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•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••; ••••• hours per Week; Forklift Operator; WG•••••; last promoted Not Specified; temporary employee; not on a temporary promotion; Maintenance Center Albany, MCLB Albany, Georgia , ••••• Radford Blvd Albany, Georgia •••••; Randy Bischoff , ••••• ; may contact supervisor.
I drove forklifts ranging from 4k•••••k on a daily basis following all safety guidelines. I move equipment to different locations on pallets ensuring the equipment arrives with no damage by properly placing and securing the equipment. I use the proper forklift attachments to pull torn down vehicles that under going maintenance.
I operated vehicles under maintenance ranging from HMMWVs, 5 tons, LAVs, Bradleys and all the other vehicles that come in and out of the Maintenance Center. I worked with hand held radio without direct supervision or little supervision. Perform my duties in all types of weather conditions. Maneuver equipment in tight conditions in a safe and timely manner.
Assist the Material Expediter in checking work orders that are attached to items processed through the control point to assure that the item(s) received and the documents correspond in identity, quantity, and job number for vehicles such as HUMMVs,LAVs,M•••••s,AAVs and ••••• ton cranes. Checked the documents to insure that the routing is correct and that previous shops on the routing have been signed off, indication completion of their work. I assisted in the assembling new and in-process parts, components, and materials into work units or groups as required supporting product team operations. I loaded items into baskets, boxes, pallets, or other types of handling equipment and arranged for movement into or between product teams, shop holding areas, or storage areas.
Dispatch and sub-route material between control points and shops. I possess the knowledge to follow up on material within a shop or between shops, expediting movement of critical items by searching for and locating items in shops. Materials are dispatched by using correct materials handling methods and devices to ensure that items are routed and dispatched to next shop or final destination without damage. Requisitions are prepared for parts and materials in support of production shop work requirements. Communicated with the shop planner and other production personnel to establish required completion release dates for the processing of the material and components to support shops. Read and interpreted work orders by reading the parts list insuring that all parts were accounted for. I have knowledge of a parts and equipment being processed through different cost work centers.
Detect damaged or uncompleted items, which are brought to the attention of the supervisor or higher grade employee for disposition. When work is completed by the shop and returned to the control point, insures that shop personnel have signed off or stamped off for the work which has been accomplished. Removed pallets and other cargo using 4k•••••k forklifts by making an estimate of the weight of the equipment from looking at it. I also drove •••••ton vehicle to pick up and deliver parts.
I performed my daily assignments under less than normal supervision. Performed preventive maintenance on the forklift before operating it daily such as checking the lights, horn, hydraulic lines for oil leaks, batteries ensuring water was in it and also the gas and always wore a seatbelt for safety.
Used the forklift to pull and backup dollies and water buffalos, and other vehicles under going maintenance. Loaded, unloaded, and placed material in such confined places as narrow warehouse aisles, boxcars, flat cars, trucks, and trailers. Stacked, unstacked, and moved heavy and unwieldy objects. Start, stop, back, and operate controls of forklift truck over level and unleveled surfaces with heavy loads and in locations not easily accessible. Moves earth on mountains and steep slopes.
Adjusted attachments for proper positioning and working order, making adjustments, usually without stopping the equipment. Steer and operated by using clutches, lever, brakes, and valves according to the slope or tilt. Operated close to building and trees.
Accurately maneuvered equipment in confined areas to avoid damage to equipment or surrounding area. Preformed required operator and preventative maintenance services and immediately reported problems and mechanical defects to supervisor. I utilized safety practices and procedures following established safety rules and regulations and maintained a safe and clean work environment.
Dispatch/direct all moves involving heavy equipment operators, over-head cranes operators, material handlers and riggers.
•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••; ••••• hours per Week; Warehouseman; $••••• per Hour; last promoted Not Specified; temporary employee; not on a temporary promotion; Dyncorp International, ••••• Holley Drive Albany, Georgia •••••; Vernon Helms , ••••• ; may contact supervisor.
As a supply technician I performed clerical or technical supply support work necessary to ensure the effective operation of ongoing supply activities. I was responsible for performing inventory; reviewing supply lists to identify equipment and supplies needed; researching catalogs and other documents to locate stock numbers; and identifying authorized substitutions.
