As someone who has always been attracted to an active lifestyle, i like to keep moving, i don't mind a physical work load. I love to work with my hands and i love to learn to preform new tasks, and i don't give up easily if i don't get it right away. I have worked a lot in the kitchen industry so i understand that procedure is key to success and is as equally valuable as teamwork and customer relations, and finding the right balance of those is what keeps a company running like a well oiled machine. Communication can make or break any assembly line, it doesn't matter if its a kitchen or a factory the same principle applies, it is incredibly important to be able to understand and confer with those associates who work closest to you to insure that the chain of command doesn't end up as a "game of telephone with one message getting misunderstood and distorted, causing major production disruptions. This is why i am adamant about keeping an open mind in the work place and striving to communicate with those around me.
Working in a stock room taught me a lot about functionality in the work place too, in this environment i was shown the importance of organization and product flow. working in a small department store during the holiday season when demand is high and space is low it was made abundantly clear that it is important for everything to remain organized and maintained so that pathways remain clear and product can be brought to the sales floor and more room can be made for incoming products otherwise the stockroom becomes overcrowded, workspace is diminished and it can risk code and fire violations.
Through my experiences i feel i have been able to combine my skills and knowledge of communication and cooperation, organization, procedures and routines, product flow expectations, customer service, and open-mindedness to make myself the best possible asset to your team that i can be!
As a worker in final assembly i have been working with others to properly build/assemble and prepare medical devices, such as vital signs monitoring systems, for shipping and delivery to companies and hospitals. The work stations in final assembly consist of multiple smaller specialized work spaces to which an employee must learn all of these areas, although only working a single station at a time. A large responsibility of an employee working in final assembly is quality control, because these employees are the last to interact with the products directly before arriving to the customer and thus the actions of the few people working in these work cells can directly reflect the quality of the company as a whole, and in turn its reputation. final assembly also requires a good degree of cooperation, and communication because any hold up in one area can cause a chain reaction and block production in subsequent areas due to lack of parts.
As a stock room associate i shared a set of skills and responsibilities with others, to work towards the goal of product flow from delivery to the store, to processing and getting the product to the sales floor in a timely manner, these skills and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
As a line cook i was responsible for
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