Pipe fitter, x-ray welder, and veteran with excellent communication skills. Offers leadership, integrity, ability to work safely and efficiently under stressful situations, all while maintaining safety and well being of everyone involved.
Maintained the safety and well being of my unit. Assessed and treated signs and symptoms of any ill or injured soldiers. I was promoted three times in less than a year. I was put in charge of medical supplies, vehicle inspections for the FLAs, and transitioning medics coming to the unit following AIT. I learned to lead by learning to follow.
Learned how to do basic pipe fitting skills. Tested machinery, equipment and parts to identify any defects.Disassembled broken and defective equipment to facilitate repair.Reassembled equipment after completed repairs.Assembled and maintained physical structures using hand and power tools.Operated tools such as hoists and saws.Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts.Assisted journeyman pipe fitters with installation, repairs and maintenance of piping systems.Soldered and brazed damaged equipment.Utilized basic welding skills. Learned print reading and layout.
Soldered and brazed for installation and repair. Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts. Operated tools such as hoists and saws. Reassembled equipment after completed repairs. Disassembled broken and defective equipment to facilitate repair.
Organized parts for fabrication in the shop and out in the field. Prepped parts for installation. Tested tools to guarantee proper working order. Organized equipment to ensure availability and to speed up work.
Measuring, cutting, and threading of pipe for installation of gas lines and vents. Basic ARC welding for pre-fab. Installation of sound dampening insulation. Was trusted to work on my own to get the job completed.
X-ray welds at BP Whiting refinery. Was given prints to find and install prefabricated pieces to complete the systems. Torque to set spec as predetermined by BP. Welded inconel and carbon steel at steel mills. Operated power tools for purposes of installation. Utilized rigging from chainfalls and cranes to lift piping into place for installation. Tested machinery, equipment and parts to identify any defects.Disassembled broken and defective equipment to facilitate repair. Assembled and maintained physical structures using hand and power tools. Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts. Ordered supplies, tools and equipment.
Soldered and brazed damaged equipment. Read manufacturer manuals, diagrams and specifications prior to repairing equipment. Ordered supplies, tools and equipment. Laid out hangers for chemical and HVAC systems. Ran heat tracing. Tube bending. ARC welded carbon steel. TIG welded stainless steel. Supervised a team of four employees. Briefed new team members on procedures and project goals. Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts. Operated tools such as hoists and saws. Read prints for the purpose of making isometric drawings to be followed by other pipefitters and myself for the purpose of installation of piping systems
Isometric reading for the purpose of installation of piping systems. Welds to pass non-destructive testing. Operated tools such as hoists and saws. Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts. Rigging with a crane and chain falls. Giving crane signals.
Soldered and brazed damaged equipment. Ordered supplies, tools and equipment. Installation of HVAC piping systems. ARC welded Stainless Steel. ARC and MIG welded carbon steel. Rerouted piping systems to adapt to structures already in place.
Installation of HVAC systems. Ran a two man job for a week. Worked on hospital mechanical systems. Performed maintenance and cleaning of boilers. Arc welded carbon steel. Ordering of parts and tools. Reporting time logs.
Assisted pipe liners in prep work of pipe. Maintaining of tools and equipment.
Test for combustible gases prior to any hot work. Maintained safety protocol. Assisted in prepping pipe for welding. Maintaining of tools and equipment.
Replaced old piping systems. Tested old systems for defects. Followed isometric drawings for the purpose of installing new components into the piping system.
Maintained safety protocol. Tested for combustible gases prior to hot work taking place. Maintaining of tools and equipment. Prepping of pipe prior to weld. Rigging
Delivery and installation of window A/C units for CPS. Hand tools and power tools used for the purpose of installation. Testing of units and outlets to determine defects. Supervised a team of three to four employees.
Fabrication of hangers. Reading isometric drawings for the purpose of cutting pipe accurately for welders to prefabricate.
Layout of piping for water reclamation. ARC welding of carbon steel. Installation of vents, valves, and controls.
Installation of HVAC piping systems utilizing pro press. Installation of valves and controls. Tracing the hot water and cold water supplies and returns.
Learned to operate under stressful situations. Learned to maintain leadership qualities even when not in a leadership role. Learned qualities that I feel are necessary to leadership; Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selflessness, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage.
Continued on the core values of leadership I learned in basic training. I learned signs and symptoms of ailments both physical and mental which I believe to be an asset in a leadership position because of safety of the worker and co-workers.
Learned; Welding, Rigging, Print reading and drawing, Layout, Threading, Takeoffs, Brazing, Soldering, and Metallurgy just to name a few subjects
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