Warehouse Supervisor Resume

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  • Follow the education and training section with work history starting with the most recent and relevant job held.
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ORIGINAL RESUME:

NAME

ADDRESS

  PHONE NUMBER      EMAIL ADDRESS

  • Leadership – routinely met goals through effective motivation and supervision.
  • Inventory Control – reduced back-orders through improved inventory tracking.
  • Production Planning – increased efficiencies by streamlining and standardizing processes.
  • Training – developed training procedures for new and under-performing staff.
  • Shipping and Receiving – identified and improved product tracking to reduce errors.
  • Reliability – recognized for perfect attendance.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

Warehouse Supervisor                     2001 – 2010

Book Company ─ Bloomingdale, IL

  • Created solutions to inventory challenges by successfully redirecting problem-solving focus from symptom solution to identifying root cause.
  • Boosted efficiency by 31% and reduced absenteeism to less than 2% on a regular basis. Implemented performance improvement process by cross training, which created a positive working environment and strengthened labor efficiency.
  • Achieved production targets by training new associates in cell groups.
  • Developed team-oriented environment to motivate and empower employees.
  • Introduced techniques to improve communication between departmental supervisors.  On-time delivery improved due to enhanced communication.
  • Led display team to be recognized as the highest performing employees in the region for three consecutive quarters.   
  • Earned Perfect Attendance Award for five consecutive years.
  • Oversaw return department and developed new procedures for processing returned product with a reduction in processing time and an annual savings.

Inventory Coordinator            1999 – 2001

Communications Company ─ Wood Dale, IL

  • Developed a new receiving procedure that ensured 100% accountability of branch products.
  • Revamped branch layout resulting in increased efficiency in materials storage.
  • Coordinate with suppliers and customers regarding products.

APPLICANT NAME                           Page 2 of 2

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

(Continued)

Team Leader/Inventory Coordinator            1988 – 1999

Telecommunications Company ─ Schaumburg, IL

  • Investigated and resolved inventory discrepancies. Reduced back order delays by seven days by working closely with sales and inventory departments.
  • Selected by manager to assist a team of specialists involved in developing, reorganizing and streamlining procedures.
  • Analyzed automated computerized picking cart malfunctions and recommended modifications to engineering team.
  • Credited with significant improvement in resolving customer and co-worker request issues.
  • Received Top performance Award for exceeding branch productivity target.
  • Designated to retrain associates with significant productivity problems resulting in reduced employee turnover.
  • Managed 25 associates in picking, packing and shipping department.   

EDUCATION and TRAINING

 

Harper College ─ Palatine, IL

Business Management- Completed 15 credits toward an AS degree. 

Business Training Courses:     

 Customer Service Management

MS Word 2007

MS Excel 2007

Communication and Presentation

Telecommunications Company ─ Schaumburg, IL

Management Training Courses:

Problem Solving                                  Time Management                                             Leadership Management

Inventory Management                                  Communication                                             Train the Trainer

Dealing with Difficult People                       Customer Service                                              Microsoft Office


 NEW RESUME:

NAME

ADDRESS

  PHONE NUMBER      EMAIL ADDRESS

EDUCATION and TRAINING

 

Harper College — Palatine, IL – completed several courses toward an AS degree in Business Management

  • Relevant coursework – Customer Service Management, MS Word, MS Excel, Communication and Presentation

Telecommunications Company — Business training courses

  • Relevant coursework – Customer Service, Inventory Management, Leadership Management, Microsoft Office, Problem Solving, and Time Management

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Warehouse Supervisor                     2001 – 2010

Book Company ─ Bloomingdale, IL

  • Led display team to be recognized as the highest performing employees in the region for three consecutive quarters. 
  • Oversaw return department and developed new procedures for processing returned product with a reduction in processing time and an annual savings.
  • Created solutions to inventory challenges by successfully redirecting problem-solving focus from symptom solution to identifying root cause.
  • Achieved production targets by training new associates in cell groups.
  • Developed team-oriented environment to motivate and empower employees.
  • Introduced techniques to improve communication between departmental supervisors.  On-time delivery improved due to enhanced communication.

Inventory Coordinator            1999 – 2001

Communications Company ─ Wood Dale, IL

  • Developed a new receiving procedure that ensured 100% accountability of branch products.
  • Revamped branch layout resulting in increased efficiency in materials storage.
  • Coordinated with suppliers and customers regarding products.

 

APPLICANT NAME                             Page 2 of 2

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

(Continued)

Team Leader/Inventory Coordinator            1988 – 1999

Telecommunications Company ─ Schaumburg, IL

  • Investigated and resolved inventory discrepancies. Reduced back order delays by seven days by working closely with sales and inventory departments.
  • Managed 25 associates in picking, packing and shipping department.
  • Assisted team of specialists involved in developing, reorganizing and streamlining procedures.
  • Analyzed automated computerized picking cart malfunctions and recommended modifications to engineering team.
  • Designated to retrain associates with significant productivity problems resulting in reduced employee turnover.

 


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