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Machine Operator Plant

Greenville, South Carolina, United States
May 12, 2019

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Robert Crowe

864-***-**** 864-***-****

*** *********** ******, ********, ** 29388

To pursue a career that will best benefit my employer by using my diversified skills and experiences, while providing the opportunity for professional advancement and growth with the company. By being the employee I can possibly be that best benefits the company grow and prosper by the work I perform as part of a team to be a successful business that I plan to make my home to the day I retire. Ability to take control

immediately and provide

direction for specified task.

• Very good communicational

skills utilized to develop an

atmosphere of cooperation and


• I work very well with others

and i also work very well alone.

I catch on fast and understand

how to manage time very well.

• Once hired i am a 100%

committed company man and

very dedicated.

• • Several certificate programs

Fsupervisory certificate


• • Electronic trouble shooting • Facilitating with progress

• Basic diesel enegines

Machine Operator

MAU Workforce Solutions/ AFL – Greenville, SC December 2018 - March 2019 I worked at a plant cleaning, stretching, coat different gauges of steal wire that would later become steal braided wire for telephone poles, the wire entwined with electrical wire to support from breaking in any conditions. Assembler

MAU Workforce Solutions/ Benteler Automotive – Greenville, SC October 2018 - December 2018 I worked on many different operations on the assembly line that built the 2020 x7 series BMW, building the chassis, the front and rear.

Textile Factory Worker

Inman Mills – Enoree, SC August 2008 - February 2014 I began at the bottom level of the warp crew that changed the out the looms with empty warps with full warps by cutting out yarn on the old warp and tying in to end with the full warps of yarn. A process that is done by 4 different people. I was the head of the crew. I had to make sure each step was done correct before I tied in the warp. Assembly Worker

Adecco Staffing/ Goodrich Corporation – Greenville, SC March 2006 - December 2006 I generally worked on stainless steal parts that were machine to precision. I would do assembly, testing parts with jet fuel, ball tack caps on for braze to go thru heat treat, sandblast, and run different presses. Machine Operator

Fisher Barton – Fountain Inn, SC February 2005 - January 2006 EDUCATION

I worked as a machine operator with several different kind of brake presses, punch presses. Also work on and operated several different kinds of robotic welding machines, as well as a lot of assembling of parts and moving full containers or pallets in a warehouse to be eventually shipped out to the customer. I also worked some with forklift. Internal Quality Inspector

Caterpillar – Fountain Inn, SC January 1996 - January 2004 Midsize diesel engine facility, assembly marine build-up. IQI-internal quality inspection. Tearing engine down after two hour heat test checking torque on bolt through out engine including main bearing, piston connecting rods. Rebuilt engine back up to be hot tested again all in the same day. I used forklift to move engine from place to place in the plant.


Woodruff High School Woodruff, SC June 1983

Greenville Technical College Greenville, SC

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