Resume du Jour – Andres A. Leandry – Logistics Operations Manager

Andres A. Leandry

Leander, TX 78641

(512) 337-7636 / (808) 228-6214

andresleandry2@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:   Maintenance Services, Project Manager, Logistics Coordinator, Program Manager, and/or Operations Manager

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 30+ years, United States Army, Chief Warrant Officer (Hon. Ret.)
  • 25+ years, Military Services: Maintenance and Logistics
  • 25+ years, Federal Contracting and Military Operations Support

 

CLEARANCE:             DoD, Secret (Adjudicated: 02/11; Expires: 02/18)

PASSPORT:                United States Citizen (07/08; Expires: 07/18)

WORK PREF.:             Austin, Texas or OCONUS

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

06/13 – present, Support Operations Manager

LEIDOS, Afghanistan, APO

 

  • Direct supply / maintenance management per regulatory mandates within the Joint Logistics Integration of Government Site Leads, Contractor Deputy Site Leads, and Office of Emergency Management (OEM) work forces throughout Afghanistan
  • Monitor, assess and implement maintenance actions via reports on: daily maintenance reports, daily equipment and supply report, supply comparative analysis (showing a downward trend in the reduction of on hand supplies and inventory); implement equipment repair or return to CONUS action(s), implement supply inventory correction plan(s)
  • Coordinate daily with military customers: soldiers, department of the army civilians, contractors, and foreign nationals to integrate maintenance or logistics, synchronize project requirements, schedule delivery of equipment, and conduct sustainment maintenance support to achieve a readiness level at Army standard of >90% daily
  • Supervised a staff of 43 personnel including: supply technicians, material handler, warehouse manager, data analyst, and mechanical shop manager responsible for Regional Support Activity (RSA), supply assistance support, repair parts, Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS) operations, and wholesale analysis and tracking of Mine Resistance Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles: trucks, communications, air conditioning, and heating repair parts valued at ~$2M and repair parts for disposal services, parts, and components leading to the completion of 1,921 upgraded systems for equipment suspension system(s), crew compartment sitting upgrade(s), and communications systems
  • Assigned daily tasks to teams charged with wholesale supply repair parts support; responsible for ensuring the correct parts/items delivered to correct repair shop on time to complete repairs, contract administration to ensure OEM performed within scope of work (SOW) per original equipment manufacturer OEM working together, and disposal overview for Regional Support Activity (RSAs) ensuring timely site closure for OCONUS BRAC (hands on and staff overview)
  • Performed mission analysis of trucks to be redesigned, numbers, and unique parts needed to complete deliverables (weekly); responsible for returning excess repair parts back to the Army wholesale repair parts inventory system, resulting in savings of ~$111M to the government

 

09/12 – 06/13, Production & Maintenance Manager

Science Application International Corporation (SAIC), Afghanistan, FPO

 

  • Manage a $9M quarterly budget, while managing a team of 43 staff, including: transportation logistics, supply logistics, material handlers, safety, administration specialists responsible for maintenance and repairs of mine resistance ambush protected (MRAP) trucks / equipment for U.S. and foreign armed British, Georgian, Jordanian forces
  • Scheduled repairs, confirmed and met production goals of 26 trucks monthly; managed uniqueness of actions towards monthly goals via research and acquisition of repair items not available in supply warehouse of 3,600 items, enabling average goal of deliverables, four days before schedule deadline 98% of the time

 

02/11 – 09/12, Battle Damage and Sustainment Maintenance Chief

Joint Regional Support Activity (JRSA) Leatherneck, Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Battle Damage Repair Facility

Science Application International Corporation (SAIC), Afghanistan, FPO

 

