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

Highly-motivated employee with desire to take on new challenges. Strong worth ethic, adaptability and exceptional interpersonal skills. Adept at working effectively unsupervised and quickly mastering new skills.

Committed job seeker with a history of meeting company needs with consistent and organized practices. Skilled in working under pressure and adapting to new situations and challenges to best enhance the organizational brand.

Disciplined welder focused on completing highest quality construction work. Skilled builder with manual dexterity, depth perception and reading and math skills to add value to diverse job site roles. Committed to learning skilled trades and to long-range career in field.

Skills
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Documentation and Reporting
  • Customer Service
  • Attention to Detail
  • Problem-Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Product Inspections
  • Health and Safety Regulations
  • Works Well Under Pressure
  • General Plumbing
  • Decision Making
  • Power Tools and Equipment
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Heavy Lifting
Experience
Skilled Asslymber, 04/2019 to Current
Sargent AerospaceTorrance, CA,
  • Followed safety practices to safeguard against injury and damage to property.
  • Adjusted or modified equipment to enhance equipment performance or to respond to customer requests.
  • Troubleshot systems and equipment and ran tests to make effective recommendations.
  • Fix faulted out machines to keep production moving to get the costumer product shipped on time..
  • Train new team members to do the job safely efficient and correct.
Welder, 03/2014 to 04/2019
Schneider ElectricFort Myers, FL,
  • Read blueprints and drawings and took measurements to plan layout and procedures.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Used welding skills to help repair and maintain heavy-duty machinery.
  • Scraped off excess spatter using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
  • Operated manual and semi-automatic welding equipment in vertical, horizontal and overhead positions.
  • Repaired structures by dismantling, reshaping and reassembling metal components with cutting torches and hand tools.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Welded components in flat, vertical or overhead positions.
  • Welded fabrication materials, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Measured workpieces with straightedges or templates to conform with specifications.
  • Recognized, set up and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Positioned and secured workpieces using hoists, wire and banding machines or hand tools.
  • Aligned and clamped workpieces using rules, squares or hand tools.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings for precision and waste reduction.
Welder, 06/2006 to 03/2014
PetcoMount Vernon, NY,
  • Read blueprints and drawings and took measurements to plan layout and procedures.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Used welding skills to help repair and maintain heavy-duty machinery.
  • Scraped off excess spatter using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
  • Completed minor torch ups with MIG welders.
  • Determined welding strategies using metallurgy knowledge, geometry and welding techniques.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Heated and dissolved metal parts to obtain molten substance used in welding or extrusion.
  • Welded components in flat, vertical or overhead positions.
  • Welded fabrication materials, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Cut, contoured and beveled metal and structural shapes to achieve accurate dimensions.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Aligned and clamped workpieces using rules, squares or hand tools.
  • Produced work using appropriate welding techniques, metallurgy knowledge and engineering requirements.
  • Measured workpieces with straightedges or templates to conform with specifications.
  • Cleaned and inspected parts and assemblies at each production stage and documented production defects.
  • Recognized, set up and operated shielded metal arc and gas metal arc welding equipment.
  • Positioned and secured workpieces using hoists, wire and banding machines or hand tools.
  • Safely ignited torches and monitored surroundings to proactively identify hazards.
  • Selected and installed torches, filler rods and flux according to welding chart specifications.
  • Connected and turned regulator valves to activate and adjust gas flow and pressure and obtain desired flames.
  • Melted and applied solder along adjoining edges of workpieces to solder joints.
Overnight Stocker, 10/2005 to 09/2006
Marsh Grocery StoreCity, STATE,
  • Removed product from boxes and placed on shelves according to merchandising guidelines.
  • Followed instructions to properly arrange merchandise items.
  • Picked up boxes and related trash from sales floor.
  • Used proper case cutting techniques to cut and sort stock loads.
  • Assessed floor displays to restock merchandise.
  • Checked shelves in department to determine replenishment needs.
  • Reset merchandise throughout assigned section to give shelves and racks professional appeal.
  • Removed expired and overripe items to provide freshest options and eliminate health risks.
  • Pulled items from stock using lift equipment and added to shelves or bins.
  • Identified and quickly handled spill clean-up.
  • Stocked shelves, racks and bins with new or transferred merchandise.
  • Demonstrated great teamwork skills with staff members involved in production and transport.
  • Inspected merchandise for wear or defects, disposing of damaged items as instructed by supervisors.
  • Operated forklift and pallet jack to transport heavy loads.
Education and Training
: Welding Technology, Expected in 04/2006 to Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana - Indianapolis, IN
GPA:
: Auto Mechanic, Expected in 09/2004 to Lincoln College of Technology - Indianapolis - Indianapolis, IN
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/2002 to West Side High School - Gary, IN
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School Attended

  • Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana
  • Lincoln College of Technology - Indianapolis
  • West Side High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Skilled Asslymber
  • Welder
  • Welder
  • Overnight Stocker

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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