Warehouse Loader

Christy M. Clark


7264 Bienville Dr., Biloxi, MS 39532


Cell: 228-243-6782


Email: christyclark5@yahoo.com


 


 


EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:


Purchasing / Payroll                                                                                                   09/15 – 11/16


Employer: Ershigs


12050 Interchange Dr


Grand Bay, AL 36541


40 hours/week


Supervisor: Dani Blood, (251) 865-0912


 


Purchasing agent for onsite and offsite locations.  Managed a credit card monthly budget of $100K.  Calculated daily, monthly and annual material requirements.  Prepared appropriate documents for the purchase of materials, supplies, equipment, construction and service contracts according to laws, rules, procedures and regulations.  Reviewed and verified purchase requisitions to ensure that appropriate budget codes and acquisition procedures were followed.  Developed and prepared specifications for materials ordered, prepared specifications for projects; solicited bids from vendors; made vendor selection recommendations based on materials quality and price quotes.  Worked closely with vendors and maintained familiarity with current products and price schedules.  Analyzed all requests to determine the most efficient and economical way processing requests.  Obtain list price from different suppliers and negotiated contracts with the best suppliers.  Generated purchase orders in Epicor for small and large projects.  Returned defective projects.  Supervised inventory control.  Analyzed sales records.  Look for changes in the market.  Find new suppliers who can offer better prices.  Kept records of all the bought items.  Maintained receiving reports.  Managed payroll for over 95 onsite and offsite employees.  Reviewed time and attendance reports for an employee workforce consisting of regular, temporary and contract employees.  Reports consisted of pay, annual leave, sick leave and deductions.  Coded and input pay adjustments to include travel, leave and benefits for employees.  Input job transfers into ADP Payroll system.  Advised employees on leave balances, pay deductions, pay bonuses and pay requests.  Once completed, reports were generated for Supervisor approval and certification of timecards.  Organized quarterly luncheons with the company’s president. 


 


 


Warehouse                                                                                                                   02/15 – 09/15


Employer: Ershigs


12050 Interchange Drive


Grand Bay, AL 36541


45-50 hours/week


Supervisor: Thomas Simone, (251) 865-0912


 


Managed supply equipment items for Ershigs Fiberglass services through stock control, requisitioning, delivery and inventory control.  Analyzed such factors as usage rates, inventory, seasonal demands, prices, special projects or program changes.  Determined quantities required and timely stock replenishment and rotation by use of experienced judgment, historical data, and utilization.  Established and maintained minimum stock levels of all supplies to assure adequate inventory of items to prevent work stoppage.  Established and maintained the appropriate security of high value and items subject to pilferage.  Maintained safety data sheets (SDS) on all chemical solutions stocked.  Performed pickup and delivery of supplies and equipment at the scheduled intervals to ensure an adequate stock at all work areas.  Salvaged broken or obsolete supplies and equipment according to applicable directives and policies.  Maintained an accurate accounting and reporting system for property.  Performed routine accountability of inventory according to established policies and procedures.  Responsible for warehousing of backup stocks according to generally accepted supply warehousing and safety policies and standards.  Properly sorted and/or distributed to appropriate storage area for further processing.  Maintained and cataloged files of items, description patterns, reference groups, specifications, cataloging manuals, and/or other cataloging tools providing for up-to-date information and easy retrieval without undue delays.  Ensured maintenance and preventive maintenance are performed on all warehousing equipment and tools.  Forklift operator when receiving and loading materials.


 


 


Retail Operations Manager, NF-III                                                                          10/13 – 01/15


Employer: United States Air Force (USAF), Keesler Air Force Base, Arts and Crafts Center


109 G St. Bldg. 5904


Keesler AFB, MS 39534


40 hours/week


Supervisor: Thomas Golden, (228) 377-8430


 


