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

Skilled FABRICATOR with over 8 years working with metal and welding. Trained in [Tool] use with commitment to safety, efficiency and accuracy. Proven history of reliability, focus and [Skill]. Reliable fabricator accomplished with different metalworking techniques, types of projects and environmental conditions. Works independently to accomplish project goals and consistently completes assignments on-time. Skills include brazing, welding and flame cutting. Talented Fabrication Welder skilled in reading and applying technical drawings and consistently delivered high quality structural steel products. Excellent attention to detail reduced waste and resulted in increased efficiency. Operated machinery, including presses plasma tables an torches to fabricate items and comply with government guidelines.

Skills
  • Cast Iron Metal Welding
  • Edge Joining
  • Torch Installation
  • Aluminum Metal Welding
  • Workpiece Examinations
  • Attention to Detail
  • Mathematical Calculations
  • Surface Material Preparation
  • Equipment Selection
  • Workpiece Measurements
  • Overhead Welding Position
  • Defective Material Identification
  • Torch Selection
  • Filler Rod Selection
  • Critical Thinking
  • Vertical Welding
  • Hand and Power Tool Operation
  • Flux Selection
  • Gas Flow Adjustments
  • Time Management
  • Brakes and Shears Operation
  • Straightedge Measurements
  • Micrometers and Calipers
  • Welding Techniques
  • Decision Making
  • Flat Welding Position
  • Power Tools Operation
  • Specification Conformance
  • Job Orders
  • Jig Fabrication
  • Weld Inspections
  • Gas Metal Arc Welding
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding
  • Welding Procedure Verification
  • Material Costing
  • MIG Welding
  • Stick Welding
  • Shop Drawings
  • Precision Measurement
  • Flux Core Arc Welding
  • Defect Repair
Experience
07/2022 to 01/2023 Fabrication Welder Chromalox | Lavergne, TN,
  • Welded fabrication materials, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Prepared material surfaces for welding by removing scale, rust or other foreign matter.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings for precision and waste reduction.
  • Determined equipment and welding methods, applying knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques.
  • Marked or tagged material with job number, piece marks and other identifying marks.
  • Prepared workpiece edges by grinding, cutting, buffing or bending to verify snug fit.
  • Positioned and secured workpieces using hoists, wire and banding machines or hand tools.
  • Used jigs, fixtures and tools for assembly of parts and components.
  • Aligned and clamped workpieces using rules, squares or hand tools.
  • Cut, contoured and beveled metal and structural shapes to achieve accurate dimensions.
  • Connected and turned regulator valves to activate and adjust gas flow and pressure and obtain desired flames.
  • Made steel form parts using various cutting equipment and welded part together per specifications.
  • Measured workpieces with straightedges or templates to conform with specifications.
  • Checked cut length frequently for deviation in cut length specs.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Welded components in flat, vertical or overhead positions.
  • Deposited intermittent tack welds for fit-up and alignment of work assemblies.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment or defective materials and notified supervisors.
  • Cleaned and inspected parts and assemblies at each production stage and documented production defects.
  • Informed forklift personnel or Shift Lead when running low on fab stock requiring welding.
  • Read and followed blueprints and weld diagrams.
  • Selected and installed torches, filler rods and flux according to welding chart specifications.
  • Safely ignited torches and monitored surroundings to proactively identify hazards.
  • Produced work using appropriate welding techniques, metallurgy knowledge and engineering requirements.
  • Stacked finished product on pallets according to packaging standard.
03/2021 to 05/2022 Fabrication Welder Chromalox | Houston, TX,
  • Welded fabrication materials, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Prepared material surfaces for welding by removing scale, rust or other foreign matter.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings for precision and waste reduction.
  • Determined equipment and welding methods, applying knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques.
  • Marked or tagged material with job number, piece marks and other identifying marks.
  • Prepared workpiece edges by grinding, cutting, buffing or bending to verify snug fit.
  • Positioned and secured workpieces using hoists, wire and banding machines or hand tools.
  • Used jigs, fixtures and tools for assembly of parts and components.
  • Aligned and clamped workpieces using rules, squares or hand tools.
  • Cut, contoured and beveled metal and structural shapes to achieve accurate dimensions.
  • Connected and turned regulator valves to activate and adjust gas flow and pressure and obtain desired flames.
  • Recognized, set up and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Made steel form parts using various cutting equipment and welded part together per specifications.
  • Measured workpieces with straightedges or templates to conform with specifications.
  • Checked cut length frequently for deviation in cut length specs.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Welded components in flat, vertical or overhead positions.
  • Deposited intermittent tack welds for fit-up and alignment of work assemblies.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment or defective materials and notified supervisors.
  • Cleaned and inspected parts and assemblies at each production stage and documented production defects.
  • Informed forklift personnel or Shift Lead when running low on fab stock requiring welding.
  • Read and followed blueprints and weld diagrams.
  • Selected and installed torches, filler rods and flux according to welding chart specifications.
  • Safely ignited torches and monitored surroundings to proactively identify hazards.
  • Produced work using appropriate welding techniques, metallurgy knowledge and engineering requirements.
  • Stacked finished product on pallets according to packaging standard.
03/2018 to 01/2021 Fabrication Welder Chromalox | La Vergne, TN,
  • Welded fabrication materials, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Prepared material surfaces for welding by removing scale, rust or other foreign matter.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings for precision and waste reduction.
  • Determined equipment and welding methods, applying knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques.
  • Marked or tagged material with job number, piece marks and other identifying marks.
  • Prepared workpiece edges by grinding, cutting, buffing or bending to verify snug fit.
  • Positioned and secured workpieces using hoists, wire and banding machines or hand tools.
  • Used jigs, fixtures and tools for assembly of parts and components.
  • Aligned and clamped workpieces using rules, squares or hand tools.
  • Cut, contoured and beveled metal and structural shapes to achieve accurate dimensions.
  • Connected and turned regulator valves to activate and adjust gas flow and pressure and obtain desired flames.
  • Recognized, set up and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Made steel form parts using various cutting equipment and welded part together per specifications.
  • Measured workpieces with straightedges or templates to conform with specifications.
  • Checked cut length frequently for deviation in cut length specs.
  • Melted and applied solder along adjoining edges of workpieces to solder joints.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Welded components in flat, vertical or overhead positions.
  • Deposited intermittent tack welds for fit-up and alignment of work assemblies.
  • Detected faulty operation of equipment or defective materials and notified supervisors.
  • Cleaned and inspected parts and assemblies at each production stage and documented production defects.
  • Informed forklift personnel or Shift Lead when running low on fab stock requiring welding.
  • Read and followed blueprints and weld diagrams.
  • Selected and installed torches, filler rods and flux according to welding chart specifications.
  • Safely ignited torches and monitored surroundings to proactively identify hazards.
  • Produced work using appropriate welding techniques, metallurgy knowledge and engineering requirements.
  • Stacked finished product on pallets according to packaging standard.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/2015 High School Diploma | Seymour Senior High School, Seymour, IN GPA:
Expected in | Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, Columbus, IN, GPA:

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School Attended

  • Seymour Senior High School
  • Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana

Job Titles Held:

  • Fabrication Welder
  • Fabrication Welder
  • Fabrication Welder

Degrees

  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)

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