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Customer Service Forklift Operator

Location:
Rutland, Vermont, 05701, United States
Salary:
30,000. / 40,000. Year
Posted:
January 30, 2018

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Robert Preedom

Dock Worker/ Forklift Operator - Carris Reels Assembly

Rutland, VT 05701

ac39aw@r.postjobfree.com - 802-***-****

Lead person who thrives in a dynamically changing environment while working as a team member and meeting all production deadlines. Dependable self-starter experienced in manufacturing production, assembly, quality assurance and machine operation and maintenance.Assembler who reads blueprints with ease and works quickly and efficiently on fast-paced assembly lines. Assembler skilled in managing multiple tasks with frequently changing priorities. Meets deadlines and continuously projects a positive attitude. Efficient forklift operator in shipping and receiving. Comfortable with technology and industrial machinery. Quickly learns new skills and processes. Responsible and hardworking who can collaborate with a team and produce quality work on tight deadlines. Experienced Fabricator knowledgeable about general warehouse operations. Works quickly and stays focused under strict deadlines.

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

WORK EXPERIENCE

Dock Worker/ Forklift Operator

Carris Reels Assembly - West Rutland, VT -

October 2001 to Present

Worked directly with production manager, leads to achieve goals. Directed 5 warehouse shipping associates.

Stacked and stored pallets at the end of the shift to keep warehouse clean and organized. Led warehouse improvement initiatives to advance operational efficiencies. Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards. Trained staff on material handling processes to reduce shipping times. Reported all equipment failures and malfunctions to supervisor. Stocked, staged and transported goods.

Redirected shipments en route in response to customer requests. Moved freight, stock and other materials to and from storage and production areas and loading docks. Received, stored and shipped goods and materials.

Stacked and transported all overstock to storage areas. Attached identifying tags to containers.

Forecasted manpower requirements based on daily workload and company targets. Sorted cargo before loading and unloading.

Stacked and piled lumber, boards and pallets.

Picked up incoming stock and delivered materials to designated locations. Operated forklifts and other heavy machinery safely. Loaded and unloaded ship cargo.

Recorded Numbers of units handled and moved using daily production sheets and work tickets.

Production Worker

Carris Reels Assembly - West Rutland, VT -

October 2001 to Present

Maintained counts and lifts, shifts and stocks materials and parts. Recognized and reported defective material and equipment to shift supervisor. Planned and paced work efficiently in order to meet daily, weekly, project or production goals.

Disassembled, reassembled and corrected changeover. Observed all safety policies and procedures

Closely inspected parts to ensure they were clean and free of contaminants. Correctly and safely used a variety of hand tools, saws and cutting equipment to carry out job duties. Received and correctly processed both written and verbal instructions, prints and work orders.

Obtained appropriate tooling and fixtures.

Inspected and tested components, assemblies and power tools. Installed protective devices such as bracing, padding, or strapping to prevent shifting or damage during shipping.

Cnc Machinist

Preci-Manufacturing Inc - Winooski, VT -

January 1998 to September 2001

Adhered to all safety protocols and safe work practices to reduce likelihood of injury. Used CNC and manual equipment to perform rough and finishing machining. Laid out and set up work area quickly for change overs of H-300, Haus, MH-40 milling machines.

Worked directly from blueprints, patterns, sketches and specifications. Operated forklifts, hoists and other material handling equipment. Interpreted drawings and planed work in proper operational sequence on multi-cut jobs. Lubricated parts and performed minor maintenance to improve machine function. Operated heavy duty lathes, boring machines and mills, planers, shapers and grinders. Studied blueprints, work instruction, sketches, drawings and manuals to determine dimensions and tolerances.

Detected and reported malfunctions and out-of-tolerance machining. Selected, aligned and secured holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories and materials on MH-40.

Removed burrs on all machined parts.

