1. Curtis Jones
23209 Harbor Seal Ct • Wildomar CA, 92595
Cell: (562) 314-8186
An innovative process oriented Management Professional with over twenty plus years experience in
Operations/Material Management. Principal strengths include logistics supply chain management; third
party warehousing; and computer based skills to include MS Office, MS Project, MRP, and ERP. Proven
initiator and strategic thinker with effective leadership, analytical, organizational, and communication
skills with expertise in:
• WMS Implementation • Inventory & Production • Materials Management
• Customer Service • Shop Floor Orders • Material Planning/Systems
• Coaching/Counseling • Lean Practices/Implementation • Program Management
• Project Management • Distribution Management • Reverse logistics
Sony Corporation of America April 1981 – February 2003
Military Training USN September 1984 – August 1988
Sony Logistics, Carson Ca. March /2003 – Present
Planner, Supply Chain Planning & Logistics Operations
• Responsible for the Inventory plan, Quality, financial management and delivery of Finish Goods
&Warehouse Supplies for Sony Corparation of America Branded Integrations (SCA-BI) and Carson
• Forecast annual and semi-annual parts based on trends.
• Responsible for directing and managing all inventory functions from, Multi-million dollar inventories,
Acting liaison between Sony Carson Logistics and Sony Corporation of America Branded Integrations,
and Sony PlayStation (SCEA).
• Small Group Activities (SGA) advisor and facilitator for quality circles program.
• Assisted in creating a WMS tailor made for SCA-BI group automation tool.
• Overhauled Order Management system by installing FIFO process
• Reduced awaiting parts inventory by 80%.
• Strengthened teamwork through empowerment and participatory management.
• Consistently achieved corporate and personal incentive objectives.
Sony Corporation of America April 1981 – Feb/2003
Warehouse Lead, Material Control Operations
Responsible for managing all daily inventory transactions in the primary & secondary warehouse
locations and all activities related to inventory control, material control, production control, and receiving
& receiving inspection to ensure that all inventory levels are accurate and that the physical inventory
matches WMS inventory system.
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· Plans layout of warehouse and other storage areas considering turnover, size, weight, efficiency and
related factors of items stored.
-Advises employees on care and preservation of items received, stored, and shipped; methods and use of
equipment in handling, storing, maintaining, and shipping stock; and related problems.
-Studies records/reports and recommends remedial actions for reported un-usable, slow moving, and
-Reviews reports for accuracy of information and compliance with established procedures and suggest
improvements or changes as necessary.
- Schedules work for kitting of production work orders.
-Schedules work for cycle counting and preparation for Physical Inventory. Reconciles results of daily
cycle counting, makes adjustments in the system, investigates and reports reasons for discrepancies.
-Traces history of items to determine reasons for discrepancies between inventory and stock control
records and recommends remedial actions to resolve discrepancies.
-Determines the need for and prepares work schedules, and expedites workflow.
-Assigns duties and examines work for exactness, neatness, and conformance to policies and procedures.
-Studies and standardizes procedures to improve efficiency of subordinates.
-Prepares monthly reports for upper management on Cycle Counting, compares and reports on Perpetual
Inventory vs. the General Ledger as well as Inventory levels and variances.
-Establishes operational procedures for activities such as verification of incoming and outgoing
shipments, handling and disposition of materials, and keeping warehouse clean and free of safety
-Inspects physical condition of warehouse and equipment. Prepares purchase requisition for repairs and
for replacement of equipment as needed.
-Confers with department heads to ensure coordination of warehouse activities with activities of other
functions such as production, sales/shipping, records control and retention, and purchasing.
-Participates in planning personnel safety and plant protection activities.
-Schedules work for normal maintenance of production equipment.
· Effectively managed 5-40 resources in accomplishing the daily tasks
Developed and implemented departmental processes and procedures to ensure targets for on-time
shipping performance for Parts and Aftermarket Accessories are met. Maintained
inventory accuracy, availability and efficiency and manages communication to cross-
functional business partners including Sales, Marketing, Production, Purchasing, Finance
and IT as necessary.
Military USN (USS Ramsey FFG-2) April 1985 – August 1988
- Assign duties were to perform PMS maintenance on power plant machinery.
- Training on proper usage of tools handling and using maintenance guides to complete daily task.
- Align various fuel , water and steam systems to light-off power plant for underway training,
- Order and store parts for Division as needed.
Supply Chain and Operations Management 1988 - Present
Military Training 1984 – 1988 (Rank Petty Officer 2nd
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Forklift Certification Training 1988 –Present
Completion of Hazardous Waste Management Compliance Workshop (Sony)
Power Point, Excel 1, 2, 3, Word
Microsoft Outlook 2010
Warehouse Maintence Systems (WMS)
DM plus WMS
Honors / Awards
Good Conduct Award (USN) (Veteran)
Service Awards (USN)
Rank Promotion awards E-1 to E-5
Perfect Attendance Awards
33 plus Years of Distinguished Service (Sony)