Received a cert. for Welding (MIG and Arch) from Red River Vocational in the year of 2004

Received cert. for High voltage and low voltage trouble shooting and repair. Emergency Decent 100ft or more, OSHA LOTO, CPR, High voltage protection class 3 and 5 as well as arch protection. OSHA certified fork truck, inspection and operation. Received cert. for mechanical, electrical, hydraulic schematically and blue print reading.

Educationxxx-xxx-xxxx Attended Texas high school, at Texarkana, TX. To witch I did not graduate but learning that better options and more selection of opportunities were out there if I had the diploma. So went further and got the G.E.D. at Red River Vocational Technologies at Duncan, Ok in the year of 2004.

Professional 01-14-2013 to 03-03-2013 worked for Collabra Inc. for AT&T Wichita Falls TX.
Help Desk : system Analyst [ In a fast paced atmosphere I received calls and had to determine based on graphs, ping, and a technicians word that we were getting accurate tests off of the service line that was either being fixed or being installed to ensure that the service was 100% what the customer was paying for. My position covered 22 states and Multiple types of service and two types of technicians.]

04-07-2008 to 05-29-2012 Worked for Vestas Americas in Carnegie Ok ( Blue Canyon wind Farm)

Wind Turbine Tech. II [ Into a new type of energy generation, I preformed preventative maintenance, electrical trouble shooting on 5v dc to 600v ac, trouble shot mechanical problems in gear boxes as well as hydraulic, and pneumatic systems. If a problem was found My crew and I would repair or replace the defective parts. In the process of trying to maintain an overall availability rate on 85 (24) hour running power generators. As to that prospective I also made sure that all crew members were using all safety guidelines that put into force,( NAFPA,OSHA,ENZE, as well as VESTAS safety protocol). At the end of the day My team and I would record and process all data, parts used, parts not used, record time for all team members using SAP and forward to Portland, Origan. This particular job from day to day called for 24 hour on call status and monitoring. From day to day we were to work until the job was finished or until the machine was running ( 8 hr or 20hr day).

04-06-2008 to 09-16-2007 Self Employed Walters Auto in Walter Ok.

Operated an auto shop were I worked on vehicles. Made repairs and trouble shot all aspects of the vehicles that were causing problems for the customer. Repaired and or replaced tires. Preformed preventative maintenance .

09-15-2007 to 06-22-2007 worked for Wood group H.I.T. in Anadarko, Ok.

Worked as a Millwright assembling and testing two of A.E.P.’s gas powered generators. In this job I was to align the generator turbine with the cooling talk and assemble the sound walls. ( working with had tools and calibrated calipers and dial indicators we had to position the cooler tank no more that .05 and no less side to side and an off set of .05 on top and -.05 on bottom. To account for the implemtation of the drive shaft with a rifled cooling tube.

Languages I speak and write in English, ( I can read Danish to a point of recognition)


Herb Adrain,xxx-xxx-xxxx Retired

Chad Mullins,xxx-xxx-xxxx Pipe Fitter

Rubin Puelliss,xxx-xxx-xxxx Farmer

Ryan Mayhan,xxx-xxx-xxxx Turbine Tech.

Aaron Waltz,xxx-xxx-xxxx Turbine Tech.

Dustin Carter,xxx-xxx-xxxx Turbine Tech.

Jamie Pectle,xxx-xxx-xxxx Turbine Tech.

Mike Leaf, xxx-xxx-xxxx Retired

Extracurricular I enjoy spending time with my family as well as automotive repair or restoration as well as house remodeling and appliance repair. Anything to keep my mind busy

Activities Church, Softball, Hunting

Last Resume Update June 26, 2014
Address Temple, Oklahoma
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