  • Managed maintenance, logistics and perform duties as the Deputy Site Lead as assistant to the lead; Supervised 43 supply technicians, material handlers, administrative clerks, safety, and maintenance managers, in 12-hour shifts, 3,612 man-hour (weekly) shop schedule
  • Responsibilities include logistical inventory and provisioning of supply Class Category IX (CLIX) repair parts, production management to prepare equipment / adjust priorities ensuring unit’s readiness Army standard of readiness 90% or above); responsible for equipment configuration (updating/upgrading design / function) of trucks and management of equipment, capabilities (<-adding new technology (insertion application) on MRAPs including Underbelly Improvement Kit (UIKII), retrofit management, and task order production to manage OEMs maintenance priorities resulting in completion of 220 MRAP all terrain vehicle M-ATV in a 12 month period, 18 trucks per week with an inventory cost of ~$8M
  • Provide technical data to US military so unit level mechanics could ensure specific levels of maintenance procedures on equipment at the unit’s level
  • Hold contractually required weekly government logistics meetings; in addition to meetings to report reliability performance of MRAP(s) in Afghanistan
  • Led production improvement initiatives monthly, resulting in completion of 471 jobs (different maintenance performed on different equipment, i.e., axle replacement, chemical detection system (remove/relocate); enhance capabilities (removal/replacement power plant [engine])
  • Managed five production projects, consisting of 521 armor vehicles (combined); ensure project deliverables completed on or ahead of schedule (resulting average 3-4 days before deadline); resulting in savings of >$374M in production cost equipment repair parts

 

02/10 – 02/11, Property Team Lead APS-5 (parallel responsibilities)

Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc., Afghanistan, APO

 

  • Managed a team of three property supply technicians) responsible for supplying new and upgraded equipment to active war fighting forces: trucks, weapons, communications equipment tents acquired through the army supply system; supervised the repair, classification, and retrograde of weapons ranging from a M4 through M777 howitzer cannon

 

02/10 – 02/11, Assistant Army Preposition Stock (APS-5)

Property Book Accountable Officer

Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc., Afghanistan, APO

 

  • Maintain full accountability for records maintenance (inventory) of equipment in shop for (trucks, generator) fleets to support the War fighter with technologically advanced communications system, mine immobilizing) equipment DOD (developed and sent to field) for distribution to units
  • Supervised a team of weapons repair technicians, automotive mechanics, property supply technicians responsible for distributing rolling stocks, weapons, and class II, IV, VII and class IX supplies (tents, tool sets, construction supplies, trucks, and corresponding repair parts)
  • Managed the Engineer Equipment Refurbishment Program and State Department Coalition equipment issues, with a combined value of issued equipment in shop at >$6.47B

 

03/09 – 02/10, Logistics Management Specialist

Pacific Architect Engineer (PAE) / Lockheed Martin, Afghanistan, APO

 

  • Managed planning, scheduling, coordination of major equipment acquisition including: M916, M925 truck tractor / dump trucks from Kuwait shipped to Afghanistan for Army units), valued at ~$5.352M
  • Liaison for Combined Joint Task Force -101/82 (CJTF101/82) equipment inventory supporting new equipment fielding to provide new trucks (in theater) in revolving exchange for older trucks, as well as revolving exchanges from older M16s for M4 rifles
  • Spearheaded the successful refurbishing of battle fatigue refurbished trucks damaged in combat, repairing to operational readiness issue as deliverables within 15 days to US troops; responsible for inventory, repair, and maintenance of equipment at depot level for re-stock

 

06/08 – 02/09, Lead Maintenance Manager (promotion)

General Dynamics Information Technology, Arfjan, Kuwait, APO

 

  • Conducted research and assessments for critical end items, including: Husky vehicle repair (REDPACK), obtaining unique/rare repair parts for Afghanistan war theatre; researched and source via Kuwait in theater of operations including: Kuwait, Iraq, Horn of Africa, Egypt, Afghanistan
  • Liaised between TACOM, FRA, Freightliner, Oshkosh trucks, Kalmar, ITT, Arfjan Kuwait Director of Logistics, and support Maintenance Organizations providing continuous fleet analysis; resulting in increased productivity by 10%
  • Managed fleet management section, establishing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and improving efficiency by 60%; tracked logistics and STAMIS system performance, resulting 100% operational status

