firstname.lastname@example.org I 330-***-**** I 3136 38th St. SW. Canton, Ohio 44706
Special Hiring Authority: Yes- Schedule A
Federal Experience: United States Army
Security Clearance: No
To find a productive job within my related skills that will allow me to be a great asset to your team.
• Troubleshooting Computer Microsoft word Excel
•Tow motor & Crane operator
• Microsoft Office Suite
•Operate Office Equipment
•Read blue prints
RT I INTERNATIONAL METALS/Arconic I CANTON, OHIO
01 /2012 -02/2018
Furnace Operator, vacuum furnaces, ran and repaired vacuum furnaces. Cleaned furnaces and did all repairs needed to keep the furnace running, such as the torch nozzles, furnace gate valves, and voe pumps. Also performed preventive maintenance
•Removed and replaced worn machine accessories to keep products within desired tolerances.
•Documented daily production data and submitted accurate, timely logs to keep management up to date on activities.
•Adjusted controls to change machine settings, reducing errors of finished products.
HEAD LAB TECHNICIAN Aug
DLH INDUSTRIES INC I CANTON, OHIO
01 /2004 - 07/2009
•Set up all lab equipment to perform destructive testing on all products produced such as windshield washer systems, thermoplastics, nylon plastics, clips and many more products.
•Put products through extreme environmental testing to see if the could withstand the extreme weather conditions, which they were designed to withstand.
•Ensured that all products we in specification compliance.
•Was in charge of all equipment calibrations and made sure it was in compliance with NIST procedures.
IRON POURER, LAB TECHNICIAN Mar
OHIO CAST PRODUCTS I CANTON, OHIO
01 / 1992 - 05/2004
•Foundry work making cast iron products, from the cores to pouring the molten metal.
•Was lead man in the core room where I set up and changed molds for the next product on the schedule.
•Moved to the foundry and poured the hot molten iron.
•Became a Lab Technician where I controlled the chemistry in the iron such as the carbon, silicon, magnesium and other alloys needed.
•Also used a spectrometer to test the material to make sure it met all specifications.
Vehicle Wheel Repairer 01 /1988 -02/1992
HEAVY WHEEL VEHICLE REPAIRER May, US ARMY FORT I Ft. Ord, CALIFORNIA
•Repaired 5-Tons, Deuce and Halves, Humvees, and other vehicles that needed repaired.
•Repaired transfers, transmissions, engines, valve covers, and many more.
• Responsible for of over 50,000 dollar worth of tools and kept inventory on all tools in and out of the field. vacuum furnaces.
•Ran, repaired vacuum furnaces.
•Cleaned the furnace and did all the repairs needed to keep the furnaces running such as the torches, torch nozzles, and furnace gate valves and vac pumps.
•Performed preventive maintenance also.
ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED BUSINESS DEGREE
STARK STATE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
United States Army 1988-1992