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Skillful Warehouse Clerk resume

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Professional Summary
A Multi skilled organizer with a detail-oriented, and conscientious self-starter, able to strategize ,as well as prioritize effectively to accomplish multiple tasks and stay calm under pressure.
  • OSHA requirements knowledge
  • Warehouse and fulfillment
  • Fast learner
  • Material handling
  • Team player
  • Effective at multi-tasking
Work History
Furniture Mover, 02/2016 to Current
Charm City MoversWindsor Mill, MD
  • Substantial experience of loading, moving, and unloading a variety of furniture
  • Ability to execute strenuous activities such as lifting heavy objects, with ease
  • Extensive knowledge of furniture assembly and disassembly procedures
  • Oversee and assisted with safe transportation and unloading of furniture at designated location.

Painter , 05/2009 to 09/2014
Hands On Painters Inc.Baltimore, MD

  • Taped around windows and fixtures prior to painting walls.
  • Painted indoor areas such as hallways, bathrooms and lobbies.
  • Performed flat glass repairs and minor structural repairs to concrete and wood decks, window trim, windows and door casings.
  • Cleaned and properly stored all paint equipment and supplies at the end of each work day.

Warehouse clerk, 01/2007 to 03/2008
Manpower Temp AgencyBaltimore, MD
  • Receive trucks and unload merchandise.
  • Ensure machinery is serviced and functional
  • Sort material according to size, type, style, color, or product code
  • Stock warehouse with tools.
  • Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards.

Construction Worker/Site supervisor , 03/2001 to 11/2006
Trueheart Construction CompanyBaltimore, MD
  • Assist construction site workers in erecting structures and demolition
  • Unload and load construction materials
  • Signal operators to guide them in moving equipment and provide assistance.
  • Mixed porridge of catch basins and poured and sawed off concrete and asphalt.
  • Clean up spills and remove hazardous material

High School Diploma: 2010
Belford High - Norfolk, VA

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Job-winning Warehouse Clerk resume

