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Machine Operator Power

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Phillips, WI
Posted:
February 29, 2020

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ALLEN J ENGSTROM

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adb2dl@r.postjobfree.com

715-***-****

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Dependable, hard-working and highly-skilled with 20+ years of experience in production and factory work. A remarkable ability to work fluently in a variety of different work duties and positions.

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Strong skill in various machine operations such as lathe, CNC, boring machine, table/ban saws, plasma cutter, steel bender, power scheers, etc. Highly reliable, hard-working, self-learner, ability to instruct efficiently, ability to perform consistent heavy manual labor.

EXPERIENCE

MACHINE OPERATOR SEMCO WINDOWS AND DOORS

AUGUST 2014 – DECEMBER 2020

• ADJUST MACHINE TABLES OR CUTTING DEVICES AND SET CONTROLS ON MACHINES TO PRODUCE SPECIFIED CUTS OR OPERATIONS. • ATTACH AND ADJUST GUIDES, STOPS, CLAMPS, CHUCKS, OR FEED MECHANISMS, USING HAND TOOLS. • CHANGE ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF SANDING, CUTTING, OR BORING MACHINE GUIDES TO PREVENT DEFECTS IN FINISHED PRODUCTS, USING HAND TOOLS. • CLEAN OR MAINTAIN PRODUCTS, MACHINES, OR WORK AREAS. • CONTROL HOISTS TO REMOVE PARTS OR PRODUCTS FROM WORK STATIONS. • DETERMINE PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND MATERIALS, WORK METHODS, AND MACHINE SETUP REQUIREMENTS, ACCORDING TO BLUEPRINTS, ORAL OR WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS, DRAWINGS, OR WORK ORDERS. • EXAMINE FINISHED WORKPIECES FOR SMOOTHNESS, SHAPE, ANGLE, DEPTH-OF-CUT, OR CONFORMITY TO SPECIFICATIONS AND VERIFY DIMENSIONS, VISUALLY AND USING HANDS, RULES, CALIPERS, TEMPLATES, OR GAUGES. • EXAMINE RAW WOODSTOCK FOR DEFECTS AND TO ENSURE CONFORMITY TO SIZE AND OTHER SPECIFICATION STANDARDS. • FEED STOCK THROUGH FEED MECHANISMS OR CONVEYORS INTO PLANING, SHAPING, BORING, MORTISING, OR SANDING MACHINES TO PRODUCE DESIRED COMPONENTS. • INSPECT AND MARK COMPLETED WORKPIECES AND STACK THEM ON PALLETS, IN BOXES, OR ON CONVEYORS SO THAT THEY CAN BE MOVED TO THE NEXT WORKSTATION. • INSPECT PULLEYS, DRIVE BELTS, GUARDS, OR FENCES ON MACHINES TO ENSURE THAT MACHINES WILL OPERATE SAFELY. • INSTALL AND ADJUST BLADES, CUTTERHEADS, BORING-BITS, OR SANDING-BELTS, USING HAND TOOLS AND RULES. • MONITOR OPERATION OF MACHINES AND MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO CORRECT PROBLEMS AND ENSURE CONFORMANCE TO SPECIFICATIONS. • PUSH OR HOLD WORKPIECES AGAINST, UNDER, OR THROUGH CUTTING, BORING, OR SHAPING MECHANISMS. • SECURE WOODSTOCK AGAINST A GUIDE OR IN A HOLDING DEVICE, PLACE WOODSTOCK ON A CONVEYOR, OR DUMP WOODSTOCK IN A HOPPER TO FEED WOODSTOCK INTO MACHINES. • REMOVE AND REPLACE WORN PARTS, BITS, BELTS, SANDPAPER, OR SHAPING TOOLS. • START MACHINES AND MOVE LEVERS TO ENGAGE HYDRAULIC LIFTS THAT PRESS WOODSTOCKS INTO DESIRED FORMS AND DISENGAGE LIFTS AFTER APPROPRIATE DRYING TIMES. • SET UP, PROGRAM, OPERATE, OR TEND COMPUTERIZED OR MANUAL WOODWORKING MACHINES, SUCH AS DRILL PRESSES, LATHES, SHAPERS, ROUTERS, SANDERS, PLANERS, OR WOOD-NAILING MACHINES. • SELECT KNIVES, SAWS, BLADES, CUTTER HEADS, CAMS, BITS, OR BELTS, ACCORDING TO WORKPIECE, MACHINE FUNCTIONS, OR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS. • START MACHINES, ADJUST CONTROLS, AND MAKE TRIAL CUTS TO ENSURE THAT MACHINERY IS OPERATING PROPERLY. • TRIM WOOD PARTS ACCORDING TO SPECIFICATIONS, USING PLANES, CHISELS, OR WOOD FILES OR SANDERS. • UNCLAMP WORKPIECES AND REMOVE THEM FROM MACHINES.

