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sheet metal fabricator resume example with 13+ years of experience

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

Reliable Sheet Metal Fabricator with 8years of industry background and strong work ethic. Completed numerous sheet metal fabrication tasks for large construction project with very low rework rate. High-level technical skills and attention to detail leading to desired results.

Detail-oriented Fabricator with 8years in industry and impressive fabrication and welding expertise. Trained and mentored new employees in large fabrication shop and achieved very low rework rate. Superb technical and communications skills leading to desired results.

Dedicated Sheet Metal Fabricator with impressive technical expertise and proven team leadership background. Led 6-person team in sheet metal products and components fabrication. Excellent communications and team-building skills enabled achievement of desired objectives in challenging environment.

Quality-oriented Fabricator with AST certification and proven specialty alloy expertise. Managed numerous fabrication projects for large manufacturer and met all deadlines without sacrificing quality. Excellent technical and communications skills enabled achievement of positive outcomes.

Diligent Fabricator with welding background and proven maintenance and repair expertise. Demonstrated high-level heavy equipment operation and safety process knowledge in large-scale manufacturing environment. Excellent technical, operations and communications skills leading to desired outcomes.

Metal Worker with talent for solving complex problems using innovative thinking. Dedicated team player excelling in Sheet metal work. Skilled in fabricating parts, sheet metal and completing complex welds.

Sheet metal Frabricator well-versed in planning and estimating sheet metal job requirements and fabricating components. Lifts up to 50-75 pounds with ease.

Talented Structural Metal Worker with 8;years experience fabricating and assembling structural metal products, including frameworks or shells for machinery, ovens, tanks and metal parts for buildings and bridges.

Structural Mechanic offering high level of craftsmanship and dedication to customer satisfaction and product quality. Trained in arc welding, tig welding, metallurgy and sheet metal fabrication. Certified in advanced composite processes

Meticulous and accurate composites experienced in working with composite material materials to complete advanced composite processes work. Systematically approach every project with strong technical knowledge and manual dexterity. Confer closely with customers to understand budget limitations and design preferences.

Metal Worker with extensive background in planning and estimating job requirements and fabricating metal components.

Self-motivated Metal Worker adept at installing assemblies, including flashing, pipe tubes, heating and air conditioning ducts and furnace casings.

Manufacturing professional adept at maintaining equipment and repairing and modifying parts in fast-paced setting. Excellent skills in sheet metal fabrication, templating and working with CNC production equipment.

Hardworking, bilingual sheet metal fabricator skilled at reading and interpreting blueprints, diagrams and drawings.

Skilled Team production worker well-versed in forming extensive metals to produce high-quality work. Creative and hardworking with expertise in both aesthetic and technical areas. Skillfully read and follow technical documentation to complete accurate work.

Industrious sheet metal fabricator possessing comprehensive knowledge of sheet metal fabrication and repair. Skilled in using test equipment, dial indicators and micrometers. Unprecedented technical and communication skills with familiarity of corrosion control techniques. Can lift up to 75 pounds.

Hardworking Job Title certified in Area of Certification and Area of Certification. Safety-minded worker with Number-year background in following blueprints to construct metal buildings, roofs and ventilation systems. Proficient in and CAD and AutoCAD LT

Sheet metal workerwith over 8 years of successful experience in fabricating and modifications installations and assembly. Recognized consistently for performance excellence and contributions to success in aviation industry. Strengths in safety protocols proper protective equipment and aircraft structural technology along with advanced composite processes CNC machinist and computer aided drafting

