Ironworker Apprentice resume example with 4+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Collaborative Entrepreneur proudly offering over 10 years' experience in Welding, Ironworking, Cybersecurity and Networking using various equipment safely and correctly. Committed to efficiency and time management. A team player with a great attendance record and the ability to work in all types of conditions. Safety-driven Ironworker promoting 10 year career working outdoors in extreme temperatures and lifting heavy items. Determined employee willing to communicate properly with all team members. Ready for new position with company that appreciates hard work and attention to detail. Result-focused Entrepreneurship professional with strength in scheduling, hiring and encouragement of proactive leaders with strengths in communication and collaboration. Proficient in leveraging reward systems and additional training objectives for knowledge to promote employees into more influential positions . Adept at managing concurrent objectives to promote efficiency and influence positive outcomes.

  • Scope definition
  • Expense analysis
  • Security improvements
  • Agile work processes
  • Project coordination
  • Infrastructure planning
  • Computer skills
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Data management
  • Training & Development
  • Team management
  • Monitoring computer viruses
  • Encryption
  • Protecting networks
  • Managing security breaches
  • Linux Server
  • Reporting and documentation
  • Risk mitigation
  • Decision-making
  • Flexible
  • MS Office
  • Analytical
  • Problem resolution
  • Work ethic
  • Coordination
  • Maintenance & Repair
  • Conflict resolution
Ironworker Apprentice, 01/2012 to 12/2013
Wood PlcOakland, CA,
  • Adhered to inventory management practices and documented transfers when retrieving components and materials for each task.
  • Reviewed blueprints and diagrams to determine job specifications, plan production activities and organize proper supplies.
  • Reported any non-conforming materials to management and worked with supervisors to correct production issues.
  • Assembled and aligned workpieces into holding fixtures to bond and heat-treat fabricated metal components.
  • Inspected finished and in-process products to verify quality, assign grades and remove defective products.
  • Marked weld points and positions of components on workpieces with rulers, squares and templates.
  • Completed documentation for each job, including production reports and work orders and submitted to management for review to maintain open and transparent operations.
  • Worked successfully with diverse group of coworkers to accomplish goals and address issues related to our products and services.
  • Motivated and encouraged team members to communicate more openly and constructively with each other.
  • Exceeded customer satisfaction by finding creative solutions to problems.
  • Demonstrated leadership by making improvements to work processes and helping to train others.
Ironworker , 01/2011 to 01/2013
Wanzek Construction- HeadquartersCobb, WI,
  • Encouraged all workers to take precautions to prevent mishaps and injuries on job.
  • Safely used metal shears, hacksaws, bar cutters and other tools to cut metal components for installation.
  • Operated cranes appropriately to hoist metal components into required areas.
  • Performed mod assembly, erected and connected structural steel and leveled and torqued connections after steel placement.
  • Identified problems that occurred on the job and took cost-saving measures to provide resolution.
  • Studied blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine the layout of work.
  • Positioned steel units, aligned holes and inserted temporary bolts while checking alignments and joining steel parts using simple torque and tools.
  • Collaborated with construction foreman to establish and confirm task sequences and reinforcing requirements.
  • Worked closely with structural ironworkers, ornamental Ironworkers, riggers and machinery movers, enabling clear and safe cross-functional operations.
  • Identified reinforcing rod quantities, sizes and locations from blueprints and informal instructions.
  • Assessed blueprints and specifications to determine all aspects of the project before work started.
  • Performed layout and set up blocking in mod footprint.
  • Managed and tracked materials and supplies needed for projects and expedited additional materials to avoid project delay.
Welder- Fabricator, 06/2007 to 12/2008
Mcnichols CompanyWhitehall, OH,
  • Combined welding techniques, knowledge of metallurgy and engineering requirements to produce quality work.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings prior to weld applications for precision and waste reduction.
  • Sustained safety protocols and promoted proper, cost-effective and accurate handling of equipment and materials.
  • Improved project completion time by multi-tasking on heavy equipment such as forklifts.
  • Heated, formed and dressed metal parts with hand tools, torch and arc welding equipment.
  • Created safety guards, angle iron and square tubing.
  • Assembled boiler parts and pressure vessels for structural use.
  • Adjusted functional parts of equipment and control instruments.
  • Removed loose materials and thick scale, slag or rust to prepare material surfaces for welding.
  • Prepared broken parts for welding by properly grooving and scarfing surfaces.
  • Repaired and maintained heavy-duty and construction machinery.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Conducted precision cutting with power saws, hand shears and chipping knives.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Laid out, fitted and fabricated metal components.
  • Inspected chains, hammers and other tools for damage or wear to prevent injuries and accidents.
  • Obtained desired configurations by clamping and tack-welding components.
  • Inspected and repaired components to implement corrective action.
  • Prevented distortion of parts by monitoring fitting, burning and welding processes.
  • Monitored fitting, burning and welding processes to avoid overheating parts, warping, shrinking, distortion and expansion of materials.
Education and Training
Mig, Tig, Stick Certifications: Metallurgy , Expected in 01/2007
Eastland Career Center - Columbus, Oh,
Tig Certification: Metallurgy, Expected in 01/2008
Lincoln-Electric - Cleveland, OH,
2 Year Apprentice: Rigging, OSHA Safety Training, Tower Climbing, Expected in 03/2013
Ironworker Apprenticeship - Columbus, Ohio,
10 Hour OSHA Training Certificate: Safety Trainging, Expected in 06/2010
Ohio Steel - Columbus, Ohio,
Front- Loader Cert. : Forklift Cert. Cherry Picker Cert., Expected in 09/2008
Cherry Picking Warehouse - Cherry Picking WAREHOUSE,
High School Diploma: , Expected in 09/2006
Eastland Career Center - Columbus, Ohio,
Cyber Security And Networking Cert. of Comp.: Security+, A+ Core 1, 2, CySA , Expected in 06/2020
Eastland Career Center - Columbus,Ohio,

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Eastland Career Center
  • Lincoln-Electric
  • Ironworker Apprenticeship
  • Ohio Steel
  • Cherry Picking Warehouse
  • Eastland Career Center
  • Eastland Career Center

Job Titles Held:

  • Ironworker Apprentice
  • Ironworker
  • Welder- Fabricator


  • Mig, Tig, Stick Certifications
  • Tig Certification
  • 2 Year Apprentice
  • 10 Hour OSHA Training Certificate
  • Front- Loader Cert.
  • High School Diploma
  • Cyber Security And Networking Cert. of Comp.

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