I prepared and processed supply requisitions; followed up with vendors to obtain status and expedite supply orders; processed documentation for received supplies; and issued supplies to active personnel, I input and compiled data and information into automated supply databases. Receive/in-check incoming assets using scanners as required. Utilized several different software applications and systems to perform daily duties. I am knowledgeable of CompassContract, ILSMIS, Naval Industrial Material Management System (NIMMS). I was responsible for submitting, monitor and processing transactions for Report of Discrepancy. Performed file and data maintenance to include but not limited to working the unmatched bills report, working the adverse status report and the fallouts resulting from buys. I maintained and monitored a database of parts that are in the shelf life program. As parts exceed their life according to the information in the database, disposition instructions are provided and appropriate document are generated. I have the knowledge contract/purchase order agreements and amendments of solicitation/ modifications of contracts. I processed and submitted reports of property received for partial and final shipments authorizing contractor payment including but not limited to government furnished material. I have knowledge of Product quality discrepancy report (PQDR). I was responsible for gathering data and generating inventory based reports as requested. I communicated orally and in writing to customers.
I have knowledge of NIMMS and a portion of Compass Contract that deals with item master, inventory, and purchase orders. I am very knowledgeable of the DOD Supply system and have knowledge of DOD contracting policies and procedures to acquire parts and services not available through the DOD supply system. While working as a supply tech it has given me a vast knowledge of Government commercial purchase card policies and procedures. I worked in warehouse environment as well as outdoors. I spent several hours at a desk using a computer. I have knowledge and utilized JEDMIX to retrieve drawings for various systems being constructed.
•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••; ••••• hours per Week; Conductor/Student Engineer; $•••••,••••• per Annum; last promoted Not Specified; permanent employee; not on a temporary promotion; Georgia and Florida Railnet, ••••• Coastline Avenue Albany, Georgia •••••; Mr. Ronald Griffin , (•••••) ••••• ; may contact supervisor.
Interpret and apply rules and regulations in safety under the Federal Railroad Administration. Operated diesel-electric locomotive to pickup, haul, and spot loaded empty cars. Starts, stops, reverses and controls movement of the locomotive in accordance with train orders, dispatchers instructions.
Observe gauges during operation to insure it is working properly. Have knowledge of locomotive operation, track use and the different types of track systems: narrow building clearances, a lot of turnouts, ramp switches and moderate grades, lantern signals and safety rules and procedures. Compare speed versus distance in control of the movement of locomotive and cars of the train. Directed trains and switch railcars by radio, hand and light signals, and switch lists to segregate specific empty freight cars from the trains.
Drive electric, diesel-electric, or gas-turbine-electric locomotive, interpreting train orders, train signals, and railroad rules and regulations. Inspect locomotive before run to verify specified fuel, sand, water, and other supplies. Synchronizes watch to ensure departure time from station or terminal is in accordance with time schedule. Receive starting signal and move controls, such as throttle and airbrakes to drive locomotive. Interpret train orders, train signals, and railroad rules and regulations to drive locomotive, following safety regulations and time schedule.
Call out train signals to firer, locomotive for verification of meaning to avoid errors in interpretation. Confer with traffic control center personnel via radiophone to issue or receive information or instructions concerning stops, delays, or oncoming trains. Observe track to detect obstructions. Inspect locomotive after run to detect damaged or defective equipment. Prepare reports to explain accidents, unscheduled stops, or delays.
Routed trains to other railroads divisions or designated shippers, according to information. Assisted other crews in planning and execution of inbound trains. I know what to do if there are any train derailments. Responded to written and verbal requests for support from industry in short notices and emergencies. Kept records of car movement and locations to which cars were assigned using train time tables and switch lists, and kept records of tonnage moved.
Inspected inbound/outbound trains for defects and performed preventive maintenance on them for federal violations according to Federal Railroad Administration standards and procedures. Check all level of fluids, sand, and lubricating oil to insure it is properly serviced. Always used personal protective equipment. Maintain all official demurrage records. Reported any discrepancies to my supervisor. I work with very little supervision.
•••••/••••• to •••••/•••••; ••••• hours per Week; Motor Vehicle Operator/Mechanic; $•••••,••••• per Annum; last promoted Not Specified; temporary employee; not on a temporary promotion; United States Marine Corps, ••••• Radford Blvd MCLB Albany, Georgia •••••; Gunny Sergeant Taylor , (•••••) ••••• ; may contact supervisor.
Operated vehicles ranging from sedans to five ton trucks. Ability to perform intermediate level disassembly, self-inspection, repair modifications, assembly and test all vehicular utility and special purpose equipment and related components processed at the end of production. Able to use Technical Manuals to do maintenance checks on diesel engines and on fuel, brake, and transmissions systems to ensure peak performance.
I operate one or more motor vehicles including pickup trucks, panel trucks, flatbed trucks, carryalls, sedans, crew cab pickup trucks, jeeps, and station wagons which typically have an approximate gross vehicle weight up to 4,••••• kilograms (•••••,••••• pounds). I drove on the basis of specific trip assignments or regularly established schedules over public roads at highway speeds to transport supplies, materials, or equipment. Operate vehicles over Federal, state, and county roads and city streets in all traffic conditions. Load and unload the vehicles by hand. Complete trip tickets, preventive maintenance records, and accident reports.
