Collette Mahaffey – Logistics Analyst and Program Manager

Collette J. Mahaffey

Katy, TX 77493

cjrmahaffey@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:  Logistics Analyst, Director of Customer Service, Executive Management

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

 

  • 23 years, Logistics, Warehouse, and InventorySpecialist (military, commercial)
  • 22 years, United States Navy, Senior Chief LogisticsSpecialist/E8, Honorable Discharge: 06/16
  • 15 years, Senior Project/ Program Management (logistics, acquisition, inventory; military/commercial)
  • 10 years, Training, Curriculum Development, and Human Resources (military, healthcare industries)

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO

11/16 – present, Production Controller

Amee Bay, Norfolk, VA

 

  • Liaison between logisticsand production; performs production control activities for Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) including gathering / filing records, document / report use of materials, monitoring customer orders, posting production schedules, and calculating production rates; reports to GS-15s, SESs, and military O-6
  • Responsible for reviewof contracts (audit ~5 monthly); monitoring status of modifications and amendments with 33 total contracts valued at ~$420M per month, and weekly performance of projects with values of ~$5M
  • Maintains / tracks hardware / software requirements via CMPro, spreadsheets, and reports
  • Facilitate / expedite flow of materials, coordinate with vendorsfor deliveries to designated locations; inspect / quality assure delivery to specifications for Enterprise Staging & Warehouse (ES&W) program
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME) logisticsadvisor for IT equipment identification, software requirements, filter, and orders assignment to warehouse kitting / order assembly teams
  • Prepares Shipping Documents and Enters Custody Records into Defense Property Accountability System(DPAS) with value of warehoused goods as ~$5.2M on average; maintain records of materials received and transported out of the warehouse
  • Trained three co-workers on Standard Operating Procedures(SOPs)

 

10/16 – 11/16, Human Resources Assistant

Coastal Management Solutions, Virginia Beach, VA

 

  • Managed >350 militarypersonnel service records and personnel pay records; supervised documentation of personnel activities and functions, including preparation / processing of permanent change of station (PCS), personnel movement (gains/losses), and payroll within this federal contractor position that serviced payroll and accountability systems
  • Maintained personneldata system records in Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) and Master Military Pay Account (MMPA)
  • Ensured and quality assured compliancewith Military Personnel Manual (MILPERSMAN), Bureau of Naval Personnel Instruction (BUPERSINST), Department of Defense Financial Management Regulation (DODFMR), Secretary of the Navy Instruction (SECNAVINST), and Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) procedures

 

06/16 – 10/16, Full Time Student

 

06/14 – 06/16, Executive Manager / Senior Chief Logistics Specialist (E8)

United States Navy, Naval Hospital Pensacola (Branch Clinic), Pensacola, FL

 

  • Performed human resourcesand personnel management, including EEO compliance, performance evaluations, and training; responsible for career development and leadership counseling for ~140 military/civilian personnel; provided subject matter expertise (SME) advice to executive management for organizational environment and mandated programs
  • Authored ~52 personnelevaluations (annually) and 52 midterm evaluation (semi-annually); trained ~140 Personnel on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR), Hazing, and Fraternization procedures (prevention / reporting of sexual assault); perform conflict resolution for sailors concerns within departments (administrative inquiries/investigations)
  • Made recommendations (promotions) and addressing relevant workforce concerns (penalties) and issues for program guidance and staffing to senior level commanders
  • Identified areas of improvement in clinic security, courier systems to transport items to and from the clinic / hospital, and recommended equipmentand replacements
  • Oversight of equipmentvalued at ~$786K, contracts valued at ~$423K, and process improvement projects that saved ~$150K annually; transferred 45 line-items of materials valued at $30K to other clinics for use versus deposing of non-essential materials
  • Developed curriculum for and trained ~67 militarypersonnel in ~60 classes in two years (monthly / bi-monthly) for ~700 students; trained 140 personnel, including 10 work-center supervisors (mid-level managers) in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy, Sexual Harassment, and Fraternization

 

02/13 – 06/14, Logistics Chief (Chief Logistics Specialist/E7)

United States Navy, Naval Special Warfare Unit Four, Virginia Beach, VA

 

