Experience Summary: ••••• years General, ••••• years Specialized
Qualifications: Currently I have a Masters of Business Administration, a M.A. in Management, and a B.S. in Computer Information Systems. I have over ••••• years experience in DOD aviation maintenance and logistics planning and execution. Expertise extends from unit-level to Command-Level and all echelons in between with specific experience as a Logistics Maintenance Program Manager. I have proven skills in maximizing productivity through cost-cutting strategies with total quality management (TQM). Familiar with Distribution Portfolio Management (DPfM), supporting United States Transportation Command (USTC). Also, I have knowledge of Enterprise Architecture standards such as Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DODAF). Developed and utilized Enterprise Architecture concepts and developed requirement changes for Defense Transportation Systems. These include maintenance track requirements and reporting improvements with the Air Force primary maintenance system G••••• I have ••••• years of in-depth experience and knowledge in identifying and developing functional and cross-functional specific task order requirements for automatic information systems (AIS), which are used within the Enterprise Architecture and to indentify gaps/duplication between AISs. Also, have across the board knowledge a number of automated systems related to operations and logistics (i.e. Global Transportation Network (GTN), Global Decision Support System (GDSS), Cargo Movement Operations System (CMOS), Transportation Coordinators Automated Information for Movements System II (TC-AIMS II), Core Automated System for Mobility (G•••••), Worldwide Port System (WPS), Single Mobility System (SMS), Global Freight Movement (GFM), LogBook, etc.) I have effective communicates skills, both orally and in writing proven through my ability to integrate logistics policies and practices into contingency operations. Planned, organized and directed the functions and staff of a medium sized organization.
Senior Functional Analyst Corporate Science Corporation, (December ••••• to Present)
Duties/Responsibilities: Supported USTRANSCOM, analyzes users needs to determine functional and cross-functional requirements. I have performed functional allocation to identify required tasks and their interrelationships dealings with the customer processes and products. Identified resources required for each task to include: data collection, facilitation of discussions, workgroups, update operational architecture products and business rules. Familiar with USTRANSCOMs Corporate Service Vision utilizing service oriented architectures. Experience in working in DPfM, in Theater Distribution Management focused areas; analyzing cargo movement processes and AISs used to remove gaps and redundancies. Familiar with running GTN queries for departing destinations in all modes of cargo movements to track bill of lading, to ensure certain Army bases are using CMOS and GFM to build bill of lading to move cargo. Identified and built a spreadsheet of the AIS functional requirements for TC-AIMS II and Mobilization Movement Control System, which directly indentified similarities, gaps and duplications between the two systems and aided in the decision making of the best system to use for Army convoy movement. I understand the DOD deployment process utilizing AISs and AIT for tracking cargo movement through RFID passive or active tags. Has familiarization with Enterprise Architecture and Defense Transportation Systems within the United States Transportation Command and its Transportation Component Commands. I have directly coordinated meetings with each PMOs and briefed representatives on the JDDA data collection process and architecture products.
As a Functional Analyst subcontracted to Computer Sciences Corporation with TEK Systems (May ••••• December •••••), supported USTRANSCOM by determining functional and cross-functional requirements for automatic information systems. I had identified required tasks and their interrelationships dealings with the customer processes and products. Identified resources required for each task to include: data collection, facilitation of discussions, workgroups, update operational architecture products and business rules. I had analyzed the Class V Munitions activities and the AIT capabilities including DTTS, WPS, IBS, GFM, and SMS to determine the Class V-to-Joint Distribution Architecture and Supply Chain Reference (SCOR) model links that will be loaded into Corporate Reference Information Source (CRIS).
As a KC•••••A Weapon System Manager, H.Q. Air Mobility Command with the U.S. Air Force (April ••••• May •••••), was a Command-level logistics group expert for modification, sustainment, and overall health of Air Forces ••••• KC••••• aircraft. I had evaluated all Federal Aviation Administration policies and Airworthiness Directives through the Air Carrier Analysis System (ACAS) to ensure KC•••••s are in full compliance. He identified criteria/requirements and corrected issues associated with deploying KC•••••s to forward locations working through and with the GDSS automated system and developer for improvements to the system. Led time compliance technical orders (TCTO), heavy maintenance schedules, and engine overhauls establish G••••• requirements and enhancements. Utilized G••••• to track aircraft TCTO compliance, delayed discrepancies, major and minor inspections, airframe and engine times, back ordered parts and trend analysis. Allocated funding to ensure all requirements are met on the $•••••M logistics support contract. I had facilitated source selections, integrated process teams, and program management reviews. These efforts were supported by the use of LogBook as an automated tool for tracking and storage. Submitted maintenance requirement for health of the system and monitored the results of the requirements.
As a Sortie Generation Flight Chief, ••••• Aircraft Generation Squadron, Travis AFB with the U.S. Air Force (April ••••• April •••••), led ••••• aircraft maintenance personnel in the daily support of ••••• KC••••• aircraft. Ensured aircraft supportability of local aircrew training, air refueling, and deployments to meet AMC directed missions. This entailed the accessing and analysis of automated retrievals and database outputs for G••••• and GDSS. I also participated as the subject matter expert on improvement for the health of the fleet/force reporting through G••••• This involved establishing and identifying G••••• automated system functional requirements and followed up as a tester for the system reports. Ensured personnel were trained on inputting correct data into G••••• and quality check data entries. I oversaw upgrade and proficiency training of personnel to ensure quality maintenance.
As a Sortie Support Flight Chief, ••••• Aircraft Generation Squadron, Travis AFB, with the U.S. Air Force (April ••••• April •••••). I was tasked with providing support for two organizational generation flights possessing a total of ••••• assigned aircraft. Responsible for managing the maintenance business processes to include improvements, methodology development and compliance. Successful applied both TQM and lean concepts to select and implement those improvements which resulted maintain an above average in commission rate compared to Air Force standards for the KC•••••
As a Production Superintendent, ••••• Aircraft Generation Squadron, Travis AFB, with the U.S. Air Force (April ••••• April •••••), directed all flight line maintenance activities of ••••• KC••••• aircraft and ••••• maintenance personnel. I constantly utilized my expert system functional knowledge of task order requirements for GDSS and G••••• to coordinated activities with Logistics and Operations Group staffs, aerial port, and four other maintenance squadrons. Monitored status of assigned aircraft, prioritized scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, and initiated action to ensure they were mission capable.
Prior to assignment at Travis AFB (June ••••• -April •••••) handled and was lauded for my work efforts holding a number of difference positions from KC•••••/KC••••• Crew Chief through Quality Assurance Inspector. Many of these positions included conducting training and leading maintenance team for different work efforts. Also, I was recognized for my ability to analysis diverse elements of maintenance which supported my promotion to later positions.
Master of Business Administration at Webster University, St Louis, MO, •••••
Master of Arts, Management, Webster University, St Louis, MO, •••••
Bachelor of Science, Computer Information Systems, Chapman University, Travis AFB, CA, •••••
SECURITY CLEARANCE: Secret
CERTIFICATION: Mechanic Airframe and Power Plant Certification, Department of Transportation, FAA, •••••
Senior, Systems, Business