SITE LEAD AND LOGISTICAL SPECIALIST
September 2011 to April 2012
Close coordination with CENTCOM and USFOR-A J4 to support Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Task Force initiatives being delivering in a way to meet IOC / FOC milestones.
• Maintain in-transit visibility on all ISR TF initiatives delivering to theater.
• Identify bottlenecks and constraints with regard to movement of ISR TF initiatives to theater.
• Assist the Analytics Field Services Representatives team or other ISR TF entities with logistics and travel support.
• Assist communications technicians in the setup, diagnostics and repair of DVB-RCS and GBS ISR assets.
• Supervise all daily responsibilities for a staff of 3 personnel in Afghanistan.
• Responsible for the submission of daily and weekly reports to higher headquarters.
July 2009 to April 2011
Coordinated and setup all required logistics and assets needed for a two month intelligence gathering exercise in the Pacific theatre.
• Responsible for the requisitioning, receiving, inventory and accounting for major end items and consumables worth over $40 million.
• Approved and certify all government commercial purchase card purchases.
• Implemented a new logistical Oracle internet based system (GCSS-MC) for the Marine Corps that replaced 5 legacy systems and allows communication and asset visiblity across the Marine Corps.
• Met with vendors to identify potential purchases and develop plan of action for purchase, delivery, implementation, tracking, repair and storage of Principle End Items (PEI) used in the intelligence gathering activities.
• Supervised all daily administrative and warehouse responsibilities for a staff of 12 personnel.
• Staff Non-commissioned Officer in charge of training for section of 60 Marines.
• Created and implemented extensive safety programs to ensure DOD and OSHA compliance. This resulted in zero Class "A" or "B" mishaps, and zero findings on formal inspection of safety procedures. Responsible for the creation of the Battalion motorcycle safety program to ensure training compliance for all Marines.
• Served as Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Ridercoach, ensuring proper skills were taught to all members aboard base.
• Ensured customs clearance paperwork and hazardous materials declarations was cleared or prepared for all equipment departing for foreign countries.
• Forecasted and managed a $4M + annual operating expense budget to include open purchases, contracts, travel, and system purchases. Prepared fiscal year budget submissions to higher headquarters.
June 2006 to June 2009
Created and implemented extensive safety programs to ensure DOD and OSHA compliance. Received an award for these programs.
• Properly accounted, stored and tracked for all equipment worth over $1.8M.
• Coordinated the logistical transportation of people and equipment to and from deployment exercises and deployment to Operation Iraqi Freedom.
• Managed the purchasing and contracting and operating budget.
• Combat Marksmanship Instructor, responsible for the marksmanship training for M9 pistol and M16/M4 rifles annual requalification.
• Range officer on USMC pistol, rifle and machine gun ranges ensuring proper procedures and safety was being conducted at all times.
• Responsible for the contracting of buses, hotels and catered meals for a reserve infantry company of 145 Marines.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SUPERVISOR
March 2002 to May 2006
Managed property accountability of 2d Marine Aircraft Wing and subordinate units.
• Devised equipment accountability processes to provide effective management results in accounting for equipment forward deployed.
• Planned and executed supply and logistics for two deployments to Operation Iraqi Freedom.
• Deployed twice for 20 total months to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom serving as Supply/ Safety Officer.
• Served as Rear Detachment SNCOIC, responsible for the wash down, staging and safely loading of 175 pieces of rolling stock aboard ship for return from Kuwait to the continental United States.
• Safety Officer for 4 geographically separate units in Iraq, resulting in zero class "A" mishaps and zero friendly fire incidents. Total Marines supervised was 2,000.
• Planned and ensured completion of contracts awarded to Host Nation contractors with delivery of goods and services all over the area of operations in Al Unbar province.
March 2001 to March 2002
Conducted the logistical execution of four off island deployments to foreign countries.
• Served as logistical liaison to several different foreign militaries in support of cooperative NATO exercises.
• Provided logistical, technical and tactical support to US Embassy, Iceland and Commander, Icelandic Defense Forces for foreign dignitaries' visits.
• Executed a "no notice" logistical evacuation of personnel and equipment from a potential terrorist action on September 11, 2001. Safely returning Marines via ground transportation by diplomatically and foreign military means.
• Safety Manager in charge of Marine Rifle Company of 150 Marines. Achieved a "noteworthy" inspection result on safety programs by higher headquarters.
COMPTROLLER/TRAVEL CHIEF (INSPECTOR-INSTRUCTOR STAFF
February 1997 to March 2001
Maintained over 100 contracts for local vendors and conducted over 500 annual open purchases using the Government Purchase Card.
• Managed and supervised travel for over 1000 reserve Marines.
• Coordinated the logistical transportation of people and equipment to and from deployment exercises.
• Managed the purchasing and contracting for the unit and 12 geographically separated subunits.
• Forecasted and managed a $1.5M+ annual operating expense budget as the Budget Chief.
• Created, implemented, and enforced the unit's financial travel system and standard operating procedures.
SUPPLY ADMINISTRATION CLERK
August 1990 to February 1997
Managed the Mechanized Allowance List (MAL) and Consolidated Memorandum Receipt (CMR) ensured that all equipment was properly accounted for.
• Acted as a liaison between U.S. Forces and Qatar Army and police units on several maritime offloads.
• Trained and supervised all new military personnel on daily operating procedures for the section.
• Maintained the Due and Status File (DASF) and properly submitted and receipted for requisitions.
High School Diploma