Operator 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:

Dependable Production Worker proficient in assembly line work. Effective at keeping areas clean and neat to avoid delays. Bringing 10 years of related experience, including measuring and cutting materials, operating [Equipment] and following work instructions.

  • Maintenance Services
  • Loading and unloading protocols
  • Documentation ability
  • Safety Protocols
  • Power and hand tools
  • Production positions
  • Materials movement
  • Machining and production standards
  • Hand and power tools
  • Assembly procedures
  • Equipment operation
  • Tool repairs
  • Quality assurance standards
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Warehouse best practices
  • Flatbeds and utility beds
  • Equipment operations
  • Certified forklift operator
  • Stock allocation
  • Manufacturing and warehouse procedures
  • Certified Pallet Jack Operator
  • Material sourcing and distribution
  • Shipping operations
  • Loading and unloading
  • Material handling
  • Staging and sorting
  • General construction
  • Material inventory
Operator, 01/2020 to 07/2020
Kerry Ingredients And FlavoursFort Worth, TX,
  • Calibrated each machine at beginning and end of each shift.
  • Created and maintained daily activity logs to track ongoing operational performance.
  • Removed and replaced tools and dyes to complete various tasks.
  • Operated, maintained and performed repairs on [Type] equipment.
  • Compiled operational data into reports to help management spot trends and resolve problems.
  • Identified machinery issues and repaired parts to keep equipment up and running.
  • Evaluated materials for quality and sorted parts and final products.
  • Cleaned and lubricated equipment on regular schedules to maintain life of machinery and achieve consistent operations.
  • Accomplished tasks according to schedule, assisting team members to meet deadlines.
  • Set up machines for various jobs to maintain compliance with manufacturing thresholds and waste reduction initiatives.
  • Practiced safe lockout-tagout procedures to prevent injury to personnel during maintenance procedures.
  • Reviewed documentation and work order requirements.
  • Selected proper cutting tools, calculating parameters to manufacture components and parts.
  • Put completed products into packages and moved to staging locations.
  • Received and processed written and verbal instructions, prints and work orders.
Bindery Operator 2, 07/2010 to 12/2019
Rr Donnelley & SonsStreetsboro, OH,
  • Reviewed work orders to identify machines and tools necessary to complete jobs and prepare and calibrate requisite equipment where necessary.
  • Processed newly printed book pages, using folding machines, cutting machines and paper joggers to achieve consistent and proper product positioning.
  • Operated saddle stitchers, coil binding machines and glue rollers to assemble books by stitching and gluing endpapers, bindings and backings.
  • Filed maintenance request forms to alert company manager of machines needing repair or calibration by outside technical specialists.
  • Maintained printers by replenishing paper reams and rolls, replacing ink and toner cartridges and addressing jams and other mechanical malfunctions.
  • Followed customer specifications to set up dies, stamping machines, coil binding machines and saddle stitchers to cut, emboss and bind books of varying dimensions as ordered.
  • Monitored work products for faulty stitching or binding, printer errors such as collation, ink spots or evidence of paper jam, improperly trimmed page edges or loose or uncut threads.
  • Trimmed page edges using [Type] cutting machines to achieve professional, pleasing book aesthetic.
  • Performed routine maintenance on [Number] units of machinery including lubrication, cleaning and blade or die adjustment and replacement on cutters, binding and stitching machines.
  • Cut binder boards and leather or plastic cover material to specified dimensions, using shears, hand cutters or cutting machines to produce average [Number] new covers weekly.
  • Kept daily production records and updated order status to reflect work progress, handling up to [Number] printing, stitching and binding jobs daily.
  • Read work orders to determine instructions and specifications for machine set-up.
  • Operated bindery equipment and oversaw general functionality, including adjusting guides and rollers, to avoid errors and complete efficient daily work.
  • Communicated with staff coordinate work, maintain efficiency and achieve production targets.
  • Used [Type] and [Type] equipment to cut book edges to meet specifications and produce quality products.
  • Inspected finished products, including bound and unbound items to identify defects or quality issues.
  • Trimmed edges of books to size using cutting machines, book trimming machines or hand cutters.
  • Completed high-quality work by performing bindery tasks according to job instructions and work orders.
  • Examined stitched, collated and bounded product samples for defects such as imperfect bindings, ink spots and torn pages.
  • Used stitching or gluing techniques to secure endpapers, bindings and backings.
  • Maintained accurate job records by documenting data in appropriate databases, drafting reports and securing permanent files.
Gasket Maker, 02/2000 to 02/2003
Scs EngineersCincinnati, OH,
  • Determined root cause for machinery malfunction by performing [Type] and [Type] troubleshooting tasks.
  • Removed physical refuse and debris, organizing tools to maintain safe, effective work environment.
  • Positioned and aligned components to complete accurate assembly work.
  • Set up and operated greasing equipment to grease components, sub-assemblies or assemblies.
  • Orchestrated organizational assembly strategy to produce products to conform to design specifications.
  • Set up and performed hand and automatic assembly operations on components, sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Used [Skill] and [Skill] to complete component assembly with minimal supervision, meeting project expectations.
  • Retrieved correct materials from product inventory to perform various fabrication duties.
  • Set and verified parts clearances to prevent jams or wasted materials.
  • Checked parts against stock lists, blueprints and material specifications to verify compliance with standards.
  • Inspected finished parts and components to enforce QA standards and uncover defects prior to packaging.
  • Assessed work for errors or compliance issues and made corrections and modifications when necessary.
  • Inspected and tested final products to verify conformance to established tolerances.
  • Stored and disposed of hazardous materials according to regulatory standards and organizational expectations to prevent environmental contamination and injury.
  • Completed and entered quality records, scrap reports and machine logs into database.
  • Reviewed project specifications and documentation to understand task and deadline requirements.
  • Determined materials, tools and equipment needed for product order fulfillment.
  • Performed and submitted first piece for inspection.
Laborer, 05/2003 to present
P.B.ConstructionCity, STATE,
  • Collected and removed debris from work sites to maintain team productivity and minimize safety hazards.
  • Used picks and shovels to dig, spread and level dirt and gravel.
  • Loaded and unloaded daily [Type] shipments, keeping products organized and secure to prevent damage and optimize handling.
  • Completed [Type] and [Type] tasks using up-to-date construction tools and machinery.
  • Prepared sites for concrete work by breaking up damaged concrete and leveling or contouring ground.
  • Set up [Type] and [Type] equipment to maintain worksite efficiency.
  • Maintained clean, safe working environment by removing waste from job site prior to shift completion.
  • Assisted project planning by measuring distances and marking locations using [Type] and [Type] tools.
  • Operated pallet jacks and forklifts to load and unload supplies and materials.
  • Collaborated with team members to complete [Task] and meet tight deadlines.
Education and Training
GED: , Expected in 01/2000
Danville High - Danville,Ky,

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School Attended

  • Danville High

Job Titles Held:

  • Operator
  • Bindery Operator 2
  • Gasket Maker
  • Laborer


  • GED

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