Entry Level Picker Packer Resume with No Experience

Updated December 22, 2018

There is no confusion worse than to submit a resume when you have never written one!

Whenever you are faced with such a situation, think of this – even Steve Jobs must have been in this position at some point in his life!

But see where life took him? Feel better? Great! Let’s move on!

What makes a resume worth an employer’s time?

Consistency, flow, and relevance. If you have these three in check, you are a definite winner.

Not having written a resume before probably means that your first time attempt at writing one, may not be that great. Not an issue – write it as well as you can the first time but do not send it.

Read and reread it to see what it lacks. Take a few days to ponder what changes you can make to it.

Make the changes and read and reread.

When you feel that there are no more changes that you can do, your resume is ready for the employer’s eyes! Send it in!

If you take care of what you write in the content of the resume, you will always win interviews.

And contrary to popular belief that resumes that do not sport an experience section are losers, the experience is not necessary at the entry level.

Take a look at the following resume sample to see what we mean:


Entry Level Picker Packer Resume with No Experience


William Diaz

58 Bonita Lane | Racine, WI 53402 | (000) 999-4154 | willdi @ email . com


Physically agile and ambitious professional with excellent knowledge of working in a warehouse environment. Competent in following detailed procedures to perform routine picking and packing work within a warehouse environment. A highly adaptable person who has strong communication and interpersonal skills.

Racine High School, Racine, WI – 2018
High School Diploma
• Awarded Student of the Year award, 2 years in a row of excellence in academics and sports
• Chosen as a student representative to represent the school in the annual crossword competition held at the Community Center in 2014

Pallet Jack Operator Certification


– Inventory Pulling – Shipment Finalization
– Shipment Examination – Safe Loading and Unloading
– Tagging and Labeling – Safety Rules Enforcement
– Storage Solutions – Scanning Devices Operation
– Safe Packaging – Customer Service


True Fabrication, Racine, WI | 2/2018 – 5/2018

• Comprehended orders for picking items, located them in storage areas and brought them to packing areas.
• Double-checked each item to ensure that the correct item and batch number is displayed.
• Packed pulled items in bubble wrap, Styrofoam, cartons or boxes according to provided instructions.
• Assisted warehouse workers in tagging and labeling all packed boxes with appropriate information.
• Loaded and unloaded shipments to and from delivery trucks by following safety regulations.

Excellent professional references available

About the Author

Sam Mogul, MBA (ITM & HR), is a passionate career expert with 15 years of experience in writing and reviewing resumes, cover letters, and career-related content. He founded CoverLettersAndResume in 2011 intending to help job seekers in their job search journey. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to Contact Us. Or visit our About Us page.

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