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Objective


To obtain a position that will fully utilize my skills, knowledge, abilities and experience to further the companies goals and mission while engaging a challenging position on a regular basis.


Experience


Project Manager, ACI 19 August 2009 to Present Egypt

Manage two teams located in Sinai Egypt working supporting the MFO. Direct all operations, logistics, administrative, maintenance, supply and seven personnel conducting all levels of technical support for twenty two HMMWV vehicles maintaining 95.5% readiness. Developed drivers training program and provided OJT to all employees. Successfully achieved all DCMA inspections by implementing Six Sigma foundation to positively affect efficiency and support for the customer. Corresponded daily with commanders and contracting representatives. Maintained and provided daily technical reports reflecting fleet status and issues. Managed contracts and programs with US military to include internal project analysis to ensure productivity and contract compliance. Propose contract bids and project development for multiple military services.



Field Service Engineer, CSMI 01 April 09 to 15 June 2009 Iraq

In working directly with AS&E Backscatter X-Ray equipment I am required to diagnose and repair mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Refurbish severely damaged electrical and electronic systems and return vehicle to a state of mission readiness. Explains technical diagnoses as needed, repairs to non-mechanical individuals which includes other teammates and customers as required. Perform refurbishment of damaged vehicle components including surface finishing and corrosion control. Perform installation and repair of security detection systems mounted on US Military Route Clearance Vehicles. Perform mechanical troubleshooting of chassis components related to mounted detection systems IAW OEM specifications. Perform maintenance, repair, service and support of electro-mechanical and mechanical components of security screening systems. Rebuild damaged systems as directed. Complete service reports and other documentation as required. Coordinate with end use customer for support, communications and transportation. Responsible to maintain customer relationships. Travel to various locations to perform system service, support and training. Responsible to track spare parts utilization. Perform installation, service and support of electronic or electro-mechanical security screening systems deployed OCONUS. Perform electronics troubleshooting using schematics, wiring diagrams and various test measurement devices (multi-meters, O-scopes, signal generators etc). Perform New Equipment Training (NET) training as required. Complete service reports and other documentation as required



Sr. Military Operations Analyst, Staff, Lockheed Martin 21 Mar 08 – Jan 09 Iraq



Identify and manage internal and external all-source Military Operations, including both analytical and collection requirements from across the Military Operations community. Reports to the Military Operations Analyst Senior Manager. Performing a variety of activities, interfaces with other offices and agencies to ensure timely and effective completion of tasks. Identifies requirements and tasks them to the appropriate collection elements, verifies that responses meet requirements, compiles the daily activities report and distributes, coordinates with the specified targets. Coordinates with operations centers and operational leads to support missions.

Supervisor/ Deputy Branch Manager, CSA Ltd Mar 07 – 14 Mar 08 Kuwait

Exercises management and supervision over the daily operation of the Retrograde Department’s Classification Branch Class IX section. Prepares performance appraisals as required and issues disciplinary action when appropriate. Responsible for managing the classification and identification of all items entering the retrograde VII and IX operation. Oversees item processing through the Classification VII and IX Section that includes US equipment, non-US equipment and all classes of supply (less CL III Bulk, CL V, and COMSEC) exiting from the Iraqi Theater of Operations. Ensures that all work within the Section complies with the CSSC-K contract, FAR, and/or CSA Projects Orders/Corporate Policies and Standard Practices. Span of control includes supervision of receiving, shipping, MHE operation, and identification and classification of supplies within the branch. Ensures the branch mission to identify and classify items of supply are properly processed and sent to their appropriate destinations.



Oshkosh Senior Field Service Engineer V&E Engineering (Oshkosh)

15 May 2005 – January 30, 2007 Egypt

Assigned as the Oshkosh Senior Field Service Engineer conducting technical assistance and training for the Egyptian Military and Ministry of Defense. Conducted scheduled training for doctrine transformation for the Egypt MOD on all Oshkosh Heavy Equipment to include HEMMT A1/ A2, HET, 635NL Trailer, MTT and MTVR heavy transport trucks. Includes extensive hydraulic, electrical, and pneumatic diagnostics and repairs. Successfully developed Schematic applications to train Egyptian military Engineers and soldiers. Developed maintenance programs and parts databases in which success was achieved by applying experience and customer goals. Developed standardized logistics systems to assist the MOD to have an accurate and reliable database between departments and units. There were two hundred and fourteen vehicles under my responsibility to include one hundred and seventy HET (Heavy equipment Transporter)/ Trailer systems to conduct OJT for all personnel to support the fleet.



Site Supervisor, Lawson Consulting GmbH Oshkosh 06 January 2005–12 May 2005 Jahra Kuwait



AOA (Up Armor) facility responsible for 450 personnel. Organized, restructured operations, vital reports, manpower issues, vehicle procurement for workload and coordination with Military liaisons to support the facility. Supported the facility with developing training and exercise installations procedures to create efficiency in production. Trained all personnel on all types of heavy equipment vehicles to include HEMTT, PLS, HET, M915 and FMTV to a streamline production which enhanced the ability to have multiple vehicle work orders at any given time.