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Professional Summary
Reliable and hardworking with years in weapon and vehicle repair and maintenance, searching for an opportunity and chance to further excel within my skill set.  Looking to pursue a highly rewarding and challenging career.   Knowledgeable and motivated individual who excels in building and facility maintenance in a manufacturing environment. Areas of expertise include HVAC, energy management systems and hazardous waste management. Personable and well-versed in evaluating and diagnosing problems and repairing issues in a timely and professional manner. Detail-oriented Facilities Technician familiar with all aspects of facilities maintenance and repair. Desires a leadership role.
  • Mechanical drawing interpretation
  • Knowledge of gear boxes
  • CPR/First Aid certified
  • HAZMAT knowledge
  • Small parts assembly
  • Certified forklift operator
  • HVAC system knowledge
  • Excellent problem-solving abilities
  • Superb communication skills
  • Amazing diagnostic skills
  • Creative problem solver
  • Innovative thinker
  • Detail-oriented
  • All in all considered a "peoples person"
Work History
Painter 06/2013 to Current
Allied Trades Starke, Florida
  • I work in multiple shops as required such as the paint shop, small arms shop, body shop, and canvas shop.
  • My duties performed include:.
  • Paint Shop: Surface preparation and painting on a wide variety of equipment and vehicles within the FLARNG inventory.
  • Surface preparation requirements including applying body fillers, coating materials, applying resins, and the various methods such as brushing or spraying required to apply these materials to achieve an acceptable finish to apply the final coating.
  • Worked on equipment that was rusted, dented, or in some sort of corroding condition that required re-surfacing, priming and painting.
  • Used multiple tools, material, and equipment to complete the procedures required by IAW manufacturing standards in the paint shop including but not limited to; sand paper, paint scrapers, wire brushes and wheels, grinders, cutting wheels, disk sanders, sand blaster (complete vehicle), and sand blaster (small part).
  • Used and prepared multiple products required such as thinners, epoxies, hardeners, primer, etching primping, rust prohibit pre coating, to complete the re-surfacing, priming, and painting of equipment on job order.
  • Small Arms Shop: Certifications and repair of all FLARNG supported individual and crew served weapons including; M16s and M4 rifles, M249 automatic rifle, M240B machine gun, M2 and M2A1 machine guns, 60mm, 81mm, and 120mm mortar systems.
  • Repairs completed include barrel replacement, site repair and replacement, bolt and trigger mechanism assembly replacement and repair, and MWO installations.
  • Travel to various units in Florida to certify weapons for safety and readiness to deploy and train.
  • Body Shop: Vehicle and equipment repairs including repair or replacement of fenders, cab assemblies, hoods, bumpers, and complete vehicle body replacement.
  • Repairs also include surface preparation applying body fillers, coating materials, applying resins, and the various methods such as brushing or spraying required to apply these materials to achieve an acceptable finish to apply the final coating.
  • Canvas Shop: Fabricate glass and windshields for military vehicles and commercial vehicles.
  • Fabricate covers, tarpaulins, and other leather items that are difficult to plan, lay out, construct and fit because of figure irregularities, uncommon shapes and sizes, unusual designs or intricately constructed parts.
  • Repair and replace upholstery on tactical, commercial and combat vehicles and equipment.
  • Install interior trim, weather stripping, replace any hardware, repair any worn leather equipment, machine sew items, for a wide variety of military vehicles.
  • Clean, maintain and make necessary adjustments to tools and power sewing machines used.
  • Surface Maintenance Repairer, FLARNG-MATES.
Surface Maint. Mechanic 02/2012 to 06/2013
Mates Starke, Florida
  • Serviced, maintained, disassembled, assembled, repaired and tested heavy mobile equipment.
  • Experience in diagnosing malfunctions and determining remedy in all systems.
  • Experience in using hand tools and measuring equipment.
  • Aided in repairs and overhauls gasoline, diesel and other types of engines (4, 6, 8 cylinder) M932A1/A2, PLS Systems, M987, M1114 up armored, M998, and heavy duty driveline.
  • Aided removal and installed manual transmissions, transfers, and hydraulic components.
  • Understand technical manuals, wiring schematics, hydraulic schematics, parts lists/manuals, maintenance bulletins, and MGF repair manuals.
  • Performed oil changes, front end alignments, brake repairs, and tire mounting and diagnosed engine and small electrical failures.
  • Performed PMCS to ensure vehicles and equipment are properly serviced, including brake adjustments, replacing hydraulic fluids, greasing, cleaning, and other maintenance operations to ensure that equipment is mission capable.
Mechanic/Security Personnel 09/2011 to 10/2012
US Army Jacksonville, Florida
  • 153rd A TRP CAV - FLARNG Deployment to Camp Buehring Kabari Crossing, Al Ahmadi Kuwait.
  • Trained, coached and mentored staff to ensure smooth adoption of new program.
  • Implemented innovative programs to increase employee loyalty and reduce turnover.
  • Developed and rolled out new policies.
  • Increased mission efficiency by 60%.
Gate Guard/Quick Reaction Force/Security 12/2009 to 02/2011
US Army Jacksonville, Florida
  • Deployment with the 111th for operation Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Analyzed and investigated all incidents alongside functional management and security supervisors.
  • Supervised a team of 5 highly trained security personnel during a given shift.
  • Monitored and evaluated unit performance on key security issues, recommending corrective action programs where appropriate.
  • Conducted 3 security audits per month to identify potential problems related to physical security, staff safety and asset protection.
AIT Soldier 02/2009 to 08/2009
US Army Charleston, South Carolina
  • 10 weeks of basic combat training and 13 weeks of advanced individual training with on-the-job instructions.
  • Maintained wheeled vehicles, trailers, and material handling equipment systems.
  • Learned about power train components including frame cross members, clutches assemblies, transmissions, transfers, final drives, propeller shaft assemblies, brake systems and steering systems, suspensions systems, fifth wheel assemblies, wheeled vehicle crane, and hoist and winch assemblies.
  • Training consisted of 2,184 hours books and hands on.
Warehouse Clerk 08/2007 to 12/2008
Michael's Arts and Crafts Jacksonville, Florida
  • Received orders, unloaded packages from trucks and placed them properly in the warehouse.
  • Maintained work environment, cleaned, maintained tools, and equipment used for unloading and loading the products.
  • Documented and managed inventory control system in the computer that were placed in the warehouse by using scanners and bar code readers.
  • Was responsible for activities that included receiving, unloading, storing, selecting and shipping bulk and bin materials and equipment.
  • Assisted in the development of plans for storage and arrangement of stock to determine warehouse configuration, setup, movement, rearrangement, and traffic flow.
  • Prepared property for shipment, distribution, and storage.
High School Diploma: 2008 William M Raines High School - Jacksonville, FL
HVAC Certified: HVAC 2017 Florida Career College, HVAC - Jacksonville, FL

