lamination manager seeking employment

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  1. Mr krauss
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    WILLIAM KRAUSS
    307 Big Black Ln, Poinciana FL 34759
    Phone Numbers: 863-353-7011 (hm), 407-371-5501 (cell)
    E-mail Address: williamkrauss5171979@hotmail.com
     
    OBJECTIVE: To secure a challenging and rewarding position with a dynamic and exciting organization where my knowledge, experience and skills will contribute towards the growth and success of the organization.
    WORK EXPERIENCE:
    Regal Marine Industries, Inc.
    Orlando, FL 32809
    Date Employed: 2008 -2009

    Commodore Lamination Manager - Conducted employee performance appraisals and review, participated in hiring of new employees, generated staff time sheets, resolved discipline issues; submitted daily, weekly, monthly and YTD operational measures reporting to higher management. Additionally, I supervised the cutting, shaping and joining of timber fiberglass pieces or assembling of pre-cut timber pieces to make a fiberglass boat using the required hand and power tools; ensured the accuracy of the assembly of prefabricated parts and sections of fiberglass, metal or other material to form complete boat; quality controlled the caulking of decks and hulls; supervised the installation of trims, rudders, seats, engine mounts and other accessories using hand tools; conducted minor repair on boats; inspected assembled boats for defects and conformance to quality standards; marked defects to be repaired; made minor adjustments and repairs; and recorded information on products inspected. Measured and adjusted voltages to specified values to determine operational accuracy of instruments; position, align, and adjusted work pieces and electrical parts to facilitate wiring and assembly; read and interpreted schematic drawings, diagrams, blueprints, specifications, work orders, and reports in order to determine materials requirements and assembly instructions; cleaned parts, using cleaning solutions, air hoses, and cloths; completed, reviewed, and maintained production, time, and component waste reports; conferred with supervisors or engineers to plan and reviewed work activities, and assisted in resolving production problems; distributed materials, supplies, and subassemblies to work areas; marked and tagged components so that stock inventory could be tracked and identified; packed finished assemblies for shipment and transported them to storage areas, using hoists or hand trucks; painted structures as specified, using paint sprayers provided instructions on assembly procedures or techniques to other workers; adjusted, repaired, or replaced electrical or electronic component parts to correct defects and to ensure conformance to specifications; assembled electrical or electronic systems and supported structures; and installed components, units, subassemblies, wiring, and assembly casings, using rivets, bolts, soldering and micro-welding equipment; drilled and tapped holes in specified equipment locations to mount control units, and provided openings for elements, wiring, and instruments; fabricated and formed parts, coils, and structures according to specifications, using drills, calipers, cutters, and saws; inspected and tested wiring installations, assemblies, and circuits for resistance factors and for operation; and record results.
    Mcaleer Marine
    Foley, AL 36535
    Date Employed: 2006- 2008
    Lamination Department Manager - Cut, shaped and joined timber fiberglass pieces or assemble pre-cut timber pieces to make a fiberglass boat using hand and power tools; assembled prefabricated parts and sections of fiberglass, metal or other material to form complete boat; caulked decks and hulls using caulking gun; installed trims, rudders, seats, engine mounts and other accessories using hand tools; marked defects to be repaired; and recorded information on products inspected. Measured and adjusted voltages to specified values to determine operational accuracy of instruments; positioned, aligned, and adjusted work pieces and electrical parts to facilitate wiring and assembly; cleaned parts, using cleaning solutions, air hoses, and cloths; completed, reviewed, and maintained production, time, and component waste reports; packed finished assemblies for shipment and transport them to storage areas, using hoists or hand trucks; painted structures as specified, using paint sprayers provide instructions on assembly procedures or techniques to other workers; adjusted, repaired, or replaced electrical or electronic component parts to correct defects and to ensure conformance to specifications; assembled electrical or electronic systems and support structures; and installed components, units, subassemblies, wiring, and assembly casings, using rivets, bolts, soldering and micro-welding equipment; drilled and tapped holes in specified equipment locations to mount control units, and provided openings for elements, wiring, and instruments; fabricated and formed parts, coils, and structures according to specifications, using drills, calipers, cutters, and saws; inspected and tested wiring installations, assemblies, and circuits for resistance factors and for operation; and record results.
     
    Tiara Yachts/Hateras Yachts
    Swansboro, North Carolina
    Date Employed: 2003 – 2005
    Assembly Line - Cut, shaped and joined timber fiberglass pieces or assemble pre-cut timber pieces to make a fiberglass boat using hand and power tools; assembled prefabricated parts and sections of fiberglass, metal or other material to form complete boat; caulked decks and hulls using caulking gun; installed trims, rudders, seats, engine mounts and other accessories using hand tools; marked defects to be repaired; and recorded information on products inspected. Measured and adjusted voltages to specified values to determine operational accuracy of instruments; positioned, aligned, and adjusted work pieces and electrical parts to facilitate wiring and assembly; cleaned parts, using cleaning solutions, air hoses, and cloths; completed, reviewed, and maintained production, time, and component waste reports; packed finished assemblies for shipment and transport them to storage areas, using hoists or hand trucks; painted structures as specified, using paint sprayers provide instructions on assembly procedures or techniques to other workers; adjusted, repaired, or replaced electrical or electronic component parts to correct defects and to ensure conformance to specifications; assembled electrical or electronic systems and support structures; and installed components, units, subassemblies, wiring, and assembly casings, using rivets, bolts, soldering and micro-welding equipment; drilled and tapped holes in specified equipment locations to mount control units, and provided openings for elements, wiring, and instruments; fabricated and formed parts, coils, and structures according to specifications, using drills, calipers, cutters, and saws; inspected and tested wiring installations, assemblies, and circuits for resistance factors and for operation; and record results.
    SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
    Over six years of experience in mechanical assembly lines and inspected equipment to ensure safe, effective, and secure maintenance operations. Identifying and resolving potential logistics problems, providing technical expertise on logistics management issues, and analyzing proposed plans, developing beneficial alternatives as needed.
    Proficient in all composite lamination processes.
    Proficient and confident with knowledge of carbon, kevlar and other fiber reinforcement materials.
    Proficient and confident with knowledge and ability to cut hardened fiberglass from mold with trimming knife
    Proficient and confident with knowledge of various core laminate materials such as Nomex, Balsa, and Airex foams.
    Uncommon ability to cut and layout fiberglass according to specifications.
    Profound ability to removal hulls and decks from mold.
    Great ability to understand resin systems and fiber layout.
    In-depth ability to measure layers of fiberglass or composite on molds to form boat decks and hulls, and fiberglass parts.
    Uncommon knowledge of vacuum bag process
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    References Available Upon Request
     
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  2. Mr krauss
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    Sorry for the post being all jumbled up i had it spaced out before i posted. If anyone has any questions please feel free to email me
     
  3. pameyer
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    Work

    You still available?

    Pat
     

  4. Mr krauss
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    yes i am still available
     
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