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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Summary

I've worked in the trade for over a decade and graduated from local 88 sheet metal union here in Las vegas after the 4 1 /2 year apprenticeship and became a certified journeyman in the trade.

Im a knowledgeable hvac/sheet metal worker skilled at completing basic electrical inspections and common repairs. Experienced in all aspects of the industry and always strive to gain more knowledge both in the field or in books.. Strong mechanical mind and was born and raised in the Vegas heat so I have the stamina to work hard long hours whenever is need which is a great ability here in the desert.

Efficient Apprentice Electrician offering in-depth knowledge of local and state regulations and codes. Expansive industry knowledge honed over multiple years and 6 months of hands on electrical diagnosis, repair, and installation of electric componants. Known for dynamic skill set, including sheer and brake expertise. Fabricating on the fly in the field with hand tools and power tools, and can operate just about every fork,boom,zig zag lift, etc. That's around.

Dependable [Job Title] talented at determining project requirements, including scope and assembly sequences. Expertise in sheet metal drafting, ventilation repair and blueprint reading. Offering 10+ years of experience in installing and fabricating ductwork and cold boxes using hand and power tools. Certified in sheet metal work, HVAC, and light industrial welding.

Diligent sheet metal/steel worker talented at cutting, punching and threading sheet metal for automotive, construction and production needs. Tech-savvy and service-minded individual efficiently modifies, maintains and repairs air handlers, split systems, single unit systems, and more when needed. equipment. In-depth knowledge of equipment structures and job-related materials.

Detail-oriented drafting and precise layout, and Design experience are also good skills I have. I have worked with all sorts of blueprints and high-quality metals to produce beautiful ac works.e [Type] pieces. Carefully construct works with systematic approaches and advanced manual dexterity. Work closely with customers to understand needs and meet strict technical and aesthetic specifications.

Metal Worker experienced in operating hand and power tools and shearing machinery. Adaptable multi-tasker solves complex problems with ease.

Talented [Type] production worker with proven expertise in handling, shaping and enhancing [Type] metals. Excellent technical and design knowledge with proven time and project management abilities. Skilled at reading and understanding technical documentation to accurately fabricate each piece.

Journeyman and Sheet Metal professional versed in supervising apprentices and fabrication and installation procedures. Proficient in custom design and architectural, commercial and industrial metalworks.

Sheet metal professional with [Number] years of fabricating machine operation and project requirements analysis.

[Job Title] skilled in operating rivet and roll forming machinery. Collaborates effectively with team members to complete projects on time.

[Job Title] knowledgeable about machines, tools and equipment used in all and on jobs lites z with demonstrated command of [Area of expertise]. [Type] expert with developed aptitude for Match engineering and [Skill]. Multilingual and fluent in English

and [Language], offering solid comprehension of cultural diversity.

Im a HVAC/SHEET metal WORKING,Motivated sheet metal/hvac student seeking internship in [Area of expertise] to gain hands-on experience. Outgoing and friendly55

Skills

Graduated from JATC local 88 Sheet metal union here in Las Vegas, Nv 4 1/2 year of Apprenticeship until it became a journeyman.

I learned hands on In the shop school and on the job learning all the basics Of the HVAC industry up to advanced fabrication installation airhandlers mechanical rooms VAV fire dampers ETC. Also got to do architectural sheet metal which is a plus as well as 2 yr welding course

I'm a fast learner ,great team player, people person, reliable and dependable, mechanically knowledgeable and I'm always wanting to learn more.

If given the chance will give a 110% all day everyday for my employer.

