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Hi my family and are moving to Missouri at the end of October. This is not up for debate, we have to move because of a sever medical allergy that my wife has. She is allergic to fire ants which are everywhere here in Texas. She got bit at the first of September and I watched her almost die in my arms. Anyway Missouri does not have these fire ants. This is the only thing she is allergic to. Anyway I need to find me a job, otherwise I will be forced to come back to Texas and leave the family in Missouri. I do not want to do this. Anyway here is my resume, if you know of any manufacturing, machine shop in the area that is looking for someone please let me know. I am also open to ideas. Here is my work history. EFCO Machine and Welding Shop Manual machine shop lead man. Job description As lead man of over the manual machine shop I work one on one with engineers from companies that we provide services to. I have direct contact with other customers that have parts in need of repair. In every case I discuss the best way to repair or to build what the customer needs. I design fixtures for the CNC production department. This is done by keeping two important things in mind, quality and cycle time. I conceive an idea; draw up prints for the parts that will be needed to make the fixture. I draw the prints using AutoCAD. I delegate work to employee’s if the employee’s are busy I will machine the parts myself. I perform the task needed using Drill presses, manual lathes, break presses, welding, CNC equipment, hydraulic press, AutoCAD, manual mill, and other hand tools. 1997-2001 Henley Healthcare ( no longer in business) Job title Fabrication department supervisor Supervised 18 employees. From a forecast I planned work for employees. Also served as quality control for the department. When I took the department over the quality of the parts and the rejects went down by 25%. I improved proscess to increase effeciency and quality. Machinery in department include manual mills, manual lathe, break presses, tubing bender, punch press, and welding. Set up maintenance schedules for all machinery in the plant to comply with ISO 9000 certification and made sure the schedules were carried out. Performed maintenance through the plant to include mechanical repair, electrical troubleshooting, plumbing, saws, painting, drywall and other. I maintained employee records for vacation, sick time and submitted weekly employee hours. I did all the purchasing of supplies for the department. I interviewed new employees and was also responsible for termination of employee’s if needed. 1996-1997 Manor Care Health Services Job title Maintance Director Performed maintenance for the nursing home facility to include, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, drywall, painting, and mechanical repair. Inspected the facility to make sure state standards were being met. Co-person on safety committee. In charge of purchasing supplies and new equipment for facility. When state inspection was done the maintenance through the facility had zero faults. 1994-1995 Texas Hydraulics Job title CNC machinist Ran production on CNC lathe’s using morsiki lathe’s SL25, 35, 40 and 60 Used calipers, tweezer gauges, bore gauges, micrometers to insure the parts were within tolerances. 1989-1994 Scott & White Hospital Job title Shift lead man Performed maintenance as needed through out the hospital. Equipment to include, dietary equipment, laundry equipment, pneumatic tube system, fire alarm system and other equipment though the hospital. Troubleshoot electrical problems, plumbing, on the fire and rescue team. Attended to any and all maintenance problems in the hospital.

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U need to check out indeed.com or career builder. U have ALOT of exp so that is good. Perhaps, calling up temp agencies in the area. I would go ahead and post ur resume on the above websites. And also, google top employers in that area as well.
Answered By: mist - 11/1/2011
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