Resume du Jour: Joshua Campbell – Procurement & Acquisition Manager

Joshua W. Campbell

Shermansdale, PA  17090

JoshuaWayneCampbell@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:                International Procurement & Acquisition Manager

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 8 years, Project / Program Management (Munitions, Aircraft Technology)
  • 6.5 years, United States Air Force, Staff Sergeant (E5; Honorable Discharge: 07/12)
  • 5.5 years, Munitions and Inventory Management
  • 1.5 years, Procurement Management (Aircraft Repair and Maintenance)

 

CLEARANCE:             DoD, Secret (Adjudicated: 07/06; Expires: 07/14)

PASSPORT:                 United States Citizen (Issued: 11/10; Expires: 11/20)

WORK PREF.: CONUS

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

09/12 – present, Procurement Manager

 (Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technology, subsidiary of Mubadala Co., Sikorsky Aerospace Services and Lockheed Martin), AMMROC, Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

 

  • Manager for Operations procurement program (ERP system) that supplies military aircraft operations, supply chain management, finance, and sub-contracts departments’ requirements, including: tools, equipment, sub-contractor acquisitions (sustainability) for F-16, Mirage 2009, Apache, King Air, MPA (five aircraft platforms)
  • Improved quality, consistency, and speed of PR output / client satisfaction by ~88% (from baseline of average delivery time for acquisition items of 8-12 mos. to 1-3 mos. after program new procedures started/carried out via delegation to six support staff; initially no policy/process for ordering tools  /equipment, so brought in track, map, and document policies and processes
  • Designed a two-part procurement template used for tools and equipment requests to reduce wait time of supply chain buyers; added visibility for shop technical requirements; trained personnel on using process improvement models to speed work (requests were analyzed to improve health and reduce safety violations, reduced man-hours, increased process improvement): forms improved purchases through supply chain (authorized / correct signatures on documentation), attached to ERP system for buyer to review item(s) purchased; result was reduction of man-hours needed when buyer is locating and retrieving invoices, reducing errors by 150%

 

11/12 – present, Operations Procurement Supervisor

AMMROC, Abu Dhabi, UAE

 

  • Researched acquisition short-comings including investigations related to Main Operations established loss prevention (tools / equipment), acquisition via uncontrolled purchases (local vendors and petty cash), and lack of operations procurement program for all five Platforms to have unified processes and work standards; monitored emails for base-wide procurement requests, resulting in an established controlled, acquisition process 
  • Responsible new Operations Procurement process, using legacy purchase request (PR) submissions, eliminating redundancies and over-spending, added signature approval requirements from Operations or Base Managers; implemented procedures for operational support for aircraft platforms in tools, small equipment, and operational service procurement requirements; each platform capability funneled procurement requests for approval via budget parameters in weekly meetings with Program, Operational and Base Manager.
  • Trained six procurement technical leads on Statement of Request and Technical references, including: Oracle access: New Parts creation, SCM Requisitions, Oracle, Standard of Practice (SOP) for indirect material purchase, and purchase methods with SCM, Engineers, Platform Managers; 1400 platform Aircraft Technicians  on new practices and procedures 
  • Created platform plan to address Key Performance Indicators (KPI) shortfalls in 2012 including lack of correct tooling for aircraft use causing aircraft groundings; results of instilling Continuous Improvement Program for the procurement program contributed to 5% of required key performance indicators, with reduced tool and mechanical failures
  • Responsible for reporting annual and work period budget needs weekly to Program Manager, Operations Manager to discuss and analyze against volume of requests; provided purchasing plan for FY14 Asset requisitions; submitted a 2014 budget of ~$24.5M (approved)
  • Wrote the 2013 Operations Procurement Base review, which covered procurements, acquisition, manning, tool and equipment purchases, infrastructure, training, operations, finance, processes, and customer service

 

10/12 – 01/13, Achieving Competitive Excellence Processes Supervisor

AMMROC, Continuous Improvement ACE/CI, Abu Dhabi, UAE

 

