Title shows resumes and cover letters of people who wish to enter the manufacturing field, advance in it, or exit from it into new careers. Job hunting strategies are provided, as are strategies for transferring manufacturing skills and experience to other industries. The book contains more than 100 qrealq resumes and cover letters which target this industry, and the purpose of the book is to give models or examples for people to use in creating their own resumes and cover letters tailored to the manufacturing industry. Readers will find resumes of machine operator, product design director, production foreman, quality engineer, shipping and receiving manager, tool and die maker, tire builder, welder, team leader, assembler, maintenance supervisor, and many other jobs. This book will be of enormous help to people seeking employment in the manufacturing sector and to people who desire to transfer knowledge gained in a manufacturing environment into new occupational areas.Including Real Resumes Used to Change Careers and Transfer Skills to Other Industries Anne McKinney ... General Manufacturing (GMC) course, Reno Technical Community College, Reno, NV, 1996. ... Read wiring diagrams, schematics, and engineering order specifications to ensure units were completed according to requirements and proper ... During my time at Jones, I worked on an assembly line building power tools; wired jig saws and mounted the set screw to close the case.
|Title||:||Real-resumes for Manufacturing Jobs|
|Publisher||:||PREP Publishing - 2002|