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CV, Logistics Professional Seeking New Managerial Role

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Serial No: 48438
(04/21/1990, male)
List top 5 skills: catering manager, IOSH, royal air force
Short Bio:

A highly organised, reliable and energetic individual with over 8 years’ service in Logistics (Chef) of the Royal Air Force providing catering services to the Armed Forces. Experienced in logistics and operations management and an extremely capable individual that strives to get the job done to an impeccable standard. Lpoking to move into junior managerial roles within any industry where I can grow as an individual and give back to the company.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Hotel and Catering, Transport and Logistics, IT and Technology

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND ACHIEVEMENTS

No. 3 MOBILE CATERING SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE WITTERING
OPERATIONS CHEF
2012 – present

Part of a 60-man squadron capable of providing short notice catering in a deployed site within 24 hours. Roles and responsibilities included:

• Managing a fleet of around 20 vehicles to a high readiness state.

• Hand-picked to mentor new individuals joining the squadron.

• Working on aspects of Quality Assurance and Continuous Improvement when tasked by the Quality Assurance Manager. This included internal audits of key working areas, DSE Workstation Assessments, Risk/COSHH assessments and producing Work Instructions.

• Confidently managing teams of up to 10 personnel on many occasions without problem, as well as working with contractors ensuring any health and safety information is briefed and relevant paperwork is signed.

• Managing various deployments from the planning phase through to the post deployment stage. This included accounting/budgets, manning, site planning, delegation of jobs, report writing and liaising with civilian contractors, sometimes from other nations.

OPERATION OLYMPIC
RATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TEAM
June 2012 – September 2012

Reactive team called at short notice to provide catering and accommodation services for 4000 personnel drafted in to provide security for the London 2012 Olympics. Roles and responsibilities included:

• Ordering and accepting delivery of bulk fuels.

• Assisting senior management with high value food orders.

• Receipt of food orders in accordance with food safety legislation.

• Daily maintenance of field catering equipment.

• Mentoring less experienced members of the team in field catering.

No. 2 SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE REGIMENT, ROYAL AIR FORCE HONINGTON
SQUADRON CHEF
2010 – 2012

One of two chefs required to feed 200 personnel in an operational environment. Roles and responsibilities included:

• Liaising with senior management in planning phases of exercises as a catering subject matter expert.

• Planning the catering for an overseas exercise including the logistics of deploying catering equipment to the overseas location.

• Servicing and maintaining all field catering equipment to a high standard when required.

• Deploying as an individual to a remote overseas location feeding up to 40 people and being responsible for accounts, risk assessments and COSHH assessments.

JOINT HELICOPTER FORCE, ROYAL AIR FORCE ODIHAM
SENIOR AIRCRAFTSMAN CHEF, CATERING SQUADRON
2008 – 2010

Employed in the Junior Ranks’ Mess feeding up to 400 people. Tasked with supplying in-flight catering and also supporting exercises in the UK and overseas. Roles and responsibilities included:

• Deploying to Oman in support of an exercise feeding 700 personnel.

• Working in the Junior Ranks Mess adhering to all food safety and hygiene legislation.

• Detached to the Falkland Islands for 4 months feeding up to 1500 personnel per meal. This included the planning and accounting for a function for 600 personnel.

• Delegation of tasks to junior team members when given the lead.

 

RELEVANT QUALIFICATIONS

• NVQ Level 2 in Professional Cookery

• Level 2 award in Food Safety

• IOSH Managing Safety

• First Person on Scene Intermediate (To enable a role as a Community First Responder)

• Functional Skills Level 2 in English, Maths and ICT

• Level 3 Diploma in IT (In progress)

N-HOUSE TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

• Manual Handling

• Junior Ranks Leadership Course

• IOSH accredited Risk Assessors’ Course

• Local Security Officer Training for Defence-wide IT system

• Microsoft SharePoint Team Site Administrator course

• Defence Intranet- Core Publisher

• Defence Intranet- Core Publisher Advanced

DRIVING QUALIFICATIONS

• Full, clean driving licence held up to category C+E

• Counter-Balance Fork Lift operator (in-house)

• Driver Certificate of Professional Competence