  • Reported to Continuous Improvement (CI) director to develop the F16 platform, a work center for aircraft maintenance of four squadrons, 27 shops, 400 personnel, UAE military service members, 70 aircraft, and 86 buildings
  • Designed and executed the CI function from a increase to 50 employees (from base of three), reduced friction between current sub-contracts and AMMROC, which improved access to work centers via an improved business relationship, enabled AMMROC to work in F16 platform; recruited / trained two locals to meet with customer and pitch the plan to build a better (trust) relationship via process improvements, built relationships with UAE customers by investigating and implementing solutions using red tag and scraping procedures
  • Setup Continuous Improvement Team (Red Tag / Scarp Events) to identify working, but unneeded equipment (Red tag segregated for inventory shop space in work stations, resulting in 75% increase in productivity (cleaned up work center and instilled a sense of cleanliness with UAE Air Force Client); client initiated events; results were improved safety (100%), reduced safety incidents (75%)
  • Established ACE/CI pool Teams to Facilitate and Augment Platform manning short falls for immediate work scheduling or future training needs for ACE/CI pool teams
  • Managed inventories in four tool rooms, inspected and sorted tools to determine serviceability, scheduled three-man shifts for 100% tool accountability / control
  • Oversight of Hazard Waste Control Teams – conducted facilities HAZMAT inspections, identified HAZMAT waste containment shortfalls, organized containment sites (20) continuous improvement team events with external Hazardous Waste Disposal Agency Gulf Sails and UAE Client; audits included: investigation/logistics/inventory for F16 Shop for missing safety items such as fire extinguishers, eye-wash stations, first aid kits, hazardous signage, hazardous material storage
  • Identified Scrap & Red Tag items to tidy platform, identified excess tools / equipment to  inventory, re-allocated assets; documented quality assurance (QA) tracker (monitor), submit to HQs for Corrective Action Reports (CARs)
  • Transferred to Mirage-2009 platform; identified 15 equipment failures, and 30 Personal Protective Equipment short comings; collaborated with shop personnel to acquire and distribute thicker gloves (heat resistant); resulting in 25% increased productivity

 

03/06 – 07/12, Staff Sergeant, Munitions Systems Craftsman (NCO: 2W071)

United States Air Force, Lakenheath, UK and Holloman, NM

 

  • Responsible for material procurement for equipment modifications, periodic component exchange, and maintenance; develops methods / techniques to maintain / recondition munitions and handling equipment; performs maintenance on munitions vehicles and equipment
  • Receives, stores, handles and transports non-nuclear weapons; performs munitions materiel management and materiel accounting functions
  • Manages, establish, evaluates performance standards, maintenance controls, and work procedures; ensures compliance with policies, directives, procedures, computes data to support financial planning and programming
  • Manages munitions production, materiel tasks/activities, identifies munitions / equipment requirements; recommends system and program changes to data processing methods
  • Monitors excess munitions programs; performs inventory, develop/maintain stock level data
  • Prepares reports, operates and maintains ADPE for munitions accounting, reporting, and status configuration, evaluates munitions equipment maintenance; evaluates munitions account condition, identifies deficiencies, and initiates corrective actions.

 

07/11 – 07/12, Munitions Accountability, Records Database Manager

United States Air Force, Holloman AFB, NM

 

  • Managed 12K files and 1,333 folders for 39 custodians and stockpile accounts
  • Reorganized / maintained files plan program and network drive for munitions tracking systems
  • Received shipment documents, used Adobe Pro to sign and electronic file for 5 year forecasting

 

10/10 – 07/11, Munitions Control, Night Shift Supervisor

United States Air Force, Lakenheath RAF, UK

 

  • Interpreted munitions requirements for aircraft, using specific coding for security, and coordinate with other shop(s) for weekly inventories) weekly schedules and arranged support for F-15C/D/E aircraft and 5 HH-60 helicopters (77 total)
  • Fielded radio transmission for customer requests (F15 fighter Group)
  • Dispatched drivers and material to complete (~160 per week, ~640 monthly) munitions (GBU-15 bombs, Chaff and Flare, 20MM, 7.62mm) delivery for flight-line aircraft

 

