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Microsoft Office Mechanical

Phoenix, Arizona, United States
May 16, 2018

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Kevin Roeder

Mechanical Assembler - GE

Phoenix, AZ 85027 - 623-***-****

To obtain a challenging position in a large competitive company with lots of room for advancement. Authorized to work in the US for any employer


Mechanical assembler

GE power - Phoenix, AZ - August 2016 to Present

Assembly of high-voltage sensors and columns used internationally and National... built variety of field safe equipment chassis used in cabinets cut and label soldering wires for boards on temp sensors in high voltage columns & sensors..Mechanical assembly and subassemblies.. Soldering of cable harnesses and boards, back panels front panels and large field safe cabinet wiring.. Assembler Associate II

Honeywell - Phoenix, AZ - October 2005 to August 2016 Assemble, test, calibrate, and trouble-shoot Pressure Transmitters for the Field Solutions Regional Distribution Center; pick and pack Specialty Transmitters Manufacturing Technician

STMicroelectronics, Inc - June 2005 to September 2005

• Operation of multiple (tools) machines from numerous areas

• Conducting Photo-clean and thickness of wafers on equipment for production

• Program and organize tools for production

Quality Assurance Inspector

Premier Semi-Conductors - March 2004 to October 2004

• Package and conducted QC inspection of end products for shipments

• Organize blueprints and certifications from production floor

• Handle shipping process, data entry, shipping labels, UPS and inventory control Operational Tech 3

St. Jude's Medical Center - January 2003 to February 2004

• Hybrid assembly of pacemakers and heart valves

• Preparation and assembly of conductive and non-conductive epoxy concentrate

• Quality control; checking sub-straights for bridging and off-line components

• Analyzing merchandise orders and blueprints for new production dates and new procedures Associate II

Honeywell/EFTC - September 1994 to December 2002

• Handling and transfer of aerospace products from stockroom to production line

• Shipping and receiving on cycles requirements

• Auditing of materials before production and material control in stockroom and production floor. EDUCATION

Greenway High School - Phoenix, AZ

May 1999


MICROSCOPE, Material handler, Assembly and production ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Proficient in Oracle, Mapper, AIMS, Windows and other Microsoft Office applications; Experience with multiple shipping programs and capable of manipulating small objects with use of microscope; Operation and testing of electrical units, components, wafers, etc.; Trained in HOS including Waste Observation (the 7 Wastes), 5S, Rapid Problem Solving and Visual Management; Completed all required Safety and Quality

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