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Corey Schanel



I am an organized detail-oriented manager, able to prioritize and delegate tasks effectively to ensure timely project completion within a team environment.

Work History

Dec 2005Present

Bergen County Referee Association


Officiate at sporting events, games, or competitions, to maintain standards of play and to ensure that game rules are observed.

Dec 2011Aug 2015

Cinelli Iron and Metal


My responsibility as a weighmaster included keeping scales and peripheral equipment functional, calibrated and operated according to the rules of weights and measures authorities. Typical duties also included determining fees associated with product weights and the collection of fees. I also maintained customer relationships, managing accounts and answering questions or troubleshooting problems. I prepared and maintained official weight records and report on daily activities to the CEO.


My resposibility as a manager included setting the daily operations for the 25 men that worked in the warehouse. Set daily goals in the morning meeting.  I also went over the time sheets every week and handed them to human resources.  I was responsible for overseeing the monthly inventory. 


My responisibilty as a laborer/operator was to set up machines at the beginning of shift to ensure proper working order.  Perform testing procedures to ensure that machines work optimally during the production procedures. I also did safety checks on every machine. I created and maintained activity logs.  Machines that I operated on a daily basis was sheers, forklifts, excavators, and bucket loaders  

Oct 2015Jan 2016

Leone Electric


Make sure the daily crew are assigned with proper material.  Keep warehouse organized.  I also sent daily emails, to the owner of the company, to keep him informed.

Jun 2004Sep 2010

East Rutherford DPW

Refuse collector

Meter Reader


For working for PSEG as a meter you have to work hard and always safe.  Safety is the most important aspect of the job.  Also coming to work on time and being sufficient in your job.  Reading the meter slow and accurate is the best way for great outcomes with the company. 


Sep 2004Jun 2009


New Jersey City University

122 college credits 

Major in Criminal Justice

Minor in Mathematics 


New Jersey City University

High School Graduate

Sep 2000Jun 2004

High School Diploma

Becton Regional High School




Adult/child CPR/AEP

NSC CPR Course


Standard First Aid

NSC First Aid Course


Weighmaster certified

State of New Jersey

PSEG Wall of Fame


100 percent in Meter Resfing School

PSEG Gas Battery Test

Successfully passed the street portion of the gas battery test