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VERONICA J.

NAYLOR
1810 Dorchester Dr. ▪ Albany, GA 31721 ▪ 229.439.7812 (h) ▪ 229.886.6366 (c) ▪ vjyukon@yahoo.com

HUMAN RESOURCE TECHNICIAN / SUPERVISOR / TRAINER / MACHINE OPERATOR


Successful experience in understanding human resources expectations and profitability
Focus: Work & Development Plans – Guidelines & Procedures –Quality Products – Reliability Leader

20 Years of Successful Experience in Human Relations, Customer Service, Machine Operator,


Quality Leader, Quality Assurance and Team Trainer

CORE STRENGTHS

Communication (verbal & written) & Interpersonal Skills Self-development and Empowerment
Documents & Data Control Safety Leader
Performed Pay Systems Guidelines Customer Service/Relations
Time Management – deadline sensitive Team Training

 Computer Skills: Windows, MS Office Word and Internet

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

PROCTOR & GAMBLE November 1989 - Present


Process Technician – Quality Assurance June 2005 - Present
• Perform a variety of tests to ensure good quality product being produced by nine Bounty Lines to
include three samples check of emboss which measures thickness of imprints.
• Check decorations, perforations and plybond for approved inspection

Machine Operator November 1989 – June 2005


• Proudly served as Safety Leader, Quality Leader, Team Trainer, Back-up Reliability Leader and
Mart Tech which successfully accomplishing a variety of expectations as required.
• Unwind stand operator thread line to convert 1200lb paper into consumer size Bounty Paper
Towel.
• Specialized in sustaining above average performance with Embossed Lamination a glue
applicator to hold splices together.
• Achieved a very high success rate of managing Wind Operator to wind paper on core paper
counting the sheets for appropriate skew.
• Successfully performed task as Wrapper Operator which put poly around roll of paper for
security of roll in preparation of transportation to the case packer.

Human Resource Technician


• Performed pay system guidelines.
• Established work and development plans.
• Managed high performance work system.
• Stayed abreast and enforced disciplinary action process.
• Enforced site guidelines and/or fundamentals.
• Implemented established site business staffing system.
• Followed all company policies, procedures and protocol.

PLAINS NURSING CENTER June 1986 – November


1989
Food Service Manager
• Managed two shifts for dietary department.
• Held accountable for staffing, scheduling, inventory and adhering to health and safety codes and
regulations.
• Kept the Program Director updated monthly to ensure expectations were being met
• Established and allowed for quarterly team review of giving and receiving feedback to ensure
open communication to guarantee work and development would be above par for annual
evaluation to drive raises and promotions.
• Strategically planned menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and weekly adhering to the
department budget and in compliance with food health department
• Displayed creativity with new menus and orders

EDUCATION & TRAINING

Darton College, Albany Georgia May 19xx


Continuous Education in Real Estate and Business

Albany Technical College, Albany, Georgia May 19xx


Culinary Arts Food Service Management

Sumter County Comprehensive High School, Americus, Georgia 1980 - 1984

References furnished upon request

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