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An engineering, manufacturing, and assembly technician with over 7 years of manufacturing experience, focusing on the pursuit of continuous growth and knowledge within the manufacturing industry to increase my personal growth that will further prepare and help me towards achieving my occupational goals, while providing my current set of skills, knowledge, and excellent work ethic to the company I incorporate with with the aim to deliver, provide high quality work, and serve our customers.

  • Expert in electro-mechanical assembly
  • IPC-A-610/IPC-J-STD Class 3 Soldering
  • Assembly line production experience
  • Engineering/project management
  • Blueprint interpretation
  • System troubleshooting
  • Trained in operational testing
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Typing 90 WPM
  • Interpret wiring diagrams
  • Stress knowledge for TH, TC, BAKE, SHOCK, VIBRATION, DROP
  • Knowledge of ESD & ESD protocols
  • Manufacturing process controls
The City College of New York New York GED
Mainstream Engineering Corporation Tigard, OR 12/2017 Universal EPA 608 Certification: Refrigeration
Work History
Intel Corporation - Reliability Engineering Technician
Hillsboro, OR 05/2017 - 07/2019
  • Operate various types of complex stress test equipment such as vibration tables, package drop machines, low G shock tables, and high G shock tables
  • Used electrical test equipment such as digital multimeters, Keithleys, and Agilent data acquisition systems
  • Soldered leads to engineering stress test boards based on schematics & documentation
  • Assembled mechanical and electrical assemblies by following build documentation or schematics
  • Inspect equipment for proper performance and correct communication before each test
  • Communicated and worked with stress test owners engineers, internal, external customers, managers, and other technicians whenever unexpected results occurred in the process
  • Conducted diagnostic and operational test board components & devices using documented procedures
  • Collected and analyzed live data streams during stress tests to evaluate quality of data and assure stress parameters are set to standard
  • Used electrical test equipment such as digital multimeters, Keithleys, and Agilent data acquisition systems
  • Test products or sub-assemblies for functionality or quality
  • Routinely improved methodology for dynamics vibration stress testing to provide data more quickly and efficiently
  • Followed verbal instructions and hand sketches to adapt and modify tooling or fixtures used for vibration or shock tests
  • Distinguished the difference between good and bad test result data so only high quality, and accurate test results are being recorded
  • Identify and report erroneous or outdated findings in operation procedures, documents, and safety
  • Created and edited specification procedures for vibration and shock stress testing systems
  • Trained all new contract workers on lab processes and expectations, build assembly, quality of soldering, and lab safety
  • Assisted engineering with approval of NPI submissions
  • Assisted with preventative maintenance & troubleshooting of climatic temp cycle and bake chambers
  • Familiar with ESD Procedures
Simplex Aerospace - Aerospace Electro-mechanical Technician
Portland, OR 04/2015 - 05/2017
  • Read work orders, followed production blueprints and samples assemblies, or received verbal instructions from manager regarding duties to be performed for the day and assured the team was aware of the daily and weekly expectations
  • Read and interpret electrical blueprints & schematics, build wire harnesses, electrical boxes, PLC units, and other aviation electrical assemblies
  • Performed highest level class 3 IPC J Standard Soldering to all electrical components and wiring
  • Positions and aligns parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture, or other holding device
  • Crimp, stakes, screws, bolts, rivets, welds, solders, cements, press fits, or performs similar operations to join or secure parts in place, using hand tools, power tools, machines and equipment
  • Mounts assembled components, such as transformers, printed circuit boards, power supplies, and sub assemblies on a panel
