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Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a receiving manager. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of receiving manager resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.3% of receiving manager resumes contained customer service as a skill. Let's find out what skills a receiving manager actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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1. Customer Service

high Demand

Customer service is the process of offering assistance to all the current and potential customers -- answering questions, fixing problems, and providing excellent service. The main goal of customer service is to build a strong relationship with the customers so that they keep coming back for more business.

Here's how Customer Service is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Honed up effective organizational and interpersonal skills essential to communicate and function within a group setting resulting in enhanced customer service.
  • Scheduled, coordinated and relocated an entire warehouse operation consisting of over 5,000 items without interrupting customer service or losing accountability.
  • Developed stronger vendor management relationships through improve communications, accountability and partnerships to improve overall in stocks and customer service.
  • Collaborated with management team, department heads, and associates in evaluating and overcoming challenges and providing quality customer service.
  • Ensured that each customer received outstanding customer service by providing a friendly environment which includes greeting and acknowledging every customer.
  • Support with customer service issues and with handling difficult situations while following store policy and maintaining customer satisfaction.
  • Supervised and assisted dock workers with unloading Supervised customer service associates Trained new employees Provided constant customer service
  • Displayed quick escalation up corporate ladder from Cashier to Customer Service Manager to Receiver to Receiving Manager.
  • Collaborate with customer service team members to give exceptional service and effectively answer customer questions.
  • Demonstrated a high degree of professionalism and drive while delivering exceptional customer service.
  • Maximized sales results through merchandising products and managing sales and customer service associates.
  • Delivered exceptional customer service by owning any problems or issues until resolution.
  • Delivered customer service commitment and achieved financial goals established for the store.
  • Developed customer service training material to increase customer satisfaction with warehouse associates.
  • Performed other miscellaneous duties assigned by shipping manager Excellent customer service skills.
  • Increased communication with customer service and manufacturing for meeting shipping requirements.
  • Provided excellent customer service by resolving issues and providing service excellence.
  • Performed scheduling management for the customer service associates and supervisors.
  • Provided customer service and received numerous associate awards and recognition.
  • Recognized and nominated numerous times for Customer Service awards

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2. Ensure Accuracy

high Demand

To ensure accuracy is to make sure that the information or data collected is accurate and correct.

Here's how Ensure Accuracy is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Utilize various inventory management systems to ensure accuracy of physical inventory.
  • Perform audits and inventory management to ensure accuracy.
  • Managed a team of 10 workers oversaw incoming shipments to ensure accuracy, completeness, and condition of merchandise being received.
  • Schedule incoming freight, ensure accuracy of the receivers and report discrepancies with freight carriers and purchasing.
  • Supervised the check-in process of the delivery and transfer trucks to ensure accuracy of paperwork and inventory.
  • Manage warehouse storage systems to ensure accuracy and accountability for over $25 million in assets.
  • Supervised incoming and outgoing shipping activities to ensure accuracy, completeness, and condition of shipments.
  • Process and inspects incoming shipments to ensure accuracy and completeness and condition of shipment.
  • Manage and support activities to ensure accuracy, completeness, and condition of shipments.
  • Examine transactions to ensure accuracy and completeness and prepare formal reports for review.
  • Cycled counted daily to ensure accuracy of computer entries versus storage locations.
  • Conducted audits to ensure accuracy of shipments.
  • Make and ensure accuracy of bank deposits.
  • Audit every load to ensure accuracy and capture any discrepancy .
  • Review and audit all customer orders to ensure accuracy prior to release to production and shipping.

