Hard working team leader with two years of machine operator experience reviewing work orders and running several different machines in a 5S environment. Seeking to increase my team leader and machine operator experience with Purina in pursuing a long-term position.
In the morning I would come in turn the UV light on to standby so they would be ready for production. I would make sure the position of the lights for side plates, trim, or trims were in the right position for the part that was going to be running and made sure the glue lines were also in the right positions for the side plates, trim, or trims depending on what the work order for the parts called for. I would put new glue tips on for the side plates and trims. Purge out the glue to make sure it came out in a straight line and to make sure no air bubbles were in the line. I would selected the right number on the control panel for the part that was going to be running. If the part called for nano I would purge out the nano to make sure there was no hexane in the line. I would make sure that the nano was to the right pressure of spray and bring parts to the quality tester to make sure that it held the right amount of water the part called for. I made sure that the right mask for the nano part was on the robot and if the mask has to be changed I would have the robot technician change it. Had to make sure the right gauges were on the line for the part that was gong to be ran. I would bring a part over for the quality tester to test and make sure it was good for the green tag. I would document on a set up sheet all the information from part number, what time we started, where the pressures was for the nano and the glue for the side plates and trims, and the amount of glue that was left in the container. When changing over to a new part number, the green tag for the old part would have to be wiped off and put in with the correct part. If glue needed to be changed then I would have to make sure that the right number the glue pot called for was right and document on a piece of paper the batch number, my clock number, the number the glue was, and the time I changed it out. I would turn the air pressure off so I could take the lid off of the glue holding pot and take out the old glue and put the new glue in and purge out the glue so the new glue would just be running through the lines. When it came to a change over I would make sure all the old trim, side plates, and glass where off of the line if it wasn't called for for the next part and made sure the right items were on the line that the part number called for. When a box was done I would print out labels for it, put the labels, pack tag, and inventory control tag on the box with making sure the correct number of parts were in the box and on all the labels. If any parts had to be reworked I would take off trim and side plates and bring the glass back up to the beginning of the line to be reassembled. I relieved operators if they needed to use the restroom, get something to drink, or if the supervisor needed them. I trained new operator to the correct way of doing the parts for how the work instructions called for and had them read over the work instructions themselves to understand even more with that being a procedure they had to do. The end of the day I would fill out a scrap ticket for any scrap I had and bring all my paper work up from that day. Achievements I learned was more on team leading, multitasking, motivation and inspiring team members, leading by settling good examples from being a role model, and built trust and respect from the operators by acknowledging their hard and good work.
I worked on veterans files for the VA, had to use certain code numbers to verify what papers were which and how it would help the veteran or the veterans family to hopefully receive benefits. Had to individually code papers that came in the box. Had to have legible handwriting at all times so the computer would pick up what code was written. There were sometimes multiple veterans and other times it was only one veteran. In the morning I would check out a box and when finished it would check it back in for multiple reason for the supervisor to know who did that box just in case anything came up wrong with it, for piece rate, and to see how long or how quick the box got done. When done with a box I had to make sure it went to the proper location for it to be taken to the scanner for scanning. If some boxes had information with any type of media it would have to be placed in a different location for the media to be properly put into the computer for the scanners. Achievements I gained from being a document processor would be working individually but working as a team player, fast-pace work environment , great penmanship, and attention to detail.
Scanned customers items and put them into the correct order that they should be bagged by separating food, clothing, diapers, cleaning supplies, school supplies, toys, home decor, and toiletries. I wrapped items and bagged purchases properly to prevent merchandise from breakage. I would make sure the customer was happy and comfortable when helping them check out. I would help resolve customer disagreements in a patient manner. I handled debit cards, credit cards, checks, cash, and coupons. I would make sure to count the correct amount of change back. I would go outside and bring carts back into the store make sure there was always one available for the customers. When waiting to help a customer checkout I would make sure that the items and soda by my lane would be organized and in their right location. Achievements I gained would be team leader skills, time management, prioritized tasks, basic math skills, and customer service skills.
The things I did as a machine operator were taking plastic parts from a tray that dropped out of the machine. Took off hot plastic flash around the plastic part. Trimmed and torched the plastic parts to make sure there were no sharp edges. Make sure there was no cardon spots on the parts. If there was I would have to cut out the spot and throw the part down the grinder. I would have to document it on a piece of paper if any parts where bad. Put stickers and plastic labels on the parts if they were needed. I put the plastic parts in boxes to how many were suppose to be in there and the order they were suppose to be in to what the work instructions called for. I would put the hot plastic flash down a grinder and go to the next part. I had to do every step with in so many seconds before going on to the next part. If a part got stuck in the machine I would have to stop the machine, do lock out tag out, get the part out of the machine, go and undo the lockout tag out, go turn the machine back on and make sure everything started up the right way. Achievements I gained were multi-tasking skills, attentions to detail, teamwork, work independently, and experience as a machine operator.
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