Manipulate controls for starting, stopping, backing, and driving the vehicle in all types of traffic and road conditions. I have knowledge of defensive driving techniques, including skill to recognize developing hazardous road and traffic conditions and the judgment to select alternate routes to avoid potential problems.
I am skilled in judging clearances, heights, and turning angles of the tractor and towed vehicles. I know the location of grease fittings and fluid reservoirs and am able to grease the vehicles and replenish oil, hydraulic, and other consumable fluids.
I perform duties according to instructions on work orders and shipping documents and follow established pick-up and delivery schedules.
Perform maintenance such as checking and replenishing fluids to proper levels and lubricating the equipment. Responsible for the safe operation of the vehicles. I used a wide variety of hand tools, hammers, pliers, wrenches both open and closed, sockets and ratchets up to 3/4 inch.
Proficient in communicating effectively in writing as well as verbally to complete tasks. Able to instruct, lead, supervise team members in order to complete assigned jobs. History of verifying material being used on heavy mobile equipments and vehicles by NSNs such as assembly of new and in-process parts, components and material as group for easy installation, and duties as instructed by supervisor. Able to make independent judgment and decisions within the framework of accepted trade practices and oral and written instructions by the supervisor. Able to perform frequent lifting, pushing, pulling carrying and handling objects weighing ••••• pounds and occasionally up to ••••• pounds.
Able to work in required prolonged standing, stooping, kneeling, bending and climbing. Able to work on parts which are dirty, oily, and greasy. Continue to have willingness and ability to learn and grow with new job duties and responsibilities, and always be a team player to teach, instruct, and show new team members and shop personnel. Will continue to always maintain strong work ethics.
Also as a Marine it has given me mass knowledge of several types of weapon ranging from the m•••••A2 to the •••••MM. I was responsible for the disassembly of these weapons all the way down to the subassemblies and the rebuilding of them. I inspected them for wear and serviceability. I fired all different types of weapons used by the marine corps using live ammunition. Visually inspects parts for serviceability and either replaced them or reworked them if they were defective. I have the ability to use several different hand, power and machine type tools such as pneumatic drills, torque wrenches etc, I am aware of the different type of measuring gauges for bore erosion, straightening, and head-spacing. I have knowledge of interpreting blue prints and reading technical manuals and following the guidelines.
I have the ability to fire each weapon and test it for accuracy and function. Also I am aware of the electronic counter to test for cyclic rate of fire. I was responsible for checking for cracks and dents in the barrels of each weapon. I worked with little to no supervision. I have working knowledge of the different measuring tools used in the total overhauling, rebuild, disassemble and modification of the weapons used in the Marine Corps. I have knowledge of the proper PPE needed such as goggles, earplugs and gloves used under ISO, and the maintenance center guidelines. I am a team player.
Gage Park High School, Chicago, Illinois ; June ••••• High School; Diploma
East Central Technical College; September ••••• Present; Student
US Marine Corps, Motor Vehicle Operators Course, •••••hrs, •••••,
US Marine Corps, Hazardous Materials Handlers Course, ••••• hrs, •••••
US Marine Corps, Basic Housing Clerk Course, •••••hrs, •••••
US Marine Corps, Explosives Forklift Operators Course, •••••hrs, •••••
US Marine Corps, Carc Paint Course, •••••hrs, •••••
US Marine Corps, Pneumatic Repair Course, •••••hrs, •••••
US Marine Corps, Second Echelon Maintenance Course, •••••hrs, •••••
US Marine Corps, Tools/Parts Requisition Course, •••••hrs, •••••
MCLB Albany, Hazardous Material/Explosives Course, ••••• hrs, •••••
USMC Marine Corps Non-Commissioned Officer Leadership Crs, •••••
FRA Brakeman/Conductor Certification Crs,••••• hrs •••••
FRA Safety/Rules Certification Crs,••••• hrs ••••• ••••• ••••• ••••• •••••
FRA Locomotive Engineer Training Course,••••• hrs, •••••
Hazardous Material/Explosives Certification
U.S. Government Operators Card, Scooter Series Thru •••••,OOO LB Forklift
Valid Georgia State Drivers License
Brakeman/Conductor Certification •••••/•••••/•••••
PROFESSIONAL RATINGS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS
Monetary Performance Award •••••,•••••,•••••,•••••,•••••,•••••
Certificate of Recognition Material Handling Equipment Safety •••••
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U.S. MILITARY SERVICE
Active Duty: •••••/••••• to •••••/••••• - U.S. Marine Corps
Navy Achievement Medal
Good Conduct Medal