I've been a communication engineer for some time now, but I'm tired of traveling. I would like to find a local job here where I don't have to travel anymore. I'm a jack of all trades and did lots of side work in my time off. I'm a fast learner and strive to be the best at everything I do.
1996 Presidents award winner from Allen Park High School
I did survey audits for business's wanting Comcast Cable. I would drive to a site and see if Comcast Cable was available. If it wasn't I would make a detailed blueprint showing the best way to build to them.
I made blueprints of Cable TV, telephone, and other fiber lines. This was a contractor position and I traveled all over the country to wherever the job was. I measured poles to see if the new line could fit and made sure the system was able to feed all desired targets. This was a very profitable career, but the traveling part wore on me too much.
This was a contract job with LaFarge Cement. We demolished a concrete roof and poured a new one. I built scaffold, jack hammered, directed heavy equipment operators and lots of general problem solving.
We build foundations and moved prefabricated homes on to them. I was a mason tendon where I would mix mud and move blocks. After the home was set we did everything to button them up including siding, plumbing, septic, roofing, and electrical.
I installed Cable TV and internet to residences and business. I wired houses and fixed computers so they would be compatible to our system.
I hung and finished drywall for a small local business in Hubbard Lake.
This job was more than just planting flowers. We mostly dealt with hardscape which is making retaining walls, raised brick patios and walks, and even waterfalls. Learned to master tools such as hammer and chisel brick saws and tampers.
I was the Eco/Con director of a boyscout camp. I taught young scouts about nature and did conservation projects.
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