Randy L. Warren
Summary of skills
*Operations / management *Commercial Projects *Inventory control *Logistics *Warehouse designs *P & L knowledge *Training *DOT *Customer Service / sales *Material Claims *Navision, Axapta, SPS *OSHA
Stone Boutique, Dallas, Texas
Operations/Warehouse Mgr. (2018-2019)
Scheduled all inbound containers
Inspected all materials received for quality and reported any issues to owner
Scheduled all outbound deliveries
Maintained high inventory accuracy by completing cycle counts.
Knowledge of DOT and OSHA guidelines
Reorganized warehouse to accomplish company goals.
Responsible for hiring, training all new warehouse staff
Levantina, Dallas, Texas
Operations/Warehouse Mgr. (2010-2018)
Maintained inventory control resulting in excellent inventories and audits
Scheduling of all intercompany transfers between 5 locations and all inbound containers
Scheduling of all regional deliveries (6 states, 7 sales reps)
Developed and implemented commercial cut size projects with first-year sales at 1 million dollars
Developed operational procedures for the company and currently oversee all operations in our Austin location
Assisted in development of new facility and designed warehouse layout to accomplish company’s goals and objectives
Responsible for company truck leases (new trucks or renewals)
Hiring and training of all warehouse staff
Oversee all forklift and crane maintenance to assure within Osha guidelines
Familiar with DOT regulations and the new ELD monitoring
Assist in material claims from oversea suppliers and third-party companies
Assist retail customers in selecting materials for their homes
Reviewed monthly P&L statements to maintain or reduce operational costs. Approve all billing costs.
Dal-Tile, Dallas, Texas
Administrative Manager (2002-2008)
Trained all customer service staff on procedures and policies for auditing purposes
Training of all warehouse staff on material handling within Osha policies
Worked with drivers to ensure they were following DOT regulations
Responsible for maintaining overhead cranes, forklifts and delivery trucks
Issued purchase orders to outside vendors
Maintained and approved all invoices for AP
Approving American Express billings and balanced statements
Responsible for intercompany transfers using outside brokers
Assisted in inventory control bringing our location from an unsatisfactory audit to satisfactory in 6 months.
Traveled to other locations to train and develop employees on material handling and safety
Assisted in layout of new warehouses and moved locations into new facilities
Trained Mohawk safety department on proper truck loading, securing of material and unloading for a Mohawk safety video to be used to train drivers and employees.
International Marble & Granite, Denver, Colorado
Logistics Manager (1999 – 2002)
Responsible for tracking all containers from overseas for 5 different locations
Approved invoices for payment to release containers and assure prompt delivery to warehouses
Managed stock transfers between 4 different locations (Approx. 25 per month)
Worked with logistics company’s scheduling pickups, routing and delivery times
Assisted in keeping inventory levels balanced between locations based on sales
Worked with LTL companies acquiring discounts and freight claims to assure company savings
Approved all freight billing for all locations
Maintained DOT program to the highest level making sure all locations were in compliance.
Warehouse Operations Manager (2001-2002)
Developed and implemented company operations manual to maintain standards and consistency between 5 locations
Trained warehouse managers and staff on sight to assure proper material handling was followed as well as OSHA policies and safety
Trained customer service staff on paperwork to ensure policies and procedures were being followed properly for all locations
Evaluated inventory cycle counts and assisted locations with inventory discrepancies
Supervised physical inventories
Responsible for purchasing forklifts, delivery vehicles, racking, lighting, etc.
Involved in quotes for special projects and repairs or upgrades to building.
I began as a manager of one warehouse and grew into two warehouses with seven customer service employees and twenty warehouse personnel. I was responsible for maintaining 5+ million-dollar inventory. I implemented cycle counts which made inventory more accurate. My last inventory came out with a variance of less than one half of one percent. I instituted policies in the warehouses that were beneficial to the company as well as our customers.
Salmon High School, Slidell, La.
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