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sheet metal mechanic resume example with 16 years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
  • resumesample@example.com
Summary
I worked as a carpenter for 4 years until I joined the Air Force where I went to military technical school to become a Civil Engineer. I was in the military for 3 1/2 years before I was honorably discharged due to an ankle injury. I have completed 3 years of college and am eligible to test for both my airframe and power plant license.
Highlights
  • Advanced engineering knowledge
  • Troubleshooting specialist
  • Fabrication professional
  • Certified Forklift Operator
  • Sheet metal installations
  • Welding safety precautions
  • Welding safety precautions
  • Experience in site-selection analysis
  • Quality assurance authority
  • Initiative to work independently
  • Strategic thinker
  • Quality inspection professional
  • Quality inspection professional
  • Metal working ability
  • Mathematical reasoning aptitude
  • Production scheduling familiarity
  • ACE tools familiarity
Accomplishments

Problem Diagnosis

  • Used operational knowledge of systems, parts and components to solve problems that arose during assembly.Met company standard times and individual productivity goals.Deep knowledge of sheet metal and welding techniques, fabrication, installation and codes and regulations.
Experience
Sheet Metal Mechanic, 07/2014 to Current
Legislative BranchNewburgh, NY,
  • Observed safety practices and procedures to maintain a safe and clean work environment.
  • Maintained and repaired equipment and facilities.
  • Drilled holes and compared templates to promote quality production.
  • Inspected sheet metal structures and overhauled components.
  • Met company standard times and individual productivity goals consistently.
  • Cut, shaped, and bent metal plates, sheets, tubes and structures.
  • Analyzed all required blueprints, drawings, work orders and sketches to correctly fabricate and install products and parts.
  • Positioned work piece against stops and properly aligned layout marks with die or blade.
  • Oiled machines, dies and work pieces and conducted other routine maintenance.
  • 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.
  • Accurately selected gauges and types of sheet metal and non-metallic material.
  • Fastened seams and joints together to assemble components into sheet metal products.
  • Trimmed, filed, ground, buffed and smoothed surfaces, seams and joints of assembled parts.
  • Repaired, modified and maintained equipment.
  • Built simple and complex aircraft mechanical assemblies and sub-assemblies.
  • Operated drill presses, milling machines, rivet and hardware presses safely and correctly.
  • Maintained strict quality requirements using scales, calipers and micrometers.
  • Interpreted blueprints, drawings, and written and verbal instructions to set up jobs.
Team Lead, 10/2011 to 07/2014
Planet FitnessBerlin, NJ,
  • Responsible for providing vision and guidance to a group of 365 construction employees, monitored they're training for deployment.
  • Equipment Maintenance Performed routine maintenance on equipment on as-needed basis.
  • Inventory Control Restocked and organized items as necessary and as directed.
  • Supervision Trained contract workers to perform general warehouse duties to company standards.
  • Project Planning Provided project controls, cost estimation, and other business support services to technical line management.
  • Received Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.
  • Awarded the Presidential Honor Roll 3 times.
  • Awarded the Academic Honer roll 4 times.
  • Described merchandise and explain operation of merchandise to customers.
  • Maintained knowledge of current promotions, policies regarding payment and exchanges, and security practices.
  • Placed special orders and called other stores to find desired items.
  • Recommended merchandise based on customer needs.
  • Operated a cash register to process cash, check and credit card transactions.
  • Guided customers in choosing items that reflected personal style and shape.
  • Administered all point of sale opening and closing procedures.
  • Explained information about the quality, value and style of products to Influence customer buying decisions.
  • Replenished floor stock and processed shipments to ensure product availability for customers.
  • Delivered excellent customer service by greeting and assisting each customer.
  • Stocked and restocked inventory when shipments were received.
  • Directed and supervised employees engaged in sales, inventory-taking and reconciling cash receipts.
  • Fulfilled customer shipping needs using UPS and USPS methods.
  • Trained staff to deliver outstanding customer service.
  • Analyzed marketing information and translated it into strategic plans.
  • Contributed to merchandising ideas at team sale meetings.
Structural Journeyman/ Unit Training Manager? Unit Deployment Manager, 09/2007 to 10/2010
Balfour Beatty Construction, ,
  • Responsible for maintaining and construction of military operation buildings.
  • I was awarded for performance excellence during an all base military exercise.
  • I was selected for Unit Training Manager and put in charge of training for over 300 military personnel.
  • I then became a Unit Deployment Manager and was put in charge of unit deployment readiness.
Carpenter, 2004 to 05/2007
Steve Burpee ConstructionCity, STATE,
  • Laid concrete, built batter boards, used excavators and placed reinforced steel.
  • Framed new construction of single-family homes and townhomes.
  • Examined buildings and project specifications to determine measurements and dimensions.
  • Installed cabinets, base cabinets and crown molding.
  • Worked independently on projects and tasks within a carpentry team.
  • Consistently constructed projects that were square and level.
  • Safely used band, circular, jig, reciprocating, chop and compound miter saws.
Education
Associate of Applied Science: Aircraft Maintenance Technology, Expected in
Central Ga Technical College - Warner Robins, GA
GPA: Top 5% of class 3 times Presidential Academic Achievement Award 4.0 GPA for the semester 4 times Honor Roll Academic Achievement Award 3.0 GPA for the semester
Aircraft Maintenance Technology Top 5% of class 3 times Presidential Academic Achievement Award 4.0 GPA for the semester 4 times Honor Roll Academic Achievement Award 3.0 GPA for the semester I have completed my airframe and power plant training and am eligible for testing for my license.
Affiliations
Skills

Academic, carpentry, cash register, closing, credit, excellent customer service, customer service, dimensions, inventory, Inventory Control, marketing, meetings, merchandising, personnel, policies, Project Planning, quality, reconciling, sales, shipping, strategic plans, Supervision


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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Central Ga Technical College

Job Titles Held:

  • Sheet Metal Mechanic
  • Team Lead
  • Structural Journeyman/ Unit Training Manager? Unit Deployment Manager
  • Carpenter

Degrees

  • Associate of Applied Science

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