 

06/08 – 02/09, Maintenance Manager

General Dynamics Information Technology, Arfjan, Kuwait, APO

 

  • Managed day-to-day operations, two staff and daily equipment readiness Unit reports; Coordinated fleet management section; prepared presentations for 1TSC (Ft. Bragg, NC)

 

07/07 – 06/08, Maintenance Manager

Xotech-LLC, Schofield Barracks, HI

 

  • Performed data analysis for 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT); analyzed and researched parts in supply system, ordered for repairing unit equipment, confirmed status of parts and accuracy of stock number for part requested, expedited release of parts by item managers; results were quicker repair time and return to mission for equipment
  • Consulted daily to 3rd Brigade executive leadership on maintenance issues with recommended solutions, delivered maintenance and inventory solutions, including: non-mission capable equipment, tracking repair parts from point-of-origin to in-transit location of requested parts

 

04/77 – 10/07, Military Service, Chief Warrant Officer 4 (CWO4) Hon. Ret.

United States Army, Duty Stations CONUS & OCONUS

 

04/05 – 10/07, Senior Maintenance Chief Warrant Officer (CW4)

United States Army, Wahiawa, Hawaii

 

  • Responsible for Left Behind Maintenance Program (LBE); supported four brigade equivalents, encompassing high echelon maintenance for >2,200 trucks, trailers and generators
  • Principal adviser to the command group on maintenance related matters, progression of LBE program, modification of work orders (MODs), and fleet trend analysis used in reporting through Department of the Army channels; assisted in planning for 25th Infantry Division reset operations of ~11,000 items

 

07/03 – 04/05, Senior Maintenance Chief Warrant Officer (CW4)

United States Army, Wahiawa, Hawaii

 

  • Provided support maintenance to three light infantry battalions, one towed artillery battalion, one light engineer company, one forward support battalion and one air defense artillery battery consisting of trucks, howitzer cannon, engineer equipment and missile systems
  • Responsible for daily quality of work, safety of 24 soldiers, and equipment valued at ~$700K+
  • Managed electronics maintenance section, armament section, and maintenance control section
  • Directed a successful, multi-faceted re-supply mission covering over 1,000 miles through insurgent territory; resulting in ‘0’ fatalities and 100% delivery of supplies (within 72 hours)

 

05/02 – 07/03, Battalion Chief Warrant Officer (CW3), Maintenance Officer

United States Army, Camp Casey, South Korea

 

  • Executed maintenance support for the 702nd support battalion and 84 customer units (M1 Bradley tank units, heavy truck company, engineer companies, petroleum unit and aviation unit with responsibility for supervising 46 maintenance personnel including: electronic repair tech, fuel system repair tech, generation repair tech, admin, supply tech, truck mechanic, air conditioning and heating technician in maintenance of 252 critical components, including: alternator and starter rebuild, Bradley vehicle heater, hydraulic cylinder and pump repairs

 

08/96 – 04/02, Squadron Chief Warrant Officer (CW3), Maintenance Officer

United States Army, Wheeler Army Airfield, Wahiawa, Hawaii

 

  • Managed a repair parts budget of $135K and maintained equipment worth >$5M; Responsible for 14 maintenance personnel in three MOS, mechanic, power generation mechanic and administration
  • Squadron maintenance technician in a forward deployed divisional cavalry squadron responsible for advising the commander on motor transportation and training requirements
  • Supervised staff for operation and maintenance of motor transportation equipment; conducted performance metrics; create / implement training / SOPs adopted by all levels of the organization

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2013 – present, Master of Business Administration, Project Management, Grantham University, Kansas City, KS; GPA: 4.00; Expected graduation: 08/14; courses included: Organizational Behavior; Financial Management; Economic Logic
  • 07/07, Bachelor of Science, Information Systems, University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ; GPA: 3.49

 

CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS:

 

  • 01/12 – Present, Certification, Black Belt Lean Six Sigma, Aveta Business Institute, Cranberry Township, PA
  • 2009, Buy American Act, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2009, COTS Acquisition for Program Managers, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2009, Joint Logistics, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2009, Lean Six Sigma for Manufacturing, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2008, Capabilities Based Planning, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2005, DOD Government Purchase Card, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2005, Warrant Officer, U.S. Army Warrant Officer Staff College, Fort Rucker, AL; Leadership Principles, Research & Development Process, Time Management, Logistical Operations
  • 1999, Senior Automotive Maintenance Officer Advance Course, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD; Higher Echelon Level Maintenance, Logistics, Problem Solving, and Leadership Training

 

INDUSTRY / HARDWARE / SOFTWARE / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER SKILLS:

 

 

  • Army Preposition Stock (APS-5)
  • Army War Reserve Deployment Stocks (AWRDS)
  • Federal Logistics Data (FEDLOG)
  • Logistics Management Program (LMP)
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • Property Book Unit Enhanced (PBUSE)
  • Ready to Fight Fleet (RTFF)
  • Small Arms Repair Examination-Reset (SARET-R) TACOM
  • Small Arms Support Center (SASC)
  • Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS)
  • Standard Army Management Systems Enhanced (SAMA-E1/2)
  • Standard Supply Data System (SDS)
  • Theater Sustainment Stocks (TSS)

 

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS:

 

 

  • Bronze Star Medal (1)
  • Meritorious Service Medal (2)
  • Army Commendation Medal (5)
  • Army Achievement Medal (7)
  • 06/13, Certificate of Recognition, FOB Leatherneck
  • Certificate of Recognition, 3rd Battalion, 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Bagram, APO
  • 2004, Best Warrant Officer, 16 peers’ recognition, 225 Forward Support Battalion, Schoefiled Barracks, Wahiawa, HI

 

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Resume du Jour – Andres A. Leandry – Logistics Operations Manager

Andres A. Leandry

Leander, TX 78641

(512) 337-7636 / (808) 228-6214

andresleandry2@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:   Maintenance Services, Project Manager, Logistics Coordinator, Program Manager, and/or Operations Manager

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 30+ years, United States Army, Chief Warrant Officer (Hon. Ret.)
  • 25+ years, Military Services: Maintenance and Logistics
  • 25+ years, Federal Contracting and Military Operations Support

 

CLEARANCE:             DoD, Secret (Adjudicated: 02/11; Expires: 02/18)

PASSPORT:                United States Citizen (07/08; Expires: 07/18)

WORK PREF.:             Austin, Texas or OCONUS

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

06/13 – present, Support Operations Manager

LEIDOS, Afghanistan, APO

 

  • Direct supply / maintenance management per regulatory mandates within the Joint Logistics Integration of Government Site Leads, Contractor Deputy Site Leads, and Office of Emergency Management (OEM) work forces throughout Afghanistan
  • Monitor, assess and implement maintenance actions via reports on: daily maintenance reports, daily equipment and supply report, supply comparative analysis (showing a downward trend in the reduction of on hand supplies and inventory); implement equipment repair or return to CONUS action(s), implement supply inventory correction plan(s)
  • Coordinate daily with military customers: soldiers, department of the army civilians, contractors, and foreign nationals to integrate maintenance or logistics, synchronize project requirements, schedule delivery of equipment, and conduct sustainment maintenance support to achieve a readiness level at Army standard of >90% daily
  • Supervised a staff of 43 personnel including: supply technicians, material handler, warehouse manager, data analyst, and mechanical shop manager responsible for Regional Support Activity (RSA), supply assistance support, repair parts, Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS) operations, and wholesale analysis and tracking of Mine Resistance Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles: trucks, communications, air conditioning, and heating repair parts valued at ~$2M and repair parts for disposal services, parts, and components leading to the completion of 1,921 upgraded systems for equipment suspension system(s), crew compartment sitting upgrade(s), and communications systems
  • Assigned daily tasks to teams charged with wholesale supply repair parts support; responsible for ensuring the correct parts/items delivered to correct repair shop on time to complete repairs, contract administration to ensure OEM performed within scope of work (SOW) per original equipment manufacturer OEM working together, and disposal overview for Regional Support Activity (RSAs) ensuring timely site closure for OCONUS BRAC (hands on and staff overview)
  • Performed mission analysis of trucks to be redesigned, numbers, and unique parts needed to complete deliverables (weekly); responsible for returning excess repair parts back to the Army wholesale repair parts inventory system, resulting in savings of ~$111M to the government

