Daniel Scott

Army 91D E-7, Active Duty

Kansas City, MO

Years of Service: 13 years, May 2006 - May 2019


Experience

Assistant Manager Maintenance Department, U. S. Army,
April 2016 - May 2019

Assistant Business Operations Team Leader, U. S. Army,
June 2014 - April 2016

Business Unit Training Coordinator, U. S. Army,
August 2011 - June 2014

Education

Associate in General Studies, Spoon River Community College,
January 2013 - May 2019

Work Experience

Assistant Manager Maintenance Department April 2016 - May 2019

Army | 91D | E-7 | 411th Engineer Company Iowa City IA

  • Perform maintenance supervisor supervises and performs field maintenance on tracked and wheeled vehicles, construction equipment (which includes that used for earth-moving, grading and compaction; lifting and loading; quarrying and rock crushing; asphalt and concrete mixing and surfacing; water pumping; air compression and pneumatic tools; powered bridging and their associated trailers and material handling equipment (MHE)); special purpose equipment maintenance activities to include: (1) Power Generation Equipment; (2) Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Systems; and (3) Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment; combat vehicles, infantry and artillery fire control systems and equipment, and related test equipment; small arms and other infantry weapons and towed artillery. Perform yearly equipment service schedule on unit and GSA facility equipment and maintain regulations, directives for service being completed by establishing planned dates. Perform fuel management custodian duties monthly, yearly, and maintain reports and GSA card fuel card inventories. Perform duties master driver coordinator. Certifications and certified forklift driver, HVAC Job Ready, and EPA Type II. Coordinate unit and facility CBL/GBL equipment transportation request and processing for movements. Perform transportation duties by semi trailer when equipment is need for movement to vehicle service points.
  • Experience with installation and maintenance of, electrical, mechanical, structural, and civil systems and components. (Examples include, but are not limited to buried cable installation, installing structural antenna towers and foundations, installing commercial electrical systems [power panels, transformers, Generators, UPS, etc. ], road construction and maintenance, security fence installation, heavy machinery operation and maintenance, etc.) Experience as Senior generator mechanic perform duties in preceding skill levels; performs field and sustainment level maintenance on tactical, utility, and precise power generation sets, internal combustion engines, and associated equipment; supervises lower grade soldiers and provides technical guidance in the areas of field and sustainment level maintenance including servicing, troubleshooting and repairing power generation equipment up through 200KW.
  • Experience of construction trades and practices. (Examples include, but are not limited to, HVAC installation, concrete slab installation, stick frame carpentry [wood or metal], metal and composite roofing, suspended ceiling installation, plumbing, welding, General Labor, etc.) Experience with construction trades supervising and training skill personnel. HVAC certified and EPA type II qualified I've lead and managed direct jobs for completing task in trade fields. Previous engineering company consisted of 50 supervised personnel in trade field HVAC installation, concrete slab installation, stick frame carpentry [wood or metal], metal and composite roofing, suspended ceiling installation, plumbing, welding, and General Labor. I'v been requested in locations needing my expert skills and knowledge in Germany, Poland and multiple stateside military installation training sites overall mechanical leadership.
  • Experience with operation of heavy machinery. (Examples include, but are not limited to skid steer loaders, road graders, hydraulic chain trenchers, dump truck, backhoe, excavators, Semi-tractor/trailer, towing and backing a trailer, etc.) Qualified Master Driver with over 20,000 miles operating of heavy machinery. Include, but are not limited to skid steer loaders, road graders, hydraulic chain trenchers, dump truck, backhoe, excavators for movement purposes. Military qualified to drive Semi-tractor /trailer hauling engineer equipment , towing and backing a trailers. Submit and have directly secure paperwork for convoy clearances across state lines to include many special permit for oversize, height, and weight equipment movement.
  • Experience with developing, construction plan of action, schedule, machinery and tool list, personnel requirements, material and equipment supplier lists Experience include 6 years as maintenance supervisor and 13 year total in maintenance field developing, construction plan of action, schedule, machinery and tool list, personnel requirements, material and equipment supplier lists. I create and submit yearly equipment service schedules of more than 300 pieces of equipment and create monthly employee maintenance schedules for 25 personnel. Coordinated and execute delivery and receipt of all material needed for maintenance activity. Trained and operate The Global Combat Support System (GCSS). A web-based automated logistics system, for use by U.S. Department of Defense logistics specialists. The tool aids the specialists as they plan, and provide for, the materiel requirements for combat support.