  • Managed Government Purchase Card Program(within unit) with ~$4M purchases as the primary liaison to affiliated vendors; managed daily operations of procurement (clothing, equipment), receipt, storage, inventory, and customer service for ~$440K in equipment and $250K in contracts, for project work valued at ~163K quarterly
  • Purchase Card Holder with oversight of six techniciansresponsible for acquisition of materials, supplies, repair parts, equipment, and services (open market / small purchases) via the Navy Supply System; ensured material purchases met operational needs for operations / administration
  • Supervised seven subordinates, including logisticsspecialists; developed / instructed subordinates on technical research methods to order supplies
  • Conducted physical inventoriesof stock, plant, or property account records maintaining controls over material in stock at 100% accuracy
  • Managed $440K financial budget (annual) with zero losses; reconciled budget transactions purchasesof items purchased on Government Credit card; ensured posting to financial management records (within 30 days); utilized LEAN processes to maximize space utilization/reduce warehouse redundancy
  • Trained and counseled subordinates for advancement and promotion; developed trainingcurriculum to train ~15 of learners per class, for a total of about 45 classes over two years, for ~675 total learners; ensured workplace performance plans are maintained

 

09/09 – 01/13, Chief Logistics Specialist / Navy Recruiting and Retention Officer

United States Navy, Navy Recruiting District, Raleigh, NC

 

  • Presented / negotiated contract career options to potential militaryrecruits; sourced, interviewed, and placed ~ 60 (weekly), ~240 (monthly), and ~960 (annually) candidates for active-duty and reserve Navy positions, resulting in exceeding company recruitment goals / ranking in top 20% of region; produced 120% of recruiting mission goals annually
  • Presented to >750 potential recruits(and family members) to determine potential career opportunities, explain immediate and future potential benefits, and answer and questions; organized and participated in >30+ career fairs for >12,000 potential Reserve, National Guard, and Navy applicants; facilitated monthly training sessions for ~45 incoming personnel; mentored and trained new applicants on policies and procedures
  • Managed/supervised four recruiters in station / 20 in division; trained ~20 learners per class, for a total of ~45 classes over 3.5 years, for ~900 total

 

08/06 – 09/09, Leading Logistics Chief / Database Admin. / Chief Logistics Specialist /E7

United States Navy, USS Harry S Truman (CVN 75), Norfolk, VA

 

  • Planned and developed internal operating proceduresto facilitate unit operations for material supportability planning, material requisitioning, and material storage and distribution functions, including material receipt, storage, issue, warehousing, pick-up and delivery functions; oversite of 60 Junior Logistics Specialists providing logistics expertise / inventory management of 17 storerooms with 25,420 line items valued at ~$350M
  • Responsible for equipmentvalued at ~$350M, ~700M in contracts, and ~225K in projects; received / processed thousands of mission-critical direct turnover and stock items in support of the extensive shipyard availability; responsible for shipment of >1,000 essential / time sensitive items supporting fleet
  • Coordinated 5k+ pallets of mission essential material, valued at >$3M during pier-side evolutions, supporting demands of ship’s repair schedule; liaised with supply / maintenance managers in review/ allowance processes for procurement and acquisition stage of ~2,000 aircraft weapons system components valued at ~$200M; planned / executed offload of 11 (total 10,000 square feet of storerooms, with ~2,700 components, valued at ~$100M during a shipboard overhaul)
  • Conducted cyclic inventories(monthly); oversaw inventory and shipment of general and aviation consumable stock material valued at ~$350M with 100% validation
  • Resolved problems to reduce logistic backlogs, managed processing of >32,000 critical materialrequirements for nine embarked Naval Aviation squadrons (Commander Naval Atlantic Fleet Assets), 75 aircraft, and 52 maintenance work centers (onboard maintenance work-centers)
  • Identified and processed the shipment(redistribution, corrections) of 7,400 assets valued at >$200M to correct inventory discrepancies on various Naval Aircraft Carriers (Commander Naval Atlantic Fleet Assets) as SME advisor  for Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) / Naval Aviation Logistics Command / Management Information System (NALCOMIS) / Relational Supply Optimized Relational Supply Optimized (RSUPPLY) databases
  • Developed curriculum/trained ~60 learners per class, ~104 classes over three years, for ~9,360 learners trained on acquisition, inventory, logistics, warehousing, transportation
  • Researched and reconciled lost-in-shipmentmaterial with a 99% recoverability rate, saving >$2.5M; received / processed thousands of mission-critical direct turnover / stock items supporting shipyard; responsible for shipment of >1k essential and time sensitive items supporting fleet
  • Streamlined inventoryprocedures resulted in 98.8% inventory / 99.4% location validity (for a 2007 ‘Outstanding’ Type Commander (TYCOM) Supply Management Inspection)

