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Kathryne
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109 Albin Island
Detroit
MI
+1 (555) 394 4083
109 Albin Island
Detroit
MI
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Experience Experience
07/2016 present
Los Angeles, CA
Team Lead / Product Assembler / Operator
Los Angeles, CA
Team Lead / Product Assembler / Operator
07/2016 present
Los Angeles, CA
Team Lead / Product Assembler / Operator
07/2016 present
  • Plan, create & distribute work schedules and other documentation to the cells
  • Assists in development, and analyzes/critiques assembly methods, processes and procedures
  • Escalate all safety, quality, performance, and interpersonal issues to Managers in a timely and professional manner
  • Test, troubleshoot, and repair make items products that don’t pass
  • May assist engineering in evaluating new product designs or changes in existing designs
  • Meet daily demand numbers for whatever cell you and team are working on
  • Perform other duties as assigned
06/2013 03/2016
Dallas, TX
Assembler / Deburring Operator
Dallas, TX
Assembler / Deburring Operator
06/2013 03/2016
Dallas, TX
Assembler / Deburring Operator
06/2013 03/2016
  • Work with hands for entire shift - bending, reaching, lifting, twisting, pushing and pulling
  • Follow step-by-step directions and engineering guidance
  • Reads blueprints, job order, and tooling instructions to determine cutting tools, assembly tools and sequence of operations (GD&T)
  • Repairs or replaces parts, such as cylinders and air lines, using hand tools
  • Adjusts and changes rivet guns, nut drivers, etc. to ensure deburring and assembly meets company specifications
  • Inspects machined type elements at discharge end of machine to ensure conformance to quality specifications, using micrometers, calipers and comparators
  • Follow strict safety procedures (lifting, liquid nitrogen) and have vigilant FOD awareness
10/2006 03/2013
San Francisco, CA
Product Assembler / Operator
San Francisco, CA
Product Assembler / Operator
10/2006 03/2013
San Francisco, CA
Product Assembler / Operator
10/2006 03/2013
  • Prepare, process, wind, clean, install, assemble, rework, calibrate, test, solder and/or inspect product at various stages of assembly from component to final
  • Work from prints, drawings, method sheets diagrams or other specifications in accordance with established assembly procedures, Lean processes and standard work
  • Set up, operate and/or maintain production equipment, machines and tools using process documents, diagrams, and written instructions in support of production goals. Produces set-ups and adjustment holding tolerances to blueprint specification
  • Collect, analyze, and report data from production processes requiring basic mathematical and statistical knowledge. Counts, sorts, labels, and packages assembled materials. May disassemble and re-work and test
  • Expected to participate in continuous improvement and Lean processes
  • Prepare, process, clean, install, assemble, rework, calibrate, test, inspect, and package products
  • Set up, operate and/or maintain production equipment, machines and tools using process documents, diagrams, and written instructions in support of production goals
Education Education
Associate’s Degree
Associate’s Degree
Northwestern University
Associate’s Degree
Skills Skills
  • Ability to read and write in English
  • Excellent hand dexterity
  • High Attention to detail
  • Ability to follow strict guidelines
  • Five years of training or related soldering experience
  • Experience with Microsoft applications
  • Proficient in sub-assembly, testing and inspection functions which include, but are not limited to, torque setting on fasteners, use of power tools, sub-assembly utilizing precision tooling & instruments
  • Experience in performing set-ups
  • 1st or 2nd shift openings
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Assembler Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1-3 years of relevant work experience
  • Ability to read, follow and understand operating procedures
  • Capable of doing basic math and counting to large numbers without error
  • Willingness to learn multiple production operations and adjust quickly to new tasks
  • Needs to be able to communicate effectively both in writing and verbally to report production information
  • Capable of working a full shift at a designated operation within the assigned manufacturing area
  • Sufficient computer related skills to perform data entry and print reports
  • Works under close supervision at first and demonstrates the potential to work with less supervision over time
2

Assembler Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Ability to work with small fragile parts
  • Ability to follow work instructions and make operation entries on computer terminal
  • Microscope and inspection experience
  • Use of hand tools and specialized testing equipment
  • Participate in process improvements
  • Keep work area orderly and clean
  • Work with engineering and engineering technicians
  • Working in an ISO environment
  • 1 to 2 years related work experience
  • High school/GED required
  • United States citizenship required
  • Knowledge of all safety (mechanical, chemical, electrical) procedures applicable to job
  • Must be able to read, write and communicate clearly and effectively in English
  • J-STD solder certification & or experience preferred
  • Experience with lean manufacturing principles and 5S
  • Computer experience required and Microsoft office literacy preferred
3

Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • High School education; Trade school preferred
  • 5 years shop floor experience preferred
  • 2 years of assembly experience preferred
  • Must be able to pass annual eye examination
  • Must be conversant in and read and write English
  • Must be able to read and interpret engineering drawings
  • Must have mathematical skills
  • Use of calipers, height gauges, micrometers, squares, grinders, sanders, routers, band saws, drill presses, hydraulic presses and other miscellaneous hand tools are required
4

Assembler / Deburring Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Sets up and controls operation of computerized deburring and tooling machine to perform series of machining operations, such as drilling, chamfering, and deburring, on ball-shaped plastic, Helicalcoil installation tools, rivet guns and bushing presses
  • Reads blueprints, job order, and tooling instructions to determine cutting tools, assembly tools and sequence of operations (GD&T)
  • Positions and secures deburring and cutting tools onto holding fixtures on machine, using hand tools
  • Adjusts and changes rivet guns, nut drivers, etc. to ensure deburring and assembly meets company specifications
  • Repairs or replaces parts, such as cylinders and air lines, using hand tools
  • Inspects machined type elements at discharge end of machine to ensure conformance to quality specifications, using micrometers, calipers and comparators
  • Notifies engineering personnel when corrective action is required
  • Maintains stock of machined parts and tools
  • Use hand tools (wrenches, screwdrivers, etc.)
  • Have visual acuity to check part to print and to recognize issues outlined in the visual master
  • Have manual dexterity to use a tap or install a Helicalcoil without damage
  • Follow step-by-step directions and engineering guidance
  • Use a computer to stage material and fill out spreadsheet forms
  • Follow strict safety procedures (lifting, liquid nitrogen) and have vigilant FOD awareness
  • Work with hands for entire shift - bending, reaching, lifting, twisting, pushing and pulling
  • Business Understanding
  • Quality & Safety
  • Performance
  • Dependability
  • Job Knowledge
  • Initiative
  • 2+ years experience in deburring and assembly
  • Knowledge in deburring close tolerances, aerospace parts
  • Must have a good feel for tapping and installing HeliCoils
5

Assembler Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Minimum three (3) years recent inspection experience or other related test experience required
  • Must have working knowledge of various electrical and mechanical test equipment such as flow meters, pressure gauges, volt meters, timers, amp meters, power supplies and torque gauges
  • Performs visual inspections to verify compliance to drawing, product documentation or shop order requirements
  • Interprets blueprints, complex electrical wiring schematics, test procedures, test procedures and shop order instructions to set up and perform functional tests, both electrical and mechanical under minimum supervision on a variety of products. Verifies conformance to specifications utilizing electrical and mechanical test equipment such as flow meters, pressure gauges, volt meters, timers, amp meters, power supplies, and torque gauges as necessary
  • Document test results and findings following established quality policies and procedures. Prepares other related forms and documents as required
6

Product Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prepare, process, wind, clean, install, assemble, rework, calibrate, test, solder and/or inspect product at various stages of assembly from component to final
  • Work from prints, drawings, method sheets diagrams or other specifications in accordance with established assembly procedures, Lean processes and standard work
  • Set up, operate and/or maintain production equipment, machines and tools using process documents, diagrams, and written instructions in support of production goals. Produces set-ups and adjustment holding tolerances to blueprint specification
  • Collect, analyze, and report data from production processes requiring basic mathematical and statistical knowledge. Counts, sorts, labels, and packages assembled materials. May disassemble and re-work and test
  • Expected to participate in continuous improvement and Lean processes
  • Applies acquired job skills and company policies and procedure to complete assigned tasks
  • Normally follows established procedures on routine work
  • Requires instructions only on new assignments
  • Works on assignments that are semi routine in nature but recognizes the need for occasional deviation from accepted practice
7

Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Assembles medical products on an assembly operation, performing a variety of tasks on a rotating basis. Tasks may include assembling syringe barrels, putting tubing in barrels, preparing tubing, coiling, assembling back plates, assembling housings, operating the blister machine, operating the sprint tester, labeling and packaging products, and other product assembly tasks
  • Operates computerized test equipment to determine whether electronic equipment is working properly. * Performs other related tasks, as required
  • Ability to perform a variety of assembly tasks requiring dexterity and fine motor skills
  • Ability to visually check work performed and identify whether a product has been assembled correctly
8

