? After about two years as a General Laborer I made the transition to a new group in the facility known as the Polishers in the Knoll Department. I had become skilled in sanding, grinding, and polishing steel and aluminum among being mechanically inclined in repair work for equipment used in the Knoll Department where we crafted high quality steel table legs.
After just over two years of General Labor work and being a Polisher I made the transition to Welder. With training from Jonah Higgs, supervisors, and a lot of my own time that I could squeeze in, a Production Tig-Welding position became available for me. I spent most of my time in the Knoll Department Tig-Welding mild steel and silicon bronze creating table legs for the Polishers to work on. After time I became a high-quality production Tig-Welder I was asked and continually volunteered to move around the other areas of the shop. Known for the amount of effort put into my work I also worked on multiple steel and aluminum production mig jobs. With very little training from peers and received high praises of my work from the Production Manager and Welding Department Lead.
As a general laborer I transitioned to a full time hire after only one and a half months. During the time the normal process was 3 months plus. Throughout my time at Applied Laser Technologies I was considered the "bar setter" in terms of production values for the day in more than one area of the work I was involved in. With my dedicated experience throughout the shop, after time I was one of few trusted individuals given the opportunity to work on new prototypes in several areas of the shop including the Knoll Department, Laser Department, Production Mig and Tig Welding Departments.
Helped develop new techniques with new equipment, doubling the normal production output for myself along with current and new co-workers of the time. Was an adaptive worker that had trained 6 plus new workers in the Knoll Dept. during my time there.
As a Tig-Welder I helped develop new techniques and pneumatic equipment/welding jigs ?that allowed myself and co-workers to double our production output. I also was allowed the opportunity to train several co-workers new techniques on speed, consistency, and quality of their production welds.
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