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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:

Hardworking Warehouse Worker with 5 years experience in a warehouse pick/pack fulfillment and distribution environment.

  • Automotive logistics and procedures knowledge
  • Packing and scanning orders
  • Interpret Instructions and specifications
  • Safety-oriented

  • Inventory control
  • Results-oriented
  • Flexible

Assembled product containers and crates.Prepared pallets by following prescribed stacking arrangement and properly tagging pallets.Used propane forklift to load trailer at warehouse.

supply technician, 01/2014 to 02/2014
Tyonek Native CorporationHopkins, SC,
  • 40 hours per week.
  • Duties: I receive, open, and order materials.
  • I have to identify parts.
  • I am familiar with HMMWV, Max Pro, RTCH & MTVR parts.
  • Communicate with line to get them the parts they need to achieve production.
  • Ordered parts using LMP [Logistics Management Program}.Received parts and made choices on which parts would interchange with other parts.
  • I expedited parts to the line and expedited parts that needed to be ordered immediately such parts included mechanical electrical and electronic subsystems, armor, hull, turret, weapons stations, power trains, suspensions, and fire control.
  • Determine level of parts.
  • Received shop work orders and a variety of other documents prior to the start.
  • Determine whether or not to get reclaimed parts based upon what the individual station needs at that particular time.
  • Use feglog, Webflis, ETM , BLUE PRINT DRAWINGS and TM to research parts.
  • Use LMP program codes MIGO, LS24, LT24, MB51, MB1A, MB1C, MD04, LB10, COOIS AND CO03.
  • I communicate with my supervisor daily of any issues on parts problems and provide NSN, NIIN or Part numbers.
  • Communicate with Parts Manager or Production Controller about unavailable parts and recommend substation part or the possibility of a fab.
  • I use Microsoft excel to create spread sheets to keep track of parts.
  • I have used Microsoft Excel while overseas to track cost of parts.
  • While overseas I monitor all cost, identified problems, recommending solutions and report back to high command on what was happening.
  • I use Microsoft word for different uses.
  • Communicate with mechanics on issue with parts on the line.
  • I have other expeditor's that come to me for help with parts.
  • I am familiar with the different tools that I use to do my job.
  • These tools include hammers, dewalt drills, bander's, cranes, basic tools and push carts.
  • Work in all types of environments.
  • The ability to adapt to situations that might arise and get the job done.
  • Can work unsupervised.
Warehouse Specialist, 09/2013 to 2014
American Residential ServicesMarietta, GA,
  • As a warehouse specialist), i am responsible for the following duties:.
  • I Receive, examine and determine the condition and disposition of a wide variety of materials.
  • Review disposal turn-in document (DTID) accompanying material and compare data against property to assure correct information including proper documentation (e.g., stock number, nomenclature, quantity, unit of issue, disposal authority code, DEMIL and condition code.
  • Visually inspects usable property for obvious signs of condition and determines acceptability.
  • Determine condition and reportabilty and special handling requirements (e.g., hazardous material, precious metals, security, DEMIL, Special focus items, etc.) and assigns appropriate classification instructions for warehousing.
  • Verify accuracy of demilitarization codes, takes action to challenge questionable items/codes, and maintains segregated storage of property requiring DEMIL.
  • Ensure proper certification is attached to turn-in document when demilitarized by host or generating activity.
  • Performs special and periodic inventory of property; re-palletized/re-locates property as necessary.
  • I operate forklifts and related materials handling equipment to move, load and unload, stack or un-stack palletized materials, supplies, and equipment.
  • Identifies, receives, sorts, counts, classifies and handles hazardous materials in the USPFO storage areas.
  • Performs pre-receipt examination of property on site at the generation point and assures that the turn-in and shipping is in order, that the containers meet standards are placarded and marked properly.
  • Insures the safe receipt, storage and movement of hazardous and toxic materials and substances such as ammunition, explosives, chemicals, or radioactive materials in accordance with facility and regulatory requirements.
