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WORKING EXPERIENCE
March 2020- To date
Supply chain technician for Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Serving as a supply chain technician in the logistics division at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
(LRMC). Managing all medical supply operations through automated logistic systems such as
Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) and the PYXIS point of use system. In
addition, it performs duties including storage, orders, receiving, issuing, and replenishing all
durable and expendable supplies for different departments, hospitals, and other customers of
LRMC and supporting all logistic division through maintenance of command supply transactions.
The position also involves stock management based on customers’ preferences, temporary
requirements, demand, items availability, supply sources, problem items, stock shelve life, budget,
and expenditures. Moreover, maintaining a balance between supplies on hand and supply level
estimates and forecasting future requirements. Initiates actions for maintenance, procurement, used
item disposal by LRMC and all its internal and external customers.
October 2018 – May 2019
Supply chain technician for Defense Logistics Agency
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Works as an inventory specialist performing duties that include providing solutions to stock
inconsistencies, stock investigation on inconsistencies that affect inventory balancing, receiving
and managing communications involving reports, material inspection, issuing shipment receipts,
warehousing and stock adjustments activities from local processing or externals. It also performs
location surveys and checks, including inventory counts. Another duty is updating cyclic
inspection records and adjusted records by removing discrepancies from receipts and using the
COSIS program to respond to defective materials, and assisting in the initiation of all quality
control plans and initiatives for process improvement stock and inventory accountability.
Operating the material handling equipment was among my duties. Did physical inspection of
materials through opening packages and used WEBFLIS and other automated systems. Able to
use other different packs such as M10, M20, M40, and M50. Using the ability to interpret
complicated drawings, instructions, chemical manuals, and regulations, among others.
Managed organizations inventory equivalent to up to $100000000 from different warehouses
knowing warehousing functions such as receipts, storage, and variety of supplies distribution,
commodities, and materials to ensure consistency. Conducted research and compiled data reports
for the work lead and immediate supervisors. Performed duties related to conformance to audit
readiness and ensured that all SOPs, JHAs, and other guidelines are upheld for each task.
October 2015- October 2017
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Supply Sergeant under Aviation Support BN
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Working as supply sergeant duties include maintaining and reporting property accountability under
the management of automated GCSS-Army system. Preparing all organizational transactions and
managing all accounts concerned with individual equipment and clothing and determining the best
technique of obtaining relief for damaged, lost, and damaged equipment; maintaining personal
clothing records. Also, assessing and reviewing property management errors by identifying all
transaction procedures to produce streamlined reports for agency managers increased 75%.
Organized and coordinated redistribution of approximately $20 million in equipment to other
organizations, and disposed of $12 million in defective equipment or excess supplies within seven
months. Performed preparation of all organization monthly and annual budgets and reports. Duties
also extended to scheduling and planning the appropriate preventive measures for organizational
weapons while on transit, loading/off-loading, store, and under inspection. Additionally,
achievements include supervision, training, and evaluation of five logistic personnel. Operation of
forklifts and other machines to load and off-load stack materials or move them to the organizational
store. Responsible for both non-expandable and expandable materials from their initial requests
and receipts when the property turned-in. The position involved performance in coordinating the
building and maintenance of equipment, physical security, and overseeing facility upkeep.
January 2013 – September 2015
Supply chain sergeant in Golf Support Forward Company
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
My obligations were to prepare supply documents for the organization and have a well-prepared
record for the outgoing and incoming equipment and supplies in this company. My general
supervisory allowed me to help other people in performing supply and stock control management
duties. Other duties included maintaining and managing all hand receipts, requests, and return of
supplies and equipment. As an interim supply sergeant, other responsibilities included daily
managing operations of the units supply activities to support 375 United States soldiers.
Scheduling and performing preventive and organizational maintenance of weaponry were among
the duties attributed to my docket. Supervised, trained, and evaluated five logistic personnel and
also training employees on supply chain management.
Responsible for both non-expendable and expendable/durable property from initial request and
receipt until the property is turned-in. I was also responsible for interpreting and implementing
supply and procurement policy governing the local purchase of supplies and equipment
Ensure proper hand receipt and accountability procedures are followed for all equipment issued in
support of training exercises. I was responsible for enforcing Command Supply Discipline
Program (CSDP) policies and procedure by participating in mission meetings, adhering to
established Internal Controls, and participating in the Organizational Inspection Program. I was
obligated to serve as the Physical Security Officer responsible for the physical protection of critical
activities such as inspecting all store inventory to point out any discrepancy whatsoever.
