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I would like to target my resume to other such as customer service and banking and entry level hr. Even though, I have more current experience in receiving / warehouse, I believe I will advance faster. My receiving manager at Sears worked 10 years until he became a manager. Currently, I work at my mothers store as a cashier/stockier. I do have skills in office 2007 and office xp. I know there are some things wrong with my resume. Please help to strengthen my resume. Do you think it is possible to do career change? Or would i have a better chance of advancement if I stick to receiving/warehouse ((and get my forklift license)? Any comment tips would be appreciated. Objective: Experienced, dependable cashier currently looking to combine skills and expertise within a position that welcomes motivation while simultaneously offering a supportive environment. To obtain a responsible position where I can help the organization grow in value utilizing my experience, capabilities and abilities. Qualification Summary: Result-oriented cashier with more than two years of experience in merchandising and customer service and extensive knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. . Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Fast and reliable. Skills: * Proficiency in a Windows environment * Detail orientated * A genuine desire and commitment to serving customers * Problem solving and Analytical skills * Customer service oriented. * High learning agility * Strong interpersonal communication skills * Able to work in a structured work environment Education: Virginia State University Computer Engineering Jan 2009 to May 2009 High school diploma Winslow Twp HS Atco, NJ Work Experience: CVS Caremart Operated POS cash register for store. Advised customers on purchases, and merchandise on sale. Provided exceptional customer service. Developed reputation for prompt, efficient service with high level of accuracy. Maintained thorough knowledge of store merchandise to provide helpful pieces of advice to customers. Calculated total payments received during a time period, and reconciled this with total sales. Compiled and maintained non-monetary reports and records. Developed constructive and cooperative working relationships with others, and maintained them over time. January 2007- June 2008 Work Experience: Sears Promoted teamwork to deliver timely and accurate customer centric solutions Assisted in unloading delivery trucks. Assisted sales team in prompt movement and staging of customer product.Successfully completed all Shipping/Receiving associate training elements within required timeframes.Provided excellent customer service to customers.Managed the shipping and receiving process for outgoing merchandise. June 2008 - December 2008 Work Experience: Bj Warehouse Unloaded and stocked merchandise while checking the quantity and quality of the merchandise. Stocked merchandise on to shelves to remain in stock, organizing the sales floor to create a pleasant and safe shopping environment, and providing customer service as required by customer demand.n Assisted in the daily operations of the store. Receive and display merchandise from distribution center, keeping accurate records of ordering, receiving, and inventories.Provide service to customers and interact positively with co-workers, managers, and maintained high company standards. June 2008- December 2008

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