  • Receives or rejects material, equipment, including non-standard equipment, and complex assemblies for the facility based on their knowledge of products, equipment, and procedures as well as having the ability to determine subtle and inconspicuous defects.
  • Determines acceptance, serviceability and distribution requirements for perishable, classified, precious metals, textiles, clothing, complex electronic/mechanical equipment, assemblies and components.
  • Performs a full range of warehousing activities to include receiving, inspecting for defects, storing, selecting and shipping general or specialized bulk and bin materials and equipment.
  • I was working 40 hrs per week.
  • used forklift with capacity up to 15,000 pounds
production/maintence, 02/2013 to 03/2013
Konecranes OyjHouston, TX,
  • made sure all maintenance was done to standards of the company.
  • Also had the task to assure all areas of bar were full and temperatures and maintenance of the refrigeration was to code standards.
  • I was working 18 hours per week.
production/maintence, 2007 to 01/2007
HusqvarnaCity, STATE,
  • To maintain and trouble shoot 2 cycle engines.
  • Disassemble and assemble the engines on all sorts of weed eaters, lawn mowers, rotor tillers, and zero turn riding mowers.
  • Duties included the changing of spark plugs, timing keys, blades, filters and carburetors; replaced ignition coils, clutch assemblies, back housings, mufflers, fuel tanks, etc.
  • Mechanical duties also included of tearing down engines and rebuilding them back up, to include the reinstalling of the crank housing, fuel cells, fuel lines, carburetors, fuel switch, rope housing, kill switches as well as any other mechanical part that was removed.
  • I was working 40 hrs per week.
  • This consisted of 2 cycle engines.
Inspector, 07/2002 to 09/2005
Tyson Foods IncCity, STATE,
  • Some tasked involved the operation of company's vehicles for distributing products.
  • Duty included in the keeping up with the maintenance on company vehicles and forklifts, by checking all fluids, tires and any mechanical issue that would arise.
  • Also took the responsibility of repairing any minor jobs that needed to be fixed on forklift, as well as changing wiper blades, fluids, filters on company vehicle that I would operate when needed.
  • Used several kinds of tools to fulfill my task to include impacts, wrenches, filter wrenches, jacks, ratchets, all sorts of screwdrivers, hammers.
  • Other task as inspector included, examining the product and ensured that specifications were as required.
  • Filled stock supplies and maintained stock inventory and records.
  • Some tasked involved the operation of company's.
  • Other duty included in the keeping up with the maintenance on forklifts, by checking all fluids, tires and any mechanical issue that would arise.
  • Also took the responsibility of repairing any minor jobs that needed to be fixed on forklift, with little or no supervisory assistance.
  • Other duties included; distributing supplies amongst production workers, maintaining files and records, recorded receipts of materials, maintained stock records and other documentation as requested by management.
  • Ensured all compliance were to our established procedures.
  • My employment as inspector also included in inspecting, sorting, and weighing food products.
  • Task also involved the machined and fabricating products for defects, deviations from the specifications.
  • Operated a pallet jack as well, to perform some of my job duties.
  • I was working 40 hrs per week.
High school diploma: basics, Expected in 2002
Nashville high school - Nashville, AR
GPA: GPA: 3.7

GPA: 3.7

I studied computers and mastered Microsoft word, Microsoft power point, and Microsoft Excel.: , Expected in
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basic, Controller, documentation, focus, forklift, forklifts, inventory, Logistics, materials, Max, Mechanical, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft power point, Microsoft word, weapons, pallet jack, receiving, repairing, research, shipping, spread sheets, supervisor, supervisory, switches, switch, trouble shoot 2, warehousing

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School Attended
  • Nashville high school
Job Titles Held:
  • supply technician
  • Warehouse Specialist
  • production/maintence
  • production/maintence
  • Inspector
  • High school diploma
  • I studied computers and mastered Microsoft word, Microsoft power point, and Microsoft Excel.

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