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Program Manager Resume

GA

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY:

Goal - oriented, Master Logistician/Supply Chain Manager with an offer of end-to-end program and management experience. Such experience is effective in fostering strategic planning, efficiency improvements and cost savings to an organization. Contract management and advisory experience, possessing well-refined proposal, contract review and service-level management are just a few of the important qualities for positive results. As a current Program and Project Manager, effectively lead and manage multiple procedural and technological projects concurrently for compliance and readiness

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS:

  • Business Fundamentals Organizational Systems Improvement
  • Management Essentials Performer DAU ACQ Program Manager Level 1 Property Accountability Manager Facility Maintenance Manager
  • Movement Control/Manifest/Air Ops QA/QC Audits and Inspections
  • Sensitive Items/Custody Verification Manager Theory of Constraints Studies
  • Lean/Six Sigma Philosophies Property Book / PBUSE Instructor
  • Human Resource Development ERP/SAP Certified
  • Program/Project Management Sales and Marketing Manager Strategic Planner Procurement Manager
  • DPAS Supply and Demand
  • Inventory Management Budgeting and Replenishment
  • Forecasting Planning and Distribution
  • Certified Change Management Professional (CCMP)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Program Manager

Confidential, GA

Responsibilities:

  • Manage policies and programs concerning the office of Electronic Warfare Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Program Office (PNT-PO) for Enhanced Global Positioning System/Inertial Navigation System - Modernization (EGI-M)
  • Manage the development of documents such as, but not limited to, Memorandum of Agreements/Memorandum of Understandings (MOA/MOU), Statements of Objectives (SOO), Performance Work Statements (PWS), Statements of Work (SOW), Requests for Proposal (RFP) valued at $30M
  • Coordinate and comply comprehensively with USAF acquisition program management policies and procedures across existing and future Air Force Life-Cycle Management Center ( Confidential ) aircraft programs, cross-organization activities
  • Provide oversight to platforms, stakeholders, system-redesigned equipment managers, procurement activities for pre/post project/program management tasks and weapons systems
  • Utilize the theory of materials and inventory management to continually focus on the cornerstone of an effective supply chain management model
  • Process statutory and regulatory requirement documentation in support of Air Force platforms and weapon systems (aircrafts) such as B-1B, F/A-18 KC-130J, U-2, C-5, C-17, and/or Foreign Material Sales (FMS) programs
  • Collaborate with various System Engineers and other Talent Acquisition Program Manager to develop Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction (TMRR) Phase developments, System Requirement Review (SRR) and Preliminary Design Review (PDR) requirements and plans, including scope, timeline, resources, and budget, issues, risks, communications, and change management plans in accordance with program goals
  • Support the review of proposals as assigned by the Air Force customer and assist in the coordination of documentation between functional resources (to include: financial, management, procurement, engineering, and logistics) while consolidating their inputs into common documents

Sr. Acquisition Logistics Associate

Confidential, Fort Bliss, TX

Responsibilities:

  • Reviewed, assessed and provided recommendations on capability delivery and logistics supportability regarding materiel release-related requirements as described
  • Coordinated with various external organizations such as joint organizations Military Services and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) customers regarding requirements, documentation, estimates and resources and schedule synchronization
  • Possessed knowledge of DoD Manual 5200.01 (DoD Information Security Program), Army Regulation (AR) 19013 (The Confidential Physical Security Program), and Confidential Regulation (AR) 380-5 (Department of the Confidential Information Security Program)
  • Assisted team members in processing Installations service agreements, review and process Visitor Access Requests (VARs) and Foreign Visitor Request (FVRs) with the use of the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) and its subsystem Joint Clearance and Access Verification System (JCAVS)
  • Coordinated, reviewed and provided recommendations for the development, execution and management of agreements such as Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs), Inter-Service Support Agreements (ISAs), Memorandum of Agreements (MOAs) and Host Nation Agreements (HNAs)
  • Supported, attended, and reported outcomes and follow-on actions from Integrated Product Teams (IPTs), Working Groups (WGs), Materiel Fielding Conferences (MFCs), Program Management Reviews (PMRs) and internal team meetings

Logistics Management Support Specialist

Confidential, Robins AFB, GA

Responsibilities:

  • Managed acquisition and maintenance requirements of key asset categories, to include hardware purchases, business systems and sustainment requirements for warfighters both CONUS and OCONUS
  • As a software and hardware acquisitions (Shaq) team member; worked closely with government leads and various contract employees to help sustain contractual compliance and cost analysis
  • Provided direct interface and logistical support to Federal government and civilian workforce for acquisitions matters, including 99 PRs/MIPRs totaling $47.7M; 27 Government Purchase Card (GPC) purchases totaling $31K and 69 non-Shaq requirements totaling $17.5M with an Overall Small Business credit of $21.5M
  • Managed a computer-based program namely Automated Logistics Management Support System (ALMSS) account, to analyze, input, process and produce property fielding reports to our warfighters
  • Assisted program managers (PMs), material management leads (MMLs) and end users in evaluating new hardware configuration requisitions against existing standardization within the Air Force Automated Asset Management Tool system

