Warehouse Team Leader resume example with 20+ years of experience

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

Driven Associate Director applies 25+ years of progressive experience of implementing change. Well versed in building partnerships with civic and corporate leaders. Social acumen. Plan and execute initiatives with strategic approach. Excellent anticipator creative and analytical problem-solver looking for new and exciting challenge.

  • Community Engagement
  • Motivational Leader
  • Strong attention to details
  • Operational and Capital budget Management
  • Strategic planning
  • Project management
09/2019 to Current
Warehouse Team Leader Applied Industrial Technologies, Inc. Florence, KY,
  • Independently look for ways to improve operations; evaluated deficiencies, set long-term goals monitored day-to-day operations; led to, promotion and 5% pay increase within first year.
  • Increased productivity by 15% cross-trained both current employees and new hires.
  • Partnered with leadership team to optimize resources; led to, record setting production levels while exceeding OSHA rules.
  • Organized 5-7 employees daily work schedules; modeled accountability, provided oral instructions and written directions to meet operational objectives.
  • Increased customer satisfaction by maintaining high integrity responded quickly through to problem resolution.
05/1994 to 06/2019
Senior Pastor Community Action Program For Central Arkansas Conway, AR,
  • Sought to provoke parishioners of varying demographics to engage in conversation that would lead to racial reconciliation congregation averaged 250-300 members.
  • Crafted sermons that addressed truths and untruths, fears and biases; solicited a call to action that included active listening, exhibiting mercy, and intentional fellowship.
  • Coordinated potluck dinners; monthly menu featured different ethnic foods incorporated fun ice breakers 50-75 attendants sat with different people groups with the intent to establish connections.
  • Created 3-year pilot mentorship program; collaborated with care-takers, volunteers, and school officials to provide stable and empathic support to at risk youth ages 12-22.
  • Mentorship program helped participants to embrace challenges, be accountable, and develop positive coping skills: led to, reduced school truancies upward of 5% and higher graduation rates.
  • Drove initiative to serve 100-150 individuals experiencing homelessness; partnered with non-profits, medical professionals, and community leaders to furnish food, temporary housing, physical and mental healthcare.
  • Established food and clothing bank program; collaborated with volunteers and staff to administer support to the working poor. Served on average 75 families monthly.
  • Independently moved to reduce gender inequities; ordained 5-8 women; went against the establishment to support diversity and inclusion.
  • Boosted community outreach; developed activities like summer concerts; established budget coordinated with artists, vendors, volunteers, and city officials; resulted in, providing safe family friendly events.
  • Lauded for fundraising abilities raised $1000's for various initiatives like annual back-to-school drive served approximately 350 students.
  • Slashed operational inefficiencies supervised remodeling project; monitored timelines and expenses remained within $750,000 budget interacted with all stakeholders daily.
  • Increased community engagement capabilities by overseeing capital project; acquired annex building negotiated $950,000 purchase price directed renovations.
  • Served as liaison between civic groups, government officials, and business professionals held external meetings to accomplish objectives.
  • Assisted organization achieve expansion goals by hosting weekly radio show approximately 10,000 member audience tune in.
  • Successfully managed all operational and budgetary functions of 2-3 churches during 3-5 year assignment rotation.
  • Trained paid and unpaid staff, monitored performances, coached as needed delivered quarterly and annual recognition/awards.
  • Consecutively earned annual bonus based on exceptional operational and financial management awarded upward of 8% of salary.
  • Exercised significant autonomy utilized full commitment with out of the box thinking to deliver customized solutions.
  • Served as Chairman of the Board held monthly meetings to strategize and advance objectives.
  • Directed the manufacturing of materials such as pamphlets, flyers, and resources packets to reach desired audience.
08/2010 to 05/2014
Teacher Phoenix Home Care Holden, MA,
  • Performed student background reviews to ascertain learning deficiencies and strengths to adequately develop lessons; increased classroom participation and performance by 7-9%.
  • Established positive relationships with 60+ students predominately black and brown along with their parents; helped to improve students’ morale and participation.
  • Built-up parent-teacher communication by holding regular parent-teacher conferences conducted home visits as well for high and low performing students.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Key participant during yearly fund raising campaign; help to generate $1000's in support of approximately 1500 member student body.
01/2005 to 04/2010
Hospice Chaplain Covenant Counseling City, STATE,
  • Provided excellent support by planning, assessing and caring for patient's spiritual and emotional needs throughout the end-of-life process.
  • Created a safe space for assigned 60 terminally ill patients, guided individuals and family members through emotional challenges; elevated individuals' comfort maintained their dignity.
  • Collaborated closely with individuals and medical staff to better understand unique issues and determine appropriate levels of involvement in support of 75-bed facility.
  • Delivered high level of spiritual guidance, emotional support and practical assistance to residents and their loved ones.
  • On call 24/7; made in-home visits up to 6-8 patients daily.
Education and Training
Expected in 01/1996
Master of Arts: Master of Divinity
Christ University - New Zealand ,
Expected in 08/1991
Bachelor of Arts: Theology
Oakwood University - Huntsville, AL,

Level II Clinical Pastoral Education completed 09/2005

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School Attended

  • Christ University
  • Oakwood University

Job Titles Held:

  • Warehouse Team Leader
  • Senior Pastor
  • Teacher
  • Hospice Chaplain


  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts

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