January 2008 to October 2012 (4 years, 9 months)
Supervised and managed the cross docking of automotive safety
components. Directly responsible for approximately 80 inbound and outbound loads of material for the customer and assembly plants per week.
September 1999 to January 2008 (8 years, 4 months)
March 1997 to September 1999 (2 years, 6 months)
September 1995 to March 1997 (1 year, 6 months)
September 1992 to June 1995 (2 years, 9 months)
June 1971 to July 1992 (21 years, 1 month)
Manager with more than 20 years of successful strategic materials handling; warehouse management; inventory control for sophisticated equipment, supplies and vehicles; personnel recruiting; staff supervision; logistical studies; project budgeting, accounting and quality control; and coordination of an emergency action program for a major military community. Frequently cited for extensive experience and superior performance in staff and manager training, cross training and professional development including program formulation, testing, results interpretation and career classification.
Well-developed verbal and written communication skills include presentations; hands-on demonstrations; personnel counseling and advising; crisis intervention; interpreting rules, regulations and technical data; writing and editing policy and procedure; generating narrative and statistical reports. Public relations: events coordination; developing solid working relationships with the media and community agencies. Computer literacy: knowledge of word processing and other work related programs including AS400 shipping and inventory software.
Knowledge of workplace safety, fair employment, and hazardous materials disposition principles. Able to work with and motivate groups, crews and teams. Possessed a Department of Defense Top Secret security clearance for 17 years.
As Station Commander was cited as most effective recruiter from all service branches in Southeastern U.S. and for consistently exceeding 100% of quota. As instructor, in 3 months, successfully taught - and qualified for licensing - a group of 200 to operate and maintain a new Army version of the HMMWV rough terrain vehicle.