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Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Organized Material handler experienced in safely moving materials in high-volume warehouse environments. Strong knowledge of inventory management as well as shipping and receiving procedures. Ambitious and hardworking with drive to deliver top-quality results.

Skills
  • Storage and Stacking
  • Forklift Operator Certification
  • Material Loading and Unloading
  • Time Management
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • OSHA Compliance
Experience
Hilo Driver, 06/2010 to 12/2021
Flex-N-Gate CorpAngola, IN,
  • Coordinated with Production supervisor to determine proper workstations for raw material delivery.
  • Performed daily maintenance to machinery and refueled before and after shifts.
  • Sorted, selected, loaded and inspected product inventory upon arrival and departure.
  • Maintained orderly and safe environment by continuous cleaning of equipment and work area.
  • Operated motorized pallet jacks and hi lo forklifts to safely move products to target destinations.
  • Inspected and adhered to recommended product label safety and movement guidelines.
  • Documented and reported equipment mechanical and safety problems.
  • Completed hazard material training to confirm proper handling and disposal of harmful chemicals and containment of odors.
  • Maneuvered forklift over and around loaded pallets, boxes and other materials.
  • Inspected lifts before use to prevent damage to goods.
  • Picked up warehouse debris and deposited waste into appropriate piles and stacked baled trash.
  • Unloaded incoming items from trucks and rail cars and transported materials to staging area.
  • Maintained current forklift training and certification as required by company policies.
  • Reported safety and quality issues to management.
  • Transported material to correct locations and documented inventory changes.
Hi Lo Operator, 08/2004 to 07/2010
BissellChicago, IL,
  • Maintained current forklift training and certification as required by company policies.
  • Maneuvered forklift over and around loaded pallets, boxes and other materials.
  • Inspected lifts before use to prevent damage to goods.
  • Tracked materials moved for stocking purposes and to complete logs for management.
  • Tied and secured loads to prevent shifting or damage to items.
  • Unloaded incoming items from trucks and rail cars and transported materials to staging area.
  • Picked up warehouse debris and deposited waste into appropriate piles and stacked baled trash.
  • Reported safety and quality issues to management.
  • Checked shipments for damaged or incorrect items.
  • Used handheld scanners for warehouse management system compliance.
  • Squared stacked displayed materials for safe and orderly conditions.
  • Packaged, labeled and tagged goods before transfer.
  • Transported material to correct locations and documented inventory changes.
  • Communicated with supervisor and other warehouse staff to coordinate work.
  • Carefully and precisely manipulated controls of gas and electric-powered vehicles to navigate throughout facility, thoughtfully selecting routes to avoid obstructions and crowded areas.
  • Accurately measured and recorded product weight, dimensions or other production data for use in tag and label creation.
  • Visually assessed materials for conformance to quality standards and shipping orders, removing nonconforming products and reporting for further action.
  • Estimated weights, heights and centers of balance to make precise placements.
  • Employed hand signals to communicate effectively with coworkers operating transport vehicles and direct movements from floor.
  • Noted and recorded receipt of materials on drivers' paperwork.
  • Secured loads on pallets to minimize damage and worker injuries.
  • Relocated goods from dock area to appropriate storage locations.
  • Positioned lifting devices around loaded pallets, skids and boxes to secure materials for transport to designated areas.
  • Loaded, unloaded, transported and stacked materials through careful operation of various warehouse equipment.
Material Handler, 03/1998 to 05/2003
Omnova SolutionsAkron Atc, OH,
  • Observed inventory allocation to maintain material needs and production deadlines.
  • Logged unit quantities and entered data into inventory database.
  • Utilized forklift to move inventory items.
  • Tracked parcel movement using hand-held scanners and daily production sheets to keep records accurate.
  • Managed warehouse receiving, storing and shipping.
  • Protected company inventory by maintaining and organizing storage areas.
  • Unloaded cargo from trucks with mechanized equipment.
  • Loaded completed orders on pallets according to delivery numbers.
  • Disposed of debris and hazardous materials properly to avoid contamination.
  • Organized warehouse inventory according to warehouse plan.
  • Juggled shift duties, prioritizing immediate tasks to streamline operations.
  • Eliminated downtime to maximize revenue by providing top product and material delivery quality control.
  • Protected items by wrapping in cling film, padded moving blankets and tape.
  • Counted inventory stock periodically, reporting totals to shipping supervisor for auditing.
  • Drove truck safely to deliver items in original condition to destination.
  • Used scanners to track parcel information, condition or receipt.
  • Secured items in truck by strapping over protective padding.
Assembly Line Worker, 08/1994 to 05/2003
Marsden Holding LlcLas Vegas, NV,
  • Built and packaged products to comply with multiple work orders and deadlines.
  • Inspected finished parts and components to enforce QA standards and uncover defects prior to packaging.
  • Completed accurate assembly work by positioning and aligning components.
  • Recognized defective material and reported issues to management.
  • Assembled component parts of items and completed hand-finishing of final products.
  • Removed physical refuse and debris and organized tools to maintain safe work environment.
  • Contributed to team-based environment to maintain line productivity and meet expected deadlines.
  • Used established assembly instructions to complete jobs.
  • Boxed, labeled and moved items to keep production lines moving swiftly.
  • Inspected and tested final products to verify conformance to established tolerances.
  • Completed component assembly with minimal supervision to meet deadlines.
  • Suggested operational improvements to improve quality and production times and reduce costs.
  • Used mathematics skills to calculate material consumption, hourly rates and relevant assembly details.
  • Sorted and placed materials or items on racks, shelves or in bins according to predetermined sequence.
  • Utilized templates and read measurements to position parts and subassemblies.
  • Placed products in equipment or on work surfaces for further processing, inspecting or wrapping.
  • Lubricated and wiped machines and tools to maintain safety and cleanliness.
  • Packaged products and double-checked package labels for accuracy.
  • Reviewed finished products for quality and conformance to work orders, assigned grades and removed non-conforming pieces for recycling or correction.
  • Packaged finished products and prepared boxes, containers and pallets for shipment to distribution centers.
  • Prepared products for quality tests and packaging by closely following directions.
Education and Training
Certificate of Medical Assistant: Medical Assisting, Expected in 01/2009
Ross Medical Education Center - Madison Heights, MI
GPA:
Certificate: , Expected in 03/1996
Alta Forklift Training - Michigan,
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 01/1990
Lincoln High School - Warren, MI
GPA:
: Medical Assisting, Expected in
Oakland Community College - Bloomfield Hills, MI
GPA:
Accomplishments
  • promoted to organize overflow of stock and maintain records of inventory and to relate to production supervisors of any product shortages.
  • Promoted to Lead Forklift Operator after Five years of employment.
Certifications
  • Licensed Forklift operator - 1996

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Ross Medical Education Center
  • Alta Forklift Training
  • Lincoln High School
  • Oakland Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • Hilo Driver
  • Hi Lo Operator
  • Material Handler
  • Assembly Line Worker

Degrees

  • Certificate of Medical Assistant
  • Certificate
  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)

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