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RssExperienced Electrical Superintendent

I'm looking for a challenging career in construction management, preferrably in the electrical construction field. I'm willing to travel or relocate for the right position.

Electrician

Mishawaka, IN

About Me

Industry:

Construction & Extraction

Occupation:

Electrician
 

Education level:

Certification

Will Relocate:

Yes

Location:

Mishawaka, IN

Work Experiences

5/2008 - 1/2009

Elkhart Brass

Manager

  • Duties included the supervision of up to ten maintenance technicians, scheduling of manpower. I was responsible for material procurement for both maintenance functions and capital projects. I scheduled and tracked preventive maintenance tasks. I scheduled and tracked capital projects both done in house and by outside contractors. I was responsible for the maintenance of a foundry, a machine shop, an assembly area, a shipping/receiving department, as well as the facility in general. I used Microsoft Word and Excel programs daily, as well as Maintimizer maintenance software. I also served as Co-Safety officer.

7/2006 - 5/2008

Reynolds Electric

Individual Contributor

  • Worked on a variety of electrical construction projects as a foreman or general foreman. My duties included the supervision of up to twenty electricians, scheduling the electrical portion of construction projects and coordinating the electrical schedule into the master schedule. I also ordered and managed the tools and material needed to complete these projects. I tracked all job costs and turned in the workmen's hours to payroll. I was also responsible for project documentation. The industries served by these projects were an iron foundry, hospitals, Honda Transmission Plant, and Dannon Yogurt.

5/2006 - 7/2006

Comstock Brothers Electric

Individual Contributor

  • Duties included Quality Assurance by following up the construction crews with PID’s and Loop Sheets and checking terminations as they were completed, trouble shooting and calibrating both analog and digital instruments. I used the Hart 375 Communicator extensively on this job. I was also heavily involved in start up and commissioning this Hydrogen Plant. The hydrogen plant was built for BOC Gas at the Valero Lima Refinery.

7/2005 - 5/2006

Sidney Electric

Individual Contributor

  • Duties included installing, calibrating, and commissioning new instruments using Hart 275 and Hart 375 communicators. These projects took place on new Tail Gas Unit, Sulpher Recovery Unit, and Diesel Hydrotreater Units at Premcor’s Lima Refinery.

11/1999 - 6/2005

GEM Inc.

Individual Contributor

  • Duties included the direct supervision of up to 128 electricians, planning, scheduling, and laying out electrical work on construction projects. Duties also included estimating and bidding projects, meeting weekly with the customer about project progress, ordering and managing tools and material, tracking project costs, initiating and following through with field change orders, payroll, making personnel decisions, and documentation of all project and safety activities.  Supervised 2 General Foreman, 15 Foreman, and up to 128 electricians building a peaking station for American Electric Power and National Power Cooperative in Convoy, Ohio. This job started in the underground stages and worked through completion to a functioning power plant. I was in charge of all electrical personnel on this project and we installed three General Electric F7 turbines and generators. My duties included all personnel decisions, laying out electrical work to 2 General Foremen and 15 Foremen, documentation of all project, personnel, and safety matters, ordering material and tools, interfacing with representatives from both the customer and General Electric, ensuring that payroll for 128 electricians was kept current and correct, tracking over 500 cost codes for the electrical portion of the project, and making and executing the electrical work schedule.

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