Your assembly worker’s resume, no matter how targeted it is, may never be read if it does not meet the requirements of the employer exactly.
If the screening system decides that you are not qualified for a job, your cause is lost – and so is the job.
Automated resume screeners decide our future, unfortunately. They create a blueprint of known requirements for a position and then collect information from each resume.
This is done in a standardized manner to gauge if the applicant meets the requirements of the blueprint. So if you leave out even the tiniest of detail but are otherwise qualified, you may be in trouble!
Here is a resume sample for an assembly worker that is sure to pass the pre and post-screening test:
See also: Assembly Worker Cover Letter
Assembly Worker Resume Example
4527 Joann Drive
Corinth, MS 38877
o.turner @ email . com
Physically dexterous, self-motivated assembly worker with 5+ years of experience in building devices and assembling products per written protocols and approved deviations. Resourceful and creative individual who has a deep insight into producing components by assembling parts and subassemblies. Special talent for resolving assembly problems by altering components to meet set specifications.
• Adept at assembling fabricated parts to relatively small parts and light subassemblies.
• Demonstrated expertise in using hand and power tools to assemble units efficiently.
• Well-versed in identifying defects and quality issues and carrying out QA procedures to counter them.
Specifications verification | Troubleshooting
Regulatory requirements | Quality assurance
Wiring | Malfunction management
• Calibrated 180 mechanisms to meet tolerance and product specifications within 6 days.
• Introduced the merits of using Gullbit, a specialized tool to fabricate parts to small assemblies in an efficient manner.
• Identified defects in 150 products before delivery to the client, saving the company from losing an important contract.
• Trained 15 new hires to work as assembly workers for an extended manufacturing wing.
Kimball International, Corinth, MS
• Study assembly instructions and blueprint specifications and gather parts and subassemblies
• Position parts and subassemblies by following specific reading measurements
• Gather, collate and stack materials and pack cartons with finished materials
• Ensure that end materials conform to quality control specifications
• Mold metal parts, mount tires, and add fluids to machines
Assembly Line Worker
ABC Company, Corinth, MS
• Ensured that manufacturing machinery and tools were in proper working order
• Identified product defects and reported problems to the supervisor on an immediate basis
• Created labels and tags and placed them into the correct boxes
• Cleaned and inspected finished products
• Maintained inventory of supplies and material needed for assembly work
Adecco, Corinth, MS
• Cleaned and serviced machines and tools
• Assisted in assembling fabricated parts to assemblies and complete units
• Assembled units by using hand and power tools
• Packed newly constructed components in a safe manner and labeled them appropriately
• Handled cleaning and maintenance of work areas
High School Diploma
The New City High School, Corinth, MS | 2008