Reliable • Responsible • Dependable
- BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION- Educated on materials, methods, and tools involved in construction, repair of houses, buildings, and other structures.
- DESIGN- Skilled Mistake #1 click herein design techniques, tools, and principles involved in production of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings, and models.
- ACTIVE LISTENING- Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking the time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
- COMMUNICATION SKILLS- Is fluent in English and Spanish and is an individual who has excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- FLEXIBLE AND ADAPTABLE- An accommodating and versatile individual who can effectively handle multiple tasks simultaneously and has the ability to acquire and apply knowledge rapidly.
- WORK ETHIC- Very detail-oriented and has strong organizational skills. Can work independently with minimal supervision and contribute to team overall efforts.
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN September 2008- December 2008
ABC Inc. Any Town, NY
- Installed, adjusted, modified, verified, calibrated and tested operation of power systems, specialized electrical systems and panels, circuitry, electrical chassis, appliances, portable electrical equipment in accordance with all State and Federal Electrical Codes and Ordinances.
- Able to work from verbal instructions, blueprints, wiring diagrams, schematics, technical publications and instructions bulletins.
- Performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels and distribution systems.
- Performed corrective repairs on commercial and residential buildings. Factory electrical maintenance and repair and installation.
- Electrical problem Mistake #2 click heretroubleshooting.
- Trouble-shoot electrical circuits.
- Proficient in reading an OHM meter and electrical diagram.
- Can direct work of and instruct other electricians, helpers, mechanics and apprentices.
- Rewired and installed panel boards and switches.
- Repaired AC circuits, 3-phase circuits (480 and 240 volt).
- Solid mechanical abilities and aptitude.
- Willing to work any shift, overtime and am very flexible.
- Able to keep a clean and orderly work area.
- Performed specific electrical maintenance and engineering functions assigned by Engineering and Facility Manager.
- Plan layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
- Repair or replace wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools.
- Prepare sketches or follow blueprints to determine the location of wiring and equipment and to ensure conformance to building and safety codes.
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN December 2007- September 2008
XYZ Corp. Any Town, NY
- Install, maintain, repair, and replace wiring, conduits, outlets, switches (wall, three-way, dimmer), lighting fixtures (surface and recessed), halogen lighting, fluorescent lighting, lighting systems, ceiling fans, attic fans, exhaust fans, circuit breakers, fuse boxes.
- Experienced working Mistake #3 click here with variable frequency drive controls, terminals, relays, hot tubs, motor controllers, transformers, pumps (water, oil, sewage), controls for HVAC systems, air handlers, cooling towers, generators, heavy ups.
- Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures using testing devices such as ohmmeter, watt meter, megger, and voltmeter to ensure compatibility and safety of system.
- Analyze and diagnose equipment failures and make necessary adjustments to correct any problems.
- Isolate and repair defects in electrical circuits, switches, motors, and other electrical equipment.
- Perform preventative maintenance on switchgear, distribution panels, and branch circuits using infra red heat detection.
- Work from ladders, scaffolds, platforms, on roofs, and in underground systems to install, maintain, and repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures.
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN July 2007-November 2007
BCD Inc. Any Town, NY
- Responsible for building, wiring, plumbing, de-bug, and installations of special sheet metal forming equipment and systems.
- Equipment may include: De-stackers, Conveyors, Dual-Heads, Single and Double Side Formers, Clinchers, Punch Presses, Fanuc Robots, and Rotary Work Stations.
- Experienced with both reading and troubleshooting relay logic.
- Worked with installing, and troubleshooting single and three phase applications.
- Installed, and serviced AC or DC motors, relays, power supplies, motor starters.
- Ability to troubleshoot or test electrical circuits, components or systems.
- Layout and wire panels and machines for new or used equipment.
- Prepare and update electrical CAD drawings for equipment and customers.
- Design or modify circuitry components.
- Able to analyze or resolve operational problems consisting of part handling, quality, or upgrading equipment.
- Implement operating procedures and provide technical information for customers.
- Able to assemble or disassemble equipment or machines down to component level.
- Precision conduit bending using both hand tools and mechanical bending.
- Installation of lighting fixtures and wiring devices for residential and commercial projects.
- Connection of dry-type transformers in buck and boost, step up and step down configurations for single phase as well as three phase delta and wyes.
- Installation of commercial and residential service panels with voltages of 120-240 V, 120-280V, and 480-277V.
- Connection and maintaining of single phase and three phase motors.
- Familiar with the use of common test and measurement equipment such as digital millimeters, circuit tracers, and meggars.
- Capable of making accurate electrical calculations for voltage drop, feeder and branch circuits wiring, over current protection, grounding, and conduit and raceway fill.
- Maintain a working knowledge of the National Electrical Code.
- Knowledgeable in the use of power tools for construction and wood working.
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Electrical Technology Program September 2005-May 2006