Fleet Motor Transportation Operations and Maintenance and Unit Safety Program Manager with over 22 years experience managing many varying fleets of Motor Transport and Engineer Support Equipment. In these capacities, I supervised in different levels of unit staff and supervised motor transport operations and mechanics within organic and intermediate maintenance shops. Focused on personnel, shop and equipment safety; internal readiness support, shop improvements, and customer readiness and satisfaction. This includes experience in vehicular repair, preventive and corrective maintenance, and maintenance management supervisory functions. Furthermore, I have experience in Quality Control and providing Customer Service and Satisfaction. Conduct of Convoys in a hazardous and lethal environment.
• Quality Assurance Manager for Service Life Extension Program.
• Maintenance Chief/Shop Supervisor responsible for nine mechanics.
Quality Assurance manager
July 2012 to February 2013
Quality Assurance Manager, and Facility manager
For Drivers, Vehicles and building
December 2009 to November 2011
Support Analyst for USMC
2008 to 2009
technology Logistics Analysis for NGEN project
Reason for leaving Project was eliminated
2007 to 2008
Reason for leaving, downsizing
• Performed duties as a project analyst for the MRAP Heavy Armored Ambulance Vehicle, including analysis of requirements, development of various acquisition documents, conducting market research, and assisting with the organization, implementation and maintenance of the project plan.
• Responsible for determining support requirements including facilities, personnel, safety, and maintenance
• Directed and coordinated program activities designed to ensure effective and economic support
• Drafted Acquisition Life Cycle Documents; i.e. Material Fielding Memorandum, Life Cycle Material Release, Engineering Certification Document, etc.
• Analyzed and evaluated design concepts to determine if concepts satisfy support requirements; study the relative supportability of alternative concepts
• Determined logistics support sequences and time phasing
• Determined contingency requirements and proposed solutions regarding anticipated logistics problems related to operational area and environmental and human factors
• Conducted research and studies to support logistic functions
• Responsible for the tracking Windchill Document Repository entries
• Wrote Engineer Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (EFARS) for • Managed Engineering Change Proposal (ECPs) issues from the Configuration Management/Field Representatives
• Wrote Technical Reviews for work proposals submitted by vendors
Office Manager (Part Time) and Cost Analyst
October 2003 to February 2006
no longer in business)
• Cost Analysis for US Marine Corps Aviation Department at NAS Patuxent.
Customer Service Representative
December 2002 to August 2003
Unisys lost contract
• Provided superior quality system support to a geographically dispersed user community with varying levels of computer experience.
• Provided answers and assistance to users on system functionality with varying levels of complexity, Internet browser usage, software installation, and PC configuration.
Military Marketing Representative
May 2001 to December 2002
Work atmosphere was hostile
• Provided this small business with information, techniques and policy for implementing Military Shipments in accordance with all DoD regulations and contractual requirements.
• Monitored contracts and shipments
June 2000 to May 2001
Was laid off
• Responsible for the setup and establishment of a Fabrication and Design Center where the Company provided the US Marine Corps with IFAV Fast Attack Vehicles.
• Validated Configuration and Quality Assurance that ensured the vehicles were in compliance with contractual requirements and EPA regulations.
• Supervised Vehicle upgrades, as required.
Motor Transportation Operations and Maintenance Chief
1976 to 1998
Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals
1997 to 1998
• Over 16 years of management and supervisory experience in civilian and military sectors
• 16 years of logistics experience providing expertise and support in transportation, logistics and maintenance procedures
• Provided leadership and career development guidance to Marines
• Provided superior systems support to a geographically dispersed user community with varying levels of computer experience
• Supported Military Management Transportation Command with Logistic Training and Readiness Reporting
• Provide answers and assistance to users on system functionality with varying levels of complexity, as well as internet browser usage, software installation, and PC configuration
• Utilize trouble-shooting skills to identify, explain, and resolve user connectivity issues
• Utilize Siebel to record and track problems and create standardized resolutions
• Interface with both government customer and program management staff to escalate programmatic and live-data issues, as well as resolve DoD regulation related issues
• Implementing vehicle readiness planning and reporting for Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Special Operations Command vehicles for Joint Program Office (JPO).
• Expanding vehicle readiness accountability into fielded RG-33L and Heavy Armored Ground Ambulance fleets
• Performing on-site and remote ECP retrofit and conditional acceptance resolution coordination for JPO MRAP RG-33 APM
• DAWIA Level I certified
Computer Proficient in MS Office Suite Maintenance Management Information Systems
Technical Manual Research (manual and electronic) MSDS (CD-ROM) Material Safety Data Sheet
Siebel (Logistics Program Server supporting Military Management Transportation Command)
Numerous DoD proprietary Logistics and Maintenance Management applications
Security Clearance: Active SECRET Security Clearance
• Quality Assurance Manager for all vehicles entering the Service Life Extension Program and approved the vehicle's return to use.
• Inspected and supervised maintenance of vehicles going through the program.
• Inspected the quality of workmanship of vehicles being upgraded.
• Identified problems, troubleshot and corrected problems while vehicles were in the program.
• Final Quality Control inspector.
• Military liaison between contractor and Marine Corps officials
• Managed the company's maintenance, safety, oil analysis, tool calibrations, tool control, parts control, hazardous materials, publications, vehicle modification and vehicle maintenance history records.
• Maintained company's vehicle readiness (above 98%) in support of a vigorous training schedule.
• Responsible for parts, tools and tool room assets ($10 million).
• Instilled leadership principles and maintained accountability of mechanics work ethics.
• Constant training and development of mechanics enabled them to maintain their vehicles with the least amount of down time.
• Supervised the corrective and preventive maintenance of vehicles in the maintenance cycle to ensure a quality product was produced.