Routinely monitored the feed and speed of machines during the machining process. Upheld top-quality workmanship and excellent customer service Automotive Tech - South Burlington, VT -

May 1997 to October 1997

South Burlington, VT

Communicated effectively with customers on future problems and repairs that might need to be addressed.

Reviewed work orders and discussed them with supervisors. Interfaced with management and colleagues in a professional manner. Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives and adjusting controls and systems. Disassembled engines and repaired or replaced defective parts. Repaired, replaced and adjusted brakes and brake pads. Tested vehicles and their components and systems.

Safely used all hand and power tools, including the T-stripper, T-cutter, torque and wrench. Replaced drive and hydraulic systems.

Adjusted repaired systems to meet manufacturers\' performance specifications. Cleaned and removed grease on engines and engine compartments using specific chemicals.

Examined gauges and dials to verify that the testing equipment was working properly. Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups. Completed routine maintenance to prevent future breakdowns. Upheld top-quality workmanship and excellent customer service. Maintained vehicle records by recording and filing all service and repairs. Assembler/Production

Production Line - West Rutland, VT -

May 1985 to October 1996

West Rutland, VT

Maintained counts and lifts, shifts and stocks materials and parts. Recognized and reported defective material and equipment to shift supervisor. Executed the entire assembly process by accurately interpreting set-up sheets, work orders, drawings or blueprints.

Planned and paced work efficiently in order to meet daily, weekly, project or production goals.

Disassembled, reassembled and corrected changeover. Observed all safety policies and procedures

Closely inspected parts to ensure they were clean and free of contaminants. Correctly and safely used a variety of hand tools, saws and cutting equipment to carry out job duties. Received and correctly processed both written and verbal instructions, prints and work orders.

Obtained appropriate tooling and fixtures.

Inspected and tested components, assemblies and power tools. Upheld top-quality workmanship and excellent customer service Automotive Tech - West Rutland, VT -

June 1978 to May 1985

West Rutland, VT

Completed routine maintenance to prevent future breakdowns. Upheld top-quality workmanship and excellent customer service. Managed and maintained the necessary level of supplies in the shop. Communicated effectively with customers on future problems and repairs that might need to be addressed.

Reviewed work orders and discussed them with supervisors. Interfaced with management and colleagues in a professional manner. Verified vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives and adjusting controls and systems. Disassembled engines and repaired or replaced defective parts. Repaired, replaced and adjusted brakes and brake pads. Tested vehicles and their components and systems.

Safely used all hand and power tools, including the T-stripper, T-cutter, torque and wrench. Replaced drive and hydraulic systems.

Adjusted repaired systems to meet manufacturers\' performance specifications. Cleaned and removed grease on engines and engine compartments using specific chemicals.

Managed the front counter, including answering the phone and opening and closing the shop. Examined gauges and dials to verify that the testing equipment was working properly. Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications and tune-ups. Maintained vehicle records by recording and filing all service and repairs. EDUCATION

High School Diploma

Rutland High School - Rutland, VT

SKILLS

SHIPPING (10+ years), CONVEYOR (10+ years), MATERIAL HANDLING (10+ years), FORKLIFT (10+ years), ASSEMBLY (10+ years)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

SKILLS

Exhaust systems Pneumatic tools use

Forklift operator Maintenance of shop equipment

Production procedures Expert in mechanical assembly Assembly line production Small parts assembly

Extremely quick learner Skilled in final assembly processes Material handling expert Fusing, cutting and measuring tools Exceptional organizational skills experience

Numerical controls understanding Qualified in blueprint interpretation CNC machine operation Knowledge of metal parts and assemblies Sawing and sanding

Mechanical drawing interpretation

Caliper use

Quality assurance

Team leader

Organized

Safe driver

Analytical thinker

Deadline-driven

Material inventory skill

Shipping and receiving

OSHA standards

Quality inspection

Material handling

Scheduling

Mathematical aptitude

Troubleshooting

Palletizer knowledge

Hard working and self-motivated

Current Forklift Certification



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