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fuels terminal manager

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U S A F
Throughout my maintenance & management career, I have developed strategies and tactics to drive forward growth, reorganization and change. Each of my employers has faced unique demands. My goal has been to identify and capitalize on opportunities that would allow us to expand and strengthen our
position
. Despite the challenges, I have consistently delivered strong operating results. The value I bring your company is the breadth of my experience spanning all areas of managing. My success has been directly attributable to my ability to build consensus, teamwork and initiate actions that deliver results.

Preparing and monitoring budgets, the ordering, care and maintenance of equipment; instructing and training as well as supervising personnel;

I am a conscientious individual who understands the overall picture and its relationship to specific details. I have the ability to establish and maintain good rapport with people from various backgrounds. In stressful / crisis situations, I am able to function effectively and calmly. I am flexible / adaptable and able to give and or receive orders and directions. This experience, along with strong organizational, planning and trouble-shooting/problem-solving skills, enables me to be a highly productive
employee
.

912.925.3815 Home 912.322.7119 Cell


Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,



Luis Otero
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Served in the USAF for 24 years in both fuels and armament systems. Developed training programs for maintenance personnel that resulted in a 40% reduction in maintenance down time and 100% weapons release reliability rate. I have served as a wing base fuels and bulk storage
supervisor
with experience with pipelines and railcars. Maintained quality assurance checks of all fuels. Received and issued millions of gallons of fuels without incident. Managed and prepared multi-million dollar budgets. Tracked all expenditures and analyzed financial posture and made recommendations.

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