Responsible for managing two facilities comprised of five separate shops with a total of ten employees.  Maintained the calendar of events for different classes, vendors and contractors on a monthly basis.  Maintained POS data base records and maintains equipment assets through accountability, maintenance/repairs, and disposal within Air Force guidelines.  Prepared the NAF Income and Expense Budgets with supporting data for inclusion in the overall program to include excel spreadsheets and slide presentations.  Compared the budgets with the financial statements monthly.  Reviewed the balance sheet and financial statements to ensure everything was posted correctly.  Prepared GLAFs when necessary.  Prepared daily deposits and input the information into NAFDIS (SAIS).  Maintained paper and electronic file plan through records management program.  Under my direction our team reduced payroll by 40 percent and purchasing by 50 percent, saving the Air Force $15K for the year.  Reviewed, approved and ensured proper coordination, accuracy, and adherence to Air Force contracting regulations when performing purchases through the use of a government purchasing card and Internet-based Purchasing System.  Attended monthly and quarterly briefings with the squadron and wing commanders.  Applied inventory control procedures that resulted in finding more than $5K in lost inventory.  Established policies for tracking and reporting missing inventory.  Completed an assessment on current vendors, sought out new vendors that resulted in $6K worth of savings.  Acted as a liaison between the Flight Chief and internal and external customers.  Listened and responded to customers, employees, contractors, and employee group suggestions, dissatisfactions, or grievances and handles matters at the lowest level.  Worked directly with Marketing Department on advertising daily, weekly, monthly and seasonal events.  Recruited and placed new employees in the appropriate vacant position.  Established requests in DCPDS to fill vacant positions.  Received list of available applicants. Arranged and prepared interviews with potential applicants.  Conducted new employee orientation on job specific requirements and facility requirements.  Maintained employee personnel files and records. 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Guest Services Manager, NF-III                                                                               10/12 – 10/13


Employer: USAF, Keesler AFB, Inns of Keesler


BLDG 470 Fisher Street, Keesler AFB, MS 39534


40 hours/week


Supervisor: Barbie Clark (228) 377-0056


 


Responsible for the efficient and economical operation of the Lodging Guest Reception for a mega base, which included both reservations and front desk operations.  Prepared and safeguarded cash receipts, prepared daily cashier’s report, daily activity reports, and prepared consolidated daily activity reports.  Maintained the retail sales inventory comprised of sundry and beverage items available for patron purchase.  Recommended solutions to staffing problems, work operations, etc., as appropriate to other supervisors.  Supported and explained management programs to subordinates.  Planned, established and scheduled leave for over 25 employees; set performance standards; selected the most suitable applicants for vacancies, determined performance ratings and training needs; and prepared and recommended disciplinary actions.  Advised and counseled workers on how to improve their performance, and explained new work techniques. Monitored performance based recognition and internal special lodging awards programs for guest services staff.  Stayed up to date with current Air Force Instructions (AFI’s), Operating Instructions (OI’s), and Air Force Standards.  Recruited and placed new employees in the appropriate vacant position.  Established requests in DCPDS to fill vacant positions.  Received list of available applicants. Arranged and prepared interviews with potential applicants.  Conducted new employee orientation on job specific requirements and facility requirements.  Maintained employee personnel files and records.


 


Assistant Housekeeping Manager, NF-III                                                              08/11 – 10/12


Employer: USAF, Keesler AFB, Inns of Keesler


BLDG 470 Fisher Street, Keesler AFB, MS 39534


40 hours/week


Supervisor: Mike Einhaus, (228) 376-7810


 


Planned, organized, conducted and managed a large, complex, and expanded lodging housekeeping program of more than 950 rooms.  Indirectly supervised a work force of more than 120 employees through subordinate supervisors first.  Formulated, implemented, coordinated and controlled a comprehensive lodging housekeeping program.  Determined long-range, intermediate, and short-range program goals and policies independently or jointly with higher management.  Accountable for the quantity and quality of work performed by assigned employees to include: hires, promotes, motivates, disciplines, and separates employees.  Assigned, directed, and reviewed the work of subordinates, and evaluated their work performance; approved or disapproved sick leave, annual leave, or other absences from work; planned, scheduled, and coordinated work operations, solved problems related to the work supervised; determined equipment and supplies needed; and explained and gained the support of subordinates or for management policy and goals; and form dealing effectively with employee and representatives of personnel on employee suggestions, complaints, grievances, and other matters.  Established personnel management policies for the housekeeping operation in line with the personnel policies of the AF and local lodging operations.  Delegated authority to subordinate supervisors and held them responsible for the performance of their respective organizational units.  Responsible for maintaining documentation to prepare as needed budget information such as housekeeping personnel expenses of $325K, cleaning supplies of $55K, and resale sundry stock of $15K.  Developed and maintained standards for cleanliness and sanitation.  Standards encompassed such areas as frequency of cleaning; methods, procedures, and safety precautions to be followed; selection, measurement and proper use of housekeeping and cleaning supplies; and use and maintenance of housekeeping equipment.  Monitored performance based recognition and internal special lodging awards programs for the housekeeping staff. 


