To obtain a position that I can apply my qualifications and experience to help support the running of your successful business. I am interested in growing with your company and continue to expand my education. As current employee of Puget Sound Energy. Possessing many of the following skills that will be an asset to your company:
Proficient in the use of 10 Key, great ability to multi-task, excellent with customers and have great communication skills.
Efficient in establishing routes to take readings of meter dials. Capable in navigating with maps, map books or GPS navigation. Minimum errors in meter reading. Currently serving as the Safety Chairmen of our Safety Committee as well as a elected member of the Safety Quality Improvement Team. Always value the safety of my co-workers and self. Knowledgable of Washington Administrative Codes and information pertaining to safety in work environments. Enjoy leading my group in safe and fun work environment.
Always willing to learn any new projects or opportunities presented to me!
AC/DC control circuitry
Control circuit troubleshooting
Relays and pressure switches
Electrical provisions installation
Electrical panel upgrades
Electrical equipment maintenance
Dedicated team player
Excellent interpersonal skills
Works well in a team environment
Strong customer focus
First Aid and CPR Certified
Member of [Local 77 IBEW] Union
Demonstrated computer skills
Customer Field Representative, 11/2008 to 05/2010 Puget Sound Energy – Bellevue, WA
Read electric, gas, water, or steam consumption meters and enter data in route books or hand-held computers.
Walk or drive vehicles along established routes to take readings of meter dials.
Inspect meters for unauthorized connections, defects, and damage such as broken seals.
Answer customers\' questions about services and charges, or direct them to customer service centers.
Verify readings in cases where consumption appears to be abnormal, and record possible reasons for fluctuations.
Report to service departments any problems such as meter irregularities, damaged equipment, or impediments to meter access, including dogs.
Upload into office computers all information collected on hand-held computers during meter rounds, or return route books or hand-hand computers to business offices so that data can be compiled.
Update client address and meter location information.
Leave messages to arrange different times to read meters in cases in which meters are not accessible.
Connect and disconnect utility services at specific locations.
Report lost or broken keys.
Collect past-due bills.
Meter Reader, 07/2007 to 10/2008 Corix Utilities – Kirkland, WA
Reading gas and electric meters manually and automated.
Reading meters accurately and entering them with minimal errors.
Locating meters that may be difficult to find or obtain access, to avoid getting skipped or a forced meter read from the previous month.
Capable in training readers to navigate and to read meters.
Always ready to help any in need.
Licensed Massage Therapist, 03/2007 to 07/2007 Massage Envy – Woodinville, WA
Greeting customers, obtaining clients, giving to clients massage needs, utilizing skills and knowledge to assist client*s questions and demands.
Setting treatment plans and goals.
Office Assistant, 09/2006 to 02/2007 Rockman LLC – Lake Stevens, WA
Customer service, Data Entry, Office 2003 Experience, 2003 Quickbooks Pro experience, 10-Key, Accounts Receivables, Payroll.
Administrative Assistant, 07/2003 to 08/2006 Brien Motors – Everett, WA
Great customer service skills, Data Entry, Phone Experience, Office 2000 Experience, 2004-2005 QuickBooks experience, 10-Key, Billing, Accounts Receivables, Account Payable, Payroll.
Auto Mechanic, 07/2001 to 07/2003 Brien Motors Inc – Everett, WA
Assistant Manager, 09/1997 to 11/2000 Q-Lube – Kirkland, WA
Customer service, Billing, Payroll, Training, Inventory control, interviewing, working on customers vehicles.
Wire Apprentice, 05/2010 to Current Puget Sound Energy – Bellevue, WA I have a working knowledge of substation construction, operation, maintenance and repair practices and procedures. They also have a working knowledge of equipment, apparatus, and wiring. They install, maintain, test, adjust, troubleshoot and repair substation equipment which includes, but is not limited to transformers, regulators, load tap changers, circuit breakers, circuit switchers, motor-operated and manual switches, bus work, wiring, battery banks and chargers, metal clad switchgear, GIS substations and substation structures. They operate substation equipment, perform switching, take clearances and install personal protective grounds. They perform testing on substation apparatus such as power factor, transformer turns ratio, megger, ductor, battery load testing, oil sampling, dielectric testing, SF6 gas sampling and processing and other analytical tests as assigned.
09/ 2002 Ashmead College of Massage - Everett, WA I learned a foundation of basic and advanced approaches, including Swedish, sports, neuromuscular, myofascial, chair massage, trigger point work and hydrotherapy. In the clinical integration courses, the therapeutic benefits of massage are explored as students learn to apply their skills to both relax clients and address common clinical conditions. The faculty-supervised student Massage Therapy Center provides the opportunity to put theory into practice as the students work on the public.I am able to demonstrate the skills, knowledge and attitude for a successful career in massage therapy. I obtained theoretical knowledge and practical skill to design and implement competent therapeutic and wellness massage treatment plans for a wide variety of clients.Exhibit personal and professional ethics and conduct essential to the practice of massage and bodywork. Practice as professional massage therapists in their own business or as employees. Assume the role of a health care professional in serving the community and promoting the massage profession.Work professionally as part of an interdisciplinary team of health and well care providers.At the completion of the program, the graduate will be prepared to work as an entry-level massage therapist in a variety of environments such as clinics, spas, hospitals, or in their own private practice.
high school curriculum: 9/1993 L\'anse Cruese North - Macomb, MI COURSE DESCRIPTION: This basic automotive technology course is offered as the first of a 2-year automotive program. The course gives students the basic knowledge of auto service facility operations. Curriculum is focused on safety, tool usage, and operation of an auto mechanics auto service facility. Areas of study include brakes, steering, suspension, and engine mechanical and basic automotive maintenance. Students are offered ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) approved curriculum with hands-on experience.NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) CERTIFIED PROGRAMAYES (Automotive Youth Education System) CERTIFIED ProgramEXTERNSHIP (co-op) ELIGIBLE PROGRAMCOURSE OBJECTIVE: This basic automotive technology course is offered as the first of a 2-year automotive program.STUDENT OUTCOME: To have developed the proper work habits, attitude, skills and ethics necessary to become employed orhave a sound foundation to continue in Automotive Technology II. To pass certification tests in steering, suspension, and brakes.CAREER TECHNICAL STUDENT ORGANIZATION: SkillsUSACERTIFICATIONS: NATEF / ASE National Certifications in brakes, steering, suspension. Local 2-year CTE Skill Certificate upon successful completion of the 2-year program at the Pankow Center.ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS: (upon completion of 2-year program) Ferris State University, Macomb Community College, Northwestern Ohio University, Ohio Technical Institute, Baker College, Lincoln Technical Center.RELATED CAREERS: Auto Service Technician, Insurance Appraiser, Master Mechanic, Service Advisor, Service Porter, Auto Service Manager, Auto Sales, Auto Restoration, Auto Customization, Engineering, Auto Design, and Auto Manufacturing.
High School Diploma: 6/1997 L\'anse Cruese Vocational School - Macomb, MI