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3. Purchase Orders

high Demand

Here's how Purchase Orders is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Perform receiving/shipping/returns and warehouse functions in support of the administrative accounting office to accurate purchase orders against packing slips to invoices.
  • Reconciled shipments with purchase orders, created and distributed receiving reports, and coordinated departmental payment approval process.
  • Verified all purchase orders, audit validation requirements and verification reports for accurate inventory management.
  • Prepared electronic Purchase orders and maintained adequate inventory levels accordingly with company standard operating procedures.
  • Compared purchase orders against shipping and receiving documents to verify accuracy of items received.
  • Maintained delivery records and completed receiving records for all purchase orders.
  • Reviewed all purchase orders and maintained inventory levels via procurement.
  • Prepared purchase orders, maintained manual and computerized procurement records.
  • Verify correct incoming materials according to purchase orders created.
  • Executed all purchase orders received from corporate headquarters.
  • Verified selling information through purchase orders and ticketing.
  • Prepared all purchase orders for procurement of all materials as well as keeping records of all Purchase orders and invoices received.
  • Process all purchase orders, freight bills, bills of lading and packing slips to reflect accurate amount of items received.
  • Supervised and assured the preparation of all merchandise for the selling floor, including verifying selling information through Purchase Orders.
  • Worked with vendor and buyers to ensure all orders were correct and make sure all problem purchase orders were fixed.
  • Established just-in-time delivery schedules, submitted the purchase orders and tracked the deliveries closely to ensure materials arrived as scheduled.
  • Instructed employees on how to fill out purchase orders, returned goods authorizations, and shipping and receiving forms.
  • Manage special and back orders, making sure these are being fulfilled as purchase orders are being received.
  • Trained for back-up in Accounts Payable and assisted with check runs, purchase orders and A/P entries.
  • Ensured all purchase orders placed with pricing and terms & conditions that were negotiated and agreed upon.

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4. Outgoing Shipments

high Demand

Outgoing shipments refer to packages leaving or taken out of the warehouse or a logistic facility to another destination.

Here's how Outgoing Shipments is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Establish operational procedures for verification of incoming and outgoing shipments.
  • Perform inventory transactions for incoming and outgoing shipments.
  • Ensured accuracy of documentation of outgoing shipments.
  • Received, organized all incoming/outgoing shipments.
  • Oversee all incoming and outgoing shipments, load and transport critical and or heavy components from the yard to the unit.
  • Receive and process incoming freight, safely disposed of damaged goods, scheduled incoming and outgoing shipments with carriers.
  • Accept and process incoming /outgoing shipments from distributions centers and vendors and log them into the internal tracking system.
  • Verified and maintained records on incoming and outgoing shipments to ensure the integrity of each requisition.
  • Monitored the quality, quantity, cost and efficiency of all incoming and outgoing shipments.
  • Processed, inspected, and signed for all incoming and outgoing shipments and products.
  • Verify and keep records on incoming and outgoing shipments, prepare items for shipment.
  • Examined contents and compare with manifests to verify accuracy of incoming and outgoing shipments.
  • Examined and compared record content, to verify accuracy of in and outgoing shipments.
  • Find and assemble merchandise for local outgoing shipments & for overseas ship containers.
  • Receive and count stock items, and record data of all outgoing shipments.
  • Oversee all online transactions and ensure outgoing shipments are done correctly and timely.
  • Decided how any outgoing shipments were shipped and contact any vendor when needed.
  • Verified, inspected and kept records on incoming and outgoing shipments.
  • Maintained records, tracked and recorded incoming and outgoing shipments.
  • Managed the incoming and outgoing shipments for the store.

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5. UPC

high Demand

Here's how UPC is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Performed daily store-opening operations, including disarming security system, activating UPC scanning system, and rebooting cash registers.
  • Assure compliance of procedures to maintain inventory control, assist managers in Claims and UPC.
  • Scan and verify that all incoming products meet invoice UPC product quantities.
  • Verify all quantities, description, and UPC codes.
  • Scanned UPC code for pricing and input in pricing gun, which produced labels to be attached to merchandize.
  • Verify upc, and proper item quality and quantities.
  • Enter products into inventory update vintages and upc.
  • Checked all freight for UPC numbers, keyed quantities in system .

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6. Sales Floor

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The sales floor is the area in a company or a business that is specified for retail activities or is designated as the selling area of the shop. A car showroom can be considered a sales floor, as it has cars in its display which are to be sold. A sales floor is generally crowded with sales assistants who are there to help you out while you can search and check out the products. Generally a sales floor has free access to the public and they can observe, view and get information about the product that is being sold.

