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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy


0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000



10-Point Veterans Preference

Country of Citizenship:   USA

Social Security Number:  XXX-XX-XXXX



Vacancy Announcement #:                      HQDES-10-311697 

Position:                                                       Supply Management Specialist, Department of Defense, Defense Logistics Agency



Core Competencies

U.S. Marine Corps Captain (1998-2004); Supply chain management/oversight, preventive maintenance, management of $100MM+ in motor transport assets, planning/coordination of road/rail/ship/air movement of personnel and equipment internationally, packing/tracking/in-transit visibility (ITV) of unit assets, tracking/storing/disposal of hazardous materials/waste, liaison with state and Federal EPA personnel, development of SOPs, personnel and resource management, training, mentoring

Professional Experience

January 2008 - Present

Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church

Jacksonville, FL

Salary:  $40,000 annual

Hours per Week: 50

Supervisor:      Kyle Reese, Phone #:             DO NOT CONTACT UNTIL FIRST SPEAKING WITH CANDIDATE


Director of Student Activities

Charged with responsibility for coordinating local, regional and national/international activities for young people in congregation.  Facilitated all planning, logistics and successful accomplishment of two service project trips to Miami, FL, to work with inner-city groups.  Launched tutoring program for elementary school-aged children at local homeless shelter, and designed and implemented involvement of adults with mentoring program for small groups of students.  Additionally, led several retreats and camping trips for middle- and high-school students.   


Within church per se, played key role in introducing new curricula for Sunday and Wednesday worship programs.  These programs were designed to bring more young people into interaction with congregation and exposure to Christian teachings and values by displaying relevance to day-to-day life. 


Administratively, was responsible for budget for student activities, from planning through submitting for approval and finally utilizing funds appropriately in executing planned ventures.  For the church, served as Webmaster in designing, building and maintaining church web site.  Additionally, filled staff liaison role on Facilities and Security Committees.


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April 2004 C December 2007

The Baptist Church of Beaufort

Beaufort, SC

Salary:  $42,000 annual

Hours per Week: 50

Supervisor:      Eric Spivey xxx-xxx-xxxx      May Contact


Director of Student Activities


As Student Activities Director, interacted closely with young boys and girls of congregation, introducing more relevant Bible Study curriculum and providing environment that encouraged positive involvement with others and the community as a whole.  In support of this involvement, utilized facility space with multi-media equipment for student-focused activities of drama, other performing arts and worship.  From this involvement formed a youth band that led worship for congregation.  Led numerous retreats and camping trips for middle- and high-school children and was in charge of mission trips to Birmingham, AL, Macon, GA, North Pole, AK, and several other local and regional locations.  Oversaw and administered budgets as well as any additional fundraising activities for these and other youth-oriented activities and projects.  Worked closely with local housing and homeless shelters to develop mission and ministry opportunities.  Saw need and provided for regular, consistent mentoring of small groups of young people by adults within congregation.




July 2003 C April 2004

Marine Corps Air Station

Beaufort, SC

Salary:  $_______ annual

Hours per Week: ___

Supervisor:      Lt. Col. Vernon Prevatt, No Phone # Available          May Contact


S-4 Officer


As S-4 Officer, was charged with management of $100MM+ in motor transport, weapon systems, communications equipment and engineering assets.  Oversaw maintenance programs designed to conserve and extend asset life while ensuring organizational readiness.  Tasked with planning/coordinating all road, rail, ship and air movement of personnel on worldwide-basis as required for meeting unit goals.  For five major exercises and deployments, managed 500 personnel and over 140 vehicles and trailers, valued at $20MM+.  Successfully packed, tracked and ensured in-transit visibility (ITV) of all assets, including classified/sensitive equipment and weapons systems.




December 2002 C July 2003

Marine Corps Air Station

Beaufort, SC

Salary:  $_______ annual

Hours per Week: ___

Supervisor:      Lt. Col. Vernon Prevatt, No Phone # Available          May Contact


Division Commander, Headquarters and Service Division


In this assignment, was tasked with leadership, organizational management, training, counseling and personnel management responsibility for 200-individual unit.  Directed three major field operations and three critical inspections.

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April 2002 C December 2002

Marine Corps Air Station

Beaufort, SC

Salary:  $_______ annual

Hours per Week: ___

Supervisor:      Lt. Col. Vernon Prevatt, No Phone # Available          May Contact


Assistant Operations Officer/Training Officer


In this multi-pronged assignment, served as Training Officer for 500 individuals, tracking training requirements as well as organizing/developing training opportunities; increased readiness of unit by 30% in two critical areas.


Additionally was Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Officer, assuring appropriate training levels and force protection availability; Nuclear, Chemical, Biological (NBC) Officer, supporting relevant training and readiness; and Classified Material Control Officer, overseeing appropriate handling, storage and destruction of all classified material.




July 2000 C April 2002

Camp Lejeune, NC

Salary:  $_______ annual

Hours per Week: _____

Supervisor:      Lt. Col. Fred Bryant    No Phone # Available             May Contact


Regimental Maintenance Management Officer


Held direct responsibility for oversight of four battalion-level Maintenance Management officers and readiness of $100MM+ in motor transport (700 vehicles/trailers), weapon systems, communications and engineering assets.  Managed complete maintenance process/supply chain, from proactively determining problems at early, easily-resolved stages, through efficient procurement of parts to final repair and meeting of QA standards.  Accomplished assignment effectively, reliably and with minimum impact on organizational readiness.




March 1999 C July 2000

Camp Lejeune, NC

Salary:  $____ annual

Hours per Week: _____

Supervisor:      Lt. Col. William Hughes, No Phone # Available         May Contact


Battalion Maintenance Management Officer


Managed all aspects of readiness assurance for $20MM in unit assets, including 140 vehicles and trailers, weapons systems, engineering and communication equipment.  Utilized pro-active preventive maintenance, acquired parts using a sophisticated tracking and management process for minimal unit interruption, and performed repairs and quality checks in most efficient manner possible yet still accomplishing mission goals.


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Embarkation Officer


Concurrently, as Embarkation Officer, assigned planning and implementation of movement of personnel and materiel.  Oversaw coordination of road, rail, ship and air movement for national/international assignments and deployments.  Given responsibility for in-transit visibility (ITV), packing and tracking of unit assets, including classified equipment and weapons systems.  For five major exercises/deployments, successfully moved 450+ individuals and more than $20MM of vehicles and equipment.


Environmental Compliance Officer


Additionally, during this same time period served as Environmental Compliance Officer, with responsibilities for all aspects, including tracking, storing, documenting and disposal of all hazardous materials and waste.  Worked closely on behalf of unit with Hazardous Materials inspectors and other state and Federal EPA personnel.  Developed and maintained operating procedures designed to ensure compliance with all policies/procedures regarding handling of hazardous materials.




Earlier Background


During 1993-1998, served as member of Management Team and Salesperson for Couch s Jewelers.  In this assignment, developed cash management, inventory, procurement, merchandising and training/mentoring skill sets.





Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

Charlotte, NC

Master of Theological Studies, Focus on Leadership, 2008

 3.19 GPA


Webster University, Camp Lejeune, NC

Master of Arts, Public Administration, 2001

3.6 GPA


Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL

Bachelor of Arts, Economics & Political Science; Communication Minor, 1997




Specialized Training

Team Embarkation Officer s Course, 2000

Hazardous Material/Waste Safety Course, 1999

Logistics Operations Course, 1999

U.S. Marine Officer s Basic Course, 1998


Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Officer

Nuclear, Chemical, Biological (NBC) Officer

Classified Material Control Officer

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