  • Electrical maintenance and repair
  • Schematics and blueprints
  • Local and state regulations
  • Electrical diagnostics
  • Calibration tools
  • Standard power tool knowledge
  • System installations
  • Out of hours calls
  • Safety protocols
  • Power and hand tool operation
  • Electrical Installations
  • Customer Service
  • Safety awareness
  • Finish work
  • Wiring diagrams and plans
  • OSHA requirements
Education and Training
JATC Local 88 Sheet Metal Union Las Vegas, NV Expected in : Hvac / Sheet Metal - GPA :
CCSN oF Southern Nevada Las Vegas, NV Expected in : Business Administration And Management - GPA :
Bonanza High School Las Vegas, NV Expected in 06/2002 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Experience
Tdindustries, Ltd. - Electrician Apprentice / HVAC Designer & Installer
San Antonio, TX, 04/2019 - 10/2019
  • Put in new new electrical components, fixtures and motors.
  • Operated hand and power tools and diagnostic equipment to complete various aspects of jobs.
  • Worked in team-based environment to accomplish projects.
  • Gathered required tools and equipment for each task to increase efficiency.
  • Followed all relevant electrical and building codes for each job.
  • Kept work areas clean, neat and free of hazards.
  • Maintained organization, cleanliness and safety in work areas.
  • Listened to directives of senior electrical professionals to complete efficient tasks.
  • Measured and prepared supplies for electrical tasks.
  • Reviewed blueprints and electrical schematics to perform tasks to specifications.
  • Adhered to company standards and OSHA regulations for work site safety.
  • Dug trenches and created holes to pull conduit and install supports.
  • Performed installation, maintenance and tests of electrical energy systems and components by safely using all equipment and tools.
  • Completed semi-skilled and skilled work under supervision of fully qualified supervisors.
  • Assisted with electrical installation tasks, including new wiring and breaker box installation.
  • Inspected existing wiring to identify problems such as short circuits.
  • Collaborated with more knowledgeable professionals to grow understanding of principles and construction standards.
  • Examined and tested electrical systems to locate loose connections or other faults and make proactive repairs.
  • Verified measurements and made accurate cuts to avoid wasting materials on job sites.
  • Kept work areas clean, neat and organized for efficient operations.
  • Resolved issues with existing systems and replaced malfunctioning parts.
  • Utilized measuring and testing instruments such as ammeters, ohmmeters, voltmeters and testing lamps accurately, efficiently and safely to complete installations and repairs.
Metals Usa - Journeyman Sheet Metal Worker
Germantown, WI, 08/2005 - 03/2011
  • Cut, shaped, and bent metal plates, sheets, tubes and structures.
  • Met company standard times and individual productivity goals consistently.
  • Lifted and moved items weighing over [number] pounds.
  • Interpreted blueprints, drawings, and written and verbal instructions to set up jobs.
  • Unloaded and stored raw material deliveries.
  • Cut, punched and threaded sheet metal using power saws, drill presses, hand and power shears, pan and box brakes and cleat benders and rollers.
  • Analyzed all required blueprints, drawings, work orders and sketches to correctly fabricate and install products and parts.
  • Examined materials during processing to verify cut accuracy and worker skill.
  • Operated drill presses, milling machines, rivet and hardware presses safely and correctly.
  • Shaped and straightened twisted metal items to correct damage and restore ideal appearances.
  • Fastened seams and joints together to assemble components into sheet metal products.
  • Installed, altered and repaired sheet metal products and equipment, including ducts and hoods for HVAC systems.
  • Measured work piece dimensions to determine machine operation accuracy.
  • Observed safety practices and procedures to maintain safe and clean work environment.
  • Trimmed, filed, ground, buffed and smoothed surfaces, seams and joints of assembled parts.
  • Repaired, modified and maintained equipment.
  • Troubleshot, repaired and serviced hand tools, power tools and other machining equipment.
  • Drilled holes and compared templates to promote quality production.
  • Maintained and repaired equipment and facilities.
  • Measured and inspected parts with calipers, scales, and micrometers.
  • Oiled machines, dies and work pieces and conducted other routine maintenance.
  • Heated and shaped metal alloys to create high-quality works.
  • Maintained strict quality requirements using scales, calipers and micrometers.
  • Soldered and bolted connections, applied insulation and inspected assemblies and installation.
