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Deduction Analyst

Shoreside Operations



Qualifications Profile


Highly organized and business savvy logistics, supply chain, and transportation professional, with 8 years progressive experience across a broad range of functions.  Proven ability to combine vision and business acumen with well-developed project management and leadership qualities to support supply chain initiatives that position companies for success.  Technically proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook), SAP and other transportation management systems.


Areas of Expertise


Transportation Planning | Coordination and Collaboration | Staff Supervision and Scheduling | Safety Compliance | Process Development and Improvement | Team Building and Leadership | Project Management | Operations | Financial Analysis




Master of Science International Transportation Management ­ 2013

State University of New York, Maritime College: Throggs Neck, NY


Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation, Minor in Business ­ 2009

State University of New York, Maritime College: Throggs Neck, NY


Professional Experience


McCormick & Company: Hunt Valley Maryland

Accounts Receivable- Deduction Analyst                                                                                                                    Dec 2016–Present

  • Ensuring that customer deductions are fully investigated and proper financial recognition is applied.
  • Summarizing and interpreting customer indirect sales.
  • Preparing analysis of customer deduction trends and performing root cause analysis.

supply chain analyst II- Transportation Planner                                                                                               Jun 2015–Nov 2016

  • Arranging transportation of raw materials into US and Canadian Facilities via FTL, LTL, Intermodal, Air and Package.
  • Use of SAP, JDA, and other Transportation Management Systems.

Multiple Management Board- North American Supply Chain                                                                       Jan 2016–Present

  • Selected to join board where we deliver innovative business solutions for cross-functional projects while developing leadership and project management skills.


American Roll-On Roll-Off Carriers: Baltimore, MD

Operations Supervisor                                                                                                                                                            Jan 2013–May 2015

  • Supervision of stevedores and union labor.
  • Regularly direct the loading and unloading of cargo ships.
  • Generate plan and manage marine operations to achieve the highest level of profit, productivity, safety, and customer service at the lowest cost and efficient manpower utilization.
  • Ensure the completion of all reports for marine activities to meet internal and external requirements.
  • Take charge of developing schedule as well as approval of labor payrolls to keep cost in line with budget expectations.
  • Facilitate the loading and unloading of ship’s cargo and preparation of reports regarding types, amount, and condition of cargo to protect company from claims for damage or shortage.
  • Led the development and implementation of loading and unloading process.



Ports America: Baltimore, MD

Marine Superintendent                                                                                                                                                             Dec 2011–Jan 2013

  • Managed and monitored stevedore teams during the loading and unloading operations of cargo vessels.
  • Handled the development of schedules while supervising the labor teams.
  • Regularly collaborated with the administration on employee relations and safety concerns.
  • Actively supported the initiation and plan for employees by serving as member of the Communications Committee.
  • Developed strategic plan and executed logistical stowage process while guaranteeing the safety of the labor and cargo.



The Vane Brothers Company: Baltimore, MD

Mate Trainee                                                                                                                                                                                    Jun 2009–Nov 2011

  • Ensured the safe navigation of tug and barge, as well as provided safety and security measures during operations.
  • Worked closely with the crew to provide excellent customer service to the vendors by developing plans for production while ensuring cost and time efficiency.




Licenses: United States Coast Guard (USCG) Third Mate’s License—Unlimited Tonnage
Towing Endorsement (Mate of Towing)
Certifications: Chemical Biological Radiological Defense (CBRD) ­ Level I Anti-Terrorism ­ Firefighter 1
Training: Vessel Security Officer ­ Facility Security Officer ­ Company Security Officer ­ DuPont Safety Training ­ Informal Leadership Training





Eagle Scout: Boy Scouts

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