Derrick A. Jenkins, Sr.
Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
Cell Phone: 301-***-****
Objective: To achieve professional excellence as an inventory manager and achieve related qualifications and experience.
Years of experience working as an inventory specialist and manager
A good team player with good communication skills
Able to handle assignments effectively and efficiently
Ability to work extended hours at high level of efficiency
Maintenance Supply, Inc.
Duration: April 2017 – Present
Position: Inventory Management
Use RF scanning device to account for all inventory shipping, received, cycle count, physical count, returns, staging of all orders for shipping, receiving, and storage, sorting, picking, replenishing of inventory
Use various equipment and vehicles within the warehouse to store and relocate all inventory
Responsible for correcting shortages and overages
Make sure all documents are current during shipping and receiving of all incoming inventory
Load and unload inventory to check for discrepancies and accuracy of incoming and outgoing shipments
Conduct annual cycle counts of all inventory
Contact vendors to arrange deliveries and pick-ups
Email all of the daily activities and problems to Headquarters Office using data base inventory software, spreadsheets, excel, MS Office suite
Make sure all safety rules are followed at all times
Duration: May 2016 – April 2017
Position: 1st Team Staffing Service Inc. (Nordstrom’s Lead)
Trained employees to use RF scanning device to account for all inventory shipping, received, cycle count, physical count, returns, staging of all orders for shipping, receiving, and storage, sorting, picking, replenishing of inventory.
Ensured that all employees were on time and in their proper working area.
Made sure all documents were current during shipping and receiving of all incoming inventory.
Emailed all of the daily activities and problems to Headquarters Office using data base inventory software, spreadsheets, excel, MS Office suite.
Made sure all safety rules were followed at all times.
Duration: April 2015 – May 2016
Position: Lyft Driver/ Independent Contractor
Picked up passengers at prearranged locations
Arranged to pick up particular customers or groups on a regular schedule
Provided passengers with assistance entering and exiting vehicles, and helped them with any luggage
Communicated via telephone, or computer to exchange information and receive requests for passenger service
Performed routine vehicle maintenance such as regulating tire pressure and adding gasoline, oil and water
Architect of the Capitol
Duration: April 2004 – January 2015
Position: Inventory Specialist
Managed all Business Area accountable facility (plant), property, and equipment and monitored the authorization, acquisition, accounting, use, modernization, maintenance, redistribution, and disposal of equipment
Prepared reports and maintained records of work accomplishments and administrative information, as required, and coordinated the preparation, presentation and communication of work-related information to management
Performed property accountability duties to include: additions, adjustments, deletions, transfers, disposal, reporting, accountable assignments, performance of annual accountable Property, Plant and Equipment (PP&E) inventories, program management property, transfers of property, and overall inventories
Served as Business Area Automated Property System (BAAPS) point of contact and when required, acts as Business Area's interface with Business Property Automated System (BPAS) Program Management Office
Served as Business Area Accountable Property Officer (APO) and developed long range plans, policy guidance, and internal operating procedures to promote and maintain an effective property accountability program
Received delivered supplies, materials, and equipment, confirmed that delivered goods match purchase order specification of quantity, condition, model number, etc.: completed all necessary paperwork for stock items received and forwarded to supervisor
Utilized mainframe computer terminal to properly account for issue, return, and receipts of new material and associated back orders, entered essential data on all material handled, adhered to strict, accounting procedures in this regard
Drove to and from the work sites and delivered the required equipment
Conducted weekly cycle counts of inventory materials based upon computer-monitored suggested re-order listing; assisted in conducting complete physical inventory count annually
Maintained records and coordinated the periodic safety inspection of specialized equipment
Operated indoor and heavy duty outdoor forklifts, and other necessary vehicles and equipment, to properly handle materials being received, issued, stocked, and picked
Architect of the Capitol
Duration: August 1988 – April 2004
Position: Coal Unloaded/Laborer
Unloaded coal cars for the purpose of Heating and Air Conditioning
Pulled ash created by coal
Used Bull dozer, Caterpillar dozer to move coal
Used Track mobile to move coal cars, into position to be unloaded
Custodial work such as mopping, waxing, buffing floors, pickup up trash, clean restroom, cut grass, pave packing lots, on asbestos removal team, snow removal team, lead paint, abatement team
Assisted maintenance division, electrical division as support
Used forklifts gas and propane hand trucks, Arial lifts to move furniture and clean windows
Assisted inventory control by issuing shipping, receiving ordering inventory, stock inventory, and place in proper location, rotate inventory, replenish inventory, barcode, label and put into the system
Kept logs on equipment and materials submit production reports to supervisor
Reviewed invoices for procurement to ensure proper payment for inventory
Conducted inventory cycle counts and property accountable
Skills and Qualifications
Excellent proficiency with computer and manual stocktaking
Energetic and positive team player
Knowledge of modern warehousing, purchasing procedures, forms and inventory procedures
Excellent communication skills
Knowledge of record keeping
Able to remember words, pictures, numbers and procedures
Excellent ability to compare quickly and accurately the similarities and differences among sets of letters, pictures, objects, etc.
Physically fit to lift, push, pull and carry heavy objects weighing around 60 pounds
Knowledge of calculating the value of inventory
Skilled in driving various types of vehicles (Lowboy, electric palletjack, multiple forklifts, handtruck
Strict follower of traffic rules
Familiarity with all roads and routes within the state
Inventory Software and Databases
MS Office Suite
High School Diploma
Inventory Management of Personal Property
Available upon request.