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Machine Operator, Quality Tech, Material Handler, Fortlift Operator

Sumter, SC
March 12, 2019

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Tesharol Woods

Machine Operator/Material Handler - Finishing

Turbeville, SC


Willing to relocate: Anywhere

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Machine Operator

Eaton - Sumter, SC

August 2018 to Present

As an employee of Eaton I Tesharol Woods have had my share of setting up electrical panels, inspecting them by making sure all labels were removed also making sure all screws and parts were tightened and in the correct place based upon the bill of materials and the blueprint given. I have also made sure all lockouts were properly installed before shipping product any further on the production floor. I’ve also ordered materials needed for the department throughout the work day when authorized to do so. These are only a few of the things I’ve done throughout my time spent with Eaton. Rubber Injection Molding Operator

GE Corporate - Camden, SC

May 2018 to Present

As an injection molding tech. my were but weren’t limited to making sure all ingredients were mixed properly also checking pressurized temperatures and calibrating the machines. I also inspected the product to insure that all materials being made were correct with no defects. I also packaged the items and made sure all was accounted for before departure from the facility. Breaker Assembler/ Wiring Tech

Schneider Electric - Hopkins, SC

December 2017 to Present

As an Breaker Assembler for Schneider Electric my duties included but weren't limited to assembling breakers and wiring them. I also added the correct copper, frames and clusters listed on material documents. As apart of my duties I also tested all breakers for defaults and inspected them before packaging.

Machine Operator/Material Handler

Finishing - Alcolu, SC

May 2017 to November 2017

As an employee of Georgia Pacific of OSB Lumber I held multiple duties such as labeling the product and getting it

ready for shipment.I also ran a panel board and a lifter for our OSB Lumber. As a part of my duties I cleaned all of the machine equipment and programmed them also. Made sure that quality was number one and that quantity was

number two.

Mixer Operator

Continental Tires - Sumter, SC

January 2017 to July 2017

While working for Continental Tires I ran an conveyor line for our rubber that we made. I also controlled the panel board and made sure that our rubber was the correct weight and density insuring that all measurements of

ingredients were correct, this was done by taking samples to our in-house lab for testing. As a part of my duties I also

would remove rubber from the conveyor and take it to the downgrade area in the facility. I also cleaned all areas of my working station as a part of my job and did minor maintenance adjustments. Correctional Officer

Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center - Columbia, SC

March 2016 to December 2016

While working at Alvin S. Glenn I've learn true patience. I've been in a unit with 60 inmates doing direct supervision,

I've documented paperwork that then had to be documented into our system. Amazon Warehouse Associate

Amazon Inc - Columbia, SC

May 2014 to March 2015


I as an associate packaged items, I've managed co-workers, and I've also worked as a floater. I've worked along side of HR instructors also. I found that to be the most easy part working there, most would find it nerve wrecking but I felt as though that's where I belonged. Accomplishments

I've became a lot more opened with my ideas, I've learned from different people, I've also learn its okay to take

control. I'm open minded to new ideas and giving mines. Skills Used

Management, also working an assembly line, inspector, and also floating helped me conquer my fears of learning

new things so now I walk into things with an open mind. It's okay to be fearless. Chill Room Operator

Pilgrims Pride - Sumter, SC

October 2012 to February 2014


My responsibilities while working at Pilgrims Pride consisted of working the Chill Room where our poultry

decontamination step took place. This was done by monitoring water temperatures and pressures, and I also ensured

that all water levels were within OSHA'S required guidelines. While monitoring these 4 processing tanks I also had to make sure that the calibration of the thermometers were accurate at all times, I also had to inspect in and around the

processing room for leakage, and also to ensure that all machine equipment were running efficiently. Accomplishments

I learned that many accomplishments will come to you with patience. Skills Used

Being OSHA certified helped out alot.

Machine Operator

Nan Ya Plastics - Lake City, SC

February 2012 to April 2013


My responsibilities included inspecting all materials imported for defects and also flaws. As apart of being an inspector I had to make repairs and enter information into the data base before having merchandise exported.


During my time with Nan Ya I learned a lot about software. Education

Bachelors in Business Administration

South University - Savannah, GA

2014 to 2019


Shipping Receiving, Warehouse Associate, Shipping, Picker Packer, Forklift, Manufacturing, Machine Operator, Packaging, Quality Control, Warehouse, Powerpoint, CNC, Excel, fast learner, Problem Solving, Data Entry, Maintenance


Driver's License


Mechanical Skills: Aptitude — Proficient

March 2019

Measures a candidate's ability to understand and apply mechanical concepts and processes. Full results: Indeed Assessments provides skills tests that are not indicative of a license or certification, or continued development in any professional field.

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