Here's how Sales Floor is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Maintained store sales floor, in-store warehouse/inventory.
  • Balanced sales floor and receiving leadership responsibilities.
  • Prepared inventory and maintained areas in the stockroom and sales floor to maximize sales, profits, productivity and guest service.
  • Itemize, tag merchandise with inventory scanners, assemble categorize product, set for sales floor, process debits and markdowns.
  • Organize stockroom daily, and provide clear posted merchandise signs displaying correct location for allocation of merchandise for/from the sales floor.
  • Managed receiving associates to ensure inbound merchandise was processed and ready to move to sales floor within 24 hours of receipt.
  • Completed the receiving of new merchandise daily and processed it to be ready to go on the sales floor daily.
  • Assisted customers on the sales floor searching for requested books in a quick and courteous manner and performed cashier functions.
  • Received freight every week at Staples and was responsible for breaking down and organizing freight to put on sales floor.
  • Put away freight, organize department, help with inventory, help on sales floor and any other duties assigned.
  • Execute pack-out and pack-down with team every night to make sure sales floor and receiving floor is clear and organized.
  • Organized and arranged stock in all areas of the back stock and sales floor to comply with company standards.
  • Receive and organize merchandise for employees to tag and place on designated racks on the sales floor or warehouse.
  • Assist store manager or associate if they need some table fixtures moved around or removed off the sales floor.
  • Determined whether company will get credit for product, or if it was to be sold on sales floor.
  • Maintain accurate invoice processing while providing an accurate and comprehensive merchandise flow from the truck to the sales floor.
  • Ensured any eligible incoming freight is securely tagged and prepared all merchandise for efficient flow to the sales floor.
  • Controlled merchandise flow from the Distribution Center to the Store to the sales floor and ultimately to the customer.
  • Work with a computer database to quickly retrieve products from the backroom and deliver them to the sales floor.
  • Led team in receiving and processing heavy freight quickly and efficiently, stocking and merchandising sales floor daily.

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7. Safety Standards

high Demand

Here's how Safety Standards is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Worked closely with other department managers to maintain presentation and safety standards.
  • Worked directly with the District Operator to ensure that all executives and associates understand all procedures, policies and safety standards.
  • Issued disciplinary actions and verbal warnings to insure all company policy and safety standards were met.
  • Developed and maintained standard operating procedures to ensure OSHA and local safety standards were met.
  • Instituted and oversaw OHSA customer property and safety standards.
  • Set goals, monitored performance and safety standards.
  • Comply with all safety standards set by TSC.
  • Ensured compliance of safety standards.
  • Stacked and transported all overstock to storage areas Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Perform activities of workers supervised Adhere to the Company's safety standards and enforce safety regulations.

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8. POS

high Demand

POS is an abbreviation of "Point of Sale" which is the time and place where a customer completes a transaction. It can either be a physical shop that consists of POS terminals or a virtual shop. A POS system helps simplify the retail functions and track important sales data.

Here's how POS is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Replaced 360 POS terminals in 80 locations in the state of Washington and Idaho before purposed completion date.
  • Worked with P&L Reports, POG, POS systems to organize and track inventory.
  • Reconciled and received all invoices for both grocery store locations daily into the POS database.
  • Assisted in developing, operating, and training employees with launching Artisan POS System.
  • Assist data entry with invoicing and product entering into POS system.
  • Operate POS assisting cashiers when needed.
  • Audit inventory in accordance with POS system
  • Help maintain inventory in POS system
  • Identify prices of goods and services and calculate bills using calculators, cash registers, POS systems, or opticalscanners.
  • Promoted to training receiver and successfully trained 12 receivers during an updated POS rollout.
  • Input POs into computer to keep track of inventory.
  • Receive product into inventory via Quickbooks POS.
  • Processed all POs, RPOs, mispicks, invoices and paperwork timely and accurately.

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9. Company Standards

high Demand

Here's how Company Standards is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Turned an operationally challenged department into a dependable and completely functional operation in all aspects of company standards and expectations.
  • Managed daily operations of Receiving Department, ensuring that all procedures were consistent with company standards.
  • Processed incoming shipments according to company standards, ensuring an accurate inventory.
  • Supervised and managed general store operations in accordance with company standards.
  • Delegated responsibilities to supervisors and booksellers to improve company standards.
  • Managed and Verified all merchandise deliveries according to Company standards.
  • Processed damages through company standards while maintaining low shrink goals, trained staff to properly process store damages on the floor.
  • Executed company standards by customizing, communicating, delegating, and following up on all tasks as the business required.
  • Oversee and participated in the timely receipt and distribution of all in-coming and out-going deliveries according to company standards.
  • Ensured company standards of safety, security, proper food handling, sanitation, and productivity are achieved.
  • Delegated work assignments to office cashiers and front end cashiers and held them accountable to company standards.
  • Organized stock areas to ensure easy access of fast moving product as per company standards.
  • Monitored the unloading process and ensured all freight to be merchandised to company standards.
  • Evaluated product being produced to ensure the quality was up to company standards.
  • Manage the receiving process; verify all merchandise deliveries according to company standards.
  • Lead a team during department resets following company standards for visual merchandising.
  • Maintained cleanliness of work area and forklift safety, following company standards.
  • Managed and developed team to ensure company standards were met or exceeded.
  • Verified all customer's orders and deliveries according to Company standards.
  • Monitor employees production rates to ensure they are following company standards.

