(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Seeking for a position of Electrical Engineer and work with a progressive company where I can fully utilize my skills.

  • Project management
  • Complex problem solver
  • Strong decision maker
  • Team player

  • Safety training
  • Electrical testing knowledge
  • Troubleshooting expert
Lincoln Institute , Expected in 1976 Diploma : Industrial Management - GPA :

Human Relations training (32) hours Certificate

International Management Society Certificate

, Expected in Select One : Specialized Training - GPA :

Additional Training

1973 Fitter helper (1500) hours training

1974 Welding (2000) hours

1973 -1984 Pittsburgh Testing Labs (welding certificates)

1977 Penton / IPC Hydraulics training

1977-1979 I.C.S. (electrical engineering)

1985 Allen Bradley PLC-2 / 30 (40) hours training

1987 Gould Programmable Controllers (52) hours training

1987 Omron PLC's (24) hours training

1989 OSHA & your company (16) hours training

1990 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Valving (20) hours training

1991 Assertive Management for Managers (32) hours training

1992 Corrective Power Factoring (16) hours training

1993 Computers and Management (32) hours training

1995 Toshiba PLC (30) hours training

1996 Modicon Concept Workshop (76) hours training

1996 Special training by Eli Goldratt (3 day seminar)

NTT hydraulic training (24) hours

Intrinsically Safe Apparatus and Design (20) hours training

NEC National Electric Code training

Dale Carnegie Courses

Delta RMC (40) hours training

Marriott Vacations Worldwide - Controls Engineer Director
Lakeland, CO, 08/1994 - 10/2015
  • Managed system preparation, scheming, maintenance, and provide technical consolation for off-site plants.
  • The design and initial coding for the first fully automated resin injection machine.
  • Setup and implementation of one of the first off-site troubleshooting processes via ISDN.
  • Diagnoses problems or failures and repairs for a variety of equipment at any of our plants.
  • Worked closely with the President, vice president and collaborated with engineering departments on testing of prototypes and modified instruments throughout our organization.
  • Helped manage the deduction of utility bills.
  • Designed the layout of utilities and process piping in the erection of our new plant.
Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Ocean City - Director of Engineering
North Branch, MN, 1990 - 03/1994
  • Supervise the maintenance department.
  • Design and fabricate in-house equipment to increase production.
  • Maintain and repair all equipment including the installation of new machinery.
  • Installed new plant procedures that reduced cost by 35%.
  • Installed computer programs for maintenance and machine history.
  • Developed a purchase order record system that prevented duplicate orders and payments.
  • Additional Responsibilities.
  • Consult with the President of the company on engineering, plans, and specifications.
  • Estimated costs of repairs to determine feasibility.
  • Worked with electrical, hydraulic, engineers, and subcontractors on problems and production applications.
American Standard Companies Inc. - Field Supervisor
Orlando, FL, 1987 - 1990
  • Service industry in the fields of electronics, electrical, hydraulics, and mechanical repairs.
  • Performed monthly, semi-annual and annual Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS).
  • Interpreted electrical and mechanical schematics, blueprints and diagrams.
  • Engineering and automation of older equipment.
  • Schedule and set-up job sites.
  • Coordinate activities of skilled and unskilled labor.
  • Handling of emergencies, maintenance, and record keeping.
Abm - Project Engineer
Bondurant, IA, 01/1985 - 1987
  • Supervised the maintenance department and advised management on engineering or maintenance issues.
  • Developed new maintenance system that cut man-hour requirements and reduced cost by 25% overall.
  • Areas of responsibilities included R&D, QC, and OSHA regulations.
  • Recruit, hire, train, and evaluate all engineering and maintenance personnel.
Engineering Enterprises Inc - Vice President of Operations
City, STATE, 03/1977 - 1985
  • Directed the efforts of over 30 employees.
  • Areas of responsibility encompass managing daily operations and workloads, manufacturing, distribution, plant engineering, labor relations, purchasing, and other related functions.

The design and troubleshooting of electrical parts, prototypes, pneumatics, hydraulic, system control panels, programming PLC’s, robotics, VFD’s and electrical / mechanical sub systems. Knowledge in areas of intrinsically safe installations and codes, NEC codes, and general maintenance. On site removal and installation of equipment. Setting up preventive maintenance schedules, inventory records, and services. Interpretation and conversion of electrical drawing to English. Estimating downtime and repair cost. Worked with electrical inspectors and engineers from foreign countries to define the developmental problems, design, and installation of machinery. Experienced in both union and non-union environments

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