GENERAL LABORER/ FINAL ASSEMBLY PATIO HURD WINDOWS AND DOORS

AUGUST 2004 – JUNE 2013

• CHANGE MACHINE GEARS, USING WRENCHES. • COUNT FINISHED PRODUCTS TO DETERMINE IF PRODUCT ORDERS ARE COMPLETE. • EXAMINE PRODUCTS TO VERIFY CONFORMANCE TO QUALITY STANDARDS. • HELP PRODUCTION WORKERS BY PERFORMING DUTIES OF LESSER SKILL, SUCH AS SUPPLYING OR HOLDING MATERIALS OR TOOLS, OR CLEANING WORK AREAS AND EQUIPMENT. • LIFT RAW MATERIALS, FINISHED PRODUCTS, AND PACKED ITEMS, MANUALLY OR USING HOISTS. • LOAD AND UNLOAD ITEMS FROM MACHINES, CONVEYORS, AND CONVEYANCES. • MARK OR TAG IDENTIFICATION ON PARTS. • MEASURE AMOUNTS OF PRODUCTS, LENGTHS OF EXTRUDED ARTICLES, OR WEIGHTS OF FILLED CONTAINERS TO ENSURE CONFORMANCE TO SPECIFICATIONS. • OBSERVE EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS SO THAT MALFUNCTIONS CAN BE DETECTED, AND NOTIFY OPERATORS OF ANY MALFUNCTIONS. • OPERATE MACHINERY USED IN THE PRODUCTION PROCESS, OR ASSIST MACHINE OPERATORS. • PERFORM MINOR REPAIRS TO MACHINES, SUCH AS REPLACING DAMAGED OR WORN PARTS. • PLACE PRODUCTS IN EQUIPMENT OR ON WORK SURFACES FOR FURTHER PROCESSING, INSPECTING, OR WRAPPING. • READ GAUGES OR CHARTS, AND RECORD DATA OBTAINED. • RECORD INFORMATION, SUCH AS THE NUMBER OF PRODUCTS TESTED, METER READINGS, OR DATES AND TIMES OF PRODUCT PRODUCTION. • REMOVE PRODUCTS, MACHINE ATTACHMENTS, OR WASTE MATERIAL FROM MACHINES. • SEPARATE PRODUCTS ACCORDING TO WEIGHT, GRADE, SIZE, OR COMPOSITION OF MATERIALS USED TO PRODUCE THEM. • START MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT TO BEGIN PRODUCTION PROCESSES. • TRANSFER FINISHED PRODUCTS, RAW MATERIALS, TOOLS, OR EQUIPMENT BETWEEN STORAGE AND WORK AREAS OF PLANTS AND WAREHOUSES, BY HAND OR USING HAND TRUCKS OR POWERED LIFT TRUCKS. • UNCLAMP AND HOIST FULL REELS FROM BRAIDING, WINDING, OR OTHER FABRICATING MACHINES, USING POWER HOISTS.

