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Michael Warnock

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Objective

A supply chain and logistics specialist with +15 years’ experience in New Zealand in transport.  My strengths are transport compliance, procedures, driver safety, and training.  My military training means that I am replied upon for practical solutions required for mechanical servicing and maintenance.

Skills

Clean Drivers LicenceClass 1,2,4,F,W,T,RTraffic Controller level One
Customer FocusDrug freeAbility to Work Independently
Preventive MaintenanceLoading/ UnloadingPre/Post Trip Inspections
Payment CollectionTime managementDump Truck Experience
Refrigeration ExperienceRoute CoordinationTail Lift Operation



Work History

Aug 2016Current

Furniture Removalist

Crown New Zealand Limited
  • Prepare Load for transport
  • Route Selection 
  • Customer Service
  • Load and Unload 44ft Containers Domestic/International
Dec 2015Aug 2016

Labourer

New Zealand Labour Hire
  • Temporary contract to CLL Solutions Metal Sheet Piler
  • Operated Cheery picker as directed
  • Assisted Forman as directed
Sep 2015Dec 2015

Factory Worker

New Zealand Meat Limited
  • Production Worker
  • Cold Storage Worker
  • Meat Processor
  • Food Hygiene
  • Meat Packer
  • Load/Unload stock
  • Cleaned work areas
Oct 2013Sep 2016

Yardsman/Delivery Driver

Pyro/Acrow Ltd
  • Planning delivery schedules and routes.
  • Supervising or helping to load and unload goods on site assisting were necessary
  • Making sure loads are safely secured to current safety standards
  • Following traffic reports and changing your route if necessary
  • Completing delivery paperwork and log books.
  • Preventative maintenance, such as oil, tyre and brake checks before and after journey
  • Able to drive a diverse set of vehicles, including vans between 3.5 -7.5 tonnes.
  • Practice high quality customer care protocol and convey any complaints to the management immediately
  • Driving safely and responsibly.
  • Pickup and deliver assigned goods punctually on daily basis irrespective of road and weather conditions.
  • Picking up orders and loading vehicles.
Aug 2012Oct 2013

Delivery Driver

Bidvest, Australia
  • Able to drive a diverse set of vehicles, including vans between 3.5 -7.5 tonnes.
  • Practice high quality customer care protocol and convey any complaints to the management immediately
  • Driving safely and responsibly.
  • Pickup and deliver assigned goods punctually on daily basis irrespective of road and weather conditions
  • Carrying out vehicle maintenance inspections.
  • Picking up orders and loading vehicles.
  • Refrigeration Experience
  • Bringing faulty or damaged stock to the attention of the Managers.
  • Knowledge of using specialised snow and ice clearance equipment.  Using handheld computers and scanners to register goods.
  • Building up a relationship with customers through regular deliveries.
  • Following correct procedures with every delivery.
  • Carrying out all checks and procedures from pre-delivery to post-delivery
  • Collect money for deliveries if required
  • Maintain vehicle service, fueling and delivery records updated on respective inventories
  • Tail Lift Experience
Aug 2010Aug 2012

Youth Life Skills Instructor/Trainer

New Zealand Defence Force Youth Development Unit
  • Day to day Management of trainees and youth
  • Conduct leadership awareness programmes
  • Provision of care, health and safety
  • Exceptional ability to communicate effectively with customers and team members in a positive, constructive manner 
  • Excellent problem solving and decision making skills
  • Extended negotiation and refusal skills and ability to think critically and analytically
Feb 2009Aug 2010

Industrial Rope Access Worker/Scaffolder

Industrial Site Services Company Ltd
  • Read, interpreted and followed technical prints, drawings, and plans to create scaffolds.
  • Determined and utilized all required tools, materials and their quantities. 
  • Erected, set up, repaired and dismantled scaffolds, walkways and other similar structures. 
  • Moved equipments and materials to proper locations and used hand signals to direct cranes. 
  • Maintained work-related records and took care of tools and inventory supplies. 
  • Adhered to established safety standards and practices, as applicable.
  • Carrying out various rope access operations in industrial installations/sites, commercial buildings, civil & railway engineering projects around the North Island including: needle gunning, window cleaning, concrete/brickwork repairs, rigging and geotechnical works.
Feb 2008Aug 2009

Hospital Porter

Northland District Health Board
  • Move trolleys, furniture and equipment
  • Take meals to patients
  •  Deliver post, files and specimens within the hospital
  • Transfer clean linen from the laundry to hospital wards
  • Dispose of hazardous waste
  • Move patients to and from a wards
  • Tail Lift Experience
Feb 1988Feb 2008

First Line Supervisor, Training Instructor 

New Zealand Defence Force
  • Prepare course outlines and materials to present during training
  • Select training materials, such as textbooks and films
  • Teach classes and give lectures in person, over closed-circuit TV, or on videotape
  • Work with students individually when necessary
  • Test and evaluate student progress
  • Use weapons and equipment
  • Manage training plans; develop, update, manage curriculum and field training exercises

Certicates

Jan 2016Feb 2016

Machine Operation/Infrastructure Course

ATD Services Ltd

Excavator/Digger/Steel Drum roller /Dump Truck Operator

Traffic Controller Level One

Awards Recognitions

  • New Zealand Defence Service Medal
  • New Zealand Operational Service Medal
  • Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
  • United Nations Protection Force Medal, Bosnia
  • United Nations Transitional Administration Medal, East Timor

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