My first job was a trainee position on my uncle's electrical crew. i worked with his crew for about 5-6 months until i had to move. This job required maximum focus, patience, and quick learning skills. My second job was a baker position at Dunkin Donuts. The skills i possess, would be that of strength, agility, good listening skills, working well with others, overall positive attitude, and very quick learning skills. At previous jobs such as Dunkin Donuts, i was required to learn very fast, considering we made a wide variety of donuts, and operated many different forms of machinery. By my second week on the job, I was 6 days solo. Knowledge I've obtained consists of how to properly lift equipment, how to fix minimal electrical issues, how to manage time, and how to work at a productive pace.
Good time managment
As an electrical trainee for only two weeks, I learned to make-up and operate plugs and light switches, repair light fixtures and ceiling fans, run wire throughout a building, and repair and make-up breaker panels. As a baker at Dunkin Donuts, i was able to work a total of 6 days a week after only three days of prior training. I was also able to train a secondary baker my third week on the job.
BakerDunkin Donuts － Spring, TexasAt this job, requirements consisted of making up to 30 dozen donuts each week day and up to 140 dozen donuts on weekends, as well as cleaning and washing dishes. My first week consisted of 3 days of training. By my second week, i was working 6 days a week. By my fourth week, i was training new bakers.
07/2016 to 08/2016
Electrical TraineeAnytime Electric － Houston, TexasFor this job, i worked a combined total of 6 months. The requirements for this job were simply to listen and learn. By my Third week on the job, i'd learned how to properly run wire throughout a commercial building or house, how to make-up plugs and light switches, and how to repair light fixtures and ceiling fans.