  • Positioned work piece against stops and properly aligned layout marks with die or blade.
  • Skillfully marked, engraved and embossed designs into unique and mass-production items.
  • Computed labor and materials expenses to correctly estimate work costs for customers.
LOCAL 88 Sheet Metal Union - Sheet Metal Apprentice
City, STATE, 08/2005 - 06/2009
  • Observed safety practices and procedures to maintain safe and clean work environment.
  • Cut, shaped, and bent metal plates, sheets, tubes and structures.
  • Met company standard times and individual productivity goals consistently.
  • Interpreted blueprints, drawings, and written and verbal instructions to set up jobs.
  • Lifted and moved items weighing over [number] pounds.
  • Unloaded and stored raw material deliveries.
  • Cut, punched and threaded sheet metal using power saws, drill presses, hand and power shears, pan and box brakes and cleat benders and rollers.
  • Analyzed all required blueprints, drawings, work orders and sketches to correctly fabricate and install products and parts.
  • Operated drill presses, milling machines, rivet and hardware presses safely and correctly.
  • Examined materials during processing to verify cut accuracy and worker skill.
  • Installed, altered and repaired sheet metal products and equipment, including ducts and hoods for HVAC systems.
  • Fastened seams and joints together to assemble components into sheet metal products.
  • Trimmed, filed, ground, buffed and smoothed surfaces, seams and joints of assembled parts.
  • Shaped and straightened twisted metal items to correct damage and restore ideal appearances.
  • Measured work piece dimensions to determine machine operation accuracy.
  • Repaired, modified and maintained equipment.
  • Troubleshot, repaired and serviced hand tools, power tools and other machining equipment.
  • Accurately selected gauges and types of sheet metal and non-metallic material.
  • Drilled holes and compared templates to promote quality production.
  • Oiled machines, dies and work pieces and conducted other routine maintenance.
Curtis Steel Inc. - Sheet Metal Fabricator
City, STATE, 05/2003 - 08/2005
  • Operated hydraulic press brakes to transform sheet metal into predetermined shapes and components.
  • Referred to manuals, blueprints and drawings to obtain accurate information for sheet metal project completion.
  • Followed Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations to promote safe work environment.
  • Inspected each completed fabrication project to verify adherence to blueprint and procedural specifications.
  • Utilized welding and soldering equipment to join sheet metal components in compliance with blueprints and job specifications.
  • Maintained and regularly inspected fabricating machines, hydraulic press brakes and [Type] equipment.
  • Repaired sheet metal deficiencies in ducts, drainpipes and control boxes to improve components' structural integrity.
  • Observed safety practices and procedures to maintain safe and clean work environment.
  • Cut, shaped, and bent metal plates, sheets, tubes and structures.
  • Met company standard times and individual productivity goals consistently.
  • Lifted and moved items weighing over [number] pounds.
  • Interpreted blueprints, drawings, and written and verbal instructions to set up jobs.
  • Unloaded and stored raw material deliveries.
  • Cut, punched and threaded sheet metal using power saws, drill presses, hand and power shears, pan and box brakes and cleat benders and rollers.
  • Examined materials during processing to verify cut accuracy and worker skill.
  • Analyzed all required blueprints, drawings, work orders and sketches to correctly fabricate and install products and parts.
  • Operated drill presses, milling machines, rivet and hardware presses safely and correctly.
  • Shaped and straightened twisted metal items to correct damage and restore ideal appearances.
  • Trimmed, filed, ground, buffed and smoothed surfaces, seams and joints of assembled parts.
  • Accurately selected gauges and types of sheet metal and non-metallic material.
  • Drilled holes and compared templates to promote quality production.
  • Oiled machines, dies and work pieces and conducted other routine maintenance.
  • Repaired, modified and maintained equipment.
  • Heated and shaped metal alloys to create high-quality works.
  • Maintained and repaired equipment and facilities.
  • Maintained strict quality requirements using scales, calipers and micrometers.
  • Skillfully marked, engraved and embossed designs into unique and mass-production items.
  • Inspected sheet metal structures and overhauled components.
Additional Information
  • Jessica Claire Resume. I first started in the fabrication department at Curtis Steel
