I began learning the value of hard work and integrity at 12 years of age when I began a yard business. In high school, I expanded my people skills, management and serving the public at Auto Bell Car Wash. Later, the specific skills of carpentry and time management were added when I worked for a general contractor. My 4 1/2 years in the USMC taught me how to work under authority, master stressful situations and to always complete the task and finish the mission in a timely manner. I believe all of this and other experiences that are highlighted below will make me a reliable, hardworking and friendly Warehouse Worker.
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In charge of safely operating chair lifts in Steamboat Ski resort. Proficient in the operation in both detachable and fixed grip chair lifts. Greeted each customer and ensured their safety.
Tasked with prepping the job site with appropriate tools. Learned how to perform multiple construction tasks relating to carpentry.
The Marine Corp prepared me to problem solve quickly and effectively. Two tours in Afghanistan. A patrol leader on the second tour, in charge of squad of 16 and led over 100 patrols. In regular communication with the local population to diffuse many disputes between locals.
Responsible to greet customers as they drove into the car wash and to inform them of different options for their satisfaction. Competent use of a cash register to ring up customers. A crew leader made sure other employees were accountable to do their work and help customers.
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