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bottling technician resume example with 20+ years of experience

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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary

Motivated, determined, and integral team member seeking position as a receiving technician as demonstrated with years of experience within the company.

Skills
  • Mechanical Troubleshooting
  • Packaging Expertise
  • Quality Assurance
  • Machine Flow Regulation
Experience
05/2002 to Current Bottling Technician Pernod Ricard Usa | White Plains, NY,
  • Recorded batch and bottle numbers on bottle labels.
  • Built boxes for packing, storing and shipment of completed case bottles.
  • Stacked balanced and safe pallets for secure movement between warehouse stations.
  • Measured and accurately filled 1.75 ML - 50 ML bottles with adult libation products.
  • Applied bottle labels with precision to maintain consistency across bottling line.
  • Inspected products visually to identify inaccuracies, product flows and presence of sediments.
  • Attached labels to packaged items or stenciled information on containers.
  • Removed damaged or inferior materials to prepare products for packaging.
  • Cleared machine jams to reset malfunctions for production line.
  • Wrapped protective material around each product and packed items into cartons.
  • Removed finished products from machines and separated rejected items based on standard grading qualifications.
  • Operated and tended product packaging machines.
  • Sorted, graded and weighed products, verifying and adjusting products to meet specifications.
  • Assigned tasks to employees and monitored productivity, performance and task completion.
  • Monitored production line for jams, pile-ups or glue not adhering properly.
  • Met or exceeded target for on-time customer shipments.
  • Assembled cartons and applied pads to crate to prepare for product packing.
  • Regulated machine flow specifications, speed, or temperature.
  • Supplied materials to feeding devices, spindles or hoppers and unloaded completed packaged products.
  • Adjusted machine components and pressure to support product processing.
  • Discovered and fixed root causes of issues negatively impacting production performance.
  • Adjusted machine components, machine tensions and machine pressure according to size and processing angle of product.
  • Cleaned, oiled and made valve or guide adjustments to machinery and equipment.
  • Adjusted machine tension and pressure to accommodate size or product packing angle.
  • Increased line efficiency and reduced accidents through 5S program implementation.
  • Boosted productivity and efficiency for staff in solution implementation.
05/2002 to Current Forklift Operator Kehe Food Distributors | Natick, MA,
  • Maneuvered forklift over and around loaded pallets, boxes and other materials.
  • Moved freight, stock and other materials to and from storage and production areas and loading docks.
  • Maintained current forklift training and certification as required by company policies.
  • Communicated with supervisor and other warehouse staff to coordinate work.
  • Unloaded incoming items from trucks and rail cars and transported materials to staging area.
  • Inspected lifts before use to prevent damage to goods.
  • Transported material to correct locations and documented inventory changes.
  • Packaged, labeled and tagged goods before transfer.
  • Checked shipments for damaged or incorrect items.
  • Reported safety and quality issues to management.
  • Tied and secured loads to prevent shifting or damage to items.
  • Operated power material handling equipment to accurately select and palletize loads.
  • Prepared finished stock for shipment by identifying, pulling and packing product.
  • Picked up warehouse debris and deposited waste into appropriate piles and stacked baled trash.
  • Tracked materials moved for stocking purposes and to complete logs for management.
  • Squared stacked displayed materials for safe and orderly conditions.
  • Loaded, unloaded, transported and stacked materials through careful operation of various warehouse equipment.
  • Secured loads on pallets to minimize damage and worker injuries.
  • Relocated goods from dock area to appropriate storage locations.
  • Communicated with team members to coordinate efficient and accurate movements.
  • Drove electric-powered vehicles to transport materials between loading, processing and storage areas.
  • Moved levers or controls of lifting devices to load, unload or stack material.
  • Positioned lifting devices around loaded pallets, skids and boxes to secure materials for transport to designated areas.
  • Positioned lifting devices to secure material or products for transport to designated areas.
  • Estimated weights, heights and centers of balance to make precise placements.
  • Inspected product load for accuracy to foster timely and complete delivery.
  • Visually assessed materials for conformance to quality standards and shipping orders, removing nonconforming products and reporting for further action.
  • Noted and recorded receipt of materials on drivers' paperwork.
  • Employed hand signals to communicate effectively with coworkers operating transport vehicles and direct movements from floor.
  • Accurately measured and recorded product dimensions or other production data for use in tag and label creation.
  • Scheduled or performed needed maintenance on equipment to promote longevity of use.
  • Signaled workers to discharge, dump or level materials.
  • Performed inspections on tractors.
05/2002 to Current Safety Committee Member Sazerac Company | City, STATE,
  • Conducted regular inspections of facilities to check compliance with fire, hazard and safety guidelines.
  • Managed safety and health programs, enforcing compliance with occupational health and safety regulations.
  • Conducted safety briefings at beginning and end of shifts to inform crews of daily task safety hazards.
  • Checked and calibrated equipment for safety.
  • Conducted site inspections and audits, recording findings and recommending corrective actions on final reports.
  • Inspected premises and work of personnel to identify issues or non-conformity.
  • Supervised safe handling, storage and disposal of hazardous materials.
  • Inspected or evaluated workplace environments, equipment or practices to verify compliance with safety standards and government regulations.
  • Trained new employees in proper safety procedures to minimize accidents with proper behaviors.
  • Inspected specified areas to verify presence of fire prevention equipment, safety equipment and first-aid supplies.
  • Participated in business safety committee meetings and health and safety audits.
  • Recommended methods to reduce ongoing hazards with improved methods, processes and materials.
  • Supported health and safety technicians aligned to facility by providing guidance, coaching and direction.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/2001 to to High School Diploma | Lewiston High School, Lewiston, ME GPA:
Certifications
  • Forklift Training and certification - 2022

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Lewiston High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Bottling Technician
  • Forklift Operator
  • Safety Committee Member

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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