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MBA, Supply Chain Planning pending 2009; Management; Supervision; Supply Systems Analysis; Supply Chain Management; Logistics; Procurement; Inventory Control; Operations; Personnel; Project Administration; Program Management; Budgeting; Problem Solving;
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SUPPLY SYSTEMS ANALYST. 02/08 to Present. 40 hours per week. $117,469 annually.
Program Office, Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), US Army, Marlton, NJ 08053.
Supervisor: Gary Webber retired.
Represent CECOM as subject matter expert; plan, develop and implement policies for Supply Chain Planning activities, provide operations management support to LMP Project Team to enhance business efficiency, contribute to development of LMP training reference materials, support Business Team Lead (BTL) to complete varied tasks and facilitate software development cycle, lend expertise to successfully complete Legacy System assigned process tasks and activities, develop and implement policies and procedures required for automation. Employ effective verbal and written communication skills to contact and collaborate with sponsors, colleagues, target populations and key end users. Produce and provide data, scenarios and Legacy documentation for Project Team members, collaborate to conduct system and role testing, represent the LRC/CECOM at meetings and conferences to address and resolve issues, coordinate and conduct meetings with HQAMC, AMC Subordinate Commands and HQDA. Proficiently reviewed and corrected Demand Planning Functional Documentation for quality assurance, ensuring Supply Chain Planning met critical specification requirements.
Acting as Major Item Planning LMP Site Support Team Member, responded to end user inquiries and troubleshot problems for timely solutions; collaborated with onsite personnel in generating information maximizing Help Desk Operations and worked with Help Desk and Consultants in troubleshooting and resolving system issues. Improved performance by developing policies and procedures for Major Item Demand Planning. Defined and implemented process enhancements to boost accuracy of planning process;; launched process enhancement filtering all obsolete items by Logistics Control Code prior to data feed into LMP, reducing job execution time and providing for quicker review/update for major item planner as well as minimized levels of human intervention.
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST. 10/00 - 02/08. 40 hours per week. $112,735 annually. Program Office, Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), US Army, Marlton/Moorestown, NJ 08053. Supervisor: Joseph E. Hultmark retired.
Represented CECOM as subject matter expert in support of LMP. Provided functional expertise to Core Services Work Group and Long Lead Team Activities for Balanced Scorecard and Major Item Planning. Assisted stabilization efforts, developed new business solutions for functional aspects of supply chain planning, sales and distribution. Authored and distributed reports to Change Agent, Director of Logistics and the Readiness Center to reflect LMP progress. Attended and participated in weekly triage meetings. Tested/corrected inventory discrepancies to prevent errors in Base Unit of Measure. Provided staff with Item Planning procedural training. Created Desk Guide supporting major item planning during LMP to CECOM deployment.
Collaborated in Balanced Scorecard (BSC) Long Lead Time (LLT) Group initiatives, steering assignments to supporting personnel in achieving goals. Developed 16 Enterprise metrics; developed data gathering, creation and deployment strategies for LMP Metric Validation Survey and designed business processes for formulating/mapping metrics to Balance Scorecard.
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST. 12/95 - 10/00. 40 hours per week. $0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000. Supervisor: Ronald Michel, 732-427-4628. Permission to contact: Yes.
Represented Single Channel Airborne and Ground System (SINCGARS) BRANCH as Team Leader in Supply. Analyzed, coordinated and integrated comprehensive weapons system support requirements to optimize operations; oversaw inventory management and integrated logistics support techniques to ensure compliance with protocol. Administered provisioning, configuration control, life cycle support planning, technical data management and acquisition strategy procedures. Addressed customer inquiries. Implemented regulations including DOD 5000 series, AR 710-1 (Inventory Management), AR 750-1 (Army Maintenance Policy), AR 708-1 (Cataloging and Supply Management Data). Managed procurement/repair budgets. Presented and defended lead-time goals and stock availability goals to the Division, Directorate and the Command Representatives.
SUPERVISOR, INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST. 12/94 - 12/95. 40 hours per week. $0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000. Supervisor: Rosemary Pierson retired.
