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Programming Equipment Operator Experience Letter

Programming Equipment Operator Experience Letter Template
This sample programming equipment operator experience letter shows how to build a work exp. certificate for an ex-employee using job duties and sort attributes such as date of message, employer info, and organization stamp.
See also: Experience Certificate Document Format
» Example for Programming Equipment Operator
Name of the person:______________
Address: ______________
Date: ________

To Whom It May Concern:

This is to certify that ...[ employee title ] ... [ employee name ] was working at ...[ organization name ] as "programming equipment operator" from ... [ joining date ] to ...[ last working date ].

During this period, his services were found to be satisfactory in carrying out the job duties. His responsibilities were to:

1) Tend equipment that automatically transfers programmed information onto integrated circuits Ics on dies or Ic packages, like Proms programmable read only memory

2) Read work order that accompanies Ics for processing to define programming specifications

3) Secure master Prom or die in equipment

4) Keys in codes, using computer keyboard presses buttons to activate equipment that reproduces master program in programmer

5) Observe digital displays on equipment to make sure that master program is not defective to define when reproduction of program is completed in programmer

6) Position blank Proms pushes lever to lock Proms in sockets of programmer; or positions blank dies on platform of die probe equipment, views dies through microscope, and turns knobs on equipment to position specified areas of dies under probes prior to programming

7) Press switches to activate programmer that reproduces program on blank Proms or dies

8) Observe defect indicator lights to detect defective Proms or dies to define completion of programming

9) Maintain production records

10) May load defective Proms into equipment that exposes Proms to ultraviolet light for timed intervals to erase programmed information in order to reuse Proms.

We wish him/her all the best in his future

...[ Employer name ]
...[ Employer position ]
...[ Organization sign/stamp ]

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