data entry specialist resume example with 6+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor

Highly-motivated employee with desire to take on new challenges. Strong worth ethic, adaptability and exceptional interpersonal skills. Adept at working effectively unsupervised and quickly mastering new skills.

  • Data Input
  • Time Management
  • Multitasking and Prioritization
  • Decision Making
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Manufacturing Experience
  • Machine Setup and Shutdown
  • Machine Operation
Education and Training
Black River Technical College Pocahontas, AR Expected in : Computer And Information Sciences - GPA :
Kennett High School Kennett, MO Expected in CNA License : - GPA :
  • I received my CNA license while in High School.
Topbuild Corp. - Data Entry Specialist
Orange Park, FL, 09/2022 - Current
  • Compiled data from source documents prior to data entry.
  • Communicated with coworkers regarding deadlines and project milestones.
  • Proofread and edited documents to correct errors.
  • Identified, corrected and reported data entry errors.
  • Coordinated, scheduled and executed in-depth data entry projects.
  • Input client information into spreadsheets and company database to provide leaders with quick access to essential client data.
  • Scanned and stored files and records electronically to reduce paper files and secure data.
  • Escalated customer concerns, issues and requirements to supervisors for immediate rectification.
U.S. Venture - Route Driver
Tulsa, OK, 07/2019 - 08/2022
  • Delivered customer orders and collected payments to keep accounts current.
  • Loaded product into truck and unloaded at customer site in alignment with established site procedures.
  • Consulted with customers to gain feedback and improve deliveries.
  • Maintained accurate recordkeeping of mileage, stops, orders and carton counts for daily routes.
  • Performed pre- and post-trip safety inspections on work vehicle to record and report malfunctions
  • Developed solid connections with customers to promote products.
  • Drove truckloads to customer sites daily and completed proper paperwork.
  • Removed money, cleaned components and performed other scheduled vending machine services.
TrinityRail Maintenance Services - Lead Man
City, STATE, 06/2015 - 09/2018


  • Gathered all necessary equipment and loaded it into the rail car.
  • I used a hot spot box to tack weld baling wire to the surface of the car to hold up the heating pads.
  • Measured out and mapped the surface area of the spots needing heat treated
  • Created maps to show where and how big my spots were.
  • Repaired the wire leads and cleaned up the inside of the rail car after we were done.


  • Monitored processes for continuous improvement and implemented changes to promote quicker task completion. With this in mind I created a board in which I wrote each workers status as far as training and made sure to pare them with more experienced workers or myself if they were falling behind.
  • Monitored job site parts and equipment. My heat treat boxes I operated when I first started were to be monitored at all times. I would have to document and change things on the fly in order to get the job done efficiently. This includes repairing all the wire leads, ceramic pads(heating pads), re-wire any wiring that was damaged. Inspect and replace prior to use any equipment that was damaged.
  • Planned material and equipment needs to drive on-time delivery in concert with project schedule. I spoke with my team and got their input on what was needed to help them do their jobs more efficiently and was able to supply them with simple things such as better head lamps for inside the rail car. I do believe every voice matters.
  • Rolled out new processes to achieve operational excellence. This includes being the first lead to start a 5S area. I created shadow boards and each tool or equipment had its own tapped off area to be put back in at the end of the day.

Lead Man Track 1, 18, 19, Mandrel(2 years)

  • Supervised projects to uphold schedule requirements and quality demands. I personally would go around each rail car and mark defects for my team to fix. I would explain to each one why it was bad and how it would needed to be fixed.
  • Monitored job site parts and equipment. This pertains to correcting parameters for the weld machines my team was using. To insure the welds were within the parameters called for by the blue prints.
  • Complied with company regulations to maintain high level of job site safety. I even personally rescued a team mate by climbing up on top of a rail car and had to tie a tourniquet around his arm that he ran over a jet stream of air using, the only thing I could find, my foot hold on my harness I was wearing. I cut that off and tied it around his arm and helped him down the rail car. The first responders said I saved his life since air could have went to his heart.
  • Verified material and supply accuracy to incorporate change orders when necessary.
  • Trained team members in best practices and company standards. I was in charge of conducting the safety meetings for new hires as well as choosing where they would need to work to be the most efficient for Trinity. When Jeff Fiedor came aboard he brought with him different insights on how to look at the way we did production and how we conducted our safety meetings. He helped all of us learn how to relay the importance of safety in a such a way it made everyone think twice about their daily tasks and think of safer ways to complete the job. He helped me become a safer more understanding leader.
  • Operated 20 Ton over head cranes to supply platforms and cat walks to the top of the rail cars for my team to fit and then weld. This includes inspection of lifting equipment and straps.
  • Made sure each and every rail car was efficiently checked for air quality before entry in the confined space. All paper work associated with that process was complete and accurate. Inspected all safety equipment, harnesses, air meters, ropes and ladders were all safe to use. Even if it wasn’t my harnesses I was still checking everyone else’s harnesses to insure everyone was as safe as possible.
  • Working on top of there rail car was the most dangerous part of the job. One small slip or misstep and you fall off the side and or forget to clip your safety lead to a fix part on the car and you will fall to the ground. Every chance I got I was looking up to insure everyone was clipped on and their footing or positioning was ergonomic and safe. As well as if I was on top of a rail car I’d be double checking my lead and footing. Also making sure all tools and materials were secure and wouldn’t fall off the car.

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School Attended

  • Black River Technical College
  • Kennett High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Data Entry Specialist
  • Route Driver
  • Lead Man


  • Some College (No Degree)
  • CNA License

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