06/09 – 10/10, Munitions Inspection, Journeyman

United States Air Force, Lakenheath RAF, UK

 

  • Maintained weapons stockpile serviceability/integrity (standards/procedures/inspections)
  • Prepared assets for shipping per federal shipping parameters (ground/air transport)
  • Safety monitor for shop Hazmat Program, Properly disposed of chemicals and replenishment

Managed 282 Technical Data Book Library (for $306M in assets)

 

02/08 – 03/11, Senior Airman, E-4

United States Air Force, Lakenheath RAF, UK

 

  • Manage / document munitions; evaluates procedures for assembling, renovating, shipping, storing munitions, procedures for demilitarization of non-explosive munitions
  • Provides status information and expected completion dates; analyzes mission effectiveness, program requirements, and stock control levels, and validates requirements.
  • Analyzes inventory requirements to store, inspect, maintain, and secure munitions assets

 

07/06 – 06/09, Munitions Storage, Dispatch Supervisor/Crew Supervisor

United States Air Force, Lakenheath RAF, UK

 

  • Warehoused, stored, and transported ~$302M of munitions/assets to 69 munitions agencies (F15 Fighter Group/Military Security/Combat Controller/ Marine’s Recon)
  • Conducted inspections, repaired, and maintained facilities for exterior and interior inspections to meet US and UK explosive standards

 

07/06 – 02/08, Airman First Class, E-3

 

  • Manages inventory, test, assembly, process munitions; prepares munitions for aircraft loading
  • Checks safe and arm mechanisms; installs warheads, guidance units, fuses, arming wires, explosive bolts, squibs, strakes, wings, fins, control surfaces, and tracking flares
  • Reporting to USAFE Command, Munitions Systems (responsible for mobile readiness of $302M assets for 69 agencies across Europe and the Middle East)

 

03/06 – 07/06, Airman, E-2, United States Air Force, Texas

 

  • Military Basic training (8 weeks); Technical Training Course (8 weeks)

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2012 – present, Bachelor of Science, IT Management, American Military University, Charlestown, WV; Expected graduation: 08/14; Database Administrator, Database Solutions, Information Security, Program Management, ERP management
  • 05/12, Associates of Science, Munitions Systems, American Military University, Charlestown, WV; GPA: 3.0; Database analyst, ERP Systems, Munitions Programs and Accountability
  • Diploma, Lehi High School, Lehi, UT

 

CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS:

 

  • 2013, Change Management, UAE Academy, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • 2013, Communicating with Influence, UAE Academy, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • 02/11, Airman Leadership School, USAF, Feltwell RAF, UK
  • 2011, Air Force Combat Ammunition Planning, USAF, CA
  • 2011, Production & 7-level Craftsman, USAF, Holloman AFB, NM
  • 2011, Munitions Craftsman Certification, USAF, Lakenheath, UK
  • 12/11, Air Combat Command Air Force Combat Munitions Accountability, ACC AFCOMAC, ACC Combat Ammunition Planning & Production, USAF, CA
  • 11/11, Munitions Systems Craftsman, USAF, City, ST
  • 09/11, Military Leadership Training, USAF, Holloman AFB, NM
  • 02/11, Airman Leadership School, USAF, Feltwell RAF, UK
  • 2010, Microsoft Applications, Central Texas College, Lakenheath Detachment, UK
  • 05/09, Munitions Inspection (MTT), USAF, Lakenheath, RAF, UK
  • 2008, Monition Journeyman Certification, USAF, Lakenheath, UK
  • 2006, Basic Munitions Systems Course, USAF, Sheppard AFB, Texas
  • 06/06, Munitions Systems Apprentice, USAF, Lakenheath, RAF, UK
  • 01/05, Munitions Inspection, USAF, Lakenheath, RAF, UK

 

HARDWARE / SOFTWARE / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER:

 

 

  • Adobe Professional 11
  • AS400 Database
  • CAS ERP
  • Lightroom
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook
  • Oracle Database
  • SCM Requisitions (New parts creation)
  • SharePoint
  • Ubuntu
  • Visio