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10. Stock Shelves

high Demand

To "stock shelves" is referred as the process of putting the supplies on the shelves in the store. It is important to stock the shelves timely as empty shelves can cost a business too much.

Here's how Stock Shelves is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Check in delivery trucks and unload, stock shelves, deli, bakery, produce, liquor, and cashier.
  • Receive and catalog product, stock shelves, inventory, heavy lifting and computer data entry.
  • Help stock shelves, ring customers up, and give the best customer service.
  • Inventory merchandise when it comes in Stock shelves with inventory Unload and Load Trucks
  • Stock freight in warehouse and locate for order picking.
  • Stock shelves and rotate products and assist customers
  • Unload trucks stock shelves drive forklift
  • Oversee price changes, handle returns according to ABC law, cashier, stock shelves.
  • Stock shelves,fill orders and maintain a Automotive dealership parts warehouse.

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11. Depot

high Demand

Here's how Depot is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Supervised 3 associates in the daily operation of the Home Depot receiving department with $30 million in annual sales.
  • Selected to open new Home Depot stores including setting up fixtures and receiving department for this fast-track growth company.
  • Trained and certified by The Home Depot to handle low grade HAZMAT spills and process them for disposal.
  • Verify and process returned merchandise back to The Home Depot's centralized regional distribution center.
  • Coordinated, oversaw receipt of the opening inventory for a new Home Depot location.
  • Coordinated inventory transfers between various Home Depot store in state and nationally.
  • Receive all shipments in accordance with Home Depot policies and procedures.
  • Competed Home Depot Leadership / Management Academy Operated forklifts, compactors, man-lifts, power tools.
  • Completed Office Depot Receiving Manager course WMS Warehouse ssoftware
  • Covered other Home Depot store locations as an interim manager while They searched for their full time replacement.

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12. Inventory Levels

high Demand

Here's how Inventory Levels is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Communicate urgent inventory levels and replenishment needs during peak operating periods and situations of unusually high demand.
  • Coordinated inventory levels with 8 other departments to ensure stock levels were managed accordingly.
  • Recorded delivery of merchandise and reported discrepancies to control costs and maintain correct inventory levels
  • Controlled inventory levels by conducting physical counts and reconciled the data storage system.
  • Maintained proper inventory levels by using Excel and other windows applications.
  • Managed inventory levels, communicated expectations to vendors and paid invoices.
  • Tracked and monitored inventory levels to ensure properly stocked shelves.
  • Performed yearly audit counts to verify inventory levels.
  • Managed inventory levels and entered into database.
  • Monitor inventory levels to insure availability.
  • Coordinate vendor deliveries and inventory levels.
  • Managed inventory levels of all merchandise.
  • Monitored inventory levels and created reports.
  • Maintain clean and safe working environment Process weekly truck deliveries Manage inventory levels Process all UPS deliveries and shipments Operate cash register
  • Created system for scheduling materials for plant that streamlined ordering frequency that allowed a reduction in inventory levels by 5%.
  • Partner with Planning to ensure adequate inventory levels are achieved to meet budget as well as fulfill customer orders on time.
  • Coordinated inventory levels with 8 departments ensuring stock levels are managed, controlled effectively and reduced inventory shortage by 50%.
  • Facilitated the full cohesion between the day and night shift change to ensure optimum inventory levels for the backroom operation.
  • Prepare Receiving and Storage vaults for first of the month and quarterly physical inventories to continuously maintain accurate inventory levels.
  • Coordinated inventory levels with 13 departments and reduced inventory shortage by 37% over the course of a fiscal year.