 


Logistics Supervisor, NF-III                                                                                     05/08 – 07/11


Employer: USAF, Elmendorf AFB, North Star Inn


JB Elmendorf – Richardson, Bldg 7153 Fighter Dr, Anchorage, AK 99506


40 hours/week


Supervisor: Heidi Payton, 907-552-6928


 


Managed expendable and nonexpendable supply equipment items for lodging operations with 800 or more rooms/units through stock control, requisitioning, delivery and inventory control.  Analyzed such factors as usage rates, inventory, seasonal demands, prices, special projects or program changes.  Determined quantities required and timely stock replenishment and rotation by use of experienced judgment, historical data, occupancy and utilization.  Established and maintained minimum stock levels of all expendable supplies and amenities to assure adequate inventory of items to prevent work stoppage.  Established and maintained the appropriate security of high value items subject to pilferage.  Maintained material safety data sheets (MSDS) on all chemical solutions stocked.  Salvaged broken or obsolete supplies and equipment according to applicable directives and policies.  Maintained an accurate accounting and reporting system for nonexpendable property and performs routine phases of property management according to established policies and procedures.  Responsible for warehousing of expendable and nonexpendable backup stocks according to generally accepted supply warehousing and safety policies and standards.  Confirmed that maintenance and preventative maintenance are performed on all warehousing equipment and tools.  Verified that all transactions were properly reconciled, recorded and accounted for to provide reliable financial and statistical reports, and to maintain accountability over assets.  Resolved problems promptly with minimal adverse impact on functional operation.  Recommended solutions to staffing problems, work operations, etc., as appropriate to other supervisors.  Supported and explained management programs to subordinates.  Planned, established and scheduled leave; set performance standards; selected the most suitable applicants for vacancies, determined performance ratings and training needs.  Prepared and recommended disciplinary actions and advised and counseled workers on how to improve their performance, and explained new work techniques.  Investigated grievances and complaints; resolved them informally, notifying supervisors of those of sufficient importance or seriousness.


 


Lodging Training Manager, NF-III                                                                        07/07 – 05/08


Employer: USAF, Elmendorf AFB, North Star Inn


JB Elmendorf – Richardson, Bldg 7153 Fighter Dr, Anchorage, AK 99506


40 hours/week


Supervisor: Heidi Payton, 907-552-6928


 


Under direction of management, developed schedule to ensure the Quality Assurance Evaluation Program was conducted in accordance with Air Force (AF) Standards.  Inspected lodging rooms, buildings, grounds, parking lots and other areas such as offices, day rooms, hallways and storage areas for quality and quantity of work performed by all employees.  Evaluated and updated all general room instructions to include: guest directories, fire evacuation procedures, equipment instructions, sundry price listings, and informational signage.  Reviewed guest feedback, analyzed data, and informed Lodging Manager of issues or areas requiring correction.  Tracked trends in performance and conducted hospitality specific training to improve overall guest service and compliance with established standards.  Responsible for monitoring the Lodging Educational Institute training program in accordance with Air Force Lodging standards.  Worked with section supervisors to determine training needs.  Tracked courses required to maintain or earn hospitality certifications.  Oversaw and managed the in-house training program.  Oversaw small study groups or self-directed studies as needed to complete lodging courses.  Coordinated with Lodging Manager and Assistant Manager to establish and maintain budgets for staff development, incentives, and recognition items.  Ensured completion of hospitality training required for certification with AH&LA/ Educational Institute.  Coordinated with the Lodging Educational Institute to obtain training dates, materials, and instruction plans.  Ensured travel arrangements were made for individuals that would go TDY for training.  Set up training schedule, made airline and hotel reservations, assisted with transportation at TDY site and assisted with travel voucher upon completion of TDY.  Assessed the effectiveness of training standards in all areas of Lodging.  Observed and reviewed processes and performance in the workplace and adjusts training programs to address any performance shortcomings noted. 


