Employment

Objective Seeking a position in senior-level management.

Highlights of Qualifications

Active Secret Clearance.

Proficient in Microsoft Word; PowerPoint presentations.

Successfully completed 30 years of Military Active Duty Service in the United States Army from August 1981-Aug 2011.

Work Experience

Quartermaster School Operations Senior Manager 23rd Bde, Fort Lee Va. July 2008 September 2011

Quartermaster School Operations Senior manager responsible for Quartermaster School taskings. Coordinates, manages and supervises all events within the School; Responsible for the health and welfare of three Senior Noncommissioned Officers, three Junior Noncommissioned Officers and one civilian. Conducts meetings and supports five departments within the Quartermaster school with all logistics.

Logistics Planner responsible for coordinating the transformation of the Quartermaster Corps, Ordinance Corps, and Transportation Corps into one Logistics Corps training center.

Coordinated the movement of three Corps; training into the developing, Army Logistics University (ALU) being built at Fort Lee. Includes Officer Advance Courses, Warrant Officer Courses, and the Noncommissioned Officer courses.

Support Operations Senior Manager 10th Sustainment Brigade, Fort Drum N.Y. February 2007 February 2008

Worked directly for the Support Operations Officer as the Senior Manager for the 10th Mountain Division Light Infantry Support Operations.

Responsible for recommendations, and for enlisted manning of the Support Operations; supervised the development of internal operation procedures.

Mentored 93 Soldiers in five Career Management Fields, for Active Army. Provided strategic direction, management, execution and implementation policy for a Support Operations.

Provided key oversight and recommended solutions to ensure an adequate Support Operation Structure amid ongoing Army Transformation through review of current and proposed Army Authorization documents. Extremely loyal and team-oriented.

Rear Detachment Brigade Command Supervisor 10th Sustainment Brigade, Fort Drum N.Y June 2005 June 2006

Rear Detachment Principal advisor to the Brigade Commander in support of Operation Enduring Freedom

Responsible for maintaining standards of discipline and appearance of 1,140 Soldiers; supervising management of individual training and development; responsible for health, welfare and uniform code of military justice for disciplinary actions within the organization.

Synchronized operations during the brigade deployment.

Support Operations Senior Manager 10th Sustainment Brigade, Fort Drum N.Y June 2005 February 2006

Senior enlisted advisor. Responsible for the enlisted manning of the Support Operations. Screened and provided guidance on awards and Noncommissioned Officers evaluation reports. Responsible for the maintenance of all assigned equipment.

Responsible for health, welfare and training of ninety five Soldiers. Conducted Brigade and Battalion classes for subordinates. Devoted after duty hours to resolving Soldiers problems; always available.

Division material Management Center (DMMC) Senior Manager 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum New York June 2003 May 2004 Advisor to the Chief of DMMC. Recommended and implemented policy. Supervised the developed internal standing operations procedures. Screened and provided guidance on all awards Noncommissioned evaluations. Responsible for the maintenance of all assigned equipment, the health, welfare of eighty-nine personnel. Flawlessly managed and counseled 89 Soldiers on personal and equipment safety resulting in zero injuries on accidents.

Wartime Host Nation Support (WHNS) Senior Manager 23rd Area Support Group, Camp Humphreys, Korea June 2002 May 2003 WHNS Senior Manager for the Area III Group consisting of two battalions with an assigned strength of over 100K military, civilian, and local nationals. Responsible for processing WHNS requirements in support of area of operations contingency and Logistics Hub operations for forces throughout Korea. Coordinated for assets in support of reception, staging, onward-movement and integration of logistic operations with a total of 2416 Korean Service Corps. Special emphasis on Korean Service Corps Integration Plan and annual submission contract requirements.

Division Support Command (DISCOM) Supply Noncommissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) 10th DISCOM, 10th Mountain Division (LI), Fort Drum N.Y. 2002-2003 Primary advisor to the DISCOM Supply Operations on all matters pertaining to supply operations. Headed the Command Supply Discipline Program. Monitored and ensured compliance with all supply accountability requirements. Monitored turn-in directives, maintained barracks utilization reports. Conducted brigade command inspections. Fostered teamwork and a positive training environment. Maintained one 100 percentacountability of all equipment valued in excess of $100K.Maintained strict accountability and responsibility for credit card purchases in excess of $25K per day.

Principle Advisor Headquarters & Alpha Company, 710th Main Support Battalion Fort Drum, N.Y. May 2000- October 2002 Responsible for the health and welfare of 111 Soldiers.Planed and supervised training, maintenance, inspections and maintained unit administration. Developed professional Noncommissioned Officer and Soldiers.Briefed Brigade Commander Quarterly on company training.Ensured successful mission accomplishment of the unit.

