5 Assembly Leader Resume Examples

Five Key Resume Tips For Writing An Assembly Leader Resume:

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Relevant Experience
Make sure that the jobs, experience, and accolades that you include are relevant to the position you’re applying for.
2.
The Right Skills
This is a great time to run wild with those keywords from the job description. For example, if they’re looking for someone with experience in Assembly Line, be sure to list it in your resume’s skills section.
3.
Quantifiable Achievements
Your workplace accomplishments tell the story of the unique value you bring to an organization. Stay away from dry descriptions of job duties. Use numbers to help contextualize your achievements..
4.
ATS-Friendly
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Patrick Hunt
Assembly Leader
Employment History
Assembly Leader2019 - Present
AssemblersChattanooga, TN
  • Assembled merchandise for purchase Inventory on store merchandise Assembled merchandise per customer request Immaculate customer service
  • Make deliveries to customer's homes and provide excellent customer service.
  • Build displays Inventory Control Customer Service Maintain safe work area Inspection on all products
  • Collaborated across departments to ensure line is delivered raw materials at target quality.
Assembler2018 - 2019
AssemblersChattanooga, TN
  • Make deliveries to customer's homes and provide excellent customer service.
  • Worked on assembly lines to build drum of transmission and on line to build shell of transmission.
  • Operated heavy machinery Worked on a fast paced assembly line Operated forklift warehouse
Machinist2015 - 2018
Express ServicesPittsburgh, PA
  • Operated CNC lathes in fast-paced department.
  • machine parts and measure and clean parts and clean of the burs of the machined parts
  • Program, set-up and operate various CNC equipment.
  • Complete responsibility for overall operation of the CNC Machining Department.
Machine Operator2005 - 2015
Express ServicesPittsburgh, PA
  • Work multiple positions on assembly line, meeting predetermined line speed quota.
  • Followed all safety rules and regulations.
  • Used pallet jacks and/or other ride on powered equipment experience preferred BMC Millwork i.
  • Achieved high production and high quality on a consistent basis.
  • Perform quality checks on products and parts.
  • Loaded or unloaded materials and products Fed material into machines Operated production equipment or assisted machine operators
Education
High School Diploma In null2005 - 2005
 
 
Contact Information
Chattanooga, TN
(820) 555-8087
phunt@example.com
Skills
Machine Parts
Hand Tools
SPC
Parts Assembler
Production Process
Surface Grinders
Safety Policies
Dexterity
Production Goals
Band Saws
 
 
Kathryn Morris
Assembly Leader
Indianapolis, IN
(330) 555-0547
kmorris@example.com
Skills
LayoutAutomotive PartsCompany PoliciesElectrical AssemblyProduction TechniciansFinal InspectionCar PartsProduction DataProduction SchedulesQuality Checks
 
 
Employment History
Assembly Leader2011 - Present
FedExIndianapolis, IN
  • Confirm final quality checks and ensure communication among shifts Track and log all production jobs.
  • Maintained online line of communication between other assembly lines.
  • Provided communication and follow ups thru out the entire shift.
  • Design daily actions to ensure the timeliest, efficient, and safest procedures.
Electrical Mechanical Assembler2008 - 2011
Endress+HauserIndianapolis, IN
  • Practiced preserving the amount of work, standardizing processes and built units through an assembly line.
  • Assemble parts or units, sub assemblies, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Be able to triple check work quickly while making sure assembly line is not backed up.
  • Used power tools, hand tools and delicate specialized fixtures in the assembly and calibration of intricate medical equipment.
Medical Assembler2006 - 2008
Adecco Staffing, USAIndianapolis, IN
  • Maintained reports for all subpar work that was performed on the assembly line.
  • Inspect product to ensure quality standards were met.
  • Build medical equipment at a fast pace.
Assembly Inspector2004 - 2006
Adecco Staffing, USAIndianapolis, IN
  • Arranged parts on assembly line tray for packing.
  • Assigned to Sony Corporation in different departments and assembly lines.
  • Preformed various tasks on assembly line with and without robotics.
  • Add parts to transmissions on an assembly line.
  • Inspect product to ensure quality standards were met.
  • Work part time once a month for a week on an assembly line.
Education
High School Diploma of null2004 - 2004
 
