Material Handler resume example with 18+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Highly organized and determined occupational health and safety executive. Established career developing and leading professional teams of safety and health specialists. Manages communications with federal customers, advising on safety issues.

  • Administrative, Reconciling
  • Army, Reporting
  • Agency, Research
  • Auditing, Safety
  • Balance, Scheduling
  • Budget, Shipping
  • Charts
  • Coaching, Staffing
  • Concept, Statistical analysis
  • Counseling, Statistics
  • Client, Strategic plans
  • Customer-service, Supervisory
  • Databases, Supervisor
  • Documentation
  • Driving
  • Forklift
  • Human Resources
  • Information security
  • Inventory
  • Logistics
  • Managerial
  • Organizing
  • Personnel
  • Policies
  • Presentations
  • Problem Solving
  • Safety
State Safety Incident Manager NCO, 12/2006 to 05/2008
Mueller Water ProductsSavannah, GA,
  • Full time, 40 hours a week.
  • Conducted inspections of occupational incidents, injuries, and property damage for safety review compliance.
  • Provided training and materials assistance to ensure safe and healthful work practices.
  • Monitors compliance with OSHA standards, including health and safety statutes and regulations, by updating the current safety program into a new, comprehensive safety program.
  • Responsible for all emergency procedures and emergency response plans complying with S.O.P.'s
  • Identified best practices and led continuous improvement initiatives to reduce work-process risks
  • Performed safety audits and inspected facilities, machinery, and safety equipment to identify and correct potential issues
  • Conducted and coordinated worker training in areas such as monitoring hazardous equipment and using safety equipment.
  • Collaborated with First Aid department to provide medical treatment and conduct incident investigations as and when required.
  • Carry out routine and emergency fire and safety inspections.
  • Responded promptly to park emergencies.
  • Worked with departments to resolve safety concerns.
  • Provided necessary training to subordinates
  • Tested and installed various fire fighting equipment
  • Identify best practices and lead continuous improvement initiatives to reduce work process risks, raise safety awareness, and improve safe work practices
  • Provides promotional materials and develops and administers recognition systems to promote safe and healthful work performance
  • Assists management and supervisors in investigating accidents and developing measures to prevent recurrences
  • Ensures that all safety procedures are understood and followed by providing up to date safety training to all employees and auditing procedures
  • Provide technical advice, coaching, guidance, and mentoring to employees on safety initiatives and necessary changes.
  • Gave the in-processing safety presentation to over 1300 troops. I monitored 1300 DVM records to report any new violation for soldiers that require driving. I was special staff Safety NCO in Serious Incident reporting to state.
  • Compiled incident data to report trends in spikes in injuries to Colonel and gave recommendations to rectify spikes injuries.
  • Certificated in the following OSHA Occupational Safety & Health Training, Employee Occupational Safety and Health, Introduction to Safety Management, Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health, Essentials of Occupational Safety and Health, and Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace.
  • Certificated in Safety Serous Incident Reporting. Note- Loss certificate , i have TDY orders to attend Certifications.
  • As Safety NCO, I investigated mishaps involving military worksites, machine equipment operations, and safety procedures to control unsafe acts and hazardous conditions.
  • Completed thorough investigations to provide the required reporting information in safety state Officer. I interviewed NCO supervisors and soldiers for information on particular working condition to evaluate the total worksite environment.
  • Implemented the, recognize hazardous material characteristics, regulations and spill management in engineer construction and vehicle pool areas.
  • Utilize corrective environmental, occupational health and safety measures to recommend choices effective in the control or elimination of spills and other hazards detected.
  • Performed inspections of the military installation to determine compliance with environmental, occupational, health and safety laws and regulations.
  • Conducted periodic onsite surveys for assigned organizations, inspect Engineer and construction projects and designs to determine compliance with applicable environmental, occupational health and safety standards.
  • Participated in open conferences with safety Officers, safety NCO's, managers and soldiers' representative explaining purpose and scope of inspection and pertinent environmental, occupation, health and safety regulations.
  • Studied data records concerning mishaps, injuries, and equipment maintenance data review safety activities for evidence of compliance with prescribed safety requirements.
  • Inspected work-sites, machine, and equipment operational conditions, work practices, protective devices and equipment, and safety procedures, records, and photographs apparent violations of standards for use as evidence of existing hazards.
  • Created and compiled all safety training procedures into manuals to disseminate to all staff members.
  • Conducted regular inspections of facilities to check compliance with fire, hazard and safety guidelines.
  • Created and implemented programs, policies and procedures designed to effectively reduce or eliminate injuries and hazards in workplace.
  • Examined hazardous incidents and accidents to uncover causes and provided corrective actions.
  • Orchestrated and led occupational safety trend and current hazards analyses.
  • Supervised safety audits and oversaw investigations into quality issues.
  • Minimized safety infractions through teaching and training in risk management, record keeping, hazard identification and quality assurance.
  • Positioned as safety consultant for site managers to provide expertise in safety criteria, technical directives and operational techniques.
  • Held safety training and traffic safety instructional courses which led to marked improvements in safety culture across personnel groups.
  • Authored, coordinated and delivered mass educational briefings focused on occupational mishap trends and prevention.
  • Remained calm while interviewing and investigating subjects, collecting evidence and pressing for further information.
  • Kept detailed records of investigations and communication throughout cases to meet legal standards and promote easy search and retrieval by compliance staff.
S1 Army Casualty Program Reporter/ Deployed Iraq, 08/2004 to 01/2006
Trex Company, IncLouisville, KY,
