Clarksdale, Ms. 38614 ( 205 ) 533 -4137 Present: American Green Technology 1360 Industrial Park Rd. Clarksdale, Ms. 38614 From March 2012 To; Present Position held: Assembly Supervisor General Manager: Mr. Floyd Biglane ( 601 ) 606-5706 Plant Manager: Mr. J. W. Webster ( 662) 313-9145 Job Duties: Supervise and oversee all assembly of products on a daily bases as jobs orders are written and pulled. Insure the products are assembly in a top quality manner and as the work order calls for. Abide by strict company policies and standards set for all products. Maintain a good work ethic and attitude Work directly with the General Manager and Plant Manager to ensure my Job and the 30 men I supervise keep the product moving to date and as to order. Barrington Real Estate Company 1820 Pinson St. Tarrant, Al. 35217 (205) 841-5593
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