Consultative proposals for RSC, IGM, Carolina CAT, USFS, City of Scottsdale, CoPart, Cabelas, ARI, ADT, OnTrac, Logisticare. Emphasis included fleet assessment regarding various management, procurement, maintenance, utilization, dispatch, software, sales, technology and contractual relationships.
Fleet Superintendent Town of Gilbert, AZ (2009-2010): Fleet maintenance management for municipal government. Emphasis placed upon preventive repair and maintenance of a diverse equipment fleet. Fleet: 700 units. O&M: $7M. Staff: 25
Heavy Lift VI US Army Sustainment Command Contract (2008): Plan, organize, direct and control all elements related to a major US Government DOD ID/IQ Flatbed and HET transportation service contract. Elemental requirements included DBA, personnel security badges, data collection/reporting of operational statistics, management of sub-contracts for logistics support and internal corporate administration. Sub-contracts included truck lease, DFAC, food, power, fuel, vehicles, sanitation, security and general material supply. Perform the managerial oversight for US DOT/OSHA/EPA compliance regulations. Provide the coincident liaison with Iraq based coordinators. Develop and foster cooperation with the Kuwait business sponsor for Host Nation relations, personnel visas and real estate issues. Fleet: 750 units. O&M: $35M. EBITDA: $5.25M. CAPEX: $250K. Staff: 50
Consultative proposals for CEMEX, SAIC, PEPSICO, SUNOCO, UCLA, CENDANT, AMERIGAS, Progress Energy, Agility Logistics, Autoway Ford, Earth Tech, Fairpoint Telecom, Waste Management, United Rentals, Oil Can Man, HOWCO Environmental Services, Cieba Solutions, RedPrairie, City of San Francisco and DB Trucking. Emphasis included fleet assessment regarding various management, procurement, maintenance, utilization, dispatch, software, sales, technology and contractual relationships.
Develop and execute logistical plans, policies and procedures nescessary to provide support regarding supply, transportation, maintenance, warehousing and services functions. Coordinate logistic support infrastructure requirements to ensure efficient, timely and cost effective customer (US Army) support. Troubleshoot problem areas and implement proposed solution criteria. Coordinate logistics objectives, priorities and schedules. Analyze work process and develop performance measurement metrics. Coordinate HSE and HAZMAT requirements as necessary and appropriate for the logistical support mission criteria per LOGCAP III project controls.
Plan, direct, organize, coordinate and control Shell Services USA (SSUSA) Integrated Logistics Solutions. Support SSUSA marketing efforts with regard to targeted industrial sector Customer Value Propositions (CVP). Conduct, attend, participate, and contribute to special assignments, research projects, site assessments, and industry seminars. Work toward fulfillment of Individual Performance Contract (IPC) objectives and Competency Framework (CF) career development goals. Specific IPC include: Commercial Road Transport (CRT) MS Project definition, development, coordination and implementation scenario. Specific CF include: General Sales Service and Support (GS3) of SSUSA clientele CVP regarding Additional Service Areas (ASA) and Areas For Improvement (AFI). Industrial sector training and knowledge regarding Shell Specialty Equipment Services (SSES) in Mine, Quarry and Cement (MQC) heavy duty Open Gear Lubrication (OGL) applications (i.e. draglines, excavators, shovels, mills, kilns). Provision of general and specific support to SSUSA Operations, Integrated Solutions, Business Development, Project and On-site Managers regarding Health, Safety, Security, Environment (HSSE) and past, present and future implementation initiatives.
Fleet maintenance management for consolidated city-county government. Emphasis on preventive/corrective repair and maintenance operations, regarding third party contract administration of a diverse/unique equipment fleet vehicle and unit mix. Provided overall management and administration of the contract operation including staffing, budgets, schedules, work performance and contract compliance. Initiated management actions and procedures. Assessed fleet problems and solutions. Single point of contact for the client on all matters relating to contract performance and operation. Responsible for on-site client relations. Prepared and submitted plans, schedules and reports to client. Negotiated contract modifications as directed and authorized by corporate management. Prepared and assigned resources to work plans. Monitored and performed periodic inspections of facilities, equipment and inventory to assure security, safety and accountability. Fleet: 2,500 units. Budget: O&M $3.25M. Staff: 50
Management of municipal fleet organization and operations. Responsibilities encompassed procurement, maintenance and disposition of diverse fleet assets. Provided strategic management of fleet maintenance and support activities including planning, staffing, monitoring and analyzing maintenance requirements, schedules and regulatory compliance. Directed supervisors responsible for work performance. Prepared and submitted daily operations reports and schedules to management; especially in regard to Solid Waste vehicles/equipment status. Fleet: 750 units. Budget: O&M $2.5M. Capital: $1M. Staff: 25
Career experience includes managerial, sales, service and consultative assignments for Flying J Petroleum, Tampa Bay Area Commuter Services, EXEL Logistics, DP Solutions, Data Communication Network of New York (AT&T), and VOLT Telecommunications Group. Managerial emphasis included: analysis and recommendations regarding transportation operations, market/business development, equipment purchase/specification, asset control/coordination, contract negotiation/administration, software training/implementation, operational assessment and strategic fleet management. Consultative emphasis included: program development/oversight, fleet equipment lifecycle and infrastructure cost accountability regarding various procurement, maintenance, utilization, technology and corporate contractual relationships with national account vendors concerning logistic support relative to diverse equipment/vehicle fleets.
Assistant to division administrator responsible for management oversight of administrative, technical and special projects work via conduct of research and analysis of proposed recommendations for program improvements for more efficient and effective service delivery. General operational responsibilities encompass: vendor contracts, mechanical and clerical staff supervision, vehicle and equipment acquisition and disposal, customer coordination and regulatory compliance of fleet maintenance services to include shop supervision and operational dispatch. Accountabilities involve administrative and management responsibility for the implementation of policy (internal and external); economical fleet operation and maintenance; registration, inspection and statutory regulatory compliance; and cooperative working relationships with user departments utilizing Total Quality techniques to assess fleet productivity and performance. Conference speaker at National Propane (LPG) Convention regarding CAAA/EPACT mandates. Fleet: 1,000 units. Budget: O&M $3.5M. CAPEX: $2M. Staff: 30
Analysis and recommendations on all aspects of the Fleet Management Division programs regarding vehicle and equipment acquisition, maintenance, repair and disposition. Budget formulation and oversight for both Internal Service Fund revenue and user department cost allocation for fleet. Database administration for maintenance management system (MULTIFORCE) involving shop work-orders, labor distributions, repair categorization, parts and equipment inventories, cost accounting and allocations, lifecycle cost analysis for replacement decisions, and automated fueling systems (FUELFORCE). Alternative fuel administration regarding conversion for 100 CNG units. Certification: HP3000 System (SQL, QUERY, INFORM, REPORT). Fleet: 1,250 units. O&M: $5M. CAPEX: $2.5M. Staff: 50
Compliance with state and federal regulations for drivers and vehicles reference qualifications, documentation, safety, accident investigation and preventive maintenance for executive car and internal fleet vehicles. CAHPBIT, CAOSHA, CADOT, CADMV, SCAQMD, MSDS, HAZCOM, HAZMAT. Fleet: 500 units. O&M: $1M. CAPEX: $.5M. Staff: 15