123 Elm Street, Miami, FL 33183, Phone: (305) 801-5423, firstname.lastname@example.org
QUALIFIED DISTRIBUTION CENTER (DC) MANAGER:
Highly skilled and results-oriented professional with
demonstrated success in logistics management within large
distribution centers (DCs).
ABC Company, Miami, FL -- 11/20xx - Present
Distribution Center Manager
Direct all aspects of operations for a 190,000 sq ft
distribution center with a 37-person staff and a $3.3 million
budget. Manage the project for the successful implementation of
the Warehouse Management System. Coordinate resources and
configure the database system. Develop project plans and test
scripts and perform testing. Create system documentation for all
processes and implement detailed training plans. Devise in-house
activity reporting tools to track and report accuracy and
productivity in detail on all functional areas of the CDC.
Utilized new WMS to extend order cutoff
times for branches, allowing for additional next-day orders
availability and extended service hours for customer pickup.
Processed 8.8 million units annually while
managing 10,500 SKUs, ensuring appropriate product was sent
to 24 wholesale distribution locations.
Instituted highly effective employee
safety and training programs, resulting in a company record
of no time lost injuries for 545 days.
Developed a new hire program that assisted
supervisors in the process of employee selection, which
shortened the learning curve and resulted in longer
retention of new hires.
Created a training manual for supervisors
and new employees.
BCD Corporation, Miami, FL -- 06/20xx - 12/20xx
Distribution Center Manager
Managed all aspects of a 240,000 sq ft
distribution center; serving 142 company-owned stores in five
markets. Directed a staff of 100+ employees, included three
managers and five supervisors.
Lowered distribution operating expenses by
$684,000 / 11.1% within first year of hire.
Developed and implemented production
standards for all inbound and outbound departments;
resulting in a decrease of total cost per piece, from $0.21
Reduced overtime in all departments from
11.8% to less than 1.5% of hours worked while simultaneously
lowering the total number of employees from 148 to 100.
Improved the employee retention rate by
20% through the implementation of employee recognition
programs and by creating a pleasant and professional work
EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
Advanced Logistics and Supply School
Army Institute for Professional Development Program
Primary Leadership and Development / Larson Barracks
United States Army Quartermaster School
Manhattan Warehouse Management Systems (WMS), 2004R1 AS400 Series I
Microsoft Office Suite: Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint, and Project
Adobe Acrobat, Lotus Notes, and Lotus 1-2-3; Web-based Server Administration