engine assembler resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,

Hardworking Assembler versed in completing mechanical assemblies and performing quality assurance checks. Hardworking and detail-oriented with skillful handling of hand tools, pneumatic tools and equipment. Promotes workplace safety and follows all established protocols. Capable of putting together products according to design specifications. Knowledgeable about testing, documentation and supply management. Dependable Mechanical Assembler experienced in the fabrication, assembly and finishing of Manufacturing products. Results-driven team player with a superior work ethic and good time management abilities. Bringing a proven dedication to safety and 21 + years' experience in the field. Manufacturing professional brings experience in production, fabrication and forklift operation. Results-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills.

  • Equipment operation
  • Manufacturing background
  • Schematic reading
  • Pneumatic tool use
  • Waste elimination
  • ISO 9000 trained
  • Interpretation of blueprints, wiring diagrams and drawings
  • Drilling and tapping skills
  • Crane and hoist equipment operation
  • Critical thinking
  • Customer service
  • Production experience
  • Schematic understanding
  • Training and mentorship
  • Safety procedures
  • Quality control
  • Product testing
  • Communication
  • Analytical
  • Supervision
  • PPE use
  • Flexible adaptability
  • Warehouse operations
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Able to lift and carry 50+ lbs
  • Materials transfer
  • Skilled forklift operator
  • Cargo handling
  • Route management
  • Prior Class B Commercial Driver
  • Critical decision-making skills
  • Emergency first responder
  • ASE certified in brakes and suspension
  • Safety team leader
  • Project leader
  • Currently registered in CPR
09/2004 to 10/2020 Engine Assembler Dover Corporation | Minneapolis, MN,
  • Documented errors and quality issues for engineering department.
  • Completed standardized tests to assess quality and compliance with specifications.
  • Set and verified parts clearances to prevent incorrect part installments.
  • Checked parts against stock lists, blueprints and material specifications to verify compliance with standards.
  • Delivered, inspected, Positioned and aligned components to complete accurate assembly work.
  • Reviewed project specifications and documentation to understand task and deadline requirements.
  • Used established assembly instructions to complete jobs in efficient and accurate manner.
  • Inspected and tested final products to verify conformance to established tolerances.
  • Boxed, labeled and moved items to keep production lines moving swiftly.
  • Smoothed surfaces and maintained proper COP standards to enhance alignment of parts and safety.
  • Formed assemblies, subassemblies, and building Engine block assemblies by hand on replacement Engines.
  • Removed scratches and imperfections using oiled sanding stone, bolt taps, and files to improve product quality.
  • Contributed to team-based environment to maintain line productivity and meet less than 60 second process expected deadlines.
  • Determined root cause for machinery malfunction by performing team brainstorming and fishbone charts for troubleshooting tasks.
  • Adjusted equipment, including calibrations and modifications to maintain optimal performance.
  • Supported QA measures by visually inspecting items and removing defective elements.
05/1999 to 09/2004 Test Operator/lab Technician Southwire | City, STATE,
  • Collected, inspected, labeled and stored lab samples according to laboratory specifications.
  • Produced technical reports detailing pH and moisture percent saturation from saturation paste and EC.
  • Maintained, calibrated and troubleshot pH probes, EC meters, balances, high and medium voltage test runs and quality inspections.
  • Measured and analyzed 3' per every 3000' wire samples' pH levels, moisture saturation pastes and electrical conductivity using pH meters, EC meters and specially designed test equipment.
  • Recorded, reported and posted specimen results in company software.
  • Prepared powerline/high voltage samples for digestion inspections using micrometers, microscope, hot oil analysis, visual inspections, and on occasions, ICP-OES, ICP-MS techniques.
  • Monitored and tracked samples using Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet Software while notifying supervisors and clients of any missing or damaged samples or database errors.
  • Enforced sharps disposal procedures with worn sharp edged tools, and properly disposed of Hazardous waste according to EPA standards.
  • Supervised supplies in inventory and notified manufacturing departments when items became low.
  • Cleaned and sterilized lab area, tools and equipment.
  • Conducted quality control checks, calibration and technical troubleshooting.
  • Recorded control values from technical instruments to maintain reliability and validity of test results.
  • Documented nonconformities immediately and recommended techniques for prompt resolution.
  • Trained newly hired employees by explaining company procedures, job duties and performance expectations.
  • Completed non-destructive tests and visual inspections continuously.
  • Consulted with engineers to resolve quality, production and efficiency problems.
05/1994 to 07/1999 Warehouse Manager Farm Systems | City, STATE,
  • Organized warehouse design to maximize space for stock while allowing for high volume traffic zones.
  • Project managed warehouse system updates to increase productivity and reduce errors.
  • Satisfied reporting requirements with timely and accurate logging of daily activities.
  • Researched issues to address shipping errors and packaging mistakes.
  • Supervised 4 Warehouse employees, and supplied products 6 crews to maintain daily tasks.
  • Complied with all local, state and federal requirements involving shipping and handling of hazardous materials.
  • Managed vendor relationships to support supply chain and maintain product quality.
  • Generated shipping documents including packing lists and invoice purchase orders.
  • Adhered to company audit rules during inventory counts.
  • Provided information to shipping and receiving personnel regarding inventory stock.
  • Generated repeat business through development of devoted customer service to loyal clients.
  • Planned and implemented layout enhancements to promote efficiency and maximize space utilization.
  • Planned stock quantities according to marketplace demand and sales forecasts.
Education and Training
Expected in 02/2004 to to Licensed Degree in Ministry | Theology, Ministry, And Christian Counseling Ministry International Bible College, Jacksboro, TN, GPA:
Expected in to to | Associate Degree Gadsden State Community College, Gadsden, AL GPA:
Expected in 06/1981 to to GED | Oxford High School, Oxford, AL GPA:

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School Attended

  • Ministry International Bible College
  • Gadsden State Community College
  • Oxford High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Engine Assembler
  • Test Operator/lab Technician
  • Warehouse Manager


  • Licensed Degree in Ministry
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • GED

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