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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 Knitting Machine Operator

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally skillful Knitting Machine Operator with more than six years experience in setting up and working at various machines that process yearn or thread into woven and knitted products such as cloth, lace, industrial fabric, hosiery and other knitted fabrics.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Extremely fit with great stamina to stand for a considerable length of time, climb up and down on low platforms to operate machine and to change spools.
  • Exceptional ability to remain attentive to work despite the huge noise from machines in operation and keep watch for any defects in the fabric or equipment.
  • Remarkable ability to inspect machines and perform simple maintenance on them.
  • Strong ability to change patterns in the fabric by inputting the information on a computer.
  • Uncommon ability to give attention to detail and ensure top quality of work.
  • In-depth ability to work under independently without supervision.
  • Exceptional ability to carefully watch fabric for any flaws or problems.

Professional Experience

Chrystal Fabrics Inc., Minneapolis, MN
2002 - Present

Knitting Machine Operator
  • Operate a hosiery knitter that knits yarn into socks, hosiery and a warp knitter that knits fabrics for outer or undergarments.
  • Work at a machine that knits twine into netting and knitting machines that combine yarn and fiber into imitation fur.
  • Work on several simultaneously.
  • Set up and adjust each machine to the particular specifications of the job.
  • Place spools or cones of yarn onto machine and thread the ends through the guides.
  • Stand at machine and press buttons or depress levers to control the knitting operation. Carefully inspect fabric when it is being knit for holes, breaks discolorations and other defects.

Chrystal Fabrics Inc., Minneapolis, MN
2000 - 2002

Knitting Machine Operator Apprentice (under supervision)
  • Tended battery of warp-knitting machines to knit diverse products, such as tulle, lace, net, fabrics for outer and undergarments, elastic fabric for foundation garments, and carpet material.
  • Patrolled knitting area and inspected cloth for defects, such as holes, yarn breaks, and discolorations.
  • Tied broken yarn ends with fingers.
  • Stopped machine and notified supervisor when unable to determine cause of defects. Recorded number and type of defects.
  • Hand-weaved new threads over and under lease rods, threads yarn through guides, using hook, and tied warp ends with fingers to attach new warp to corresponding threads of old warp.
  • Cut excess thread from knots, using scissors.
  • Replaced defective needles, using hook and wrench.
  • Helped position warp beams I on machine and doffed rolls of knitted cloth from machine, using chain hoist and handtools.
  • Lubricated machines, using oilcan and brush.
  • Tended machines that knitted milanese, raschel, and tricot fabrics.

Education

High School Diploma (2000)




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