millwright resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - : - -

Hardworking and reliable millwright with vast knowledge of mechanical skills and maintaining and building industrial equipment. Offering carpentry skills, including flooring of all types, plumbing, soldering, engine repairs, both large and small engines, daily care for steam boilers including chemical maintenance and safety checks. Highly skilled in fabrication and welding. Safety-oriented, Hardworking and fully capable in both residential and commercial property upkeep. Highly organized, proactive and punctual with a team-oriented mentality.

  • Machinery assembly
  • Safety procedures
  • Structural welding
  • Issue and problem resolution
  • Parts repair
  • Mechanical tool usage
  • Diagram and schematic knowledge
  • Technical documentation reading
  • Power tools operation
  • Blueprint reading
  • Fabrication
  • Equipment preparation
  • Equipment troubleshooting
  • Equipment inspections
  • Machinery dismantling
  • Blueprint interpretation
  • Equipment planning analysis
  • Troubleshooting expertise
  • Material needs determination
08/2013 to Current
Millwright Arcosa, Inc. Carson City, NV,
  • Moved machinery and equipment weighing over 40,000 pounds using hoists, dollies, rollers and trucks.
  • Used a variety of tools to troubleshoot and repair machinery, some machinery costing over a million dollars.
  • Adjusted machinery and repaired or replaced defective parts to save company thousands on repair fees.
  • Dismantled machines, categorized parts by carefully documenting components and moved equipment into storage.
  • Installed stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment according to layout plans with 100% accuracy.
  • Inspected operating safety devices for proper functionality after repairs, installations, modifications and installations.
  • Routinely performed preventative maintenance on heavy equipment and reduced the percent of machinery downtime as much as possible , saving company thousands of dollars annually.
  • Observed required safety measures when using tools like blow torches, wrenches and forklifts to maintain high safety standards.
  • Assembled machines and bolted, welded or riveted components to foundation or other structures using hand tools and power tools.
  • Repaired and lubricated machines and equipment and assembled and installed equipment using hand tools and power tools.
  • Read diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work procedures.
  • Reviewed all equipment and daily job specifications, drawings and blueprints to properly and safely assemble textile machinery.
  • Maintained clean and environmentally safe work area.
  • Maintain steam boiler equipment, testing units to evaluate subsequent mechanical operation.
  • Kept team on track by assigning and supervising their activities and giving constructive feedback.
  • Defined strategies and created a plan to achieve ambitious operational objectives.
  • Exceeded employer satisfaction by finding creative solutions to problems.
01/2009 to 06/2013
Assembly Technician Nuclera Billerica, MA,
  • Operated air, manual, and hydraulic tools to put together and align assemblies.
  • Executed calibration and adjustments using testing instruments such as calipers, micrometers and depth indicators for precision measurements.
  • Fit, built and reconstructed various products, including all components of printing presses and government contracts building components for naval aircraft carriers.
  • Kept eye on material levels, counted supplies and restocked components to maintain production.
  • Conducted visual inspections and checked for product defects.
  • Completed quality assurance and design compliance checks before moving forward with each step of the assembly process.
  • Worked with operations and engineering teams to report on quality issues and enact successful resolutions.
  • Maintained clean workstation and equipment while following safety protocol.
  • Maintained neat, organized and clean work areas to avoid safety concerns or production delays.
  • Monitored functioning of all equipment.
06/1999 to 11/2009
Lead Beam/ Utility Fixer Darlington Fabrics City, STATE,
  • Compared product and materials colors, textures and grades of material with predetermined qualities needed in each knitting machine.
  • Repaired defects in knitting machines as well as defects in the fabric being knitted. reassembled items and performed final tests.
  • Completed detailed inspections on forklifts, and Knitting equipment to check safety and functionality.
  • Performed basic and semi-skilled repairs to structures, knitting machine elements and components.
  • Maintained clean, organized and fully stocked work areas for maximum efficiency.
  • Diagnosed and repaired mechanical issues according to industry standards.
  • Adjusted and repaired minor issues for knitting equipment and systems.
  • Managed and delegated duties to a crew of 4 to 6 employees.
  • Carried out repair work on knitting equipment, returning machines and tools to service with the least amount of downtime as possible.
Education and Training
Expected in 06/1996 to to
Stonington High School - Pawcatuck, CT,

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School Attended

  • Stonington High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Millwright
  • Assembly Technician
  • Lead Beam/ Utility Fixer


  • GED

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