assembler resume example with 20+ years of experience

(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary
Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.
Core Qualifications
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Central GA Technical College Warner Robins, GA Expected in Commercial Driver's License (CDL) : - GPA :
Georgia Military College Warner Robins, GA Expected in Associate's Degree : Business Administration - GPA : Business Administration
Macon Technical College Macon, GA Expected in Technical or Occupational Certificate : Aircraft Structural Technology - GPA : Aircraft Structural Technology
Adhesive Bond Fast , Expected in 10/2000 Fiber Optics Course 2000 Boeing, Macon, Georgia (Specialized and AdJessicaced Training) Bklt-Filter Face PC -1.0 hours 04/2001 C-17 Seal Material & Metal-1 : - GPA :
BQMS Flowdown , Expected in 08/2000 : - GPA :
Preventing Product Substitution , Expected in 07/2000 : - GPA :
Lean Manufacturing Overview , Expected in 10/1999 C-17 Seal Material & Metal 1 : - GPA : Electronic Work Instruction User-3.0 Hours 09/1999 Forklift Safety -2.0 hours 08/1999 C-17 Seal Material & Metals-1.5 hours 07/1999 Adhesive Bond Fastener-2.0 Hours 04/1999 Bklt -Hazardous Communications -2.0 hours
Andritz - Assembler
Spartanburg, SC, United States 1992 - 02/2015
  • Gained experience working in shipping, stockroom, and building numerous aircraft parts for various sections of the C-17 aircraft.
  • Operated forklifts and overhead cranes moving C-17 parts and tools.
  • Extensive experience in production planning, shop floor control and expediting.
  • Build high quality sub-assemblies for the C-17 Globemaster III aircraft.
  • Produce the inboard and outboard skins, box, trailing edges and final assembly for flaps.
  • Produce side frames, skin panels, bulkheads and cargo floor for the C-17.
  • Ensure compliance with industrial health and safety regulations meeting all OSHA requirements.
  • Recognized for achieving no lost time accidents in over 6 years.
  • Utilize lean manufacturing principles to help increase aircraft quality and lower cost of production.
  • Maintain and utilize current knowledge in the use of flight quality sheet metal alloys, steel, fiberglass and other aircraft body and assembly parts.
  • Practice industry specific corrosion control measure to ensure continued integrity of aircraft assemblies.
  • Operate punch press, break press, band saws, drill table saws, routers, and line-o-mill machines.
  • Proficiently utilize sanders, dial calipers, height gauges, countersink stoppers, drill stops, hi-lok wrenches, ratchets, hammers, wrenches, hand shears, rivet shavers, dividers, pliers, hand files, torque wrench, drill press, high speed drills, quack motors, doler motors, dial depth gauge, rod mics, ball gauges, go-no-go gauges, dotco, 45 degree angle motor, 90 degree angle motor, cleco runner, chip chasers, alligator clamp clecos and deburring tools.
  • Sheer sheets of metal down to size for punch press.
  • Punch out parts for assembly line.
  • Perform layout and fabrication of parts for mods including drilling, riveting, sanding, crimping, joggling, and dimpling.
  • Create and install assemblies according to blueprints.
  • Lay out and mark dimensions and reference lines on material using scribe, dividers, squares and rulers.
  • Inspect work performed to ensure it is within specifications and regulations.
  • Weld, soldier, bolt, screw, clip, caulk or bond components to assemble products and parts or perform repairs.
  • Trim, buff, file, grind, debur and smooth surfaces using hand and portables power tools.
  • Realize the importance of complete and accurate inspections in the safety of aircraft maintenance principles, practices and methods.
Aersale Corporation - Sheetmetal Mechanic
Tucson, AZ, United States 06/1990 - 12/1991
  • Hours per week: 40 Utilized knowledge and skill in sheet metal mechanics to build, install, inspect, remove, repair, and replace assemblies and sub-assemblies in the C-130 aircraft.
  • Followed technical orders to perform exact modification and repair actions on various aircraft parts.
  • Performed structural inspections of aircraft and looked for and repaired cracks or damage to the skin and aircraft.
  • Repaired aircraft skin with both flush and scab patches.
  • Utilized bondo in preparation for aircraft painted.
  • Removed corrosion and made repairs caused by corrosion damage.
  • Laid out hole patterns lok bots as required.
  • Monitored tanks, read and interpreted blueprint, safely handled hazardous materials worked within confined areas, and operated a central metric machine for the repairs.
  • Repaired fuel tank sweep hole, longeron repairs on C-130 fuselage , taping and sealing of rivet squeezers, sealant guns, metal graces, shears, drill presses, hydraulic presses, forklifts and various other equipment.
  • Utilized buffing tools and chemicals to bull out scratched painted surfaces.
  • Applied professional waxes and other protective finishes to painted surfaces such as tires, rims and chromes.
  • Work with allocated time frames and met all production process goals without sacrificing quality workmanship.
Macon Feed & Seed - Customer Service Representative/Stocker
City, STATE, United States 08/1988 - 12/1990
  • Hours per week: 40 Assisted customers in the selection of lawn, garden, and feed supplies.
  • Operated cash register and provided in-store sales support.
  • Processed and packaged orders and delivered to various customers.
  • Stocked shelves with merchandise and cleaned the stockroom.
Professional Affiliations
Additional Information
  • Additional Information: Awards: Three Years of Perfect Attendance Given By McDonnell Douglas Aerospace 04/1993 to 04/1996 Other Training Hours Available Upon Request
band saws, blueprint, blueprints, C, calipers, cash register, dimensions, drill press, Fiber Optics, Forklift, forklifts, Inspect, Instruction, layout, Leadership, lean manufacturing principles, mark, materials, 2000, mill, power tools, press, Process Management, quality, read, repairs, rims, routers, Safety, sales support, shipping, table saws, Weld

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School Attended

  • Central GA Technical College
  • Georgia Military College
  • Macon Technical College
  • Adhesive Bond Fast
  • BQMS Flowdown
  • Preventing Product Substitution
  • Lean Manufacturing Overview

Job Titles Held:

  • Assembler
  • Sheetmetal Mechanic
  • Customer Service Representative/Stocker


  • Commercial Driver's License (CDL)
  • Associate's Degree
  • Technical or Occupational Certificate
  • Fiber Optics Course 2000 Boeing, Macon, Georgia (Specialized and AdJessicaced Training) Bklt-Filter Face PC -1.0 hours 04/2001 C-17 Seal Material & Metal-1
  • C-17 Seal Material & Metal 1

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