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     Date Submitted:21-11-2013
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     Current job:Senior Logistics Manager
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:US only
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsLogistics Support Analysis (LSA), Logistics, Shipping and Receiving, Material Planning, Inventory Management, Finance, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), Production Support, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Customer Service, Program Management, Project
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    Security Clearance: Top Secret with SCI

    LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL

    A results-driven, dedicated professional with extensive experience in the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Logistics and Project Management fields. Served as a Senior Logistics Manager, Project Manager and Supervisor overseeing multiple NASA projects. Logistics Subject Matter Expert with extensive Supply Chain knowledge including shipping and receiving, inventory management, production support, spares management, depot support, training programs, and management of people and resources.  Liaison between Project Managers, design engineers, vendors and customer to establish logistics initiatives. Authored and implemented Logistics Enterprise wide processes and procedures. Implemented numerous Continuous Improvement initiatives.

    CORE COMPETENCIES

    Logistics Support Analysis (LSA), Logistics, Shipping and Receiving, Material Planning, Inventory Management, Finance, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), Production Support, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Customer Service, Program Management, Project Management, Project Planning, Analysis, Logistics Engineering, Policy and Procedures,  Management, Process Improvement, Vendor Management, Business Processes, Visio, Change Management, Team Leadership, Training, Maintenance Planning Information Systems, Export/ITAR Compliance, Transportation Management, Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS), CMMI Continuous Improvement, LMI/LSA data products, Life Cycle Cost Analysis

    EXPERIENCES AND ACHIEVEMENTS

     

    Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC),Centennial, CO.Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance Division

    Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) is a world-class prime systems integrator and electronic systems provider known for its rapid, innovative and agile technology solutions. Fast-growing and widely diversified, SNC is a high-tech electronics, engineering, and manufacturing corporation.

    Senior Manager, Logistics (October/2010 – April/2013)      

    • Key Logistics Subject Matter Expert for SNC reporting to the VP of Logistics
    • Supported development of the United States Air Force (USAF)’s Gorgon Stare (GS) Wide-Area Persistent Surveillance System
    • Managed main warehouse (Depot) and personnel providing unit, intermediate, and depot level parts including critical spares
    • Managed the movement of critical parts including Sensor spares and supply support for Manufacturing and Operations Departments and Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) for various locations supporting the Air Force
    • Formulated and facilitated new warehouse procedures including control of sensitive and classified Government Furnish Property (GFP), Packaging, Handling, Shipping and Transportation (PHS&T) process, Due-In for Maintenance (DIFM) program and monitoring loans to internal and external customers
    • Developed proposal preparation, pricing and negotiations for Air Force logistics requirements

     

    ASRC Aerospace, Kennedy Space Center

    ASRC Aerospace was the prime contractor for the University-Affiliated Spaceport Technology Development Contract (USTDC) to design ground support equipment and develop new technologies for NASA's new Constellation Program. The company was engaged in designing the new mobile launcher and modifying the launch pads as well as designing flight hardware for the Ares and Orion Programs.

    Supervisor, Logistics Engineering and Analysis(Feb/2009 – October/2010)

    • Supervised  over 30 employees to perform Logistics Support Analysis (LSA) and Project Management
    • Analyzed the System Assurance Analysis (SAA) and Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)  to establish criticality and maintenance criteria  for Logistics Support Analysis (LSA)
    • Coordinated with NASA in the implementation of Level V program requirements for ground support equipment (GSE) and systems
    • Worked with NASA to develop contract Logistics requirements for the Constellation Program
    • Prioritized requirements with design and systems engineering, assisting in the development of trade studies, design concepts, design responses, actual designs, implementing plans, project plans, cost estimates, detailed schedules, specifications and various technical reports

     

    Project Manager IV (January/2007-Feb/2009)

    • Lead Project Manager for two major Task Orders for NASA
    • Teamed with NASA to develop proposal preparation, pricing and negotiations for the Constellation Program logistics requirements
    • Maintained the project work breakdown structure (WBS), project schedules, resource utilization, cost planning, compiled milestones, monthly forecasting and provided monthly status reports to the NASA Task Order Manager (TOM) that included project technical, schedule, cost information and KPI’s
    • Supervised and participated in design reviews
    • Developed recommendations for process improvements
    • Performed Logistics Support Analysis (LSA) while utilizing SAA and FMECA

    United Space Alliance, Kennedy Space Center

    USA's major business was operation and processing of NASA's Space Shuttlefleet and International Space Stationat Lyndon B. Johnson Space Centerand John F. Kennedy Space Center.

    Logistics Engineer Lead/Project Manager (April/1999- January/2007)

    • Coordinated design support, maintenance planning and Logistics Sustaining Engineering for Space Shuttle flight hardware and Ground Support Equipment (GSE) including evaluating bids, recommending  and selecting suppliers
    • Validated  potential logistics issues using the subsystems LSA process and methodology defined in LMI, GEIA-STD-0007, MIL-PRF-49056, MIL-HDBK-502 and MIL-STD-1388-2B DOD Requirements for Logistics Engineering
    • Analyzed spares and performed inventory management functions during the  modification and repair of mission kits, flight crew equipment and various GSE
    • As the Crew Chief I led a team of six employees to develop Logistics Support Analysis (LSA) during the development of the Orbiter Boom Sensor System for Shuttle Return to Flight project
    • Designed and executed the Packaging, Handling, Shipping and Transportation (PHS&T) requirements forEmergency Egress Slides and Orbiter BOOM Sensor System  
    • Formulated  cost analysis and Logistics Engineering Trade-Off Studies

     

    EDUCATION

     

    • Bachelor Degree in Business Management, Barry University, Miami, FL
    • Export Compliance/ITAR classes Denver World Trade Center
    • Past member of the Society of Logistics Engineers (SOLE)

    SKILLS

    • Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, Power Point, and Access. Also technically proficient in Microsoft Project, Maximo, PeopleSoft, FED-LOG, GIDEP and Lean Six Sigma processes. Modeling and simulation knowledge. Earned Value Management (EVM).

     

    AWARDS

    • Twice received NASA Group Achievement Awards for working on the Return to Flight Orbiter BOOM Sensor System
    • Community volunteer service awards 

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