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Path Of Progress: Hunter Nooney

March 20, 2020

Hunter started at Harbor in 2018 as an Order Selector. Through his passion of learning new things and hard work, he transitioned to his current role of Freezer/Cooler Supervisor. Hunter shared some thoughts on his path of progress during his time at Harbor.

Q: How did you make the transition from where you started to where you are now?

H: My first role at Harbor was as an Order Selector, but I was given the opportunity to work in different departments throughout the warehouse. I also went out on routes with the Drivers for a week. With the cross-training that I had received I was able to float between different departments and help out where needed.

After working for a few months I was offered the role of Order Selection Trainer. In this role I was partially responsible for the onboarding of new hires and helping them get acclimated to the flow of work in the warehouse. This position also helped me practice my leadership skills and begin to learn even more about the company. In addition to training new hires I was able to help Supervisors with some of their day-to-day tasks and learn more about what specifically went in to their job.

Management was very supportive of my desire to learn more about the company and to develop my leadership skills. The support from Operations leadership and my desire to learn more about Harbor is what allowed me to reach my current position.

Q: How long have you been with Harbor?

H: I have been with Harbor since 11/08/2018.

Q: Any advice for advancing your career at Harbor?

H: My advice for advancing your career at Harbor is to adhere to the company values of genuine, motivated, resourceful, and friendly.

Q: What roles have you held at Harbor?

H: I have been an Order Selector in various departments, an Order Selection Trainer, and my present role as the Freezer/Cooler Supervisor.

Q: What do you think is the most important quality to have to get your career started at Harbor?

H:  I think the most important quality to have is the desire to learn new things about Harbor and how it operates.