Today’s workplace demands a little more from the people working there. The importance of skills in a resume cannot be emphasized enough. There is a lot that you can do to make yourself look like someone who the employer has been dreaming of hiring for a long time. The 21st century workplace is nothing short of being a horror when it comes to employment. So many people and such few opportunities. It stands to reason that only the very best will be hired at typically any position. And to show that you are the best, you have to be vocal about your skills.
The best part of writing your skills in a resume is that you may simply be judged on them – solely. And if you have been eloquent about them, the rest of the resume may not even matter. Of course, we do not suggest that you do not pay attention to the rest of the resume – this was just in a manner of saying, to point out the importance of the skills section in a resume.
Employees of today need a huge list of skills to their name if they want to succeed at the workplace. While specific skills of an individual can only be charted out according to the actual work that they are required to perform, there are some that are common to all positions, such as communication and interpersonal abilities. If you are looking for specifics, here is a list of skills for an inventory control specialist:
• Hands-on experience in managing both incoming and outgoing shipments according to set warehouse and inventory rules
• First-hand experience in creating, developing and implementing core inventory procedures to meet the individual needs of specific environments
• Deeply familiar with creating and maintaining storage spaces for incoming shipments and ensuring that location information is properly included
• Exceptionally well-versed in inspecting loading operations to ensure compliance with shipment specifications
• Proven record of effectively monitoring vendor shipping performance and apply chargebacks for non-compliance shipping and receiving standards
• Highly skilled in maintaining receiving, warehousing and distribution operations by initiating, coordinating and enforcing program and operational policies and procedures
• Competent in controlling inventory levels by conducting physical counts and maintaining records of all inventory and stock within the warehouse
• Adept at maintaining the physical condition of the warehouse by coordinating cleaning and maintenance activities
• Proficient in creating and implementing core safety procedures to ensure employee and workplace safety