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

Detail-oriented General Laborer with ability to learn new things with experience in Deli and Shred Line Production as well. Diligent in performing various tasks accurately, including cleaning, paperwork, and operating equipment for Deli, Shred, and Ghee Lines. A Team Player whose goal is to become highly trained/ skilled in all 3 lines of production at CALF Building.

Skills

Cleaning/ Sanitation Procedures

Pre-Set up Procedures

Operation Procedures/ Paperwork for Deli, Shred, and Ghee Lines

End of Run/ Cleaning/ Sanitation Procedures

Work History
06/2019 to Current
General Laborer / Cheese Production Forms And Surfaces Laveen, AZ,

GHEE LINE

Trained/ Skilled to:

  • Sanitation processes in which include the COP/ CIP procedures. Making sure to have QA swabs done.
  • Correct pipeline connections to complete the "Master Drain" and "Air Blow" processes. Disconnecting/ connecting of pipeline connections in order to remove as much water within the lines as possible.
  • Able to turn air regulator up or down as needed from 40 PSI to 80 PSI in order to properly complete Master Drain and Air Blow processes.
  • Can turn on Foot Foam.
  • Able to switch Melter, Kettles, Filters, Surge, and Hopper from "OOS" (out of service) mode to Production mode.
  • Able to turn Melter to production mode and set heat temp to 125 degrees. Ports on 'Flow Plate' are connected Horizontally.
  • Capable of loading 24 blocks of NS butter into melter for "Start Up" and throughout the shift.
  • Capable of setting up Kettles for production removing of Spray ball's and connecting "No-Foam" spouts.
  • Able to set Kettle temps to 245 degrees for Cooking or any desired temp.
  • Able to put together and connect flow valves for Filter Housings. Knowledgeable of which size filter goes to the correct Housing Unit. (25/5 micron filters)
  • Capable of putting Tote Line jumper connections properly together for Production. To pump 120 gallons of AMF into each Batch/Kettle.
  • Able to set Cooker Transfer pump to 100%, back to 15%
  • Capable of properly assembling and Connecting the Hopper.
  • Knowledgeable of Mesh screen placement procedure. Making sure to have a member of QA/Team Lead/ Supervisor verify that screens are intact and in good working order by initialing QA check document at the first hourly check position.
  • Able to load capper with lids.
  • Input LOT# and Expiration date into labeling system for on top of jar lids.
  • Able to set up sleever for both 7.5 and 13 OZ jars. The belt speeds needed and offset lengths.
  • Capable of turning Shrink Tunnel on and set to 120 degrees.
  • Knowledgeable of "Moisture Test" procedure. Using dipper, analyzer, pan and 2 pads. Making sure that moisture level does not exceed (0.2%) before transferring to Surge.
  • Able to turn fans and belts on for Spiral Cooler system in Warehouse Area.
  • Able to set up Taper, Domino, Make boxes, and Corrugated Area.
  • Able to clear/fix all system faults inside Production and Warehouse Area.
  • Knowledgeable and Capable of filling out all Sanitation, Production, and Housekeeping paperwork!
  • END OF RUN cleaning/ Sanitation Procedure

SHRED lINE

  • Cleaning/ Sanitation Pre-Set up Procedure For Cuber side and PFM. Making sure that SWABS have been completed
  • COP Operating Procedure
  • Air Drying Procedure of belts and buckets.
  • Assemble/ Put together Connections for Cuber, Powder Dispenser, Vacuum, Tumble Drum, and Belts.
  • Correct Harps and Shred Head equipment needed for "Fine" or "Thick" cut.
  • Correct combinations of Cheese blocks needed for the various Types of Cheese.
  • Able to load Powder Dispenser and location of powder in Warehouse for checkout of bags needed per shift.
  • Capable of threading PFM of correct Film needed.
  • Assemble/ Dry buckets for PFM
  • Assemble Zipper roll and thread correctly.
  • Set up X-Ray and conduct test to make sure properly working
  • Knowledgeable of running PFM regardless of type of cheese. Clean Seal bars, Cone clogs, clear faults.
  • Capable of running Robot, Taper, Domino, and Boxer
  • Leakers Procedure/ paperwork
  • Palletizing procedure
  • Able to complete Sanitation, Production, and Housekeeping paperwork for PFM and Corrugated Area.
  • "END OF RUN" cleaning/ Sanitation procedure

