Data Entry/Team Leader/Inventory Clerk/Machinist/Warehouse
2670 Dunn Ave, Memphis, TN 38114·901-406-1054·firstname.lastname@example.org
Self-motivated, reliable, and energetic warehouse professional with 10 years of warehouse, Leadership and Material Mgmt. experience. Hard working and detail-oriented with the ability to manage warehouse inventory, shipping, receiving, picking and packing operations
Advanced MS Office Suite Knowledge
Strong communication skills, meticulous attention to detail.
Experience in production scheduling, receiving, shipping and Quality Control Standards
Manufacturing/Supply Chain/Logistics Background
Familiar with RF, SAP, Red Prairie, GMPs System
Data Entry Clerk
Collect and document all information provided daily by Quality Specialist
Updated the data input process to provide accurate and up to the minute audit reports.
Scan and file all documents in accordance to OSHA, GMPs regulation.
Maintained operator logs, forms and records in accordance with company policies.
Operated PIT in a safe and efficient manner at all times.
Maintained a steady flow of material by stocking and delivering production areas as needed
Loaded/Unloaded Tractor Trailers and Carrier shipments.
Team Lead/Machine Operator
Dismantled and inspected components, adjusted and repaired as needed.
Trained, directed and instructed new workers and provided updated process and procedures to all.
Reported inventory balances and cycle counts in ERP and WMS systems.
Managed Teams of 3-30 Full-Time/Temporary workers.
Patrolled the facility and served as a general security presence and visible deterrent to crime and rule infractions.
Investigated calls and complaints involving fire, theft, abuse, accident and hazard reports.
Issued security badges and visitor passes to guest daily.
Completed and entered quality records, scrap reports and machine logs in timely manner
Reviewed and verified all work was in compliance with customer specifications
Retrieved correct materials from inventory in order to perform fabrication duties.
Improved knowledge and productivity through continuous training.
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