 

 

PATENTS / LANGUAGES:

 

  • Cantonese (fluent)

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS:

 

  • 2011, Airman of the Quarter and of the Year 2011, USAFE
  • 2008. Airman Below the Zone (Early rank advancement) , USAFE
  • 2011, Excellence Rating, Holloman AFB, ORI, USAFE

 

VOLUNTEER / COMMUNITY / TRADE ORGANIZATIONS:

 

  • 2012 – present, Youth Group Advisor, LDS, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • 02/12 – 06/12, Youth Soccer Club Coach, Alamogordo, NM
  • 2008 – 2011, High School Soccer Coach, Department of Defense School, Lakenheath, UK
  • 12/00 – 12/02, International Volunteer (English Teacher), Hong Kong, China
  • 2000, Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America, Lehi, UT

 

KEY & TRANSFERABLE SKILL WORDS: ACC, Accountability, ACE/CI, Acquisition, Administration, Aerospace, AFCOMAC, Air Force, Aircraft, Ammunition, analyze, AS400, audits, budget, buyer, Change Management, chemicals, compliance, containment, Contract modifications (mods), Database, demilitarization, Department of Defense (DoD), directives, Disposal, employees, Enduring Freedom, equipment, ERP, evaluate, explosive, F15 / F16, Federal contracting, finance, flight-line, forecasting, GBU-15, Hazardous (HAZMAT), helicopters, HH-60, inspections, investigation/logistics/inventory, KPI, Logistics / shipping, maintenance, Management / Manager, Material / materiel, mechanical, Military / Defense, Mirage-2009, Monitor, Munitions, Operations, personnel, planning, policy/process, prevention, Process Improvement, Procurement, purchase, quality assurance (QA), RAF, re-allocate, recruit/train, Requisition, Research, safety, scheduling, Security, SharePoint, Sikorsky, standards/procedures/inspections, stockpile, supervise, supply chain, Technicians, transport, USAF, vehicles, vendors, warfighter, weapons

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Resume du Jour: Joshua Campbell – Procurement & Acquisition Manager

Joshua W. Campbell

Shermansdale, PA  17090

JoshuaWayneCampbell@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE:                International Procurement & Acquisition Manager

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 8 years, Project / Program Management (Munitions, Aircraft Technology)
  • 6.5 years, United States Air Force, Staff Sergeant (E5; Honorable Discharge: 07/12)
  • 5.5 years, Munitions and Inventory Management
  • 1.5 years, Procurement Management (Aircraft Repair and Maintenance)

 

CLEARANCE:             DoD, Secret (Adjudicated: 07/06; Expires: 07/14)

PASSPORT:                 United States Citizen (Issued: 11/10; Expires: 11/20)

WORK PREF.: CONUS

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

09/12 – present, Procurement Manager

 (Abu Dhabi Aircraft Technology, subsidiary of Mubadala Co., Sikorsky Aerospace Services and Lockheed Martin), AMMROC, Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

 

  • Manager for Operations procurement program (ERP system) that supplies military aircraft operations, supply chain management, finance, and sub-contracts departments’ requirements, including: tools, equipment, sub-contractor acquisitions (sustainability) for F-16, Mirage 2009, Apache, King Air, MPA (five aircraft platforms)
  • Improved quality, consistency, and speed of PR output / client satisfaction by ~88% (from baseline of average delivery time for acquisition items of 8-12 mos. to 1-3 mos. after program new procedures started/carried out via delegation to six support staff; initially no policy/process for ordering tools  /equipment, so brought in track, map, and document policies and processes
  • Designed a two-part procurement template used for tools and equipment requests to reduce wait time of supply chain buyers; added visibility for shop technical requirements; trained personnel on using process improvement models to speed work (requests were analyzed to improve health and reduce safety violations, reduced man-hours, increased process improvement): forms improved purchases through supply chain (authorized / correct signatures on documentation), attached to ERP system for buyer to review item(s) purchased; result was reduction of man-hours needed when buyer is locating and retrieving invoices, reducing errors by 150%

 

