Inventory Control and Configuration Manager


Resume ID:





Mississauga, ON 

Postal Code:

L5B 3Y1

Employment Category:

Management & Consulting Services, Manufacturing & Distribution, Retail / Wholesale, Transportation, Trucking, Warehousing

Employment Type:

Full Time, Contractor


  • Innovative professional with 10+ years of progressive experience within Inventory Control and Configuration Management,  Loss Prevention, Operations, Warehousing, Logistics, Production, Sales, Distribution, Project Management, Audit and Quality Control, Contract Negotiations and the skills to drive business growth, capitalize on new revenue potential, and manage all aspects of daily business operations.
  • Expertise in pricing strategies, client relations and needs assessment, administration, and staff training, supervision, motivation and mentoring.
  • Quick learner, with the ability to easily grasp and put into application new ideas, concepts, methods and technologies. Dedicated, innovative and self-motivated team player/builder.
  • Exceptional leadership, organizational, oral/written communication, interpersonal, analytical, and problem resolution skills. Thrive in both independent and collaborative work environments.
  • Proficient in the use of various computer programs and applications including WMS, High Jump, SmarTerm, Syntax, JD Edwards, Crystal Report Writer, Cap Studio, Snap Tracker, HardCat, On-Trak, Vspec, and other software for inventory, design, warehousing, and database.
  • Good knowledge of SAP (ERP/PR1) and EIM, Kronos, Navision, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, ICE® software.
  • Six Sigma, Lean production, Kaizen, and 5S.


  • Suggested and implemented Replenishing Strategy Tools to improve warehouse operations;
  • Suggested and implemented Product description by “Picture + Table” combination to improve inventory accuracy reports;
  • Suggested and implemented Damage Tracking tool to improve material safety handling;
  • Suggested and implemented Trade Returns/Re-pack/Warranty Tools to improve customer service.
  • Increased Inventory Accuracy from 93.5% to 99.995% (Coca-Cola); Decreased Unidentified Losses from $650,000.00 in 2015 to $ 94,968.45 Year End final posting for 2016;
  • Increased product recovery from Indentified Losses bucket by 31% by implementing: Small Freight Monthly Claims; Consumable Goods Internal Sales; Production vs Warehouse Damages (Coca-Cola);
  • Increased by 16.67% Picking accuracy by improving Pick Path and Racking Configuration (Wolseley);
  • Increased CC Accuracy by 6.71% by implementing aging/slow and high runner location’s types (Wolseley);
  • Implemented report which reduced inventory investigation time and double handling process by 30% (Wolseley);
  • Increased storage locations by 20% by re-designing floor and racking space (Wolseley)  ;
  • Increased an average pick per hour by 14% (Wolseley);
  • Increased DC capacity by 24% (Wolseley);
  • Reduced by 90% IAR SKUs replenishing by implementing new standards for location’s type (Stanley B&D);
  • Reduced by 90% picking errors related to SKU’s UOM by setting up quality control procedures (Stanley B&D);
  • Increased by 70% picking productivity in Parts department by providing new type of storage locations, setting Max and Min replenishing tools (Stanley B&D);
  • Led Project Teams to successfully launch EIM (Coca-Cola) implementation (from Manual Operations to RF environment) with minimal impact in day-to-day operations during transition time;
  • Successfully led 6-month merging Project for two facilities (Stanley – Oakville and Black& Decker-Brockville) in order to accommodate existing stock into brand new facility in Mississauga (Stanley B&D). Provided constant coaching to all warehouse employees through 3 shifts during SAP and WMS migration;
§  Wolseley Canada’s distribution centre in Milton, Ont., has been awarded the 2014 Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Canada National Earth Award in the Light Industrial Building category.
User Info

Iryna Levina
Mississauga, Canada