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Cassie Hobeck


Rayville, MO


Work Experience


KC Freightliner Body Shop

April 2013 to August 2014

As a receptionist here I did not only answer phones and file paperwork. I was in charge of payroll, accounts payable and receivable, maintain the cash box, order and maintain office supplies and collect on overdue accounts. The company decided to combine jobs and down size slightly, therefore eliminating my position.

Production Line Worker

Sanyo Energy

August 2012 to April 2013

At Sanyo we worked as a team on a line to test different size batteries for the Ford hybrid and electric cars. I excelled quickly and became a line lead as well as a trainer in a very short time. I left this job when I was offered the receptionist job not only making more money but also because it was a permanent job. The whole time I was at Sanyo they would only hire people as temps and not permanent positions. 
November 2010 - August 2012 
Stay at home mother

Union Boilermaker Local


November 2008 to November 2010

Welder, rigger and general laborer 
As a boilermaker my main job was welding but I also did a lot more. We built power plants, refineries, and iron ships. Skills include welding, cutting, metal fabrication, heavy rigging, and general labor that all came together to finish the job.


Logan's Roadhouse

February 2008 to November 2008

Logan's Roadhouse was the job I had while I was in welding school in Tulsa, OK. When I was hired my manager was aware that it was just temporary until I finished school. At this job it was a very fast pace environment and constant sales, customer service and interaction with the general public. I handled cash, answered phones and cleaned besides the regular duties of a waitress.


Bank Midwest

April 2006 to January 2008

As a bank teller I started out traveling from branch to branch to fill in, then eventually settled at one location. I gained so many skills from this job. I had to maintain the cash in my own drawer, count and maintain the vault as well as the ATM. I was in charge of checking the security cameras daily to make sure nothing happened over night. I also was in almost constant interaction with customers and the public, therefore gaining people/customer service skills. I answered phones, filed paperwork, suggested and made sales and up sales, corrected and explained any issues with bank accounts of any kind and also helped organize customer appreciation dinners. I left this job when I was introduced to welding and decided to attend school.


Tulsa Welding School


Avalon High School