Operator / Assembler Resume Examples & Samples

  • Visually inspects, measures, and assembles parts in process to quality specifications, being aware of critical visual and dimensional defects and determines acceptability of the parts, based on customer specifications
  • Assures accuracy of product packaging and tractability as required, including generating labels, the correct labeling of containers, and accurate part count
  • Operates and maintains production auxiliary equipment utilizing the correct safety precautions
  • Maintains a clean, orderly, and safe workstation and environment at all times
  • Communicates with Production leadership regarding any unacceptable parts and any malfunctions of the production process within their workstation
  • Checks part counts by weighing and ensuring that scale(s) are set for accuracy
  • Follows all applicable SOPs, GMPs, and DOIs
  • Contribute to continuous process improvement efforts to reduce scrap, cycle times, improve efficiency, and eliminate waste within the production environment
  • Provides a “Customer Service” attitude when interacting with internal and external customers while accomplishing work, production, and achieving quality standards
9

Assembler Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • 1st or 2nd shift openings
  • Excellent hand dexterity
  • High Attention to detail
  • Ability to follow strict guidelines
10

Product Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prepare, process, clean, install, assemble, rework, calibrate, test, inspect, and package products
  • Set up, operate and/or maintain production equipment, machines and tools using process documents, diagrams, and written instructions in support of production goals
  • Collect, analyze, and report data from production processes requiring basic mathematical knowledge. Counts, sorts, labels, and packages assembled materials. May disassemble and re-work and test
  • Expected to participate in continuous improvement and Lean processes as appropriate based upon assigned levels
  • May involve exposure to chemicals, solvents and solder smoke
  • Safety glasses may be required
  • Repetitive use of upper extremities
  • Must be able to match up colors and be able to assemble small pieces, required due to frequent close work
11

Assembler Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform set-ups and operates all assembly, soldering, inspection & test, and mechanical equipment
  • Sub-assembly, testing and inspection utilizing precision tooling & instruments
  • Five years of training or related soldering experience
  • Experience with Microsoft applications
  • Proficient in sub-assembly, testing and inspection functions which include, but are not limited to, torque setting on fasteners, use of power tools, sub-assembly utilizing precision tooling & instruments
  • Experience in performing set-ups
  • Must be able to read and interpret blueprints, engineering specifications, ATP’s, manufacturing instructions, process sheets and other related documents
12

Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Pick/pack experience using scanners
  • Read and process customer orders
  • Move items from bulk containers, racks, shelves, etc
  • Assists with counting and accurate tracking of materials or items received or distributed
  • Ability to lift, push, pull or maneuver materials manually or with assisted lifting devices ranging in weight from 1-50 pounds
13

Product Assembler Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Prepare, process, wind, clean, install, assemble, rework, calibrate, test, solder and/or inspect product at various stages of assembly from component to final. Work from prints, drawings, method sheets diagrams or other specifications in accordance with established assembly procedures, FBS processes and standard work
  • Expected to participate in continuous improvement and FBS processes as appropriate based upon assigned levels. Provide back up support for receiving and performs other shipping/receiving, material handling, inventory control, finished goods & storekeeping duties as assigned
  • Position may require occasional heavy lifting (> 50 lbs) or movement of objects up to 40 lbs
  • Safety glasses may be required. Repetitive use of upper extremities. Must be able to match up colors and be able to assemble small pieces, required due to frequent close work
  • Must be able to read, speak and understand English in order to understand oral or written safety information, supervisory direction, and other instructions
14

Team Lead / Product Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Meet with the team at the start of shift to review/ develop a daily production plan and capture items requiring escalation, determine if immediate action is needed or if it can be added to SQDIP board
  • Plan, create & distribute work schedules and other documentation to the cells
  • Ensure readiness and lead in morning walk-thru daily
  • Update any timecard discrepancies
  • Act as the primary point of contact to cell operators when issues are encountered. If need help is needed, escalate to manager or appropriate support staff (i.e. Engineering, Buyer Planner, Master Scheduler)
  • Reinforce Fluke Policies to those who are in violation and escalate all violations to manager
  • Print and post new SQDIP posters monthly
  • Escalate all safety, quality, performance, and interpersonal issues to Managers in a timely and professional manner
  • Have a solid understanding of the production processes within scope of responsibility, and the effect that decisions have on production
  • Familiarize themselves with our Kamishibai process and be its champion in the cell
  • Calibration of make items here in PLS
  • Meet daily demand numbers for whatever cell you and team are working on
  • Escalate as needed any problems or safety concerns associated with your daily work
  • Demonstrated proficiency in all make item cells
  • Determines method of assembly where complete information is not available
  • Assists in development, and analyzes/critiques assembly methods, processes and procedures
  • Demonstrates expertise in all or majority of assembly products, processes, and lines; is utilized in prototype design applications
  • Test, troubleshoot, and repair make items products that don’t pass
  • May assist engineering in evaluating new product designs or changes in existing designs
  • Collect, analyze, and report data from production processes
  • Provide training to lesser experienced personnel
  • Preferred Technical Associate’s degree or graduate of electronic technical school or equivalent
  • Required minimum of 4 years related experience in manufacturing or technical
  • Basic understanding of electronics and useage
  • Ability to operate all related shop/test equipment including certification where appropriate, demonstrate related computer proficiency where applicable, and possession of good oral communication skills
  • A good understanding of assembly practices, processes, techniques, policies and procedures, and their interface with other departments and systems
  • Ability to operate all related shop/test equipment including certification where appropriate, demonstrated related computer proficiency where applicable, and possession of good oral communication skills
15

