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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy


0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000



Country of Citizenship:   USA

Social Security Number:  XXX-XX-XXXX



Vacancy Announcement #:                      WTDS09979309 

Position:                                                       General Supply Specialist, GS-2001-09



Core Competencies

Federal Log Data Statistics-LOGSA, Sierra Depot Systems, DSS Systems, Internet Technical Manuals, ISA Cataloging, 1510/9375/1505 Screens, Army Regulations Manuals 725-50 and 740-26, ADSM 18-LOA-KBP-ZZZ, DD1348, DD250s, Procurement, Staff Supervision/Direction, Management Assistance, Inventory Quality Control, Inventory Count/Corrections, Warehousing, MS Excel 2007, MS Word, Supply Regulations/Techniques/Methods, File Maintenance, Report Preparation, Problem Identification and Resolution, Scheduling, File Maintenance, Discrepancy Reconciliation, Purchase Contracts, Receiving, Storage/Handling of Hazardous Materials, MHE Operator Training, Training in Forklift/Tow Motor, Stock Locator System, PR-Count, APOHA-Numeric Location Codes, Information Security, Anti-Terrorism, Fraud and Security Key Control, Number Skills, Basic Packing and Preserving, Stock Locator System, Certified Bookkeeper


Professional Experience

May 2007 - Present

Sierra Army Depot

Logistics Bldg 304

Salary:  $________ annual

Hours per Week: 40

Supervisor:      Beth Holmes, ( xxx-xxx-xxxx           


Supply Technician, GS-2005-07

As Supply Technician, utilize analysis of Federal log statistics (LOGSA) in assuming responsibility for such areas as water distribution systems, trailer reset items and identifying IPDS items from excess shelves.  Incorporate understanding of identification codes, Federal log system and Internet manuals to catalog ISA items.   Employ Sierra Depot Systems (SDS) 1510/9375/1505 screens to reconcile stock item input errors, which are then corrected with Quality Control Procedures as determined in Army Regulation Manual 725-50.  Author quarterly inventory report from SWA returns on location GS99. 


Tasked with procurement of necessary supplies, utilize system of continuous checking and contact to ensure methodologies used are appropriate and allow for smooth and timely flow of materiel through proper channels.  Interact with other Depot departments, including production controllers and maintenance, to assure appropriate distribution of materiel, reconciling any difficulties.  Proactively assume responsibility for guidance of subordinate Supply Clerks in materiel management, assisting in identifying and correcting errors.  Additionally, work closely with Quality Controllers in authorizing any proposed changes or corrections.


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May 2006 C May 2007

Sierra Army Depot

Logistics Bldg 201

Salary:  $________ annual

Hours per Week: 40

Supervisor:      Sherry Pallida, (530) 827-4502          


Supply Technician GS-2005-06

As Supply Technician and manager of inventory, effectively displayed necessary qualifications such as practical knowledge of supply regulations and methodologies, understanding of requisition policies/procedures with accompanying capabilities in preparing needed documentation for requisitioning and dispersal of materiel, compiling supply data, overseeing QC and maintaining supply records.  Using DSS and SDS accountable systems, resolved any stock location issues while efficiently managing inventory counts and coordinating other warehouse activities.  Trained inspectors in use of DSS system.  Familiar with researching catalog data, Army Regulation 740-26 Manual, ADSM 18-LOA-KBP-ZZZ and other warehouse operation information.


Undertook administrative duties, utilizing Microsoft Word and Excel to author comprehensive reports and direct workload development plans, including setting parameters, determining methodologies to be used and following through to accomplishment of desired goals.  Integrated computer background into preparation and maintenance of databases as well as retrieval of information into formats necessary for varied requirements.  Identified customer concerns and issues, resolved problems and recommended necessary modifications in procedures.   Assisted with staff orientation and training as necessary.


While serving as a location auditor, tracked stock numbers, vendor identification information, stock labels, packing dates, shelf life and code types.  Developed capability to interpret special packaging instructions, including specific requirements for a variety of materials.  Additionally, maintained purchase orders/contracts, verified contract specifics and handled manual and electronic filing as well as electronic data entry and retrieval.  When tasked with new assignments, have proactively searched out all background and supporting information available in order to perform at optimal levels.