11/12 – present, Operations Procurement Supervisor

AMMROC, Abu Dhabi, UAE

 

  • Researched acquisition short-comings including investigations related to Main Operations established loss prevention (tools / equipment), acquisition via uncontrolled purchases (local vendors and petty cash), and lack of operations procurement program for all five Platforms to have unified processes and work standards; monitored emails for base-wide procurement requests, resulting in an established controlled, acquisition process 
  • Responsible new Operations Procurement process, using legacy purchase request (PR) submissions, eliminating redundancies and over-spending, added signature approval requirements from Operations or Base Managers; implemented procedures for operational support for aircraft platforms in tools, small equipment, and operational service procurement requirements; each platform capability funneled procurement requests for approval via budget parameters in weekly meetings with Program, Operational and Base Manager.
  • Trained six procurement technical leads on Statement of Request and Technical references, including: Oracle access: New Parts creation, SCM Requisitions, Oracle, Standard of Practice (SOP) for indirect material purchase, and purchase methods with SCM, Engineers, Platform Managers; 1400 platform Aircraft Technicians  on new practices and procedures 
  • Created platform plan to address Key Performance Indicators (KPI) shortfalls in 2012 including lack of correct tooling for aircraft use causing aircraft groundings; results of instilling Continuous Improvement Program for the procurement program contributed to 5% of required key performance indicators, with reduced tool and mechanical failures
  • Responsible for reporting annual and work period budget needs weekly to Program Manager, Operations Manager to discuss and analyze against volume of requests; provided purchasing plan for FY14 Asset requisitions; submitted a 2014 budget of ~$24.5M (approved)
  • Wrote the 2013 Operations Procurement Base review, which covered procurements, acquisition, manning, tool and equipment purchases, infrastructure, training, operations, finance, processes, and customer service

 

10/12 – 01/13, Achieving Competitive Excellence Processes Supervisor

AMMROC, Continuous Improvement ACE/CI, Abu Dhabi, UAE

 

  • Reported to Continuous Improvement (CI) director to develop the F16 platform, a work center for aircraft maintenance of four squadrons, 27 shops, 400 personnel, UAE military service members, 70 aircraft, and 86 buildings
  • Designed and executed the CI function from a increase to 50 employees (from base of three), reduced friction between current sub-contracts and AMMROC, which improved access to work centers via an improved business relationship, enabled AMMROC to work in F16 platform; recruited / trained two locals to meet with customer and pitch the plan to build a better (trust) relationship via process improvements, built relationships with UAE customers by investigating and implementing solutions using red tag and scraping procedures
  • Setup Continuous Improvement Team (Red Tag / Scarp Events) to identify working, but unneeded equipment (Red tag segregated for inventory shop space in work stations, resulting in 75% increase in productivity (cleaned up work center and instilled a sense of cleanliness with UAE Air Force Client); client initiated events; results were improved safety (100%), reduced safety incidents (75%)
  • Established ACE/CI pool Teams to Facilitate and Augment Platform manning short falls for immediate work scheduling or future training needs for ACE/CI pool teams
  • Managed inventories in four tool rooms, inspected and sorted tools to determine serviceability, scheduled three-man shifts for 100% tool accountability / control
  • Oversight of Hazard Waste Control Teams – conducted facilities HAZMAT inspections, identified HAZMAT waste containment shortfalls, organized containment sites (20) continuous improvement team events with external Hazardous Waste Disposal Agency Gulf Sails and UAE Client; audits included: investigation/logistics/inventory for F16 Shop for missing safety items such as fire extinguishers, eye-wash stations, first aid kits, hazardous signage, hazardous material storage
  • Identified Scrap & Red Tag items to tidy platform, identified excess tools / equipment to  inventory, re-allocated assets; documented quality assurance (QA) tracker (monitor), submit to HQs for Corrective Action Reports (CARs)
  • Transferred to Mirage-2009 platform; identified 15 equipment failures, and 30 Personal Protective Equipment short comings; collaborated with shop personnel to acquire and distribute thicker gloves (heat resistant); resulting in 25% increased productivity

 

