Welder fabricator with 8 years of experience in repair and maintenance of manufacturing equipment. I am able to read and understand blueprints and schematics. I held my structural steel welding certificate before joining the army. I am also well versed in mobile repair and working in adverse conditions and am able to work very well with others with a positive attitude. As well as operating several types of heavy equipment such as backhoe and skid steer.
What I am most proud of is being a decorated combat veteran and serving my country with honor.
I am a certified structural steel welder
I can read blueprints and have built everything from trailers to skid steer attachments
I pride myself in being able to troubleshoot and repair and operate all types of equipment
I enjoy learning about new things a challenging myself daily to be better than the day before
As a cannon crewmember I supervised and served as a member of a field artillery cannon unit; placed and fired cannons; maintained transport vehicles and weapons; used and generated computer data; operated voice and digital communications equipment, served as a gunner, ammunition team chief, maintenance technician and communications equipment operator; determined azimuth; read maps; navigate; serviced hydraulic, pneumatic and electromechanical systems
Tested machinery, equipment and parts to identify any defects.Built and welded structural conveyors to specifications listed on blueprints. Worked closely with engineers to build prototype conveyors
Welded and assembled skid steer attachments and custom orders as per blue prints and customer needs, which included hydraulic and electrical systems.
I completed 76 semester hours of Law Enforcement training
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