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Professional Experience Machine Operator

New York, New York, United States
May 20, 2017

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Charles A. Seawright

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Resourceful professional with extensive experience in state-of-the-art manufacturing environments. Strengths include: ability to analyze, trouble shoot and recognize opportunities to generate revenue or decrease expenditures. Demonstrated leadership ability and solid manufacturing experience.

Education: Skill:

Central High School, Bridgeport CT SAP and various inventory software systems

United States Army, 1984-1987 Forklift and Swing reach Operator

State of CT Pesticide License

Professional Experience:

TruGreen–Lawn care Specialist February 2014-Present Danbury, CT

Acquired CT state certification and licensing. Mix or apply pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or insecticides through sprays, dusts, vapors, soil incorporation, or chemical application on trees, shrubs, lawns, or botanical crops. Advise customers of appropriate treatments for their specific needs. Canvas neighbors who don’t currently have service and provide service to them (sales). Maintain company vehicle and inventory control.

Victorinox Swiss Army–Order Specialist Aug-2013-Jan-2014 Monroe, CT

(Micro Tech Staffing-seasonal)

Order picker and forklift driver. Received orders to fill for customers using a hand held device. Report inventory shortages, inspected product for damage before shipping. Filled in for different departments when needed and performed preventative maintenance on vehicles daily.

Teavana/Starbucks-Lead Machine Operator Aug-2012-Dec-2012 Stratford, CT

(Nesco Resource-seasonal)

Set-up, operate, and perform changeovers on machine. Perform preventative maintenance, trouble shoot and adjust machine for minor maintenance problems. Perform cycle counts, and train new assemblers assigned to machine.

Ultimate Nutrition-Shipping & Receiving Lead May-2012-Aug-2012 Farmington, CT

Maintained the inventory of goods to be shipped. Prepared invoices to send with outgoing orders. Verified the contents of incoming orders against the original order making sure the contents matched the invoice. Recorded the information and up loaded into system.

Hartley & Parker-Warehouse Lead Jun-2011-Jan 2012 Stratford, CT

Assisted with daily routing of 30 delivery trucks. Kept track of and maintained maintenance records for trucks. Provided inventory control levels and advised manager or initiated order replenishment. Inspected incoming stock for conformity to purchase orders, report shortages, damages, and other discrepancies. Performed variety of warehouse functions including stocking, order picking, filing, and preparing delivery orders. Operated forklift, pallet jacks, and van.

Covidien-Production Operator 2009-2011 North Haven, CT

Removed and mounted proper tooling, set-up, operated and performed production changeovers. Troubleshot and maintained machine integrity by tracking stock being used, downtime, and scrap. Measured parts to check that product conforms to specifications. Performed autonomous maintenance on die cast molds, and made minor repairs on machine. Uploaded programs into the BPCS system, trained new assemblers on safety and SOP of the machine.

Proctor & Gamble-Lead Line Technician 2006-2009 Stamford, CT

Performed all functions relative to line set-up and production changeovers. Demonstrated the ability to analyze, troubleshoot and resolve machine failures and inadequacies. Responsible for safety, quality, critical start/stop decisions, and redistributing workforce. Trained other team members in packaging bill of material accuracy, finished goods and component reconciliation, product releases, cycle counts and component availability checks. Coordinated activities with team member, contract employees, receiving, distribution, making department, and quality assurance. Responsible for tracking productivity, yields, shrinkage, and quality, resulting in no line down time and meeting deadlines. Trained new associates with online operations and basic SAP functions. Chemical emergency response team member and quality leader. Promoted to Line Leader within 7 months of hire. Responsible for 8 member team.

United States Postal Service 1994-2006 Wallingford, CT

Processed outgoing mail in excess of 90,000 pieces per day on automated machine. Determined, affixed and recorded postage on registered mail and packages. Relied on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. One of the first associates to learn, implement, develop, and conduct training seminars for fellow associates on how to operate the retro-fitted machines.

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