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Inventory Specialist Resume

Lanham, MD

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY:

Assistant with 25+ years of experience in all administrative components. Seeking opportunities to leverage expertise in all aspects of the administrative field. Highly effective at being a self - starter in receiving memorandums, letters, travel, scanning documents, answering phones, meeting deadlines for team and VIP personnel.

SKILLS:

  • Expert Team Leadership Communicate Information and ideas to others
  • Work Effectively with Others Think Both Critically and Creatively
  • Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving Effective Time Management
  • Develop and Implement Solutions Obstacles to Solving Problems

PROFICIENT DATABASE SKILLS:

Microsoft Office Applications Adobe Acrobat; HTML; Web Publishing; Sun Solaris; Internet; Interlink; Imagery; Frame Maker; Photoshop; MIDB; Artemis; Gemini; Microsoft Office Applications; Adobe Acrobat; HTML; Web Publishing; Sun Solaris; Internet; Interlink; Imagery; Frame Maker; Proton; Analyst Notebook; WISE; SAFE; Apple; Windows Operating Systems; Microsoft Excel; Power Point; Pathfinder; ARIES; UNIX Systems; Deltek Time System; JPAS, SIPR; Replicon.

WORK HISTORY:

Confidential, Lanham, MD

Inventory Specialist

Responsibilities:

  • Diligent Inventory Specialist with talent for working with diverse product lines and multiple store locations, such as Kohl’s, Forman Mills, Cabela’s, Barnes and Noble, etc.
  • Hardworking Inventory Specialist bringing a few years of retail experience.
  • Driven to maximize customer engagement and sales revenues. Organized and resourceful team player. Van rides to out of state for inventory counting.
  • Highly familiar with inventory counts, business audits and documentation
  • Conduct Cycle Count inventory processes to ensure accuracy and timely execution.
  • Create an efficient space utilization plan.
  • Notify store management of shortages or other problems that could impact product availability.
  • Instruct store staff on proper procedures for locating and utilizing product inventory.
  • Check bulk orders for accuracy and quality prior to shipment.
  • Specialty counting inventory for customers such as Kohl’s, Forman Mills, Barnes and Noble for complete satisfaction.
  • Expert in providing data collection and store optimization services.
  • Expert counts over 2000 clothing, objects, etc.

Confidential, Suitland, MD

Administrative Support

Responsibilities:

  • Perform administrative and office support responsibilities for 12 Confidential personnel.
  • Achieved for expert in administrative responsibilities with strong communication.
  • Expert in serving 4 supervisors with calendar scheduling and travel.
  • Perform project management tasks for 50% of office.
  • Assist in developing 6 Confidential project’s scope and requirements.
  • Oversee integration and compilation of the planned product.
  • Expert in implementing the products.
  • Edit over 20 tasks for Confidential personnel daily.
  • Prepare 10+ e-mails daily to alert offices to pick-up tasks.
  • Communicate daily when tasks are given for logging and closing out.
  • Manage over 15 work tasks daily.
  • Responsible for scheduling and making deadlines. Scan documents for VIPs and workplace.

Confidential, Bethesda, MD

Security Escort

Responsibilities:

  • Expert security escort working with 10+ contractors for a DIA Project.
  • Responsible for escorting and monitoring access in and out of the facility.
  • Operate and ensure proper administration and control of equipment designed for management of property, deliveries, packages, and controlled/prohibited items.
  • Monitor the compliance with the established rules and regulations.
  • Responsible for precautions for health and safety of persons.
  • Promptly report or correct unsafe conditions.
  • Walked with 10 uncleared workers per day.

Confidential, Columbia, MD

Special Security Representative

Responsibilities:

  • Expert knowledge of Joint Personnel Automation System (JPAS) automation systems and SIPR classified network.
  • Huge knowledge of SCI requirements and security.
  • Use JPAS, SIPR and NIPR for in-processing and out-processing.
  • Schedule indoctrination and debriefs.
  • Monitor front desk for badge check and visitors arriving and departing facility.
  • Communicate with visitors for their driver’s license and clearance level.
  • Expert knowledge of physical and basic security.
  • Excellent communications skills.
  • Front desk monitors every Friday for over 10 visitors per day.
  • Prepare badges for cleared and uncleared personnel, for access in the facility.
  • Skilled in preparing clearance to meet with their counterparts.
  • Check packages, pocketbooks for safety guidelines.
  • Received for Awareness .

Confidential, Aberdeen, Maryland

Security Escort

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for escorting of all non-cleared personnel, janitorial/maintenance crews, and contractors performing work in secure areas of the mission or other locations as directed by the supervisor.
  • Secure worksite upon completion of work by ensuring that all uncleared personnel have exited the area.
  • Prepare and ensure that all materials entering a facility have been inspected by designated personnel prior to entering.
  • Responsible for locally procuring items required for use within the facility.
  • Responsible for the control and safe operation of any job-related equipment and supplies such as destruction equipment (shredders, disintegrators, etc.), x-ray machines, keys, radios.
  • Prepares Incident Reports of any and all work-related problems or security incidents to the appropriate sections.
  • Provide support for special delegations and VIP visitors.
  • Ensure performance meets the Aberdeen Proving Grounds standards and requirements and must act in accordance Aberdeen Proving Grounds Code of Conduct.

