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Work experience

Jun 2010Present

Dull Inspector


Inspect Winnebagos for dulls after they have been sanded and buffed. Started out as a buffer and worked my way up to inspector.

Feb 2009May 2010


Nutech Seed

Drive forklift, bagging beans, operate tractors/skid loader

* Forklift Liscence

* Hazmat Training

* Operate Plot Combines

Feb 2004Jul 2008

Cylinder Assembler/Material Handler

Iowa Mold & Tooling Inc.

    I first started as a Cylinder Assembler in 2004. The duties would include assembling and testing of hydraulic cylinders. After the cylinders were tested, they would have to be transported to the paint deptartment. I would then use my forklift license to transport them to the correct deptartment. I had some Ergonomics 5-S training through the company. Plus I was trained in Lock-out Tag-out procedures.

    Then in 2006 I was placed in the West Parts deptartment. In this deptartment I became a floater. I was cross-trained to do any of the jobs in that deptartment. First it was shipping and packaging various parts for distribution around the world. I am familiar with UPS and FEDEX shipping programs on the computer. Then it was receiving parts into the company's computer dropped off by UPS and FEDEX. My main job was pulling parts for the trucks/cranes being built in-house. I also drove forklift to load and unload semi-trailers.

Feb 2001Aug 2002

Production Worker

Winnebago Ind.

    I worked in Bertha deptartment on an assembly line installing copper lines for the gas, and the dump valve on the Winnebago chasis. I would also help install the flooring that goes on top of the parts I installed.


Aug 2002Jul 2003

AA degree in Biology not received yet.


    I attended North Iowa Area Community College for about 1 year studying for and AA degree ing Biology. Money problems forced me to go back to work after 1 year of schooling. In the future I would like to go back and receive my degree.

Sep 1989May 2000


Forest City High


Windows XP
5-S Training
Forklift Driver


Matt Brown

Gary Taylor

Bob Miller