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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 Commercial Travel Supervisor

SUMMARY:   Top notch Commercial Travel professional with over seven years experience in receiving and storing freight; loading transporting vehicles; delivering and picking up supplies, materials, and equipment.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Great experience in warehouse operations which include responsibility for loading freight, operating forklifts, and operating a class A commercial motor vehicle to deliver supplies and equipment.
  • Remarkable working knowledge of laws and regulations pertaining to commercial vehicle operations and the trucking industry.
  • Strong knowledge of modern trucking methods and procedures.
  • Excellent ability to provide training and work direction.
  • Profound ability to prepare and adjust work schedules based on work load and delivery requirements.
  • Uncommon ability to assess circumstances for the most efficient use of staff, time and equipment; and all knowledge, skills and abilities required at the lower levels.
  • Exceptional knowledge of supervisory techniques and practices.
  • Solid ability to analyze personnel, equipment, operating and travel needs and expenses for budget preparation.
  • Exceptional ability to coordinate, review and recommend corrective action in storeroom operations.
  • Immense ability to maintain and analyze inventories; prepare budget estimates; evaluate workplace and work methods used by drivers; and prepare specifications for needed equipment.

Professional Experience

Atlantic Transport Lines Inc., Minneapolis, MN
2002 - Present

Commercial Travel Supervisor
  • Receive and store freight consisting of items such as food, office furniture, and office and janitorial supplies for use by State agencies and commodity food recipients.
  • Palletize freight; unload shipments manually or by using forklifts or pallet jacks.
  • Inspect freight for damage; verify quantity and description agree with the bill of lading; and move freight to a designated area of the warehouse for storage.
  • Prepare orders and load the delivery vehicle in preparation for shipment to consignee in accordance with established delivery schedules.
  • Review orders, pull quantity and type of stock specified, pack and palletize stock, move filled orders to staging area, and load delivery vehicle in accordance with the order in which goods will be delivered.
  • Operate various light, medium and heavy duty transporting vehicles to deliver orders and pick up materials, supplies, and equipment within a local, regional and statewide area.
  • Unload orders, load and secure items being picked up, and obtain appropriate documentation to verify delivery or receipt of goods.
  • Ensure transporting vehicles, forklifts and related equipment are maintained in proper working order through periodic visual inspection of the vehicle/equipment.
  • Review maintenance records.
  • Perform routine service and report service and repair requirements, and arrange for emergency repairs.
  • Monitor warehouse stock layout and location through visual inspection to ensure easy access, proper rotation of stock, and best utilization of space.
  • Relocate stock as necessary and conduct periodic inventories of stock.
  • In a correctional setting, function as a leadworker for an inmate crew on a regular basis and document inmate performance through completion of periodic performance reports.
  • Perform related duties as assigned.

Atlantic Transport Lines Inc., Minneapolis, MN
1998 - 2002

Intercity Bus Driver
  • Carried passengers from city to city, state to state.
  • Worked according to timetable and followed fixed routes.
  • Checked vehicle carefully, examined the tires, brakes, lights, and safety equipment.
  • Responsible for fuel, oil, and water levels.
  • Took tickets from passengers and helped them with their luggage at the start of the trip and at each stop.
  • Collected fares from passengers.
  • Supervised the unloading of freights.
  • Made small repairs while the bus was on the road.
  • Responsible for moving passengers to other buses when buses need major repairs.
  • Kept logs of work hours, miles driven, fares taken, and stops made.
  • Filed detailed reports of any accidents.

Education

High School Diploma (1998)




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