Confidential, Laurel, MD

Bus Attendant

Responsibilities:

  • Skilled in ensuring children are properly positioned and restrained (babies fastened in car seats, and seat belts for older children).
  • Expert with children boarding the bus.
  • Help children safely get off the bus and into the custody (only) of those individuals authorized to receive them.
  • Retrieve any fallen objects during the bus ride.
  • Responsible for communicating with parent(s) if trouble occurs on bus.
  • Keep watch on 10-30 children/teenagers if trouble occur.
  • Complete accident reports, when appropriate; reports any traffic violations incurred by the bus driver to the Delegate Director or Site Supervisor.
  • Attend staff meetings after bus park.
  • Responsible for accident or emergency in assuring the safe evacuation of children and adults’ passengers (following the Bus Evacuation Plan).
  • Assist in assuring all passengers are transported to the nearest hospital or to their private physician, as per Medical/Accident Emergency Plan.
  • Distribute notes from parents to the appropriate centers’ staff.
  • Assist in maintaining the interior of the vehicle in a clean and safe operating condition.
  • Assures no child is ever left unsupervised on a bus.
  • Expert in problem solving for teenager(s) when problem exists.
  • Resolved 2 problems when a teen was in distress.

Confidential, Washington, DC

Technical Writer

Responsibilities:

  • Skilled proofreader and prepared over 10 documents by other writers from the Federal Government.
  • Edit documents for style and conformity for government deliverable requirements.
  • Prepare written text and coordinate layout and organization of materials according to prepared outlines and specifications.
  • Edit 4 documents pertaining to floods and hurricanes.
  • Prepare spreadsheets for supervisor to check status of ongoing hurricanes and flooding in cities like New Orleans, etc.
  • Responsible for maintaining information using spreadsheets.
  • Expert with writing in a clear and concise manner to appropriately convey technical information to a variety of audiences.
  • Prepare both technical writing and document drafts for the industry standards in work products and deliverables.
  • Demonstrate/utilize working knowledge of configuration management principles, procedures, and tools.
  • Maintain short and long-term document storage/management and expert knowledge of the principles/practices involved in technical research and writing.
  • Expert knowledge of products and services, customer requirements and purpose and structure of required documentation.
  • Work in a team-oriented environment as well as working independently.
  • Leadership to less-experienced technical writers.
  • Participate in special projects.
  • Received for editing skills.

Confidential, Arlington, VA

Technical Writer/Editor

Responsibilities:

  • Edit and summarize minutes for the Defense Business Board (DBB), National Security Personnel System Review Task Group (NSPS).
  • Wrote and edit minutes with assistance for the Defense Business Board which was heard from the public and held from .
  • Provide technical documentation support for the Defense Business Board (DBB).
  • Knowledge of complex ideas and communicate them to both customers and colleagues in a clear and concise manner.
  • Point of contact for key development projects.
  • Proven ability to establish and cultivate relationships with key customers within the Department of Defense.
  • Self-starter and work independently and effectively with no supervision.
  • Communicate ideas and new techniques to employers in a clear and concise manner.

Confidential, Washington, DC

Security Access Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Expert working with 4 databases: JPAS, PS3; Scattered Castles and Web Support.
  • Oversee DoD intelligence personnel and contractor personnel with badge loss and proper identification.
  • Lead short meetings of persons with proper identification; destruction of expired badges.
  • Check property memorandums for computers and/or other equipment.
  • Check pin numbers and names for personnel at turnstiles; monitor cameras.
  • Expert using Web Support database for last and first names for clearance check.
  • Oversee escort badges used for person(s) with non-clearance.
  • Responsible for destruction of expired badges.
  • Prepare property memorandums for computers and/or other equipment.
  • Monitor six cameras and assist DIA’s Federal Officers in assisting customers and/or employers and contractors to put material on machine for scanning.
  • Expert in using the Web Support Database that is used for first and last names for clearance check.
  • Use the PS3 program for clearances for non-cleared contractors.
  • Expert in acquiring escort badges for persons with non-clearance that must be escorted.
  • Knowledge with lost or stolen badges to the DIA badge facility and issue a replacement badge.
  • Instruct persons who had expired, worn out, mutilated or unrecognizable badges to be replaced.
  • Report counterfeit badges and any other irregularities noted in the DIA badge system to the Special Security Officer (SSO).
  • Process/enter incoming documents into the classified document database, including receipt records, double wrapping, and facility verifications.
  • Perform incidental typing and clerical work, filing, sorting and distributing mail.
  • In charge of additional clerical duties pertinent to the type of department, group or office.
  • Enforce appropriate security directives including a visual inspection of common areas to prevent any hazards, ensuring proper safety procedures are followed.
  • Lead in the prevention of unauthorized entry in the company.
  • Skilled with planning and coordination of security services such as refresher briefings and related functions.

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