  • . Running sheet metal through shears and brakes for 2 ½ years before leaving to join the sheet metal union. I learned how to run 2 types of shears, the first went up to an ⅛” all the way down to maybe 30 Gauge sheet metal. The 2nd shear went from 3/16” up to ⅝”. After that we had to use the plasma cutter for anything thicker. I also learned how to use two different sheet metal brakes obviously, one for the metal under ⅛” and then one which could bend up to ¾” I believe. This was my first true job where I began learning about metal and how it can be fabricated and cut by shears, acetylene torches, or plasma cutting... I then went to work for 8 months as a pre-apprentice, till I passed test and got into the 5 year apprenticeship with local 88 sheet metal union, then graduated and became a certified HVAC Sheet Metal Journeyman in 2011. I also took two years of industrial welding in my last 2yrs of the apprenticeship as an elective. As a pre apprentice I was a material handler at the mirage hotel and casino showroom remodel learning as much as possible as I could before getting accepted into apprenticeship program, and I did. in my 1st year n half, I worked on Trump tower with he riser crew as well as anything else I could do, till completetion with Hanson mechanical, then worked in the mechanical room at cosmopolitan casino for 8 months. as a 2nd year, I worked with Quality mechanical at the World Market Center building until transfered to work at the Green Valley Ranch sports book remodel till almost finished. next, I worked as the yard boss as a 3rd year apprentice at Aliante casino overlooking all material delivered to job site, organized and desspersed material to each foreman in charge of their different areas throughout the job site. also ordered materials and tools that were requested by the foreman or as I saw fit once we started getting low I'd order whatever was needed in time for work to get done efficiently and on time. I had two pre appentices working for me delivering material and unloading trucks as needed, (unless it was exposed duct or something difficult to pull out of the semi, I'd do those myself just to be safe). I worked doing architectural sheet metal with a small company on a small Dr's office installing a new metal roof, then did the same at the Encore hotel installing metal panel roofs to an outside poolside bar, roof of the valet and other areas which are visble if seen. Last I landed w/Gallegher Kaiser as a 4th year apprentice working on the Fountain blue resort installing and assemebling airhandler units, then installing ductwork for the mechanical rooms until the job was finally shut down. Good workers stayed with Gallegher and went to work on the new airport terminals until 2011. I did layouts per mechanical blueprints ahead of Crews, so all the layout was already done ahead of each crew in order to save a lot of time and money getting things done much faster and efficient. I can operate any forklift, boom lift, scissor lift, and have some welding experience. im a quick learner, team player and driven! Due to the economic crisis that hit in 2011 I was out of work for a few years then had to move in with my folks to help my disabled mom who was dealing with many serious issues. I did some side work with my first foreman as it happens after he was able to open up his company 4 brothers construction. Most recently I worked for Ace services learning to become an electrician which I thought would be another great trade to learn. I started in April of 2019 until the end of September 2019. I actually really enjoyed the guys I was working with who were teaching me as we went from one service call to the next.. I picked up some great knowledge of electrical work while I was there which I can now bring to whatever I do next. Unfortunately the company was a small company and only paid the employees as self contractors which got paid per job, but since I was just learning I didn't get enough of my own tickets to make it worth staying. So we parted on good terms!. Im a team player , extremely hard worker, and I’m always looking to learn new things and grow. I’ve always been a fast learner and I’m looking forward 2 trying something new whatever it may be. I’ll always work my hardest And be the best employee I can be for whoever I work for! If your willing to take a chance with me I guarantee you won’t be let down! Thank you

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • JATC Local 88 Sheet Metal Union
  • CCSN oF Southern Nevada
  • Bonanza High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Electrician Apprentice / HVAC Designer & Installer
  • Journeyman Sheet Metal Worker
  • Sheet Metal Apprentice
  • Sheet Metal Fabricator

Degrees

  • Some College (No Degree)
  • High School Diploma

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