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Summary

Reliable [Job Title] driven to achieve maximum productivity and quality in collaborative environment. Adept at inspecting parts and finished products for defects. Brings detailed comprehension of standard internal and external policies governing safety, cleanliness and component effectiveness.

Seasoned [Job Title] familiar with complex equipment and hand and power tool operations. Resourceful understanding and interpretation of schematics. Meticulous eye for detail to line assembly.

Talented Assembly Line Worker offers solid track record working in team-based environment. Excellent listening and problem-solving skills paired with deep foundational grasp of thresholds for equipment quality. Solid track record over more than [Number] years.

Skills
  • Polishing work
  • Power and hand tools
  • Visual inspections
  • Machinery operations
  • Expert assembler
  • Hand tools
Experience
04/2019 to 01/2022
High Production Line Welder Martin Marietta Kenedy, TX,
  • Maintained work area safety and appearance, focusing on safety, organization and cleanliness.
  • Contributed to team-based environment to maintain line productivity and meet expected deadlines.
  • Used established assembly instructions to complete jobs.
  • Assembled components into finished product and performed quality inspection to clear for shipment.
  • Supported QA measures by inspecting items and removing defective elements.
  • Assembled component parts of items and completed hand-finishing of final products.
  • Used mathematics skills to calculate material consumption, hourly rates and relevant assembly details.
  • Adjusted equipment to maintain optimal performance.
  • Assembled finished products using manual or assisted methods.
  • Met or exceeded target for on-time customer shipments.
02/2002 to 07/2010
Leadman Framing Wilson & Sons LLC. City, STATE,
  • Attended crew safety meetings, discussing proper use of personal protective equipment to minimize accidents.
  • Trained team members in best practices and company standards.
  • Assisted foreman and project manager to execute job layout plan.
  • Monitored equipment and resources daily for job site, performing scheduled preventive maintenance.
  • Interpreted blueprints and job orders to workers and assigned duties.
  • Verified material and supply accuracy to incorporate change orders when necessary.
  • Established methods of installation to dictate use of crews and equipment.
  • Estimated worker hour requirements to meet needs of construction plans.
  • Maintained landmark property, equipment, job site, office and tool house, following quality standards.
  • Reviewed contract documents, plans, specifications and addenda to initiate safe work practices
  • Planned worker hours depending on set and production times.
  • Analyzed project strategy alignment against budget and subcontractor procurement.
  • Communicated with employees to demonstrate high standards and mitigate issues.
  • Viewed and checked job equipment to determine maintenance requirements.
  • Supervised projects to uphold schedule requirements and quality demands.
  • Checked project details to verify job site materials and equipment.
  • Monitored job site parts and equipment.
  • Managed sites by focusing on safety, operations and productivity.
  • Implemented budgets to support equipment and workforce requirements and successfully complete projects.
  • Managed workers at various experience levels in construction and restoration projects.
  • Tracked and reported units and labor hours prior to submission of timecards.
  • Inspected rigging and scaffolding for safety and reliability.
  • Communicated with suppliers and coordinated delivery of supplies to job sites.
  • Supported project quality assurance and quality control planning for assigned tasks.
  • Monitored processes for continuous improvement and implemented changes to promote quicker task completion.
  • Established expectations and motivated crews to consistently meet or beat goals.
  • Assigned rotating work schedules to maximize coverage and maintain productivity.
  • Increased productivity by improving employee morale and cross-functional communications.
  • Planned material and equipment needs to drive on-time delivery in concert with project schedule.
  • Conferred with senior management, owners, contractors and design professionals to discuss project goals and problem solve.
  • Monitored inventory to support budget and project goals.
  • Implemented cost-saving measures and process improvements to align with company goals and objectives.
  • Rolled out new processes to achieve operational excellence.
08/1997 to 03/2002
Welder/Fabrication Welder Jim Winn Iron Works City, STATE,
  • Made steel form parts using various cutting equipment and welded part together per specifications.
  • Read and followed blueprints and weld diagrams.
  • Checked cut length frequently for deviation in cut length specs.
  • Deposited intermittent tack welds for fit-up and alignment of work assemblies.
  • Used jigs, fixtures and tools for assembly of parts and components.
  • Fabricated steel molds for concrete using hand and power tools, welding operations and lifting equipment.
  • Stacked finished product on pallets according to packaging standard.
  • Informed forklift personnel or Shift Lead when running low on fab stock requiring welding.
  • Checked angle of pipe on angle table.
  • Soldered together metal components using soldering iron to assemble or repair fabricated products on assembly line.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings for precision and waste reduction.
  • Produced work using appropriate welding techniques, metallurgy knowledge and engineering requirements.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Welded fabrication materials, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Improved project completion time by managing multiple tasks using forklifts and other heavy equipment.
  • Examined [Type] equipment for defects and compared findings to blueprints, deciding on courses of best action for safety and cost.
01/1994 to 01/1995
Welder Trail Masters Trailers City, STATE,
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Followed safety guidelines through proper machine guarding and lockout and tagout procedures.
  • Scraped off excess spatter using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
  • Operated manual and semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments together.
  • Laid out, positioned, aligned and secured parts and assemblies with straightedges, squares and calipers.
  • Monitored fitting, burning and welding processes to avoid overheating parts, warping, shrinking, distortion and expansion of materials.
  • Completed minor torch ups with MIG welders.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Determined welding strategies using metallurgy knowledge, geometry and welding techniques.
  • Used welding skills to help repair and maintain heavy-duty machinery.
  • Repaired structures by dismantling, reshaping and reassembling metal components with cutting torches and hand tools.
  • Operated manual and semi-automatic welding equipment in vertical, horizontal and overhead positions.
  • Read blueprints and drawings and took measurements to plan layout and procedures.
  • Heated and dissolved metal parts to obtain molten substance used in welding or extrusion.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings for precision and waste reduction.
  • Produced work using appropriate welding techniques, metallurgy knowledge and engineering requirements.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Welded fabrication materials, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Cut, contoured and beveled metal and structural shapes to achieve accurate dimensions.
  • Improved project completion time by managing multiple tasks using forklifts and other heavy equipment.
  • Prepared workpiece edges by grinding, cutting, buffing or bending to verify snug fit.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/1994 to to
GED:
Mt Pleasant High School - Mountain Pleasant, Tx,
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Mt Pleasant High School

Job Titles Held:

  • High Production Line Welder
  • Leadman Framing
  • Welder/Fabrication Welder
  • Welder

Degrees

  • GED

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