Rhonda Fisher

Work Experience

  • Safeway

    2006-2014 | Receiving/Inventory Manager

     Merchandise manager, planner, buyer, inventory control, implemented 5-S standards. Decreased inventory by 48%, maximized space organization workflow process.  Cash reconciliation - implemented 3 daily audits for accountability accuracy decrease cash shrink to $0.00 loss, achieved revenue goals by 107%.  Safety coordinator-implemented safety teams with weekly task and training presentation of awareness, HR, time & attendance; Kronos app.  Risk management and Security with sting operation on check cashing fraud.  Shrink tracking, reduction from 78,000 to 15,000, increase sales by 24% with customer service, trend orders, and displays, Knowledge of OSHA regulation, and union laws.

  • HH Technology

    2014-2014 | Buyer 2

     Vendor management, part sourcing, purchase orders.  Decreased inventory shortage, by implementation of weekly tracking and delivery of projected 2 week supply of sheet metal with a 30 day projection on a weekly plan update.  Inventory balance, procurement planning, cost analyst, part research, investigation of shortage, create new quality process to track shortages with why factor, implemented plan.  Trend sourcing, request new samples, paint samples, sourced cost effective custom cable assemblies, and metals. Cost savings of 5% decrease on new supplier with shorter lead-time.

  • Valeant-Solta Medical

    2015-2016 | Materials Data Analyst

     Inventory, Analyze/Maintain part data with-in ERP/MRP/AGILE systems of 17,000 parts. Docusign, and Microsoft invoicing, account research, and investigation of match exceptions along with PeopleSoft, and Omnify.  Identify and recommend improvements to database, facilitate the information needs of the supply chain, production, quality assurance, and logistics departments.  851 Vendors with data management, research, and communication with document control upkeep.  Create quality plans, process, implementation, asset protection, audit, risk management, inventory control, quality assurance, asset analysis, and training.  Part data upkeep, lead-time, safety stock, cost, certification tracking, regulatory analysis, environmental documents, Conflict Minerals, RoHs, ISO9001, ISO13485

  • Cisco Systems

    2016-2016 | Environmental Regulations Analyst-Legal Affairs

    • Provided government regulatory analysis on key issues such as: recycling, product materials, Weee, e-waste, batteries, packaging, energy efficiency and eco-design to align internal activities with external drivers • Prioritize, maintain and communicate global product environmental regulatory road-maps for Functional groups • Apply my experience and knowledge to maintain efficient, effective strategies for tracking external regulatory/market initiatives, communicating business requirements to our functional teams and validating compliance. • Develop and maintain Environmental Affairs internal web presence, utilizing MS Excel & SQL from data. • While having lots of fun in the process with my team members. v • Very well diverse in time managements work life balance. • Consistently gaining new knowledge, with government regulations worldwide, with analysis summary.

  • Albertson

    2nd Operations Manager

     Managed store operations, which included 135 employees and 10 sub-stations  Weekly sales projection 300,000-650,000 with a 1.04 wage reports, decrease back room inventory from 165,000 to 48000 with 15% shrink factor.  Vendor invoicing audits, asset protection, audit, risk management, inventory control, quality assurance, lead to a decrease in over payment of an average of 8,000 per week to $0.00 dollars lost by scan accuracy accountability.  Human Resource with employee scheduling, evaluations, training, coaching, Kronos; time & attendance and conflict resolutions.  Compliance and implementation of Policies, Procedures, Lean and Six Sigma concepts.