Production Expert

JOHNETTA HAYNES

8103 Saint Clair Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 30329 | (C) 404-317-7581 | haynes.johnetta@yahoo.com

Professional Summary

Customer-oriented Machine Operator focused on increasing production, minimizing equipment downtime
and costs and maximizing overall plant efficiency.

Skills

In-depth OSHA knowledge Assembly line production
Production procedures Material handling expert
Exceptional organizational skills ISO certified
Interpersonal skills Chemical processing skillfulness
Extremely quick learner
Numerical controls understanding

Work History

Machine Operator 11/2013 to Current
GSC Packaging – 575 Wharton Drive Atlanta, Ga

Maintained necessary level of communications between shifts.
Responsible for achieving production requirements.
Ensured that all health and safety guidelines were followed.
Made sure that products were produced on time and are of good quality.
Oversaw the production process and managed the production schedule.
Set up and verified the functionality of safety equipment.
Tested products or subassemblies for functionality or quality.

Offbearer 04/2011 to 04/2013
Bemis Corporation – 3514 N. 25th street Omaha, Ne

Adjusted press during production runs to maintain specific registration and color densities.
Checked job information at each press to verify that the correct ink was delivered.
Analyzed account workload quantity, complexity and due dates to predict and prevent problems.
Promptly removed completed loads from the press.
Produced high quality finished printed material in a timely and efficient manner.
Employed root cause analysis to troubleshoot equipment and process issues.

Machine Operator 06/2009 to 03/2011
Wilkinsins – 1112 Madison P.O Box 490 Ft. Calhoun, Ne

Load plastic into machinery/change molds for various orders.
Assist mechanics and process techs with changeovers when time allows.
Operate John Browne/Allan Bradley machines in thermoforming dept.
Use of materials including PETE, PP, OPS, HIPS, PS, PLA and aluminum setting material gauges in ranges
of 250-300.

Order Selector 10/2007 to 04/2009
Nash Finch – 7401 F. Street Omaha, Ne

Refilled and rotated items on shelves to maintain well-stocked inventory.
Scanned shelves and product cases for expired stock and discarded outdated or spoiled items.
Assisted the team in meeting sales, stock loss, labor objectives and margin goals to increase
profitability.
Verified all deliveries against invoices and completed shortage and overage reports.

Received, inspected and logged all products for accuracy of shipment, temperature and quality.
Prepared and maintained inventory records.

General Laborer 04/2006 to 09/2007
Lozier Corporation – 6336 Pershing Drive Omaha, Ne

Operated various types of machinery within the plant such as banner welder/notching machines.
Prepared set-ups/change overs for size variance, performed troubleshooting repairs on different
equipment.

Order Builder 02/2000 to 03/2006
Coca Cola – 5415 Dayton circle Omaha, Ne

Build orders using a pick sheet and automatic pallet jack.
Stage finished goods onto dock to prepare for shipment.

Education

Associate of Arts: Massage Therapy 2007
Hamilton College - 5535 N. 90th Street Omaha, Ne

Affiliations

Former member of the Employee Activity Committee
Member of the United Way Board and Morale Team
Member of the Deans List

Additional Information

I have the ability to provide the manufacturing department with a production technician that's
capable of learning the various manufacturing tasks that may be presented.

  • ID#: 83680
  • Location: Atlanta, GA , 30329

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