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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Hardworking manufacturing and production professional experienced in assembling Electrical,Automotive,Oil & Gas, Fabrication & Inspection products. Assessed blueprints, moved materials and tested items to complete efficient work with high-quality results. Team-oriented and proficient in operating equipment such as Calipers,Computers, Gauges,Testers,Power tools and Blueprint reading. Perfect Attendance is synonymous and my culture (11yrs).

Skills
  • ICD-10 coding
  • CMS r15 administration
  • [Machine type 1] and [Machine type 2] machine operation
  • REVO 501 & 502 training
Experience
Assembler 1, 05/2008 to 08/2019
Bd (Becton, Dickinson And Company)Guaynabo, PR,
  • Formed assemblies and subassemblies using Power tools and Routers.
  • Checked parts against stock lists, blueprints and materials specifications to verify compliance with standards.
  • Smoothed surfaces to enhance alignment of parts and finishes.
  • Positioned and aligned components to complete accurate assembly work.
  • Planned and implemented well-organized assembly strategies to produce products conforming to design specifications.
  • Improved knowledge and productivity through continuous education and learning from foreman and senior assemblers.
  • Inserted and positioned materials and clamped, spliced and fitted parts using hand and power tools.
  • Lubricated and wiped machines, tools and workplace to maintain safety and cleanliness.
  • Reviewed and verified all work was in compliance with sales orders and customer requirements.
  • Proposed process improvements to increase quality and efficiency.
  • Used Blue Prints and Routers to complete component assembly with minimal supervision, meeting all anticipated project milestones.
  • Inspected finished parts and components for quality assurance and to uncover any final issues.
  • Performed and submitted first piece for inspection.
  • Assembled components with hand and power tools.
  • Adhered to strict safety measures and procedures, including enabling department to meet excellent safety rating for more than 1000 days consecutively.
  • Maintained clean work area by removing refuse and debris and organized all tools after completion of each shift.
  • Properly stored hazardous materials to avoid injuries or contamination.
  • Performed and reviewed Statistical Process Control (SPC), including data collection, charts and graphs.
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Interpreted prints, drawings and sketches.
Assembler, LEAD & Quality Technician, 07/1993 to 05/2008
L3harrisGreensboro, NC,
  • Promoted to leadership position in recognition of strong work ethic and demonstrated ability to provide exceptional customer service.
  • Provided leadership and direction for employees, supervising activities to drive productivity and efficiency.
  • Assessed, motivated and empowered team members to perform in manner that builds customer satisfaction and loyalty, leading to retention and growth.
  • Retrieved correct materials from product inventory to perform various fabrication duties.
  • Planned and implemented well-organized assembly strategies to produce products conforming to design specifications.
  • Monitored employee performance and safety, conducting retraining to correct problems and optimize productivity.
  • Assessed work for errors or compliance issues and made corrections and modifications when necessary.
  • Analyzed employee workloads to meet seasonal fluctuation needs.
  • Reviewed and verified all work was in compliance with sales orders and customer requirements.
  • Cleaned and finished sub-assemblies or assemblies using hand or power tools.
  • Maintained composure and level-headed mentality during challenging situations to best resolve situations and serve business needs.
  • Checked parts against stock lists, blueprints and materials specifications to verify compliance with standards.
  • Trained new employees on [Type] and [Type] positions to support team efficiency.
  • Proposed process improvements to increase quality and efficiency.
  • Created and maintained production schedules based on employee productivity, company needs and seasonal plans.
  • Inspected and tested final products to verify conformance to established tolerances.
  • Formed assemblies and subassemblies using [Tool] and [Tool].
  • Improved knowledge and productivity through continuous education and learning from foreman and senior assemblers.
  • Positioned and aligned components to complete accurate assembly work.
  • Tended machines during operation to monitor progress and adjust controls, maintaining optimal speeds and tension.
  • Rotated through series of [Number] different stations each [Timeframe] based on team needs.