Project Manager / Logistics Management Specialist

Confidential, AL

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinated with various major subordinate commands (MSCs), life cycle management centers (LCMCs), liaison officers (LNOs) and other staff agencies in their quality distribution processes and reporting procedures to customers
  • Supported and assisted all FLETC Delivery Points (TDP) to ensure conformance to FLETC Directives, manuals, standard Operating Procedures, etc., and provided the COR status updates on all TDPs
  • Delivered various logistical and administrative briefs using PowerPoint presentations and Excel Spreadsheet data to the chief of plans and operations (CHOP), Deputy and AMC G-3/4 (2-Star General Officer, when applicable)
  • Directed and enforced AMC’s mission, as it impacted and is presented in all 50 states and 150 countries with a dedicated organizational military and civilian work force of more than 70,000 employees
  • Managed planning, implementation and execution of guidelines, procedures, and other methodology utilized in the development of Foreign Military Sales (FMS), Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOAs) and Price and Availability (P&A) data
  • Worked continuously in establishing relationships with Department of the Army (DOD) leaders, Department of the Confidential Watch Operations Center (AWOC) and HQAMC special staff by providing strict oversight of general planning, supply, maintenance, and transportation services therein
  • Managed various on-site business cases to divert considerably in using both SAP/ERP to track rich customer insights and seamless CRM processes
  • Successfully completed all academic requirements for supply chain operations (SCOR) model, while understanding the components of framework that assisted commanders in considering key performance indicators and best practices performance improvement for bench-marking
  • Provided a conducive atmosphere to create and implement change management strategies and plans, which maximized employee adoption, usage to minimize resistance

Project Manager / Sr. Functional Analyst

Confidential, GA

Responsibilities:

  • Maximized wholesaling resources and pursued joint ventures assisted in building top-level alliances and implemented innovative programs to improve workplace camaraderie through continuous support with assets valued over $1.2M annually
  • Processed disposal of Class VII, Class VIII and Class IX repair parts and equipment to Department of Defense Reutilization & Marketing Service (DRMO) warehouse valued over $9M

Project Manager / Sr. Logistics Engineer

Confidential, Fort Stewart, GA

Responsibilities:

  • Provided professional oversight to seventeen 17-Brigade/Battalion Commanders for deployment and redeployment
  • Served as Confidential Mission Support Element (MSE) and G-3 pre-deployment equipment (PDTE) manager and subject matter expert (SME) for over $11B of equipment
  • Transformed logistical oversight response team ISO Division Chiefs, Force Integration / Modernization in (Transformation and Modularity) equipment for Confidential Force Generation (ARFORGEN) Synchronization processes, mission focus, and combat readiness
  • Provided weekly briefing and updates to the Deputy Sr. Commander (General Officer), Confidential, 3rd ID MSCLogistics Assistance Representatives (LAR) and special staff on classes of supply concerns as the Division PDTE Manager with a responsibility of managing over $18B in assets
  • Successfully managed accountability and processing of mine resistant ambush protected (MRAP) vehicles shipped from CONUS to Theater Commands (OCONUS) using DOD PBUSE accountability procedures, estimated at $750M
  • Utilized these software, application and products (SAP) and enterprise resource program (ERP) to streamline product and unilateral support to customers throughout the company
  • Facilitated and instructed DOD property book unit supply enhanced (PBUSE) web-based and provided NET to over 450 Confidential combat service support (CSS) Army soldiers and Federal Civilians to improve logistics quality management and maintain data integrity for combat readiness
  • Developed Program Level briefs and presentations, while participating as the lead IPT coordinator for conference calls and scheduled (and sometimes unscheduled) meetings
  • Managed a team of 3-team members in managing a consolidated inventory and storage facility
  • Interacted primarily with Third Party Logistics Operations Contractors and provide exceptional customer service to Camp Lejeune Marine Corps and warfighters
  • Managed system fielding, proper accountability procedures, issuing and storing of DOD integrated intra-squad radios (IISR) for all Marine Corps Base personnel for both CONUS/OCONUS assignments

Project Manager / Logistics Management Specialist

Confidential, Des Moines, IA

Responsibilities:

  • Managed and accounted for 100 percent of installation properties using the Confidential defense property accountability system (DPAS) with assets valued at $3M for command readiness and property awareness.
  • Written various policy statements, SOPs and directives to implement procedural guidance for logistical and administrative programs required for command stability and readiness
  • Ensured depot maintenance and supply chain parts and supplies were properly requisitioned, follow-up and statuses were updated and provided to proper agencies as required; to include facilitating and awareness to subordinate personnel
  • Managed all Class II, IV, VII, & IX repair parts for the recruiting command valued over $300M.
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Access, PowerPoint, Excel, Word and Internet Explorer)

Operation Team Leader

Confidential, Fort Stewart, GA

Responsibilities:

  • Managed all force protection condition security level statuses for Headquarters, 3rd Infantry Division during OEF/OIF deployment/redeployment concerns involving soldiers, DOD contract personnel and civilian employees to and from theater
  • Evaluated and processed command operational orders (OPORDs); fragmentary order (FRAGOs); warning orders (WARNOs) and memorandum of agreements (MOAs), as required for the emergency management system (EMS) responses and policies-driven concerns
  • Fully understood and supported key roles of both SAP and ERP software programs used in assisting organizations to reduce complexity, innovate and stay ahead of competition
  • Served as team lead and manager for 2-two desk operators in overseeing the responsiveness to Garrison
  • Commander and Installations Casualty Assistance Office team in the event of hospitalization, MIAs, WIAs, KIAs, and other misfortunes circumstances

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