Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Able-bodied Manufacturing Worker lends 10+ years of experience in Logistics and Assembly. History of collaboration in complex, team-based environments. Comfortable standing for long periods while performing range of motions and lifting heavy components. Complete understanding of regulatory safety measures. Safety-oriented individual with superior knowledge of OSHA regulatory safety protocols and practices. Hardworking Material Handler with 10+ years of experience working closely with other staff and leaders to move goods efficiently. Alert when transporting heavy loads hazardous materials. Team-player quick to communicate issues and work with others to resolve. Excellent listening and problem-solving skills paired with deep foundational grasp of thresholds for equipment quality. Solid track record over more than 10+ years.

  • Standards Compliance
  • Corrective Action Planning
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Product and Parts Inspection
  • Work Area Cleaning
  • Work Order Review
  • Distribution Support
  • Work Order Interpretation
  • Lean Manufacturing Processes
  • Safe Operations Management
  • Equipment Operation
  • Decision Making
  • Container Tagging and Marking
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Kaizen and Kanban
  • Warehouse Operations
  • Lean Six Sigma
  • Visual Inspection
  • Component Installation
  • Production Equipment Assessment
  • Specifications Verification
Logistics Material Handler, Assembly Line Worker, 11/2011 to Current
American AirlinesBaltimore, MD,
  • Directed items according to established routing schemes using computer-controlled keyboards and scanning equipment to assist mail-sorting processes.
  • Disposed of debris and hazardous materials properly to avoid contamination.
  • Utilized forklift to move inventory items.
  • Loaded completed orders on pallets according to delivery numbers.
  • Operated lift equipment to safely move stock in and out of high bay areas and around premises.
  • Collaborated with other movers when loading large equipment to prevent potential accidents.
  • Cleaned empty storage areas to achieve proper sanitation regulations and make area fit for future use.
  • Counted number of boxes or units in loading docks to confirm proper completion of work orders.
  • Worked with internal departments to locate missing packages and remedy incorrect deliveries.
  • Kept up to date on safety procedures and correct lifting techniques to prevent injuries.
  • Tagged and wrote identifying information on containers, boxes and cargo.
  • Organized warehouse inventory according to warehouse plan.
  • Packed boxes and stock using organizational guidelines.
  • Loaded cargo onto transportation devices and attached affixing tools to achieve safe transportation.
  • Placed bracing, straps and other protective devices onto items in transit to prevent damage.
  • Relocated goods from dock area to appropriate storage locations.
  • Inspected product load for accuracy to foster timely and complete delivery.
  • Scheduled or performed needed maintenance on equipment to promote longevity of use.
  • Employed hand signals to communicate effectively with coworkers operating transport vehicles and direct movements from floor.
  • Drove gasoline- or electric-powered vehicles to transport materials between loading, processing and storage areas.
  • Loaded, unloaded, transported and stacked materials through careful operation of various warehouse equipment.
  • Communicated with team members to coordinate efficient and accurate movements.
  • Tracked parcel movement using hand-held scanners and daily production sheets to keep records accurate.
  • Loaded and unloaded shipments from trucks and picked up and moved heavy packages and items using forklifts.
  • Coordinated cargo unloading with other workers to achieve efficient and safe transportation.
  • Checked incoming deliveries for quality and quantity to promptly identify damage or issues pertaining to orders.
  • Used scanners to track parcel information, condition or receipt.
  • Placed bins, carts and containers in convenient locations to assist with loading efficiency.
  • Unloaded cargo from trucks with mechanized equipment.
  • Assembled components by examining connections for correct fit, fastening parts and subassemblies.
  • Logged unit quantities and entered data into inventory database.
Material Logistics Specialist, 09/2019 to 07/2022
Varex ImagingLas Vegas, NV,
  • Essential Duties of the Job
  • As a forklift driver my primary responsibilities unloading and load warehouse material
  • Optimizing loads to ensure operational efficiency and parts delivered properly
  • Maintained inventories and storing product
  • Operated Double Deep forklift to move material through the facility
  • Operated Raymond order picker and reach truck, received tickets and scanned parts
  • Supported logistics department by leveraging existing resources with cost-effective savings.
  • Verified inventory computations by comparing to physical counts of stock and investigating discrepancies.
  • Stayed informed of logistics technology advances to apply appropriate solutions and improve processes.
Material Handler, 11/2014 to 07/2017
JW Aluminum-MAU JobsiteCity, STATE,
  • Tracked parcel movement using hand-held scanners and daily production sheets to keep records accurate.
  • Collaborated with other movers when loading large equipment to prevent potential accidents.
  • Organized warehouse inventory according to warehouse plan.
  • Placed bins, carts and containers in convenient locations to assist with loading efficiency.
Casting Machine Operator, 06/2011 to 04/2014
MAU-Mercedes-Daimler Vans ManufacturingCity, STATE,
  • Became a casting operator in, that produced aluminum sheet coils width 53 inches length 29 inches circle layered rolls weighing 15,000 lbs
  • To 30,000 lbs
  • Responsible for maintaining a heat temperature of 1,275 - 1,285 degrees
  • Consist of molting medal running from a trough into a caster machine to produce hared aluminum sheets of medal
  • Required appropriate (PPE) safety glasses, steel toe boots, cotton log sleeve uniforms, mill gloves, helmet, and face shield
  • Also Required a tape measure, marking tools, and required to lift 45 lbs
  • Continuously
  • Skim flux box every hour to make sure the caster is running 100% accurately
  • Making sure heat burners are putting out proper heat index to caster
  • Rolling Department:
  • Certified to drive a Hoist Lift Truck capacity weight 45,300 lbs
  • (Held this position as the only hoist lift truck driver in the entire warehouse.)
  • Responsible for moving all coils in the entire warehouse
  • Moved coils weighing in at 15,000lbs
  • To 30,000 lbs
  • To various location in the warehouse for stacking on top of each other on various rows and columns
  • Movement locations was Cold Mill, I Mill, K Mill, and Annealing (Annealing is heated and has 12 different Annealers ovens) every day
  • Also moved coils for 11 different casting work stations
  • Responsible for moving coils to multiple work stations in a safe and timely manner
  • Daily fork truck pre inspection which required hydraulic fork check, hydraulic oil, engine oil, tire, belts, miles, diesel fluid (add a full tank of diesel fluid at the beginning and end of shift) and meet all safety regulations
  • Reduced health and safety risks with strict adherence to safety protocols and PPE requirements.
  • Looked through work orders to determine type and quantity of materials needed for each production batch.
  • Produced quality products by palletizing, packaging and assembling finished items.
  • Documented daily production data and submitted accurate time logs to keep management up-to-date.
  • Set up machines for various jobs to maintain compliance with manufacturing thresholds and waste reduction initiatives.
  • Established and adjusted feed rates and cutting parameters to keep operations in line with production demands.
Education and Training
CPR/AED/Basic First Aid Training: , Expected in 06/2010
Dorchester County Economic Development - Summerville, SC
Pre-Employment Manufacturing Training: , Expected in 12/2007
Trident Technical College - Dorchester, SC
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2002
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January 24, 2008 Work Keys-Ready Certificate- St. George: , Expected in
- , SC
SAP Computer System Heller Machine System Data and log file system Forklift Certified-JW Aluminum Power Industrial Truck Certifed-IFA Group Mobile Elevated Work Platform Certified-IFA Group

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