 
Linda Carroll
Assembly Leader
Contact Information
Pontiac, MI
(420) 555-5215
lcarroll@example.com
Skills
  • Defective Products
  • Part Numbers
  • Aerospace
  • Hand Tools
  • Automotive Parts
  • In-Process Inspection
  • ISO
  • Unilever
  • PCB
  • Household Items
 
 
Employment History
Assembly Leader2020 - Present
General Motors
Pontiac, MI
  • Received the highest technician level on the assembly line and also served as a quality and safety coordinator.
  • Performed various assembly line jobs manufacturing automobiles.
  • Maintained plant policies and procedures to QS and ISO standards.
Final Inspector2017 - 2020
General Motors
Pontiac, MI
  • Completed audits and inspections to ensure high quality products.
  • Perform on line audits of material being produced to ensure good overall product quality.
  • Inspected various car parts at Yorozu Automotive for bad welds.
  • Inspect parts for Chrysler headlamps to make sure they were up to standards.
  • Perform receiving, first piece, and final inspections on incoming and outgoing products.
Assembly Inspector2015 - 2017
General Motors
Pontiac, MI
  • Worked on assembly line which included process, quality control, and machine operations.
  • Work in an assembly line making cars for GM in soft trim and regular trim sections.
  • General Labor Worked on assembly line, putting bailey and application on passenger front door.
Assembler/Packer2013 - 2015
Dart Container
Horse Cave, KY
  • Inspected and packaged plastic products * Promoted from inspector/packer to operator * Operated machine that printed logos on plastic cups
  • Assemble (form and tape) cardboard boxes.
  • Warehouse environment where I was constantly moving taking care of an assembly line.
  • Maintain production quotas on assembly line.
Education
High School Diploma of null2013 - 2013
 
 
John Lewis
Assembly Leader
Contact Info
Jacksonville, FL
(730) 555-0410
jlewis@example.com
Skills
Tape Measure
Smaw
Safety Policies
Safety Procedures
Welders
Blueprint Specifications
Daily Tasks
Depot
Parts Assembler
Stainless Steel
Employment History
Assembly Leader2019 - Present
Burger KingJacksonville, FL
  • Completed Six Sigma training and implemented new computer blade mapping program reducing rotor turn around time by 29%.
  • Set up for new assembly lines coming into the facility.
Mechanical Assembler2018 - 2019
AerotekJacksonville, FL
  • Performed panel lay-out and determined proper wire sizes prior to assembly, reading of electrical drawings, and building control panels.
  • Maintain necessary level of communication between shifts.
Welder2012 - 2018
GNCMontgomery, AL
  • Stick Welding, Flux Core Welding, Stainless Steel Flux Core Welding,
  • Assemble aluminum components using GMAW and GTAW welding processes.
  • Make corrections to the job orders if need be.
  • Contracted to install 22" Stainless Steel exhaust duct for a chemical lab at Boeing using the MIG welding process.
Assembler2011 - 2012
AerotekMontgomery, AL
  • Operate machine for assembly line.
  • Read blueprints in order to build circuit boards for alarm systems.
  • Tended machines that press, shape, or wind component parts.
  • Worked 3rd shift assembly line operations in the construction and assembly of Redbox machines.
Education
High School Diploma of null2011 - 2011
 
 
Linda Ray
Assembly Leader
Chicago, IL
(410) 555-2136
lray@example.com
Experience
Assembly Leader2015 - Present
Federal-MogulChicago, IL
  • Radio communication with captain to ensure successful and safe arrival.
  • Performed on audit assessment team, to proactively identify and address ISO and ISO4000 deficiencies within the production facility.
  • Worked closely with Quality Assurance to ensure a high quality product SAP J.D.
  • Support maintenance on all in house assembly lines.
  • Supervised and monitored the performance of the production workers in my dept.
Assembly Operator2013 - 2015
AerotekChicago, IL
  • Produced daily numbers upwards of 300 individual muffler insulation casts from raw materials.
  • Use of forklifts to load/unload trucks.
  • Worked on the assembly line Tested units for wholesale Packed and assembled parts for electronic machinery
  • Conduct frequent quality checks on processed materials.
Assembler2012 - 2013
Randstad USAChicago, IL
  • Maintain quality standards and production rates safely and consistently.
  • Used hand tools and instructions to assemble modules of ATM machines.
  • Operated drill presses, grinders, lathes, and milling machines, sanders.
Skills
Car PartsPart NumbersProduction GoalsAssembly LineSafety PoliciesProduction DataCustomer ServiceDepotAutomotive PartsSafety Standards
Education
High School Diploma In null2012 - 2012
 
