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Senior Logistician

La Grange, NC

your.email@example.com
111-222-3333
www.your-website.com

Summary

Highly motivated with excellent communication skills. Well organized and a self-starter. Customer oriented and a team player that follows jobs through to completion. Currently employed as Subject Matter Expert and lead for the U-2 weapon system and C2ISR Logistics analysis with Spectrum Comm Inc. (contractor). Retired (26 Jan 2006) as a Chief Master Sergeant from the USAF as a recognized leader with more than 33 years of combined service in the fixed wing aircraft maintenance, management, logistics and quality fields. Extensive headquarters level staff experience with a diversified background in technical, logistics, sustainment and personnel management. Extensive experience working with a variety of customers: civilian, military and contractor personnel to include Air Logistics Centers, USAF major commands and other Department of Defense agencies. Taught Quality Management theory & principles to Headquarters Staff personnel. Remains focused on company/customer objectives and goals while producing win-win solutions. Gets the job done on time. Ensures profitability. Out of the box thinker, a creative solution provider and a consensus builder. Fully understands the importance of cost, schedule and performance effectiveness and constraints. Finds the correct balance between ensuring company success, marketability and profitability while fulfilling customer needs. Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, proficient.

Work Experience

Senior Analysis/Logistician

Spectrum, Robins AFB, GA

Oct 2010Jan 2011

012 OCT 2010 - JAN 2012 
- Serve as Subject Matter Expert and lead for the U-2 weapon system analysis 
- Directly supports the 560 Aircraft Sustainment Group and 330 Aircraft Sustainment Wing 
- Works closely with HQ USAF, HQ AFMC, HQ ACC, 9th Reconnaissance Wing and ASC to develop aircraft availability forecasts, identify trends and make recommendations for corrective actions and reliability improvements 
- Often called on to assist other commands and weapon system managers to develop metrics or to participate in working groups, lean events or as part of an integrated product team

Senior Logistician

NetSoft, Robins AFB, GA

Aug 2010Oct 2010

- Responsible for the Sustainment of the C-130H Model Aircraft 
- Program Manager Duties as a Contractor 
- Implement program requirements based on 1067 submissions 
- Initiate requirements based on budget allocated 
- Initiate and maintain Statements of Work, CDRLs and Purchase Request to award contracts

Lowe's Project Specialist Exteriors

, Kinston, NC

2006Aug 2010

- Responsible for millwork related products for install sales 
- Responsible for millwork related Special Order sales 
- Responsible for personnel daily budget 
- Customer focused with daily interaction with customers 
- Responsible for stocking and maintaining products relating to specialty 
- Daily interaction with management and product vendors

Staff Aircraft Maintenance Specialist

, Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC

2004 2006

- Chief enlisted manager for 250 enlisted personnel 
- Technical advisor and assistant to the Maintenance Group Commander 
- Served as the Senior Maintenance representative for the Maintenance Group 
- Provided technical and administrative supervision 
- Ensured personnel and equipment meet daily and long term requirements 
- Safety, Facilities and Equipment Manager for the Logistics Group 
- Served as the approval authority for military and civilian pay

Aircraft Maintenance Superintendent

, Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC

2000 2004

- Served as the senior technical supervisor over subordinate supervisors and workers 
- Responsible to maintain the air worthiness and flight capability of assigned and transient aircraft 
- Assigned work requirements and instructions to subordinate supervisors 
- Set deadlines and established the sequence of work operations to follow 
- Maintained balanced workloads by shifting assignments, workers and other resources 
- Reviewed and analyzed work accomplishments, cost and utilization of subordinates 
- Participated with management and engineering personnel to develop Qualitative and 
Quantitative work standards 
- Evaluated work operations and reviewed completed work and inspection reports to ensure all standards are met

Deputy Maintenance Superintendent

, Seymour-Johnson AFB, NC

1998 2000

- Served as the Senior Technical Supervisor over subordinate supervisors and workers engaged in the total aircraft maintenance function 
- Supported accelerated maintenance and deployment efforts 
- Ensured all personnel meet all exercises and real world contingency requirements 
- Participated with assigned supervisors and employees in the development of performance plans 
- Appraised the performance of workers and supervisors in accordance with prescribed regulations

Staff Aircraft Maintenance Specialist

1989 1998

- Served as technical advisor to staff and 16 field units in the proper operation, servicing, maintenance, and repair of assigned weapon systems, subsystems, and equipment 
- Developed and prepared technical checklist, base line standards, and other statistical process control criteria for use in determining the quality of equipment maintenance and operation and qualification of personnel utilizing Air Force, AFOSH and OSHA standards 
- Staff assistance team member, visited subordinate units to perform evaluations, provide staff assistance, and train personnel in new techniques 
- Reviewed and coordinated with applicable supply, procurement, budget agencies on unit request for equipment, tools, vehicles, suggestion communications, manpower, and facility requirements 
- Outlined findings and made recommendations for corrective actions of unit findings 
- Served as the weapons system manager for the C-130 Airframe 
- Served as one of the two assigned Total Quality Management instructors for the Headquarters staff 
- Assisted higher headquarters and Lockheed with the conversion of Keesler AFB with the conversion to the C-130J

Quality Assurance Inspector

1985 1989

- Served as inspector on assigned aircraft, support equipment and facilities utilizing Air Force, AFOSH and OSHA standards 
- Interpreted findings, recommended corrective actions, and presented briefings to senior leadership 
- Served as the Ground Safety NCO for the Maintenance Group 
- Augmented wing safety and higher headquarters with technical expertise for mishap investigations 
- Developed checklist, assisted in the development of new technical directives on new aircraft and equipment 
- Established policies and procedures, assigned duties and ensured completion in accordance with written directives

Additional Information

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
  • 33 Years of honorable service in the United States Air Force, (Civilian and Military).
  • Technical advisor and assistant to Maintenance Group Commander.
  • Chief Enlisted Manager (CEM)
  • Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Superintendent (AMXS)
  • Maintenance Squadron Superintendent (MXS)
  • Recruited, trained and supervised personnel.
  • Large aircraft safety, equipment and facilities manager.
  • Expert in team building, problem solving, quality control and assurance.
  • Supervised and performed troubleshooting of all systems on large aircraft.
  • Managed maintenance production and scheduling.
  • Possess a Department of Defense SECRET Clearance.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Leadership Quality Control Teamwork Technical
Supervision Quality Assurance Problem Solving Mentoring
Training Safety Goal Setting Discipline
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