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TIM MASTER RESUME

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TIM MASTER RESUME

  1. 1. TIMOTHY P. LONG 12233 Shafton Road  Spring Hill, FL 34608  (352) 556-2105  tplong12233@gmail.com T RANSPO RT AT IO N SPECIALIST  Senior Technical Supervisor/Trainer with 25 plus years in the US ArmedForces. Experienced vehicle operator with over 20 years of experience in the industry with expertise in flat bed, box, tanker and multi-trailer combinations. I have been recognizedas an expert in my field due to my knowledge and hands on approach and made the organizations’ senior vehicle instructor. I am hard working and dedicated and would look to expand my knowledge of any new technology and techniques that are available with your company. Current Secret Security Clearance SKILLS Master Driver HAZMAT Trained HAZMAT Certifier (CFR 49) AMMO Handler Vehicle Instructor Contract Officer Liaison Equal Opportunity Counselor Suicide Prevention Counselor Travel Coordinator Training Coordinator Environmental Officer Air Operations Word/Excel Knowledgeable HR Administration Medical Administration Training Scheduler Payroll Specialist PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE FLORIDAARMY NATIONAL GUARD — Pinellas Park, FL Provide Training and Administration for organization and individuals in the use of multiple vehicles and equipment and administration issues, health issues and payroll Training Manager/ Vehicle Instructor/Defense Travel Manager/Platoon Sergeant 2010 to 2015 Training Manager for a 161 Soldier Distribution Company of the Florida Army National Guard unit; ensured all training pertaining to unit readiness was conducted on time and in compliance of all regulations; supervises drivers performing preventive maintenance and services on vehicles; trains new drivers and manages the drivers sustainment program; plans organizes, and operates motor vehicle convoys; coordinates vehicle recovery; Master Driver who instructs, testes and licenses Soldiers on assigned equipment; maintained all hazardous materials and certified those for transport on the highways Key Results:  Insured the unit has maintained a 97% rating of fully trained and qualified Soldiers so the company could accomplish it’s assigned mission in a company that has excessive turnover.  Managed funding requirements for unit training by requesting fiscal year funding in excess of $2,000,000 annually in order to have sufficient funds for all training.  Enrolled all personnel in required courses and processed all orders for pay and travel which included all travel flights, rental cars, taxies and hotels.  Trained 400 company personnel in equal opportunity, sexual harassment, and suicide prevention in order to foster a work friendly environment.  HAZMAT trained in the Ammunition, petroleum and recently completed the 80-hour HAZMAT Certifier course required by DOT to certifying hazardous loads transported on the land, air or sea.  Ensured the proper handling, storage and disposition of hazardous materials within the HAZMAT storage area and received a 100% go from the state environmental inspection team.  Exercised responsibility for maintenance and accountability of $7,059,422.00 worth of platoon equipment and personnel with zero loss  Enrolled all personnel in required courses and planned all travel including flights, rental cars and hotels
  2. 2. T I M OTH Y P. L O N G Phone: (727) 479-8078  Page 2 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED) Environmental/HAZMAT Officer/Contracting Officer Representative/SafetyOfficer 2009 to 2010 Environmental/HAZMAT manager for Camp Virginia, Kuwait; responsible for programs for handling, storage and disposition of all hazardous materials on site; served as first responder to all HAZMAT spills in and with in a 10-mile radius around Camp Virginia; responsible for all pest control and recycling efforts on camp; coordinated with and trained all entities regarding environmental procedures according to Army regulations and standard operating procedures; supervised and oversaw three CSA contractors and their staff in the areas of environmental management; pest control and pollution control/recycling Key Results:  Commended for HAZMAT knowledge and support when the 4th Battalion/2nd Stryker Brigade redeployed that resulted in the download and turn-in of 2,340 gallons of hazardous waste.  Responded to 50 plus environmental spills including 4 civilian tanker rollovers and oversaw all recovery and clean up of vehicles and spilled petroleum.  Instructed camp generator operators how to properly and maintain their secondary containments resulting in 100% compliance.  