machinist resume example with 19+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Reliable Machinist skilled at reading and following machine schematics and standard operating procedures. Meticulous and systematic with excellent critical thinking and problem-solving abilities. Accomplished in manufacturing and repairing precision parts and instruments. Competent heavy equipment mechanic successfully repairs equipment, completes side work and performs preventive maintenance. Consistently produces components to accuracy of developed practices and processes. Implements solutions to quality issues and properly reports performance output.

  • De-burring
  • Tapping and milling
  • Tooling and fixtures
  • CNC and manual equipment
  • Scheduled maintenance
  • Proper parts storage
  • Machinery testing
  • Reporting and documentation
  • Repair work
  • Parts replacement
  • Diagnostic procedures
  • Hand and power tools
  • Auto body fabrication
  • In-depth knowledge of varied makes and models
  • Repair estimate experience
  • Ability to interpret schematics
  • Collision repair
  • Welding experience
  • Attentive to detail
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Dependable and punctual
  • Damage repairs
Machinist, 04/2018 - Current
Alamo Group Lakeville, NY,
  • Calibrated machinery to optimize performance according to prescribed standards and specific project needs.
  • Fabricated tools, jigs and fixtures to meet manufacturing and engineering needs.
  • 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.
  • Constructed appropriate offset corrections for tool wear, broken tools and casting variations.
  • Selected appropriate speeds and feeds according to metal type and finish specifications.
  • Executed bench, machine and hand tool work by shaping, fitting and assembling machine parts from metal stock.
  • Dismantled and inspected components to complete necessary adjustments and repairs.
  • Maintained logs, lists and files and promptly completed all necessary paperwork.
  • Monitored and adjusted processes or equipment to improve quality and productivity.
  • Designed detailed preventive maintenance schedules to enhance tool performance.
  • Troubleshot and repaired machines to increase productivity and decrease spending.
  • Measured and marked dimensions and reference points to meet precise specifications.
  • Monitored feed and speed of machines during machining process to report problems and required repairs.
  • Trained, directed and instructed apprentices and helpers to increase production levels and meet established goals.
  • Increased equipment lifespans by incorporating thorough preventive and corrective maintenance processes.
  • Gauged and maintained tolerances on grinding diameters, depths, squareness and parallelism.
Mechanic, 08/2013 - 04/2018
Flightsafety International Inc. Houston, TX,
  • Executed preventive and corrective maintenance on work trucks and other vehicles.
  • Monitored shop equipment to maintain safe working condition.
  • Performed generator troubleshooting and diagnostics of equipment.
  • Interpreted drawings and schematics to pinpoint sources of mechanical issues.
  • Maintained knowledge of updated changes in various models of equipment.
  • Safely connected all electrical wiring to control panels and electric motors.
  • Kept detailed records of all repairs, labor involved, and parts used and input data to customer database.
  • Carried out scheduled and routine maintenance on small and large equipment.
  • Properly adjusted counterweights, door mechanisms, and safety controls.
  • Prepared appropriate maintenance forms and records for accountability.
  • Assisted customers in loading and unloading processes for products and equipment.
  • Assisted drivers by safely directing vehicle backward to position correctly.
  • Wrote up detailed repair orders outlining all actions and estimated costs.
  • Calibrated repaired systems to meet performance specifications outlined by manufacturers.
  • Adjusted, repaired or replaced defective equipment parts.
  • Rebuilt components and systems to correct faults and achieve desired performance levels.
  • Tested electronic components and computer controls with specialized devices.
  • Used diagnostics and troubleshooting tools to identify failures and equipment issues.
  • Examined all critical vehicle systems and parts to determine appropriate repairs and costs.
Heavy Equipment Operator/Mechanical Technician, 08/2001 - 08/2013
Witty Dozer And Heavy Winching City, STATE,
  • Focused on repairing equipment and worked on other brands, maintaining strong knowledge of issues and appropriate fixes.
  • Troubleshot and diagnosed issues.
  • Disassembled equipment using hand tools and hoists to begin repair work.
  • Assessed equipment to determine the cause of issue or malfunction and identified the type of repair that would be required.
  • Removed defective wiring systems, hydraulics and braking systems and replaced with new parts, enabling machines to return to service.
  • Located and removed outdated, malfunctioning and worn components to repair, refurbish or replace with new parts.
  • Utilized various methods to perform routine and preventative maintenance tasks on heavy equipment, including excavators and dozers.
  • Kept accurate records of all machine and equipment repair work that had been performed.
  • Worked in shop and at customer locations to handle heavy equipment repair, maintenance and commissioning needs.
  • Read and interpreted technical details such as schematics, manuals and drawings.
  • Improved operations by working with team members and customers to find workable solutions.
  • Diagnosed problems with brakes, steering and transmissions using visual inspections, computer programs and specialized equipment.
  • Reviewed repairs with customers and advocated for vehicle safety.
  • Placed orders for parts necessary to complete vehicle repairs and installations.
  • Put in new vehicle systems and components.
  • Removed and disassembled defective diesel engines in automobiles, trucks, buses and construction vehicles to complete repairs.
  • Operated specialty equipment, standard tools, and gauges to complete assessments and repairs.
  • Completed preventative maintenance on engines, transmissions, tires and other vehicle systems.
  • Performed checklist of fluid levels, air filter, tire pressure and more as part of service orders.
  • Evaluated all vehicle systems to assess function and uncover defects.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1999
Oklahoma Union High School - Lenapah, OK
Status -
Certified : Auto Collision Repair , Expected in 05/1999
Tri County Technology Center - Bartlesville, OK
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School Attended

  • Oklahoma Union High School
  • Tri County Technology Center

Job Titles Held:

  • Machinist
  • Mechanic
  • Heavy Equipment Operator/Mechanical Technician


  • High School Diploma
  • Certified

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