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Quality Assurance Manager

August 29, 2012

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Tammy D. Dooley

*** ********* ****

Sylvester GA 31791

229-***-**** (Cell)

Objective: To obtain a position with a company offering opportunity for

advancement based on ability, achievement and results.


6/2011-Presently: Shoe Show Albany GA

I am currently the Manager at the East Oglethorpe location. I manage

the day to day operations of the store and six employees. I am on the front

line to ensure customer satisfaction and that customer courtesy is

priority. I prepare payroll, I handle any loss prevention. I handle any

employee issues that can be handled at store level. I am responsible for

stock room records of items in the stockroom, ensuring incoming counts to

verify receipt of materials. I organize all incoming on shelves by style,

size and type of materials, for easy identification and to minimize time

off the floor. I do periodic inventory of stock to ensure records are

correct. I examine all incoming freight for quality and accuracy and enter

receipts in computer records. I also pull stock to fill transfer orders,

prepare as requested and ship as requested on transfer orders.

9/09-2/2010: Select Staffing ( Tupelo Cooper Tire) Tupelo MS

I was the Department Manager for the Bead Area. I was over the day to

day operations. Kept track of Sixty-four employees and maintained

communication between the staffing company and the Host Company( Cooper

Tire) to insure that all production demands were made. Entered daily

production information to ensure quota's were being met and maintained for

bonus information. Distributed supplies to employees and maintained records

for the company. Responsible for periodic examination of materials to

ensure that all materials were built to conformance to specifications.

1/96 - 9-2009: Cooper Tire and Rubber Co., Albany, GA

I was the Floor Leader in the Bead & Bias Area for a period of eight

years. My job consists of schedule the day to day operations for the

machines and Twenty operators in the area; constant communication between

areas' to keep the material and production flow at the necessary levels.

In addition, I am responsible for the all employee related information in

files; handling employee issues and making sure that all information is

passed to the next level if the issues are beyond my job requirements.

This includes, but is not limited to handling of employee timecards to

ensure accuracy and submission to payroll.

Prior positions include Machine Operator/Temporary Leader and Machine

Operator in the Bead Area. I have also worked on various teams inside the

plant, i.e., "lean projects" and have worked in other areas such as a

Restriction Handling Area designated the Customer Returns; and a project

for Identification of materials in a designated area. Worked in the factory

store room, which consisted of issued equipment, materials, supplies such

as tools, maintained stock records of items in stockroom; counted and

sorted incoming articles and verified receipt, examined to verify quality.

Stored items in bins, shelves and on the floor, according to

identifying information such as style, size and type of material; did pulls

of stock as requisition articles to fill incoming orders. Distributed

stock among production workers keeping track of records and materials.

During my tenure at Cooper I had 5 years of perfect attendance.

11/88 - 12/95: Queen Carpet, Tifton, GA

My last position at Queen Carpet was a Quality Control Coordinator.

Duties consisted of performing laboratory testing on all incoming fibers;

patrolling departments for potential quality problems; and randomly

checking finished products for quality problems. Checking to ensure

materials made were made according to specifications required by the

company quality assurance team. Compiled reports on quality checks to

maintain records required by the company for quality assurance protocol.

Previous positions within the company included Training Instructor in

the Heatset Department, which handled area new hires from first day until

they were trained machine operators and my initial position as a Machine


8/87 - 11/88: J. P. Stevens, Tifton, GA

At J. P. Stevens I was a Machine Operator. I left due to a company

closing at the Tifton Division Yarn Mill.

1984-1985: I worked as Cashier/Floor person for Roses' Department Store in

Tifton GA. I worked part-time while going to school.

Education: Diploma, Tift High School, Tifton, GA

Additional: Working knowledge of Computers and Office Practices. During

the lapse of time from Select Staffing until Shoe Show I attended Albany

Technical College, and was accepted into the Nursing program. 4.0 GPA.

Excellent references and recommendations available upon request.

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