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Warehouse Worker Sample Resume

Warehouse Workers play a key role in receiving, storing, documenting, and delivering materials within the company. Additionally, they fulfill and ship orders to customers.

Typical activities include:

  • Prepare orders by processing requests and supply orders; pulling materials; packing boxes; placing orders in delivery area
  • Maintain inventory controls by collecting stock location orders and printing requests.
  • Maintain quality service by following organization standards
  • Maintain safe and clean work environment by keeping shelves, pallet area, and workstations neat; maintaining clean shipping supply area; complying with procedures, rules, and regulations

Warehouse Worker Resume Tips:

  • Elaborate on the type of the industrial warehouse that you have been experienced in
  • Mention about the additional supervisory roles undertaken by you, if any
  • Highlight the special certification courses that you may have undertaken

Warehouse Worker Salary:

As per U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for Warehouse Worker was $22,970 in 2012


Theodore Martin

Skilled Warehouse Staff
Phone: 404-521-2739
Address: 135 Auburn Avenue
Atlanta, Georgia-30303

Extremely adept and dependable General Warehouse Worker with an impressive history of customer service. Especially proficient at repairing electrical system failures.


McCarthy Constructions, Atlanta

General Warehouse Worker

July 2013 to Present
  • Responsible for receiving orders, unloading deliveries and subsequently storing them in the warehouse.
  • In-charge of the quality-control of goods and deliverables in the warehouse and ensuring that only undamaged products are sent out.
  • Responsible for maintaining a ledger for the exchange of materials in and out of the warehouse and reporting them on a daily basis to the warehouse manager.
  • Adept at the usage of scanners and bar code readers and employ them for an efficient inventory control in the warehouse.
  • Responsible for maintaining a safe and clean work environment by keeping shelves and workstations neat, and complying with safety procedures, rules and warehouse maintenance regulations.
  • Responsible for inculcating a team spirit and organizing team-building activities on a monthly basis.

PCL Construction Enterprises, Inc., Denver

Junior Warehouse Worker

August 2011 to July 2013
  • Trained at measuring Romex wire and spooled wire for electrical systems.
  • Maintained accurate documentation of the factory equipment.
  • Trained at checking goods inventory and tallying it against the availability for different projects.
  • Transported light equipment loads manually.
  • Learnt the operation of forklifts for transporting manufacturing materials.
  • Responsible for keeping a record of the date and time of order placement from the pick-tickets for items on a regular basis.
  • Ensured that the correct labels are on all stored pallets.
  • Stacked carboard boxes and pallets.
  • Increased technical know-how by attending educational workshops.


St. Thomas High School

High School Diploma

2009 to 2011

CGPA: 3.1/4.0


WERC Warehouse Assessment and Certification

Warehousing Education and Research Council

March 2011

Forklift Operator Certification

Milwaukee Achiever

August 2010

Warehouse Worker Applied Certificate

School of Transportation

June 2010

Specialization in Warehouse Equipment and Uses, Fire Safety and Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System.

Warehouse Worker Certificate

Milwaukee Achiever

May 2010

Additional Skills

  • Able to lift loads over 50lbs
  • Good physical dexterity
  • Adept at using the RF scanner
  • Great communication skills
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