  • Full time, 60 hours a week.
  • As an S1 Casualty Program Reporter I preformed the following:
  • Monitored and managed the Army Casualty Program, one of the Army's most sensitive programs; provides guidance and assistance to 34 Casualty Assistance Centers (CAC); coordinated, synthesized, and confirms facts surrounding the death, injury or serious illness of Soldiers, Family members and civilians worldwide; made quick decisions that have lasting effects on Family members; provided Soldier's medical status and updates to distraught Family members, and communicates with senior military officials in the event of an Army casualty.
  • Reviewed soldier in-processing, out-processing, with birth month audits, maintaining military personnel files, medical and dental records; typed all correspondence in draft and final form; prepared and process evaluations, all staff requests for promotions, OCS, awards, and decorations; posts changes to Army regulations and other publications
  • Logged and filed classified documents, trained and instructed peers and supported unit on information security and information management.
  • Received and implemented combat orders and directed deployment of personnel in offence, defensive and retrograde operation. Prepared operation plans and orders to support security of resources and installation.
  • Maintained accountability during redeployment of all sensitive items and communication equipment. Created and additionally helps with creating reports, plans of activity, proposals, preparing programs, or potentially process changes to guarantee continuous program improvement and administrative consistence.
  • Gave and prepared the utilization of mechanized and manual managerial frameworks and systems. I finished important structures, created documentation, checks/approves information, and affirms that all activities were sent, reported and followed, and that applicable records kept up/held for work force related activities and exercises, to incorporate coordination of enlistment activities and determination boards.
  • Kept up refreshed staffing records, authoritative diagrams and records of pending work force activities to reflect precise information for the movement.
  • Block and braced shipment containers for ship movement.
  • Block and braced shipment containers for sling load helicopter movement and grounded electric charge.
  • Cut plywood and 2x4’s to shape braces and blocks.
  • Nailed, screwed and strapped cargo in shipment containers for movement.
  • Planned manifest of material in shipment to rescuer balance of container for movement and records of container.
  • Used crowbar and other tools to open and remove block and brace of manifest shipment.
  • Properly labeled block and braced containers of warning and safety labels and manifest.
  • Properly locked to S.O.P from customs for military container movement.
  • Capacity to give the full scope of regulatory and supervisory obligations which incorporates task of work, execution assessments, determination of staff, and proposal of honors and awards. Capacity to work together, impart, and exhibit client benefit and relational abilities with all services experts to guarantee quality/coherence of care and guarantee consistence with built up strategies and controls.
  • Capacity to give briefings, introductions, staff improvement, and preparing.
  • Capacity to oversee monetary issues, gauge asset and gear needs, and distinguish spending needs.
Material Handler, 09/2018 to Current
Mrc Global IncCarson, CA,
  • Full time, 40 hours a week.
  • Organized warehouse inventory according to warehouse plan.
  • Observed inventory allocation to maintain material needs and production deadlines.
  • Logged unit quantities and entered data within inventory database to facilitate records maintenance.
  • Inspect packages per shift to determine any product or package damage.
  • Communicate with customers daily to convey information regarding delivery times
  • Implemented plans for storage and arrangement of stock to determine warehouse configuration, setup, movement, rearrangement and traffic flow.
  • Packed merchandise into boxes and containers to ensure safe shipment.
  • Tracked parcel movement using hand-held scanners and daily production sheets to keep records accurate.
  • Assisted warehouse staff in promoting top-level productivity and shipment accuracy.
  • Organized efficient daily work plans based on oral instructions and written directions to meet challenging objectives.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of industry best practices and company protocols to maintain workplace safety and efficiency.
  • Coordinated shipments of local, regional, national in nature.
  • Operated equipment with focus on safety and efficiency.
  • Transported material to correct locations and documented inventory changes.
  • Culled knowledge of OSHA safety standards to communicate potential hazards and issues to Logistics staff.
  • Loaded completed orders on pallets according to delivery numbers.
  • Sorted cargo for accurate shipment to target locations, preventing unnecessary delays and promoting productivity.
  • Unloaded cargo with mechanized equipment to enable receipt of pre-ordered inventory.
  • Operated forklifts and pallet jacks to move, pick up or store products.
  • Maintained delivery truck and M.H.E equipment using troubleshooting methods to keep functional for all staff.
  • Reported to Caine of Command, providing updates on anticipated task completion times to maintain timeline accountability.
  • Assisted warehouse staff with inventory and pick tickets duties to maintain organizational efficiency.
  • Braced, padded and supported shipments to prevent shifting and damage.
  • Ordered and replaced warehouse supplies stock and hand tools.
  • Disposed of debris and hazardous materials properly to avoid contamination.
  • Developed storage and space utilization plans for specific commodities and equipment.
  • Counted inventory stock periodically, reporting totals to caine of command for auditing.
  • Performed repair work on Delivery Truck and M.H.E equipment, notifying maintenance department of issues requiring more extensive repairs.
  • Operated overhead lifts to move heavy and bulky work materials.
  • Received and assembled new equipment according to manufacturer instructions.
  • Coordinated incoming and outgoing shipments and placement of materials to meet scheduling requirements.
  • Moved inventory items using forklift equipment safely to prevent accidents and mishaps.
  • Managed full range of warehousing activities including receiving, storing and shipping.
  • Alerted purchasing team of shortages or damaged goods identified when unloading trucks.
  • Protected company inventory by maintaining and organizing storage areas.
  • Palletized boxes to streamline movement and shipment.
  • Attached documents, such as PO receipts, packing slips and bill of lading to outbound shipments.