 

09/12 – 06/13, Production & Maintenance Manager

Science Application International Corporation (SAIC), Afghanistan, FPO

 

  • Manage a $9M quarterly budget, while managing a team of 43 staff, including: transportation logistics, supply logistics, material handlers, safety, administration specialists responsible for maintenance and repairs of mine resistance ambush protected (MRAP) trucks / equipment for U.S. and foreign armed British, Georgian, Jordanian forces
  • Scheduled repairs, confirmed and met production goals of 26 trucks monthly; managed uniqueness of actions towards monthly goals via research and acquisition of repair items not available in supply warehouse of 3,600 items, enabling average goal of deliverables, four days before schedule deadline 98% of the time

 

02/11 – 09/12, Battle Damage and Sustainment Maintenance Chief

Joint Regional Support Activity (JRSA) Leatherneck, Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Battle Damage Repair Facility

Science Application International Corporation (SAIC), Afghanistan, FPO

 

  • Managed maintenance, logistics and perform duties as the Deputy Site Lead as assistant to the lead; Supervised 43 supply technicians, material handlers, administrative clerks, safety, and maintenance managers, in 12-hour shifts, 3,612 man-hour (weekly) shop schedule
  • Responsibilities include logistical inventory and provisioning of supply Class Category IX (CLIX) repair parts, production management to prepare equipment / adjust priorities ensuring unit’s readiness Army standard of readiness 90% or above); responsible for equipment configuration (updating/upgrading design / function) of trucks and management of equipment, capabilities (<-adding new technology (insertion application) on MRAPs including Underbelly Improvement Kit (UIKII), retrofit management, and task order production to manage OEMs maintenance priorities resulting in completion of 220 MRAP all terrain vehicle M-ATV in a 12 month period, 18 trucks per week with an inventory cost of ~$8M
  • Provide technical data to US military so unit level mechanics could ensure specific levels of maintenance procedures on equipment at the unit’s level
  • Hold contractually required weekly government logistics meetings; in addition to meetings to report reliability performance of MRAP(s) in Afghanistan
  • Led production improvement initiatives monthly, resulting in completion of 471 jobs (different maintenance performed on different equipment, i.e., axle replacement, chemical detection system (remove/relocate); enhance capabilities (removal/replacement power plant [engine])
  • Managed five production projects, consisting of 521 armor vehicles (combined); ensure project deliverables completed on or ahead of schedule (resulting average 3-4 days before deadline); resulting in savings of >$374M in production cost equipment repair parts

 

02/10 – 02/11, Property Team Lead APS-5 (parallel responsibilities)

Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc., Afghanistan, APO

 

  • Managed a team of three property supply technicians) responsible for supplying new and upgraded equipment to active war fighting forces: trucks, weapons, communications equipment tents acquired through the army supply system; supervised the repair, classification, and retrograde of weapons ranging from a M4 through M777 howitzer cannon

 

02/10 – 02/11, Assistant Army Preposition Stock (APS-5)

Property Book Accountable Officer

Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc., Afghanistan, APO

 

