Productive and learned extensively
Relief Driver/Merchandiser/Shipper/Receiver (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 23 August 2013
The first summer I was hired to be a relief driver and I would essentially take over a independent business owners truck and continue with his route for the time that he/she was on holidays. I was in charge of all the day to day activities of running a business financially and physically. I was required to fill orders, sales, stock shelves, invoice, etc. At the end of my day I had to restock the truck and prepare for the next day. There was continuous learning involved each and every day that involved numeracy of 5 digits or more at times, bookkeeping, sales, and people involvement. The second summer that I worked I was needed more in the warehouse since the company was on strike. So, I learned the logistics side of the company and was the head of shipping and receiving. There was also quality control of a food product that was part of my daily routine. I was the go to person that was in charge of the whole ware house and its staff. I did have to report to senior management regarding certain issues but for the most part I was in charge.