  • Connect component lead wires to printed circuit or routes and connects wires between individual component leads and other components, connectors, terminals, and contact points, using bonding procedures and equipment
  • Adjust or trims material from components to achieve specified electrical or dimensional characteristics
  • Assembly of hydraulics systems, mechanical components, and other parts to be installed on a fiberglass or carbon fiber composite
  • Perform on-line go/no go testing and inspection, using magnifying devices, measuring instruments, and electronic test equipment, to ensure parts and assemblies meet production specifications and standards
  • Meticulously inspect all machined parts, electronic assemblies, wire harnesses, PLC boxes, wire leads and terminations in accordance to electrical schematic, and layout dimensions drawn onto carbon fiber or fiber glass composites
  • Communicate with engineers regarding process improvement, changes or corrections to blueprints, and methodologies of assembly
  • Assure all aspects of work performed will adhere to FAA standards
  • Used prior knowledge to Identify and help resolve production problems such as bottle necks and safety issues caused by faulty old-fashioned layout of production floor and lack of lean manufacturing
Electrochem Solutions - Electro-mechanical Assembler & Team Lead Assistant
Beaverton, OR 01/2012 - 04/2015
  • Soldered PCB/PCA, individual cell units, wire harnesses, and several kinds of electrical assemblies by performing various types of hand soldering such as J-Hook, turret, through hole, slotted, cupped, fillet, and bifurcated terminals
  • IPC A-610 J-Standard Class 3 Soldering trained, including lead-free RoHS and Non-RoSH
  • Welded batteries to PCBA assemblies using resistance welding machines
  • Using product specific tools and fixtures to mechanically assemble parts
  • Recognized and reported defective material and equipment to shift supervisor or team lead
  • Set up production lines. Move in correct parts, and equipment according to the build
  • Maintain high quality products by following next step inspection of assembly per unit and adhering to ISO Standards
  • Read and understand build documentation for the assembly, and follow lean manufacturing processes
  • Maintain clean work area apply all safety procedures and follow the 6S system at the end of the day
  • Operated ultrasonic welding equipment to do final enclosure of each build at the end of assembly
  • At times assisted team leads with set up of resistance welding, and ultra sonic welding machine parameters, and confirmed setups by performing drop tests or weld reliability checks
  • Performed wire crimping by hand or using a wire crimping machined. Trained to crimp and inspect at IPC 620B standard
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Professional Summary
Adaptable Warehouse and Production Associate with diverse experience. Inventory, Shipping, Receiving, Stocking, andProduction Assembly.Quick to learn new tasks and thrives great in team environments. Diligent professional with solid work, safety ethics, andflexible schedule. Warehouse Associate with7 yearsof hands-onexperience. Forklift operator successful at streamlining warehouse procedures and operations. Specialist in RF and WMS systems.
  • Equipment operation and daily maintenance checklist.
  • Warehouse Inventory counts.
  • Merchandise Sku\'s Tracking.
  • Loading and Unloading Trailers.
  • Palatalizing and staging products.
  • Flexible schedule
  • Fast learner
  • OSHA-trained
  • Certified forklift operator
  • Safety procedures
  • Assembly line experience
  • Materials handling
  • Familiar with WMS
  • Documentation
Work Expericence
Rheem Water Heater Manufacturing Production Assembler | Montgomery, AL | January 2015 - April 2017
  • Planned and paced work efficiently in order to meet daily, weekly, project or production goals.
  • Prepared and maintained production reports and personnel records.
  • Reviewed processing schedules and production orders concerning inventory requirements, staffing requirements, work procedures and duty assignments.
  • Maintain Robot Cells and Unloading Zone, Report any down time and document.
  • Reset Faulted out Robot zones and correct any process errors.
  • Check, Maintain and correct and or reject any quality issues.
  • Before shift, during, and after clean robot cells and zones, to maintain quality parts.