DELI LINE

  • Knowledgeable of Start up Procedure/ Sanitation/ Swabs Procedures
  • COP Procedure
  • Conveyers, Carts, Tubs Set up Procedure
  • One way cutter Set up
  • Alpma Set up/ and able to Operate
  • Hand Cutting-Trim Set up
  • Hand Bagging Station Set up
  • BL-75 set up/ and able to Operate
  • Cryovac set up/ and able to Operate
  • Shrink Tunnel and Air Dryer set up
  • Labeler Set up/ how to send labels from Corrugated to Labeler in Production area/ and able to Operate Labeler
  • Metal Detector Set up
  • Boxing Area Set up, Taper, Domino, Palletizing Procedure
  • All Corrugated and Palletizing paperwork
  • Bulk Trim Scale set up/ Bulk Trim Procedure
  • 2LB Trim Procedure
  • All Sanitation, Production, and Housekeeping paperwork
09/2017 to 02/2019
CNC Machine Operator Starkey Inc. Wichita, KS,
  • Maintained tight tolerances with design specification to Cams.
  • Assessed equipment after each production run, performing preventive maintenance to keep machines running smoothly.
  • Operating up to 3 CNC Machines at a time
  • Moved finished work to correct staging area for disposition.
  • Manually set up machinery and equipment, including Metal slabs, tolerance tools and grinders.
  • Properly loaded and unloaded materials in and out of machines.
  • Trained and coached new team members on proper machine set-up procedures.
  • Maintained excellent attendance record, consistently arriving to work on time.
  • Ran Deburring Area which included 8 Deburring machines.
  • Making sure machines were loaded with correct Product and Tumble Time.
  • Inspecting parts before loading machines and final inspection after cycle completion.
  • Properly filling or completing of shipping paperwork
  • Correctly used Air hoses, water hoses, and heating belts.
  • Ensured work area was swept, machine inspections current, and equipment clean.
12/2006 to 09/2011
Night Line Haul Dispatch Hotline Freight Systems City, STATE,
  • Entered pick up Company/ Customer information along with Skid count/ Weight/ Product Description/ and Delivery Location
  • Tracked Shipments
  • Updated Customers on delivery Time/ Date
  • Gave Line haul Drivers route information/ load information/ processed trip logs and paperwork.
  • Constant Driver and Customer Interaction
06/2003 to 02/2006
Certified Nursing Assistant VA Medical Center City, STATE,
  • Evaluated patients to identify and address wounds, behavioral concerns and medically relevant symptoms.
  • Gathered dietary information, assisted with feeding and monitored intake to help patients achieve nutritional objectives and support wellness goals.
  • Transported patients between rooms and appointments or testing locations.
  • Oversaw and maintained patients' rooms, group living areas and nurse stations.
  • Helped patients effectively manage routine bathing, grooming and other hygiene needs.
  • Supported ambulation and physical therapy needs by conducting planned exercise routines.
  • Offered immediate assistance in emergency and routine paging situations to evaluate needs and deliver care.
  • Checked patient vitals such as temperature, blood pressure and blood sugar to stay on top of symptoms and keep [Job title]s informed of changes.
  • Conferred with multidisciplinary healthcare team to help effectively manage patient conditions with regular testing and vitals assessments.
  • Assisted patients with mobility needs, including moving to and from beds, organizing wheelchairs and preparing assistive devices.
  • Answered call lights and supported patient comfort and safety by adjusting bed rails and equipment.
  • Delivered individualized patient care by recording vital signs, documenting observations, administering [Type] treatments and evaluating patient needs.
  • Obtained biological specimens for ordered tests and prepared for laboratory transport.
  • Promoted good oral and personal hygiene by aiding patients with shaving, bathing and teeth brushing.
  • Cared for clients with diagnoses such as respiratory failure, diabetes, Parkinson's disease and muscular dystrophy.
  • Facilitated activities of daily living, including personal hygiene management, feeding and ambulation.
  • Participated in variety of fun activities with patients to boost mood, improve overall memory and provide light entertainment.
Education
Expected in 2006
High School Diploma:
WWTC - Tomah Campus,
GPA:
Expected in 2006
Certified Nursing Assistant: Medical
WWTC - La Crosse Campus,
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • WWTC
  • WWTC
Job Titles Held:
  • General Laborer / Cheese Production
  • CNC Machine Operator
  • Night Line Haul Dispatch
  • Certified Nursing Assistant
Degrees
  • High School Diploma
  • Certified Nursing Assistant

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