Dewey A Williams, Jr.

Army 68J E-8, Active Duty

Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX

Years of Service: 23 years, September 1997 - Present

ETS'd September 2020


Experience

Department Manager, U. S. Army,
June 2017 - June 2019

Manager Logistics Department, U. S. Army,
August 2016 - July 2017

Department Manager, U. S. Army,
February 2014 - August 2016

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration , University of Maryland ,
August 1997 - March 2001

Work Experience

Department Manager June 2017 - June 2019

Army | 68J | E-8 | 563rd Medical Logistics Company Camp Carroll South Korea

  • Led and influenced his teams to receive, store, and ship over $59,000,000. of Medical Material and over $2,000,000. worth of medical equipment to over 134 customers.
  • Relocated two teams of 24 personnel and equipment valued over $2,500,000.
  • Communicated with managers on functional requirements.
  • Collaborated to keep higher and lower headquarters, superiors, and subordinates informed of the key issues facing the organization.
  • Reference: Captain Ashley M. Martinez (Commander) Contact info: ashley.m.martinez1.mil@mail.mil

Manager Logistics Department August 2016 - July 2017

Army | 68J | E-8 | Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, TX

  • Supervised, coached and trained a diverse Logistics workforce of 2,000 team members.
  • Strategically planned and managed logistics, warehouse facilities, transportation, customer services, capital equipment, acquisition program, property, operation budget, facilities and housekeeping contracts for 43 buildings totaling 3 million square feet.
  • Conducted 153 Command Supply Discipline Program Inspections that corrected over 200 Environment of Care concerns.
  • Provided virtual instruction and led face to face training, including hands on simulation, train the trainer sessions with end of course surveys, end of course analysis and web/technical content.
  • Developed and maintained Logistics Quarterly training for over 350 newly assigned leaders and employees.
  • Provided site coordination, planning, site visits and integration with VA Academy Services.
  • Reference: LTC Tammy Glascoe (Deputy Chief) Contact info: johnsontd@hotmail.com (502)641-8055

Department Manager February 2014 - August 2016

Army | 68J | E-7 | Brooke Army Medical Center FT Sam Houston

  • Participated in System and User Requirement Reviews for the Supply Chain Management Section.
  • Instructed over 150 students and interns on Supply Chain processes and strategies.
  • Implemented and Coordinated learning workshops for over 150 personnel to foster a positive working environment.
  • Demonstrated sound critical reasoning skills when assessing business situations, reaching conclusions, and making decisions.
  • Displayed a sound understanding of the effect of external market influences on the competitive advantage of the Supply Chain Management.
  • Positioned the organization to achieve the vision and mission of the organization's higher headquarters.
  • Reference: LTC Rocky Torres (Chief of Supply Chain) Contact info: rocky.d.torres2.mil@mail.mil

Assistant Manager of Business Unit Operations February 2014 - June 2014

Army | 68J | E-7 | 421st Multifunctional Medical Battalion, Germany

  • Developed over 20 Battalion Taskers to ensure the execution of medical logistics Support in support of 421st MMB and 30th MED BDE requirements.
  • Planned, coordinated and executed the requisition of free medical equipment and supplies that saved units over $50,000 on Operations and Maintenance Army funds.
  • Ensured over $200,000 of medical supplies in support of training of five North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Countries that trained over eighty employees for future support of Unified Land Operations.
  • Reference: CSM Javier Gonzales (MEDLOG SPO NCOIC) Contact info: francisco.j.gonzalesolarte.mil@mail.mil (787)360-9789

Department Manager June 2011 - February 2014

Army | 68J | E-7 | 8th Medical Logistics Company, Germany

  • Managed a SSA that received 2100 pallets, shipped 2250, and pulled over 80,000 picklist items of medical material, accommodating 112,000 requisitions valued at $52,000,000.
  • Reduced the cost of Commercial Air Transportation by 10 million dollars and increasing the use of Military assets for Medical supply distribution while Afghanistan.
  • Received, accounted for, shipped, inventoried and maintained controlled substances and cold chain items valued at $1,600,000 with no losses.
  • Executed a refit of the authorized stockage list valued at $2,000,000 that improved stock efficiency by decreasing the zero balance from 18% to 3%.
  • Reference: MSG Illeanette Pla (Platoon Sergeant) Contact info: ileanettep@yahoo.com (254)213-8975

Leadership Training and Development Instructor August 2008 - May 2011

Army | 68J | E-6 | Fort Knox, KY, USA

  • Instructed 24 courses to over 1,250 personnel performance analysis, cause analysis, complex problem-solving, decision-making, and effective communication.
  • Displayed a strong mental and physical toughness to withstand the toughest situations.
  • Facilitated employee training in specific industry technically related topics.
  • Delivered employee leadership training to enable leaders to build cohesive, disciplined teams and lead effectively in any organizational setting.
  • Reference: Mr. Kenneth R. Rogers (Ret. First Sergeant) Contact info: Docrog22@aol.com (210)557-4586

Assistant Business Operations Team Leader September 2005 - August 2008

Army | 68J | E-6 | USAHC SHAPE Heathcare Facility

  • Facilities Manager for an 80,000 sq. ft facility with over $10,000,000 of medical equipment.
  • Developed a Standard Operation Procedure covering the storage and utilization of liquid nitrogen in a clinical environment that exceeds the Joint Commission Standards.
  • Effectively used strong communication and group problem-solving skills to remove obstacles and achieve business results.
  • Anticipated potential action scenarios and adapted appropriately to competing demands and the teams shifting priorities.
  • Reference: Captain Crystal L. Morris (Chief of Supply Chain) Contact info: crystal.l.morris18.mil@mail.mil

Top Skills

  • Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (CAIM, IM, MM)
  • DMLSS/LogiCole Training Schedule
  • Course survey analysis / summary report
  • Healthcare Systems and role-based Training
  • Joint Medical and Logistics Management Support
  • Site Visit trip report - per site/visit
  • Team workload tracker
  • Operations Management
  • Building Talent
Skills Verified by Purepost

AWARDS

Meritorious Service Medal

May 2019

Army Good Conduct Medal

September 2018

Army Achievement Medal

December 2015

Army Good Conduct Medal

September 2015

Army Commendation Medal

June 2014

Bronze Star Medal

November 2013

Afghanistan Campaign Medal

October 2013

Combat Action Medal

March 2013

Army Good Conduct Medal

October 2012

Army Achievement Medal

October 2011

Army Commendation Medal

May 2011

Army Good Conduct Medal

February 2010

Army Commendation Medal

August 2008

Army Good Conduct Medal

September 2006

Army Commendation Medal

August 2005

Army Achievement Medal

August 2005

Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal

June 2005

Army Achievement Medal

January 2004

Army Good Conduct Medal

December 2003

Army Achievement Medal

January 2003

Army Good Conduct Medal

December 2000

Army Achievement Medal

October 2000

Army Achievement Medal

September 1999

Training and Certifications

Healthcare Hospital Logistics Course

September 2015

Equal Opptunity Leaders Course

September 2013

United States Army Drill Sergeant School

March 2009

Army Instructor Training Course

March 2009

USAMMCE Supply Management Training

November 2005

Theater Army Medical Management Information System Medical Assemblages

August 2003

Hazardous Waste Management Course

July 2003

Army Instructors Training Course

June 2003

Army Retention Course

May 2002

Managers Defense Course

May 2002

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Business Administration , Business Management

University of Maryland , College Park, MD, USA

August 1997 - March 2001 , GPA: 3.20