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Kelvin Muhammad Logistics Resume Final

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Kelvin Muhammad Logistics Resume Final

  1. 1. KELVIN MUHAMMAD 318 Serpentine Drive, Belvedere, SC 29841  803-634-0731  kelvin.muhammad@comcast.net OSHA 10 Certified  CPR/AED Certified  Safety Compliance and Enforcement  Team Leadership and Training Helmets To Hardhats –Rodbuster Plant Vogtle GA –Nuclear Construction SUMMARY Strong leader and manager specializing in Logistics and Safety with over 10 years of experience. An Army Veteran who is experienced in guiding organizations through the regulatory process. Outstanding performance in mitigating safety hazards, job safety analysis and personnel management. Alert in ensuring compliance to guidelines, regulations and maintaining documentation. Meticulous in preparing comprehensive written reports and training presentations. A skilled communicator with extraordinary work ethic and commitment to the success of the organization and team members. Superior interpersonal/communication skills for maintaining key relationships with management. KEY SKILLS Logistics and Transportation Management  Public Safety and Security  Project/Time ManagementLadder/Harness Inspection Organizational Leadership  Team Leadership, Development and Training Personnel Management  Budgeting and Forecasting  Networking and Coordination Information Project/Operations Management  Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Integrated Safety Management SystemsAction Action ReviewsBehavior Based Safety Construction Job Safety Analysis PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Richmond County Sheriff’s Office March 2003 – January 2007; April 2015 – Present Deputy Sheriff  Protects and ensures the safety of personal and commercial properties by utilizing community policing techniques and principles.  Act as Government liaison to multiple state and federal agencies.  Provides motorist safety through traffic enforcement; simultaneously identifying, mitigating and correcting roadway hazards. UNITED STATES ARMY RESERVE 143RD SUSTAINMENT Command (Expeditionary) August 2013 – May 2015 Logistics Officer, Logistics Corps (90A)  Rank: Captain  Adhered to U.S. Department of Transportation, Customs and Homeland Security standards and guidelines as overseer and manager in charge of planning, directing, receiving, storing, preserving and issuing of equipment, repair parts, subsistence, petroleum products, water, and general supplies.  Supervised logistics team consisting of over 120 personnel.  Planned and directed administrative, operational and logistical activities.  Executed transportation of food, clothing and fuel to various customers in both continental and overseas operations.  Reported all phases of time sensitive transportation operations to the Director of Logistics.  Served as a Demonstrated Senior Logistician in U.S. Army Sustainment and Stability Operations. Going Native Ranch LLC December 2012 – March 2015 Founder/Project Manager  Pursued $500K land acquisition project to administer land conservation programs in the Augusta GA Central Savannah River Area.  Adhered to Environmental Protection Agency guidelines in fish farming applications and pond management.  Established quality customer service relationships with various agencies including but not limited to U.S. Forestry, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, FSA, NRCS and USDA.  Conducted soil sample analysis, developed tree and vegetation planting design to increase land value and water quality.
  2. 2. KELVIN MUHAMMAD, PAGE 2 318 Serpentine Drive, Belvedere, SC 29841  803-634-0731  kelvin.muhammad@comcast.net OSHA 10 Certified  CPR/AED Certified  Safety Compliance and Enforcement  Team Leadership and Training Helmets To Hardhats –Rodbuster Plant Vogtle GA-Nuclear Construction United States Army Reserve Terminal Supervision Team Operations Officer – Captain July 2011 – July 2013  Supervised training of personnel and reduced operational expenses by streamlining 50% of workforce.  Operated under the Surface Deployment Distribution Command Monitors.  Coordinated terminal operations in the theater; motor, rail, intermodal, air, and sea.  Maintained status of terminal transportation assets in the area of operations.  Supervised Maritime Crane Operations SCARNG Command Supply Discipline Program Officer in Charge – Captain August 2010 – July 2011  Ensured supply discipline and compliance in accordance with policies and procedures; reduced excess inventory by 60%, saving the State of South Carolina over $300,000 by use of supply chain solutions and budgeting expertise.  