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dry end operator area trainer resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
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Summary

Highly motivated employee with desire to take on new challenges. Strong work ethic, adaptability and exceptional interpersonal skills. Adept at working effectively unsupervised and quickly mastering new skills.

Skills
  • Leadership Development
  • Training Method Development
  • Attention to Detail
  • Job Skill Building
  • Course Materials Development
  • Staff Training and Development
  • Quality Assurance and Control
  • Training Manual Contributor
  • Decision Making
  • Relationship Building
  • Critical Thinking
  • Problem Solving
Experience
Dry End Operator/Area Trainer, 10/2016 to Current
Ardent MillsHastings, MN,
  • Applies Principle Based Management practices in day-to-day workflow and challenges, as well as when training new employees.
  • Part 107 Pilot under U-VIP UAV program at our facility, doing stockpile inventories and currently exploring other uses for the program plant wide.
  • Fork truck trainer for new hires and retraining when needed, and creates and offers additional materials to enhance training.
  • Assistant CSO for fire safety, in charge of the monthly and annual inspections of all on-site fire extinguishers.
  • Monitors and adjusts settings for equipment for different product runs.
  • Takes hourly samples for each product and verify that all specifications and targets are being maintained for quality assurance.
  • Works one-on-one with new hires to support outcomes and efficiencies along with best practices, and explains goals and expectations required of trainees.
  • Partners with management to conduct individual training needs analysis for required coaching and training.
  • Monitors, evaluates and records training activities or program effectiveness, and obtains and organizes manuals, guides and visual materials for development and training purposes.
Bulk Loader, 04/2012 to 10/2016
RailworksSpringfield, MO,
  • Positioned lifting devices to move loaded pallets, skids and boxes to designated areas, and checked load-related documentation to promote completeness and accuracy.
  • Followed organizational procedures to stack and store cargo in transit sheds, ship holds and warehouses.
  • Loaded cargo onto transportation devices and attached affixing tools to achieve safe transportation.
  • Cleaned empty storage areas to achieve proper sanitation regulations and make area fit for future use.
  • Loaded and unloaded shipments from trucks and rail cars, and picked up and moved heavy packages and items using forklifts.
  • Placed bracing, straps and other protective devices onto items in transit to prevent damage.
  • Managed robots that put product into packaging and stacked them on pallets, and used manual fill devices to place product in bags and hand stack them onto pallets.
  • Used a front-end loader to mix piles of material and to feed the plant, and used a skid steer to clean out bulk shed and to do snow removal and maintain roadways and walkways.
Boom Truck Operator, 05/2011 to 04/2012
Fedex Cross BorderLynn Haven, FL,
  • Noted and recorded receipt of materials on drivers' paperwork, and relocated goods from dock area to appropriate storage locations.
  • Positioned lifting devices around loaded pallets, skids and boxes to secure materials for transport to designated areas.
  • Secured loads on pallets to minimize damage and worker injuries, and communicated with team members to coordinate efficient and accurate movements.
  • Visually assessed materials for conformance to quality standards and shipping orders, removing nonconforming products and reporting for further action.
  • Inspected product load for accuracy to foster timely and complete delivery, and positioned lifting devices to secure material or products for transport to designated areas.
  • Estimated weights, heights and centers of balance to make precise placements, and moved levers or controls of lifting devices to load, unload or stack material.
  • Employed hand signals to communicate effectively with coworkers operating transport vehicles and direct movements from floor.
  • Performed inspections and made repairs on tractors.
Digital Photographer, 06/2002 to 08/2008
Buffalo Bill Center Of The WestCity, STATE,
  • Set up camera control equipment, stands, tripods, set up lights, backdrops and props for shoots.
  • Planned and obtained original shots using innovative thinking and new techniques, and improvised photographic methods and techniques.
  • Maintained various studio equipment, tracked studio inventories and ordered new supplies when needed.
  • Saved and archived images and maintained master image library for future use, as well as transferred photographs to computers for editing, archiving and electronic transmission.
  • Reviewed sets of photographs to select best work, and enhanced, retouched and resized photographs and negatives using airbrushing and other techniques.
  • Tested equipment prior to use, verifying good working order, and estimated or measured light levels, distances and numbers of exposures using measuring devices and formulas.
  • Selected and adjusted subjects, equipment and lighting to achieve desired effects, and created artificial light using flashes and reflectors.
  • Manipulated and enhanced scanned or digital images using computers and specialized software and cropped, manipulated and performed color balance for final images.
Shift Manager, 06/1999 to 02/2012
McDonald'sCity, STATE,
  • Opened the store every morning and prepared the store to receive customers, and managed daily cash intake by counting out registers and tabulating profits.
  • Reported employee behavioral issues, losses and customer complaints to upper-level management.
  • Communicated with other shift managers to facilitate continuum of customer service, and directed and led employees and team members on effective operations, methods and procedures.
  • Enhanced operations and boosted productivity through employee training, coaching and assignments, and upheld company standards and compliance requirements for operations.
  • Positioned skilled staff in key areas throughout shift to optimize department productivity, and delegated work to staff, setting priorities and goals.
  • Helped employees accomplish tasks during peak periods, and reinforced rules to promote superior employee performance.
  • Completed thorough opening, closing and shift change functions to maintain operational standards each day.
  • Provided leadership, insight and mentoring to newly hired employees to supply knowledge of various company programs.
Education and Training
Associate of Applied Science: Photography And Graphic Arts, Expected in 05/2002 to Northwest College - Powell, WY
GPA:
  • 3.89 GPA
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1997 to Billings Sr High School - Billings, MT
GPA:
Certifications
  • FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot Certificate
  • CDL B Driver's License
  • Certified Heavy Equipment Operator and Trainer
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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Northwest College
  • Billings Sr High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Dry End Operator/Area Trainer
  • Bulk Loader
  • Boom Truck Operator
  • Digital Photographer
  • Shift Manager

Degrees

  • Associate of Applied Science
  • High School Diploma

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