• I work in the Receiving/Distribution area of Logistics located in the warehouse.
• Receive incoming shipments checking the items against the electronic purchase orders and other related documentation to verify correctness prior to completing the receiving process.
• Forwards all appropriate information in accordance with current procedures and notes discrepancies such as shortages and damages while ensuring all are resolved in a timely manner.
• Maintains the flow of the warehouse by moving, delivering, shelving, storing and inventorying materials and equipment per appropriate procedure.
• Handle deliveries and warehousing materials including hazardous, flammable, and temperature sensitive products to appropriate areas in hospital by truck in a timely manner.
• Place items appropriately on shelving, pallets on bins so as to ensure adequate safeguards and access.
• Ensures items are pulled using the First In First out (FIFO) method by date, insuring all expired goods are removed from location and making inventory changes to reflect correct quantity.
• Work with the Warehouse supervisor and Equipment Inventory Management Specialists to ensure the appropriate disposition of equipment turn-ins, pickups and disposal.
• Work with the Inventory Management Specialists to ensure timely stocking of primaries, participating in a variety of inventories and communicating discrepancies as appropriate.
• Handles direct issue products and ensures each are processed out in a timely fashion, with special attention given to time sensitive and emergency requests
• Makes off-site deliveries in motor vehicles typically with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) not exceeding 26000.
• Prepare materials for shipment both small package and bulk; ensures that all items are packages or palletized correctly to prevent damage; ensures labeling and shipping documents are in order.
• Sort and delivers incoming mail, picking up Hospital outgoing mail, supporting the mail center with off campus deliveries, understanding and adhering to all facility and federal postal regulations.
• Operate and maintains a variety of powered industrial vehicles, including powered hand trucks, fork lifts, and other vehicles. Adheres to all OSHA operating and safety standards.
• Work in the distribution area, with duties which include but are not limited to: electronically receiving items into inventory, scanning floor stock, picking and filling orders, putting and stocking shelves.

