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machine operator

Location:
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Salary:
15.00
Posted:
January 23, 2017

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Gregory A. Robinson

**** ****** ******

Richmond, VA 23222

804-***-****

acyfl9@r.postjobfree.com

CAREER OBJECTIVE

Looking for a position as a Machine Operator with a company where I can utilize my exceptional skills in operating different types of machinery in order to orchestrate a smooth flow of production process. HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS

Over 14 years’ applied experience in operating diverse machines in a factory environment

Specialized courses in factory machine functioning and handling

Highly skilled in the safe and efficient use of tools

In-depth knowledge of machine setting and tendering procedures

Hands-on experience in lathe operations and drill-press operations SPECIAL SKILLS

• Proven ability to work according to manuals

• Able to produce best results on a tight schedule

• Precise and detail oriented

• Good mechanical aptitude

• Excellent hand-eye coordination

• Adept at operating forklift and pallet jack

WORK EXPERIENCE

FELIX SCHOELLER NORTH AMERICA, Pulaski, New York – December 2013 to January 2014 Trained employee on a cartoner and case packer.

Schmitt, E.G. Company, Richmond, VA – April 2003 - 2013 Lead Operator

Provided assessment of all line personnel to operator and management staff

Provided product that meets or exceeds customer expectations and specifications

Observed all safety rules and regulations

Provided product that meets or exceeds customer expectations and specifications.

Worked from job docket, approved samples and instructions from machine Operator and Shift

Supervisor.

Used computer to account for all raw materials as well as the finished product.

Maintained complete and accurate production reports.

Shifted, added or removed line personnel in order to maintain consistent workflow of a quality product to and from the assigned line.

Managed line tender's downtime created when machine is down.

Verified that correct products have been sent to the line by using control plan.

Ordered and maintain supplies on the line.

Filled in for all line personnel needed.

Assisted operator as needed.

Gregory A. Robinson 2

Coordinated and completes line clearance, scrapping and return to stock while preparing for the next job.

Provided assessment of all line personnel to Operator and Shift Supervisor.

Performed minor repairs to sealers, tape machine and bagging units.

Reported machine and equipment malfunctions to operator, maintenance personnel and/or Supervisor.

Reviewed and adds appropriate information to learning logs.

Maintained waste at an acceptable level.

Kept work area neat and clean at all times.

Schmitt, E.G. Company, Richmond, VA – April 2000 – April 2003 Machine Operator I

Observed all safety rules and regulations

Provided product that meets or exceeds customer expectations and specifications.

Provided product that meets or exceeds Schmitt, EG quality and productivity standards

Used production computer system to perform various functions as they relate to manufacturing, reporting and warehouse management.

Worked from job docket, control plan, and instructions from Shift Supervisor.

Useed computer to account for all raw materials as well as the finished product.

Maintained complete and accurate production reports.

Ordered and maintained supplies on the line.

Maintained waste at an acceptable level.

Started machine and observes operation to detect malfunctions of machine.

Reported malfunctions to the Shift Supervisor or Maintenance Department.

Made adjustments or repairs for product changeovers, sets guides, and clears away damaged products.

Reviewed and added appropriate information to learning logs.

Feed product to conveyors, hoppers, or other feeding devices, bags and seals product, and unloads packaged product.

Coordinates and completes line clearance, scrapping and return to stocks while preparing for the next job.

Kept work area neat and clean at all times.

Schmitt, E.G. Company, Richmond, VA – April 1998 – April 2000 Machine Operator II

Observed all safety rules and regulations

Provided product that meets or exceeds customer expectations and specifications.

Provides product that meets or exceeds Schmitt, EG quality and productivity standards

Used computer system to perform various functions as they relate to manufacturing, reporting and warehouse management.

Worked from job docket, control plan, and instructions from Shift Supervisor.

Used computer to account for all raw materials as well as the finished product.

Maintained complete and accurate production reports.

Ordered and maintained supplies on the line.

Maintained waste at an acceptable level.

Started machine and observes operation to detect malfunctions of machine.

Reported malfunctions to the Shift Supervisor or Maintenance Department.

Made adjustments or repairs for product changeovers, sets guides, and clears away damaged products.

Gregory A. Robinson 3

Reviewed and adds appropriate information to learning logs.

Feeds product to conveyors, hoppers, or other feeding devices, bags and seals product, and unloads packaged product.

Coordinated and completes line clearance, scrapping and return to stocks while preparing for the next job.

Kept work area neat and clean at all times.

QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCE

To master a job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or ability that I possess. CERTIFICATION TRAINING

See attachment

EDUCATION

Automotive Mechanic, 1, 2, 3, and 4 at Richmond Technical Center - Graduated, January, 2016 (2 year program)

John Marshall High School, Richmond, Va

REFERENCES

Mr. Steve Cushman

Plant Manager

Schmitt, E.G. & Company

3900 Technology Court

Sandston, VA 23150-5017

804-***-****



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