At the present I'm a sorter for Fiamm, i watch parts that go down a conveyor and make sure there aren't any flash or short shots. Also sort parts that have already been run for suspected defect.
Sep 2014 ‐ Dec 2014
At Verizon, I dealt with customers on a daily basis. Unhappy, happy, and some that just didn't know what they were. My job was to make sure that when they left they had a smile! I would suggest phones and plan pricing, also deal with customers that wanted to switch the service that they had to another company. I had to open and close the store and take deposits to the bank. I spent a lot of days there alone and most of the time open to close.
Nov 2013 ‐ Sep 2014
Travel Centers of America ‐
At TA I would repair tractor trailers. That included oil changes, radiators, wheels, tires, freeze ups, brake chambers, wheel seals, hub gaskets, trouble shoot and chase wiring problems, change lights, gaskets, repair broken trailer doors and roofs, weld new flap brackets and deal with the drivers directly, change bad censors and test for bad batteries. Most of the jobs had to have an approval from the company they drive for, so an explanation of what the problem was via email or a phone conversation was needed to get the approval. Sometimes i would have to work 12-16 hours if needed to get a truck going on the side of the road. Other duties I preformed were, shipping and receiving. Load and unload shipments going to and from our shops location. Thus company like other certified me to drive the lifts available at that location.
Fork lift Driver
Oct 2011 ‐ Sep 2013
Lippert Components ‐
At Lippert I was a fork lift driver. My duties included support the line with new material, remove finished product to shipping area, maintain the trash hoppers, and find rework for the lines when they were down. Load trucks for shipping and unload them as well. I would pick parts that were bing used for the days work and put away what wasn't being used any longer. Most of this job was shipping and receiving. We used scanners to tell us the location of the product and where to put it. We would scan orders and the program would tell us where the product was then scan for its destination and drop it off at that location.
Press Operator/ Maintenance
Jul 2010 ‐ Sep 2011
Deerfield Manufacturing ‐
With Dreefield, i started out as just a press operator. In time I was promoted to working on my own machines and robotic arms that were part of our lines. I would have to trouble shoot and fix the arm and its programming. In time I also had to fix the press molds.
Press Operator / Maintenace
Jun 2009 ‐ Jul 2010
I started out at MUBEA as a temporary press operator. With hard work and a large amount of hours I was hired in. With MUBEA I was a press operator at first, learning the machines and running parts. With experience I was made the maintenance man for the machines i was running. This included adjusting heat coils, fixing and replacing proximity switches, checking the newly made parts for flaws and adjusting if needed for quality. towards the end of my employment i would also set the new dye and get them warmed up and running a quality part before turning them over to another operator.