Strategically planned, allocated and administered $30M+ Acquisition and $3M Repair budget to control costs while meeting goals; maintained optimal stock ratios. Developed milestone schedules forecasting budget obligations. Presented and justified high dollar acquisitions during PAG Reviews process as well as prepared/presented lead-time strategies during Directorate Reviews. Collaborated in developing acquisition plans to meet increasing demand for multiple items in short supply. Analyzed and identified lead-time errors to develop corrective action plans. Attained 90%+ stock availability while reducing hard core/hard hard core items. Improved readiness and sustainability by designing targeted action plans. Developed/introduced innovative approaches to maintaining optimal stock levels.
Directed management of weapons systems though all phases or life cycle. Represented Single Channel Airborne and Ground System (SINCGARS) Branch as Supervisor; directed System Support Managers, Item Manager and Team Leader, reviewed and interpreted supply logistics and inventory management policy/regulations to maintain compliance and determine performance standards, evaluated work performance, generated related reports, and initiated/recommended personnel actions. Addressed and resolved subordinate issues utilizing strong leadership skills, stipulated priorities and schedules to improve overall departmental efficiency, regularly reviewed subordinate job descriptions to ensure accurate job activity and relevance, conducted performance reviews, took disciplinary measures within regulatory guidelines, initiated and recommended performance awards, attended management conferences, participated in policy making and procedural protocol deliberations, consulted with specialists to determine and meet training needs. Ensured compliance with EEO guidelines/goals.
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST. 04/89 - 12/94. 40 hours per week $50,774 annually. COMM/ADP Division, Tactical Radio Branch, US Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ, 07703. Supervisor:
Phyllis A. Webb retired.
Represented Tactical Radio Branch as Systems Support Manager and Team Leader; monitored acquisition, fielding, readiness and support of assigned weapons systems (AN/GRC-142, AN/GRC-193/213 and AN/PRC-104), coordinated integrated logistics operations and support, performed periodic analyses of fielded systems to evaluate critical readiness and determine supply support issues, analyzed and deployed the Total Asset Visibility System to determine shortages and supportability postures for systems/parts, reported ongoing assigned weapon system supply posture to Division, Directorate and Command, implemented procedures to Command protocol. Provided logistics management support and procedural training to Item Managers for newly procured equipment and displaced assets to improve supply readiness.
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST. 05/86 - 04/89. 40 hours per week. $34,580 annually. COMM/ADP Division, Single Channel Radio Branch, US Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ, 07703. Supervisor: Janet Buntele retired.
Represented Directorate at Project Control Boards, Command Review Boards, Budget Reviews and Material Release Reviews; maintained adherence to AR 700-5, AR 725-50 and AR 700-20 guidelines when issuing major items, analyzed, managed and controlled supplies and equipment.
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST. 05/85 - 05/86. 40 hours per week. $22,531 annually. COMM/ADP Division, Single Channel Radio Branch, US Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ, 07703. Supervisor: Dorothy M. Parziale, retired.
GENERAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST. 04/85 - 05/85. 40 hours per week. $18,418 annually. COMM/ADP Division, Single Channel Radio Branch, US Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ, 07703. Supervisor: Dorothy M. Parziale retired.
GENERAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST. 04/83 - 04/85. 40 hours per week. $14,759 annually. COMM/ADP Division, Single Channel Radio Branch, US Army, Fort Monmouth, NJ, 07703. Supervisor: Dorothy M. Parziale retired.
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Program for Supply Chain Planning, expected spring, 2009 Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Logistics Modernization Program, US Army, Training with Industry, October, 2000
Supply Intern Program, US Army, April 1983-April 1985
Bachelor of Science in Education, Minor in Sociology, College of New Jersey, 1975
Demonstrated Senior Logistician, July, 2008, International Society of Logistics (SOLE) and US Army Logistics Management College (ALMC) partnership program.
Program Management, Level I, September, 2005, Defense Acquisition University
Life Cycle Logistics, Level III, June, 2004, Defense Acquisition University
Logistics Modernization Program (LMP), US Army: Larry Bruce Subject Matter Expert Award; February 2009
Team of the Quarter Award; May 2007
Annual Performance Award, August, 1997-September, 2008
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