Furniture Manager Evals

-EXCEPTIONAL EXPERT. As PM-11 furniture technician, he was instrumental in the removal and replacement of 624 kickout panels, 156 lockers, and 55 racks in 311 spaces increasing the ship's readiness condition. Additionally he assisted in the removal, storage, inventory, and preservation of furniture and associated equipment in 252 office compartments, allowing the completion of follow-on deck work and total space rehabilitation.

While serving as Furniture Moving Petty Officer, moved furniture with extreme prejudice and determination. His relentless dedication for feng shui ensured proper configuration and layout of office space and ensured maximum personnel flow in a time of increased office production.

During her tenure as Unaccompanied Housing Building Manager for USS Constitution, she tracked an inventory of Barracks furniture that was worth $93k and properly submitted it to enlisted military housing module and brought the Unaccompanied Housing inventory up to all Department of Defense and Commander Navy Installations Command instructions and directives.

Produced furniture packages totaling 1.5 million dollars. Dedicated 100 off-duty hours to organizing 7 packages within three directorates.

Unaccompanied Housing, Hillside Complex Leading Chief Petty Officer, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. Led a diverse team of 12 FCPOs in 2K monthly inspections, tracking 1,400 service calls, and 192 furniture replacement projects. His steadfast dedication resulted in the optimum utilization of resources and improved morale for 514 service members from 25 commands. Coordinated the replacement of $1M worth of furniture for 188 rooms, providing the ultimate quality of life for 514 residents.

Verified 388 rooms and replaced 96 furniture items in NAF Atsugi's largest housing complex, leading to 100% inventory and billeting accuracy for command integrity. As warehouse custodian, he executed the timely delivery of appliances to 480 off-base residences with zero major mishap incidents and a 60% reduced wait time. His efforts and contribution to team projects saved the Navy $350K by directly contributing to DRMO recycling of bachelor housing and off-base appliances and furniture.

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