Project leader in charge under the Directorate of Logistics (DOL) Food Service Program.  Conducted unit’s quarterly and annual evaluations. South Carolina Agribusiness Development Team S4/Supply Officer in Charge – First Lieutenant August 2009 – July 2010  Coordinated with HAZMAT personnel to ensure safe transportation of materials in accordance with U.S. Army policies and procedures.  Served as the SC Army National Guard Agribusiness Development Team S4 Officer in Charger and Headquarters Platoon Leader (Operation Enduring Freedom) Logar Province, Afghanistan.  Planned the unit’s convoy movements, requested commercial and military transportation, coordinated logistical support, transported organic equipment and cargo and prepared U.S. Customs documents.  Oversee and managed the planning, directing, receiving, storing, preserving and issuing of equipment, repair parts, subsistence, petroleum products, water, and general supplies.  Served as the SC ADT Unit Movement Officer and Headquarters Platoon Leader.  Requested MATVs, MRAPs and scheduled maintenance of vehicles to ensure fully mission capable status.  Managed Administrative, Intelligence, Operations, Supply and Communications. Company Commander (Acting)/Executive Officer – First Lieutenant March 2008 – August 2009  Responsible for the safety, training and overall unit readiness of $46.5M worth of equipment and vehicles.  Commanded Forward Support Company consisting of over 120 personnel.  Planned and directed administrative, operational and logistical activities.  Supported engineers with Army (CL III) petroleum and (CL IV) construction supplies.  Spearheaded efforts to deactivate the company due to divisional restructuring - including the transfer of all personnel and equipment with zero incident or loss. Distribution Officer – First Lieutenant August 2006 – March 2008  Responsible for the execution and safety of transportation for Army Class I (subsistence), CL II (clothing), (CL III (P)/petroleum and CL V/ammunition to various customers.  Administered strategic briefings involving logistical concepts of operations to project team.  Coordinated with the Battalion Executive Officer, Supply and Logistics Officer, and Motor Officer to establish and sustain the company maintenance and supply programs, as well as all administrative and logistical requirements for the company and engineer battalion.  Consolidated support requirements.  Ensured combat readiness of 120 personnel and 30 tactical vehicles in excess of $50M during full spectrum of operations.
  3. 3. KELVIN MUHAMMAD, PAGE 3 318 Serpentine Drive, Belvedere, SC 29841  803-634-0731  kelvin.muhammad@comcast.net OSHA 10 Certified  CPR/AED Certified  Safety Compliance and Enforcement  Team Leadership and Training Helmets To Hardhats-Rodbuster Plant Vogtle GA-Nuclear Construction Logistical Support Officer – Second Lieutenant August 2006 – June 2007  Served as an accounts officer for the processing of recoverable items in a maintenance company consisting of 120 personnel.  Managed unit’s prescribed load list and conducted 100% inventory of Army CL IX items /repair parts and components totaling $30M without report of loss.  Coordinated with project teams to establish maintenance and supply programs. Wackenhut Services Inc. / G4S Special Response Team Operator January 2007 – September 2014 Special Police Officer  Served as a crime deterrent protecting Special Nuclear Material.  Identified and executed security postures mitigating espionage and terrorism.  Executed tasks pertinent to Homeland Security and federal regulations.  Coordinated with all vendors to obtain security clearances and access to restricted areas. MILITARY & CIVILIAN ACADEMICS U.S. Army Courses: Commander Safety  Accident Avoidance Environmental Officer  Composite Risk Management Quartermaster Officer  Unit Movement Officer Range Safety Officer  Contractor Officer Representative Sling Load Operator (Rigger) Inspector  Transportation Captain Career Field Ordering Officer/ Pay Agent Civilian Certifications: OSHA 10 Certified CPR/AED Certified EDUCATION and TRAINING Master of Business Administration Kaplan University, Davenport, IA (2011, 3.5/4.0 GPA) Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice/Forensic Psychology Kaplan University, Davenport, IA (2006, 3.76/4.0 GPA) Six Sigma Black Belt Villanova University, Villanova, PA (2013) Experienced In: TC AIMS II, VSAT

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