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Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Seasoned Welder with 8 years of hands-on experience setting up and operation welding equipment to assemble metal structures. Diligent individual focused on maintaining high productivity and safety targets. Dexterous team player comfortable working with little to no supervision.

Efficient Maintenance Millwright with 5 years of preventive maintenance and troubleshooting experience in manufacturing. Dependable, reliable worker works well independently or with other crew members.

Skills
  • Fusing and Cutting
  • Machinery Assembly
  • Safety Procedures
  • Parts Repair
  • Mechanical Tool Usage
  • Structural Welding
  • Machinery Dismantling
  • Equipment Troubleshooting
  • Power Tools Operation
  • Equipment Inspections
  • PPE Use
  • Maintenance & Repair
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Pre and Post-Trip Inspections
  • Equipment Logs
  • Construction Equipment Operation
  • Pre-Operational Equipment Inspections
  • Maintenance Procedures
  • Heavy Equipment Operation
  • Valid Driver's License
  • Hydraulic Lifts
  • Repair and Maintenance
  • Land Clearing
  • Attachment Installation
  • Roadway Construction
  • Mechanical Maintenance
  • Excavation and Backfilling
  • Attention to Detail
  • Load Management
  • Materials Movement
  • Safety Policies and Procedures
Experience
Maintenance Millwright /Structural Welder, 07/2021 to Current
Byrd Maintenance ServiceCity, STATE,
  • Kept complete set of tools and gear for use on each job, including hammers, stinger and socket set.
  • Set up and operated welding equipment to complete welding projects on-time.
  • Worked on structural supports using techniques such as MIG and stick welding.
  • Signaled crane operator to lower basic assembly units to bedplate and aligned unit to centerline.
  • Checked tools, equipment and safety gear for proper performance.
  • Maintained clean and tidy work area.
  • Read diagrams and schematic drawings to determine work procedures.
  • Installed stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment according to layout plans with 95% accuracy.
  • Assembled moving parts and sub-assemblies and adjusted, leveled and tensioned machines and components.
  • Read blueprints and sketches to fabricate equipment, make modifications and establish work procedures.
  • Adjusted machinery and repaired or replaced defective parts to save company on repair fees.
  • Inspected operating safety devices for proper functionality after repairs, installations, modifications and installations.
  • Observed required safety measures when using blowtorches, wrenches and forklifts to maintain high standards.
  • Assembled machines and bolted, welded or riveted components to foundation or other structures using hand tools and power tools.
  • Used and maintained shop equipment to prevent downtime and reduce safety hazards.
  • Completed routine preventive maintenance on heavy equipment, minimizing machinery downtime.
  • Moved machinery and equipment weighing over 80k pounds using hoists, dollies, rollers and trucks.
  • Repaired and lubricated machines and equipment and assembled and installed equipment using hand tools and power tools.
  • Inspected and completed troubleshooting to repair machinery.
  • Installed machines in industrial and construction settings and tested to confirm proper working condition.
Maintenance Millwright / Structural Welder, 01/2018 to 07/2021
Sp@jCity, STATE,
  • Installed stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment according to layout plans with 95% accuracy.
  • Repaired and lubricated machines and equipment and assembled and installed equipment using hand tools and power tools.
  • Dismantled machines, categorized parts by carefully documenting components and moved equipment into storage.
  • Signaled crane operator to lower basic assembly units to bedplate and aligned unit to centerline.
  • Completed routine preventive maintenance on heavy equipment, minimizing machinery downtime.
  • Moved machinery and equipment weighing over 80k pounds using hoists, dollies, rollers and trucks.
  • Inspected and completed troubleshooting to repair machinery.
  • Assembled moving parts and sub-assemblies and adjusted, leveled and tensioned machines and components.
  • Read blueprints and sketches to fabricate equipment, make modifications and establish work procedures.
  • Installed machines in industrial and construction settings and tested to confirm proper working condition.
  • Adjusted machinery and repaired or replaced defective parts to save company on repair fees.
  • Maintained clean and environmentally safe work area.
  • Used and maintained shop equipment to prevent downtime and reduce safety hazards.
  • Assembled machines and bolted, welded or riveted components to foundation or other structures using hand tools and power tools.
  • Observed required safety measures when using blowtorches, wrenches and forklifts to maintain high standards.
  • Inspected operating safety devices for proper functionality after repairs, installations, modifications and installations.
  • Checked tools, equipment and safety gear for proper performance.
  • Set up and operated welding equipment to complete welding projects on-time.
  • Kept complete set of tools and gear for use on each job, including hammers, stinger and socket set.