Operation Manager Headquarters & Alpha Company, 710th Main Support Battalion. Fort Drum, N.Y. 2 January 2000-April 2000 Responsible for all issues involving operation, plans, training,security, Nuclear Biological Chemical and communications.Planned and directed tactical and support missions for five diverse companies comprised of supply, ground maintenance, medical, transportation, and aviation. Ensured all resources were managed and allocated to ensure seamless support to the Division at all times.

Materiel Management Manager 10th Division Command, 10th Mountain Division (LI), Fort Drum N.Y. January 1999-December 1999 General Supply Noncommissioned Officer for the Division Materiel Management Center supporting 9K Soldiers. Coordinated subsistence, water, bulk fuel, package fuel products, barrier materials, clothing, and general supplies in support of 10th Mountain Division. Supervised the maintenance of the division support command water production and storage equipment.

Senior Adviser to First U.S. Army, St Thomas, United States Virgin Islands US Army Forces Command, Forces Command (FORSCOM) Representative to the Virgin Islands Army National Guard January 1998-December 1998 Advised, assisted, and recommended to the State Manager and his staff on all matters regarding force structure, operations, individual and collective training strategies and tactical employment issues.Assisted in the development of operational plans and ensured training was planned and conducted in accordance with regulations. Special emphasis in yearly training calendar and briefs.

Training Management Department Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Fort Lee Va. June 1996-December 1997 Served as training developer at the Quartermaster Noncommissioned Officer Academy,Responsible for the management of the Basic and Advance Noncommissioned Officers Course training. Principle advisor to the Commandant.Provided small group instruction. Ensured the Academy training was in compliance with Noncommissioned Office Education System. Maintained and updated eight Programs of Instruction and lesson plans. Special emphasis in accreditation and common task training. Maintained and reviewed 300 lesson plans to standard. Revised Automate Logistical Specialist (92A) Programs of Instruction and ensured all 200 critical tasks were taught at the advance and basic level. Small Group Leader/Senior Developer Writer 244th Quartermaster Battalion, 23rd Brigade, Fort Lee Va. December 1992-May 1996,Instructor writer presenting instruction for the Automated Logistical Specialist Course for Advanced Individual Training Soldiers and Advance, Noncommissioned Officer Leadership Courses. Conducted reviews, research and provided input for updating training material. Assisted in the coordination and scheduling of training. Responsible for the care of all facilities and instruction materials. Supervised and counseled students as needed. Responsible for the update and revision of automation exams. Mentor, teacher, and small group leader of four advance classes annually with an average of 16 students per class.Provided performance counseling during the 12 week course while assisting students in their professional development. Instructed basic core and technical phases for all military occupational skills in the Army.

Chief, Logistical Plans and Operations Munich Germany March 1992-November 1992, Supervised Installation Property Book and warehouse operations exceeding 9M dollars. Supervised 16 warehouse personnel responsible for storage, accounting and turn in of class II, IV, and VII items exceeding 9M dollars. Exercised staff supervision over the contracted community dining facility, Quartermaster Laundry, and Commissary operations.Assisted the director in formulation policies and plans conducive to an efficient and accountable base closure.

Education and Training

Demonstrated Senior Logistician, Army Logistics Management College, Fort Lee Virginia

B.S.B.A. from College of Business Administration TUI University

Sergeants Major Academy (SMA) and all leadership courses below SMA

Advanced Noncommissioned Officers Course

Drill Corporal School

Air Load Planner Course

Instructor Training Course and small group instruction

Contracting Officers Representative Course.

Additional Information
Legion Merit
Meritorious Service Medals(three), Army Commendation Medals (two), Army Achievement Medals (five), Good Conduct Medals(nine), National Defense Service Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Professionalism Ribbon (four clusters), Over Seas Service Ribbon (four), Assault School badge, German shoot badge.

Associations/Memberships Noncommissioned Officer Association (Life Time Member); Association of Quartermasters (Life Time Member); Sergeants Major Association; Member of The American Legion. VFW member.

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About Jerry

Hello my name is Jerry. I am retired from the United States Army served 30 years. I enjoy life. I love the sunshine, walking on the beach, shopping, antiques, classic cars being with friends and family. My hobbies are classic cars, going to cruise ins, walking the beach and helping people live their dreams. I love retirement life and I am thankful that I have reached retirement and I am enjoying it every day. I am always seeking ways to improve myself personally, professionally and financially and I have found by doing so with LIFE and since then has to up my "About Me" #TLYAW with this being said since retirement 2011 I have fell in with 2 gentle in the LIFE industry who is offering me an opportunity to live my dreams to the fullest so that I do not have to settle for a retirement but I can settle for a LAGACY!
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