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Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Diligent Assembly worker contributes to team-based mechanics assembly for safe, efficient work environment. Assembled over 180 products per hour in fast-paced environment by applying strong multi-tasking, organizational and teamwork abilities to meet challenging demands. Good technical and mechanical knowledge developed over 7 years of related experience.

Skills
  • QC
  • Production Equipment Assessment
  • Expert assembler
  • Visual inspections
  • Quality assurance controls
  • Machinery operations
  • Product assembly
  • Power and hand tools
  • Manufacturing experience
  • Production background
  • Problem resolution
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Coordination
Experience
Line Associate, 03/2020 to 06/2021
Basic American FoodsCincinnati, OH,
  • Checked parts against stock lists, blueprints and material specifications to verify compliance with standards.
  • Set and verified parts clearances to prevent jams or wasted materials.
  • Positioned and aligned components to complete accurate assembly work.
  • Smoothed surfaces to enhance alignment of parts and finishes.
  • Inspected finished parts and components to enforce QA standards and uncover defects prior to packaging.
  • Removed physical refuse and debris, organizing tools to maintain safe, effective work environment.
  • Maintained work area safety and appearance, focusing on safety, organization and cleanliness.
  • Stored and disposed of hazardous materials according to regulatory standards and organizational expectations to prevent environmental contamination and injury.
  • Supported QA measures by visually inspecting items and removing defective elements.
  • Formed assemblies and subassemblies using Air and Mechanical tools.
  • Assisted assessment of finalized product development to maintain QC standards.
  • Recognized defective material and reported issues to management to facilitate prompt resolution.
  • Inspected and tested final products to verify conformance to established tolerances.
  • Adjusted equipment, including Suspension and Brakes to maintain optimal performance.
  • Reviewed project specifications and documentation to understand task and deadline requirements.
  • Calculated materials consumption, hourly rates and relevant assembly details using mathematical skills.
  • Used established assembly instructions to complete jobs efficiently.
  • Contributed to team-based environment to maintain line productivity and meet expected deadlines.
  • Assembled component parts of Rear Suspension item and completed hand-finishing of final products.
  • Used mechanical and trouble-shooting skills to complete component assembly with minimal supervision, meeting project expectations.
  • Orchestrated organizational assembly strategy to produce products to conform to design specifications.
  • Determined root cause for machinery malfunction by performing in line and electrical troubleshooting tasks.
  • Boxed, labeled and moved items to keep production lines moving swiftly.
  • Removed scratches and imperfections using paint pen and tap and dye to improve product quality.
Brick Laborer, 03/2021 to 04/2021
Jerry Seiner South JordanSouth Jordan, UT,
  • Formed edges and molded joints with edging tools and jointers.
  • Prepared concrete by mixing water with cement, sand and gravel.
  • Prepared surfaces for work by cleaning with Trial.
  • Laid building materials such as ceramic tile, bricks, concrete blocks and glass blocks using mortar or other substances to join.
  • Smoothed final surfaces by removing excess mortar and finishing joints.
  • Leveled and smoothed concrete using Trial to create level surfaces.
  • Restored mortar joints by removing mortar to exact depth using Trial to replace with fresh mortar.
  • Cut and split bricks or other materials to fit using Chisel.
  • Built bracing systems, forms and supports for pouring foundations and construction.
  • Readied work areas by clearing and smoothing surfaces and adjoining structures.
  • Configured expansion joints and edges with related tools.
  • Laid bricks or blocks in the proper configurations according to plans.
  • Applied coatings to masonry, including stains, sealer and curing agents.
  • Moved bricks, tools and supplies with equipment such as forklifts and hand trucks.
Service Porter, 11/2020 to 02/2021
Harley Davidson MotorCity, STATE,
  • Maintained inventory of all necessary supplies.
  • Supported parts department with deliveries and pickups as needed.
  • Removed trash from all rooms and placed garbage and recycling receptacles in approved areas for trash pickup.
  • Inspected vehicles for stains and debris and returned clean and tidy vehicle to customer.
  • Maintained grounds, buildings and organized vehicle lot and storage areas.
  • Provided transport for customers and dealership personnel
  • Contributed to service ticket writing and tagging of customer vehicles.
  • Tracked and documented completed duties.
  • Sanitized frequented areas and equipment using approved supplies.
  • Maintained clean and tidy appearance in guest areas, such as reception, waiting areas and hallways.
  • Performed basic maintenance and cleaning as needed.
  • Demonstrated dedication and work ethic through consistent attendance and top-level performance.
  • Completed assigned cleaning duties, including sweeping, floor maintenance and window-washing.
  • Completed custodial rounds, including sweeping and vacuuming, glass cleaning and trash collecting.
  • Cleaned various work areas by mopping, vacuuming and performing Preventative maintenece.
  • Coordinated activities of porters and provided training to improve skills.
  • Trained employees in proper operational procedures and shared company policies and regulations.
  • Created work schedules to provide quality service to customers as well as maintain employee satisfaction.
  • Inspected equipment and work stations to comply with established standards and regulations.
  • Observed employee performance and provided valuable feedback using online performance evaluation software.
  • Reviewed inventory, assessed needs and placed parts orders to keep stock available for employees.
  • Listened to customer feedback and responded to maintain or improve processes.
  • Collaborated with staff members to plan training seminars and team-building events.
91B Vehicle Mechanic, 11/2016 to 11/2019
United States ArmyCity, STATE,
  • Conducted routine preventive maintenance checks and services on all company vehicles.
  • Performed scheduled services and preventive maintenance checks on all assigned vehicles.
  • Supervise and coordinate over 3 vehicles to receive modifications with outside agencies.
  • Performed repairs, including removing, cleaning and replacing parts and systems.
  • Inspected, serviced, repaired, replaced, adjusted and tested vehicle systems, subsystems and components.
  • Ordered special replacement parts and components for heavy equipment.
  • Repaired electrical wiring of vehicle systems, including harness, starting and charging systems.
  • Examined vehicles to determine extent of damage or malfunctions.
  • Maintained power assisted brake systems, wheeled vehicle suspension systems, wheel and hub assemblies and wheeled vehicle hydraulic steering systems.
  • Conducted test drives before and after repair services.
  • Helped customers achieve even wear on tires with timely rotation and balancing.
  • Completed standard inspections to assess wear and damage to vehicles.
  • Assessed tread depth and discussed safety levels with customers.
  • Removed old oil, replace filters and added correct amount of new engine oil.
  • Used technical manuals and repair documentation to plan and implement high-quality corrections to various owner issues.
  • Reviewed brakes and assessed whether pads needed replacement, discs should be turned or other service requirements.
  • Checked vehicle mileage and determined necessary maintenance, including belts, fluids flushing or gasket replacements.
  • Utilized standard procedures to conduct accurate emissions tests.
  • Achieved cost-savings by developing functional solutions to mechanical problems.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2016
Pleasant Valley High School - Jacksonville, AL
GPA:
: Collision Repair , Expected in 05/2016
Calhoun County Career Technical Center - Jacksonville, AL,
GPA:
: Psychology, Expected in
Upper Iowa University - Fayette, IA
GPA:
Certifications
  • Heavy Equipment Operator License - 2017

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School Attended
  • Pleasant Valley High School
  • Calhoun County Career Technical Center
  • Upper Iowa University
Job Titles Held:
  • Line Associate
  • Brick Laborer
  • Service Porter
  • 91B Vehicle Mechanic
Degrees
  • High School Diploma

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