  • Set up hoisting equipment to lift and place structural steel items.
  • Fabricated steel frames, columns, beams and girders according to blueprints or instructions from supervisors.
  • Positioned steel units, aligned holes and inserted temporary bolts while checking alignments and joining steel parts.
  • Performed mod assembly, erected and connected structural steel and leveled and torqued connections after steel placement.
  • Safely used metal shears, hacksaws, bar cutters and other tools to cut metal components for installation.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Studied blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine layout of work.
  • Prevented distortion of parts by monitoring fitting, burning and welding processes.
  • Scraped off excess spatter using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
  • Obtained desired configurations by clamping and tack-welding components.
  • Removed loose materials and thick scale, slag or rust to prepare material surfaces for welding.
  • Used correct techniques for particular metal types, including aluminum and steel.
  • Worked on structural supports using techniques such as MIG and TIG welding.
Structural Welder /Construction Foreman, 11/2014 to 01/2018
Liberty Hvac And EnergyCity, STATE,
  • Performed work safely and effectively in high and precarious places.
  • Read and followed blueprints when planning and implementing construction phases.
  • Managed daily work assignments by delegating tasks and monitoring progress.
  • Communicated effectively with customers and workers alike, answering inquiries and questions and responding to complaints.
  • Kept track of supplies and materials to prevent inventory losses.
  • Reviewed documentation and safety materials and implemented work site procedures in accordance with regulations.
  • Checked crew timesheets and logs for accuracy and submitted on schedule.
  • Assisted electrical, plumbing and carpentry teams by completing basic and semi-skilled work.
  • Assessed usage of equipment by crews to prevent accidents, damage and safety violations.
  • Supervised subcontractor progress and coordinated project meetings to discuss milestones and timelines.
  • Supervised aspects of construction projects, lending communication and hands-on assistance.
  • Inspected, serviced and repaired equipment to maintain functionality and project timelines.
  • Efficiently recorded and rejected incorrect deliveries of material to site.
  • Facilitated construction team training on site-specific project specifications.
  • Performed lock-out-tag-out procedures on equipment prior to service work to promote workplace safety.
  • Created weekly schedules and daily workflows to support adequate project coverage.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Followed safety guidelines through proper machine guarding and lockout and tagout procedures.
  • Scraped off excess spatter using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
  • Operated manual and semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments together.
  • Laid out, positioned, aligned and secured parts and assemblies with straightedges, squares and calipers.
  • Monitored fitting, burning and welding processes to avoid overheating parts, warping, shrinking, distortion and expansion of materials.
  • Completed minor torch ups with MIG welders.
  • Prepared broken parts for welding by properly grooving and scarfing surfaces.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Maximized shop organization and equipment lifespan by maintaining equipment.
  • Determined welding strategies using metallurgy knowledge, geometry and welding techniques.
  • Used welding skills to help repair and maintain heavy-duty machinery.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings for precision and waste reduction.
  • Produced work using appropriate welding techniques, metallurgy knowledge and engineering requirements.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Safely ignited torches and monitored surroundings to proactively identify hazards.
  • Welded fabrication materials, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Studied technical documentation to determine project specifications and determine correct welding techniques.
  • Cut, contoured and beveled metal and structural shapes to achieve accurate dimensions.
  • Prepared workpiece edges by grinding, cutting, buffing or bending to verify snug fit.
  • Created safety guards, angle iron and square tubing.
  • Strengthened workflow by accurately welding various connection types.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2004 to East Lawrence High School - Trinity, AL
GPA:
Certifications
byrd
  • Certified Welder, BMSI - 2021
  • Boom Truck/Carry Deck, BMSI - 2021
  • OSHA 10 Training - 2021
  • Confined Space, BMSI - 2021
  • Forklift/Lull License - 2021
  • Scissor & Aerial Boomlift License - 2021
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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • East Lawrence High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Maintenance Millwright /Structural Welder
  • Maintenance Millwright / Structural Welder
  • Structural Welder /Construction Foreman

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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