Torch Cutter Resume Example

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Edward Baldwin

3388 Adams Avenue

Washington, MD 20004



Job Objective Looking for employment with company searching for an experienced Torch Cutter.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Relevant experience of cutting, processing and sorting scrapmetal, using industrial cutting-torches
  • Thorough knowledge of using oxy/propane and oxy/acetylene cutting torches
  • Exceptional knowledge of interpretation of technical plans, blue prints, drawings and models
  • Familiarity with discarding flawed parts and picking useful pieces from scrap materials
  • Ability to interact with co-workers, management and customers, positively
  • Ability to adhere toestablished environmental, health, safety, security practices and policies

Professional Experience:

Torch Cutter

Earth Waste & Metal, Washington, MD

August 2012 – Present


  • Loaded, moved and unloaded metal scrap material to designed areas.
  • Drove heavy equipments like cranes, forklift and bobcat for transportation of scrap.
  • Dismantled and sorted scrap metal to separate and discard useless parts.
  • Handled and cut scrap metal of all shapes and sizes, safely.
  • Cut the scrap metal into pieces by using gas-based torch cutter.
  • Assisted demolition crew by cutting piping and beams using a torch cutter.

Torch Cutter

PSC Metals, Washington, MD

May 2009 – July 2012


  • Examined all scrap materials for hazardous and non-compliant parts, prior to cutting.
  • Set up, operated and adjusted torch cutters to perform assigned jobs efficiently.
  • Separated and discarded damaged anduseless pieces from scrap metal structures.
  • Cut, resized and sharpened edges of useful metal work pieces.
  • Cleaned and conducted routine maintenance of assigned machines and tools.
  • Complied with company policies and maintained HSE standards and security practices, as applicable.


High School Diploma

Heritage Christian School, Indianapolis, Indiana

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