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Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Summary

Lively Assembly Technician dedicated to planning and implementing the assembly process by paying special attention to quality standards. Strengths include parts construction, materials assembly and quality control. Great manual dexterity and sound knowledge of the production process.

Safety-conscious Line Technician adjusts assembly line equipment using tools or software. Committed to keeping the assembly area clean and safe. Proficient in performing complex and advanced fiber optic assembling.

Organized and motivated employee eager to apply time management and organizational skills in various environments. Seeking entry-level opportunities to expand skills while facilitating company growth.

Skills
  • Product Quality Control
  • Equipment and Machine Troubleshooting
  • Quality Assurance Checks
  • Assembly Processes
  • Machinery Maintenance
  • Following Procedures and Protocols
  • Teamwork and Collaboration
  • Product Packaging
  • Heavy Lifting
  • Safe Equipment Operations
  • Quality Assurance
  • Line Work
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Configuration and Changeovers
  • Problem-Solving
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Component Assembly
  • Measurement and Calibration
  • Employee Training
  • Report Preparation
  • Testing Procedures
  • Skilled at Maintaining Records
  • Equipment Operation
  • Knowledge of Production Processes
  • Safety Understanding
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Production Scheduling
  • Experience Working Assembly Line
  • Inventory Management
  • Maintenance and Light Repair
  • [English] Fluency
  • Mechanically Inclined
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Workspace Organization
  • Time Management
  • Labeling Boxes
  • Forklift Operations
  • Instructions Adherence
  • Issue Resolution
  • Small Parts Assembly
  • Project Documentation
  • Gluing and Taping
  • Display Assembly
  • Testing and Troubleshooting
  • Attention to Detail
Experience
02/2010 to 05/2013
Assembly Technician Christie Digital Cypress, CA,
  • Maintained neat, organized and clean work areas to avoid safety concerns or production delays.
  • Maintained clean workstation, equipment and text fixtures in safe condition.
  • Conducted visual inspections and checked for product defects.
  • Operated air, manual and hydraulic tools to put together and align assemblies.
  • Kept eye on material levels, counted supplies and restocked components to maintain production.
  • Operates equipment safely and checked regularly for operational issues.
  • Referenced blueprints, specifications and work orders to assemble and install products to quality requirements.
  • Leveraged equipment and gauges to complete final inspection of assembled components.
  • Executed data-gathering transactions to facilitate assembly progression.
  • Supported continuous product flow within manufacturing process by training, coaching and assisting other employees.
  • Used precision measuring instruments to accomplish assembly assignments.
  • Completed component assembly with minimal supervision to meet deadlines.
  • Formed assemblies and subassemblies using basic and advanced tools.
  • Worked at fast and steady pace to meet production goals.
  • Kept workstation organized and orderly, making sure production parts, tools, test equipment and documentation were properly stored and maintained.
  • Followed safety procedures while working in noisy and dusty environments to operate machines and tools.
  • Performed visual final inspections and documentation prior to assembly, resulting in 100% quality of products.
  • Followed safety and quality requirements every day.
  • Completed accurate assembly work by positioning and aligning components.
  • Used hand and power tools to assemble products.
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Processed written and verbal instructions, prints and work orders.
  • Inspected finished parts and components to enforce QA standards and uncover defects prior to packaging.
  • Assisted newly hired team members by explaining company procedures and safety requirements.
  • Inspected and tested final products to verify conformance to established tolerances.
  • Maximized efficiency to save time and reduce waste.
  • Read tape measures, drawings, diagrams and specifications for correct assembly.
  • Prepared products for shipment by packing, labeling and stacking boxes.
  • Documented actions by completing production and quality forms.
  • Completed daily logs and submitted reports on production activities.
  • Removed physical refuse and debris and organized tools to maintain safe work environment.
  • Utilized templates and read measurements to position parts and subassemblies.
  • Performed visual and mechanical quality verifications to meet customer specifications.
  • Used templates and drawings to complete product according to specifications.
  • Monitored processes, reporting abnormalities to management team.
  • Operated precision tools and equipment to perform dimensions without error.
  • Sorted and placed materials or items on racks, shelves or in bins according to predetermined sequence.
  • Kept accurate and correct records to inform management of low supply or damaged items.
  • Suggested operational modifications to improve quality and production times and reduce costs.
  • Utilized equipment to create and detect faulty products with minimal failures.
  • Rotated through series of different stations based on team needs.
  • Conducted thorough quality checks to verify conformance to specifications.
  • Assembled complex components after careful review of project specifications and directions.
  • Implemented performance, quality and efficiency measures to achieve aggressive production goals.
03/2003 to 08/2007
Universal Utility Operator /Machine Operator General Motors San Antonio, TX,
  • Set up machines for various jobs to maintain compliance with manufacturing thresholds and waste reduction initiatives.
  • Detected work-piece defects and machine malfunctions, maintaining apparatus to prevent future issues.
  • Lubricated parts and performed minor maintenance to improve machine function.
  • Documented daily production data and submitted accurate time logs to keep management up-to-date.
  • Placed finished products on skids and wrapped and transported to warehouse with forklift.
  • Prepared machine for production processes by equipping with required tools and parts.
  • Conducted preventable maintenance on process line and quickly resolved production problems to minimize downtime.
  • Completed written reports of problems and necessary repairs to forward to management and maintenance personnel.
  • Maintained assigned equipment and performed daily inspections to increase equipment longevity and cut costs.
  • Organized pallets and secured materials with plastic wrap to prepare for movement to skids.
  • Monitored and observed production line to watch for pile-ups and jams.
  • Operated forklift to place finished products on skids and transport to warehouse.
  • Manipulated controls to set, activate and adjust mechanisms on machinery.
  • Calibrated machinery to optimize performance according to prescribed standards and specific project needs.
  • Troubleshot and repaired machines to increase productivity and decrease spending.
01/2001 to 02/2003
Assembly Worker Advanced Interconnection City, STATE,
  • Contributed to team-based environment to maintain line productivity and meet expected deadlines.
  • Used established assembly instructions to complete jobs.
  • Completed accurate assembly work by positioning and aligning components.
  • Recognized defective material and reported issues to management.
  • Inspected and tested final products to verify conformance to established tolerances.
  • Removed physical refuse and debris and organized tools to maintain safe work environment.
  • Assembled components by examining connections for correct fit, fastening parts and subassemblies.
  • Read and interpreted schematics, blueprints and assembly instructions to produce components.
  • Assembled component parts of items and completed hand-finishing of final products.
  • Completed component assembly with minimal supervision to meet deadlines.
  • Resolved assembly problems by altering dimensions to meet specifications.
  • Followed work orders to correctly assemble building components.
  • Cleared line area of debris to present clean work area for next shift.
Education and Training
Expected in 03/2010
GED:
Alternate Education Programs - Cranston, RI,
GPA:

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School Attended

  • Alternate Education Programs

Job Titles Held:

  • Assembly Technician
  • Universal Utility Operator /Machine Operator
  • Assembly Worker

Degrees

  • GED

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