Acknowledged by peers and superiors as “go-to guy” on procedural knowledge. Accounted for government property as prescribed by appropriate regulations including but not limited to AR 700-84, AR 710-1, AR 710-2, AR 710-2-1, AR 710-3, AR 725-1, AR 725-50, AR 735-5, AR 735-11,AR 750-1, DA Pam 710-2-1 10through 10-22,DA Pam 750-8 and DA Pam 738-751.Previously held Secret clearance.
Accounted for equipment that had been misreported, lost, damaged, or destroyed through Reports of Survey, Statements of Charges, Inventory Adjustment Reports, Administrative Adjustment Reports, Cash Collection Vouchers, and Damage Statements when applicable. Successfully maintained Property Books, Hand Receipts, Sub-Hand Receipts, Shortage Annex’s, and Document Registers for all expendable, non-expendable supply and equipment transactions. Managed assets in excess of $100M. Requisitioned expendable and non-expendable supplies and equipment, components, SKO's and repair parts.
Developed customized processes to meet customers specific needs, improving accuracy and on-time delivery. Audited and edited supply transactions, ensuring compliance with supply procedures/directives, as well as managed the receipt, storage, issue, inspection and distribution of supplies and equipment. NEVER received ratings LESS THAN commendable for supply operations during Command and Inspector General inspections. Provided staff and chain of command with direction, expert advice, and leadership regarding policies, procedures, and guidelines on all supply matters.
Procured, maintained, and disposed of equipment in all classes of supply. Includes health and welfare items, subsistence, clothing, petroleum products and lubricants, construction and barrier materials, ammunitions, explosives, personal demand items, vehicles, major weapons systems, repair parts, components including sets, kits, outfits, assemblies, and items for maintenance support.
Managed supply operations through demonstrated knowledge of inventory control and management methodology, office organization, and management principles. Demonstrated extensive procedural knowledge in dealing with inventories that included additional authorized listings (AAL), basic issue items (BII), and equipment fielded with no National Stock Number (NSN).
Served as records management officer, monitored filing systems and ensured compliance with applicable regulations. Demonstrated the ability to plan, organize, assign, review, and coordinate work production.Implemented several process improvements that were recognized and implemented as “Best Practice” throughout the various commands in which served.
On various assignments with the U.S. Army, was a key player in stratagizing, orchestrating, and managing military projects such as equipment re-authorizations, unit deployments from Europe to the United States and return, and unit deactivations, to name a few.Managed task duration's, dependencies and critical path (time).
As supervisor (8 plus years) performed various administrative functions, mentored and trained personnel, monitored and evaluated staff work performance.