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Assembler Resume Sample
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An Assembler is also called a Fabricator, charged with the responsibility of assembling product parts like electronic components, automobiles, etc. The Assembler has to know how to read blueprints and schematics.
Some assembler jobs require that you operate machinery while others are basic hands on. In the past, Assemblers usually worked on an assembly line. Today however, the assembly operation has been moved away from the line-production environment.
Assemblers often work in teams, rotating shifts, so that production can run 24/7 - helping meet high productivity/output requirements. Along with assembling products, the Assembler must keep themselves informed of any work policy or operation changes, drive a forklift and, maintain and repair any machinery that they might use. Below is a resume sample of an Assembler.
ASSEMBLER RESUME TEMPLATE
Frank B. Wilton
13 Grove Road, Kentucky, TN 82541
An Assembler with over ten years of experience in soldering, computer skills, and, reading blueprints. Possesses a High School Diploma.
T COM ELECTRONICS Kentucky, TN
Electronic Assembler October 2000 – Present
Soldered and used machinery to assemble computer and electronic components.
Repaired and maintained any machinery used during and after production of product.
Abided with all company policies, safety guidelines and procedures while working.
Teamed up with co-workers to finish the product accurately and on time to meet deadline.
Had to report any faulty or malfunctioning product on a daily basis and give up to date status report on repair.
DIGITO CORP Kentucky, TN
Electronic Assembler July 1995 – October 2000
Assembled electronic and computer components following blueprints and schematics.
Tested each and every electronic and computer component for any malfunction.
Adhered to policies and regulations while working on the floor or in the back room.
Fixed or repaired any faulty or malfunctioning component to make it work properly.
Complied with all safety guidelines while handling machinery either by myself or with other co-workers.
TUCKY HIGH SCHOOL Kentucky, TN
High School Diploma, June 1995
Graduated in the top five percentile
Team Captain of the debate club
- Hand to eye coordination
Electronic Assembler Resume Template
The Electronic Assembler performs basic cable assembly such as soldering, connector wiring, ribbon cable and coaxial connector assembly. This requires the use of soldering equipment, automatic and manual crimping tools and the ability to accurately measure lengths and dimensions. They may also disassemble, modify and test assemblies and subassemblies using hand tools and power tools to assemble units according to product specifications.
One should have an understanding of assembly techniques, proficient use of general purpose hand tools and measuring equipment such as calipers and height gauges. The resume example below for an Electronic Assembler is intended to serve as a guide to developing similar resume for effective job hunting.
Mechanical Assembler Resume Template
A Mechanical Assembler works primarily with mechanical parts, components or products. A Mechanical Assembler mainly works in a business supporting the manufacturing sector and he or she operates as part of a team performing assemblage of various items.
The Mechanical Assembler resume sample below focuses on the candidates' 'Core Competencies' - showing a broad range of skills and experience within this industry.
Assembly Line Worker Resume Template
ASSEMBLY LINE WORKER RESUME TEMPLATE
Catherine M. Muscat
313 Rocky tree Drive, St. Louis, MO49521
An Assembly Line Worker with over 10 years of experience in computers, numeracy and, document use. Possesses a High School Diploma.
BYTES FACTORY St. Louis, MO
Assembly Line Worker April 1998 – Present
Used tools and machinery to assembly parts on the line during shift.
Had to follow safety policies and keep work area clean of debris and garbage while on the line.
Reported to the supervisors about the observations/abnormalities of the CNC machine on a weekly basis.
Wore safety gear as to comply with all company procedures and safety guidelines.
AUSTIN WAREHOUSE St. Louis, MO
Warehouse Worker July 1994 – April 1998
Ordered stock and unloaded all trucks so as to restock warehouse shelves.
Cleaned warehouse including parking lot and kept areas clean of debris and garbage.
Kept daily track of damaged product and reported it to the supervisor on the floor.
Checked all items while loaded on to truck to make sure everything matched up with the order.
Received and verified all shipments with both demand and buy order.
ST. LOUIS HIGH SCHOOL St. Louis, MO
High School Diploma, June 1994
Graduated in the top 5 percentile
Member of Honor Society