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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 Furniture Finisher

SUMMARY:   Remarkably gifted and resourceful Furniture Finisher with more than six years experience in shaping, finishing, and refinishing damaged, worn, and used furniture or new high-grade furniture to specified color or finish.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Exceptional ability to determine the kind of tools and    equipment needed to do a job.
  • Profound ability to make right judgment and decision, such as    the considering of the relative costs and benefits of potential    actions to choose the most appropriate one.
  • In-depth ability to repair machines and systems using the    needed tools.
  • Strong ability to monitor and assess self performance and that    of others to make improvements or take corrective action.
  • In-depth ability to perform tasks quickly fingers, hands, and    wrists.
  • Strong vision, with the ability to see details at close range.
  • Uncommon ability to match or detect differences between    colors, including shades of color and brightness.
  • Great ability to arrange things in a certain order or pattern    according to a specific rule or set of rules.
  • Profound ability to listen to, understand and carry out    instructions as given.
  • Profound ability to meet deadlines.
  • Strong ability to communicate both in writing and spoken    effectively.

    Professional Experience

    Randel Wood Works Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Furniture Finisher
    • Brush, spray, and hand-rub finishing ingredients, such as paint, oil, stain, or wax, onto and into wood grain; then apply lacquer or other sealers.
    • Disassemble items to prepare them for finishing, using hand tools.
    • Examine furniture to determine the extent of damage or deterioration, and to decide on the best method for repair or restoration.
    • Fill and smooth cracks or depressions, remove marks and imperfections, and repair broken parts, using plastic or wood putty, glue, nails, and screws.
    • Follow blueprints to produce specific designs.
    • Mix finish ingredients to obtain desired colors or shades.
    • Remove accessories prior to finishing, and mask areas that should not be exposed to finishing processes or substances.
    • Remove excess solvent, using cloths soaked in paint thinner.
    • Remove old finishes and damaged or deteriorated parts, using hand tools, stripping tools, sandpaper, steel wool, abrasives, solvents, and dip baths.
    • Select appropriate finishing ingredients such as paint, stain, lacquer, shellac, and varnish, depending on factors such as wood hardness and surface type.
    • Smooth, shape, and touch-up surfaces to prepare them for finishing, using sandpaper, pumice stones, steel wool, chisels, sanders, and grinders.
    • Treat warped or stained surfaces to restore original contours and colors.

    Randel Wood Works Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Furniture Finisher Apprentice (under supervision)
    • Washed surfaces to prepare them for finish application.
    • Brushed bleaching agents on wood surfaces to restore natural color.
    • Conferred with customers to determine furniture colors and finishes.
    • Designed, created, and decorated entire pieces or specific parts of furniture, such as draws for cabinets.
    • Distressed surfaces with woodworking tools or abrasives before staining to create an antique appearance, and rubbed surfaces to bring out highlights and shadings.
    • Painted metal surfaces electrostatically, or by using a spray gun or other painting equipment.
    • Recommended woods, colors, finishes, and furniture styles, using knowledge of wood products, fashions, and styles.
    • Replaced or refurbished upholstery of items, using tacks, adhesives, softeners, solvents, stains, or polish.
    • Spread graining ink over metal portions of furniture in order to simulate wood-grain finish.
    • Stenciled, gilded, embossed, marked, and painted designs or borders to reproduce the original appearance of restored pieces, and to decorate new pieces.
    • Restored or refinished damaged, worn or used contemporary and antique furniture for residential and commercial use.
    • Repaired and replaced broken parts using woodworking tools and machines.
    • Removed old finish, filled nicks, depressions, cracks and holes with putty.
    • Smoothed surface for finishing and application of successive coats of stain, varnish, shellac, and paint on work-piece.
    • Polished with wax on finished surface.

    Education

    High School Diploma (2000)




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