Loume - Assembly Line Operator - Columbus, OH, USA

Karen Loume

Columbus, OH, USA


Assembly Line Operator


I worked for GM Corp in area of door locks and door frames. I also worked for Emerson Network Power building electric components.

Work History

Production assembler

Emerson Network Power

June 2006 - May 2012

Assembles products or sub-assemblies and weld frame according to verbal or written instructions or by following drawings or diagrams (PC cooling systems).

Sherwin Williams Chemical Coatings

April 2001 - February 2006

Responsibilities: To setup filling equipment for tankwagons, pails, and drums.
Filtration of paint to best clean and proper color.
Repair of equipment, pumps, fillers, lablers and automatic tracks.
Forklift to and from small batch and warehouse of finish products.

Staff Management


September 1999 - December 2001

Placing required amount of finished product in totes or containers on several different types of Production Assembly Lines at Kal-
Kan Columbus, OH. Assembly Plant.

Automation Clerk

United States Postal Service

November 1999 - December 2001

Mail processor First and Third Class mail on DBCS,
OCR & Barcode Machines. Correct direction of local and state wide mail.

Forming Machine Operator

Tenneco Packaging

September 1994 - October 1999

Duties include operating machinery to
Produce oven rays for the food industry. Responsible for quality control,
troubleshooting and the repairs of production equipment, duties also
include packaging, labeling, and meeting production quotes on a daily

Tool Crib Attendant

Superior Die, Tool, and Machine Company

October 1992 - November 1993

To 2301 Fairwood Ave. Columbus, OH 43207 (614) 444-2181
11/1993 Tool Crib Attendant: Responsible for stocking and purchasing of tools,
issuing tools and equipment to die makers and tracking these tools by using computer log equipment. Other duties include shipping and
receiving, loading merchandise operation forklift, and 10-ton overhead
crane and coordinating incoming jobs with supervision. Receiving
incoming jobs, distributing to proper areas, and contacting customers and suppliers.
Truck Driver: Responsible for the delivery of the product within Ohio

Drawing Machine Operator

Fiber Materials Inc

June 1991 - September 1992

To From 666 North Hague Ave. Columbus, OH 43204 (614) 272-5785
09/1992 Twister: Operation of twenty bobbin machines, which places quartz fiber on bobbin; twenty-five plus, per shift.
Drawing Machine Operator: Responsible for set up and operation of
Number Ten drawing machine. Burning forty-five quartz cakes.
Maintaining limited maintenance to equipment and quality control.

Air Brake Operator


February 1990 - November 1990

Responsible for the assembly and inspection of front
End brake valves for Heavy-Duty Truck vehicles sold to the United States
Defense Department.
On-Line Production: Responsible for the first time quality of finished
Brake valves and hoses located on truck chassis in accordance to installation drawings provided by designers.
Touch Up: Inspection of assembled trucks to identify paint flaws and defects.
Driver: Drove assembled trucks off assembly line to stock location.

Fisher Guide-GM

Packing and Shipping

September 1976 - June 1985

Inspect to fit Gauge: Responsible for quality control, 100% inspection of completed product for correct gauge fit tolerance and visible inspection before shipment of product.
Packing and Shipping: Requiring 100% visible inspection before placing
Placing number of pieces in containers. Labeling and checking complete
Containers for proper quantity and destination before shipment. Certified
Forklift driver.
Punch Press Operator: Placing of raw materials in a designate press to
Form molding for exterior (GM) automobile parts, which included self
Inspection after each operation.
Automatic buff Operator: Visual inspection of parts before placing into
Buff fixtures and rechecking each piece before packing. Responsible for the complete maintenance of the machine, which included cleaning,
changing of heads and compound.
Manual Check and Assembler: Assembled and manually check
Functionality of each door lock for proper operation before sending to packing department.

Research Assistant


May 1975 - January 1976

Primary duties were to contact former residents of
The group home and interview for follow-up profiles with last known
Address. Complete this information in report form for the Director and
Purpose of further funding of the organization.
Secondary Duties, Relief Person: Performed the duties of the house
Father when needed, supervised seven males 15 to 17 years of age. This
Included hourly checks on whereabouts of residents when not in the
Facility, school, athletic, and job reports. Report curfew violations,
Runaways, and discuss progress with caseworkers at call-ins.

Qualifications & Certifications

Rosemont School of Cosmetology

Rosemont High School

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