Production operators work in a manufacturing setting. They are responsible for a number of duties such as operating production machinery, basic SAP transactions and routine and preventive maintenance activities.
This is a highly skilled job and if you are looking to apply for it, you will need to mention your skills in your cover letter.
Remember, your cover letter should stand on its own, independent of the resume.
Each cover letter for a production operator resume should be cautiously tailored for every employer’s needs, demonstrating that you know the requirements of that particular company.
5622 Turner Avenue
Cinnaminson, NJ 77633
January 12, 2017
Mr. Dylan Cox
337 Main Avenue
Cinnaminson, NJ 77733
Dear Mr. Cox:
With a certification in IPC-610 and five years of hands-on experience, I am eager to leverage my skills in the Capacity of Production Operator to maximize the efficiency of your production department.
Through my hands-on experiences, I have gained a considerable knowledge of production processes, equipment operation and troubleshooting, packaging processes, health and safety policies, and quality control. I have always set high standards and achieved my goals every time.
Moreover, I have a demonstrated ability to read blueprints in order to create product as per employer’s specifications by operating specialized machinery to complete tasks successfully. Observing the machines in operation and making necessary adjustments to control the rate of production is my niche. Besides regular tasks, I also have a working knowledge of minor repairs and machine maintenance tasks such as oiling and cleaning.
The enclosed resume highlights my qualifications in detail – and I would like to discuss the same with you at your earliest convenience. I will call you after 6 working days to see if an interview can be arranged. If you need to contact me for any further information, I will be available at (004) 511-5214.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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