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2017, Master of Business Administration, Stratford University, Virginia Beach, VA; GPA: 3.94; Courses: GlobalEconomies & Markets, Global Leadership & Organizational Behaviors, Competitive Strategies & Innovation, Legal Environment in Business, Strategic Business Marketing, Organizational Management, Global Business Operations, Financial Management & Policies, Project Management, Sustainability & Social Entrepreneurship, Research Methods
  • 2014, Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, St. Leo University, St. Leo, FL; Courses: Accounting, Macroeconomics, Business, Statistics, Management, Micro-Economics, Human Behavior, Computer Skills, Business Law, Finance for Managers, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Decision Methods, Strategic Management
  • 2006, Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts, St. Leo University, St. Leo, FL; Algebra, American Government, Finite Mathematics, Academic Writing, and GlobalPerspective

 

CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS:

 

  • 2013, AviationSupply Systems Specialist, US Navy, Newport, RI
  • 2013, Optimized NavalAviation Logistics Command Operations Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) Supply Application Admin., US Navy, Newport, RI
  • 2013, StockControl Supervisor, Relational Supply (RSUPPLY), US Navy, Newport, RI
  • 2012, Department of Defense Government Purchase Card, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2012, Acquisition Ethics, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2010, NavyRecruiting Station Leading Chief Petty Officer, US Navy, Raleigh, NC
  • 2009, Enlisted NavyRecruiting Orientation, US Navy, Pensacola, FL
  • 2008, Leading Chief Petty Officer Leadership, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2005, Command Financial Specialist Training, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2004, Primary Leadership Development Program, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2004, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Managementfor Supervisors (ADAMS), US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2004, Urinalysis Program Coordinator & NavyDrug Screening Laboratory, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2003, Support Equipment Asset Manager, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2000, First Line Leadership Development Program, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1999, Hazardous MaterialsPreparer, US Navy, San Antonio, TX
  • 1999, Functional Support and Administration, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1998, Shipboard Aircraft Fire Fighting, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1997, Financial ManagementOperating Target (OPTAR) Training, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1996, Introduction to Word Processing, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1994, AviationStorekeeper, Class A, US Navy, Meridian, MS

 

HARDWARE / SOFTWARE / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER:

 

  • BIZFLOW
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Yes
  • NavalAviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS)
  • Relational Supply Optimized (RSUPPLY)
  • SIPRnet / NIPRnet
  • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/collette-mahaffey

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS:

 

  • 2012, District Recruiter of the Year, US Navy
  • 2011, District Recruiter of the Year, US Navy
  • Navy& Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2)
  • NavyAchievement Medal (5)
  • Army Achievement Medal

 

 

CLEARANCE:              DoD, Secret (last adjudicated: 09/09, expires: 09/19)

PASSPORT:                United States Citizen (issued: 08/16; expires: 08/26)

WORK PREF.: Houston, TX geographic area (willing to travel)

 

KEY & TRANSFERABLE SKILL WORDS: acquisition, administration, Analyst, Asset Control, Aviation, Budget Analysis & Forecasting, Operations, compliance, Contracting / contracts, counseling, curriculum development, delivery / distribution, Diversity & EEO Compliance, Employee Relations, performance evaluations, Fiscal Analysis, Fleet, Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT), Human Resources, Instruction, Inventories / Inventory, Inventory Control, investigations, liaison, Logistics, Management / Manager, material, military, Risk Mitigation, modifications (contract mods), monitoring, Naval / Navy, operations, Organizational Leadership, payroll, Performance Evaluation, personnel, policies / procedures, procurement, Program Development,, Program Manager, Project Manager, Public Relations/Business Communication, purchases, Recruiting, reporting, requisitioning, research, Resource Utilization, review, Risk Management , Safety (OSHA/NOSHA), SME, stock, storage, Storekeeper, storerooms, Strategic Planning, supervisor, Supply Chain Management, Sustainability, technicians, Training & Development, transportation, vendors, warehousing, Warfare

 

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Collette Mahaffey – Logistics Analyst and Program Manager

