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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary

Manufacturing professional brings experience in production, fabrication and forklift operation. Results-oriented with excellent interpersonal skills.

Skills
  • Schematic Reading
  • Pneumatic Tool Use
  • Crane and Hoist Equipment Operation
  • Supervision & Leadership
  • Friendly, Positive Attitude
  • Critical Thinking
  • Training & Development
  • Good Work Ethic
  • Drilling and Tapping Skills
  • PPE Use
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Quality Control
  • Manufacturing Experience
  • Machinery Operation
  • Workplace Safety
  • Rig-Up Procedures
  • Heavy Lifting
  • Creating Safety Programs
  • Staff Training
  • Blueprint Interpretation
  • Equipment Inspection/Maintenance
  • Safety Training
  • Safety Documentation and Materials
  • Precision Measuring Instruments
  • Hoisting Equipment
  • Mechanical Assembly
  • Maintenance & Repair
  • Safety Procedures
Experience
04/2004 to 02/2022 Machine Assembler / Machinist Jeff Wyler Automotive Family | Batavia, IL,
  • Retrieved correct materials from product inventory to perform various fabrication duties.
  • Assessed work for errors or compliance issues and made corrections or modifications.
  • Verified conformance of parts to stock lists or blueprints using calipers, gauges or micrometers.
  • Inspected and tested completed products to verify function, machine capabilities or conformance to customer specifications.
  • Laid out and drilled, tapped or cut parts for assembly.
  • Inspected assemblies for defects during various stages of production.
  • Read and interpreted assembly blueprints or specifications manuals to plan assembly or building operations.
  • Positioned or aligned components for assembly, manually or using hoists.
  • Reworked, repaired or replace damaged parts or assemblies.
  • Utilized heavy machinery and various tools to measure and assemble units according to specifications.
  • Documented errors and quality issues for engineering department.
  • Operated wide range of hand and power tools safely, properly and efficiently.
  • Kept work areas organized and clean to maximize productivity.
  • Provided onsite training of new hires.
  • Received and staged deliveries using forklifts, cranes and pallet jacks.
  • Used design drawings, schematics and manuals to assemble equipment independently and in a team environment.
  • Used measuring instruments to inspect parts.
  • Organized and updated SDS/MSDS files.
  • Operate manual lathe
  • Assemble hydraulic and pneumatic manifolds
  • Positioned or aligned components for assembly.
  • Set-up and operated lathes, mills and grinders to cut raw materials.
  • Interfaced with machines to adjust settings or tools, driving high-quality production.
  • Worked from layout and work order and set up machines to produce required parts.
  • Compared numerical displays with process sheet data to verify dimensional adjustments.
  • Kept parts within close tolerances of design standards to maintain optimal quality.
  • Monitored machine operation at control panel and adjusted settings to create desired pieces.
  • Installed correct tooling according to machine set-up sheets.
  • Edited speeds and feeds in CNC program for different production runs.
  • Adjusted tool positions and machine controls to desired timing, clearance and tolerance settings.
  • Identified, documented and recommended corrective procedures for safety concerns.
  • Managed safety meetings and training workshops to inform workers of new policies and educate on safety practices.
  • Conducted regular inspections of facilities to check compliance with fire, hazard and safety guidelines.
  • Maintained adequate supply of approved safety and PPE supplies for work force.
  • Used rigging, hoists and equipment to move heavy machinery between locations and complete installations.
  • Read blueprints and sketches to fabricate equipment, make modifications and establish work procedures.
  • Assembled moving parts and sub-assemblies and adjusted, leveled and tensioned machines and components.
  • Dismantled machines, categorized parts by carefully documenting components and moved equipment for shipment.
08/2003 to 04/2004 Parts Counter Person Department Of Defense | East Hartford, CT,
  • Received and stocked incoming merchandise, arranging items in correct locations.
  • Received, examined and reshelved returned parts.
  • Opened crates to replenish stocked items in proper aisles.
  • Placed inventory numbers on parts to properly identify items for counter associates.
  • Reviewed catalogs and computer databases to search and locate correct parts for customer equipment according to make, model and year.
  • Answered inquiries, resolved problems and finalized parts sales at counter and by telephone.
  • Ordered or purchased supplies to maintain optimum inventory.
  • Wrote and recorded orders for merchandise or entered orders into computers.
  • Prepared packages for shipping and determined most economical shipping methods.
  • Maintained inventory of shipping materials and supplies.
  • Contacted transport companies and suppliers to expedite, trace, or return shipments.
  • Performed scheduled inventory audits per to verify accuracy and product availability.
06/2000 to 07/2003 Small Engine Mechanic Tubbs Hardware | City, STATE,
  • Conducted preventive maintenance and repaired small engines by lubricating parts, cleaning components and restoring damaged areas.
  • Repaired wide variety of small engine machinery by restoring transmissions, carburetors, differentials, fuel pumps, distributors, starters, valves and various systems.
  • Followed company and manufacturer guidelines for completing repairs.
  • Documented work performed on each piece of machinery to back up customer invoices.
  • Filled out warranty claims with serial and model numbers.
  • Kept workshop and bench area tidy and clean.
  • Used chemicals and high-pressure water systems to clean engines and equipment after repairs.
  • Inspected, replaced and repaired defective parts and completed preventive maintenance.
  • Managed parts inventory, order tracking and repair documentation by keeping detailed and accurate records.
06/1980 to 06/2000 Aircraft Maintenance Support NCOIC United States Air Force | , ,
  • Researched, read and interpreted technical manuals and guidelines before inspections, installations and repairs.
  • Assembled and installed mechanical, hydraulic and structural components and accessories using appropriate tools.
  • Inspected completed work to certify that maintenance adhered to standards and procedures.
  • Utilized drawings and schematics to install, remove and modify aircraft structures, systems and components.
  • Removed aircraft parts such as engines, pumps and landing gear.
  • Reviewed work orders and discussed with supervisors.
  • Recorded maintenance performance in aircraft logbooks and completed other paperwork requirements.
  • Completed flightline, hangar maintenance and repairs on assigned aircraft.
  • Used current data and proper tools to perform maintenance.
  • Performed troubleshooting and diagnostic procedures to locate source of malfunctions.
  • Performed time compliance technical orders and service instructions to install structural components.
  • Requested aviation parts and supplies before scheduled repairs to meet inventory needs.
  • Kept aircraft and support equipment working safely and according to performance requirements.
  • Determined schedules, sequences and assignments for work activities, based on priority, quantity of equipment and personnel skill.
  • Created work crew schedules and delegated assignments.
  • Established and enforced clear safety policies to protect workers from injury.
  • Maintained optimal supply levels to meet expected demands without overreaching budget targets.
  • Kept records of parts and equipment used in projects to update inventory.
  • Delegated work to staff, setting priorities and goals.
Education and Training
Expected in to to Associate of Science | Aircraft Management United States Air Force, Montgomery, AL, GPA:
Additional Information

Memberships

  • Machinist Union Local 86
  • Spokane Gun Club

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • United States Air Force

Job Titles Held:

  • Machine Assembler / Machinist
  • Parts Counter Person
  • Small Engine Mechanic
  • Aircraft Maintenance Support NCOIC

Degrees

  • Associate of Science

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