1. CHRISTOPHER DUCEY
7 Anthony Wayne Rd. │ Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 908-5097│ firstname.lastname@example.org
P&L Responsibility | Warehouse Management | Project Accountability
Accomplished and resourceful operations director with strong leadership skills. Track record of successful
management of mission-critical projects. Strategic problem solver, ensuring organizational effectiveness by
identifying and implementing process improvement strategies. Strong leader, skilled at developing relationships
with internal and external stakeholders, providing required information and troubleshooting logistics issues
promptly and efficiently.
Shipping & Receiving
PR O F ESSI O N AL EX PER I EN C E
GARGUILO PRODUCE CO., Hillside, NJ May 2015 – Present
Director of Warehouse Operations & Inventory Control
Charged with responsibility of overall operations of 230 square foot warehouse with five direct reports and more
than 55 warehouse associates, and a $1.53M budget.
Spearheaded capital improvement projects, including 110 square foot building expansion, refrigerator
system, and implementation of RF WMS. Re-racked and barcoded warehouse to facilitate business needs.
Direct and manage corporate governance and regulatory compliance procedures related to inventory
Monitor inventory levels and inventory movement using computerized inventory systems.
Develop key performance indicators to measure effectiveness of inventory control operations.
PFG/ROMA FOODS, Piscataway, NJ 2010 – 2015
Director of Operations
Responsible for overall operations of 110,000 square foot warehouse with four direct reports and more than 35
warehouse associates, more than 45 delivery drivers, three fleet mechanics, and a $1.74M budget.
Launched performance-based compensation system for warehouse associates.
Spearheaded capital improvement projects, replacing freezer units, upgrading RF scanningsystem, and
replacing roof and renovating office after Hurricane Sandy.
Set and maintained safety plans for all operations, ensuring all required inspections, licensing, and
compliance issues were satisfied.
Led strategic process improvements, analyzingproductivity levels using warehouse management
system, and recommending and implementing changes.
PFG, Elizabeth, NJ 2004 – 2010
Warehouse Manager, 2008-2010
Responsible for day and night shift operations for 300,000 square foot warehouse, supervising more than 90
Maintained inventory control, coordinating accurate counts of inventory, anticipating needs, and placing
and ordering necessary items to meet seasonal needs and customer promotions.
2. CHRISTOPHER DUCEY (973) 908-5097│email@example.com
PR O F ESSI O N AL EX PER I EN C E CO N T I N UED
Coordinated efficient shipping and receiving operations, overseeing incoming and outgoing shipping
activities to ensure accuracy, completeness, and conditions of shipments.
Managed and maintained trade contractor relationships, negotiating cost-effective contracts for essential
services and support.
Inventory Control Manager, 2006-2008
Responsible for inventory and cycle counts and stock adjustments, supervising eight warehouse associates.
Provided outstanding customer support, responding quickly and diplomatically to client concerns to
ensure superior service and satisfaction.
Maintained accurate and appropriate levels of inventory to meet customer demand, monitoring possible
dead items, zero balance items, and high dollar items.
Checked inbound freight, monitoring slots for damaged products, checking slotting errors, and
Night Warehouse Manager, 2004-2006
Responsible for supervision of more than 45 night warehouse employees, ensuring proper staff orientation and
training, managing performance and resolving issues.
Coordinated order loading, significantly reducing the number of mispicks and improperly loaded items.
Implemented corporate safety programs and conducted safety meetings, reducing product damage and
SYSCO FOOD SERVICES, LLC, Jersey City, NJ 1997 – 2004
Day Warehouse Perishable and Freezer Manager
Responsible for management of day warehouse perishable and freezer staff of 25-35 unionized workers, ensuring
compliance with union and OSHA regulatory requirements. Maintained union productivity reports.
Ensured unloading and storing operations met USDA and HACCP standards. Maintained records of
shellfish harvest tags.
Managed loading for large cruise ship accounts, selecting, inspecting, and coordinating loading.
Slotted new items based on cube and daily movement, and approved or rejected items based on