Resume for a Former US Army Colorado Supply Chain Expert Residing in New York State

by MESHA TYREE
(NEW YORK STATE)

Resume for a Former US Army Colorado Supply Chain Expert Residing in New York State


Objective: To obtain a permanent position that requires one to lead, coordinate, manage and make tactical strategic decisions within the realm of Logistics and Supply Chain.

Currently holding and using an active U.S. Government Secret Security Clearance and Passport

Computer Skills: Proficient with Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, Word Perfect, Power Point, The Internet

Work History:
US Army, Ft Carson, CO
Logistics Sergeant
2009-APR 2011

• Managed over 10 million in property.
• Knowledgeable in the supply system along with Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE), Logistics Information Warehouse ( LIW), Federal Logistics Information Center (FEDLOG) and SSN-LIN Automated Management and Integrating System (SLAMIS).
• Lowered the unit’s excess property from over 1.4 million to fewer than two hundred thousand.
• Completed two company’s change of command at 100% with no financial loss.
• Successfully reset the company’s equipment at 100%.
• Successfully set the company with the new Army mandated Automatic Identification Technology System (AIT) with a 100% inventory.
• Improved company inspection rate from 58% to 98% in over seven months by reducing waste, bringing down financial liability investigation of property loss claims down, ordering publications and increasing operational readiness rates to 95%.
• Brought supply room to Army standard and competed in the next level of inspection with the Department of the Army.
• Participated in Operation Iraq Freedom 07-08 also 2009.
• Participated in the inventory and 100% turn-over of Theater Property Equipment.

US Army, Fort Lewis, WA
Food Service
2005 – 2009

• Preformed food Service Specialist is primarily responsible for the preparation and service of food in field or garrison food service operations.
• Performs limited supervisory and inspection functions including shift supervision.
• Work in the field of supply and food service.
• Ordering of meals for field operations.
• Deployed in Operation Iraq Freedom from 2007-2008.
• Conduct all Army Direct Orders for Unit while deployed.
• Assist in pack up and inventory of property post-deployment.

Columbia College, Fort Drum, NY
2011-Present

Pursuing Associates Degree
Seventy-First High Schools: High School Diploma

Military Training:

Unit Operations Management (PBUSE OPS/MGMT) (40 hrs)
PBUSE (Unit Level) (80 hrs)
Unit Supply Specialist School/Course (9 wks)
PBUSE Management (40 hrs)
Automatic Identification Technology Operator (AIT) (16 hrs)
Auto Air Load Planner (40 hrs)
Currently holding and using an active U.S. Government Secret Security Clearance and Passport

Awards:
Secretary of the Army Commendation Medal (4 separate awards)
Secretary of the Army Achievement Medal (3 separate awards)
Secretary of the Army Good Conduct Medal (1 separate awards)

Unit Commendation (2 separate awards)

United States of the Army FORSCOM Command Supply Excellence Award

Finalist in the Department of the Army Supply Excellence Award

References Available Upon Request

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