Hardworking Miner adept at belt splicing, welding, pipefitting, welding, maintenance and shoveling. Willing to work long hours in harsh conditions.
Responsibilities include general mine maintenance, conveyor belt repair, equipment maintenance, welding repairs, using power tools, running some heavy equipment, and working long hours to ensure the mine is up and running. I also obtained my 24 Hour MSHA certification, which includes sand and gravel.
Designed displays to make the store experience interactive and engaging.Displayed the appropriate signage for products and sales promotions.Arranged items in favorable positions and areas of the store for optimal sales.
Accepted payment from customers and made change as necessary.Apportioned and served food to facility residents, employees, or patrons.Assisted co-workers.Checked the quantity and quality of received productsCleaned and prepared various foods for cooking or servingCleaned bars, work areas, and tables
Assisted skilled workers with construction projects in all phases of rough and finish carpentry.Cleaned all construction areas to avoid hazards.
Repaired Carpet and tile flooring.
I also took a course at Eastern Wyoming College for SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding.
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