Type 95+ WPM
Very Computer Literate
Attention to detail
Articulate & well spoken
Follow orders clearly
Always on time
I performed many jobs within the King Soopers bakery. My most recent job in the bakery was to operate two dough mixers which would mix our dough which would then be sent to the bread divider to cut it to the specific weight.
I also was Break Relief which my essential duties would be to give the Machine Operator three thirty minute breaks. I would give a total of 5 breaks three times around. I had to learn 5 total jobs so I could give these employees there breaks. These 5 jobs were 1) Dough Mixer 2) Divider Operator 3) Moulder Operator 4) Pan Stacker Operator 5) Oven Operator. Another job I performed at the bakery was work on the Bake-Off belt. On the bake off belt we made all the "sweet dough". These produts would include the cinnamon rolls, krispies, and strudels. There would be a 50+ foot belt loaded with raw dough and our job would be to roll the dough to fit the pan according to which item we were running at that time.
Lastly another job I held at the bakery was the Freezer bread divider operator. Once the dough was out the mixer, my job was to raise the dough trough high enough to be dropped in the hopper. Then I would start the machine and the divider would cut the dough into dough balls that would then go through the moulder and down the line into the boxes.
I assisted customers to find products within the store and also ran the cash registers and POS system. I helped with unloading the freight truck and putting away merchandise according to sections. I was put in charge of ordering for the store using a mylar gun. I was brought in 2 hours early before anyone else so I could properly fill the out of stock items and replenish inventory as needed.
I would also help out in the Copy & Print center if there were more than 3 customers waiting. These would be mainly simple tasks such as making copies off a flash driver from a customer, designing a brochure or banner, or cutting a banner or logo to a specific size.
This job taught me alot about customer service and always putting the customer first. The experience I learned here was invaluable and I will forever cherish that.
I started out working as a cashier but I quickly got promoted to a Photo service tech since my work ethic was un matched and management quickly recognized that and promptly promoted me. My essential duties in the photo lab was to process customers photos used negatives and also print out their copies from flash drives or SD cards aswell.
I was put in charge of $500,000 printers and pieces of equipment. When the photo paper was low I had to change it in the dark using a black box. This involved only using my hands inside a dark box and was pretty much all touch. I enjoyed this photo tech job because it taught me how to work independtly.
I also rang up customers and assisted with unloading the freight truck every wednesday. This was a very rewarding job.
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