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Syracuse, New York, United States
January 16, 2018

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Professional Summary

I have 15 years of manufacturing experience & 3 years as a Team Leader. I am a fast

learner & can adapt to situations as they present themselves. I am a hard worker that

takes pride in my work, & being a self starter is important to me along with being a

reliable & responsible person.


Strong customer focus

Quality assurance

Understanding of client business requirements

Critical thinking


Team leader

Electrical provisions installation

Works well in a team environment

Complex technical information


Quick learner

Adept multi-tasker

Work History

November 2017 to Present

Express Employment Professionals-Self Lock Screw Products Syracuse, NY

Cable Assembler

Using a wire stripper machine to strip the jackets off the cables

Using a crimping machine & hand crimper to put on the proper contacts on the end of the cables

Pinning out the end of the crimped cable into the correct connector

Soldering the cables into male/female connections

February 2015 to 2017

Access CNY Syracuse, NY

Assistant/Personal Helper

Taking care of person(s) with disabilities

Preparing meals, laundry, cleaning, general housework

Taking person to doctor appointments

Grocery shopping/picking up prescriptions

Taking care of pets

Making sure pathways are clear & snow free in the winter months

February 2013 to February 2015

JMA Wireless Liverpool, NY

Entry Level Assembly

Soldering cable clips on divider boards

Usage of calipers

Assembling reflectors on the bottom of the antenna metal

Inspected cables for defects

Matching the corresponding phased matched cables into their proper locations according

to documentation & soldering the pins to assure proper connection

Troubleshooting/re-working antenna failures to ensure passing before shipping

Making sure the build of the antennas are completed in a timely manner according to

customer requirements

Mechanically assemble wiper fixtures for the antenna tilt meeting customer


May 2005 to February 2013

ICM Controls Corporation Syracuse, NY

Assembly/Team Leader/Quality Inspector

Delegated & oversaw daily assignments to my team of six employees

Soldered, assembled & tested products on a daily basis

Inspected parts for defects such as voids, solder bridges & solder shorts

Worked with a pad printing machine on a daily basis

Worked with the quality control team to ensure compliance & resolved outstanding issues, also to ensure that occurring issues were not problematic in the future

Discussed products with the engineer & design team

Operated machinery in the department daily

Working with the maintenance team when issues arise with the machinery

Closed shop packets/shop travelers

Completed daily job reports

Made sure products were done in a timely manner

Inventory of finished products

Re-working parts that fail after the test procedure

Understanding blueprints & schematics

Packed products according to customer specifications

Audited products in the department

Taught new employees how to test products & follow test instructions properly up to 600 volts

Taught new employees how to operate machinery properly & safely

Always maintained a safe & clean work environment

April 2000 to May 2005

PPC East Syracuse, NY

Trap Dept

Populating the boards with specific parts according to the diagram

Inspection to ensure the parts are correct, also making sure there are no solder

bridges/shorts/voids on the boards after coming out of the solder wave & applying solder

where it is needed

Notching & tuning the parts to make sure the range of each part is within the customers


Usage of calipers & micro-meters.

April 2000 to May 2005

PPC East Syracuse, NY

Fiber Optic Technician

Breaking out the cables to expose the fibers inside

Using color coordinated tubing to put on the fibers inside the cables using wire strippers & crimpers

Using a machine polisher to polish & smooth the connectors that are attached to the end of each fiber

Measuring the tolerance of each fiber to make sure that the readings are within the specifications of the customer requirements

Routing the color coordinated fibers into a panel box to meet customer specifications


Lincoln Middle School Syracuse, NY



IPC A 610 D & J-STD-001 D

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