February 2011- July 2012
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Supply Sergeant under Cav
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Under this organization, the core duties included directing all activities that were related to
logistical support. The duties involved verifying and accomplishing research maintenance while
checking aspects of all materials under the support system. Before scheduling the timely delivery
of requirements, I usually investigated all problem areas to classify regions depending on urgency
and cost of requirements. I gathered information concerning research, prepared reports about the
research, and submitted it to the management and audit agencies. In addition, I managed to
supervise, train, and evaluate four logistic personnel under this position. Moreover, a sizeable
number of employees benefited from my training on supply management. Duties also included
coordinating both non-expandable and expandable/durable property from initial request and
receipt until the property is turned-in.
Interpreting and implementing supply and procurement policies governing the local purchase of
supplies and equipment were among the organization’s daily duties. It was easier to ensure proper
hand receipts and maintain accountability pertaining to all equipment issued to support training
exercises through these duties. I managed to enforce Command Supply Discipline Program
(CSDP) policies through participation in mission sync meetings and adhering to established
internal controls. Under this position, I served as a critical Control officer for all facilities and
developed all procedures for successful operations.
March 2008- December 2010
Battalion S4 Clerk/Unit Clerk
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Under this docket, my obligations included information gathering, data analysis, recommendation
preparation for the commanding officers, supply sergeants, and other senior staff in the
organization. Documenting and overseeing supply transactions and requests through hand receipts,
facilities, and organizational attire records controlled, issuing, and receiving weaponry were
among the duties attributed to my position. I also performed stock management such as shipment,
receiving, storing, requisition, procurement, among other supply chain management functions.
Moreover, I provided logistical support for five combat arms companies that included an
engineering company, the forward support company that totaled over 1000 soldiers. Again, I
investigated the Property Loss (FLIPL) process and assisted with training subordinates to improve
company supply sections.
Education Background
Ashford University in the United States
Perused Bachelors’ degree in Supply Chain Management
Credits Earned: Continuing Education Unit
Major: Supply Chain Management
Military Education Fort Hood, TX United States
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Technical or occupational certificate
Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:
Lean Six Sigma-Black Belt Lean Six Sigma-Master Black Belt Lean Six Sigma- Green
Belt Program Managers Course Program Management Course Joint Medical Planner
Course GCSS-ARMY (Global Combat Support System – Army), Fort Hood, TX, 2016
Generator Operator Course, Fort Carson, CO, 2015 Fuel Handlers Course, Fort Carson,
CO, 2015 Fork Lift Operator Course, Fort Carson, CO, 2014 PBUSE Management Course,
Fort Hood, TX, 2012 U.S. ARMY Unit Supply Specialist Advance Individual Training, Fort
Lee, VA, 2008 Basic Military Training Graduate Fort Jackson, SC, 2007
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WORKING EXPERIENCE
March 2020- To date
Supply chain technician for Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Serving as a supply chain technician in the logistics division at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
(LRMC). Managing all medical supply operations through automated logistic systems such as
Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) and the PYXIS point of use system. In
addition, it performs duties including storage, orders, receiving, issuing, and replenishing all
durable and expendable supplies for different departments, hospitals, and other customers of
LRMC and supporting all logistic division through maintenance of command supply transactions.
The position also involves stock management based on customers’ preferences, temporary
requirements, demand, items availability, supply sources, problem items, stock shelve life, budget,
and expenditures. Moreover, maintaining a balance between supplies on hand and supply level
estimates and forecasting future requirements. Initiates actions for maintenance, procurement, used
item disposal by LRMC and all its internal and external customers.
October 2018 – May 2019
Supply chain technician for Defense Logistics Agency
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Works as an inventory specialist performing duties that include providing solutions to stock
inconsistencies, stock investigation on inconsistencies that affect inventory balancing, receiving
and managing communications involving reports, material inspection, issuing shipment receipts,
warehousing and stock adjustments activities from local processing or externals. It also performs
location surveys and checks, including inventory counts. Another duty is updating cyclic
inspection records and adjusted records by removing discrepancies from receipts and using the
COSIS program to respond to defective materials, and assisting in the initiation of all quality
control plans and initiatives for process improvement stock and inventory accountability.
Operating the material handling equipment was among my duties. Did physical inspection of
materials through opening packages and used WEBFLIS and other automated systems. Able to
use other different packs such as M10, M20, M40, and M50. Using the ability to interpret
complicated drawings, instructions, chemical manuals, and regulations, among others.
Managed organizations inventory equivalent to up to $100000000 from different warehouses
knowing warehousing functions such as receipts, storage, and variety of supplies distribution,
commodities, and materials to ensure consistency. Conducted research and compiled data reports
for the work lead and immediate supervisors. Performed duties related to conformance to audit
readiness and ensured that all SOPs, JHAs, and other guidelines are upheld for each task.
October 2015- October 2017
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Supply Sergeant under Aviation Support BN
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Working as supply sergeant duties include maintaining and reporting property accountability under
the management of automated GCSS-Army system. Preparing all organizational transactions and
managing all accounts concerned with individual equipment and clothing and determining the best
technique of obtaining relief for damaged, lost, and damaged equipment; maintaining personal
clothing records. Also, assessing and reviewing property management errors by identifying all
transaction procedures to produce streamlined reports for agency managers increased 75%.
