OfW Member CV

Summary

I have over a decade of successful experience in operating a diverse machining operations in a factory environment. The main focus of my experience has, to date, been in the packaging industry but because of the versatility of the range of the skills and experience I have acquired, and having worked in an environment where you always have to be open to change and to considerable variety in the work place. I am open to work across various manufacturing and production industries. I am resourceful and have learned to deal with having to work quickly, safely and efficiently under pressure, follow-through and multi-task, as well as to deal with unpredictable situations, which often include swift and efficient problem-solving.

 

Details

Age 39
Gender Male
Nationality South African
Address Cape Town

Driving Licenses Car
Languages isiXhosa, isiZulu, English

Education & Training

Branch Volunteer Staff Training

Certificate, Organising for Work
Langa, Cape Town, Feb 2019 to Feb 2019
Covered spreadsheets, word processing, calendars, running workshops, policy and advocacy around unemployment in South Africa.

Mechanical Engineering

National Certificate (N1, N2, N3), Western Province Technical College
Thornton, Jan 1999 to Dec 2000
The job of a mechanical engineer involves widespread handling of machines and components which have a direct relation with power by producing it, transmitting it or even making use of power.

High School

Grade 9, Queens Park High
Woodstock Cape Town, Jan 1997 to Dec 1997
It was of High School Subjects

 

Employment

Event Supervisor

Guga Sthebe
Langa Cape Town, Apr 2019 to Jun 2019
•Supervise, and participate in the set-up, and take-down of intramural sports, club competitions, and special events programmed through Campus Recreation •Serve as the onsite Event Supervisor for all intramural sports, club competitions, and special events programmed through Campus Recreation •Co-Liaison with Public Safety, Emergency responders, facility staff, event organizers, and custodial staff to ensure effective and professional event management •Track and record hours spent on each event •Educate club members and club officers at meetings on expectations for club events •Serve as inventory control for event management materials •Prepare and survey facilities for play for Club Sports •Respond to risk management/emergency situations •Maintain files on each intramural sports event, special event or club competition •Prepare all necessary site materials and venues for efficient, safe, and service oriented competitions •Attend all regularly scheduled meetings •Complete and submit End-of-the-Semester reports in a timely manner and submit Incident/Injury report forms with appropriate documentation in timely manner

Volunteer Branch Staff

Organising for Work
Langa, Cape Town, Feb 2019 to ongoing
Assisting members signing up, creating good CVs, making job applications, running workshops, using spreadsheets, word processing, setting up meetings, branch admin and informing members about the values and philosophy of the movement and unemployment.

Statistical Process and Control

H&M Associates SA
Claremont, Cape Town, Jan 2008 to Dec 2008
Statistical Process Control (SPC) is an industry-standard methodology for measuring and controlling quality during the manufacturing process. Quality data in the form of Product or Process measurements are obtained in real-time during manufacturing.With real-time SPC you can

Packaging

Independent Media and Printing Institution
Bellville South, Jan 2005 to Dec 2007
Packaging. Package design and construction play a significant role in determining the shelf life of a food product. The right selection of packaging materials and technologies maintains product quality and freshness during distribution and storage.

Apprentice to Supervisor

Neopak
Cape Town, Jul 2003 to Feb 2017
Packaging & Container (P&C) industry serve a wide variety of markets, but most rely on the food-and-beverage, household products, and pharmaceutical sectors for the majority of business

Course

Ndizani Communications Computer Course
Cape Town, Jan 2003 to Feb 2003
Adobe, MS Office and Outlook CPMS The process involves folding carton made of paperboard that is printed, laminated, cut, then folded and glued before transport to packagers. The cartons are shipped flat to a packager, which has its own machinery to fold the carton into its final shape as a container for a product

Operator

Cape Manufacturing Engineering
Epping - Cape Town, Mar 2001 to Feb 2003
I would be responsible for performing various tasks to set up, operate, monitor, troubleshoot and perform preventive maintenance on assigned machines.

 

Skills

Drawing Good computer literacy Social media Tech Support Translation Word processing

 

References

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