Licensed in the following vehicles

  • Humvee
  • Light/Medium Tactical Vehicle
  • Fork Lift
  • 5 Ton
  • 2 1/2 Ton
  • Gators
  • Armored Vehicles.

Information Technology: Information Technology Current Florida Career College - Jacksonville, FL
  • A+ Certification
  • Linux Software Migration
  • Network + Certification
  • Coursework in Computer Science and Information Technology
Additional Information
  • Secret Security Clearance - 2012/Current
  • Cyber Awareness Training
  • All wheeled vehicle certification

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Experienced Warehouse Clerk resume

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Professional Summary
Highly-skilled Machinist who thrives in a dynamically changing environment while working as a team member and meeting all production deadlines. I am seeking a long term career with a successful company.
  • CNC machine operation
  • Large lathe operation
  • Painting/Electrical/Plumbing knowledge
  • Quality control analysis
  • Efficient troubleshooter
  • GIS
  • Equipment Inspections
  • OSHA & Safety Requirements
  • Drafting and Blueprints
  • Microsoft Office


Work History
Maintenance Technician, 02/2017 to Current
Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority Cherokee, NC
  • Perform routine checks of electrical and plumbing needs.
  • Replace broken window panes with routine patching and caulking.
  • Perform routine ground maintenance: grass cutting and tree trimming.
  • Select material and assist in necessary carpentry  for door and interior trim repair.
Supply Warehouse Clerk, 10/2016 to 02/2017
Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority Cherokee, NC
  • Received trucks and unload merchandise.
  • Stacked merchandise on racks.
  • Stocked warehouse with tools.
  • Ensured machinery and supplies are in good working order.
Tire Machine Operator, 05/1996 to 10/2015
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Plant Lawton, OK
  • Operated forklifts, hoists, and other material handling equipment.
  • Mono/G-9 and ARF manufacturing tire machine operator.
Machinist, 04/1990 to 05/1996
Wichita Clutch Wichita Falls, TX
  • CNC Machines, manual lathe with tracer, milling, and grinding. Mazak M4, Mazak M5, OKK-Mc_4VA machining center.
Machinist, 09/1989 to 08/1990
Davis Machine Shop Inc Lindsay, OK
  • CNC Machines, manual lathe with tracer, milling, and grinding. Mazak M4, Mazak M5, OKK-Mc_4VA machining center.
Machinist, 11/1988 to 08/1989
Central Manufacturing Company Collinsville, OK
  • 12 Station shop experience, manual lathe with tracer, milling, and grinding.
Machinist, 06/1983 to 06/1989
Burges-Norton Claremore, OK
  • 12 Station Drills, Broach Chucker, A.M.L., Web Drills, Brown-n-Sharp, Cold HA-400, Hitachi Seiki Machining Centers, Okuma LC, Lathe, BTA (2 & 4 axis).
High School Diploma: 1981
Apache High School - Apache, OK
Associate of Applied Science: CNC Machinist, 1983
Oklahoma State Technical - Okmulgee, OK