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ALFONZO LATHAN, JR

866 WILLOW ST
OAKLAND, CA, 94607
alc6383a@westpost.net
510-282-1017
EDUCATION
SOLANO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
FAIRFIELD, CA
1/2010-3/2010
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Majors: INDUSTRIAL MATH, INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES,
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS, MECHANICS, WELDING, INDUSTRIAL SAFETY, AND
ELECTRICAL SAFETY.
_WILRICK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY_
_SACRAMENTO, CA_
10/2007-5/2008
Sacramento, Ca
Majors: STRUCTUAL PLAN READING, REINFORCED CONCRETE INSPECTION,
STRUCUAL MASONRY INSPECTION, STRUCTUAL STEEL AND BOLTING INSPECTION,
CONCRETE FIELD INSPECTION TECHNICIAN, AND SOILS TESTING.
WORK EXPERIENCE
6/18/10-9/18/10
CASE/TRAY PACKER OPERATOR
STROM ENGINEERING W/DUTY@
MOTTS PRODUCTION PLANT
WILLIAMSON, NY
SERVED AS A MACHINE OPERATOR ON THE SAUCE & JUICE LINE RUNNING THE
OCME MODEL CASE/TRAY PACKER. PACKER PRODUCED 6 PACK 48 OZ AND 24, 8
OUNCE PACKS. I PERFORMED ALL FIRST LEVEL OPERATOR MAINTENANCE THAT
INCLUDED REMOVAL OF DEBRIS, PROPER CLEAN OF ALL AREAS THAT MADE
CONTACT WITH PRODUCT, REQUIRED LUBRICATION OF ALL POINTS WITH MOVING
PARTS. PRODUCT WAS CONSISTENTLY MONITORED THROUGH THE ENTIRE PACK
PROCESS TO MEET QA SPECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONALLY
SERVED AS THE SAUCE AND JUICE LINE TEAM LEAD, PROVIDING REQUIRED
TRAINING TO NEW OR INCOMING PERSONNEL, AND PROVIDED BREAK AND LUNCH
RELIEF TO ALL PRODUCTION POSITIONS ON THE LINE. COMMUNICATED WITH
MANAGEMENT ON A CONSISTENT BASIS VIA RADIO ON CURRENT PRODUCTION
STATISTICS AND ISSUES RELATED TO DOWN TIME.
3/22/10-5/30/10
FILLER OPERATOR/PACKER
PEPSI BOTTLING GROUP
HAYWARD, CA PLANT
Served as a filler machine operator performing mechanical and
automated processes control of a bottle filling machine. bottles were
filled with beverage product of various flavors at a rate of up to 675
per minute. Product was tested consistently to meet established
specifications as they relate to Quality Control(I.E. ph, sugar
content, and flavor).
2/2009-12/2009
DISTRIBUTION PROCESS WORKER
DEFENSE DEPOT TRACY
TRACY, CA
Under the direction of the Dist. Proc. Supervisor, I unloaded
commercial trucks via forklift, processed the material via remote
computer systems for further shipment to Military and Civilian
activities and entities in the Pacific Rim (Japan, Hawaii, and Guam).
Processed material was loaded via forklift by the region marked from
the processing phase onto commercial seavan. Daily reports were
submitted to the supervisor revealing number of trucks unloaded, item
count of material processed, and number of seavans loaded.
MATERIALS COORDINATOR
9/2008 a" 2/2009
TELEPLAN-ROSEVILLE
8860 INDUSTRIAL AVE.
ROSEVILLE, CA
Under the direction of the Production Supervisor, I received and
processed computer components by part and serial number. Inventory
was maintained via spreadsheet and reports generated to division
management and vendors of on hand materials and up to the minute
disposition of said material.
STOREKEEPER
12/2000 - 5/2007
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY HEALTH SERVICES DEPT.
2500 ALHAMBRA AVE
MARTINEZ, CALIFORNIA 94533
Under the direction of the Supervisor of Material and Stores, I was
responsible for the supervision, planning, coordinating and
organizing daily storeroom and warehousing tasks of 7 storeroom
clerks, i.e., inspecting, re-ordering, receipt, storage, issuing and
distribution of a wide variety of medical equipment and supplies
throughout the entire western region of Contra Costa County's Health
Department. I performed and managed the automated process of
creating, editing and updating of electronic records of materials and
supplies in all warehouses throughout the county. I performed duties
such as reviewing, analyzing, and maintaining statistical data
reports relevant to material on hand as well as supply and demand
items. I initiated and prepared procurement and purchase order data
for end of the month reports of materials and supplies purchased for
upper division management. I attended weekly management briefings,
providing management storeroom activity and production statuses. I
constantly interacted with contract and commercial venders pertaining
to purchasing and allocation guidelines regarding cost efficiency of
medical material and supplies. General warehouse duties.
STOREKEEPER
11/1999 - 12/2000
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT EMERGENCY PLANNING DIVISION
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94108
I was responsible for verifying, purchasing, and maintaining all
emergency preparedness equipment and materials for more than 100
departments throughout SFO Itn'l Airport. I assisted with all
emergency response agencies on sight with preparations of
catastrophic drills such as earthquake, plane crash, and hi-jacking
reenactments. I provided management with daily activity reports and
updates of emergency supplies on hand within the airport's
storerooms. I attended weekly briefings relevant to strategic
material handling an accurate dissemination of products and supplies.
I maintained and controlled automated records of materials purchased,
received and issued. I provided management accurate account records
of supplies processed and on hand for flash emergencies. General
warehouse duties.
SKILLS:
Warehouse/Office Automation, Windows 2000, Excel Spreadsheet, Power
Point Presentation. FEDEX Manual and automated shipping/receiving
processing, UPS manual and automated shipping and receiving
processing.
Typing: 35
CERTIFICATIONS:
ICC CERTIFIED STRUCTUAL STEEL/BOLTING SPECIAL INSPECTOR
ICC CERTIFIED REINFORCED CONCRETE SPECIAL INSPECTOR
ICC CERTIFIED STRUCTUAL MASONRY SPECIAL INSPECTOR
AMERICAN CONCRETE INSTITUTE FIELD TECNICIAN GRADE 1
ICC CERTIFIED SOILS TESTER
REFERENCES:
REGINALD SUANDERS, EMREGENCY SERV, SUPV, SFO, 650-821-3929
DIXIE ALLER 9283 EAGLE SPRINGS, RSVL, CA, 95747 916-773-0651
MATT MORALES, 9274 FRANKLIN BLVD #173, SAC, CA 95738, 916-320-7667
KEN DANIELS, 201 E GRANT LINE ROAD #3, TRACY, CA 209-835-1705
TYRONE DAVIS, 1720 YOSEMITE #20, MANTECA, CA 209-740-0948
KARL EDWARDS, 9430 PINEHURST DR, ROSEVILLE, CA 916-772-0635
STANLEY COATS, 17244 IRON GATE LANE, LATHROP, CA 95330, 209-879-3117