Organized and coordinated redistribution of approximately $20 million in equipment to other
organizations, and disposed of $12 million in defective equipment or excess supplies within seven
months. Performed preparation of all organization monthly and annual budgets and reports. Duties
also extended to scheduling and planning the appropriate preventive measures for organizational
weapons while on transit, loading/off-loading, store, and under inspection. Additionally,
achievements include supervision, training, and evaluation of five logistic personnel. Operation of
forklifts and other machines to load and off-load stack materials or move them to the organizational
store. Responsible for both non-expandable and expandable materials from their initial requests
and receipts when the property turned-in. The position involved performance in coordinating the
building and maintenance of equipment, physical security, and overseeing facility upkeep.
January 2013 – September 2015
Supply chain sergeant in Golf Support Forward Company
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
My obligations were to prepare supply documents for the organization and have a well-prepared
record for the outgoing and incoming equipment and supplies in this company. My general
supervisory allowed me to help other people in performing supply and stock control management
duties. Other duties included maintaining and managing all hand receipts, requests, and return of
supplies and equipment. As an interim supply sergeant, other responsibilities included daily
managing operations of the units supply activities to support 375 United States soldiers.
Scheduling and performing preventive and organizational maintenance of weaponry were among
the duties attributed to my docket. Supervised, trained, and evaluated five logistic personnel and
also training employees on supply chain management.
Responsible for both non-expendable and expendable/durable property from initial request and
receipt until the property is turned-in. I was also responsible for interpreting and implementing
supply and procurement policy governing the local purchase of supplies and equipment
Ensure proper hand receipt and accountability procedures are followed for all equipment issued in
support of training exercises. I was responsible for enforcing Command Supply Discipline
Program (CSDP) policies and procedure by participating in mission meetings, adhering to
established Internal Controls, and participating in the Organizational Inspection Program. I was
obligated to serve as the Physical Security Officer responsible for the physical protection of critical
activities such as inspecting all store inventory to point out any discrepancy whatsoever.
February 2011- July 2012
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Supply Sergeant under Cav
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Under this organization, the core duties included directing all activities that were related to
logistical support. The duties involved verifying and accomplishing research maintenance while
checking aspects of all materials under the support system. Before scheduling the timely delivery
of requirements, I usually investigated all problem areas to classify regions depending on urgency
and cost of requirements. I gathered information concerning research, prepared reports about the
research, and submitted it to the management and audit agencies. In addition, I managed to
supervise, train, and evaluate four logistic personnel under this position. Moreover, a sizeable
number of employees benefited from my training on supply management. Duties also included
coordinating both non-expandable and expandable/durable property from initial request and
receipt until the property is turned-in.
Interpreting and implementing supply and procurement policies governing the local purchase of
supplies and equipment were among the organization’s daily duties. It was easier to ensure proper
hand receipts and maintain accountability pertaining to all equipment issued to support training
exercises through these duties. I managed to enforce Command Supply Discipline Program
(CSDP) policies through participation in mission sync meetings and adhering to established
internal controls. Under this position, I served as a critical Control officer for all facilities and
developed all procedures for successful operations.
March 2008- December 2010
Battalion S4 Clerk/Unit Clerk
Accomplishment, related skills, and duties
Under this docket, my obligations included information gathering, data analysis, recommendation
preparation for the commanding officers, supply sergeants, and other senior staff in the
organization. Documenting and overseeing supply transactions and requests through hand receipts,
facilities, and organizational attire records controlled, issuing, and receiving weaponry were
among the duties attributed to my position. I also performed stock management such as shipment,
receiving, storing, requisition, procurement, among other supply chain management functions.
Moreover, I provided logistical support for five combat arms companies, an engineering company,
and a forward support company that totaled over 1000 soldiers. Again, I investigated the Property
Loss (FLIPL) process and assisted with training subordinates to improve company supply sections.
Education Background
University of Arizona Global Campus in the United States
Pursuing Masters Degree in Organizational Management (2022- Current)
Pursued Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management (Class of 2022)
Credits Earned: 120
Major: Supply Chain Management
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Military Education Fort Hood, TX United States
Technical or occupational certificate
Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:
Lean Six Sigma-Black Belt Lean Six Sigma-Master Black Belt Lean Six Sigma- Green
Belt Program Managers Course Program Management Course Joint Medical Planner
Course GCSS-ARMY (Global Combat Support System – Army), Fort Hood, TX, 2016
Generator Operator Course, Fort Carson, CO, 2015 Fuel Handlers Course, Fort Carson,
CO, 2015 Fork Lift Operator Course, Fort Carson, CO, 2014

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