Big Lots Distribution Center Receiving Associate | Montgomery, Alabama, United States | June 2012 - May 2014
  • Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Stacked and stored pallets at the end of the shift to keep warehouse clean and organized.
  • Check and enter item numbers to properly stock warehouse.
  • Tagged and enter all inbound product Sku\'s with receiving date into computer system for stocking in warehouse.
  • Load and unload products per stock order, needs of warehouse.
  • Palletize products onto pallets and shrink wrapped for stock department receiving.
  • Assisted with daily manpower requirements based off daily inbound reports and warehouse reports.
  • Palletize, Stock, Transport product through warehouse to designated isle.
  • Operate Material handling equipment, check daily safety checklist before operating power equipment.

Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama LLC General Assembly | Montgomery, Alabama, United States | January 2015 - June 2015
  • Executed the entire assembly process by accurately interpreting , work orders, drawings or blueprints.
  • Maintain steady production of parts for 550 vehicle per shift.
  • Maintain Quality installation of parts, and check for defects and, report and reject.
  • Maintain Clean and Safe work area on moving conveyor.
  • Check quality of automobile after last station and report for pull if issue are present or arise.

Dongwon Autopart Technology, AL LLC Warehouse Associate | Highland Home, Alabama, United States | May 2015
  • Sort item numbers to properly stock warehouse.
  • Cleaned and maintained the warehouse in compliance with OSHA safety standards.
  • Stacked and stored pallets at the end of the shift to keep warehouse clean and organized.
  • Keep assembly associates stocked with parts per duration of shift.
  • Load & Unload Trailers per parts for manufacturing.
  • Check quality of parts inbound into warehouse and outbound to Factory.
High School Diploma Success Unlimited Academy Montgomery, Alabama | 2012

Certified Forklift operator, OSHA- 2012-Present.

Certified Power Equipment, OSHA- 2012-Present.

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Professional Summary
Reliable and highly accurate certified phlebotomist focused on quality completion of all lab procedures under tight deadlines. Works well under pressure. Driven hardworking health professional with ASCP certification and currently pursuing a B.S. in medical technology. Familiar with basic laboratory procedures and testing.
  • Phlebotomy knowledge
  • Order of draw
  • CPR Certified
  • Close attention to detail
  • empathy, with the ability to put nervous and distressed patients at ease.
  • the ability to follow instructions and procedures accurately.
  • attention to detail.
  • Efficient and reliable team player
  • Compassionate caregiver
  • Sharp critical thinker
  • Excellent verbal communication
  • Office support (phones, faxing, filing)
  • practical skills and a steady hand.
Work History
Clinical Phlebotomist, 02/2016 to 05/2016
Phlebotomist Tech Mariah Parham Hospital

  • Completed extensive training as a Phlebotomist where I closely followed trends and techniques in medical laboratory testing; and referred quality control data to the Clinical Laboratory Scientist Coordinator.
  • Input data into computer programs and filing systems.
  • Sorted materials and file according to guidelines.
  • Adhered to all facility, company and legal guidelines.
  • Responded to materials requests and retrieved necessary information.
Assembler, 09/2014 to Current
Revlon Inc. Revlon Inc. Oxford, NC

  • Built containers and pack parts in accordance with detailed packing specifications.
  • Recognized and reported defective material and equipment to shift supervisor.
  • Paced work efficiently in order to meet daily, weekly, project or production goals.
  • Observed all safety policies and procedures
Associate of Science: Radiology , Current
Vance Granville Community College - Henderson
Certificate : Phlebotomy , 2016
Vance Granville Community College - Henderson
Certified: Phlebotomist, 2017
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) - North Carolina
CPR Certified : Current
Vance-Granville Community College - Henderson, NC
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Professional Summary
Skilled production worker with 25 years experience in manufacturing. Areas of expertise include material handling, assembly and machine operation. Positive attitude and commitment to safety, quality and lean manufacturing. Solid work history and proven ability to perform well in a team or individually.
  • Shipping and receiving
  • Material handling
  • Inventory control
  • Microscope
  • Microsoft application skills
  • Interpretation of blueprints, wiring diagrams and spec drawings
  • Clean room environment experience

  • Exceptional problem solver
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Initiative to work independently
  • Safety oriented
  • Production and assembly line
  • Hand and power tools

