Syed Ibtehajuddin Khadri
Apt # 214, Toronto, Ontario,
Canada M1J 2J1
Mob # 416-***-****
Objective: To utilize the knowledge and skills gained through academic and professional experience as Warehouse Supervisor.
Education: Bachelor of Science, India. June 1990
Computer Skills: Microsoft Word, Excel.
Communication Skills: Good written and communication skills in English as a language expressing my ideas and executing my professional
MK Enterprise, Canada Oct 2015 to Nov 2019
Assistant Warehouse supervisor:
Meeting and exceeding customer's requirements and expectations.
Generate reports which include Daily Production, Sales/Packing/Receiving per hour, Daily Cycle Numbers, Safety Observations, etc.
Improved picking and shipping quality significantly by tracking and following up on every error made.
Improved order flow from picking, staging to loading to trucks in a constant flow manner. Getting orders out of warehouse throughout the entire shift, rather than rush at the last hour of the day.
Gathered data and established productivity standards from put away, replenishment, picking, and shipping.
Discover and develop new associates to become reliable performers both in productivity and quality of works.
Improved attendance, housekeeping and general disciplines of the entire warehouse. SOFCON, Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia Mar 2008 to Sep 2015 Project Engineer:
Supervised and monitored work of subcontractors to ensure accuracy and completion of work.
Reviewed and analysed site plans and blueprints in order to monitor and ensure compliance with plan specifications.
Controlled production costs through review and approval of time sheets, production and service invoices, delivery, and inspection sheets. Monitored and tracked costs to avoid overruns.
Resolved customer service issues and production problems during construction phase to maintain customer satisfaction.
Arranged and scheduled multiple subcontractors to meet hard deadlines and tight schedules.
Demonstrated high work ethics and quality control.
Responsibilities include management, organization, running job office, reading blue prints, scheduling contractors, and filing computer progress reports while also working within the limits and guidelines established by the mall.
Balanced the high demands from upper management and the needs of the project manager in different areas and states.
Dufferin Construction Company, Canada 2007 to Mar 2008 Quality Control Administrator:
Directed and reviewed the work of consultants by approving plans, specifications and supervising the construction activities as per the drawings, standards & specifications. Documented all the project activities and prepared all reports related to the progress of the project.
MNA Engineering Ltd., Canada 2003 to 2007
Responsibilities included site supervision, reinforcement management, and reliability and bar bending schedules, quality control of construction, material and labour. SOFCON, Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia Jan 2002 to Mar 2003 Senior Civil/Structural Engineer:
Performed comprehensive engineering design of control building, generator’s and service buildings for GOSP’s 2, 4 & 6. Additionally, generated various foundation designs for vertical vessels, pipe supports, steel platforms for heat exchangers and portable inspection buildings at refineries.
Saudi Engineering Group Int’l (SEGI), Saudi Arabia May 2000 to Dec 2001 Structural & Civil Engineer:
One of the most successful accomplishments was the design and construction of Dammam Feed Mill for ARASCO besides the several other projects, the responsibility of which was entrusted upon me. Streamlined and improvised the existing drainage system for Riyadh refinery by channeling the oil sewer, storm water and sanitary system through independent and pollution control conscious design.
Saudi Technologists Consulting Engineers (SATECH), KSA April 1995 to Mar. 2000 Civil & Structural Engineer:
Managed the construction of New Ghazlan Power Plant-II, Integration & Reinforcement of 230kV system in Northern province. Survey and installation of optimistic route for an 115kV H- Frame Wood Pole Transmission line for Hawaiyah Gas Plant. 230kV double circuit steel latticed overhead structural transmission line. This comprised of sag and tension calculations, stringing charts, OHGW and OPGW foundation designs among other design features. Falcon Constructions, India Jan 1991 to Feb 1995
Site & Structural Engineer:
Responsibilities included site supervision, reinforcement management, and reliability and bar bending schedules, quality control of construction, material and labour. Preparation of work progress reports, shop drawings and construction schedules / instructions. In addition to these, prepared estimation of bill of materials, cost analysis, planning of labour responsibilities and resources, interpreting survey reports for building and hydraulic structures etc. Professional Affiliations: SCE Saudi Council of Engineers, KSA Reference: Available on request.