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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 Laundry Clerk

SUMMARY:   Remarkably knowledgeable, efficient and reliable Laundry Clerk with over six years experience compiling and maintaining work-production records of each employee for use in payroll and efficiency records.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Exceptional knowledge of the design, uses, benefits, repair, and maintenance of machines.
  • Great knowledge of the potential risks involved with handling clothes and linens contaminated with body fluids.
  • Exceptional knowledge of stain removal and sanitation techniques.
  • Immense knowledge of design techniques, principles, tools and instruments.
  • Profound knowledge of library general and reference materials.
  • Strong ability to use cleaning agents, products and equipment.
  • In-depth ability to use professional laundry equipment.
  • Uncommon ability to perform a variety of general maintenance activities.
  • Proven ability to sort, load, wash, dry, sanitize, iron, fold, package, count, and weigh clothes and linens.
  • Sound ability to obtain and see to the appropriate use of equipment, facilities, and materials needed to perform a task.
Professional Experience

Galaxy Cleaning Service Inc, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Laundry Clerk
  • Compile and maintain work-production records of each employee for use in payroll and efficiency records.
  • Frequently perform other clerical duties, such as recording weights of laundry bundles.
  • Convert count of each type of garment to production points achieved, following prepared charts or verbal instructions.

Galaxy Insurance Inc., Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Laundry Clerk
  • Tended laundering machines to clean articles, such as rags, wiping cloths, filter cloths, bags, sacks, and work clothes.
  • Loaded articles into washer and added specified amount of detergent, soap, and other cleaning agent.
  • Turned valve to fill washer with water.
  • Started machine that automatically washed and rinsed articles.
  • Lifted clean, wet articles from washer and placed them successively into wringers and driers for measured time cycles.
  • Sorted dried articles according to identification numbers and type.
  • Folded and placed item in appropriate storage bin.
  • Lubricated machines, using grease gun and oil can.
  • Dissolved soap granules in hot water and steam to make liquid soap.

Education

High School Diploma (2000)




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