  • Experience and ability to apply engineering concepts and practices applicable to construction. (Examples include, but are not limited to supply calculations, material selections, structural load calculations, equipment loading and binding for transport, general safety procedures and practices, evaluation of weather as it affects; site conditions, project materials, and schedule, etc.) Unit Movement Officer Coordinated, and executed duties by four principal modes: rail, motor, air, and sea. Completed routine documentation for structural load calculations, equipment loading and binding for transport, general safety procedures and practices, evaluation of weather as it affects; site conditions, project materials, and schedule, etc.)The mode of movement determines tactics, techniques and procedures for preparation, planning, coordination and execution of unit movements. Ensuring adequate movement plans are prepared. Ensuring proper execution of movements. Appointing as unit movement officer (UMO) and providing proper training. Ensuring that load teams are appointed and trained. Ensuring that hazardous materials (HAZMAT) personnel are properly certified, trained, and equipped. Ensuring that personnel responsible for movements receive the required training. Ensuring that the proper equipment and supplies are available for movements. Ensuring that the unit follows required regulatory and higher command guidance for unit movements. Maintaining the morale of the unit. I've completed over 20,000 miles of equipment and personnel movement operations between 15 states over the past 13 years in country. Supported and planned two separate engineer equipment movements oversea utilizing truck shipping, rail, and boats to foreign countries.
  • Supervised necessary preventative maintenance on a timely basis with corresponding record keeping of 1,185 items of equipment.
  • Demonstrated sound critical reasoning skills when assessing situations, reaching conclusions, and making decisions.
  • Ensured that the department was always able to fully execute its mission by evaluating strengths and limitations and directing actions to improve the situation.
  • Managed General Services Administration (GSA) vehicles by scheduling services, dispatching equipment out, and overseeing 15 fuel cards with monthly GSA fuels reports. Obtaining the largest fuel usage in the command show proper stewardship of resources exercising equipment above to policy standards..
  • Implemented heightened security controls covering work facility, maintenance shop, equipment, and personnel directed by Army physical security program as the appointed physical security officer.
  • Managed and maintained the department's preventative maintenance program in conjunction with engineering and maintenance staff.
  • Planned and scheduled project timelines and milestones using appropriate tools.
  • Unit Movement Officer Coordinated, and executed duties by four principal modes: rail, motor, air, and sea. Completed routine documentation for structural load calculations, equipment loading and binding for transport, general safety procedures and practices, evaluation of weather as it affects; site conditions, project materials, and schedule, etc.)The mode of movement determines tactics, techniques and procedures for preparation, planning, coordination and execution of unit movements. Ensuring adequate movement plans are prepared. Ensuring proper execution of movements. Appointing as unit movement officer (UMO) and providing proper training. Ensuring that load teams are appointed and trained. Ensuring that hazardous materials (HAZMAT) personnel are properly certified, trained, and equipped. Ensuring that personnel responsible for movements receive the required training. Ensuring that the proper equipment and supplies are available for movements. Ensuring that the unit follows required regulatory and higher command guidance for unit movements. Maintaining the morale of the unit. I've completed over 20,000 miles of equipment and personnel movement operations between 15 states over the past 13 years in country. Supported and planned two separate engineer equipment movements oversea utilizing truck shipping, rail, and boats to foreign countries.
  • Served as the Hazardous Materials coordinator for 4 duty locations. Inspected office facilities, maintenance facilities plus hazmat storage areas of concern. Corrected any deficiencies found offered direction and guidance per OSHA and Army Hazmat Program regulations.
  • Ensured that all facilities and equipment were properly maintained in good and safe working order.

