The reason we even bother creating an assembler resume is the simple “we want to be accepted by the prospective employer”.

There is no better way to explain it. After all, how will an employer know that you exist if you do not tell him?

And since you cannot really call him up and say “hey, I am here if you are looking for an employee”, what better way to communicate? Through the resume! Bingo!

And here is how you do it:


Assembler Resume Sample


Richard Rich

38 Huppert Road ● South Range, WI 09620 ● (000) 632-9596 ● richrich @email .com


Position Overview: Energetic and detail oriented Assembler with demonstrated expertise in producing components by efficiently and accurately assembling parts and subassemblies. 9+ years’ successful track record of positioning parts and assemblies according to specified allocations and instructions, resolving assembly problems by accurately altering dimensions and interpreting assembly instructions with exceptional focus on quality outcomes. Ability to follow complex machine and component assembly instructions. Recognized for working independently as well as collaboratively.


– Sketches Interpretation– Assembly Line Awareness– Subassemblies Management
– Parts Positioning– Measurements– Equipment Operations
– Supplies Maintenance– Resources Conservation– Instruments Control
– Quality Focus– Mechanical Inspections– Troubleshooting

• Successfully troubleshot a problematic component in a machine, which had gone undiagnosed for 3 weeks
• Expedited the assembly line time by 80% by implementing a module to speed production
• Maintained quality control for end products consistently for 5 years by ensuring that all quality maintenance protocols are met
• Introduced a new assembly system which reduced production time by 65%


Assembler | 8/2012 – Present
JMI Resources, South Range, WI

• Study assembly instructions on blueprints and drawings and gather required parts and tools
• Position all required parts and subassemblies by ensuring that all measurements are taken into account
• Assemble components after examining that all connections are correctly fit and fasten parts and subassemblies properly
• Alter dimensions to fit specifications appropriately and verify that all specifications have been taken into consideration
• Troubleshoot malfunctions and ensure that repairs are done in a manner so that downtime is minimum

Assembler | 5/2005 – 8/2012
City Corporation, South Range, WI

• Interpreted measurements, verified specifications and construing blueprints
• Ascertained that inventory of supplies, tools and equipment is replenished on time
• Ensured that any supply issues are resolved quickly
• Utilized hand-held tools such as drill guns and solders
• Performed manual assembly work
• Reworked assembled items or equipment and products in accordance with specified engineering stipulations

Apprentice | 2/2002 – 5/2005
Goodman Manufacturing Company, South Range, WI

• Gathered parts for assemblies and subassemblies and ensured that they were collected at work areas
• Assisted assemblers by holding and positioning parts and subassemblies so that they can be joined properly
• Aligned components using hand tools and portable power tools and drilled, taped and reamed holes where required
• Cleared work areas and moved materials and items post-assembly in a safe manner
• Performed welding and soldering activities to help put parts and assemblies together

Diploma: South Range High School, South Range, WI – 2000

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