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Continuous Improvement Quality

Location:
Woonsocket, RI, 02895
Posted:
March 09, 2018

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Marzena Sadko

** **** ****** **. • Woonsocket, RI 02895 • 401-***-****

Electro Mechanical Assembler

SUMMARY

Trustworthy and reliable Electro Mechanical Assembler with 10+ years of progressive experience. Focused, consistent and detail oriented individual with innate ability to identify quality issues. Proven ability to work effectively with managers and co-workers alike with minimal supervision. Excellent attitude – always flexible when assignments change; happy to take on new responsibilities and learn new skills. Trained in Lean and continuous improvement.

Key Competencies Include:

• Reading Blueprints • Quality Assurance • Material Inspection

• Electrical Testing • Documentation/Reports • Safety Standards

• Identifying Quality Issues • Hand Tools • 5S Policies

• Final Inspection • Light Machinery • Kanban & Continuous Flow

EXPERIENCE

Cartridge Line Assembler

Rypos, Inc., Franklin, MA (2006 - 2017)

Followed process sheets, assembly and verbal instructions to assemble, test and process filtration cartridges for intelligent particulate filter systems for diesel engines.

Participated in work cell rotation schedule.

Active contributor to continuous improvement project that increased profit margins 5%.

Used hand tools and light machinery to score, pleat, crimp, assemble, cement and test product.

Inspected in-process and incoming materials.

Maintained detailed productivity, test and inspection reports.

Followed company safety standards and regulations.

Maintained tools, equipment and workplace in a clean and orderly fashion (5S).

Contract Work

Select Staff, Franklin, MA (2003; 2005 - 2006)

Various contract positions in assembly and warehouse.

General Assembly

Thermo Electron, Co., Franklin, MA (2003 - 2004)

Manufacturing and assembly of a variety of sensors.

Tools used included punch press, spat welder, hand press, microscope.

Handled chemicals according to safety procedures.

General Assembly

Advanced Interconnect Inc., Franklin, MA (1995 - 2002)

Prepped, crimped, chamfered, soldered and inspected copper cable.

Used stripping machine, crimping machine, chamfer machine and quality inspection devices.

Fiber optic work included prepping, stripping, crimping, installing connectors and quality control.

EDUCATION

Lean Training, TWI Training & Examination Services: 96 hours of classroom and hands-on training

Journeyman Diploma, Vocational School, Poland



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