.

.

.

Knitting Machine Tender Free Sample Resume - Resume Example - Free Resume Template - Resume Format - Resume Writing






"Professional Resume Writing Services" - Click Here

"Instant Cover Letters" - Click Here

"Amazing Resume Creator" - Click Here





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 Tender

SUMMARY:   Profoundly knowledgeable and resourceful Knitting Machine Tender with over six years experience in tending textile machines that perform textile processing and manufacturing operations, such as winding, twisting, knitting, weaving, and cutting, using knowledge of machine functions.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Thorough knowledge of production and processing, such as inputs, outputs, raw materials, waste, quality control, costs, and techniques for maximizing the manufacture and distribution of goods.
  • In-depth knowledge of the design, repair and maintenance of machines and tools, as well as their uses and benefits.
  • Remarkable ability to inspecting and evaluating the quality of products.
  • Exceptional ability to operate and control equipment and systems.
  • In-depth ability to monitor the operation of machines by watching gauges, dials, and other indicators to ensure proper operation.
  • Uncommon ability to spot and determine the nature of problems.
  • Strong ability to grasp, manipulate, and assemble objects using hand.
  • Great ability to make quick, precise, and repeated adjustments in moving the controls of a machine or vehicle to exact positions.
  • Proven ability to follow instructions, work efficiently and effectively both individually and in a team.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.

Professional Experience

Chrystal Fabrics Inc., Minneapolis, MN
2002 - Present

Knitting Machine Tender
  • Start machine and observe operation to detect malfunctions or defects, such as breaking or twisting of material or thread.
  • Adjust machine controls, such as width or tension guides, to keep operations within specifications.
  • Mount, position, or place roll of material, yarn, or line, or bobbin of thread on machine and threads through guides and rollers.
  • Set controls on machine according to width, length, or other specifications, and set counter to record yardage used.
  • Operate machine to cut material into specified lengths.
  • Examine and inspect yarn, lace, and other material for defects, dirt, and conformance to color and size specifications.
  • Measure and weigh product for conformance to specifications, using ruler, measuring tape, or scale.
  • Remove and doff full packages, roll, loom beam, spool, and reel from machine manually, or using hoist.
  • Cut fabric, thread, yarn, and other material to remove defects, and separate from machine, using scissors or knife.
  • Replace defective or worn shuttles, tension springs, needles, or cutting blades, using hand tools.
  • Piece up and tie breaks in yarn, filling, roving, or sliver.
  • Record production information, such as lot or style number, yardage, number of defects and machine stops, and types of defects.
  • Notify supervisor or machine fixer of defects or machine malfunctions.
  • Stack or wrap and packs product for further processing or shipping.
  • Transport product to and from work area, using handtruck.
  • Clean and lubricate machines.

Chrystal Fabrics Inc., Minneapolis, MN
2000 - 2002

Knitting Machine Tender Apprentice (under supervision)
  • Tended machine that fused decorative emblems, monograms, labels, collar stays, and backing material to hose or garment parts.
  • Placed applique on hose or garment part or positioned backing on garment part and pressed button or lever to activate machine that heats and seals articles together.
  • Tended machine that coats strands of yarn with size to stiffen and strengthen yarn for further processing.
  • Positioned yarn bobbins and takeup cylinders on spindles of machine.
  • Threaded yarn over fingers of tension guides, across size-covered rollers, and around cylinders.
  • Determined tension of yarn strands, using tensiometer.
  • Pulled or released yarn between tension guide and takeup cylinder to increase or decrease tension.
  • Turned valve to admit size into retaining trough of machine.
  • Observed machine to detect deviation of flow or supply of size from standard and notified Knitting-Machine Fixer, Head (knitting) of malfunction.
  • Observed machine to detect yarn breakage and tied knot or rewraped yarn end around sizing cylinder to repair breaks.
  • Doffed and labeled cylinders of sized yarn.
  • Mixed size, following formula.

Education

High School Diploma (2000)




"Amazing Resume Creator" - Click Here

"Instant Cover Letters" - Click Here

"Professional Resume Writing Services" - Click Here