Trained in operation and installation of tools used by industry including multi-meters, vibration analysis, and laser alignment. Approximately 240 hours of on the job training
Learned about the design, repair and maintenance demands of wind turbines
Educated on the importance of teamwork, safe working conditions, attention to detail, faith in equipment and value of integrity in the workplace

Safety: CPR/First Aid Certified – OSHA-10 Safety Certified
Electrical: Fluke multi-meters, AC/DC circuits, relay control, AC/DC motors, capacitance, troubleshooting
Mechanical: Laser alignment, vibration analysis, soft-foot correction, shaft alignment
Hydraulics: Schematics, valve operation, performance analysis, troubleshooting
PLC’s: Basic programming, motor control, event sequencing, process control, Microsoft Word, Excel software
Rigging: Load weight calculations, load balancing, safe load turning, lifting methods, hoists
Metallurgy: Torque concepts/applications/auditing, fastener dynamics/sequencing
Climbing: Demonstrated the ability to climb and descend the 75 foot lattice tower that I helped build safely
On the Job Training: Over two hundred forty hours of on the job training

Local 36 Heat and Frost Insulators/ Performance Contracting INC. / Intel May, 2012 – June, 2012
Firestop Helper: Firestop prefabrication, sheet metal work, use of power tools, yo-yo and harness work
Kelly Services/ Tokyo Electron/ Intel August, 2011-September, 2011
Field Service Technician: Maintenance on Tokyo Electron machines at Intel. Preventive maintenance, greasing, cleaning, modifications, fingerprinting, alignments, machine environmental readings, and troubleshooting
Walmart November, 1993-November, 2008
Vancouver, WA. Portland, OR. Windsor, CA. Rohnert Park, CA. Orem, UT.
Department Manager: Customer service, team leadership, task delegation, training, budgets, scheduling, extensive inventory, pricing, freight, government documentation, travel, accident free
Honors: Flown to semi-annual Kansas City meeting for Sporting Goods, sales awards in both Toys ($3,000,000) and Sporting Goods Departments ($2,000,000), four perfect gun audits
Loss Prevention: Over 120 arrests, arrest documentation, employee investigations, district trainer, district camera installation and maintenance team, travel, minimal supervision, no military experience
Honors: Hero, bravery, and or courage awards for helping to save a Police Sergeants life including – The Carnegie Hero Award, a Resolution from California Assembly Member Patty Berg, Citizen of the Year from the California Narcotics Officers Association, Mayors Medal of Valor, Walmart Sam M Walton Hero Award, John Walsh Show appearance, a reenactment on Americas Most Wanted
Safety/Risk Control Team: Reporting of safety issues, safety training, replenishment of maintenance inventory

References Available Upon Request
Will Relocate Upon Request
Will Travel Upon Request

Last Resume Update October 15, 2014
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Spanish Speaking? No
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