  • Cleaned work areas following each shift by removing debris and trash and sweeping up metal parts.
  • Certified and skilled forklift operator.
  • Conducted weekly inventory, resolved discrepancies and completed paperwork to keep system accurate and current.
  • Used [Type] machinery safely and according to manufacturer instructions to prevent workplace accidents.
  • Maintained clean work area by removing refuse and debris and organized all tools after completion of each shift.
  • Inspected finished parts and components for quality assurance and to uncover any final issues.
  • Optimized [Type] project development and roll-out through in-depth technical research and analysis of risk-reward scenarios.
  • Assisted newly hired team members by explaining company procedures and safety requirements and delivered positive feedback upon job task completion.
  • Assembled complex [Type] components using [Type] equipment after careful review of all project specifications and directions.
  • Cleaned work areas regularly to keep team efficient and eliminate any safety concerns.
  • Adhered to strict safety measures and procedures, including [Type], enabling department to meet excellent safety rating for [Number] [Timeframe] consecutively.
  • Fostered positive employee relationships through effective communication, training and development coaching.
  • Completed [Task] for [Type] product assembly lines efficiently and safely.
  • Used [Skill] and [Skill] to complete component assembly with minimal supervision, meeting all anticipated project milestones.
  • Completed ongoing quality checks on [Type] products, closely following strict quality assurance guidelines.
  • Integrated process improvements to increase overall workflow.
  • Enforced adherence to company policies, answered coworkers' questions and trained new personnel.
  • Kept work flowing smoothly in and out of [Type] department by working closely with shipping, warehouse and other personnel to coordinate movements.
  • Reviewed project specifications and other documentation prior to job start to fully understand all tasks and required completion dates.
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Developed open and professional relationships with team members, enabling more effective issue resolution.
  • Promoted product quality by closely inspecting items and working with team members to correct deficiencies.
  • Packaged [Number]+ completed products per day and efficiently prepared shipments.
  • Communicated and coordinated with multiple departments to achieve top results.
  • Delivered high-quality [Type] training to meet targets for each new product launch.
  • Interpreted prints, drawings and sketches.
  • Performed and submitted first piece for inspection.
  • Completed and entered quality records, scrap reports and machine logs into database.
  • Offered constructive criticism regarding quality assurance on collections team phone calls.
  • Reviewed production specifications to properly set up and calibrate machinery.
  • Evaluated employee performance, identified areas of improvement and communicated plans to employees.
  • Quality checked [Type] components to determine conformance to specifications, disposing of any unacceptable parts.
  • Performed and reviewed Statistical Process Control (SPC), including data collection, charts and graphs.
  • Delegated daily tasks to team members to optimize team productivity.
  • Assembled components with hand and power tools.
  • Properly stored hazardous materials to avoid injuries or contamination.
Sheet Metal Fabricator, 09/1988 to 02/1989
DWAYNE FLOURNOYCity, STATE,
  • Followed Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations to promote safe work environment.
  • Referred to manuals, blueprints and drawings to obtain accurate information for sheet metal project completion.
  • Inspected each completed fabrication project to verify adherence to blueprint and procedural specifications.
  • Fabricated and altered parts with metal hammers, punches, drills and shears.
  • Performed finishes by trimming and deburring to create smooth surfaces and joints of assembled parts.
  • Used power tools to grind, sand and polish metals, plastics and wood products.
  • Operated heavy machinery to prepare metal products according to customer specifications.
  • Verified product quality by checking products for accuracy and completing necessary adjustments.
  • Earned reputation for good attendance and hard work.
Assemble, Welder, Painter, Lead, Forman , 06/1967 to 07/1987
Leslie Locke Building ProductsCity, STATE,
  • Collaborated with others to discuss new opportunities.
  • Inspected and tested final products to verify conformance to established tolerances.
