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Posted by Bruce Stuck on December 31, 2008 at 12:01:16:
Haverhill, Ma. 01830
I have recently earned my Second Class Firemanís license. I am looking for employment in operating boilers of any size or kind. I graduated high in my class for the firemanĎs license. I have a certificate from the Peterson School honoring me for my high grades. I am a hard worker and am not afraid to work at whatever the job calls for. I have recommendations from Alfred L. Kuehn the director of the Peterson school for Second Class Firemanís license. I passed with high honors with a grade of 98.
I have worked at Haverhill Paperboard located at 100 South Kimball St. Bradford, Ma. 01833-7500 from 1988 for the last 20 years till they closed the doors in August 29th of 2008. I have worked my way to the top spot of Machine Tender. As a Machine Tender I monitored the computer screen, inputted information, made grade changes, and kept track of the changing conditions. I often worked as a night watchman when the mill was down for lack of orders. I was to insure that nothing happen to the mill and that no one was there that was not suppose to be. for Before that I worked as Back tender for about 6 years. I have been responsible for the production and quality of the paper. I have operated the machine and have kept the simple maintenance up for the operation of the machine. As a Third Hand I was responsible for the quality and the correct amount of production. I was also responsible for running the winder and crew and the proper packaging of the product. I also saw to it that the right labels that show the product caliper, weight and footage were in order before leaving my control. In the beginning I worked as a laborer on the winder.
I also worked in a paper mill in Ohio for 9 years from September of 1978 until it shut down in September of 1987 and I moved here to work at the Haverhill Paperboard in March of 1988. There I had worked my way to Machine Tender also.
As a machine Tender I cleaned high pressure showers checked the gauges and stock refiners and was constantly adjusting for the different changing conditions of the stock that makes the paper. I had to find the cause of the problems, find the different defects of the paper and find solutions. There has been many times the Co. has come to me for problems where my knowledge and experience was needed to solve problems they were unfamiliar with. I was also responsible for repairs on the machine on shut downs and organizing the crews and making sure the job was done right.
I have not missed a day of work without permission in the last 17 years. I have always treated my bosses with respect and always will.
I graduated High school in 1977 and have always been employed excepted for where the Ohio mill closed. I am willing to start at the bottom but will work hard to advance as quickly as allowed.
I also have letters of recommendationís from my last job at Haverhill Paperboard. Michael Raymond, the General Operating Superintendent, James Long, #2 Paper Machine Superintendent, and Allan Pettengill, #1 Paper Machine Superintendent.
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