Column Utility / Assembler Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Mechanical assembly
  • Operating automated manufacturing equipment
  • Entering data into the computer database
  • Use of a 20 power stereoscopic microscope with high intensity light source for inspection of components
  • High School diploma or equivalent, vocational trades preferred, prior mechanical assembly preferred
  • Must have sufficient education to read engineering drawings, perform simple arithmetic, and keep records
  • Good fine motor skills, the ability to work with tweezers and other small tooling
  • Able to work individually or in a team oriented environment
  • Ability to work and keep up with an assembly line
16

Product Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Must be able to read, write, comprehend and communicate clearly with the team in English
  • Ability to demonstrate problem solving skills in a team environment
  • Basic PC and math skills
  • Two years prior experience in a circuit board assembly operation
  • Excellent team skills; gets along well with others
  • Highly dependable with a potential for leadership within the team
  • Experience as a trainer or team leader
  • Experience in at least three required areas: 1) relay tray assembly and test, 2) depanel of PCBAs, 3) SMT pre-IR inspection, or 4) AOI inspection
  • Prior IPC certification
  • Experience with lean manufacturing concepts
  • Experience with SMT kitting process
17

Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Safety focused
  • Team chemistry
  • Self-directed
  • Good mechanical and electrical skills
  • Ability to work with various hand tools
  • PIT License
  • SAP knowledge is an asset
  • Self-motivated team player and good attention to detail
  • Team player with strong interpersonal skills and high level of customer focus for internal and external customers
  • Willing and able to lift and move object up to 35 to 40 lbs
  • Flexibility to work throughout the assembly area
18

Product Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Associates or Bachelors degree, or currently enrolled and pursuing degree
  • Applies acquired job skills and company policies and procedure to complete
  • Requires instructions only on new assignments -Works on assignments that are semi routine in nature but recognizes the need for occasional deviation from accepted practice
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CLS Operator / Assembler BB, rd Shift Resume Examples & Samples

  • Perform set-up, operation, preventive maintenance, and cleaning of all related equipment
  • Complete basic machine troubleshooting and corrective maintenance
  • Prioritize workload to meet daily/weekly production
  • Must possess good eyesight and hand dexterity
  • Must be willing to cross-train
  • Past CLS or machine operator experience preferred
  • Recent Harness Assembly experience preferred
  • Must be able to perform and record quality inspections using calipers and micrometers
  • Must be able to work with minimal supervision, be a self-starter with self-discipline and reliability
  • Must be able to follow set-up directions, and understand product specifications
  • Must be able to prioritize workload to meet daily.weekly production needs
  • Must be able to comprehend MRD, assembly drawings, lead lists, prints, and bills of material
  • Must be able to stand for up to 12 hours a day and lift up to 50 lbs
  • Overtime will be required
  • Must be willing to work in other departments occasionally when needed based on production needs
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Product Assembler / Operator Resume Examples & Samples

  • Produces set-ups and adjustment holding tolerances to blueprint specification
  • Collect, analyze, and report data from production processes requiring basic mathematical and statistical knowledge
  • Counts, sorts, labels, and packages assembled materials
  • May disassemble and re-work and test
  • Expected to participate in continuous improvement and Lean processes as appropriate
  • Ability to follow standard work documentation
  • Working in team environment
  • Takes direction well from co-workers, team lead and manager
  • Can identify and escalate occasional need for deviation from standard work
  • Technical Associate’s degree or graduate of electronic technical school or equivalent
  • Previous TCAL work experience preferred