Logistics Supervisor, 06/2018 to 09/2018
Cost Plus World MarketCity, STATE,
  • Full time, 40 hours a week..
  • As Logistics Supervisor I overseen the shipping and delivery of materials and warehouse personnel. I overseen goods from retailers and wholesalers. I managing the loading of trucks, setting up delivery routes and unloading of material. As Logistic Supervisors I also manage inventory and maintained communications with carriers, suppliers, warehouses, custom brokers and others involved in the shipping and delivery of merchandise.
    Ensure effective and timely implementation of all Logistics daily operational goals inclusive of Shipping functions and Inventory Management. Below are some responsibilities as Logistic Supervisor
  • I maintained Develop and initiate monthly reports having required project timelines, corporate metrics and productivity measurements.
  • Lead training, hiring, career development and enrichment of all department warehouse associates.
  • Support inventory management consisting of reconciling and maintaining of finished goods inventory by sku along with lot date by warehouse locations.
  • Analyze and log purchase orders commensurate to existing stock availability .
  • Oversee and monitor availability of stock to reduce shortages.
  • Ensure to process orders and on-time delivery by network of courier companies and warehouses.
  • Plan and arrange logistics required shipments.
  • Support simplification and standardization of processes to accelerate logistics and enhance efficiencies.
  • Identify enhancement opportunities and suggest solutions for improvement to top management.
  • Head team to develop, articulate and maintain logistic process documentation.
  • Analyzed data to determine and maintain most cost-effective procedures.
  • Provided smooth operations by maintaining communication with supervisors of other departments.
  • Oversaw and monitored the availability of stock products.
  • Negotiated logistics costs and kept costs under established budget.
  • Established and maintained professional relationships with carriers, warehouses, customers and sales force.
  • Monitored logistics procedures, day-to-day workflow and employee performance to increasing productivity.
  • Developed monthly reports complete with project timelines, corporate metrics, and productivity measurements.
  • Designed warehouse layouts to maximize usability of available storage space.
  • Led and managed projects to support logistics efforts and plans.
  • Researched issues to address shipping errors and packaging mistakes.
  • Successfully supervised daily management of all logistics and transportation activities, effectively eliminating waste.
  • Led all logistics operations, including shipping and receiving.
  • Performed needs analysis to determine performance gaps and developed appropriate tactics to resolve issues.
  • Drafted shipment reports to inform management and clients.
  • Troubleshot and formulated strategies for expected and unanticipated logistics issues.
  • Maintained high standards of internal and external customer service.
Senior Distribution Process Worker WG-06-05, 03/2008 to 06/2018
Defense Logistics AgencyCity, STATE,
  • Full time, 40 hours a week..
  • I work in the Receiving/Distribution area of Logistics located in the warehouse.
    • Receive incoming shipments checking the items against the electronic purchase orders and other related documentation to verify correctness prior to completing the receiving process.
  • I work in the Receiving/Distribution area of Logistics located in the warehouse.
    • Receive incoming shipments checking the items against the electronic purchase orders and other related documentation to verify correctness prior to completing the receiving process.
  • Duties include stock selection, stow, research, location survey, physical inventory, material handling, material examining and identifying, packing, and operating Material Handling Equipment.
  • Receive, unload and processes incoming shipments. Check accompanying documentation against container or packing labels. Follows established procedures in reporting over, short, misdirected, or damaged materials.
    Pack and preserve a variety of items. Determines the materials, containers, devices and preservatives needed.
    Assembles items for shipment in the loading area according to information provided on the shipping requests and checks the condition of shipping containers prior to loading. Ensures shipments are properly loaded onto the right conveyances.
    Counts types and quantities of items during inventories, and maintains tally listings during the count. Recounts or searches other storage locations to assist in determining the basis for over, short, or misplaced items.
    Operates one or more types of material handling equipment such as standard type forklift with a lifting capacity of up to 15,000 pounds, warehouse tractor, or general-purpose vehicle.
    More detail information on skills and duties.- Specialized knowledge of warehouse plans, methods, procedures, and techniques of material handling. I have a broad knowledge of overall warehousing storage management plan and accepted warehousing methods, procedures, and techniques to select proper storage locations, re-warehouse materials and assemble items for shipment in accordance with shipping requests, heights, widths, and weights at which items may be stacked on pallets in bin and bulk locations to prevent tipping, crushing, or other damage. Knowledge of loading methods to ensure that materials are loaded on the carrier in such a manner as to prevent damage during transport and expedite handling. Knowledge of supply systems/computer systems when identifying and moving material efficiently. Ability to process and independently complete shipping and receiving documents ensuring correctness of quantities, identification criteria, and labeling. Knowledge of automated systems/programs (e.g., DSS and similar formats). Skill in building pallet loads of items according to the type of conveyance on which the items are to be shipped and their destination. Ability to use pallet measuring gages or automated equipment to ensure proper height, weight, or other load and storage requirements. Knowledge of a full range of packing methods to include specific knowledge of standard containers, protective devices, and cushioning and packing materials. Skill in operating mechanized equipment, e.g., utility vehicles, forklifts, mobile stock selectors, and automated electromechanical equipment controlled by computer terminals to receive and transmit storage, inventory and requisition data. I carry out responsible for assigned duties and equipment handled. Receives general instructions from a higher graded employee or the supervisor. Independently carries out assignments, following established procedures, without guidance on methods, procedures, or techniques. Work is spot-checked upon completion for accuracy, adherence to procedural requirements, thoroughness, the quantity of work, timeliness, and results achieved. Responsible for safely operating forklift trucks, tugs, manned storage and retrieval vehicles, in narrow and constricted warehouse aisles. Responsible for observing all safety procedures required when working near the mechanized equipment. Responsible for verification, completion, and processing of documents and data handling. I use information of subjective and quantitative systems for measuring the viability, effectiveness, and efficiency of conveyance focus warehousing operations, stock administration, material control, and quality confirmation, alongside learning of the DDC mission, association and work forms a general learning of DLA storage room administration and warehousing arrangements, directions and methods.
    Learning of a scope of supply/quality program connections to incorporate ideas of storerooms format, plan, and improvement of space used for the material stream, sorts, and employment of capacity help and content taking care of gear. Learning of the DDC conveyance focuses concerning dissemination and storage room operations to prompt on storage room, staffing levels, modernization programs, the possibility and evaluated cost of material dealing with hardware, and the foundation of amortization criteria for offices and gear. Information on the Dispersion Standard Framework (DSS) keeping in mind the end goal to execute changes to digital forms that influence stockpiling administration and in support of circulation operations.
    Investigated inventory discrepancies to maintain recordkeeping validity.
  • Prepared and processed shipping documents, including work and shipping orders, route materials and bills of lading.
  • Prepared shipments for postage through careful packing, sealing and labeling of materials.
  • Determined best shipping method for materials, considering shipping procedures, routes and rates.
  • Rejected deliveries containing damaged items or shortages and corresponded with shipper to rectify issues.
  • Collaborated with carrier representatives to determine receipt methods and make special delivery arrangements.
  • Performed inspections of shipment contents, verifying accuracy against invoices and manifests.
  • Compared shipment contents with paperwork to support inventory accuracy and records management.
  • Unpacked and examined incoming shipments to confirm consistency with records and routed materials to appropriate department.
Warehouse Supervisor, 01/2002 to 12/2004
Grand Floor DesignCity, STATE,

