Drafter bringing 18 years' of Autocad Drafting experience. Successful background working with Engineers and contractors. Unwavering attention to detail as well as strengths in communication and problem solving ability.
Talented Draftsman experienced in AutoCAD production. Successful at applying construction principles and codes knowledge to drawings. Experienced at submitting pricing reports and submitting applications for city and county permits.
Performs work associated with the design of outside plant facilities. Utilizes a CAD system to create engineering work orders and update Outside Plant Location Records in connection with additions and changes in outside plant facilities. Enters, retrieves and analyzes data from various computer systems and support databases. Performs other generally related clerical work of a complex nature. Provides engineering clerical support. GENERAL DUTIES: The essential functions listed below are representative of duties performed by this job title. Duties generally include but are not limited to the following: 1) Builds and encodes engineering work orders and tracks and updates data into various databases. 2) Analyzes data and exercises judgment requiring detailed knowledge of company and engineering procedures to resolve discrepancies and provide work which meets current quality standards. 3) Prepares and maintains charts, engineering drawings, plans or records. 4) Coordinates with both internal and external customers involved with the administration and provisioning of the network. 5) Understands and has a working knowledge of outside plant symbols, practices and circuit readings. 6) Makes decisions and works independently with little supervision. 7) Originates various reports and correspondence which are technical in nature and require discretion and judgment. 8) Works on a job where a high degree of accuracy is required. 9) Works to meet revenue goals, service commitments and other deadlines. 10) Works at a desk on computers for long periods of time. 11) Handles and/or transports boxes of supplies, including computer paper, cards, etc. weighing up to a maximum of 50 pounds. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS WHICH MAY BE REQUIRED FOR A PARTICULAR JOB: 1) Creates engineering work orders in CAD and distributes to OSP forces. 2) Initiates supporting documentation, including state and local permits and job pricing. 3) Records completed engineering work orders by updating permanent Outside Plant Location Records, Planning Cable Schematics and LROPP current plans in CAD, while utilizing reports from various databases and other mapping programs. 4) Reconciles plant location records with continuing property records. 5) Accesses FACS, DSL LOOP/QUAL and PLR databases to determine loop make-up, update taper codes and provide analysis of the loop make-up for ADSL qualification requests. 6) May require a valid driver's license and satisfactory driving record check. 7) Performs clerical work associated with processing orders for special circuits using PLR records and LFACS databases.
Establishes and/or assists in establishing local and/or long distance connections by the operation of a computer-driven screen or comparable equipment, and performs other related operations such as preparation of ticket records, consultation of routing and rate lists, records of customers' telephone numbers, etc. May do incidental clerical work of a sorting, copying, posting and tabulating nature in a central office. The essential functions listed below are representative of duties performed by this job title. Duties generally include but are not limited to the following: GENERAL ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS WHICH ARE NORMALLY REQUIRED: 1) Wears a head set. 2) Works on a job where a high degree of accuracy is required. 3) Shares an office with others performing similar tasks. 4) Works in a sitting or standing position for long periods of time. 5) Works at a keyboard and/or keypad. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS WHICH MAY BE REQUIRED FOR A PARTICULAR JOB: TOLL 1) Assists telephone users in placing person-to-person, collect and credit card calls and calls to be billed to a third party. 2) Handles emergency calls, special assistance calls for people who are unable to dial and local calls that require operator assistance. 3) Prepares necessary billing data, noting details of service provided. 4) Operates computer terminal to assist customers with call completion and other assistance requests.. DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE 1) Furnishes information to callers requesting business, residence or government telephone numbers, addresses and zip codes. 2) Operates computerterminal to locate correct telephone number requested by caller. 3) Handles intercept calls which are customer calls to disconnected or changed numbers. 4) Enters or manually prepares appropriate billing information. 5) Completes call to requested telephone number when appropriate. HOTEL BILLING INFORMATION, COIN REFUND AND CREDIT CLAIMS 1) Provides hotels, motels and other customers the amount of charges being billed on a call. 2) Investigates and resolves instances where billing details are incorrect. 3) Handles customer claims concerning faulty operation of coin telephones.
DUAL PARTY RELAY SERVICES 1) Establishes local and long distance connections and relays messages for speech and hearing- impaired users. 2) Uses various terminal devices (e.g., computer keyboards and teletypewriters) to type messages and other information. 3) Prepares necessary billing data.
A union steward, also known as a union representative or shop steward, is an employee of an organization or company but is also a labor union official who represents and defends the interests of his or her fellow employees. The position is a voluntary position and is generally elected by fellow workers through democratic election. On occasion, this position can be appointed by a higher union body. The role of the union steward is to represent the non-management employees commonly referred to as the “rank-and-file” and to be a link and conduit of information between the rank-and-file and the union leadership.
Duties of a steward vary in accordance to each labor union's constitutional mandate for the position but generally include informing the workers of their rights under the collective bargaining agreement (CWA); monitoring and enforcing the provisions of the CWA; and ensuring employer compliance with federal, state and local laws. Additionally, when an employee is believed to have violated company policy or the CWA, the steward duties are to represent and defend rank-and-file employees in investigatory interviews (in accord with employees' Weingarten Rights), that are reasonably expected to result in disciplinary action, and through the grievance procedure.
Collective bargaining agreements generally include a steward clause in which the union steward will be granted the right to engage in union activity at work and conduct union business on work time. Additionally, the clause will grant the elected union officials, stewards and members leaves of absence for union business. Union contracts generally include what is called a “no-docking” arrangement in which the steward is typically permitted to use part of his or her workday or workweek for union-related duties, such as disciplinary meetings, grievance investigations, arbitration and contract negotiations, without any loss in pay or benefits. Union leave and no-docking benefits may be expressly provided for in the CWA or may be an unwritten practice of the employer or may be an informal arrangement with the employer and union.
I have also served on the Election Committee, Building Committee and the Women's Committee. In addition I have served as the Union Rep for the United Way Fund Raising Campaign for my district, which required me to speak to large groups show films and help to raise funds.
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