• Internet Explorer (10+ years)
• Microsoft Excel (Less than 1 year)
• Microsoft Word (10+ years)
• PowerPoint (4 years)
• General Labor
• Warehouse Associate
• Picker Packer
• Pallet Jack
• Order Picking
• Laboratory Experience
• Kitchen Experience
• Food Safety
• Cleaning Experience
• Shipping & Receiving
• Food Preparation
• Food Service
• Materials Handling
• Load & Unload
Entry level machinist position doing basic shop jobs. From deburring parts, running the saw to cut all raw materials to specific sizes for each work order. Installing bushings, keenserts, heliocoils, reaming parts, broaching keyways, and driving a forklift from time to time. Usually working the day shift doing 4 10 hour shifts as well as O.T on Fridays.
July 2020 to April 2021
Trimming cannabis from raw product, to finished and ready for customers. Making sure there is no mold or discoloring in the cannabis, currently trimming at a rate of .31 pounds per hour.
Started in the packaging position, helping package edibles and barcoding various packages. Was then promoted to being in the CBD kitchen facility full time, while also being able to help in packaging area as well. Kitchen duties include prep work involving fruit concentrates, oil flavorings, tapioca syrups; actual production of creating the products, and of course cleaning and sanitizing of the entire kitchen to meet and exceed ATP testing requirements.
Responsible for installing mount systems on various roofs, and ground mounts. Responsible for keeping work vehicles organized and checked for company's power tools and stock of other electric materials. Making sure the system was tested and efficiently providing power, as well as following any OSHA codes for safety and building codes per county.
Responsible for anodizing aluminum alloys, while balancing speed with quality, to meet a daily production quota that varied each day, while using proper safety equipment and procedures throughout the shift. Originally hired as a Production Floor Worker, was promoted to Line Operator, then Line Operator Team Lead. I would also help out in the lab and do chemical testing and titration on the production tanks. All of these positions would require a respirator frequently, and proper PPE all shift.
Responsible for my own carpet cleaning vehicle, as well as completing my carpet appointments on time in a respectful manner. Making sure all payments and invoices are taken care of, and all prices equal and balance out to what carpet treatments were done. The company also had a disaster crew that I was a part of and was on-call at all off-shift hours for various water/environmental disasters.
As a night loader at western beverage I was trained to use a pallet jack mostly all night long, the pace of the job was very fast, we were tracked by case per hour so production was the most important thing along with safety. We stacked the cases on a pallet as we rode around and gathered what the order called for, then brought the pallet to an automatic wrapping machine, labeling correctly what stop and what the order name was, followed by loading it on the specified truck. Worked overtime every week for the time I was there as well.