Ensured all HAZMAT items for the 53 Brigade Combat Team were in compliance of CFR 49 and were packaged and processed for shipment to home station with zero defects or issues  In absence of Safety officer conducted safety inspections on multiple buildings and facilities with in the camp and identifying issues preventing any serious incident. Unit Administration/Readiness Manager/Training Manager 2006 to 2009 Administration Specialist for a 189 Soldier Distribution Company; maintained medical and dental records; responsible for unit payroll; assisted personnel with reviewing their records to insure records are current; managed promotion packets and annual personal reviews; maintained unit personnel reports to higher headquarters; tracked medical issues of Soldiers to insure care; managed education benefits, bonuses and re-enlistments for all personnel; managed incoming, outgoing and sponsorship program Key Results:  Performed duties as readiness and training manager while still performing administrative duties after original readiness and training managers was incapacitated due to injury  As a direct result of leadership unit sent the most personnel during a Periodic Health Assessment resulting in a 90% completion rate.  Meticulous Safety briefings resulted in zero training accidents from 2007 to 2008 Air Operations Manager/Air Load Planner/ConvoyCommander 2005 to 2006 Coordinated airfield operations for arrivals and departures for United States Forces with International Security Assistance Forces( ISAF) in Kabul Afghanistan; prepared aircraft load plans and handling forms; operated materials handling equipment (MHE) and assisted in loading and unloading aircraft; prepared cargo for shipment using nets, slings and other cargo operational gear; enforced safety standards of personnel while on flight line; assisted in planning, transport and transfer of personnel and cargo for airlift; consolidated and reviewed administrative, personnel and technical reports covering unit activities Key Results:  Controlled movement of 3.2 million tons of cargo and 5385 personnel with U.S. and Coalition Air Forces in support of operations in  Learned the cargo capabilities of 12 types of fixed and rotary wing aircraft from various Coalition Air Forces and civilian contractors.  Received, processed and provided oversight of loading of over 260 various pieces of rolling stock being airlifted to various camps around theater  Facilitated the transportation of 843 aircraft pallets through Kabul International Airport and singularly provided security for frustrated sensitive cargo until loaded involving numerous overnight watches
  3. 3. T I M OTH Y P. L O N G Phone: (727) 479-8078  Page 3 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTINUED) Unit Administration 2001 to 2005 Administration Specialist for a 237 Soldier Distribution Company; maintained medical and dental records; responsible for unit payroll; assisted personnel with reviewing their records to insure records are current; managed promotion packets and annual personal reviews; maintained unit personnel reports to higher headquarters; tracked medical issues of Soldiers to insure care; managed education benefits, bonuses and re-enlistments for all personnel; managed incoming, outgoing and sponsorship program Key Results:  Reduced AWOL Soldiers by 50% by reassigning them to the inactive rolls, discharging them or recovering them back to the unit.  Took charge of 40 newly assigned Soldiers and mentored them which had a direct impact on their perception of the company and leadership.  Took control of a lethargic weight control program that resulted in a 50% decrease in Soldiers that were involved in the WCP.  Meticulous Safety briefings resulted in zero training accidents from 2007 to 2008 EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS NORTH ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL — North Andover High School, MA  General Studies  Worked concurrently during High School as a maintenance worker at Prescott Nursing home.. PINELLAS TECHNICAL EDUCATION CENTER — Clearwater, FL  Studied Tool & Die making  Worked concurrently at Florida Discharge Machining and as a machinist. ST PETERSBURG COLLEGE — Clearwater, FL  Various Courses in Computer Courses/General Studies  Worked concurrently while deployed CERTIFICATIONS – FLORIDAARMY NATIONAL GUARD  Hazardous Transportation of HAZMAT (Certifier) – June 2015  Environmental Officer Certification Course – May 2015  OSHA 30 Hour General Safety – August 2010  United States Army Safe Drivers Training – June 2010  24-hour HAZWOPER – March 2010 OF NOTE Professional Development:  Primary Leadership Course, Basic Non-commissioned Officer Course, Advanced Leaders Course, National Guard Training NCO Course, Structure Self Development Course 1, 3 & 4, Equal Opportunity Courses, Suicide Awareness Courses, Commanders Safety Courses, Deliberate Risk Management, Affiliations:  Veterans of Foreign Wars

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