03/06 – 07/12, Staff Sergeant, Munitions Systems Craftsman (NCO: 2W071)

United States Air Force, Lakenheath, UK and Holloman, NM

 

  • Responsible for material procurement for equipment modifications, periodic component exchange, and maintenance; develops methods / techniques to maintain / recondition munitions and handling equipment; performs maintenance on munitions vehicles and equipment
  • Receives, stores, handles and transports non-nuclear weapons; performs munitions materiel management and materiel accounting functions
  • Manages, establish, evaluates performance standards, maintenance controls, and work procedures; ensures compliance with policies, directives, procedures, computes data to support financial planning and programming
  • Manages munitions production, materiel tasks/activities, identifies munitions / equipment requirements; recommends system and program changes to data processing methods
  • Monitors excess munitions programs; performs inventory, develop/maintain stock level data
  • Prepares reports, operates and maintains ADPE for munitions accounting, reporting, and status configuration, evaluates munitions equipment maintenance; evaluates munitions account condition, identifies deficiencies, and initiates corrective actions.

 

07/11 – 07/12, Munitions Accountability, Records Database Manager

United States Air Force, Holloman AFB, NM

 

  • Managed 12K files and 1,333 folders for 39 custodians and stockpile accounts
  • Reorganized / maintained files plan program and network drive for munitions tracking systems
  • Received shipment documents, used Adobe Pro to sign and electronic file for 5 year forecasting

 

10/10 – 07/11, Munitions Control, Night Shift Supervisor

United States Air Force, Lakenheath RAF, UK

 

  • Interpreted munitions requirements for aircraft, using specific coding for security, and coordinate with other shop(s) for weekly inventories) weekly schedules and arranged support for F-15C/D/E aircraft and 5 HH-60 helicopters (77 total)
  • Fielded radio transmission for customer requests (F15 fighter Group)
  • Dispatched drivers and material to complete (~160 per week, ~640 monthly) munitions (GBU-15 bombs, Chaff and Flare, 20MM, 7.62mm) delivery for flight-line aircraft

 

06/09 – 10/10, Munitions Inspection, Journeyman

United States Air Force, Lakenheath RAF, UK

 

  • Maintained weapons stockpile serviceability/integrity (standards/procedures/inspections)
  • Prepared assets for shipping per federal shipping parameters (ground/air transport)
  • Safety monitor for shop Hazmat Program, Properly disposed of chemicals and replenishment

Managed 282 Technical Data Book Library (for $306M in assets)

 

02/08 – 03/11, Senior Airman, E-4

United States Air Force, Lakenheath RAF, UK

 

  • Manage / document munitions; evaluates procedures for assembling, renovating, shipping, storing munitions, procedures for demilitarization of non-explosive munitions
  • Provides status information and expected completion dates; analyzes mission effectiveness, program requirements, and stock control levels, and validates requirements.
  • Analyzes inventory requirements to store, inspect, maintain, and secure munitions assets

 

07/06 – 06/09, Munitions Storage, Dispatch Supervisor/Crew Supervisor

United States Air Force, Lakenheath RAF, UK

 

  • Warehoused, stored, and transported ~$302M of munitions/assets to 69 munitions agencies (F15 Fighter Group/Military Security/Combat Controller/ Marine’s Recon)
  • Conducted inspections, repaired, and maintained facilities for exterior and interior inspections to meet US and UK explosive standards

 

07/06 – 02/08, Airman First Class, E-3

 

  • Manages inventory, test, assembly, process munitions; prepares munitions for aircraft loading
  • Checks safe and arm mechanisms; installs warheads, guidance units, fuses, arming wires, explosive bolts, squibs, strakes, wings, fins, control surfaces, and tracking flares
  • Reporting to USAFE Command, Munitions Systems (responsible for mobile readiness of $302M assets for 69 agencies across Europe and the Middle East)

 

03/06 – 07/06, Airman, E-2, United States Air Force, Texas

 

  • Military Basic training (8 weeks); Technical Training Course (8 weeks)