Assistant Business Operations Team Leader June 2014 - April 2016

Army | 91D | E-6 | 1015th Maintenance Company, Ft. Gillem, GA, USA

  • Served as the 1015th Maintenance Company Operations NCO. Ensures that all communication and detailed information to operate the Company to success by mission accomplishment for 250 Soldiers. Effectively monitored, communicates and assists in enforcing mission critical production indicators, statistics, and solution plans; prepares the tactical operations center for orders, drills, briefs, and rehearsals; receives and appropriately handles and distributes fragmentary orders, Red Cross messages and Serious Incident Reports (SIRs); responsible for the accountability, maintenance and readiness of equipment in excess of $2 Million; and readiness of 34 Soldiers.
  • Maintained 400 items of test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment equipment and ensured the company's equipment was fully mission capable. Reduced maintenance backlog to 10 days for the first time in 3 years; improved quality of maintenance.
  • Led from the front by remaining visible, involved, and fully engaged in missions. Hand selected for professionalism and mechanical skill support United States Africa Command in Germany for maintenance needs. Involved in direct troubleshooting repair of tactical light, generators, forklifts, and security operated bridges for missions.
  • Employed a leadership operations process to visualize, describe, direct, and assess the work while achieving the end result.
  • Effectively used strong communication and group problem- solving skills to remove obstacles and achieve team results.
  • Understands the big picture and was always able to translate the mission intent of senior leaders.
  • Led a team of 34 team members to accomplish critical tasks and achieve team and organization objectives.

Business Unit Training Coordinator August 2011 - June 2014

Army | 91D | E-6 | 733rd Maintenance Company, Canton, IL, USA

  • Master Driver generated and validated all personnel drivers license request for the organization. Ensured that all Master Drivers/Trainers where qualified and had up to date information to instruct personnel in the safe operation of vehicles and equipment. Scheduled drivers training for new personnel and section averaging 5 licensed a month. Maintained all drivers training records on all personnel within the organization using the Army filing system. Conducted work as liaison between sponsor, police and all personnel for the organization completed paperwork need for personnel to obtain CDL license. Submitted documentation for supervisor review and signature after verified all qualified drivers. Equipment trained on to operate/maintain and licensed other personnel on but not limited to include 2kw-100kw generator, 2-20 ton truck to include dump trucks, 1/2 ton-40 ton trailers, tractor trailers, skid steers/bobcats, BHL's, gators, GSA vans, 4k-20k forklift, heater, and air conditioner.
  • Ensures success of company operations by providing supervision, counseling, training, and mentor-ship to junior enlisted; forecasts, inventories, and manages over 7 million dollars in ammunition for company size and lower training missions, force protection, and additional details; provides training and education to officers, junior enlisted, and peers in areas of emphasis ranging from ammunition, infantry tactics, and tactical operation center responsibilities.
  • Assigned as publication coordinator ordering and maintaining proper stock of field/technical manuals, Army regulations, and required operational forms through required systems.
  • Performed all assigned training duties in compliance with internal business unit policies and all governing external regulations.
  • Trained and qualified staff in operational tasks and to perform initial competency assessments in mechanical and professional duties.
  • Organized maintenance employees training files, data entry into training system, and training reports.
  • Assured quality customer service to all business unit training customers.