Collette J. Mahaffey

Katy, TX 77493

cjrmahaffey@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:  Logistics Analyst, Director of Customer Service, Executive Management

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

 

  • 23 years, Logistics, Warehouse, and InventorySpecialist (military, commercial)
  • 22 years, United States Navy, Senior Chief LogisticsSpecialist/E8, Honorable Discharge: 06/16
  • 15 years, Senior Project/ Program Management (logistics, acquisition, inventory; military/commercial)
  • 10 years, Training, Curriculum Development, and Human Resources (military, healthcare industries)

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO

11/16 – present, Production Controller

Amee Bay, Norfolk, VA

 

  • Liaison between logisticsand production; performs production control activities for Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) including gathering / filing records, document / report use of materials, monitoring customer orders, posting production schedules, and calculating production rates; reports to GS-15s, SESs, and military O-6
  • Responsible for reviewof contracts (audit ~5 monthly); monitoring status of modifications and amendments with 33 total contracts valued at ~$420M per month, and weekly performance of projects with values of ~$5M
  • Maintains / tracks hardware / software requirements via CMPro, spreadsheets, and reports
  • Facilitate / expedite flow of materials, coordinate with vendorsfor deliveries to designated locations; inspect / quality assure delivery to specifications for Enterprise Staging & Warehouse (ES&W) program
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME) logisticsadvisor for IT equipment identification, software requirements, filter, and orders assignment to warehouse kitting / order assembly teams
  • Prepares Shipping Documents and Enters Custody Records into Defense Property Accountability System(DPAS) with value of warehoused goods as ~$5.2M on average; maintain records of materials received and transported out of the warehouse
  • Trained three co-workers on Standard Operating Procedures(SOPs)

 

10/16 – 11/16, Human Resources Assistant

Coastal Management Solutions, Virginia Beach, VA

 

  • Managed >350 militarypersonnel service records and personnel pay records; supervised documentation of personnel activities and functions, including preparation / processing of permanent change of station (PCS), personnel movement (gains/losses), and payroll within this federal contractor position that serviced payroll and accountability systems
  • Maintained personneldata system records in Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System (NSIPS) and Master Military Pay Account (MMPA)
  • Ensured and quality assured compliancewith Military Personnel Manual (MILPERSMAN), Bureau of Naval Personnel Instruction (BUPERSINST), Department of Defense Financial Management Regulation (DODFMR), Secretary of the Navy Instruction (SECNAVINST), and Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR) procedures

 

06/16 – 10/16, Full Time Student

 

06/14 – 06/16, Executive Manager / Senior Chief Logistics Specialist (E8)

United States Navy, Naval Hospital Pensacola (Branch Clinic), Pensacola, FL

 

  • Performed human resourcesand personnel management, including EEO compliance, performance evaluations, and training; responsible for career development and leadership counseling for ~140 military/civilian personnel; provided subject matter expertise (SME) advice to executive management for organizational environment and mandated programs
  • Authored ~52 personnelevaluations (annually) and 52 midterm evaluation (semi-annually); trained ~140 Personnel on Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR), Hazing, and Fraternization procedures (prevention / reporting of sexual assault); perform conflict resolution for sailors concerns within departments (administrative inquiries/investigations)
  • Made recommendations (promotions) and addressing relevant workforce concerns (penalties) and issues for program guidance and staffing to senior level commanders
  • Identified areas of improvement in clinic security, courier systems to transport items to and from the clinic / hospital, and recommended equipmentand replacements
  • Oversight of equipmentvalued at ~$786K, contracts valued at ~$423K, and process improvement projects that saved ~$150K annually; transferred 45 line-items of materials valued at $30K to other clinics for use versus deposing of non-essential materials
  • Developed curriculum for and trained ~67 militarypersonnel in ~60 classes in two years (monthly / bi-monthly) for ~700 students; trained 140 personnel, including 10 work-center supervisors (mid-level managers) in Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy, Sexual Harassment, and Fraternization

 

02/13 – 06/14, Logistics Chief (Chief Logistics Specialist/E7)

United States Navy, Naval Special Warfare Unit Four, Virginia Beach, VA

 

