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Warehouse Associate Resume


Desired Industry: Warehouse/Inventory SpiderID: 69617
Desired Job Location: Beltsville, Maryland Date Posted: 7/30/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 08/01/2013
Desired Wage: 10.00
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
To obtain a position with the opportunity
for growth, advancement, and on the job
training in a well developed company


Experience:
Cashier
08/2012 - 02/2013 Petco Prince
Frederick, MD

Receive payment by cash, check, credit
cards, vouchers, or automatic debits.
Issue receipts, refunds, credits, or
change due to customers.
Assist customers by providing
information and resolving their
complaints.
Establish or identify prices of goods,
services or admission, and tabulate
bills using calculators, cash registers,
or optical price scanners.
Greet customers entering establishments.
Answer customers' questions, and provide
information on procedures or policies.
Sell tickets and other items to
customers.
Process merchandise returns and
exchanges.
Maintain clean and orderly checkout
areas and complete other general
cleaning duties, such as mopping floors
and emptying trash cans.
Stock shelves, and mark prices on
shelves and items.

Automotive Detailer
08/2004 - 06/2011 Chuck's Custom
Car Care Laurel, MD

Inspect parts, equipment, or vehicles
for cleanliness, damage, and compliance
with standards or regulations.
Scrub, scrape, or spray machine parts,
equipment, or vehicles, using scrapers,
brushes, clothes, cleaners,
disinfectants, insecticides, acid,
abrasives, vacuums, or hoses.
Mix cleaning solutions, abrasive
compositions, or other compounds,
according to formulas.
Press buttons to activate cleaning
equipment or machines.
Clean and polish vehicle windows.
Rinse objects and place them on drying
racks or use cloth, squeegees, or air
compressors to dry surfaces.
Drive vehicles to or from workshops or
customers' workplaces or homes.
Turn valves or handles on equipment to
regulate pressure or flow of water, air,
steam, or abrasives from sprayer
nozzles.
Pre-soak or rinse machine parts,
equipment, or vehicles by immersing
objects in cleaning solutions or water,
manually or using hoists.
Lubricate machinery, vehicles, or
equipment or perform minor repairs or
adjustments, using hand tools.

General Office Clerk
03/2004 - 08/2004 Renald
Concepts, Inc. Clinton, MD
Operate office machines, such as
photocopiers and scanners, facsimile
machines, voice mail systems, and
personal computers.
Answer telephones, direct calls, and
take messages.
Maintain and update filing, inventory,
mailing, and database systems, either
manually or using a computer.
Communicate with customers, employees,
and other individuals to answer
questions, disseminate or explain
information, take orders, and address
complaints.
Open, sort, and route incoming mail,
answer correspondence, and prepare
outgoing mail.
Compile, copy, sort, and file records of
office activities, business
transactions, and other activities.
Compute, record, and proofread data and
other information, such as records or
reports.
Type, format, proofread, and edit
correspondence and other documents, from
notes or dictating machines, using
computers or typewriters.
Complete work schedules, manage
calendars, and arrange appointments.
Review files, records, and other
documents to obtain information to
respond to requests.


Machinist
06/2003 - 12/2003 Innovative
Technology Beltsville, MD

Calculate dimensions or tolerances,
using instruments such as micrometers or
vernier calipers.
Machine parts to specifications, using
machine tools, such as lathes, milling
machines, shapers, or grinders.
Set up, adjust, or operate basic or
specialized machine tools used to
perform precision machining operations.
Align and secure holding fixtures,
cutting tools, attachments, accessories,
or materials onto machines.
Measure, examine, or test completed
units to check for defects and ensure
conformance to specifications, using
precision instruments, such as
micrometers.
Monitor the feed and speed of machines
during the machining process.
Maintain machine tools in proper
operational condition.
Study sample parts, blueprints,
drawings, or engineering information to
determine methods or sequences of
operations needed to fabricate products.
Operate equipment to verify operational
efficiency.
Check work pieces to ensure that they
are properly lubricated or cooled.

Shipping and Receiving Clerk
10/2001 - 05/2003 Russell William
Odenton, MD
Examine shipment contents and compare
with records such as manifests,
invoices, or orders to verify accuracy.
Record shipment data, such as weight,
charges, space availability, damages, or
discrepancies for reporting, accounting,
or recordkeeping purposes.
Prepare documents, such as work orders,
bills of lading, or shipping orders, to
route materials.
Confer or correspond with establishment
representatives to rectify problems,
such as damages, shortages, or
nonconformance to specifications.
Pack, seal, label, or affix postage to
prepare materials for shipping, using
hand tools, power tools, or postage
meter.
Contact carrier representatives to make
arrangements or to issue instructions
for shipping and delivery of materials.
Deliver or route materials to
departments using handtruck, conveyor,
or sorting bins.
Requisition and store shipping materials
and supplies to maintain inventory of
stock.
Determine shipping methods, routes, or
rates for materials to be shipped.
Compute amounts, such as space
available, shipping, storage, or
demurrage charges, using computer or
price list.

General Office Clerk
05/2001 - 10/2001 Snelling
Staffing Service Columbia, MD
Operate office machines, such as
photocopiers and scanners, facsimile
machines, voice mail systems, and
personal computers.
Answer telephones, direct calls, and
take messages.
Maintain and update filing, inventory,
mailing, and database systems, either
manually or using a computer.
Communicate with customers, employees,
and other individuals to answer
questions, disseminate or explain
information, take orders, and address
complaints.
Open, sort, and route incoming mail,
answer correspondence, and prepare
outgoing mail.
Compile, copy, sort, and file records of
office activities, business
transactions, and other activities.
Compute, record, and proofread data and
other information, such as records or
reports.
Type, format, proofread, and edit
correspondence and other documents, from
notes or dictating machines, using
computers or typewriters.
Complete work schedules, manage
calendars, and arrange appointments.
Review files, records, and other
documents to obtain information to
respond to requests.





Material Handler
09/1997 - 04/2001 Logotel
Columbia, MD
Assisted with the order selecting of
various novelty products.


Education:

United States Army Aviation
School Unknown Level
UMUC MD 1 Year of College or a
Technical or Vocational School
Computer Applications
06/1981 Bowie State University - Upward
Bound MD High School Diploma
General High School Curriculum
06/1981 Laurel Senior High School
MD High School Diploma General
Studies


Additional Information:
Flight Operations Specialist United
States Army 01/1990


Reference:
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