MULLING TABLE OPERATOR SEMCO WINDOWS AND DOORS

2000 – 2005

• ADJUST MACHINE TABLES OR CUTTING DEVICES AND SET CONTROLS ON MACHINES TO PRODUCE SPECIFIED CUTS OR OPERATIONS. • ATTACH AND ADJUST GUIDES, STOPS, CLAMPS, CHUCKS, OR FEED MECHANISMS, USING HAND TOOLS. • CHANGE ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENT OF SANDING, CUTTING, OR BORING MACHINE GUIDES TO PREVENT DEFECTS IN FINISHED PRODUCTS, USING HAND TOOLS. • CLEAN OR MAINTAIN PRODUCTS, MACHINES, OR WORK AREAS. • CONTROL HOISTS TO REMOVE PARTS OR PRODUCTS FROM WORK STATIONS. • DETERMINE PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND MATERIALS, WORK METHODS, AND MACHINE SETUP REQUIREMENTS, ACCORDING TO BLUEPRINTS, ORAL OR WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS, DRAWINGS, OR WORK ORDERS. • EXAMINE FINISHED WORKPIECES FOR SMOOTHNESS, SHAPE, ANGLE, DEPTH-OF-CUT, OR CONFORMITY TO SPECIFICATIONS AND VERIFY DIMENSIONS, VISUALLY AND USING HANDS, RULES, CALIPERS, TEMPLATES, OR GAUGES. • EXAMINE RAW WOODSTOCK FOR DEFECTS AND TO ENSURE CONFORMITY TO SIZE AND OTHER SPECIFICATION STANDARDS. • FEED STOCK THROUGH FEED MECHANISMS OR CONVEYORS INTO PLANING, SHAPING, BORING, MORTISING, OR SANDING MACHINES TO PRODUCE DESIRED COMPONENTS. • INSPECT AND MARK COMPLETED WORKPIECES AND STACK THEM ON PALLETS, IN BOXES, OR ON CONVEYORS SO THAT THEY CAN BE MOVED TO THE NEXT WORKSTATION. • INSPECT PULLEYS, DRIVE BELTS, GUARDS, OR FENCES ON MACHINES TO ENSURE THAT MACHINES WILL OPERATE SAFELY. • INSTALL AND ADJUST BLADES, CUTTERHEADS, BORING-BITS, OR SANDING-BELTS, USING HAND TOOLS AND RULES. • MONITOR OPERATION OF MACHINES AND MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO CORRECT PROBLEMS AND ENSURE CONFORMANCE TO SPECIFICATIONS. • PUSH OR HOLD WORKPIECES AGAINST, UNDER, OR THROUGH CUTTING, BORING, OR SHAPING MECHANISMS. • SECURE WOODSTOCK AGAINST A GUIDE OR IN A HOLDING DEVICE, PLACE WOODSTOCK ON A CONVEYOR, OR DUMP WOODSTOCK IN A HOPPER TO FEED WOODSTOCK INTO MACHINES. • REMOVE AND REPLACE WORN PARTS, BITS, BELTS, SANDPAPER, OR SHAPING TOOLS. • START MACHINES AND MOVE LEVERS TO ENGAGE HYDRAULIC LIFTS THAT PRESS WOODSTOCKS INTO DESIRED FORMS AND DISENGAGE LIFTS AFTER APPROPRIATE DRYING TIMES. • SET UP, PROGRAM, OPERATE, OR TEND COMPUTERIZED OR MANUAL WOODWORKING MACHINES, SUCH AS DRILL PRESSES, LATHES, SHAPERS, ROUTERS, SANDERS, PLANERS, OR WOOD-NAILING MACHINES. • SELECT KNIVES, SAWS, BLADES, CUTTER HEADS, CAMS, BITS, OR BELTS, ACCORDING TO WORKPIECE, MACHINE FUNCTIONS, OR PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS. • START MACHINES, ADJUST CONTROLS, AND MAKE TRIAL CUTS TO ENSURE THAT MACHINERY IS OPERATING PROPERLY. • TRIM WOOD PARTS ACCORDING TO SPECIFICATIONS, USING PLANES, CHISELS, OR WOOD FILES OR SANDERS. • UNCLAMP WORKPIECES AND REMOVE THEM FROM MACHINES.

MACHINE OPERATOR TWIST DRILL

1991 – 2001

OPERATE LATHE, FOLLOW BLUEPRINTS, INSPECT WORK

EDUCATION

RHINELANDER HIGH SCHOOL, RHINELANDER, WI

JUNE 1981 - GENERAL COURSE STUDY

ADDITIONAL COURSES: SMALL ENGINES, SHOP METALS, SHOP WOODWORKING, AND FOUNDRY

REFERENCES

ALLEN CORTRIGHT, LEAD WORKER

SEMCO

715-***-****

Relation: prior coworker/lead

RICK CORTRIGHT, FINAL ASSEMBLY TECHNICIAN

SEMCO

715-***-****

Relation: prior coworker

TYLER MUSOLFF, MILLWRIGHT

LOUISIANA PACIFIC

715-***-****

Relation: son-in-law

RON MUSOLFF

715-***-****

Relation: family friend

JENNY KOWALCZYK, EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING SPECIALIST

DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

715-***-****

Relation: niece



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