Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Quality-focused Injection Molding Process Technician with superior knowledge of machine operations and management and to cut costs and increase productivity. Expert in automation and vision system repairs with fantastic multitasking abilities. Dedicated to high standards of safety, quality and production.

Detail-oriented Injection Molding Process Technician with 5 years of injection molding experience. Trained in automation and vision systems use with great track record of resourcefulness and reliability. Safety-conscious worker committed to efficiency and collaboration.

Dependable team member trained in register operations and customer service. Contributes to smooth front-end operations and goes beyond requirements to handle customer needs. Reliable, team-oriented, and efficiently completes assignments.

Committed job seeker with a history of meeting company needs with consistent and organized practices. Skilled in working under pressure and adapting to new situations and challenges to best enhance the organizational brand.

Owner and management of small businesses

Electrical and safety standards

  • Product Storage
  • Product Sampling
  • Schematic Reading
  • Inspection Experience
  • Relationship Building
  • Reliable & Trustworthy
  • Friendly, Positive Attitude
  • Customer Service
  • PPE Use
  • Training & Development
  • Good Work Ethic
  • Active Listening
  • Supervision & Leadership
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Problem Resolution
  • Team Management
  • Critical Thinking
  • Planning & Organizing
Injection Molding Technician, 09/2017 to Current
Fortune Brands Home & SecurityDurham, NC,
  • Adjusted daily work procedures to meet schedules and maintain product quality standards.
  • Performed routine preventive maintenance and upkeep of production equipment to maximize performance and minimize downtime.
  • Trimmed excess material and reduced waste with precise measurements and execution.
  • Maintained high levels of quality standards by closely monitoring progress and effectively streamlining procedures.
  • Update injection mold setting after each mold change
  • Constantly monitor and make changes to molding process for 12 or more injection molding machines
  • Setting up automation for robots and vision systems
  • Daily oiling greasing and cleaning
TNT Coins , 04/2011 to 01/2017
Bd (Becton, Dickinson And Company)Milwaukee, WI,
  • Greeted customers promptly and responded to questions.
  • Welcomed customers, offering assistance to help find store items.
  • Remained aware of surroundings and secured cash to minimize loss potential.
  • Counted and balanced cashier drawers.
  • Provided training to store employees covering areas such as cash handling procedures and security requirements.
  • Kept check-out areas clean, organized and well-stocked to maintain attractive store.
  • Processed customer payments quickly and returned exact change and receipts.
  • Established or identified prices of goods and services and tabulated bills with optical price scanners and cash registers.
  • Packaged orders submitted online or via telephone, carefully selecting inventory, addressing correctly and dispatching to appropriate personnel for delivery or shipping.
  • Maintained work area and kept cash drawer organized.
  • Boosted customer satisfaction levels by going extra mile to personalize service for each customer.
  • Balanced overall budget, measuring daily cash access needs against money safe contents and communicating with managers to replenish supply of cash on hand when necessary.
  • Answered customer phone calls, personally addressing questions within scope of competence and forwarding calls to other departments or managers as appropriate.
  • Answered customers' questions and provided information on store procedures or policies.
  • Manage all operations with three different stores as owner
Quality Control Inspector, 02/2007 to 04/2011
Bloom EnergyLos Angeles, CA,
  • Completed non-destructive tests and conducted continuous inspections.
  • Made adjustments to equipment or calibrated instruments to required tolerances.
  • Trained newly hired employees by explaining company procedures, job duties and performance expectations.
  • Examined products and materials for defects or deviations to remove or discard non-conforming items.
  • Assessed materials, parts and products for conformance with quality control requirements and production specifications.
  • Recommended essential corrective actions based on test results.
  • Documented nonconformities and recommended techniques for prompt resolution.
  • Notified supervisors or other relevant personnel of test or production issues.
  • Selected samples for use as test models.
  • Documented inspection results by completing reports and logs and summarizing and entering data into quality database.
  • Recommended improvement measures to production process to meet quality control standards.
  • Produced official reports of findings to meet regulatory standards and assist senior leadership with improving operations.
  • Identified production concerns and worked with supervisors to understand and remedy situations.
  • Learned new testing methods through continued education and research.
  • Oversaw disposal of products, materials and equipment not in compliance with tolerances, safety standards or quality levels.
  • Noted changes during testing in project documentation.
  • Inspection process and production for KFC
Electrical Technician, 06/2004 to 10/2006
Power ConcepsCity, STATE,
  • Compiled and maintained records documenting engineering schematics and installed equipment.
  • Frequently worked overtime, weekends and holidays.
  • Assembled and tested components, wiring and systems, locating and correcting faults to optimize production results.
  • Maintained inventory of parts for immediate and emergency repairs.
  • Interpreted electrical and mechanical schematics, blueprints and diagrams.
  • Assembled electrical systems or prototypes using hand tools or measuring instruments.
  • Read and worked from electronic blueprint drawings.
  • Provided electrical services and control wiring for diverse locations.
  • Connected and repaired equipment based on mechanical drawings and electrical prints.
  • Ruff wired houses and completed all finish work
Education and Training
Ford AAA Blueprint Reading Electrical : Automotive And Electrical , Expected in 05/2003
Votec - Keyser, WV,
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2003
Frankfort High School - Short Gap Wv ,
: Manal And CNC Machist , Expected in
Robot C Byrd Institute For Machist - Rocket Center Wv,
  • Completed coursework in English, machine operations
  • Learn how to make tooling from stock

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  • Frankfort High School
  • Robot C Byrd Institute For Machist

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  • Injection Molding Technician
  • TNT Coins
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  • High School Diploma
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