I am a Journeyman Electrician with a wide variety of skills in the electrical field. I have the confidence and determination that if something is put in front of me, I will get the job done either with my prior experience or brief research.
While working with Sonnet Electric, I worked specifically on clean rooms, which involved reading complex wiring diagrams, schematics, and blue prints. Working with Sonnet gave me a different perspective and confidence on working with any type of control wiring, along with all the aspects that go along with this part of the electrical Industry.
When working with Eyles Electric, I worked strictly on industrial projects, mainly paper mills. I gained experience with working on motor controls, variable frequency drives, and extensive rigid conduit. I worked on two different paper mill shut-downs. This job's intense workload taught me the importance of completing an assignment with a strict deadline.
For M.J. Electric I worked at the West Boylston switch yard. During the duration of the job, I was extensively trained in 15kv safety procedures when working on jobs in the yard itself. I also gained experience on reading complex schematics, blue prints and making up the control cabinets in the control rooms. Toward the end of the Job I was responsible for trouble-shooting the control work done by all the employees before it could be energized.
When working for J.F. White electrical division, I worked on a solar project for Shirley Prison. I learned how PV solar system worked, set the gear and made up all terminations in the gear itself and the termination boxes of the PV system. I assembled and mounted the solar panels. The Foreman and I were the last employees left on that job, so I was able to see the job from beginning to end.
At Coghlin Electrial Co. I gained experience with Fire Alarm systems, mostly Simplex. I gained a great deal of mechanical aptitude as well as reading commercial building blue prints while working on the Worcester Courthouse project from beginning to end. I worked on the distribution/core of the Access Building at Umass Memorial Campus as well as the addition to the sub-station, where I was involved in the underground; pulling and testing the 15kv cables coming into the building from the man-hole, setting all the 15kv gear (involving bolting together and insulating the bussing). For the last year of my time at Coghlin's I was member of their jobbing crew, where I learned a great deal of the industrial side of the industry. This gave me great experience at large complexes like Saint Gobain, as well as and smaller companies throughout Massachusetts.
This was my first electrical job immediately out of the post-graduate electrical course that I took at Assabet Valley Vocational school. Working for this company I worked on new construction, specifically involving the commercial side of the industry. I left because I was accepted into Local 96 I.B.E.W, although while in school I had to wait close to a year for my first job in the local with Coghlin Electric.
-Electrical I - 156 classroom hrs: 9/04 to 4/05
-Electrical II - 162 classroom hrs: 9/05 to 4/06
-Electrical III - 156 classroom hrs: 9/06 to 4/07
-Electrical IV - 156 classroom hrs: 9/07 to 4/08
-Electrical V - 153 classroom hrs: 9/08 to 4/09
Post-graduate course taken directly after high school, completed 855 hours (Vocational Proficiency Certificate) in electrical wiring. Finished month of June 2003
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