Elwin Smith

Summary

ELWIN HENDERSON SMITH SR 103 Sparrow Dr Fayetteville NC 28306 Cellular:(804)-712-9580 elwin.smith@us.army.mil OBJECTIVE Seeking a challenging position in logistics, utilizing past experience and training.

Work History

Work History

ROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE SUMMARY Over 20 years of progressive experience in the Army, working all facets of logistics, acquiring knowledge, training and practical experience with computerized data bases. Completed and utilized training with Unit level Logistic System (ULLS-S4) and Standard Property Book System-Redesigned (SPBS-R).  Extensive experience, managing and maintaining government property and logistic files. Proficient in Microsoft Office software, to include, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications.                                                           ACHIEVEMENTS General Dynamics                                                                                                           2006-2007 INSTRUCTOR/WRITER   Instructed Students on 7 types of weapons, M16a2, 9mm, M249, M240b, M107 Sniper weapon, MK-19 andM50calmm.  Taught troubleshooting, Physical Security, function of cycle, disassembly, assembly ,where to go to fix a weapon.  Taught over 40 students per class. LMR                                                                                                                                  2004-2004 Provides management, customers, and sub-contractors with basic logistics technology and information that ensures effective and economical support for products, service, equipment and systems.   ·Analyzes routine contractual commitments, customer specifications, and related information to identify and document maintenance and support requirements.  ·Reviews routine engineering designs and analyzes equipment characteristics.   ·Develops and prepares manuals, bulletins, and information systems to provide logistics support Cubic                                                          2007-2009 INSTRUCTOR/WRITER Instructed Students on 7 types of weapons, M16a2, 9mm, M249, M240b, M107 Sniper weapon, MK-19 andM50calmm.  Taught troubleshooting, Physical Security, function of cycle, disassembly, assembly ,where to go to fix a weapon.  Taught over 40 students per class. Stock Clerk ITT Industries, Fort Bragg, NC2004– 2005 Performed duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, turn-in, accountability, and preservation of Class IX repair parts. ·Responsible for maintaining, organizing, issuing, coordinating and replenishing bench stock supplies and equipment. ·Receives, inspects, prepares, process, coordinates and verifies all pertinent data for equipment turn-in.   ·Coordinates and expedites flow of material, and parts, within or between departments and establishes delivery according to job order priorities and anticipated availability of equipment. receipt of desert contingency equipment  Supply Supervisor 2001 – 2004 Fort Bragg, NC Processed and maintained all supply transactions and replenished over 300 lines of expendable items, supervised, and trained five personnel in logistics administration. ·Directed the coordination and execution of a plan for outfitting 125 member organization deploying to Kuwait in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. ·Interviewed vendors to obtain information concerning product availability, pricing and coordinating of shipping/delivery. Property Book Office Supervisor 1997 – 2000 Ft lee Va Provided assistance in the management of Army Pre-positioned Stocks  ·Posted over 3,000 PBO transactions for equipment assigned to the Army Pre-positioned stocks –  resulting in 100% sustainment. ·Provided property accounting and technical assistance to the contractor for property management of Army Pre-positioned Stocks –  Supply Manager 1996 – 1997 Camp Casey, Korea 1 Prepared, processed and maintained all supply transactions for an organization consisting of 187 personnel.   ·Managed senior supervisor’s hand receipt valued in excess of over $17 million utilizing the ULLS-S4 system with no loss of equipment.   ·Trained four subordinates in supply functions, culminating in the section receiving commendable ratings in all command inspections.

Education

Education

U S Army
Certificate, Automated Logistics Information Managementy, Fayetteville, NC, 2007 Systems (ALIMS), Fort Bragg, NC, 2005 ·AAS, Applied Management, Central Texas College, Fort Lee, VA, 1995  ·Certificate, Standard Property Book System – Redesigned Course, Fort Lee, VA, 1995 ·Logistics Management Development, U.S. Army, Fort Lee, VA, 1994 ·Defense Reutilization and Marketing Operations-Basic, U.S. Army, Fort Lee, VA, 1992 ·Certificate, Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course (BNCOC), U.S. Army, Fort Lee, VA, 1992 ·Certificate, Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC), U.S. Army, Fort Ord, CA, 1986 ·Certificate, Unit Supply Specialist Course, U.S. Army, Fort Lee, VA, 1984

Skills

Skills

Served in tthe US Army

Over 20 years of progressive experience in the Army, working all facets of logistics, acquiring knowledge, training and practical experience with computerized data bases. Completed and utilized training with Unit level Logistic System (ULLS-S4) and Standard Property Book System-Redesigned (SPBS-R).  Extensive experience, managing and maintaining government property and logistic files. Proficient in Microsoft Office software, to include, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint applications.