruction Workshop
Defense Property Disposal System
Unit Organization Supply Procedures Course
Transport of Dangerous Cargo on Highways
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Date: Jan 25, 2010 @ 09:00AM