Team Leader Maintenance Department September 2007 - August 2011

Army | 91D | E-5 | 310th Chemical Company, Ft. McClellan, AL, USA

  • Mechanic for M31E1 Biological Integrated Detection System (BIDS) The priority of the Army's Biological Defense Program is to limit the effects of large area biological warfare attacks. The BIDS system consists of 5 major subcomponents: (1) Vehicle, (2) Shelter, (3) Auxiliary Equipment, (4) Power, and (5) Biological Detection Suite. Provided optimal technical preventive maintenance service, repair, and cost estimate for all section of Biological Integrated Detection System.
  • Conduct maintenance on tactical utilities, power generation sets 2kw-100kw, internal combustion engines and associated equipment. Was responsible for diagnosing, adjusting, modifying, testing, overhauling, installing, repairing and servicing plant and structure systems, and also perform maintenance and other repair works on mobile and stationary power plants. apply electrical, mechanical, structural, and civil engineering technical skills in diagnosing, adjusting, modifying, testing, overhauling, demolishing, installing, repairing and servicing plant & structure systems, equipment and component parts.
  • Identified, contended for, allocated and managed resources to ensure mission accomplishment. Assigned tool room and parts room custodian maintaining and inventorying $500,000 worth of tool and parts quarterly.
  • Ensured that the organization was always able to fully execute its mission by evaluating strengths and limitations and directing actions to improve the situation.
  • Positioned the organization to achieve the vision and mission of the organization's higher headquarters.

Lead Maintenance Specialist May 2006 - September 2007

Army | 91D | E-4 | Reserve 842nd Quartermaster Company Kansas City, MO, USA

  • A junior leader responsible for annual service on stationary engineering equipment focus of generators, HVAC equipment, pumps/hydraulic systems, and repair up to 10ton equipment exhibited high standards, discipline and provided effective examples through personal actions.
  • Ensured that all assigned facilities and equipment were properly maintained in good, safe working order.
  • Led and influenced subordinate maintenance team members and technicians to accomplish critical tasks and achieve organization objectives.
  • Implemented new methods and procedures designed to improve operations, minimize operating costs, and improve productivity.

Direct Store Delivery Receiver June 2001 - August 2007

WalMart Kansas City, MO, USA

  • Organized and located inventory and updated store spreadsheets. Displayed the appropriate signage for products and sales promotions. Provided feedback on competitor activities and best practices. Printed various labels and tags for all merchandise. I have 4 years at this store starting from cashier, to customer service associate. DSD associate and Department Manager. Designed displays to make the store experience interactive and engaging. Arranged items in favorable positions and areas of the store for optimal sales. Manged the purchasing process for the entire department merchandise. Established and maintained proper high traffic displays, resulting in increased sales. Managed vendor chargesbacks and follow up. Assisted in gathering and moving materials and equipment for the assigned displays.

Top Skills

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AWARDS

Army Reserve Overseas Training Ribbon

September 2016

Army Good Conduct Medal

September 2016

Army Achievement Medal

March 2015

Army Reserve Overseas Training Ribbon

February 2015

Army Commendation Medal

December 2014

Army Reserve Overseas Training Ribbon

December 2014

Army Good Conduct Medal

September 2013

Good Conduct Medal

September 2010

Army NCO Professional Development Ribbon

October 2008

Army Achievement Medal

June 2008

Army Achievement Medal

June 2007

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

August 2006

Training and Certifications

4E-F27/645-F11 (DL) AMMO HANDLERS (CERT)

August 2016

9E-F69/920-F37 (DL) HAZMAT FAMILIARIZATION/SAFETY IN TRANS (CERT)

August 2016

Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-Army)

April 2015

AMMO-67-DL HAZMAT FAMILIARIZATION/SAFETY IN TRANS (CERT)

December 2014

8A-F62/551-F54 (DL) INTERMODAL DRY CARGO CNTR/CSC REINSPEC (CERT)

October 2014

921-935 USAR COMPANY TEAM LEADER COURS

November 2013

921-330 USAR ATRRS OPERATORS COURSE

May 2013

921-340 RC UNIT MOBILIZATION PLANNER COURSE (UMPC)

August 2012

921-410 USAR UNIT MVMT OFFICER CRS (UMOC)

April 2012

SAMS 1E NET SAMS 1E NET

February 2008

HVAC Job Ready Certificate

December 2004

EPA Certified Type II

May 2004

EDUCATION

Associate in General Studies, HVAC

Spoon River Community College, Canton, IL, USA

January 2013 - May 2019

High School or GED

August 1997 - May 2001