Neill Gengler

Salina, KS

Marines 2146 E-5

5 years, December 2012 - August 2017


Forklift Operator, Schwan's Global Food Service, Inc (Tony's Pizza) ,
August 2019 - Present

Construction Lead, BMS CAT,
August 2017 - August 2018

Assistant Business Operations Team Leader, U. S. Marines,
December 2012 - August 2017


High School or GED,
August 2006 - May 2007

Work Experience

Forklift Operator August 2019 - Present

Schwan's Global Food Service, Inc (Tony's Pizza) Salina, KS, USA

  • With a scheduled timeline and through proper time management, unload trailers with product and materials to be stored using a forklift
  • Lift and move warehouse materials up to 100+ lbs
  • Through the SAP RF/Computer program, move product from storage to production departments via forklift and electric pallet jack
  • Train new-hires
  • Unload couple hundred tons of consumable goods a day
  • Update daily vehicle operation and cleaning logs
  • Take inventory log once a month to better consolidate and fix discrepancies enabling warehouse accuracy and efficiency
  • Cross-trained in multiple departments and areas of operation in under six months
  • Keep warehouse stations and equipment in good working order in line with OSHA requirements

Construction Lead August 2017 - August 2018

BMS CAT Anaheim, CA, USA

  • Interacted in a positive and professional manner with employees to demonstrate high standards and mitigate issues effectively
  • Delegated assignments based on site plans, project needs and knowledge of individual workers
  • Repair, restore, clean, remodel, design, install, and build walls, floors, ceilings, electrical components, plumbing components, cabinetry, door assembly's, structural beams, shoring, and auxiliary components.
  • Work in residential, commercial, and industrial operations.
  • Utilize and maintain a large variety of hand and power tools in accordance with OSHA standards.
  • Lead teams of 3 to 25 temporary laborers to assist in accomplishing workloads
  • Assisted mitigation team in out-of-state projects including Houston, Texas to clean, demolish, and restore city after Hurricane Harvey.
  • Handle, operate, and assist in overseeing over $500,000 worth of tools, building materials, and equipment
  • Drive company trucks to and from work sites
  • Maintained driving and work logs
  • Handled all issues from customers and temp laborers with relative ease by applying critical thinking and problem solving skills to find the best solutions

Assistant Business Operations Team Leader December 2012 - August 2017

Marines | 2146 | E-5 | Camp Pendleton South, CA, USA

  • Trained in organized operational procedures dedicated to perfection through developed, unique, and proven leadership skills that are unlike any others
  • Supervised, operated, and maintained the Marine Corps heaviest piece of land equipment costing $2.6 million
  • Supervised, mentored, and trained numerous Marines and looked out for their health and well-being
  • Led a team of 4 team members to accomplish critical tasks and achieve team and organization objectives.
  • Supervised and assisted with annual and semi-annual PM's (Preventative Maintenance checks) of four M1A1 Abrams Battle Tanks and M88A2
  • Maintained functionality and reliability of engines, machines and systems through regular daily/weekly diagnostic checks
  • Maintained comprehensive logs and service records on each repair, mileage, amount and types of POL's (petroleum, oil, lubricants) used, hrs of operation, and summary of tasks performed
  • Performed scheduled and unscheduled maintenance tasks on M88A2 and Abrams tanks
  • Operate M88A2 boom lift and snatch-block with lifting capabilities of up to 35 tons and pulling capabilities of up to 70 tons
  • Managed daily operations to ensure that all operations are in full compliance with applicable guidelines, including safety and quality.
  • Utilized small-unit leadership to accomplish goals and assigned tasks in a timely manner
  • 4 1/2 years of active duty and Honorably Discharged as an E-5 (Sergeant)
  • Experienced in following and interpreting technical manuals
  • Trained in reading basic schematics
  • Consulted manuals, technical documentation and repair tree charts for further information prior to conducting fixes
  • Disassembled defective tank/M88A2 parts to make proper repairs or replacements
  • Supervised general repairs performed by junior Marines
  • Tested newly installed equipment to determine proper functionality
  • Completed full vehicle inspections to check for leaks, damage or other issues of concern
  • Accounted for pieces of equipment and tools adding up to roughly $250,000
  • Cross-trained in the general maintenance of multiple military vehicles and equipment
  • Operated Global Combat Support Systems (GCSS) through Oracle Systems interface
  • Two overseas deployments
  • EAS'ed as a brown belt through MCMAP (Marine Corps Martial Arts Program)
  • Managed daily operations to ensure that all operations are in full compliance with applicable guidelines, including safety and quality for a $$ operational budget.
  • Anticipated potential action scenarios and adapted appropriately to competing demands and the teams shifting priorities.
  • Effectively used strong communication and group problem- solving skills to remove obstacles and achieve team results.

Material Handler II December 2007 - August 2012

Advance Auto Parts (Distribution Center) Salina, KS, USA

  • Developed daily work strategies and schemes to get the most work done in the shortest amount of time profiting the company and optimizing output
  • Operated multiple forklift's including center-rider pallet jack, stock-picker (cherry-picker), and stand-up forklift's
  • Worked in multiple departments including: shipping, receiving, reclamation, and replenishment
  • Worked with a special team to pull and fill individual customer orders for same day or overnight delivery
  • Picked, staged, received, sorted, and replenished auto parts and accessories
  • Handled and accounted for hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of auto parts on a daily basis
  • Utilized RF scanners with Windows capabilities
  • Followed oral and written instructions to properly move and ship products
  • Reviewed inventory reports and order schedules to determine max number of received parts
  • Informed QA team of missing or damaged items and bin discrepancies
  • Emptied aisles of debris, cleaned floors and rearranged inventory to provide tidy and obstacle-free warehouse floor
  • Prepared pallets of boxes for easy transportation between receiving and storage locations
  • Fastened documentation, including receipts, packing slips and bill of lading, to shipments leaving facility
  • Read production orders, work orders, shipping orders and requisitions to determine items to be moved, gathered or distributed
  • Assisted maintenance with special tasks including building and tearing down of storage racks

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High School or GED

August 2006 - May 2007