  • Managed Government Purchase Card Program(within unit) with ~$4M purchases as the primary liaison to affiliated vendors; managed daily operations of procurement (clothing, equipment), receipt, storage, inventory, and customer service for ~$440K in equipment and $250K in contracts, for project work valued at ~163K quarterly
  • Purchase Card Holder with oversight of six techniciansresponsible for acquisition of materials, supplies, repair parts, equipment, and services (open market / small purchases) via the Navy Supply System; ensured material purchases met operational needs for operations / administration
  • Supervised seven subordinates, including logisticsspecialists; developed / instructed subordinates on technical research methods to order supplies
  • Conducted physical inventoriesof stock, plant, or property account records maintaining controls over material in stock at 100% accuracy
  • Managed $440K financial budget (annual) with zero losses; reconciled budget transactions purchasesof items purchased on Government Credit card; ensured posting to financial management records (within 30 days); utilized LEAN processes to maximize space utilization/reduce warehouse redundancy
  • Trained and counseled subordinates for advancement and promotion; developed trainingcurriculum to train ~15 of learners per class, for a total of about 45 classes over two years, for ~675 total learners; ensured workplace performance plans are maintained

 

09/09 – 01/13, Chief Logistics Specialist / Navy Recruiting and Retention Officer

United States Navy, Navy Recruiting District, Raleigh, NC

 

  • Presented / negotiated contract career options to potential militaryrecruits; sourced, interviewed, and placed ~ 60 (weekly), ~240 (monthly), and ~960 (annually) candidates for active-duty and reserve Navy positions, resulting in exceeding company recruitment goals / ranking in top 20% of region; produced 120% of recruiting mission goals annually
  • Presented to >750 potential recruits(and family members) to determine potential career opportunities, explain immediate and future potential benefits, and answer and questions; organized and participated in >30+ career fairs for >12,000 potential Reserve, National Guard, and Navy applicants; facilitated monthly training sessions for ~45 incoming personnel; mentored and trained new applicants on policies and procedures
  • Managed/supervised four recruiters in station / 20 in division; trained ~20 learners per class, for a total of ~45 classes over 3.5 years, for ~900 total

 

08/06 – 09/09, Leading Logistics Chief / Database Admin. / Chief Logistics Specialist /E7

United States Navy, USS Harry S Truman (CVN 75), Norfolk, VA

 

  • Planned and developed internal operating proceduresto facilitate unit operations for material supportability planning, material requisitioning, and material storage and distribution functions, including material receipt, storage, issue, warehousing, pick-up and delivery functions; oversite of 60 Junior Logistics Specialists providing logistics expertise / inventory management of 17 storerooms with 25,420 line items valued at ~$350M
  • Responsible for equipmentvalued at ~$350M, ~700M in contracts, and ~225K in projects; received / processed thousands of mission-critical direct turnover and stock items in support of the extensive shipyard availability; responsible for shipment of >1,000 essential / time sensitive items supporting fleet
  • Coordinated 5k+ pallets of mission essential material, valued at >$3M during pier-side evolutions, supporting demands of ship’s repair schedule; liaised with supply / maintenance managers in review/ allowance processes for procurement and acquisition stage of ~2,000 aircraft weapons system components valued at ~$200M; planned / executed offload of 11 (total 10,000 square feet of storerooms, with ~2,700 components, valued at ~$100M during a shipboard overhaul)
  • Conducted cyclic inventories(monthly); oversaw inventory and shipment of general and aviation consumable stock material valued at ~$350M with 100% validation
  • Resolved problems to reduce logistic backlogs, managed processing of >32,000 critical materialrequirements for nine embarked Naval Aviation squadrons (Commander Naval Atlantic Fleet Assets), 75 aircraft, and 52 maintenance work centers (onboard maintenance work-centers)
  • Identified and processed the shipment(redistribution, corrections) of 7,400 assets valued at >$200M to correct inventory discrepancies on various Naval Aircraft Carriers (Commander Naval Atlantic Fleet Assets) as SME advisor  for Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) / Naval Aviation Logistics Command / Management Information System (NALCOMIS) / Relational Supply Optimized Relational Supply Optimized (RSUPPLY) databases
  • Developed curriculum/trained ~60 learners per class, ~104 classes over three years, for ~9,360 learners trained on acquisition, inventory, logistics, warehousing, transportation
  • Researched and reconciled lost-in-shipmentmaterial with a 99% recoverability rate, saving >$2.5M; received / processed thousands of mission-critical direct turnover / stock items supporting shipyard; responsible for shipment of >1k essential and time sensitive items supporting fleet
  • Streamlined inventoryprocedures resulted in 98.8% inventory / 99.4% location validity (for a 2007 ‘Outstanding’ Type Commander (TYCOM) Supply Management Inspection)

