I entered the sound & communications trade in late 2012 on a whim. Four years later I remain, eager as ever to learn and excel. My experience ranges from simple copper/fiber runs, basic cable dressing techniques and device installs to more complex tasks such as comprehending work orders and change orders, cut sheets and matrix charts. My meticulous work ethic has earned me the opportunity to learn ribbon fiber fusion splicing as well as copper and fiber termination.
My meticulous attention to detail has provided me opportunities to learn tasks such as fusion slicing, termination and complex intra cabling; duties which are NOT assigned to all technicians. I have also been requested to teach such duties to others because of the quality of my work both in technical accuracy and in visual appearance. My standard is quality before quantity.
In my short tenure at Cochran I had the opportunity to assist in a complete pod (hot aisle containment) build out. I learned to anchor the foundation supports beneath the raised floor. I helped assemble the entire structure one piece at a time following written instructions and diagrams. Once complete, I installed the cabinets and anchored them to the concrete beneath the floor. I learned to mount the LIU boxes and install the cable tray. I learned to mount the cabinets and devices, ran the copper and fiber and then tested all of the ports. Also while at Cochran, I participated in an audit of over 6,000 cables. This involved physically verifying each cable -- matching labels at both ends.
While at McKinstry, I have learned the basics of pulling copper and fiber runs and dressing them appropriately. I've been taught how to comprehend and dissect a cut sheet/matrix. I have spent extensive hours operating Fluke Versiv testing and diagnostic equipment. I have accrued several hundred hours experience behind a Fujikura fusion splicer and a couple hundred more hours on a Corning fusion splicer. I have done the intricate cabling of more than a dozen duel cabinet "brick" switches. I have completed many full breakouts of 864, 288 and 144 strand cables. Most recently I have learned to install and power-up a variety of devices, as well as run the copper and fiber from the device to appropriate LIU and/or switch. I have also trained to enter IP address information directly into HP servers as well as swapping or removing IP/SAN cards. I am proficient in recertifying decommissioned cabling and maintaining an accurate inventory of all cabling used or recertified.
I have attended and will continue attending courses designed to educate and update electrical trainees of proper procedures and protocols within the electrical and limited power field.
Companies Worked For:
Job Titles Held:
Where can I find a Cochran Electric Installer resume example in Wenatchee, Washington ?
This is an actual resume example of a Installer who works in the Installation, Maintenance and Repair Industry. LiveCareer has 17826 Installation, Maintenance and Repair resumes in its database. LiveCareer’s Resume Directory contains real resumes created by subscribers using LiveCareer’s Resume Builder.
© 2019, Bold Limited. All rights reserved.