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McDonald - Forklift Driver - Slidell, LA, USA

Lateshia McDonald

Slidell, LA, USA


Forklift Driver


I drive stand up, sit down (electric and gas), slip sheet puller, walkie (ride on), and pallet jack(electric pull)

Work History

Forklift operator

Folgers Warehouse-(temp)

June 2013 - August 2013

I cased picked orders off of a case pick sheet and placed orders on a pallet then scanned orders with an scan gun that was on the lift.Then I took the products to an wrapper and after being wrapped, I staged the products in the proper locations. I usually picked about 1500-4000 cases of a coffee per scheduled 12 hour shift.

I placed the right side cylinder head

Kohler Small Engines(temp)

March 2013 - November 2013

Hattiesburg, MS 03/13-11/13
Twin Cam engine assembly
I placed the right side cylinder head on a small engine and I ran the pivot machine which required me to make parts for another co-worker so that they can place them on the engine. I also ran the computer that placed the left side cover over the left side cylinder head. I was laid off May 4, 2013.

core lacer

Howard Industries

May 2011 - January 2013

in medium pole production were I made the cores that went inside the electrical transformers. Then I got transferred to medium pole were I did cover hook and that required me to use an scanner to scan each unit I hooked an cover up to before it went into an oil chamber. Then I was moved to the warehouse where I filled orders for Phase 3 production. I had at least 200 orders to fill a day, I received printouts that told me what needed to go into specified bins and had to scan each parts serial number before placing into the bins. After filling my part of the order then I sent it to someone else for further processing.


Raytheon/ Aero-Space

January 2003 - January 2004

I built F-18 air craft modules and that required me to work on a circuit board. I read blue prints and soldered small components on the circuit board using an mircroscope. I inspected the boards for accuracy before releasing them for use.


Slaughter Law Office

Filing, typing, answering the phones and taking messages

Pallet Jack Driver/Forklift/ Wing Cutter

Kochs Food of Forest

May 1998 - May 2008

-Forest, MS 05/98-05/08(2nd shift); 09/04-10/10(1st& 3rd shift)
Shipping/Debone line
Pallet Jack Driver/Forklift/ Wing Cutter
I drove the electric pallet jack and I delivered products to and from cooler. Then I was promoted to shipping tally clerk were I kept inventory of products that went to and from production floor out of the front cooler. At the end of shift I had to count all the product that was left in the cooler for the next shift. I then moved to the production line in the debone dept. where I cut the left side wing with a knife @ 40 birds per minute. I put the product on a conveyer belt were it went to the wing line for further processing.

Qualifications & Certifications

Information Technology/Network Security

American Intercontinental University

Forest High School

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