Furnace Operator Resume

Samantha Gray

North Highlands CA 95660

(916) 987-6543

[email protected]

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Job Objective

Seeking a Furnace Operator position in an organization where I can apply my experience and efficiently contribute to the company’s growth.

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Remarkable experience operating furnace equipment in industrial production facility
  • Extensive knowledge of the chemical composition, chemical processes and transformations
  • Great ability to adjust the controls of a machine and vehicle
  • Good Understanding, controlling and monitoring all heat treat furnaces
  • Ability to Conduct hardness inspection of material
  • Ability to stand for extended periods of time
  • Immense ability to follow written and verbal instruction
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Work Experience:

Furnace Operator, May 2004 – Present

C2 Portfolio Essentials, Inc., Adger, AL

  • Performed various cleaning, monitoring and securing operations to assist in the set-up of a vacuum atomization furnace.
  • Assisted in running the furnace control board, making minor repairs on the furnace, and atomization chamber.
  • Assisted in the removal and replacement furnace lid and coils.
  • Operated electric lift to confiscate and restore furnace cover from its chamber.
  • Cleaned inside of crucibles, patch cracks and performed other repair tasks of crucible prior to next run.

Furnace Operator, March 2002– April 2004

Bright Services, Adger, AL

  • Drained and removed thawed metal from furnaces and operated hoists and pumps.
  • Operated controls and shifted and released metal work parts from furnaces.
  • Regulated supplies of fuel and air, controlled flow of electric current and water coolant to heat furnaces and adjusted temperatures.
  • Inspected and identified any flaw in furnaces and equipment.
  • Observed temperature gauges, metal color and fluidity and adjusted controls to maintain required temperatures.
  • Cleaned the surface of molten metal.


High School Diploma, John F. Kennedy University, California, CA