Jesse Lockett

  • Logistics Analyst
  • Huntsville, AL 35810, United States
  • Dec 11, 2017
Full time Other Transportation / Warehouse

Personal Summary

Seasoned, astute, and goal-oriented professional, offering broad-based background in logistics, procurement, and business operations management

Equipped with extensive exposure to military settings, encompassing transportation, budgeting, warehouse processes, training, and team development
Familiar with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation (DFAR), Army Federal Acquisition Regulation (AFAR), and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards
Adept in cost reimbursable contacts; while serving as contingency contracting officer on firm-fixed-price, indefinite delivery, labor-hour/time and materials, letter contracts, and blanket purchase agreements (BPAs)
Articulate communicator with bilingual fluency in English and German
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), fax machines, and scanners

Work Experience

Inventory Control Specialist
Jan 2015 - Dec 2015 SAIC

Facilitated the inspection and close monitoring of incoming parts to ensure quality
Accurately verified and encoded receipts of incoming shipments in the company’s database
Held accountability for the tagging of all equipment with appropriate labeling to guarantee storage
Performed preventive maintenance as necessary, as well as accurate retrieval of ship orders in preparation for kitting, prompt shipment, and data entry
Carried out modification of hardware for the conversion of outdated equipment into issuable systems
Managed the documentation of equipment inventory into Excel spreadsheet, while allocating location codes within the warehouse
Ensured smooth implementation of various functions, including receipt, dispatch, stocking, and requisitions; as well as effective administration of stock-take and cycle count activities
Proactively executed inventory for on-hand products and checked rotation of stocks

Senior Logistics Technician/Liaison, Counter Rocket Artillery Mortar (C-RAM) Project
Jan 2012 - Jan 2013 MJLM Engineering & Technical Services

Earned deployment to Kuwait and Afghanistan to ensure equipment readiness associated with Aviation Missile Command Counter Rocket Artillery Mortar and Air Defense Airspace Management Systems (ADAM)
Utilized DA Form 3161 and 2062 to efficiently conduct inventory of all ADAM shelters components
Identified and provided resolution to various problem areas on logistics through recommendation of cost-effective solutions to the management
Took charge of loading and unloading trucks and  airplanes, as well as moving supply stock to the correct location in warehouses and storage sites and implementing quality assurance and control
Worked closely with Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB) to coordinate reset and readiness activities, ensuring alignment of progress with the unit’s reset timelines and readiness ratings
Generated and submitted reports to the project manager and 401st/402nd Army AFSB points of contact
Employed analytical skills in encoding accurate and timely data into the Reset database
Rendered direct supervision to contractor and government personnel to ensure compliance with the requirements of the integrated logistics support plan (ILSP)
Executed liaison visits to weapon systems and/or equipment users to evaluate logistics support and provide advice and assistance on logistical-related problems

Logistics Support
- Jan 2011 Alutiiq LLC

Provided expert oversight to the maintenance of McKinley range for Explosive Ordnance Detachment (EOD) Training Department, including all training sites
Secured and properly maintained EOD tactical vehicles valued at more than $1M, along with equipment and personnel safety data
Observed strict adherence to safety and occupational health laws, regulations, and principles; as well as theory for the 59th Ordnance Brigade, encompassing more than 3,200 soldiers and Department of the Army civilians and contractors
Played a key role within the EOD Training Department at McKinley Range to coordinate training aids for the United States and foreign soldiers
Assume full responsibility for range safety, maintenance, and operational control
Evaluated and encoded data; and maintained proactive participation in the preparation of clear and concise reports
Established and cultivated relationships with co-workers, as well as other departmental and system staff while conducting briefings and quarterly meetings to present slides for video teleconference
Carried out keen inspection of ammunition and ammunition storage bunkers for EOD at Redstone Arsenal


Master of Business Administration with Concentration in Acquisition Management
Strayer University
Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
Columbia College