 


Supply Clerk, NF-III                                                                                                10/06 – 06/07


Employer: USAF, Tinker AFB, Indian Hills Inn


Indian Hills Inn, Building 5604, Tinker AFB, OK 73145


40 hours/week


Supervisor: John Seabury, 405-734-5562


 


Managed expendable and nonexpendable supply equipment items for lodging services through stock control, requisitioning, delivery and inventory control.  Analyzed such factors as usage rates, inventory, seasonal demands, prices, special projects or program changes.  Determined quantities required and timely stock replenishment and rotation by use of experienced judgment, historical data, occupancy and utilization.  Established and maintained minimum stock levels of all expendable supplies and amenities to assure adequate inventory of items to prevent work stoppage.  Managed stocks of perishable items to ensure that items are used before expiration dates.  Established and maintained the appropriate security of high value and items subject to pilferage.  Maintained material safety data sheets (MSDS) on all chemical solutions stocked.  Performed pickup and delivery of supplies, amenities, and equipment at scheduled intervals to ensure an adequate stock at all work centers.  Salvaged broken or obsolete supplies and equipment according to applicable directives and policies.  Maintained an accurate accounting and reporting system for nonexpendable property and performs routine phases of property management according to established policies and procedures.  Responsible for warehousing of expendable and nonexpendable backup stocks according to generally accepted supply warehousing and safety policies and standards.  Properly sorted and/or distributed to appropriate storage area for further processing.  Maintained and cataloged files of items, description patterns, reference groups, military standards, specifications, cataloging manuals, and/or other cataloging tools providing for up-to-date information and easy retrieval without undue delays.  Ensured maintenance and preventive maintenance are performed on all warehousing equipment and tools.  Assisted the Accounting technician with various duties.  Helped balance the Defense Lodging System (DLS) reports with the balance sheet and general ledger. 


 


Air Force Reserve                                                                    September 2006 – September 2007


 


Active Duty Air Force (Services 3M031 AFSC)                       February 1998 – September 2006


 


EDUCATION:


Kansas City Kansas Community College - High School Diploma                           November 1997


 


TRAINING:


HAZCOM                                                                                                                          July 2015


Chief of Records Custodian                                                                                         January 2014


Equipment Custodian Training                                                                                     January 2014


Facility Manager                                                                                                           October 2014


 


CERTIFICATIONS:


HAZMAT Shipping and Receiving                                                                                    July 2015


Certified Housekeeping Manager                                                                             November 2011


Certified Hospitality Supervisor                                                                                        May 2011


Certified Hospitality Trainer Certification                                                                   January 2008


 


COMPUTER SKILLS:


Type 50 wpm, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Office, CorelDraw, Microsoft Access, Microsoft PowerPoint, E-mail, Internet, Service Employee Timekeeping System (SETS), Internet-Base Purchasing System (IBPS), Defense Lodging System (DLS), NAF Data Interface System (NAFDIS), Services Agency Information System (SAIS), Defense Civilian Personnel Data Systems (DCPDS), Air Force Records Information Management Systems (AFRIMS), Platinum – Inventory Control, Epicor, ADP Payroll,


 


HONOR, AWARDS AND SPECIAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS:


Employee of the Quarter:  Jul – Sep 2015


Category II Civilian of the Quarter: Oct – Dec 2009


Category II Civilian of the Quarter: Oct – Dec 2008


Quarterly Shining Star: Oct – Dec                       


2008Monthly Shining Star: Oct 2008


  


 

  • ID#: 123630
  • Location: Biloxi, MS , 39532

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