Well I did graduate high school May 18, 2010. I had a scholarship to play football for the university of south alabama. Things didn't go as planned, so I had to move to my moms in Arkansas. That's where my work experiences really start I was green to the real world, but I'm the type of guy that only settles for being the best at whatever I do. So I push myself as a quick learner, hard worker an do whatever I'm told. Most important finish what I start. I also am a team player with other employees. Every company I have worked for I have busted my butt for them an they will tell you that but unfortunately there work gets slow or business just isn't going as planned an the most recent employees working get the first cuts. That happens to me a lot. I JUST WANT TO GET A opportunity to start my life with a great career. I am 23 years old, single no kids. I'm just ready to better my life as a young man and my future. I'm the only high school graduated in my family an I push myself so hard. I want to find a great career to sling shot me in the right direction.
Safety procedures knowledge
Power and hand tools
Decking on tugboats
Some heavy equipment
When you want me there I'll be there on time every time.
Team worker an player
Always willing to learn new ways an new techniques
Basic math and measuring aptitude
Effective at multi-tasking
Capable of heavy lifting "VERY HEAVY"
Dependable and reliable
DeckhandCooper marine & timberland - Mobile Alabama 03/2013 - 10/2013 Deckhand- My basic duties was building tow,or putting barges together with 35foot wire, a ratchet and a sling, which is also called a set of rigging. Depending on how many barges we have on our order tells us how many sets we will be using. We also used a set of tool which are a cheater pipe an tooth picks to tighten down the wires an ratchets so the barges stay snug together while we push them up the rivers. After we build tow it's just the simple stuff like cleans making sure the boat on the inside is kept up with an clean. An always checking the engine room every watch. And every morning going out to check the wires an tow annealing sure everything is snug!!! Those were my basic duties.
Rod busterStandard concert product - Theodore Alabama 08/2012 - 01/2013 Rod Buster- my basic job duties were to pull cable 100 feet-600 feet long. Then we used a hydraulic machine to stretch it to about 300000 pound of force. Then my main job after that was to tie rebar down the whole cable depending the distance of it. After we tied it all we laid cement, smoothed it all. Let it sit over night the cut it in sections we were told to with torches. That's was mainly it we did a number of them a day. The final product was concert beans that ran up bridges.
Machine operator Nibco - Blytheville Arkansas 05/2012 - 12/2012 Machine operator- The machine I ran was called a "Seater". The duties I did on my machine were shaving and cutting down certain degrees of brass rings out of products call "Wedges" and "bodies" that are used in big time Water Systems across the country in big time business building across the US
Deckhand/helper/machine assistance Kinder Morgan - Blytheville Arkansas 10/2011 - 04/2012 My deckhand title- wasn't like being on a tugboat deck hand. The kinder Morgan company cleans out barges that are brought to the dock. I helped tie them off to the dock and made sure there wasn't any extra scrap metal around the edges pelf the barges. Helped tie ropes an wenches to the barges to hold them to our dock. Checked all wing tanks and water pumps made sure they were pumping if not I fixed them or replaced them.
High School Diploma: Normal field of studyMary G Montgomery - Semmes, ALMay 18, 2010