 
Patrick Hunt
Assembly Leader
Employment History
Assembly Leader2019 - Present
AssemblersChattanooga, TN
  • Assembled merchandise for purchase Inventory on store merchandise Assembled merchandise per customer request Immaculate customer service
  • Make deliveries to customer's homes and provide excellent customer service.
  • Build displays Inventory Control Customer Service Maintain safe work area Inspection on all products
  • Collaborated across departments to ensure line is delivered raw materials at target quality.
Assembler2018 - 2019
AssemblersChattanooga, TN
  • Make deliveries to customer's homes and provide excellent customer service.
  • Worked on assembly lines to build drum of transmission and on line to build shell of transmission.
  • Operated heavy machinery Worked on a fast paced assembly line Operated forklift warehouse
Machinist2015 - 2018
Express ServicesPittsburgh, PA
  • Operated CNC lathes in fast-paced department.
  • machine parts and measure and clean parts and clean of the burs of the machined parts
  • Program, set-up and operate various CNC equipment.
  • Complete responsibility for overall operation of the CNC Machining Department.
Machine Operator2005 - 2015
Express ServicesPittsburgh, PA
  • Work multiple positions on assembly line, meeting predetermined line speed quota.
  • Followed all safety rules and regulations.
  • Used pallet jacks and/or other ride on powered equipment experience preferred BMC Millwork i.
  • Achieved high production and high quality on a consistent basis.
  • Perform quality checks on products and parts.
  • Loaded or unloaded materials and products Fed material into machines Operated production equipment or assisted machine operators
Education
High School Diploma In null2005 - 2005
 
 
Contact Information
Chattanooga, TN
(820) 555-8087
phunt@example.com
Skills
Machine Parts
Hand Tools
SPC
Parts Assembler
Production Process
Surface Grinders
Safety Policies
Dexterity
Production Goals
Band Saws
 
 
Kathryn Morris
Assembly Leader
Indianapolis, IN
(330) 555-0547
kmorris@example.com
Skills
LayoutAutomotive PartsCompany PoliciesElectrical AssemblyProduction TechniciansFinal InspectionCar PartsProduction DataProduction SchedulesQuality Checks
 
 
Employment History
Assembly Leader2011 - Present
FedExIndianapolis, IN
  • Confirm final quality checks and ensure communication among shifts Track and log all production jobs.
  • Maintained online line of communication between other assembly lines.
  • Provided communication and follow ups thru out the entire shift.
  • Design daily actions to ensure the timeliest, efficient, and safest procedures.
Electrical Mechanical Assembler2008 - 2011
Endress+HauserIndianapolis, IN
  • Practiced preserving the amount of work, standardizing processes and built units through an assembly line.
  • Assemble parts or units, sub assemblies, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Be able to triple check work quickly while making sure assembly line is not backed up.
  • Used power tools, hand tools and delicate specialized fixtures in the assembly and calibration of intricate medical equipment.
Medical Assembler2006 - 2008
Adecco Staffing, USAIndianapolis, IN
  • Maintained reports for all subpar work that was performed on the assembly line.
  • Inspect product to ensure quality standards were met.
  • Build medical equipment at a fast pace.
Assembly Inspector2004 - 2006
Adecco Staffing, USAIndianapolis, IN
  • Arranged parts on assembly line tray for packing.
  • Assigned to Sony Corporation in different departments and assembly lines.
  • Preformed various tasks on assembly line with and without robotics.
  • Add parts to transmissions on an assembly line.
  • Inspect product to ensure quality standards were met.
  • Work part time once a month for a week on an assembly line.
Education
High School Diploma of null2004 - 2004
 
 
Linda Carroll
Assembly Leader
Contact Information
Pontiac, MI
(420) 555-5215
lcarroll@example.com
Skills
  • Defective Products
  • Part Numbers
  • Aerospace
  • Hand Tools
  • Automotive Parts
  • In-Process Inspection
  • ISO
  • Unilever
  • PCB
  • Household Items
 
