warehouse facilities manager - Transportation Air, Sea & Land Resume S
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warehouse/facilities manager Resume

Desired Industry: Transportation/Air, Sea & Land SpiderID: 20130
Desired Job Location: fort lauderdale, Florida Date Posted: 3/18/2008
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 3/2008
Desired Wage: 55-65
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: None Willing to Relocate: Undecided

Objective: Highly organized, motivated and dedicated professional desires to utilize my diverse skills in a management capacity.

Uniform Advantage, Weston, Florida
Project Manager/Corporate and Retail Maintenance
January 2006-March 2008
Responsibilities include setting up new retail stores and various construction projects within the corporate facility, including but not limited to, design, blueprints, construction, lease negotiations, locating new retail sites, utility set up, purvey IT equipment, designing and purchasing store fixtures and manage all contractors and sub contractors. Review all utility bills to find cost savings. Manage the maintenance and upkeep of the 30 retail stores and 38,000 square foot corporate offices.

Fulfillment Manager, Building Manager
February 2004 – January 2006
Responsibilities included entire control of 38,000 square foot catalog distribution center, brought company from 1 week behind in shipping to within 24 hours. Also included managing and scheduling 70+ employees working on 2 shifts within all departments. Was able to cut per package cost by 25% by establishing standards for all departments. Started a quality control department to inspect incoming product to reduce product return.
Able to cut costs at the distribution level by developing more vendors at more competitive prices
Accomplished moving the corporate office and distribution center to a new more modern facility, purchase all related supplies and equipment to properly run the new facility.
Oversee and manage the warehouse and corporate office building maintenance.
Oversee Emergency Management through any crisis, natural or otherwise.

STS Apparel, Hialeah, Florida
Plant Manager
August 1998 – February 2004
Responsibilities included production, control and scheduling of $50M Embroidery/Screen printing and Garment Company. Supervised 150 employees, including two staff supervisors and mechanical staff (machine operators, laborers, material handlers). Oversaw plant and general facilities maintenance, maintained proper levels of inventory and opening and closing of facility. Redesigned and consolidated available warehouse space to accommodate supplies, materials, and other equipment requiring temporary and permanent storage; Designed and erected pallet racking to assure that storage procedures are within OSHA guidelines; Assisted in the scheduling and production of the overseas facility. Ordered supplies from vendors. Organizes and manages warehouse activities. Redesigned automated folding equipment. Prepared requisition and support documents to purchase supplies and equipment. Renegotiated refuse contracts. Initiated bidding for various warehouse and plant services. Assisted in Human Resources issues including interviewing, hiring training and termination of staff. Supervises Safety Committee and assures that storage procedures are within safety guidelines; (very familiar with OSHA standards and practices). Attending various training sessions (OSHA, CPR, Tajima, Safety Commission etc.) Traveled to Dominican Republic to manage the setup of a new screen-printing and embroidery facility. (Trained staff and designed warehouse facility).
Reason for leaving: Company relocated all screen printing and embroidery business to Mexico.

Hirsch International, Hauppauge, New York
Training Program
June 1998 – August 1998
Attended 12-week training program featuring all aspects of Tajima embroidery equipment. Classes included: customer service, trouble-shooting, basic machine maintenance and editing.
Reason for leaving: 12-week training program to prepare for position at STS Apparel.

Liquid Ag, Pompano Beach, Florida
Route Driver
September 1997 – May 1998
Was responsible for the delivery of agricultural products to farms, country clubs and nurseries. Assisted with customer service issues. Maintained and updated shipping lists.
Reason for Leaving: Training opportunity with Hirsch International.

G.A.F. Seelig, Woodside, New York
Route Driver
February 1997 – August 1997
Responsibilities included were for the early morning delivery of a variety of dairy products to restaurants, schools and corporations in the Metropolitan New York area. Assisted with customer service issues. Maintained and updated shipping lists. Assisted with sales and recommendation of new products to customers.
Reason for Leaving: Relocation to Florida

Basic Metal and Salvage, Brooklyn, New York
Supervisor/Warehouse Manager
June 1983 – February 1997
Managed manufacturing facilities and the daily operations in the business of reclaiming and recycling of non-ferrous scrap metals. Responsible for the dispatching and routing of delivery vehicles in the tri-state (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) area. Oversaw plant and general facilities maintenance, maintaining proper levels of inventory and opening and closing of facility. Redesigned and consolidated available warehouse space to accommodate supplies, materials, and other equipment requiring temporary and permanent storage; negotiated contracts for the purchase and sale of materials before and after manufacturing. Coordinated shipping and deliveries with customers and buyers. Oversaw 45 employees (laborers and office staff) and maximized their productivity. Assisted in the maintenance of vehicles and machinery. Recruited, interviewed, hired and trained all permanent and temporary employees. Assisted in all Human Resource issues. Operated various machinery including, forklift, crane and front-end loader. Substitute Truck Driver when needed.
Reason for Leaving: Family Business closing.

Pace University, New York, New York 1983-1984
New York City Technical College, New York, New York 1984-1986 Marketing
Baruch College, New York, New York 1986-1989 Management
Total number of College Credits: 73

Commercial Driver’s License – Class A – Endorsements-/Tank/HazMat
Hazardous Material Awareness

IBM/Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Tajima Embroidery Machinery, Forklift, UPS and Fed-Ex Shipping Systems, Good command of Spanish language. CPR Certified

Available upon request.

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