E Apt 101 • New Brighton, •
C Fast Learner & Adaptable
C Quality & Professional Work
C Ability to Lift 50+ Lbs
C Problem Solver
C Strong Organizational Skills
C Excellent Eye for Detail
TEMPORARY LABOR WORKER SEPTEMBER 2007 – A PRIL 200 8
Provide temporary relief to various companies looking for help. Assisted with spot welding, TIG welding, shipping and receiving, office support, CNC machine operation, & light assembly.
PICKING & PACKING/SHIPPING RECEIVER AUGUST 2007 – SEPTEMBER 2007
Doherty Staffing Solutions Brooklyn Park, MN
Unload trucks as new product arrives. Pack boxes and load onto trucks as mandated by Purchase Orders
PRESS OPERATOR FEBRUARY 2005 – JUNE 2006
Dakota Growers Pasta Company New Hope, MN
Run food processing press equipment. Keep hourly reading of mixtures and water temperatures. Supervise all floor activity to ensure quality product. Replace dies as needed for product manufacturing. Played a role in organizing the new union contract. Maintained strong work ethic and productivity earning acknowledgment and respect from peers as well as superiors. Trained three very successful employees into the company.
PAINTER APRIL 2004 – DECEMBER 2004
BP Painting Yankton, SD
Painted interior and/or exterior of residential and/or commercial property. Mixed paint according to client specifications. Supported owner’s apartment management business by doing some minor repairs and cleaning. Became skilled in interior and exterior painting. Formed strong working relationship with coworkers.
VA RIOUS TEMPORARY JOBS MARCH 2000 – DECEMBER 2003
Spherion Employment Saint Paul, MN
Worked short term tem porary jobs for employment agency. These jobs varied greatly from assembly to machine operating positions. Spent a large amount of time during my employment with Spherion working with company called Tapemark as a Lead Press Operator. Set up and ran brake press machinery.