Sample Resume: Assembly Worker

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Veronica Gonzales

Camarillo, CA • 111-222-3333 • vgonzales@aol.com



Electronics Adjuster / Assembler

Dedicated, tenacious, project-oriented electronics adjuster offering 20 years of electronics assembly, soldering, and routine to complex preliminary testing. Trusted team member with ability to solve problems and train co-workers. Known for "jumping in" to fill gaps in other departments in order to meet daily production goals.

  • Experienced in use of micrometers, calipers, oscilloscope, voltmeter, power supply, and pin gauges.
  • Able to read and work from blueprints and schematics.
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish.

"Veronica takes pride in her work and always gives 110%. She is a self-starter, always willing to learn new tasks and does whatever it takes to get the job done right." ~Production Supervisor, ABC Microwave




Experience

ABC Microwave, Ventura, CA 1996–Present

Adjuster (five years)

Adjust a wide variety of mechanical switches and perform pre-testing to ensure they are working correctly before sending to final test department. Check insulation resistance and pickup voltage. Provide assistance with final testing in quality control department. Complete and maintain test data and related documentation.


Supervisor Assistant, Production Department (two years)

Promoted to supervisor because of demonstrated leadership skills while working as lead assembler. Supervised 50 production employees.


Lead / Assembler, Production Department (three years)

Reassigned to production department when work slowed in the clean room; promoted to lead assembler within first year. Used SN-60 and high temp soldering techniques to solder wires onto PC boards.


Hi-Rel Assembler, Clean Room (one year)

Performed high reliability microelectronics assembly of mechanical switches in a clean room environment.


Transco Products, Camarillo, CA 1987–1994

Hi-Rel Assembler

Assembled mechanical switches under the microscope. Performed assembly, inspection, and pre-testing.




Training

ESD Control DVD-54C, 2007 – IPC Association Connecting Electronics Industries

Professional Supervision Skills, 2000 – Fred Pryor Seminars

Dow-Key Microwave General Soldering Workmanship Course, 1997 – K&L Microwave, Inc.

Certificate in Electronics Assembly, CET-Oxnard, Oxnard, CA, 1983

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