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 2012 – present, Bachelor of Science, IT Management, American Military University, Charlestown, WV; Expected graduation: 08/14; Database Administrator, Database Solutions, Information Security, Program Management, ERP management
  • 05/12, Associates of Science, Munitions Systems, American Military University, Charlestown, WV; GPA: 3.0; Database analyst, ERP Systems, Munitions Programs and Accountability
  • Diploma, Lehi High School, Lehi, UT

 

CAREER TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS:

 

  • 2013, Change Management, UAE Academy, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • 2013, Communicating with Influence, UAE Academy, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • 02/11, Airman Leadership School, USAF, Feltwell RAF, UK
  • 2011, Air Force Combat Ammunition Planning, USAF, CA
  • 2011, Production & 7-level Craftsman, USAF, Holloman AFB, NM
  • 2011, Munitions Craftsman Certification, USAF, Lakenheath, UK
  • 12/11, Air Combat Command Air Force Combat Munitions Accountability, ACC AFCOMAC, ACC Combat Ammunition Planning & Production, USAF, CA
  • 11/11, Munitions Systems Craftsman, USAF, City, ST
  • 09/11, Military Leadership Training, USAF, Holloman AFB, NM
  • 02/11, Airman Leadership School, USAF, Feltwell RAF, UK
  • 2010, Microsoft Applications, Central Texas College, Lakenheath Detachment, UK
  • 05/09, Munitions Inspection (MTT), USAF, Lakenheath, RAF, UK
  • 2008, Monition Journeyman Certification, USAF, Lakenheath, UK
  • 2006, Basic Munitions Systems Course, USAF, Sheppard AFB, Texas
  • 06/06, Munitions Systems Apprentice, USAF, Lakenheath, RAF, UK
  • 01/05, Munitions Inspection, USAF, Lakenheath, RAF, UK

 

HARDWARE / SOFTWARE / TECHNICAL / COMPUTER:

 

 

  • Adobe Professional 11
  • AS400 Database
  • CAS ERP
  • Lightroom
  • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook
  • Oracle Database
  • SCM Requisitions (New parts creation)
  • SharePoint
  • Ubuntu
  • Visio

 

 

PATENTS / LANGUAGES:

 

  • Cantonese (fluent)

 

RECOGNITION / AWARDS:

 

  • 2011, Airman of the Quarter and of the Year 2011, USAFE
  • 2008. Airman Below the Zone (Early rank advancement) , USAFE
  • 2011, Excellence Rating, Holloman AFB, ORI, USAFE

 

VOLUNTEER / COMMUNITY / TRADE ORGANIZATIONS:

 

  • 2012 – present, Youth Group Advisor, LDS, Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • 02/12 – 06/12, Youth Soccer Club Coach, Alamogordo, NM
  • 2008 – 2011, High School Soccer Coach, Department of Defense School, Lakenheath, UK
  • 12/00 – 12/02, International Volunteer (English Teacher), Hong Kong, China
  • 2000, Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America, Lehi, UT

 

KEY & TRANSFERABLE SKILL WORDS: ACC, Accountability, ACE/CI, Acquisition, Administration, Aerospace, AFCOMAC, Air Force, Aircraft, Ammunition, analyze, AS400, audits, budget, buyer, Change Management, chemicals, compliance, containment, Contract modifications (mods), Database, demilitarization, Department of Defense (DoD), directives, Disposal, employees, Enduring Freedom, equipment, ERP, evaluate, explosive, F15 / F16, Federal contracting, finance, flight-line, forecasting, GBU-15, Hazardous (HAZMAT), helicopters, HH-60, inspections, investigation/logistics/inventory, KPI, Logistics / shipping, maintenance, Management / Manager, Material / materiel, mechanical, Military / Defense, Mirage-2009, Monitor, Munitions, Operations, personnel, planning, policy/process, prevention, Process Improvement, Procurement, purchase, quality assurance (QA), RAF, re-allocate, recruit/train, Requisition, Research, safety, scheduling, Security, SharePoint, Sikorsky, standards/procedures/inspections, stockpile, supervise, supply chain, Technicians, transport, USAF, vehicles, vendors, warfighter, weapons

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