August 2002 C May 2006


Ft. Carson, CO

Salary:  $________ annual

Hours per Week: 40

Supervisor:      Sf. Sgt. E-6 Baldwin, (719) 526-7108


Medical Support Assistant (OA) GS-679-04


In this OB/GYN Clinic setting, which handled delivery of up to 150 babies per month and was serviced by 4-20 providers, supplied administrative support, which included appointment scheduling and telephone coverage in assuring receipt of information and dissemination to appropriate personnel, particularly Nurses and Physicians.  Additionally, oversaw records management (up to 800 files), maintaining OB charts, waivers, nutritional recommendations and diet information as well as past pregnancy history.  When directed to do so by Head Nurse or Physician, brought patients up-to-date on laboratory findings.  Assisted clinic staff as needed and provided orientation to newly-assigned personnel. 



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December 1999 C August 2002

Defense Logistics Agency

5851 F Avenue

Hill AFB, Utah

Salary:  $________ annual

Hours per Week: 40

Supervisor:      Rick Jenkins, (801) 777-4932


Supply Technician (DT) GS-2005-05


Under stringent time guidelines, oversaw processing, into SBSS and DSS systems, Bills of Lading (DD1348s, DD250s, contracts) and receipts for variety of items, including hazardous materials, bench stock clothing and aircraft turbines.  Carefully monitored receipts for any discrepancies, such as non-conforming material or misdirected, duplicated or damaged shipments.  Utilized retrieval systems, Federal logs, Bills of Lading and inventory documents, as well as notification of centers, item managers, warehousemen and inspectors, to determine appropriate dispersal of items in question.


Additionally, operated cutting, shrink wrap, sealing and labeling equipment. 



September 1997 C August 2000

Defense Logistics Agency

5851 F Avenue

Hill AFB, Utah

Salary:  $________ annual

Hours per Week: 40

Supervisor:      Rick Jenkins, (801) 777-4932


Supply Clerk


As Supply Clerk, maintained oversight and clerical responsibility for materiel receiving and organizing, with associated sorting and batching of related documentation.  Assured proof of delivery of local purchases and maintained purchase contract files, verifying that contract provisions were met.  Corrected inaccurate or incomplete stock number and quantity information.  Ensured that all documents were filed, either manually or electronically.  Assisted warehouse, center and item management personnel with any inquiries made on SBSS, SDS, DO35 and DSS systems.  Developed proficiency in understanding of and complying with Defense Distribution Western Region policies and procedures regarding supply management issues. 



October 1985 C September 1997

Operations Branch PPP&M 15C Section

Def Distribution Depot

Ogden, UT

Salary:  $________ annual

Hours per Week: 40

Supervisor:      Bill Chadwick


Packer, WG 7002-04

Utilizing standard acceptable procedures, oversaw packing and preservation of designated items.  Employed judgment regarding choice of container based on weight, size and stock number.  Carefully and efficiently compared packed materials with accompanying shipping information.   Utilized weight handling equipment.


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Military Experience

April, 1979 C May 1983

United States Army

Fitzsimons AMC

Aurora, CO

Administrative Specialist


Achieved Rank of Private First Class


Honorably Discharged




Weber State University, Ogden, UT

General Coursework, 12 Semester Hours


Specialized Training

Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials, MHE Operator Training Course 6000 lb.

Forklift, Gas Tow motor, Electric Tow motor, Inventory, Stock Locator System, Proper Procedures for performing PR-Count Actions, Counting Action & Completion of Forms, Cards, etc., 9-digit APOHA-Numeric Location Codes, Information Security Training, Anti-Terrorism Training, Motor Vehicle Operation. Diploma, Basic Programming. US Army training in Quality in the Workplace, Crime Prevention, Safety Refresher Training, Fraud and Security Key Control, Fire Extinguisher Use, Handling Hazardous Materials Safely, Number Skills Training, MHE Operator Training, Basic Packing and Preserving, Inventory, Stock Locator System.


Licenses and Certifications

Certified Armor

Certified Bookkeeper

Military Drivers License

Military ID Badge

Nevada Drivers License


Other Awards/Commendations

$400 award for training DLA inspectors on the new DSS operating system

Expert Badge W/Pistol Bar

Marksman Badge/Rifle Bar

Expert Badge/Hand Grenade Bar

Good Conduct Medal,

Army Service Ribbon

Overseas Service Ribbon

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