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Mechanical Professional Experience

Huntsville, Alabama, 35810, United States
May 30, 2017

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Barbara Jones

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Huntsville, AL 35810



Seeking a position in the mechanical assembly and/or quality inspection environment where my experience and skills may be utilized and expanded.



Madison, AL

Electro-Fabricator 12/2015-08/2016

Cuts, Preps, Terminates, routes and ties wires to form wire harness (cable) used in electrical and electronic equipment or systems by performing the following duties. Reads instructions such as work orders, diagrams, and wire lists to determine materials needed and sequence of assembly, selects, cuts and marks wires of specified color, marking, or length installs terminals and contacts to ends of wires, inserts or installs into components, plugs, or terminal strip, wraps and ties wires together at designated points to form harness. Installs heat-shrink, expandable or other sleeving as required marks identifying data on completed harness tests wiring continuity with continuity tester.

Nextek, (Express Staffing)

Huntsville, Al 05/2014-01/2015

Mechanical Assemblies

Performing basic duties associated with cable/harness manufacturing, execute work instructions, assemble cables and harnesses, structures, and electro-mechanical systems. Must be able to work from wiring and assembly drawings, operation sheets, and/or engineering sketches. Some manual lifting may be required to assemble and move equipment throughout the labs. Demonstrated experience with hands-on mechanical assembly, demonstrated expericnce interpreting mechanical drawings, performing dimensional checks and use of wide-varity of lab measurement equipment experience in a regulated environment such as AS9100C, ISO9001 or similar. Familiarity with standard shop hand tools and power tools. Familiarity with checking out equipment and parts from an inventory management systems.

DRS Test and Energy Management, 03/2000-12/2012

Huntsville, Al

Mechanical Assembly: Assembles, disassembles, and modifies, cables, mechanical, electronic, microelectronic, electro-optical assemblies, and higher assembles and sub assembles from operation instruction sheets, blue prints, process sheet, samples, assembly drawings and wiring diagrams and schematics. Makes minor machine and equipment as required. Prepares components and other materials for assembly. Performs rework, reprocessing or replacement of nonconforming parts or materials to make them conform to drawings, specifications, and/or contracts on all assemblies and sub-assemblies. Uses jigs, fixtures, soldering irons and other hand and power tools. Modifies circuit card assemblies, SMT assemblies, and higher assembles.

Performs work of equal or lower job classifications within the department. Trained in accordance with specific program requirements. Skills and proficiency examination required. Must pass visual acuity test and dexterity requirements. Prepares paperwork as required. Moves material and performs other duties as directed by supervision. Will also be involved in storing, handling, use and disposal of hazardous waste chemicals such as acids, caustics, flammables, poisons, and oxidizers in accordance with federal, state and local environmental protection laws and as identified on the appropriate MSDS sheets.

Quality Control Inspector: Participate in incoming, processing final inspection of any range of customer optical and mechanical parts and sub-assemblies, perform routine and non-routine repairs as required to ensure compliance with established specification, work with production checklists, prints, sketches, diagrams and other documents in order to conduct functional and dimensional inspections of range material. Print parts, examine material, perform audits for accuracy, visually inspect crimps, cables, kits, soldering, mechanical assemblies and labeling of prints and documents. Manage shipping and receiving, delivery of incoming shipments of products, organize merchandise for delivery, keep records regarding these transactions, arrange for carrier vehicle or pickup, compare the amount and identification numbers of goods against orders,, post weight and shipment charges, maintain files of shipping records, trace missing or lost shipments, authenticate receipt of shipment alongside bills of lading, invoices or other records, requisitioning and storing shipping material, route products to departments, insert merchandise into containers attach identifying information and delivery instructions on containers or material, and organize records of goods shipped domestic and international shipping.

EDUCATION: Butler High School, University of Alabama (August 1980)

General Education Development (GED)

SKILLS: Computer Skills: Microsoft Word, Outlook Express.

Soldering Skills: Certified soldering and repairing (MIL Standard IPC-A-610D/620, IPC-7711/72A), ESD Standard (TEM-010/TEM-032), ISO2000, ISO9000.

REFERENCES: Available upon Request.

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