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

Skilled and detail-oriented Sheet Metal Mechanic with strong background fabricating and installing. sheet metal components and systems. Reviews orders, specifications and applicable codes to create safe, durable structures. Works effectively alone or with team members to meet continuous work demands.

Skills
  • Mechanics
  • Machinist
  • Drawing and schematic interpretation
  • Metal cutting safety
  • Power tool use
  • Critical thinking
  • PPE use
  • Collaboration
  • Working collaboratively
  • Teambuilding
  • Communication
  • Metal joint repairs
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Drilling
  • Tooling and fixtures
  • Tapping and milling
  • Equipment set up
  • Schematics reading
  • Machine calibration
  • Parts fabrication
  • Pipe fitters
  • Read the blueprint set up and done
  • Installers
  • Insulation
  • Running different construction equipment
  • Power tools
  • OSHA 10
  • Quick learning
Experience
07/2020 to Current Mechanics Technician Nations Roof | Gilbert, AZ,
  • Interpreted drawings and schematics to pinpoint sources of mechanical issues.
  • Rebuilt components and systems to correct faults and achieve desired performance levels.
  • Monitored shop equipment to maintain safe working condition.
  • Maintained knowledge of updated changes in various models of equipment.
  • Attended all safety and training meetings to learn techniques to avoid injuries and mishaps.
  • Properly adjusted counterweights, door mechanisms, and safety controls.
  • Insulating pipe,tank,duct and more.
03/2016 to 04/2020 Sheet Metal Installers Victory Packaging | Houston, TX,

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  • Interpreted blueprints and schematics to determine duct placement.
  • Used power tools to grind, sand and polish metals, plastics and wood products.
  • Fabricated and altered parts with metal hammers, punches, drills and shears.
  • Prepared metals for industrial processes by cleaning, degreasing and removing impurities from raw materials.
  • Fastened seams and joints together to assemble components into sheet metal products.
  • Installed, altered and repaired sheet metal products and equipment, including ducts and hoods for HVAC systems.
  • Cut, punched and threaded sheet metal using power saws, drill presses, hand and power shears, pan and box brakes and cleat benders and rollers.
  • Trimmed, filed, ground, buffed and smoothed surfaces, seams and joints of assembled parts.
  • Accurately selected gauges and types of sheet metal and non-metallic material.
  • Measured work piece dimensions to determine machine operation accuracy.
  • Performed finishes by trimming and deburring to create smooth surfaces and joints of assembled parts.
  • Achieved maximum efficiency by working with large crews to install ductwork in existing and new builds.
  • Shaped and straightened twisted metal items to correct damage and restore ideal appearances.
  • Interpreted blueprints, drawings, and written and verbal instructions to set up jobs.
  • Skillfully marked, engraved and embossed designs into unique and mass-production items.
  • Analyzed all required blueprints, drawings, work orders and sketches to correctly fabricate and install products and parts.
  • Unloaded and stored raw material deliveries.
  • Maintained and repaired equipment and facilities.
  • Measured and inspected parts with calipers, scales, and micrometers.
  • Bent, fitted and brazed pipes according to precise specifications.
  • Met company standard times and individual productivity goals consistently.
  • Maintained strict quality requirements using scales, calipers and micrometers.
  • Cut, shaped, and bent metal plates, sheets, tubes and structures.
  • Built simple and complex aircraft mechanical assemblies and sub-assemblies.
  • Operated drill presses, milling machines, rivet and hardware presses safely and correctly.
  • Troubleshot, repaired and serviced hand tools, power tools and other machining equipment.
  • Lifted and moved items weighing over 100pounds.
07/2014 to 02/2016 Machine Operator Shaeffler Group USA INC | City, STATE,
  • Selected proper cutting tools, calculating parameters to manufacture components and parts.
  • Read and understood blueprints, product specifications and tooling instructions to plan correct operational sequences and prevent materials waste.
  • Detected work-piece defects and machine malfunctions, maintaining apparatus to prevent future issues.
  • Documented daily production data and submitted accurate time logs to keep management up-to-date, using software
  • Operated multiple fabricating machines, including cutoff saws, shears, rolls, brakes, presses and forming or spinning machines.
  • Removed and replaced worn machine accessories to keep products within desired tolerances.
  • Painted and applied protective coatings to various parts to prevent water, oxygen and electrolytes from coming in contact with metal.
  • Lubricated parts and performed minor maintenance to improve machine function.
  • Operated various Type gauges to inspect pieces after production completion.
  • Fastened and adjusted jigs and stops on machine tables to facilitate positioning of materials.
  • Rigged equipment, connected hoses and delivered product to various locations.
  • Used CNC and manual equipment to perform rough and finishing machining, working with tin, sheet iron and sheet copper.
  • Executed bench, machine and hand tool work by shaping, fitting and assembling machine parts from metal stock.
  • 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.
  • Obtained appropriate tooling and fixtures to revise setups on calibrated test strands.
  • Maintained assigned equipment and performed daily inspections to increase equipment lifetimes and cut costs 95%.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/2006 High School Diploma | ITI Ndjili , Kinshasa , DRC(Africa) GPA:

Mechanics Tools machine

Expected in | IBTP , Kinshasa , DRC(Africa) GPA:
Expected in | Environmental Architecture IBTP , Kinshasa , DRC(Africa) GPA:
Expected in E | CPCC , Charlotte, NC GPA:
Expected in 08/2015 EFL | English Language And Literature Cpcc, Charlotte, NC GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • ITI Ndjili
  • IBTP
  • IBTP
  • CPCC
  • Cpcc
Job Titles Held:
  • Mechanics Technician
  • Sheet Metal Installers
  • Machine Operator
Degrees
  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • E
  • EFL

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