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Multiple Bindery Machine Operator (Perfect Binder, Saddle Stitcher, Fo

Location:
Senatobia, Mississippi, United States
Salary:
Depends on the Machine to be operated
Posted:
October 25, 2018

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NICHOLE FRANCIS

WIDE VARIETY OF BINDERY

MACHINE OPERATING

SOME TRAINING ON PRESS

EMAIL: ac7h4s@r.postjobfree.com

PHONE: 662-***-****

ADDRESS: *** ******* ****** **.

Senatobia, MS 38668

SUMMARY OF MYSELF AND MY PRINTING EXPERIENCE:

My first real job was in the printing world and I have been in it pretty much ever since. Totaling my bindery experience at about 15 years. I truly enjoy the challenges, the experiences with different types of printing and processes, the growing knowledge, the career advancement opportunities and the people I get to work with each day. I am a reliable, mechanically able, self and team motivated operator that is always eager to learn more and apply new skills. I am a strong leader that enjoys motivating others in a positive manner and keeping the moral of my crew light and fun while keeping quality first in mind and production at 100%, or better. I have been very successful in managing crews and operating stitchers, perfect binders and other miscellaneous bindery equipment.

Some of the machines and equipment I have experience operating include;

- Mueller Perfect Binder (currently operating)

- Mueller Saddle Stitcher

- 8 pocket Mueller Inserter

- In-line mailing (inkjet [Domino and Prism], and paper labels) I was never titled as a small machine operator, but some of the machines and equipment that I learned to run and filled in for when needed include;

- Off-line mailing (ink jet [Video Jet] and paper labels)

- Small table-fed Folder

- Pockets on Heidelberg and Mueller Perfect Binders

- Cutters (never trained on changing knife)

- Harris Saddle Stitcher

- Heidelberg Die Cutter

- Windmill Die Cutter

- Scoring table

- Plate making and bending for press

- I also learned to fill ink, put on plates and started setting color on Tensor Press

(We fell an operator short in the bindery, so I had to go back over) Printing Employment

(Starting with current employment)

LSC Communications - Bindery Operator 3

Senatobia, MS

May 2016- Currently Employed

Job Duties

-Read, understand and follow job tickets for distributions and special instructions

-Communicate well with crew, other co-workers, maintenance and management

-Lead the line

-Train new hires or current employees to operate machine (trained employees on both binding lines after almost 1 yr. of employment)

-Meet/ exceed throughput goals without jeopardizing quality

-Set up, run, and troubleshoot Patent Binding Line (Binder, Trimmer and Stacker)

-Maintain and perform Preventative Maintenace (RAM), working over time and involving maintenace when needed

Skills Applied

-Communication

-Leadership

-Follow directions

-Mechanical

-Some Computer (Data Merge)

-Fast to learn and apply new skills to new machines Signature Offset- Lead Operator

Olivebranch, MS

June 2015- May 2016

Job Duties

-Work throughout the day or night unsupervised or with limited supervision (no shift supervisor)

-Communicate with crew, press room supervisor and plant management

-Check job list and trucking schedule, (for times jobs must be completed), each day upon arrival

-Crew up the lines for production

-Manage crew- keep on task and send people home when not needed

-Drive a forklift to move loads in or out, and to take loads to the wrapper

-Set up, run and troubleshoot all machines in the bindery department - Mueller Stitcher, Offline Inkjet mail line, and a Mueller Inserter

- Maintain and perform preventative maintenance on all lines (no maintenance department)

-Read and follow directions on job tickets

-Train new employees and new operators

-Work in plate room when needed- making and bending plates

-Work in press room when needed- stacking, hanging plates, filling ink troughs, started setting ink

-Work flexible hours (work all three shifts in one week- come in when needed and leave when all jobs for the day/night are completed)

Skills Used

-Good Communication

-Leadership

-Mechanical

-Ability to be trained on and turned loose on new machinery quickly Direct FX

Southaven, MS

February 2015- June 2015

Job Duties

-Communicate with co-workers, CSRs, and Management

-Read and follow job jacket for special instructions on packaging and different shipment quantities

-Perform any steps needed before final packaging- hand folding, gluing, shrink wrapping, belly banding, boxing, weighing, etc.

-Final packaging, stacking and flagging

Skills Used

-Communication

-Quickly learned new processes

-Mechanical- Learned to operate new machines to help out when needed

(small table-fed folder, small cutter, windmill die cutter, Heidleberg die cutter) RR Donnelley- Saddle Stitcher Operator

Greenfield, OH

February 2006- December 2011

Job Duties

-Follow directions on job ticket

-Run line as fast as possible without jeopardizing quality of magazine

-Set up, run, adjust and troubleshoot machine in it's entirety (mailing included)

-Maintain and perform preventative maintenance on the line

-Set up, run and troubleshoot paper label mailhead and ink jet system (Domino and Prism Systems)

- Troubleshoot and maintain Aarpac

-Lead and manage crew- involving them in production goals and keep on task

-Be able to be a part of the crew as well as operating stitcher- when short handed Skills Used

-Communication

-Leadership

-Mechanical

-Computer (Data Merge)

-Readiness and ability to learn and apply new skills RR Donnelley- General Bindery (Core Crew)

Greenfield, OH

March 2000-February 2006

Job Duties

-Read job ticket, fill out log book, fill out load flags as far as possible, line up stock to pockets

-Assist operator during makereadies- set top of pockets, format ink jet label to ready to print, run paper labels up to ready to apply, fill glue pot for labels

-Make sure everything that will be needed for job is at the line and easily accessable

-Feed pockets

-Read, sort and stack mail

-Brick stack/ carton pack off-line distributions

-Stay busy during any downtime

-Keep line running while operator is away from line Skills Used

-Trainability- Ink jet systems and Stitcher

-Mechanical

-Light troubleshooting and problem solving- Small adjustments, stitcher heads, light mail head issues, light ink jet issues

-Communication

-Leadership- While operator was away from line, I was responsible for keeping it running Mechanically and crew wise

-Readiness, Eagerness and ability to continue learning and applying new skills Education

High School

-Earned GED from Southern State Community College in 2012 College

-Southern State Community College

1 full year completed

*President's list for quarters 1,2 and 3

*Dean's list for quarter 4

References

Mike Coppedge- Plant manager, Signature Offset

901-***-****

Elton Weiss- Press Operator/ Press Supervisor, Signature Offset

901-***-****

Mike Huber- Bindery Supervisor, RR Donnelley

937-***-****

John Countryman- Bindery Supervisor, RR Donnelley

937-***-****



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