Contract Manager Resume
|Ethan J. Nealy2210 Farnum Road
New York, NY 10007
|Candidate Source: External||Veteran Status: 50% Disabled|
|Citizenship: United States||Federal Status: None|
|Clearance: TOP SECRET (Active)||Highest Federal Civilian Grade Held: None|
|CONTRACT SPECIALIST, GS-104Announcement Number: 2249
Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation
|Deadline-driven contract expert with over 20 years of supervisory, government experience.|
| Strong communication skills. Able to convey technical knowledge in understandable terms.Able to handle budgets and budget preparation with detail and accuracy.
Dynamc team leader.
Professional Auditing experience in accounting and materials inventory management.
Skilled in procuring equipment and repair parts.
Skilled in assembling accounting reports.
Proficient in several computer applications including CAD and Excel.
|Alberto’s Foods||JUN 1995 to PRESENT|
|25 Range Road||40 hours / week|
|New York, NY||Starting Salary: —|
|Supervisor: Mr. John Walker.||Ending Salary: —|
|Used exhaustive knowledge of supply and operations to oversee purchase of more than $5 million annually. Stocked all equipment and repair parts as well as food and clothing items. Oversaw purchases for over 500 employees.|
| Used maintenance funds effectively in cooperation with thousands of vendors.Performed billing and payment responsibilities as well as dispute resolution.
Oversaw inventore of 20,000 items. Saved over 10% on annual budget.
Researched best prices. Saved 45% per item.
Read and interpreted complex procurement and maintenance regulations.
Automated data entry
|US Navy||OCT 1991 to MAY 1995|
|Fleet Transportation Office||40 hours / week|
|Pearl Harbor, HI 96860|
|Supervisor: Mr. Eric Stern.|
|ASST. FLEET TRANSPORT OFFICER|
|Supervised ten enlisted and civilian personnel in all administrative duties for worldwide operation. Determined global and local inventory needs:|
| Reduced annual budget 35% in first year through waste identification.Coordinated delivery of special emergency requirements.
Reviewed transportation channels to ensure air/sea cargo support delivery requirements.
|US Navy||JUN 1989 to SEP 1991|
|Physical Distribution Management School||40 hours / week|
|San Diego, CA 12345||O-2|
|Supervisor: Capt. James Parker.|
|INSTRUCTOR PHYSICAL DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT|
|Ranked top instructor. Provided formal training in physical distribution management. Taught several onsite and off site military courses.|
| Subject areas taught included:Warehouse Management;
Supply Requirements; and
How to read and interpret complex governmental instructions and regulations.
Wrote training material used to train thousands of employees.
|US Navy||NOV 1985 to MAY 1989|
|USS Vreeland (FF 1068)||40 hours / week|
|FPO San Francisco, 12345||O-2|
|Supervisor: CDR Jim Dorman.|
|SUPPLY DEPARTMENT HEAD|
|Coordinated 25 employees in the delivery of supplies and food for a ship crew of 150.|
|Used expert knowledge of to control all supply and budget functionsProvided storage and proper inventory management for global operation.|
|Bachelor of Science Degree, University of Yonkers|
|Certificate, Micro Computer Specialist|
|Navy Transportation Management School, Dec Jun 1989, Honor Graduate.|
|Navy Supply Corps School, Mar Oct 1985, Graduated Top 10%|
|Contracting Officer (Small Purchasing), Apr 1985|
|Navy Commendation Medal|
|Navy Commendation Medal|
|Navy Achievement Medal|
|Master Training Specialist|