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2017, Master of Business Administration, Stratford University, Virginia Beach, VA; GPA: 3.94; Courses: GlobalEconomies & Markets, Global Leadership & Organizational Behaviors, Competitive Strategies & Innovation, Legal Environment in Business, Strategic Business Marketing, Organizational Management, Global Business Operations, Financial Management & Policies, Project Management, Sustainability & Social Entrepreneurship, Research Methods
  • 2014, Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, St. Leo University, St. Leo, FL; Courses: Accounting, Macroeconomics, Business, Statistics, Management, Micro-Economics, Human Behavior, Computer Skills, Business Law, Finance for Managers, Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Decision Methods, Strategic Management
  • 2006, Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts, St. Leo University, St. Leo, FL; Algebra, American Government, Finite Mathematics, Academic Writing, and GlobalPerspective

 

CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS:

 

  • 2013, AviationSupply Systems Specialist, US Navy, Newport, RI
  • 2013, Optimized NavalAviation Logistics Command Operations Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS) Supply Application Admin., US Navy, Newport, RI
  • 2013, StockControl Supervisor, Relational Supply (RSUPPLY), US Navy, Newport, RI
  • 2012, Department of Defense Government Purchase Card, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2012, Acquisition Ethics, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2010, NavyRecruiting Station Leading Chief Petty Officer, US Navy, Raleigh, NC
  • 2009, Enlisted NavyRecruiting Orientation, US Navy, Pensacola, FL
  • 2008, Leading Chief Petty Officer Leadership, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2005, Command Financial Specialist Training, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2004, Primary Leadership Development Program, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2004, Alcohol & Drug Abuse Managementfor Supervisors (ADAMS), US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2004, Urinalysis Program Coordinator & NavyDrug Screening Laboratory, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2003, Support Equipment Asset Manager, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 2000, First Line Leadership Development Program, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1999, Hazardous MaterialsPreparer, US Navy, San Antonio, TX
  • 1999, Functional Support and Administration, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1998, Shipboard Aircraft Fire Fighting, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1997, Financial ManagementOperating Target (OPTAR) Training, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1996, Introduction to Word Processing, US Navy, Norfolk, VA
  • 1994, AviationStorekeeper, Class A, US Navy, Meridian, MS

 

HARDWARE / SOFTWARE / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER:

 

  • BIZFLOW
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Yes
  • NavalAviation Logistics Command Management Information System (NALCOMIS)
  • Relational Supply Optimized (RSUPPLY)
  • SIPRnet / NIPRnet
  • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/collette-mahaffey

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS:

 

  • 2012, District Recruiter of the Year, US Navy
  • 2011, District Recruiter of the Year, US Navy
  • Navy& Marine Corps Commendation Medal (2)
  • NavyAchievement Medal (5)
  • Army Achievement Medal

 

 

CLEARANCE:              DoD, Secret (last adjudicated: 09/09, expires: 09/19)

PASSPORT:                United States Citizen (issued: 08/16; expires: 08/26)

WORK PREF.: Houston, TX geographic area (willing to travel)

 

KEY & TRANSFERABLE SKILL WORDS: acquisition, administration, Analyst, Asset Control, Aviation, Budget Analysis & Forecasting, Operations, compliance, Contracting / contracts, counseling, curriculum development, delivery / distribution, Diversity & EEO Compliance, Employee Relations, performance evaluations, Fiscal Analysis, Fleet, Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT), Human Resources, Instruction, Inventories / Inventory, Inventory Control, investigations, liaison, Logistics, Management / Manager, material, military, Risk Mitigation, modifications (contract mods), monitoring, Naval / Navy, operations, Organizational Leadership, payroll, Performance Evaluation, personnel, policies / procedures, procurement, Program Development,, Program Manager, Project Manager, Public Relations/Business Communication, purchases, Recruiting, reporting, requisitioning, research, Resource Utilization, review, Risk Management , Safety (OSHA/NOSHA), SME, stock, storage, Storekeeper, storerooms, Strategic Planning, supervisor, Supply Chain Management, Sustainability, technicians, Training & Development, transportation, vendors, warehousing, Warfare

 

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