I believe that my experience as a RV and small engine repair man has greatly added to my deductive reasoning abilities. I also believe my past experiences have made me comfortable in working with other people on a one to one basis or in a team environment. In my last position I have received the OSHA 10, and the H2S training along with a basic understanding of the operations of a "Frac rig". That opportunity also gave me the chance to improve my "team" approach to others working in the oil industry.
You will notice that I do not have a very large employment history and that there are some large gaps in the dates. I have spent many years self-employed as a barber, professional floor covering installer, and as the owner of a RV and power sports repair shop. Self employment requires self motivation, determination, and a willingness to learn.
During one of my first jobs at American Colloid in the '80's I went from an entry level laborer to shift foreman. As stated before, I have received the OSHA 10 and H2S training. I am a fast learner and am willing try many new things. My motto is "If there is something you don't know, ask someone who does."
I also started and headed, for quite a few years, a non-profit organization. ( The Bowman/Haley Anglers Assoc.) This required working very closely with the ND Game and Fish Dept., the US Army Corps of Engineers, and the Bowman County Water Board.
I spent about 4 years at American Colloid in the early '80's. We took raw coal slack and dried and refined it to certain specs, then loaded it out on either trucks or rail cars. I started as an entry level packer and worked into a shift foreman position before the oil crashed and I was laid off.
At Cashway in the mid '80's I obtained a good understanding of carpentry, from footings all the way to finishing. This job also resulted in a lay-off in 1988. At the start of 1989 I went to Fargo to the Moler Barber College and upon my return I was a barber for 13 years.
In 2001 I started as a substitute mail carrier and did this part time on call for 8 years. My responsibilities were sorting, bundling, loading and delivering to over 200 customers on our route. I did this at the same time I was working part time as a barber and part time as a carpet layer. I left the post office to start a new business, Cross Roads Sport & RV Repair Center.
The last 3 1/2 months have been at NW Tire. As good a company as they are, and for the responsibilities they have given me, I had really hoped that they would take better care of me financially. I started at $18.00/hr and after my first 90 days was up they have me at the same rate.
At Mobile Data we were on call as contract labor to go to frac wells and deliver JACAM chemicals down hole at a specific time during each zone of the well. We were on site for 80 to 100 hours living out of our vehicles for that amount of time. If you communicated well enough with the frac crews your purpose for being there and the importance of proper delivery of your chemicals you could count on them to come to your vehicle and notify you (wake you up) when it was time to deliver chemicals down hole. At the same time that I was pumping frac chemicals I was also running and working at Cross Roads. When the calls out became really sketchy I left Mobile Data and went to NW Tire.
1991 I became a master barber and opened my shop in Bowman. I cut hair for 13 years.
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