  • Maintain full accountability for records maintenance (inventory) of equipment in shop for (trucks, generator) fleets to support the War fighter with technologically advanced communications system, mine immobilizing) equipment DOD (developed and sent to field) for distribution to units
  • Supervised a team of weapons repair technicians, automotive mechanics, property supply technicians responsible for distributing rolling stocks, weapons, and class II, IV, VII and class IX supplies (tents, tool sets, construction supplies, trucks, and corresponding repair parts)
  • Managed the Engineer Equipment Refurbishment Program and State Department Coalition equipment issues, with a combined value of issued equipment in shop at >$6.47B

 

03/09 – 02/10, Logistics Management Specialist

Pacific Architect Engineer (PAE) / Lockheed Martin, Afghanistan, APO

 

  • Managed planning, scheduling, coordination of major equipment acquisition including: M916, M925 truck tractor / dump trucks from Kuwait shipped to Afghanistan for Army units), valued at ~$5.352M
  • Liaison for Combined Joint Task Force -101/82 (CJTF101/82) equipment inventory supporting new equipment fielding to provide new trucks (in theater) in revolving exchange for older trucks, as well as revolving exchanges from older M16s for M4 rifles
  • Spearheaded the successful refurbishing of battle fatigue refurbished trucks damaged in combat, repairing to operational readiness issue as deliverables within 15 days to US troops; responsible for inventory, repair, and maintenance of equipment at depot level for re-stock

 

06/08 – 02/09, Lead Maintenance Manager (promotion)

General Dynamics Information Technology, Arfjan, Kuwait, APO

 

  • Conducted research and assessments for critical end items, including: Husky vehicle repair (REDPACK), obtaining unique/rare repair parts for Afghanistan war theatre; researched and source via Kuwait in theater of operations including: Kuwait, Iraq, Horn of Africa, Egypt, Afghanistan
  • Liaised between TACOM, FRA, Freightliner, Oshkosh trucks, Kalmar, ITT, Arfjan Kuwait Director of Logistics, and support Maintenance Organizations providing continuous fleet analysis; resulting in increased productivity by 10%
  • Managed fleet management section, establishing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and improving efficiency by 60%; tracked logistics and STAMIS system performance, resulting 100% operational status

 

06/08 – 02/09, Maintenance Manager

General Dynamics Information Technology, Arfjan, Kuwait, APO

 

  • Managed day-to-day operations, two staff and daily equipment readiness Unit reports; Coordinated fleet management section; prepared presentations for 1TSC (Ft. Bragg, NC)

 

07/07 – 06/08, Maintenance Manager

Xotech-LLC, Schofield Barracks, HI

 

  • Performed data analysis for 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT); analyzed and researched parts in supply system, ordered for repairing unit equipment, confirmed status of parts and accuracy of stock number for part requested, expedited release of parts by item managers; results were quicker repair time and return to mission for equipment
  • Consulted daily to 3rd Brigade executive leadership on maintenance issues with recommended solutions, delivered maintenance and inventory solutions, including: non-mission capable equipment, tracking repair parts from point-of-origin to in-transit location of requested parts

 

04/77 – 10/07, Military Service, Chief Warrant Officer 4 (CWO4) Hon. Ret.

United States Army, Duty Stations CONUS & OCONUS

 

04/05 – 10/07, Senior Maintenance Chief Warrant Officer (CW4)

United States Army, Wahiawa, Hawaii

 

  • Responsible for Left Behind Maintenance Program (LBE); supported four brigade equivalents, encompassing high echelon maintenance for >2,200 trucks, trailers and generators
  • Principal adviser to the command group on maintenance related matters, progression of LBE program, modification of work orders (MODs), and fleet trend analysis used in reporting through Department of the Army channels; assisted in planning for 25th Infantry Division reset operations of ~11,000 items

 

07/03 – 04/05, Senior Maintenance Chief Warrant Officer (CW4)

United States Army, Wahiawa, Hawaii

 