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13. Stock Room

high Demand

A stock room is a room where a company's goods are stored. It is a room where products or materials are kept until they are needed: Less stock is kept on the shop floor and more in the stockroom.

Here's how Stock Room is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Reorganized stock room, which improved inventory tracking and stock accountability, reduced product out-of-stock situations and increased order-processing time.
  • Coordinated shipment for all store inventory and organized stock room for optimum efficiency.
  • Cleaned and maintained stock room organization for security and safety.
  • Supervised back room locators in warehousing merchandise.
  • Organized stock room to ensure timely recovery of merchandise for customer pickup, installer pickup, and return-to-vendor items.
  • Organized the stock room by processing shipment, stocking shelves, ticketing and responsible for the placement of censures.
  • Climb 12" feet ladder to maintain lights around the store also in stock room in fitting room.
  • Ensured all product was stocked and processed effectively and efficiently so that back room operations ran smoothly.
  • Assisted management with the cleanup and organization of a stock room that was overstocked by $250,000.
  • Organize the stock room and ensure that logical placement, arrangement, and cleanliness are maintained.
  • Received daily trucks and stage merchandise for overnight put away, clean & organize stock room.
  • Store items in an orderly and accessible manner in the stock room and dock areas.
  • Reduced theft and loss of inventory by organizing stock room and improving functionality of space.
  • Managed the stock room, performed data entry, and provided customer service as needed.
  • Maintained the merchandise and organized the back room of the store to maximize efficiency.
  • Keep an organized back room area and handle claims and shipments received throughout the day
  • Check in and process vendors, organizing and maintaining back stock room.
  • Transformed an ineffective disorganized stock room with high shrink through system and audit
  • Unloaded trucks maintaining an orderly and safe back room and work yard.
  • Managed a team of 8 employees within the stock room areas.

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14. Special Orders

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A special order refers to a personalized order.

Here's how Special Orders is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Processed special orders and store-to-store transfers.
  • Receipt and processing of special orders deliveries coordinating with Contract sales for delivery to various types of job sites.
  • Completed computer work on a daily routine, Made sure that special orders for customers were ordered daily.
  • Coordinate with Special Projects Manager on the timely shipping of B2B orders and special orders.
  • Managed floor activity, answering questions, placing special orders, cashier, answering phones.
  • Conducted monthly inventory of customers special orders waiting to be picked up or shipped.
  • Oversee staff members that work with customers on special orders and order receiving outlines.
  • Compiled invoices, processed special orders and supervised a crew of ten team members.
  • Monitor repairs process and special orders in the system on a timely basis.
  • Ordered merchandise based on rate of sale, customer wants and special orders.
  • Inspect all special orders and note any damaged product on bill of lading.
  • Managed receivers, oversaw general product shipments, damage reports & special orders
  • Receive and inspect stock and special order merchandise for quality and quantity.
  • Coordinated with department managers and store staff new products and special orders.
  • Field questions on requisitioned items, fees, special orders and returns.
  • Manage vendor returns, trunk show samples, and special orders.
  • Help out at front desk for special orders and customer service.
  • Answered customer inquiries about special orders placed within the store.
  • Performed several inventories, and completed special orders for customers.
  • Make special orders and managed the shrink of the store.

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15. Inventory Control

average Demand

Here's how Inventory Control is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Organized and helped set up operation, maintained inventory control and increased productivity by doubling the amounts projected.
  • Processed inbound and outbound freight for a large national office supply company Responsible for inventory control and theft monitoring
  • Operated computerized inventory control system, Trained staff to receive and process inventory using Electronic Data Interchange.
  • Supervised receiving associates, unloaded freight from corporate distribution and various vendors, and supervised inventory control associates
  • Warehouse and inventory control- Inventory replenishment- Supervising and participating in shipping and receiving- Operate forklifts, drive trucks
  • Monitored inventory stock transfers from corporate distribution center to the store assisted with inventory control.
  • Inventory control, management of accounts receivable, delivery coordination, procurement, and distribution.
  • Analyzed and scheduled daily shipment for customer requirements and adhered to all inventory control policy.
  • Managed all receiving, warehouse, and inventory control operations for large-scale retail operation.
  • Improved inventory control processes, including returns and transfers to alternate warehouse locations.
  • Communicate regularly with central distributions and / or the corporate inventory control department.
  • Maintain quality control/satisfaction records, constantly seeking new ways to improve inventory control.
  • Maintain proper inventory control by accurately receiving stock trucks and direct vendor shipments.
  • Conducted trailer audits, utilized return to vendor/manifest reports to optimize inventory controls.
  • Skilled in completing inventory control duties, developing a systematic warehouse system.
  • Organized computer tracking of electrical and plumbing parts for better inventory control.
  • Supported physical inventory controls yearly to acquire and maintain accurate figures.
  • Required to communicate with the corporate inventory control department and management.
  • Inventory control supervisor overseeing taking of store's physical inventory process.
  • Worked directly with inventory control managers to account for inventory discrepancies.