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Skills
  • Equipment Maintenance
  • Safety awareness
  • Welding and fabrication
  • Using squares
  • Operating equipment
  • Hand and power tools
  • Installation and maintenance
  • Construction design
  • Repair work
  • Experienced with Tool Type
  • Product expertise
  • CNC machine programming
  • Blueprints and Specifications
  • Reading blueprints
  • Evaluating parts
  • Nesting parts understanding
  • Grinding machine operation
  • Drill press use
  • Computer-aided drafting (CAD)
  • Pipe thermostats and switches
  • Stainless steel and aluminum properties
  • Expert in pumps, fans and ducts
  • Mild steel worker
  • Prior foreman training
  • Sheet metal installation expert
  • Fabrication and installation expert
  • Industrial sheet metal worker
  • Sheet metal layout
  • Field measurements
  • Safety-minded worker
  • Shop fabrication expert
  • Motor installer
  • Energy management professional
Work History
04/2017 to Current Sheet Metal Fabricator L3harris | Ashburn, VA,
  • Interpreted blueprints, schematics and technical documentation to obtain project instructions and completion requirements.
  • Learned to form sheet metal parts such as sleeves, collars and pressed elbows from different materials.
  • Inspected welded projects to verify alignment with blueprint specifications.
  • Followed Operational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations to promote safe equipment operation and workplace safety.
  • Installed premade heating and air conditioning ducts to finish new system work or repair existing system malfunctions.
  • Hammered and shaped metal over forms, blocks or anvils to achieve required item dimensions and configurations.
  • Cut, bent and shaped metal sheets and components to meet specific project requirements.
  • Smoothed burred surfaces of joints and seams to minimize damage to other metal components.
  • Prepared Type and Type machinery for use and verified presence of sufficient parts to complete operations.
  • Worked with twisted and damaged metal items to restore appearance by correcting damages.
  • Constructed high-quality Type pieces by carefully heating and shaping metals.
  • Removed burrs, sharp edges, rust and scale from work pieces to prevent malfunction.
  • Performed mature and ad hoc processes and techniques.
  • Constructed both one-off and mass-produced items with skilled finishing work such as engravings and embossings.
  • Detected work piece defects and machine malfunctions.
  • Applied knowledge of clarity, symmetry and other factors to assign quality grades to stones.
  • Worked with tin, sheet iron and sheet copper.
  • Drilled and punched holes in metal for screws, bolts, and rivets quickly and efficiently.
  • Tended cutoff saws, presses and forming machines.

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  • Finished parts with hacksaws and hand, rotary and squaring shears.
  • Painted and applied protective coatings to various parts.
  • Fulfilled output requirements while consistently reducing scrap levels.
  • Operated hand and power tools and heavy machinery safely.
  • Followed safety protocols when using Type and Type equipment to hot bend materials, reducing worksite accidents by Number%.
  • Planned and laid out work from sketches, drawings, specifications and work orders.
  • Set up and performed maintenance on fab and machine shop machines.
  • Cut, ground and deburred frames and profiles.
  • Excellent hand-eye coordination for manual dexterity.
  • Set appropriate stops and guides to specified lengths as indicated by scale, rule or template.
02/2013 to 04/2016 Light Sport Aircraft Mechanic Textron | TX, State,
  • Maintained all aircraft in accordance with organizational maintenance requirements.
  • Monitored parts department and placed orders for maintenance supplies on consistent basis.
  • Assisted with aircraft and equipment transport and movement.
  • Completed preventive and reparative maintenance on aircraft electronics and computer systems.
  • Maintained orderly and safe work environment by enforcing tool control and FOD awareness, prevention and safety.
  • Analyzed engineering drawings and schematics to troubleshoot systems and diagnose solutions.
  • Completed average of Number work orders each week.
  • Documented all inspection and maintenance actions in aircraft forms, IMDS and FERMS.
  • Collaborated with Job title to coordinate fitting and alignment of heavy parts.
  • Operated support equipment and flight line vehicles.
  • Performed flight line AFE preflight and postflight requirements.
  • Inspected airframes to detect wear and other defects.
  • Inspected all received aircraft parts to verify compliance with FAA regulations.
  • Recorded maintenance actions in aircraft logbooks.
  • Conducted and oversaw safety protocols and flight line foreign object prevention walks.
  • Maintained repair logs to document all corrective and preventive aircraft maintenance.
  • Obtained fuel and oil samples to check for contamination.

