Property Book Officer Resume

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Career Objective:

With an inherent passion to serve the motherland, I want to work for the nation’s army and utilize my skills and knowledge to help the army units of the country by serving them as a property book officer.

Summary of Skills:

  • Ability to live and survive in uncomfortable climatic conditions

  • Ability to communicate, coordinate, and maintain cordial relationships with all the unit members

  • Confident and compassionate individual with a team player attitude

  • Well-versed with the storage requirements of processed and non processed foods, beverages, and other requirements

  • Comfortable to work for longer periods of time, and travel frequently as per the job requirements

Work Experience:

Property Book Officer

23rd Battalion, Saginaw, MI

October 2015 – Present

  • Collecting measurements of the unit members and placing orders to the vendors for uniforms

  • Collecting worn-out clothes from the unit members and providing new uniforms

  • Stocking arms and ammunitions and receiving new stock from the warehouse

  • Sending damaged furniture and other supplies to the warehouse and maintaining records of all supplies received

  • Preparing and providing budget for purchase of new inventory

  • Assisting in safety drills and perform additional tasks as instructed

Property Book Officer

Armed Forces Unit 3, Saginaw, MI

February 2012 – September 2015

  • Planned and directed the acquisition of materials for the armed forces unit

  • Checked and distributed inventories including uniforms, bedsheets, shoes, belts, etc.

  • Resolved all warehousing and logistics discrepancies

  • Brought down costs by appointing new vendors in the vicinity

  • Received damaged equipment and replaced those with new ones

  • Coordinated with the army chief to assess arms’ requirements and purchase advanced tools and ammunitions

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Arts

    St Mary Development and Learning Center, Saginaw, MI

    2011

Reference:


On request.