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16. Product Knowledge

average Demand

Product knowledge is the skill of having better information and knowledge about the product you are selling. Product knowledge is essential for the employees of the companies so they can communicate and inform the customers about the product. Having great product knowledge is essential for a better sales pitch and to give the customer a better and complete idea of the product that will influence him to buy the product eventually.

Here's how Product Knowledge is used in Receiving Manager jobs:
  • Train and develop new employees on policy & procedure as well as product knowledge.
  • Maintained strong product knowledge and the ability to lead and develop others.
  • Assist customers with product knowledge and promoted all store procedures.
  • Provided product knowledge to customers, up-sales to maximize profitability and customer satisfaction.
  • Maintained an excellent relationship and provided product knowledge to customers and associates.

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20 Most Common Skill For A Receiving Manager

Customer Service20.3%
Ensure Accuracy11.5%
Purchase Orders11.4%
Outgoing Shipments9.1%
UPC8.1%
Sales Floor3.8%
Safety Standards2.7%
POS2.6%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Receiving Manager

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
Customer Service
Customer Service
20.3%
20.3%
2
2
Ensure Accuracy
Ensure Accuracy
11.5%
11.5%
3
3
Purchase Orders
Purchase Orders
11.4%
11.4%
4
4
Outgoing Shipments
Outgoing Shipments
9.1%
9.1%
5
5
UPC
UPC
8.1%
8.1%
6
6
Sales Floor
Sales Floor
3.8%
3.8%
7
7
Safety Standards
Safety Standards
2.7%
2.7%
8
8
POS
POS
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Company Standards
Company Standards
2.3%
2.3%
10
10
Stock Shelves
Stock Shelves
2.2%
2.2%
11
11
Depot
Depot
2.1%
2.1%
12
12
Inventory Levels
Inventory Levels
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Stock Room
Stock Room
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Special Orders
Special Orders
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Product Knowledge
Product Knowledge
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Customer Complaints
Customer Complaints
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Outgoing Merchandise
Outgoing Merchandise
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Delivery Vehicle
Delivery Vehicle
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
Pallet Jack
Pallet Jack
1%
1%
21
21
Loss Prevention
Loss Prevention
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Computer System
Computer System
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Cycle Counts
Cycle Counts
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
RF
RF
0.5%
0.5%
26
26
Inbound Shipments
Inbound Shipments
0.5%
0.5%
27
27
Customer Orders
Customer Orders
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
Company Policies
Company Policies
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Performance Reviews
Performance Reviews
0.4%
0.4%
30
30
Warehouse Operations
Warehouse Operations
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
Store Management
Store Management
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
0.3%
0.3%
33
33
Direct Reports
Direct Reports
0.3%
0.3%
34
34
ISO
ISO
0.2%
0.2%
35
35
LTL
LTL
0.2%
0.2%
36
36
EX
EX
0.2%
0.2%
37
37
Department Heads
Department Heads
0.2%
0.2%
38
38
Storage Areas
Storage Areas
0.2%
0.2%
39
39
Raw Materials
Raw Materials
0.2%
0.2%
40
40
Hazmat
Hazmat
0.2%
0.2%
41
41
WMS
WMS
0.2%
0.2%
42
42
Management System
Management System
0.2%
0.2%
43
43
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.2%
0.2%
44
44
RTV
RTV
0.2%
0.2%
45
45
As400
As400
0.2%
0.2%
46
46
Corporate Office
Corporate Office
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
Inventory System
Inventory System
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Unload Trucks
Unload Trucks
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Fedex
Fedex
0.2%
0.2%
50
50
Stock Items
Stock Items
0.2%
0.2%

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