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Mankato State University
Bachelor of Science Degree Mathematics/Minor
Graduate coursework in Mathematics
Course and Course Society of Actuaries
/NT, Windows and UNIX
in CiscoCCNA and MicrosoftMCSE
Word, Excel, Access , Quickbooks and Peachtree
in Both Visual Basic and C
Aug. – Nov. Medtronic
Senior Calibration TechnicianContract
Performing a full
spectrum of dimensional inspections on parts that involved extreme close
Working with engineers
and other technicians to get proper information or agreement
on inspection processes as well as to work out various issues on outofspec
and technical drawings, following inspection processes, working with
geometric dimensioning and tolerances GD&T.
Using a wide variety
of tools for various kinds of measurements on different parts to include:
micrometers, calipers, pingauges, gage blocks, and bore gauges.
and toolscopes to measure very small parts and verify that they were
July – Aug. Spectrum
InspectionContract via Doherty Staffing
plastic parts for defects: foreign material, flash, splay, mismatch,
with several tools in include: calipers, micrometers, height gauge,
depth gauge, and the CMM.
Handling both receiving
inspection and in process inspection procedures.
article inspection on all new parts
and verifying specifications and dimensions for various mechanical parts
either made within the corporation or those from vendors.
parts such as gears, stroke rods, end caps, face plates using various
measuring equipment: micrometers, calipers, bore gauges, height and
depth gauges, toolscopes, and a CMM.
software to record measurements and verify that both the measurements
were in specification via SPC standards and that the specifications
Touching on some
of the CMM programmable techniques; using the general concepts and symbolism
involved with geometric tolerances GD&T.
Office and Microsoft Access to communicate with others and to write
up nonconformances and/or discrepancies for parts and materials not
the mechanical engineers on issues and learning some basic engineering
research and development.
Quality Control Technician
Reading and referring
regularly to blueprints, engineering drawings and GD&T symbolism
to get information and dimensions on various parts manufactured within
Measuring and assuring
parts are meeting proper dimensions using various measuring tools such
as height gauges, depth gauges, calipers, micrometers as well as toolscopes,
CMMs, CVs and comparators.
software to perform and chart the proper calculations in regards to
Statistical Process ControlSPC.
such as averages of averagesxbarbar, standard deviations, means,
variances and Cpk on samples to verify that the parts are meeting proper
Tracing and researching
to find reasons for outlier points as they occur, and taking various
approaches to correct the out of control situations.
internal audits on the procedures and manufacturing of parts on the
assembly lines, and have familiarity with the ISO specifications.
and SAP software to communicate with others within the company, to write
up trouble tickets, and to get information on products and production
Quality Control Technician
and advance experience in the application and the working with quality
tools; and became certified within Cypress to run and use the tools
for manufacturing and measuring productsemiconductors
included assistance with the maintenance crew helping to qualify various
tools for manufacturing using the statistical process control proceduresSPC
Performed high end
technical quality assurance statistical tests on raw testing semiconductor
wafers to determine the daily productivity standards on various
tools throughout the plant to insure that tools were running properly
and that product was in good expectations
Further and more
advanced data were obtained, to include, the mean, mode, maximum value,
minimum value and standard deviations, which were used in failure analysis
tests to determine if raw product, and manufactured product were in
customer as well as company expectations
Entered data into
Ingres’s System, Excel’s Chartmaster and SAS, then analyzed the
data, mainly obscure outliers, by reading various charts and graphs
to include: XBar charts, Anova Tables, and Multiple Linear Regression
Goodness to Fit scatter plots.
Attended on the
job classes to learn higher statistical theory used for SPC, which included
knowledge in Standard Normal Distributions, Multivariate Normal Distributions,
ChiSquare Goodness to Fit and Covariance, and, then, how to apply these
mathematical models with the semiconductor product
upper limitUL and lower limitLU, which were in three standard deviations
on the average of averagesXBarBar, were calculated quarterly and
recalculation of limits was done as needed; and the charts were always
kept within the audits of the SPC compliance as conducted regularly
in accordance to
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Handled the ability
to prioritize projects and daily tasks to meet longterm and shortterm
Worked with customers
and clients over the phone, helping them with questions and resolving
various issues, regarding products ordered and services needed.
Utilized good interpersonal,
clerical, and organizational skills; used strong communication verbal,
written, & oral and problem solving skills, and showed a high level
of accuracy and attention to detail
and templates using Excel and Access software applications; inputted
various data and records within spreadsheets; created documents with
MSWord/Word Perfect applications
Various Alpha and
Numeric data entry tasks typing approximately keystrokes per hour
using both Microsoft and Unix based programs; carried
out common clerical duties to include: photocopying, collating and sorting,
filing, and faxing.
Bill Kabitz @
Darin Stapf @