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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Cobbler

SUMMARY:   Highly gifted Cobbler with over seven years experience in mending all types of footwear; repairing other leather goods, engraving metal and cutting keys.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Exceptional ability to use hands and work speedily, neatly and    tidily.
  • Excellent eye sight and strong ability to stand for hours.
  • Great knowledge of safety rules and principles.
  • Uncommon passion meeting people and dealing with the public.
  • Possessed remarkable sense of confidence.
  • Solid knowledge of, and ability to apply Arithmetic in dealing    with orders, receipts and invoices.
  • Uncommon ability using the necessary hand tools and    machines.

    Professional Experience

    Shoes Salon Inc., Minneapolis, MN              2002 - Present

    Cobbler
    • Repair shoes damaged in manufacturing process.
    • Inspect shoe and read ticket to determine defects.
    • Remove damaged parts, using hand tools, such as knife, hammer, $T3lasting tool, $T1 prying tool, and tack puller.
    • Operate stitching machine or stitches by hand to repair broken or missed stitches and to replace parts.
    • Relast shoe to remove defects, such as wrinkles from outer parts, bunching of inner parts, and crooked seams.
    • Align and cement parts, such as edges, bindings, heels, soles, and uppers of shoe by hand.
    • Fill holes and cracks in shoes, using colored wax filler.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Shoes Salon Inc., Minneapolis, MN                    1998 - 2002

    Apprentice Shoe & Leather Worker and Repairer
    • Assembled product according to specifications, utilizing sewing machine, needle and thread, or leather lacing, glue, clamps, or rivets.
    • Attached accessories or ornamentation to decorate or protect product.
    • Sewed rips and patched holes by hand or machine to repair articles, such as purses, shoes, and luggage.
    • Selected material and cut parts along pattern or outline, with knife, shears, or scissors.
    • Dyed, soaked, painted, stamped, and engraved leather or other materials to obtain desired effect or shape.
    • Inserted and positioned padding, foam cushioning, or lining and glued or stitched into place.
    • Fabricated articles such as purses, wallets, belts, luggage frames, and shoes.
    • Repaired and reconditioned products such as trunks, luggage, shoes, and saddles.
    • Drilled or punched holes and inserted metal rings, handles, and hardware.
    • Read prescription and specifications and measured item, using calipers, tape measures, or rule.
    • Drew pattern, using measurements, plaster cast, or customer specifications, and positioned or outlined pattern on work piece.
    • Trimmed and buffed, beveled, and flared work piece to specified size and shape.

    Education

    High School Diploma (1998)




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