Lead Expeditor/Supply Analyst (Current Employee), New Boston, TX – May 27, 2015
I started with Williams 9 and a half years ago. I helped open the building and start the program. I worked my way up from ground zero and at the end of the day they dismissed me without a second thought on policy and what is actually right by your employees.
Administrative Assistant/Accounts Payable (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – September 5, 2013
Pros: great work environment.
Cons: no sick time.
Typical Day: Answering phones and handling any issues involving AP or transfer calls to appropriate personnel. Opening and distributing mail. Reconciling Parts & Service Dept.'s previous days money - checks, – more... cash, and credit cards. Reconciling cash box. Coding and processing vendor invoices for payment via Docuware system. Depositing checks and cash into the bank. Monitoring and ordering office supplies as needed.
What I Learned: I learned more about the AP field. Before this position, I dabbled in AP & AR here and there; but with this position I learned how AP works from beginning to end and it was challenging & rewarding.
Management: The branch manager was my direct supervisor, he was the best supervisor I'd ever worked for. He was easy going, honest, & fair.
Co-workers: Enjoyed working with my co-workers, especially the guys in parts and service area. Great people.
Hardest Part of the Job: Learning to adjust to lots of interruptions while reconciling money.
Most Enjoyable Part of the job: Working with my co-workers, and working with vendors via person, phone, or e-mail. – less
Manager/Lead Expeditor (Current Employee), Chambersburg, PA – September 12, 2012
Pros: perfect working hours
Cons: contract ends 6-30-2013
Normal day starts by me going over inventory and then ordering parts needed for the production line, then going over the shortage sheets and filling out reports. I then walk the prodution line to make sure my expeditors are stocking it properly and no quality issues
forklift operations (Former Employee), chambersburg pa – March 5, 2012
Pros: fun group of people to work with
W.W Williams 7-08 to 6-18-2010 laid off
I worked for W.W Williams which is contracted with Letterkenny Army Depot Chambersburg PA as a forklift operator and order picker packer I have a certificate of – more... achievement for forklift safety training. I operated a 6,000 pound forklift which I used to pick and move items on pick ticket. As a forklift operator I would make sure item as picked had no damage and that the right amount was picked before shipment to Letterkenny Army Depot. Other duties performed as follows palletizing items from one location to another. We had some station order picks which I would get off my lift and make sure stations was picked in order and correctly as these stations was important. Other duties included inventory counts which gave me more forklift experience by pulling items from shelves up to D level and stacked items with forklift in rows for straight truck driver to load. I helped with receiving items and putting away items that came in from the truck. This job consisted of making sure MSN numbers matched the order from which was counted and marked off. – less