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Lead Machinist resume example with 9+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Abstract

Innovative Lead Machinist eager to apply deep comprehension of machine programming in CNC machining and use of various machine styles both digital and analog. Experienced supervising and training employees, including students of local technical high schools. Detail-oriented and motivational with exemplary leadership skills. Bringing over 8 years of hands-on experience working with analog and digital machines including, but not limited to, manual lathe and mill, GROB G-550, and Okuma M-560 machines in making various parts for use in the medical industry.

Proficiencies
  • Fluent in Portuguese, comfortable reading and writing
  • Conversational in Spanish, comfortable speaking
  • Proficient with: GROB G-550 5-axis horizontal milling center with 10 pallet tech system, Okuma M-560 4-axis, manual mill and lathe
  • Troubleshooting and operating CMM machine for QI using PC-DMIS
  • Machine and process troubleshooting
  • Machine set-up and operations, assembly
  • Machine and tool maintenance, preventative maintenance
  • Efficiency and operational improvement
  • Quality control and inspection, both parts and materials
  • Blueprint reading
  • Tooling and fixtures
  • CNC and manual equipment
  • Tapping and milling
  • Thread and plug gauges
  • Project organization, adjustment
  • Organization - workspace, prioritization
  • Independent worker, willing to problem solve
  • Process improvement
  • Team management between multiple shifts
  • Power and hand tools
  • Machining and production standards
  • Program modifications and adjustments
  • Polishing and de-burring
  • Customer service, product/service knowledge
  • Administrative support, business operations
  • MS Office Suite, PC and Mac OS
  • Relationship/team development through democratic leadership style
Education & Relevant Certifications

Newtown High School - Graduated 2011

Apprenticeship Completion - September 2016

Machinist Journeyman License - Current

Machine Programmer Level 1

Machine Programmer Level 2

Machine Programmer Level 3

GROB Machine Specialist

Employment History
Sargent Aerospace - Lead Machinist
Franklin, IN, 09/2016 - Current
  • Documented actions by completing production and quality logs.
  • Analyzed finished products to ensure effectiveness and detected any possible defects in design.
  • Maintained work area and equipment cleanliness and followed sanitation and safety procedures.
  • Planned product inventory by checking materials to determine the amount available and anticipated needed materials.
  • Troubleshot and repaired machines to increase productivity and decrease spending.
  • Measured, marked and indicated dimensions and reference points on materials.
  • Regulated machining factors like part speed, feed, coolant flow and depth and angle of cuts.
  • Increased equipment lifespans by incorporating thorough preventive and corrective maintenance processes.
  • Operated hand tools, drill presses, riveting machines and tap burners to safely produce projects.
  • Calibrated machinery to optimize performance according to prescribed standards and specific project needs.
  • Worked closely with team members to deliver project requirements, develop solutions and meet deadlines.
  • Improved operations by working with team members and customers to find workable solutions.
  • Recognized by management for providing exceptional customer service.
  • Earned reputation for good attendance and hard work.
Circor International - Machinist Apprentice
Sandy, UT, 09/2012 - 09/2016
  • Assisted with finishing processes, including cleaning and deburring material, maintenance and clean-up for each job.
  • Reviewed machine schedule board for daily machining needs, communicating with supervisors and team members to contribute optimal value to daily production.
  • Operated numerically-controlled machine tools to perform series of progressive machining operations on repetitive work to close and exact tolerances and precise finish specifications.
  • Attended monthly training meetings to provide feedback on quality of instruction and report on training progress and personal improvement.
  • Set up, adjusted and checked machine programming for each job, configuring equipment according to project specifications.
  • Cleaned and organized work area daily, performing routine maintenance on machinery and observing safety guidelines to prepare workplace for safe and effective productivity.
  • Communicated with supervisors, machine programmers or lead machinist to address any concerns with programs.
  • Made appropriate corrections with offsets for tool wear, broken tools or casting variations.
  • Worked from programming instructions, operational data and machine setup instructions to perform machining work.
  • Managed scheduled hours, estimating hours accurately and communicating to supervisor estimated over or under hours.
  • Calibrated machinery to optimize performance according to prescribed standards and specific project needs.
  • Measured, marked and indicated dimensions and reference points on materials.
  • Operated hand tools, drill presses, riveting machines and tap burners to safely produce projects.
  • Sharpened, replaced and tracked cutting tools to adhere to strict quality control and usage schedules.
  • Regulated machining factors like part speed, feed, coolant flow and depth and angle of cuts.
  • Troubleshot and repaired machines to increase productivity and decrease spending.
Tier One Solutions - Shop Floor Assistant
City, STATE, 03/2012 - 09/2012
  • Recorded machine maintenance data in daily logs.
  • Troubleshot problems with equipment to make repairs or report diagnostics to supervisors.
  • Helped machine operators set up and tend equipment to complete runs.
  • Moved items between machines, conveyors and transport equipment based on current production needs.
  • Completed product assembly according to standardized procedures.
  • Volunteered to take on additional shifts during peak periods to keep projects with tight deadlines moving forward.
  • Recognized defective material and reported issues to management to facilitate prompt resolution.
  • Unloaded incoming products off trucks, sorted items in staging area and transported items to final storage locations.
  • Attended all company-offered training sessions to improve skills and learn operation of new machines.
  • Monitored processes to avoid overloading and keep machinery functioning properly.
  • Built and packaged products to complete daily work orders.
  • Operated hand trucks, forklifts and scissor lifts.
  • Set up and operated production equipment according to daily work orders and safety procedures.

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