Tower C. Resume –

CONTACT

xxx@xxx.com

xxx-xxx-xxxx

576 E 22nd St Paterson, NJ, 07514

EDUCATION

NORTHAMPTON HIGH SCHOOL
Northampton, PA

High School Diploma (Jun 2003)

ADDITIONAL
SKILLS

Fluent in Spanish and English

Microsoft word, excel and other computer skills

LICENSES AND
CERTIFICATIONS

Osha 10

CPR and FIRST AID

CAREER OBJECTIVE

Hard-working professional with 11+ years of experience and a proven knowledge of fiber optics, troubleshooting, and data communication systems. Aiming to leverage my skills to successfully fill the Tower Climber role at your company.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

TOWER CLIMBER/TOWER TECHNICIAN

Tilson Technology, Bow, NH / Mar 2019 – Oct 2019

Climb communication towers to install, replace, or repair antennas or auxiliary equipment used to transmit and receive radio waves.
Inspect completed work to ensure all hardware is tight, antennas are level, hangers are properly fastened, proper support is in place, or adequate weather proofing has been installed.
Install all necessary transmission equipment components, including antennas or antenna mounts, surge arrestors, transmission lines, connectors, or tower-mounted amplifiers (TMAs).
Replace existing antennas with new antennas as directed.
Run appropriate power, ground, or coaxial cables.
Replaced and troubleshoot Sprint and AT&T radios and fiber optic cables

TOWER CLIMBER/ TOWER LIGHTING TECHNICIAN / FOREMAN

JAG Resources, Eagleville, TN / Jun 2011 – May 2018

Install or repair tower lighting components, including strobes, beacons, or lighting controllers.
Perform maintenance or repair work on existing tower equipment, using hand or power tools.
Read work orders, blueprints, plans, datasheets or site drawings to determine work to be done.
Complete reports related to project status, progress, or other work details, using computer software.
Locate tower sites where work is to be performed, using mapping software.
Transport equipment to work sites, using utility trucks and equipment trailers.
Take site survey photos or photos of work performed, using digital cameras.

PRODUCTION LINE/ MEAT PACKAGING

Tysons Foods, Shelbyville, TN / Feb 2009 – Jun 2011

Position deflector bars, gates, chutes, or spouts to divert flow of materials from one conveyor onto another conveyor.
Weigh or measure materials and products, using scales or other measuring instruments, or read scales on conveyors that continually weigh products, in order to verify specified tonnages and prevent overloads.
Manipulate controls, levers, and valves to start pumps, auxiliary equipment, or conveyors, and to adjust equipment positions, speeds, timing, and material flows.
Record production data such as weights, types, quantities, and storage locations of materials, as well as equipment performance problems and downtime.
Read production and delivery schedules, and confer with supervisors, to determine sorting and transfer procedures, arrangement of packages on pallets, and destinations of loaded pallets.
Stop equipment or machinery and clear jams, using poles, bars, and hand tools, or remove damaged materials from conveyors.
Observe packages moving along conveyors in order to identify packages and to detect defective packaging.

MOLDING MACHINE OPERATOR

Cumberland Molding Corp, Woodbury, TN / Oct 2007 – Nov 2008

Set up, operate, or tend metal or plastic molding, casting, or coremaking machines to mold or cast metal or thermoplastic parts or products.
Position and secure workpieces on machines, and start feeding mechanisms.
Turn valves and dials of machines to regulate pressure, temperature, and speed and feed rates, and to set cycle times.
Remove finished or cured products from dies or molds, using hand tools, air hoses and other equipment; stamp identifying information on products when necessary.
Trim excess material from parts, using knives, and grind scrap plastic into powder for reuse.
Cool products after processing to prevent distortion.
Mix and measure compounds, or weigh premixed compounds; then dump them into machine tubs, cavities, or molds.
Remove parts such as dies from machines after production runs are finished.
Inventory and record quantities of materials and finished products; requisition additional supplies as necessary.
Pour or load metal or sand into melting pots, furnaces, molds, or hoppers, using shovels, ladles, or machines.
Unload finished products from conveyor belts, pack them in containers, and place containers in warehouses.

REFERENCES

GEOVANNY MARCHENA, WAREHOUSE, N/Axxx-xxx-xxxx – Work Friend

DANNY RAY, SUPERVISOR, N/Axxx-xxx-xxxx – Ex Supervisor

JAMES PATERSON, TOWER CLIMBER, JAGxxx-xxx-xxxx – Work Friend

Last Resume Update December 6, 2019
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