  • Provided support maintenance to three light infantry battalions, one towed artillery battalion, one light engineer company, one forward support battalion and one air defense artillery battery consisting of trucks, howitzer cannon, engineer equipment and missile systems
  • Responsible for daily quality of work, safety of 24 soldiers, and equipment valued at ~$700K+
  • Managed electronics maintenance section, armament section, and maintenance control section
  • Directed a successful, multi-faceted re-supply mission covering over 1,000 miles through insurgent territory; resulting in ‘0’ fatalities and 100% delivery of supplies (within 72 hours)

 

05/02 – 07/03, Battalion Chief Warrant Officer (CW3), Maintenance Officer

United States Army, Camp Casey, South Korea

 

  • Executed maintenance support for the 702nd support battalion and 84 customer units (M1 Bradley tank units, heavy truck company, engineer companies, petroleum unit and aviation unit with responsibility for supervising 46 maintenance personnel including: electronic repair tech, fuel system repair tech, generation repair tech, admin, supply tech, truck mechanic, air conditioning and heating technician in maintenance of 252 critical components, including: alternator and starter rebuild, Bradley vehicle heater, hydraulic cylinder and pump repairs

 

08/96 – 04/02, Squadron Chief Warrant Officer (CW3), Maintenance Officer

United States Army, Wheeler Army Airfield, Wahiawa, Hawaii

 

  • Managed a repair parts budget of $135K and maintained equipment worth >$5M; Responsible for 14 maintenance personnel in three MOS, mechanic, power generation mechanic and administration
  • Squadron maintenance technician in a forward deployed divisional cavalry squadron responsible for advising the commander on motor transportation and training requirements
  • Supervised staff for operation and maintenance of motor transportation equipment; conducted performance metrics; create / implement training / SOPs adopted by all levels of the organization

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2013 – present, Master of Business Administration, Project Management, Grantham University, Kansas City, KS; GPA: 4.00; Expected graduation: 08/14; courses included: Organizational Behavior; Financial Management; Economic Logic
  • 07/07, Bachelor of Science, Information Systems, University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ; GPA: 3.49

 

CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS:

 

  • 01/12 – Present, Certification, Black Belt Lean Six Sigma, Aveta Business Institute, Cranberry Township, PA
  • 2009, Buy American Act, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2009, COTS Acquisition for Program Managers, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2009, Joint Logistics, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2009, Lean Six Sigma for Manufacturing, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2008, Capabilities Based Planning, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2005, DOD Government Purchase Card, Defense Acquisition University
  • 2005, Warrant Officer, U.S. Army Warrant Officer Staff College, Fort Rucker, AL; Leadership Principles, Research & Development Process, Time Management, Logistical Operations
  • 1999, Senior Automotive Maintenance Officer Advance Course, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD; Higher Echelon Level Maintenance, Logistics, Problem Solving, and Leadership Training

 

INDUSTRY / HARDWARE / SOFTWARE / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER SKILLS:

 

 

  • Army Preposition Stock (APS-5)
  • Army War Reserve Deployment Stocks (AWRDS)
  • Federal Logistics Data (FEDLOG)
  • Logistics Management Program (LMP)
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • Property Book Unit Enhanced (PBUSE)
  • Ready to Fight Fleet (RTFF)
  • Small Arms Repair Examination-Reset (SARET-R) TACOM
  • Small Arms Support Center (SASC)
  • Standard Army Management Information System (STAMIS)
  • Standard Army Management Systems Enhanced (SAMA-E1/2)
  • Standard Supply Data System (SDS)
  • Theater Sustainment Stocks (TSS)

 

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS:

 

 

  • Bronze Star Medal (1)
  • Meritorious Service Medal (2)
  • Army Commendation Medal (5)
  • Army Achievement Medal (7)
  • 06/13, Certificate of Recognition, FOB Leatherneck
  • Certificate of Recognition, 3rd Battalion, 401st Army Field Support Brigade, Bagram, APO
  • 2004, Best Warrant Officer, 16 peers’ recognition, 225 Forward Support Battalion, Schoefiled Barracks, Wahiawa, HI

 

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