As a Warehouse Supervisor at Grand Floor I Design and perform the following duties and skills:

  • Full time, 40 hours a week.Accomplished warehouse human resource objectives by selecting, orienting, training, assigning, scheduling, coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, appraising job contributions; recommending compensation actions; adhering to policies and procedures.
  • Meet warehouse operational standards by contributing warehouse information to strategic plans and reviews; implementing production, productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolving problems; identifying warehouse system improvements.
  • Meet warehouse financial standards by providing annual budget information; monitoring expenditures; identifying variances; implementing corrective actions. I moved inventory by scheduling materials to be moved to and from warehouse; coordinating inventory transfers with related departments.
  • Delivered supplies and equipment to departments by receiving and transferring items.
  • Maintained storage area by organizing floor space; adhering to storage design principles; recommending improvements.
  • Maintained inventory by conducting monthly physical counts; reconciling variances; inputting data. Secured warehouse by turning alarms on; testing systems.
  • Professional knowledge of current accounting and auditing theory, concept, practices and techniques as applied to planning, conducting and reporting audits for programs and missions.
  • General knowledge of the missions, organization and management and its activities and operations of various audits.
  • Ability to independently conduct a variety of assignments or investigations, utilizing a variety of methods and procedures including interviews, computer assisted audit techniques, statistical analysis and questionnaires in order to gather, document and report data to resolve issues.
  • Skill is required to apply accepted auditing methods and techniques in order to deal with a variety of audit problems.
  • Ability to communicate orally and verbally in order to independently compose, present and defend audit results to management.
Education and Training
University Of Phoenix - Livermore, CA,
  • Army Serious Incident Reporting and Investigating (Note loss Certificate but i have my TDY orders to attend and coin.
  • Forest Fire Prevention FEMA
  • OSHA Occupational Safety & Health Training
  • OSHA Employee Occupational Safety and Health
  • OSHA Introduction to Safety Management
  • OSHA Introduction to Occupational Safety and health
  • OSHA Essentials of Occupational Safety and Health
  • OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens

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School Attended

  • University Of Phoenix

Job Titles Held:

  • State Safety Incident Manager NCO
  • S1 Army Casualty Program Reporter/ Deployed Iraq
  • Material Handler
  • Logistics Supervisor
  • Senior Distribution Process Worker WG-06-05
  • Warehouse Supervisor



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