FSR Program Manager/ Trainer Lawson Consulting GmbH, Oshkosh

01 January 2002 – 05 January 2005 Babenhausen Germany

Managed twenty seven Field Service Representatives supporting HEMTT, PLS, US HET, UK HET and MTVR (Heavy transport vehicles) and conducted all echelons and levels of operator and maintenance training to include pneumatic systems, fuel systems, chassis systems, recovery operations, steering systems, power train systems, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, and theoretical schematic training for above named Oshkosh vehicles that are present in the USAREUR and CFLCC command to include the SEI M1000 trailer for military personnel and current Field Service Representatives. Developed training courses and advised military units on fleet readiness to include scheduled training for unit soldiers. Implemented procedures and training activities that was necessary to meet and exceed US Army training doctrine goals and objectives. Managed contracts and programs with US military to include internal project analysis to ensure productivity and contract compliance. Propose contract bids and project development for multiple military services. Hire, train, maintain and manage all FRS’s and Trainers over sea’s, and in The United States within the distributorship. Conducted corporate readiness briefings giving analysis of logistic problems and providing Commanders with suggestions for improving equipment readiness. Determined root causes of problems on supply, training, maintenance issues, and giving recommendations on corrective actions For UK, Europe, Middle East and South East Asia



Factory Service Representative, Lockheed Martin Logistics International

January 2001 – 15 December 2001 Seckenheim Germany

Trained organizational, intermediate and depot level maintenance for the Oshkosh HEMTT, PLS and HET heavy vehicles to include diesel engines, transmission, differentials, transfers, axles and chassis assemblies. Consulted and advised division maintenance officers on fleet readiness and trained unit maintenance personnel on issues that reflect on expedient repairs that would improve readiness. Conducted on the job training for unit soldiers at organizational, intermediate and depot level maintenance to include head gaskets, engine replacement, transmission replacement, hydraulic pump rebuild and axle replacement. Provided technical support for the 1st Infantry Division 3rd 4th Brigade, COSCOM 7th CSG up to factory level technical assistance.



Factory Service Representative Lawson Consulting GmbH, OSHKOSH

01 January 1999 – 31 December 2000 Babenhausen Germany

Factory Field Service Representative- Trained and Supervised US Military Army soldier’s on original equipment operation and maintenance on Oshkosh Equipment and recommend changes to avoid anticipated maintenance or operational problems. Supervised unit maintenance, policies, procedures and provided repair parts and tools needed to support equipment during field use. Assisted the soldiers with production, quality, and maintenance of equipment and researched parts and tools with AMC and DLA. Procured parts from the factory when the Army’s system had a bad status or stock age problems. Trained operators and mechanics on Oshkosh equipment and operational requirements trained users in proper operation, care, and maintenance of heavy equipment at the operators and mechanics at all maintenance echelons. Reviewed malfunction and unit dead line reports and recommend corrective actions modifications of equipment design, knowledge of equipment use, properties and characteristics to resolve technical problems, which occur during operation. Daily use and training with electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic schematic’s with the soldiers in 1st Infantry Division 3rd 4th Brigade, COSCOM 7th CSG up to factory level technical assistance. The scope of work included all levels of maintenance, and Training and QA/QC on the HEMTT M985A2 M978A1, M984A1, and SUPER HET M1070.



Hyster Corporation, Lift Truck Rebuild Specialist

01 February 1994 – 30 June 1997 Nurnberg Germany



Assigned as a Rebuild Specialist overhauling lift trucks / forklifts up to 54 tons to include Hyster, Clark, Dantruck, Still and Jungheinrich systems. Major and minor overhauls on transmissions, hydraulic cylinders/ systems, gasoline, diesel, gas and electric motors. Extensive machining of cylinders heads, steel plating for framing, hydraulic cylinder working also with MIG, TIG and plasma cutter. Inspected welds for cracks and integrity for quality assurance process. Provided mobile customer service by having my own assigned customers throughout Bavaria Germany and trained operators on preventive maintenance and services. Ordering repair parts and conducted scheduled services with respective customers. Acted as a Liaison between Corporation and German distributor for technical support.


Education


(TQM) Total Quality Management Certification



(CPM) Project Management Certification



Six Sigma Green Belt



Kaizen Certification



USMC CPAC (Corrosion Prevention and Control) Conducting and Assessment

USMC CPAC (Corrosion Prevention and Control) Painting and Corrosion Control Materials



USMC CPAC (Corrosion Prevention and Control) Rust proofing and Underbody Coating



USMC CPAC (Corrosion Prevention and Control) Corrosion Prevention and Control Procedures



EPA Section 609 MVAC Technician Certification



EPA Section 608 Type I Certification



National Computer Science Academy CH-111 Computer Hardware Technician



National Computer Science Academy CH-101 PC Basics



OSHA, General Industry CSA Kuwait, 2007



Information Management Assurance Officer Course (IMO), 40 hr 2007



HAZWOPER (HAZMAT), CSA Kuwait, 2007



Oshkosh Instructor Certification, 1997 Oshkosh Corporation



Unit Maintenance Supervisor Course, US Army Depot Germesheim 02/19/1994 to 09/09/1994, 96 hours



Primary Leadership Development School, US Army Reserve Forces School



Vehicle Mechanic School (63B), US Army, Fort Jackson SC 10/31/1988 - 03/02/1989



Basic Training, US Army Training Center, Fort Jackson SC 08/05/1988 - 10/03/1988



OSHKOSH Truck Corporation Certificate of Achievement for training on Hemtt, Het, PLS and M1000 trailer (360 hours accumulated training)



Armor Holdings Certificate of Training, 3 week train the trainer course FRAG 5 kit, Red Dot AC and GPK systems



Port Aransas High School, Graduated 1988


Certification

Skils


Logistics

Transportation

Maintenance.


 


High computer knowledge, Word, Excel, Power point, Adobe etc.

Public speaker for training instruction and briefings.

I speak and write fluent German and mother tongue English.

Cairo,
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