Detail-oriented with great communication and organization skills.
Received training and/or certifications for the following: Problem solving; Kan Ban Training; Forklift Certified; Training and Development Courses for Mac Tools; Continued Team Leader Training; Conducted Orientation Classes for new employees; Advanced to Warehouse Supervisor.
Driver for local transportation company that provides service to special needs and senior citizens.
Responsibilities include: Daily routes, servicing customers, delivering products (up to and in excess of 100 lbs); warehouse inventory, stocking, loading and unloading trucks.
Responsiblities include: assigning job duties to team members on a daily basis; trouble shooting; overseeing production; department product quality; and interacting with multiple departments concerning quality issues; taking inventory; material handling; planning daily production numbers and safety issues within my department.
Began as driver and promoted to Warehouse Supervisor. Responsibilities included: planning delivery route; daily trucking shipments; inventory; customer service; product quality control.
This was a business I owned and operated. I was responsible for a delivery and sales route on a daily basis. I maintained and serviced my truck. I did all my ordering and restocking. I was also responsible for paperwork on a daily basis.
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