I enjoy hunting, fishing, and camping, but mostly i like spending time with family and trying new hobbies. I am a Competent Extruder Operator well-versed in replacing parts, repairing equipment and maintaining machinery in good working order. I can operate a forklift and have four plus years of finished product lab testing experience and welcome the opportunity to learn more and excell in this role. I enjoy working in a team environment that's diverse and full of knowledge. Im also interested in the great benefits package and room for growth this company provides.
In my current role in extrusion I am responsible for monitoring extruder heats, pressures, resin percentages, and overall film structure and profile stability. As an operator im am responsible for making adjustments to maintain a stable bubble at a specific size using IBC controls. Other tasks include parent roll changes that i refer to as transfers, stocking and consuming resins, structure changes and changeovers in plastic thickness to meet work order specifications. In extrusion we value team work, embrace quality, and work under minimal supervision. In our quality Lab I use specialized calibrated equipment to test tinsel strength, hot tack or heat seal strength, haze, clarity, and transmittance, among other tests using microscopes and profile testers. In an operational role im am tasked with trouble shooting, maintaining, and correcting mechanical failures while focusing on finished product traceability, quality, and thorough documentation of all information needed to verify finished goods.
As a railroad Tech is was responsible for acquiring permits to set up road closures on behalf of Union-Pacific Railroad at their crossings. These closures were required to meet local and state specifications. In this role i was responsible for each closure, and monitored them closely to ensure public safety, minimize liability, and ensure the safety of railroad employees. I managed small groups of employees called flaggers. I issued them equipment, safety gear, ect. off the truck and ordered PPE and signage to replenish worn or unsafe items. I also documented employee hours and put in for their pay via computer software systems. After a crossing was complete i would remove traffic control equipment put the crossing back in use.
As the owner of a small gun and pawn business I had a wide area of responsibilities. I managed employees and maintained sensitive documents and the personal data of my customers. I maintained financial records of sales and maintained local and federal licenses and permits to stay in operation. I was every engaged in customer service and store presentation. The utilization of inventory control systems and software was a must. I used various programs to transmit and except data from secure government and local law enforcement agencies such as federal background checks and gun purchase approvals. Weekly transmissions of all loans, purchases,and trades had to be reported to a nationwide database. The business had annual audits from state and federal institutions and any mistakes found had to be corrected. I develop business strategies, managed organizational improvements, and set a system of checks and balances into place to manage cash flow, and inventory levels. I also valued, priced and negotiated sales to maintain customer satisfaction.
As a rewinder operator my responsibilities included running the rewinder to produce finished, quality goods in a safe productive manner. I also communicated with management about any issues wether it concerned quality, safety, or mechanical issues. I would issue work request tickets to correct any problems that might require scheduled downtime and follow up. While working in the mill safety was paramount and i always used LOTO and SOP's to make repairs or adjustments. Operators in my position were issued electronic cleaning and preventative maintenance schedules to be completed on a monthly/daily basis and were required to be completed on time. Setting up raw materials such as cases, adhesives, cores, paper, and poly wrap were part of an end of shift check sheet. I lubricated my equipment and corrected any mechanical issues that required immediate attention. In this position and in the mill as a whole quality, safety, and teamwork were deeply rooted within the culture of the mill. I performed quality checks once an hour on finished goods using calibrated lab testing equipment. These checks included bulk testing, tinsel strength,hot tack/heat seal strength, roll diameter, lamination viscosity, and sheet length and perforation among other tests.
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