Speaker: dallas forrest
What kind of Assembly/Machine Operator job are you looking for? (Electronic Assembler, Medical Assembler, Machine Operator, Production, etc)
dallas forrest: Machine operator, production, etcetera.
Tell us about your last 2-3 jobs including your job title, length of employment, what you liked about each job and why you left
dallas forrest: Last couple of jobs, painting contractor, doing everything from commercial resident interior, exterior, custom homes, all kinds of stuff. It was always nice to see the outcome when it was done. And more so with busses and heavy duty equipment, manufacturing busses taking care of them. Uh field service tech doing that, visiting locations that we built busses for that had warranties, troubleshooting, repairing is needed. Always a challenge. I liked it.
What expertise do you have and how long have you been doing that? (soldering, working under microscope, CNC machine, other machines?)
dallas forrest: Quite a few. Um just reflecting on working on busses, there's so many different Parts and just so much two of us between communication, the, you know, the 1939 data communication line maybe modules aren't communicating with one another or uh you know, AC problems. Uh Yeah, there's uh you know, obviously different programming and hooking up to Softwares and troubleshooting a very broad, very broad and then actually working on them themselves. Anything from the suspension components, engine A C wheelchair ramp issues, electric power steering, all high voltage, uh quite a bit. And I, like, like I said, I like the challenge always like learning something new and being very diverse.
Let us know what days and shifts you are available and what pay range you are looking for.
dallas forrest: If possible. Weekly Monday through Friday, I get my kids every other weekend. So that obviously has a big effect on what shift and schedule, um, and pay. I would be looking for something hopefully And at least the $25 range.
Any additional thoughts that could help us find the right job for you
dallas forrest: Not necessarily, um, willing to do a number of different things. Um, yeah. No, not necessarily.