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  • Maintained, inspected, adjusted and packed aircrew flight equipment.
  • Performed aircraft maintenance for scheduled preventive actions and unscheduled requirements.
  • Operated power tools, gauges and testing equipment to adjust, repair and replace faulty components in aircrafts.
  • Collected information and created reports to present at Type meetings.
  • Removed and installed aircraft subsystem assemblies such as engines, rotors, gearboxes, transmissions and mechanical flight controls.
  • Used leveling compounds and scotch casts to seal parts, assemblies and sub-assemblies.
  • Maintained, repaired and rebuilt aircraft structures and fuel, electrical and oxygen systems.
  • Performed aircraft corrosion control procedures.
11/2007 to 12/2013 Aircraft Structure Mechanic Tdindustries, Ltd. | Odessa, TX,
  • Assisted with aircraft and equipment transport and movement.
  • Removed and installed aircraft subsystem assemblies such as engines, rotors, gearboxes, transmissions and mechanical flight controls.
  • Recorded maintenance actions in aircraft logbooks.
  • Documented all inspection and maintenance actions in aircraft forms, IMDS and FERMS.
  • Resolved conflicts and negotiated mutually beneficial agreements between parties.
  • Adhered to social distancing protocols and wore mask or face shield.
  • Identified issues, analyzed information and provided solutions to problems.
  • Proved successful working within tight deadlines and fast-paced atmosphere.
  • Developed team communications and information for meetings.
  • Provided for servicing, maintenance and protection of aircraft while away from home station.
  • Performed routine equipment inspections and maintained and completed corrective actions by referring to workbooks and technical publications to determine specifications.
  • Rebuilt aircraft structures and functional components in accordance with maintenance manual, FAA regulations and aviation services policies and procedures.
  • Coordinated parts and material requisitions to expedite aircraft maintenance and repairs.
  • Inspected aircraft daily to assess airworthiness.
  • Updated logs and filled out maintenance reports with high accuracy and efficiency.
  • Worked within guidelines established by internal, manufacturer and regulatory authorities.
  • Prepared, inventoried and recorded aircraft parts and components to prevent corrosion, failure and misuse.
  • Rigged and adjusted flight controls.
  • Recorded inspection and maintenance actions using log books, computer terminals and other technical applications.
  • Serviced and repaired fuel, electrical, hydraulic and other aircraft systems.
  • Read and interpreted manufacturer and airline maintenance manuals, service bulletins and other specifications to determine feasibility and method of repairing or replacing malfunctioning or damaged components.

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05/2003 to 09/2003 Sheet Metal Apprentice Boeing | City, STATE,
  • Cut, ground and deburred frames and profiles.
  • Excellent hand-eye coordination for manual dexterity.
  • Set appropriate stops and guides to specified lengths as indicated by scale, rule or template.
  • Repaired and manufactured aircraft tubing and cable assemblies.
  • Drilled and punched holes in metal for screws, bolts, and rivets quickly and efficiently.
  • Fabricated and altered parts at construction sites using shears, hammers, punches and drills.
  • Applied knowledge of clarity, symmetry and other factors to assign quality grades to stones.
  • Constructed both one-off and mass-produced items with skilled finishing work such as engravings and embossings.
  • Tended cutoff saws, presses and forming machines.
  • Inspected individual parts, assemblies and installations for adherence to specifications and building codes.
  • Operated hand and power tools and heavy machinery safely.
  • Maneuvered, installed and anchored completed units into proper positions.
  • Removed burrs, sharp edges, rust and scale from work pieces to prevent malfunction.
  • Determined machine adjustments and material requirements for high quality production.
  • Read job specifications to determine machine adjustments and material requirements.
  • Set up and performed maintenance on fab and machine shop machines.
  • Aligned aircraft components precisely using layout, jigs, templates and fixtures.
  • Developed project scope, assembly sequences and required methods and materials.
  • Painted and applied protective coatings to various parts.
  • Developed and laid out patterns that used materials most efficiently.
  • Worked with tin, sheet iron and sheet copper.
  • Detected work piece defects and machine malfunctions.
  • Planned and laid out work from sketches, drawings, specifications and work orders.
  • Performed mature and ad hoc processes and techniques.
  • Fulfilled output requirements while consistently reducing scrap levels.
Education
Expected in 05/2004 to to Diplomas | Aircraft Technology Structural Technol Georgia Aviation & Technical College, Eastman, GA GPA:
Expected in 06/2004 to to Diploma | Advanced Composites Processes Georgia Aviation & Technical College, Eastman, GA GPA:
Certifications
  • Advanced composite processesTraining -May-2004-2005

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School Attended

  • Georgia Aviation & Technical College
  • Georgia Aviation & Technical College

Job Titles Held:

  • Sheet Metal Fabricator
  • Light Sport Aircraft Mechanic
  • Aircraft Structure Mechanic
  • Sheet Metal Apprentice

Degrees

  • Diplomas
  • Diploma

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