  • Monitored employee performance and safety, conducting retraining to correct problems and optimize productivity.
  • Evaluated employee performance, identified areas of improvement and communicated plans to employees.
  • Analyzed employee workloads to meet seasonal fluctuation needs.
  • Formed assemblies and subassemblies using Blue Prints and Routers.
  • Tended machines during operation to monitor progress and adjust controls, maintaining optimal speeds and tension.
  • Reported to supervisors weekly regarding project progress, site problems and labor status.
  • Coordinated with internal departments to maximize operational efficiency across production and administrative areas.
  • Cleaned and finished sub-assemblies or assemblies using hand or power tools.
  • Positioned and aligned components to complete accurate assembly work.
  • Sustained safety protocols and ensured proper, cost-effective and accurate handling of equipment and materials.
  • Painted walls and other surfaces using traditional and sprayer methods and worked efficiently to complete jobs within required timeframes.
  • Operated compressors, and equipment with caution to avoid injuries and maintain tools.
  • Addressed employee and production issues to determine and implement optimal resolutions, preventing wasted resources and maintaining schedules.
  • Planned and delegated work to meet planned project and production goals.
  • Monitored paint supplies, placing orders whenever needed and properly and safely recycled old paint.
  • Inspected work sites to measure dimensions, lay out work and estimate materials for each job.
  • Analyzed job sites daily to mitigate risks for workers and visitors.
  • Set up and operated welding equipment to complete all welding projects on-time.
  • Documented daily production levels, materials use and special incidents to keep management informed of all activities.
  • Proposed process improvements to increase quality and efficiency.
  • Optimized staffing levels with strategic scheduling and task delegation.
  • Inserted and positioned materials and clamped, spliced and fitted parts using hand and power tools.
  • Recorded supplies, parts, equipment and employee work hours for every job.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Created safety guards, angle iron and square tubing.
  • Trained new employees on Policy and Safety procedure to support team efficiency.
  • Managed team member schedules and individual assignments for work crew.
  • Created and maintained production schedules based on employee productivity, company needs and seasonal plans.
  • Collaborated with other team members to meet strict project completion deadlines.
  • Checked parts against stock lists, blueprints and materials specifications to verify compliance with standards.
  • Combined welding techniques, knowledge of metallurgy and engineering requirements to produce quality work.
  • Promoted to leadership position in recognition of strong work ethic and demonstrated ability to provide exceptional customer service.
  • Improved efficiency 100% by minimizing worker downtime and Over Production.
  • Used power and hand tools safely and effectively.
  • Directed all production phases from initial estimate to final quality check and delivery.
  • Assessed job equipment daily to determine maintenance requirements.
  • Delegated daily tasks to team members to optimize team productivity.
  • Assessed, motivated and empowered team members to perform in manner that builds customer satisfaction and loyalty, leading to retention and growth.
  • Rotated through series of different stations each based on team needs.
  • Completed for product assembly lines efficiently and safely.
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Provided leadership and direction for employees, supervising activities to drive productivity and efficiency.
  • Performed and reviewed Statistical Process Control (SPC), including data collection, charts and graphs.
  • Operated airless spray equipment and motorized lifts.
  • Laid out, fitted and fabricated metal components.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1968
I.M.TERRELL - Fort Worth, TX,
GPA:
: COMPUTER DRAFTING , Expected in 06/1991
TARRANT COUNTY JR. COLLEGE - Fort Worth, TX,
GPA:
Accomplishments

Achieved a perfect attendance of 11 years without Late ,Tardy or absence from work schedule. Only mandatory and approved earned PTO time.

WEIR (11 yrs)

BEHR (13yrs)

Leslie Locke (10yrs)

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School Attended
  • I.M.TERRELL
  • TARRANT COUNTY JR. COLLEGE
Job Titles Held:
  • Assembler 1
  • Assembler, LEAD & Quality Technician
  • Sheet Metal Fabricator
  • Assemble, Welder, Painter, Lead, Forman
Degrees
  • High School Diploma

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