Entry Level Roughneck, Hardworking, Trained At Maritime Drilling Schools, Canada

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Resides in: Houston, Texas, United States
Languages: English
Date of Birth: N/A
Added Date: January 14, 2014
 
Education & Experience
Education Level: High School Graduate
Travel & Relocation
Willing to Travel: Yes
Willing to Relocate: Yes Domestic
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Industry Sector Expertise Experience
 
Resume / CV
Career Summary / Objective:
Objective: I am seeking a position as a Roughneck where I can use my determination, motivation and prior supervisory, oilfield training and military experience to help you obtain your company's goals.

Employment History:

August 2008 to September 2013: GENERAL DYNAMICS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, KUWAIT
Munitions Lead Class V Item Manager (USARCENT G4 / 1ST TSC):
• Conduct shaping operations in the USCENTCOM area of operations
• Preparation of orders / tasking subordinate commands to complete missions (FRAGOs)
• Monitor theater CL V levels / preparation of mitigation factors
• Production of ammunition reports identifying missile strength throughout the region
• Provide detailed information to the general officers using power point presentations
• Serve as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for ammunition related items throughout the ARCENT A/O
• Assist with vessel preparation used in ammunition resupply
• Assist with troubleshooting of Standard Army Ammunition System-Modified (SAAS-Mod) connectivity issues
• Created line of balance spread sheets which monitored regional ammunition levels
• Established stockage drawdown tracking system
• Supervised the organization / daily work assignments of 3 Ammunition Item Managers
• Worked in coordination with other U.S. Military branches to ensure delivery of CL V Material to locations throughout the CENTCOM A/O

December 2006 to July 2008: THE LOGISTICS COMPANY, KUWAIT
Class V Item Manager, (1ST TSC):
• Planned / prepared / executed operational sustainment support
• Conducted coalition / joint reception / staging and onward movement (C/JRSO) redeployments
• Processed shipment directives using the Standard Army Ammunition System-Modernization (SAAS-MOD) computer system
• Troubleshoot SAAS-MOD issues
• Ensured that connectivity between SAAS-MOD computer systems
• Forecast ammunition requirements

June 2000 to December 2006: COMBAT SUPPORT ASSOCIATES, KUWAIT
Supervisor/Class V Item Manager / Supply Technician:
• SAAS-MOD computer system administrator on the SAAS-MOD / performed diagnostics on communication issues
• Supervised the organization / daily work assignments of 15 Americans and 50 third country nationals
• Worked for Combat Support Associates (CSA) who supported the United States Army ASP in Kuwait
• Prepared / issued shipment paperwork for ammunition inventory / availability
• Supervised the operations / maintenance of material handling equipment
• Provided safety briefings to employees
• Ensure personnel utilize the correct PPE during job functions
• Ensure Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) are completed on all Material Handling Equipment (MHE) being utilized
• Operated MHE such as diesel powered forklifts, container movers, 10K forklifts and extended boom off-road forklifts.

May 1996 to May 2000: UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, PALMS, CALIFORNIA
Ammunition Technician:
• Worked at the ammunition supply point (ASP) on the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center
• Supervised personnel in preparation for the Department of Defense Explosive Safety Board / compliance with DOD Regulations
• Enforced regulations pertaining to ammunition security / safety / transportation / storage
• Identified Marines with personal problems / used appropriate agencies for assistance
• Created detailed monthly reports evaluating troop job performance

Education:
• 2013: Maritime Drilling School (MDS), Nova Scotia, Canada
• 1998: Certificate, NCO Ammunition Refresher Course, Camp Pendleton, CA
• 1997: Ammunition Technician, US Marines, Redstone Arsenal, AL
• 1995: Graduate, White Pass High School, Randal, WA

Identifications:
• Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)- Expires December 2018
• United States Passport- Expires January 2020
• Oregon State Driver License- Expires August 2021
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