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


Seek the challenging and exciting position of Photographic Process Worker with a firm where exceptional photographic process work is needed

An extremely gifted Photographic Process Worker with huge background in tending photographic processing machines that coat semiconductor wafers with solutions, such as photoresist and developing chemicals.

Summary of Qualifications

  • More than eight years experience.
  • Profound knowledge of the composition, structure, and    properties of substances and of the chemical processes and    transformations that they undergo including uses of chemicals    and their interactions, danger signs, production techniques,    and disposal methods.
  • Deep knowledge of theory and techniques required to produce    works of visual arts.
  • Exceptional ability to match or detect differences between    colors, including shades of color and brightness.
  • In-depth ability to correctly follow a given rule or set of rules    in order to arrange things, such as pictures in a certain order.
  • Remarkable ability to observe objects in detail at a close    range.
  • Strong ability to use fingers, hands, and wrists very fast    repeatedly.
  • Uncommon ability to see under low light conditions.
  • Exceptional ability to sense when something is likely to go    wrong.

    Professional Experience

    SamJohn Photo Inc, Tarrytown, NY             2000 - Present

    Photographic Processor, Semiconductor Wafers
    • Tend photographic processing machines that coat semiconductor wafers with solutions, such as photoresist and developing chemicals.
    • Place wafers in containers, such as boats, magazines, cassettes or chuck, using vacuum wand or tweezers.
    • Load wafer containers in photographic processing machine, such as photoresist coater or developer.
    • Push buttons and turn knobs to start automatic coating cycle.
    • Remove container of coated wafers from machine.
    • Clean and maintain machines.
    • Maintain production records.
    • Immerse wafers in baths of developing chemicals.
    • Place coated wafers in oven to set and dry wafers.
    • Enter production information into computer, using computer terminal keyboard.
    • Immerse wafers in chemical baths to etch excess photoresist or to clean wafers.
    • Visually inspect wafers to identify defects, such as misalignment, excess photoresist, and scratches.

    SamJohn Photo Inc, Tarrytown, NY              1997 - 2000

    Photographic-Machine Operator
    • Tended machine that photographs original documents, such as bills, statements, receipts, and checks.
    • Loaded machine with film.
    • Fed records to be photographed into feed rolls that carry material to be photographed past camera lens, or positioned records on table beneath camera lens.
    • Adjusted camera distance from document, focus, and exposure settings to accommodate size of record and ensure clarity and resolution of image.
    • Tended equipment which encases roll film in cartridges or mounts microfiche (sheet of microfilm) on aperture card.

    Education

    School of Art and Design, New York, NY
    Associate Degree in Photography (1997)




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