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Maintenance Technician Machine Operator

Location:
Baltic, Connecticut, 06330, United States
Salary:
$50,000
Posted:
October 05, 2016

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Justin Briere

Born: January 3, 1986

Objective

Would like to find a job that I can strive in and make a career out of. I learn quickly and excel at what I am taught. I have always consider myself a leader and given the opportunity would be an excellent candidate for management.

Experience

9/15-Current

Bob’s Discount Furniture Warehouse

Taftville, CT

Maintenance Technician

§ All aspects of building maintenance

§ Repairing material handling equipment- forklifts, order pickers, golf carts, mowers etc.

§ Minor welding of machines and parts

5/08-6/13 International Paper Co.Putnam, CT

Machine Operator/Helper

§ 180 Flexo Helper/ setup machine to run specific orders and operate load former.

§ 180 Flexo Operator/ setup machine to run specific orders according to specs/QC.

§ 241 Die cut Operator/ setup machine to run specific orders according to specs/QC.

§ 241 Die cut Helper/ setup machine to run specific orders and operate feeding section

5/07-11/07

AR Installations. Bozarh, CT

Installer

§ Installed cable television, internet, phones, and networks.

§ Have experience with utility poles.

8/06-4/07

Walmart. Lisbon, CT

Tire and Lube Tech

§ Performed oil changes, checked all fluids in vehicles, and fuel injector flushes.

§ Mounted, balanced, and rotated tires.

§ Also disposed of oil and tires.

3/06-6/06 Sign Solutions Plainfield, CT

Senior Installer

§ Assembled and installed signage in stores.

§ Skills: can read a tape measure to any fraction/ all aspects of general construction.

Whitcraft LLC Eastford, CT

Deburrer/Parts mover/Expeditor § Removed burrs from jet/helicopter engine parts. Had to follow strict specs and tolerances.

§ Moved parts from job to job inside mill to ensure completion for specific deadlines.

§ Took care of all inventories of parts stored in house and kept detailed records and spreadsheets on Excel.

Education

2001-2002 Plainfield High School

2002-2003 H.H. Ellis Tech

2003-2004 Eastconn Of Danielson

2013-2014 NETTTS CDL

§ Automotive at Ellis Tech. Graduated High Honors from Eastconn

§ CDL

About Me

Raised in Plainfield/Killingly area, Plainfield with my mother and Killingly with my father. Brought up with a father in manufacturing, step father in trucking, grandfather was a general contractor/master carpenter, three uncles, one in mechanics, second in excavation/diesel mechanic and the last a rental property owner who performed most his own repairs so needless to say I was raised in a very strong mechanically inclined family and the same was instilled in me too. I followed suite and pursued the automotive field but unfortunately I was not smart and decided to return to Plainfield High only to leave there a year later and graduate from Eastconn. I was a rebellious teen and had a tendency to bounce from job to job but shortly after reaching my 20s I smartened up and finally landed a good paying steady job at International Paper of Putnam, CT. I was there for a little over five years and showed potential to move up and was working towards learning all machines in my department and becoming department operator but I got injured on the job and it was my own fault it happened and they had to let me go. Shortly after that my father had a severe heart attack so I flew out to Arizona, where he lives now, to take care of him. I returned a few months later only to not have much success finding work until finally a friend started his own construction company and I worked for him for the next two years. In the meantime I had reconnected with my high school sweetheart and a year later we were expecting a beautiful little girl and bought a duplex. I had to find something steady again so I got a job with Bob’s Discount Furniture Warehouse in Taftville, CT as a customer pick up associate. A month later I heard of the maintenance technician job opening and with my automotive background and years of construction and mechanical background I jumped on it, getting it once I got past my 90 day probationary period hoping for better wages and a possible career but that has not panned out for me and not for the lack of me working hard and learning a new trade either. So I again am on the search for a new job that can hopefully become a career as I need this to help support my fiancé, her three amazing kids and our now four month daughter.

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