Data Analyst, SQL Data Analyst, DBA
Travis L. Mills
616 Cromwell Dr. ï¿½ Spartanburg, SC 29301 ï¿½ (864) 918-4242 ï¿½ firstname.lastname@example.org
To obtain a position where my technical, computer, and management skills will be broadened and where I will be an asset to the company.
Strayer University – Greenville, SC, (Completed 12/12)
Bachelors of Science in Information Systems with a concentration in Database Management
Strayer University – Greenville, SC, (Completed 9/10)
Associate in Arts in Information Systems
Sample Course Work – Provided upon request
Exopack – Spartanburg, SC (August 2007 – present)
l Operator Tech/Machine Operator- Checked measurements of processed materials to ensure quality control. Responsible for testing materials to safeguard from possible defects and in turn entering data into Excel spreadsheet for recording and tracking purposes. Constantly maintaining appropriate quantity of materials for effective production to guarantee continuous and fast-paced fabrication throughout entire shift. Trained newly hired employees as I am cross-trained myself with the ability and qualification to function in multiple roles.
Michelin – Laurens, SC (October 2006 – July 2007)
l Order Processor- Responsible for shipping and receiving of all Michelin Tire products. Certified in operating Stand-up and Sit-down forklifts. Ensured the quality and quantity of products being shipped by completing necessary quality/quantity measurement tests. Met all daily, weekly, and monthly order targets.
Adidas – Spartanburg, SC (November 2004 – September 2006)
- Order Processor- Responsible for the receiving of multiple large bulk orders to be processed for shipping. Completed each order by personally picking the order as well as guaranteeing the proper shipping of each order to its destination. Certified in operating Stand-up and Sit-down forklifts.
Wal-Mart Supercenter – Spartanburg, SC (June 2003 – October 2004)
- Stocker – Consistently warranted excellent internal and external customer service by assisting with merchandise handling. Maintained proper levels of products to guarantee availability, as well as controlled flow of carts to ensure that they were easily assessable.
References available upon request