Work History
SMA/PTH Machine & Repair, 05/2013 to Current
GE Energy and Controls 1501 Roanoke Blvd. Salem, Va. 24153
  • Executes duties pertinent to the operation and repair of assigned area machinery in order to optimize efficient operations.
  • Ensures a safe work area is maintained through identification of potential risks and knowledge of all safety protocol pertinent to the area.
  • Conducts the setup, operation and maintaining of various machines, equipment and supplies including wave solder machines, automatic and semi-automatic machines, nameplate and pinning equipment, and other miscellaneous equipment.
  • Selects proper settings to run various board types and loads consumable materials and components.
  • Performs daily and weekly operator preventative maintenance necessary to ensure proper operations of equipment in assigned area.
  • Maintains and monitors various aspects of area equipment including but not limited to program selection, temperature settings, and placement accuracy.
  • lnspect assemblies before and after each manufacturing operation.
  • Prepares printed circuit boards for the application of con-formal coating, curing, cleaning, drying,and related applications.
  • Works from documents such as engineering drawings, schematics, diagrams, and various job instructions to complete task.
  • Ensures that manufacturing tasks are performed in accordance with established quality standards (i.e., IPC & ISO).
  • Performs work in a manner that is consistent with lean manufacturing theory.
  • lnstruct, directs, and provides insight to lower rated shop floor associates as needed.
  • Performs other tasks as needed and requested.      

Shipping/ Receiving/Stockroom

  • Verified and kept records on incoming and outgoing shipments and prepared items for shipment.
  • Compared identifying information and counted, weighed, or measured items of incoming and outgoing shipments to verify information against bills of lading, invoices, orders, or other records.
  • Determined method of shipment, utilizing knowledge of shipping procedures, routes, and rates.
  • Affixed shipping labels on packed cartons or stencils identifying shipping information on cartons, using stenciling equipment.
  • Assemble wooden or cardboard containers or selects pre-assembled containers.
  • Inserted items into containers, using spacers, fillers, and protective padding.
  • Nailed covers on wooden crates and bind containers with metal tape, using strapping machine.
  • Stamped, stenciled, and glued identifying information and shipping instructions onto crates or containers.
  • Posted weights and shipping charges, and affixed postage.
  • Unpacked and examined incoming shipments, rejected damaged items, recorded shortages, and corresponded with shipper to rectify damages and shortages.
  • Routed items to departments.Examined outgoing shipments to ensure shipments met specifications. Maintained inventory of shipping materials and supplies.
  • Operated fork-lift truck and hand truck to move, convey, or hoist shipments from shipping-and-receiving platform to storage or work area.
Deburr, 11/2012 to 05/2013
Accellent Inc. 200 Yorkshire St. Salem, Va. 24153
  • Maintained customer quality requirements.
  • Finished product-using techniques such as burring, reaming and tapping, polishing, blasting using hand or power tools and sand blaster.
  • Performed most types finishing operations to print and operations sheets.
  • Performed most phases finishing operations with minimum supervision.
  • Verified piece count and all applicable documentation for completion of previous operations.
  • Verified the revision level for current operation (operation sheets and blueprints).
  • Completed all applicable documentation for the current operation (i.e shop traveler sign off and first piece, inspection record sheet, and/or AQL and NCMR)
  • Updated job travelers with changes to routing and run time.
  • Documented set-ups onto set-up sheets.
  • Inspected all work accurately to ensure product quality.
  • Trained lesser grade individuals on all aspects of finishing and inspection techniques.
  • Complied with work rules including those pertaining to safety, health, quality system and Accellent Quality Management System.

Assembler, 11/2005 to 02/2012
ITT Exelis Inc. 7635 Plantation Rd. Roanoke, Va. 24019

  • Manipulated small assembly tube parts, tools and fixtures.
  • Used a calculator to determine the data parameters.
  • Used a microscope.
  • Visually discerned defects and correctly classified characteristics.
  • Safely and effectively worked with ovens or heated devices.
  • Used tools, materials and fixtures to assemble and manipulate the product.
  • Accurately entered data into a terminal and onto written records.
  • Made decisions on tube and material/assembly quality via visual inspection.
  • Wore clean room attire and beard covers for long periods of time.
  • Used hand welders.
  • Used chemicals on daily basis.
  • Worked with electrical equipment, dials and indicators.
  • Understood data parameters, making comparisons and determinations of acceptance within ranges.

High School Diploma Franklin County High School - Rocky Mount Va. 24151