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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Classification Control Clerk

SUMMARY:   Immensely cautious, reliable and resourceful Classification-Control Clerk with over six years experience classifying, for bookkeeping purposes, each item on reports, work orders, material requisitions, and invoices, noting after each item ledger account to which it is to be charged.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Exceptional knowledge of a variety of commodities used in the operations of a large, complex organization.
  • Great knowledge of City purchasing policies and procedures.
  • Exceptional knowledge of inventory control practices and procedures.
  • Uncommon knowledge of basic business data processing principles as applied to automated purchasing and inventory control record keeping systems.
  • Remarkable knowledge of basic business arithmetic; appropriate use of English grammar, spelling and punctuation.
  • Thorough knowledge of standard office practices and procedures, including filing and the operation of modern office equipment.
  • Solid knowledge of computer software applications such as database, word processing and spreadsheet programs.
  • Uncommon ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a wide variety of people, frequently in situations requiring tact and patience.
  • Immense ability to evaluate quality and price of products to judge suitability of goods and alternatives offered.
  • Strong ability to compose correct and concise business letters and memos.
Professional Experience

Department of Works, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Classification Control Clerk II
  • Prepare and process assigned purchase orders.
  • Maintain fuel records for City vehicles.
  • Purchase items necessary for inventory replenishment; identify and contact prospective vendors to obtain price and availability data.
  • Coordinate purchasing details with vendor, including pricing revisions, order cancellations, discontinued items, acceptable substitutes, delivery date revisions, and invoice discrepancies.
  • Assist Buyers with workload by purchasing assigned items.
  • Verify and monitor fuel usage from City tanks; review purchase orders and field requisitions for accuracy, completeness and conformance with City policies.
  • Generate reorder report and required requisitions; recommend and make award to most qualified vendor.
  • Combine and split orders for efficiency and economy; track slow orders and shipments; take corrective action to expedite late, incomplete or defective deliveries.
  • Audit and correct daily reports of materials issued, inventory turnover and charges to departments.
  • Track petty cash disbursements to employees and prepare pay requests; organize fiscal year end inventory procedures.
  • Research and develop sources of supply for assigned commodities; prepare billing for supplies issued to contractors and outside agencies.
  • Prepare requests for payments against blanket purchase orders or contracts and for freight bills.
  • Gather data for, compose and type various reports, business letters and memos.

Galaxy University, Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Classification Control Clerk I
  • Performed the more complex clerical and manual tasks in University storerooms in receiving, verifying, storing, issuing, and shipping various materials in accordance with established University procedures.
  • Received and unpacked shipments and verified contents against purchase orders and invoices; recorded receiving reports on all merchandise; prepared reports concerning shortages and damaged materials received.
  • Coordinated the transport and transfer of supplies and equipment from one area to another and the filling of requisitions from various departments by setting priorities and ensuring they were met.
  • Maintained outstanding order, purchase order, receiving, requisition, delivery, and shipping files.
  • Conducted special and scheduled stockroom inventories and audits of records.
  • Provided supervisor with receiving and shipping activity reports.
  • Received outgoing shipments returned for credit, exchange or repair.
  • Packed merchandise for shipping.

Education

Associate Degree in Secretariat Studies
University of New York (2000)




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