 
Employment History
Assembly Leader2020 - Present
General Motors
Pontiac, MI
  • Received the highest technician level on the assembly line and also served as a quality and safety coordinator.
  • Performed various assembly line jobs manufacturing automobiles.
  • Maintained plant policies and procedures to QS and ISO standards.
Final Inspector2017 - 2020
General Motors
Pontiac, MI
  • Completed audits and inspections to ensure high quality products.
  • Perform on line audits of material being produced to ensure good overall product quality.
  • Inspected various car parts at Yorozu Automotive for bad welds.
  • Inspect parts for Chrysler headlamps to make sure they were up to standards.
  • Perform receiving, first piece, and final inspections on incoming and outgoing products.
Assembly Inspector2015 - 2017
General Motors
Pontiac, MI
  • Worked on assembly line which included process, quality control, and machine operations.
  • Work in an assembly line making cars for GM in soft trim and regular trim sections.
  • General Labor Worked on assembly line, putting bailey and application on passenger front door.
Assembler/Packer2013 - 2015
Dart Container
Horse Cave, KY
  • Inspected and packaged plastic products * Promoted from inspector/packer to operator * Operated machine that printed logos on plastic cups
  • Assemble (form and tape) cardboard boxes.
  • Warehouse environment where I was constantly moving taking care of an assembly line.
  • Maintain production quotas on assembly line.
Education
High School Diploma of null2013 - 2013
 
 
John Lewis
Assembly Leader
Contact Info
Jacksonville, FL
(730) 555-0410
jlewis@example.com
Skills
Tape Measure
Smaw
Safety Policies
Safety Procedures
Welders
Blueprint Specifications
Daily Tasks
Depot
Parts Assembler
Stainless Steel
Employment History
Assembly Leader2019 - Present
Burger KingJacksonville, FL
  • Completed Six Sigma training and implemented new computer blade mapping program reducing rotor turn around time by 29%.
  • Set up for new assembly lines coming into the facility.
Mechanical Assembler2018 - 2019
AerotekJacksonville, FL
  • Performed panel lay-out and determined proper wire sizes prior to assembly, reading of electrical drawings, and building control panels.
  • Maintain necessary level of communication between shifts.
Welder2012 - 2018
GNCMontgomery, AL
  • Stick Welding, Flux Core Welding, Stainless Steel Flux Core Welding,
  • Assemble aluminum components using GMAW and GTAW welding processes.
  • Make corrections to the job orders if need be.
  • Contracted to install 22" Stainless Steel exhaust duct for a chemical lab at Boeing using the MIG welding process.
Assembler2011 - 2012
AerotekMontgomery, AL
  • Operate machine for assembly line.
  • Read blueprints in order to build circuit boards for alarm systems.
  • Tended machines that press, shape, or wind component parts.
  • Worked 3rd shift assembly line operations in the construction and assembly of Redbox machines.
Education
High School Diploma of null2011 - 2011
 

What Should Be Included In An Assembly Leader Resume

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1. Add Contact Information To Your Assembly Leader Resume

Your name should be the biggest text on the page and be at or near the top of the document.

Your address doesn't need to include your street name or house number - listing your city and state works just fine.

Your email address should be professional, but not your current work email address. It's not a good look to use your work email for personal projects (job-searching).

Your social media can be included if you have a fully-fledged LinkedIn page or another social media page that showcases your relevant skill set.

Assembly Leader Resume Contact Information Example #1
Hank Rutherford Hill
St. Arlen, Texas | 333-111-2222 | hank.hill@gmail.com

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2. Add Your Relevant Education To The Resume

Your resume's education section should include:

  • The name of your school
  • The date you graduated (Month, Year or Year are both appropriate)
  • The name of your degree
If you graduated more than 15 years ago, you should consider dropping your graduation date to avoid age discrimination.

Optional subsections for your education section include:

  • Academic awards (Dean's List, Latin honors, etc. )
  • GPA (if you're a recent graduate and your GPA was 3.5+)
  • Extra certifications
  • Academic projects (thesis, dissertation, etc.)

Other tips to consider when writing your education section include:

  • If you're a recent graduate, you might opt to place your education section above your experience section
  • The more work experience you get, the shorter your education section should be
  • List your education in reverse chronological order, with your most recent and high-ranking degrees first
  • If you haven't graduated yet, you can include "Expected graduation date" to the entry for that school

Assembly Leader Resume Relevant Education Example #1
High School Diploma 2014 - 2016
Assembly Leader Resume Relevant Education Example #2
High School Diploma 2014 - 2016
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3. Next, Create An Assembly Leader Skills Section On Your Resume

Your resume's skills section should include the most important keywords from the job description, as long as you actually have those skills. If you haven't started your job search yet, you can look over resumes to get an idea of what skills are the most important.

Here are some tips to keep in mind when writing your resume's skills section:

  • Include 6-12 skills, in bullet point form
  • List mostly hard skills; soft skills are hard to test
  • Emphasize the skills that are most important for the job
Hard skills are generally more important to hiring managers because they relate to on-the-job knowledge and specific experience with a certain technology or process.

Soft skills are also valuable, as they're highly transferable and make you a great person to work alongside, but they're impossible to prove on a resume.

Top Skills for an Assembly Leader
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4. List Your Assembly Leader Experience

The most important part of any resume is the experience section. Recruiters and hiring managers expect to see your experience listed in reverse chronological order, meaning that you should begin with your most recent experience and then work backwards.

Don't just list your job duties below each job entry. Instead, make sure most of your bullet points discuss impressive achievements from your past positions. Whenever you can, use numbers to contextualize your accomplishments for the hiring manager reading your resume.

It's okay if you can't include exact percentages or dollar figures. There's a big difference even between saying "Managed a team of engineers" and "Managed a team of 6 engineers over a 9-month project."

Most importantly, make sure that the experience you include is relevant to the job you're applying for. Use the job description to ensure that each bullet point on your resume is appropriate and helpful.


Work History Example # 1
Material Handler
Staffmark Holdings
  • Participated as part of the receiving team, scheduled loads and assigned Bill of lading (BOL's).
  • Pulled product to complete tasks (on RF gun) and delivered safely and time appropriate to stockers.
  • Worked in many different factories -Repackaging product -Product Puller -Various department experience -Ran machinery
  • Managed transfers and warehouse inventories, picked and packed standard and LTL orders, and utilized company computer software.
  • Operated forklift such as sit down, reach and walkie ryder.

Work History Example # 2
Numerical Control Operator
Aerotek
  • Approved in-process production by confirming specifications, conducting visual and measurement tests, and communicating required adjustments to production supervisor.
  • Served as a programmer and operator of CNC EDM and Mills for the plastic injection mold industry 2.
  • Programmed and operated Fadal Mills for Aerospace industry.
  • Studied blueprints, work order, and machining instructions to determine product dimensions, tooling, and planned operational sequence.
  • Worked at Sapa Aluminum Extrusions with the focus being on teamwork and safety.

Work History Example # 3
Inspector
Lear
  • Implemented troubleshooting techniques to adequately identify and address issues with seat structure assembly, resulting in zero deficiencies.
  • Presented equipment to Government QA for final acceptance inspections.
  • Utilized Just-In-Time Inventory System; performed final quality controls checks on finished inventory before shipping.
  • Conducted annual and periodic inspections of customer equipment per OSHA/ANSI guidelines.
  • Stacked and transported all overstock to storage areas.

Work History Example # 4
Machine Operator
Swagelok
  • Complied with FDA and DEA regulations in all aspects of bulk production of API's.
  • Feed fuel, such as coal into fireboxes or onto conveyors and remove ashes from furnaces, using shovels and buckets
  • Operated a CNC mill making various automotive parts while meeting company expectations
  • Controlled extrusion line that created ABS and PVC pipe Assisted with Quality Control and Shipping Loaded and unloaded using a fork lift
  • Worked on a CNC press, organized metal, and took metal inventory.

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5. Highlight Your Assembly Leader Certifications On Resume

Certifications can be a powerful tool to show employers that you know your stuff. If you have any of these certifications, make sure to put them on your assembly leader resume:

  1. Forklift Safety and Inspector
  2. OSHA Safety Certificate
  3. Six Sigma Green Belt

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6. Finally, Add A Summary Or Objective Statement

A resume summary statement is a 1-3 sentence spiel at the top of your resume that quickly summarizes who you are and what you have to offer. In this section, include your job title, years of experience (if it's 3+), and an impressive accomplishment, if you have space for it.

Remember to address skills and experiences that are emphasized in the job description.

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Updated October 6, 2021