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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
  • resumesample@example.com
Summary

My name is Haydon Porcella and I was born in a house, Manette, Bremerton. I have lived on Bainbridge now for around 6 years and love the area. I have worked as metal Fabricator for 19 years, and will continue to have a passion for it all my life. I am an excellent team player, as well as working on my own. I can follow directions as well as come up with new ideas that are an improvement. I love to please people and win every task at hand. Thank You for taking the time to look at what I can do for your team.

Skills
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Mechanical recoveries
  • DOT compliance
  • Human Resources oversight
Experience
Owner/Operator, 06/2017 to Current
Lineage LogisticsPassaic, NJ,
  • Established long-term relationships with customers by promoting great service and engagement skills and quickly resolving issues.
  • Generated high-quality leads by building strong professional network and friendships due to end work.
  • Maintained safe driving habits to protect property and general public on roadways.
  • Loaded, balanced and secured product to safely transport goods.
  • Notified customers of delayed deliveries due to issues.
  • Authored presentations with sleek graphics and attention-grabbing sales copy to entice prospective clients.
  • Planned efficient routes and adjusted strategies based on current weather and traffic information.
  • Spearheaded creation of company branding and marketing materials such as My last name Porcella, and had family brand it with logo who are smarter than I.
  • Managed proper transportation of dangerous goods such as Oxygen, Acetylene, Argon Mixed gas 75/25, and biggest of all gasoline with no incidents.
  • Monitored regular wear and tear on truck and inspected equipment to assess more critical maintenance needs.
  • Responded quickly to customer complaints and gathered all pertinent information to make educated decisions for remediation.
Welder/Fitter, 02/2012 to 02/2020
Nor'eastern Trawl Systems/Net SystemsCity, STATE,
  • Followed all safety guidelines, including proper machine guarding and lockout and tagout procedures.
  • Prevented distortion of parts by monitoring fitting, burning and welding processes.
  • Applied knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques to determine optimal welding strategies.
  • Removed loose materials and thick scale, slag or rust to prepare material surfaces for welding.
  • Application of electrode and gun along weld line to create precision pieces.
  • Scraped off excess spatter and other materials using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
  • Precision cutting with power saws, hand shears and chipping knives.
  • Maximized shop organization and equipment lifespan by maintaining equipment.
  • Laid out, fitted and fabricated metal components.
  • Completed minor torch ups with MIG welders.
  • Cleaned and degreased weld joints and workpieces efficiently.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings prior to weld applications for precision and waste reduction.
  • Improved project completion time by multi-tasking on heavy equipment such as forklifts.
  • Inspected and repaired components to implement corrective action.
  • Improved project completion time by multitasking on heavy equipment such as forklifts.
  • Strengthened workflow by accurately welding connections.
  • Combined welding techniques, knowledge of metallurgy and engineering requirements to produce quality work.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Heated, formed and dressed metal parts with hand tools, torch and arc welding equipment.
  • Sustained safety protocols and promoted proper, cost-effective and accurate handling of equipment and materials.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Obtained desired configurations by clamping and tack-welding components.
  • Monitored fitting, burning and welding processes to avoid overheating parts, warping, shrinking, distortion and expansion of materials.
  • Repaired and maintained heavy-duty and construction machinery.
  • Assembled boiler parts and pressure vessels for structural use.
  • Prepared broken parts for welding by properly grooving and scarfing surfaces.
  • Maximized shop organization and equipment length by efficiently cleaning floor and machinery.
  • Set up and operated welding equipment to complete all welding projects on-time.
  • Inspected chains, hammers and other tools for damage or wear to prevent injuries and accidents.
Welder/Foreman , 04/2006 to 04/2011
City Wide Fence CoCity, STATE,
  • Completed minor torch ups with MIG welders.
  • Monitored fitting, burning and welding processes to avoid overheating parts, warping, shrinking, distortion and expansion of materials.
  • Prevented distortion of parts by monitoring fitting, burning and welding processes.
  • Strengthened workflow by accurately welding every joint, at every angle for finish powder coat paint job.
  • Improved project completion time by multi-tasking on heavy equipment such as forklifts.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings prior to weld applications for precision and waste reduction.
  • Inspected and repaired components to implement corrective action.
  • Precision cutting with power saws, hand shears and chipping knives.
  • Laid out, fitted and fabricated metal components.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Created safety guards, angle iron and square tubing.
  • Scraped off excess spatter and other materials using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Maximized shop organization and equipment length by efficiently cleaning floor and machinery.
  • Maximized shop organization and equipment lifespan by maintaining equipment.
  • Elevated operational efficiencies with timely changing of consumables components.
  • Combined welding techniques, knowledge of metallurgy and engineering requirements to produce quality work.
  • Removed loose materials and thick scale, slag or rust to prepare material surfaces for welding.
  • Cleaned and degreased weld joints and workpieces efficiently.
  • Operated manual and semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments together.
  • Heated, formed and dressed metal parts with hand tools, torch and arc welding equipment.
  • Application of electrode and gun along weld line to create precision pieces.
  • Prepared broken parts for welding by properly grooving and scarfing surfaces.
  • Inspected chains, hammers and other tools for damage or wear to prevent injuries and accidents.
  • Inspected grooves, angles and gap allowances with micrometer, caliper and precision measuring instruments.
  • Improved project completion time by multitasking on heavy equipment such as forklifts.
  • Obtained desired configurations by clamping and tack-welding components.
  • Sustained safety protocols and promoted proper, cost-effective and accurate handling of equipment and materials.
  • Followed all safety guidelines, including proper machine guarding and lockout and tagout procedures.
  • Adjusted functional parts of equipment and control instruments.
  • Applied knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques to determine optimal welding strategies.
  • Repaired and maintained heavy-duty and construction machinery.
  • Responded to service calls quickly and professionally.
  • Adjusted functional parts of equipment and control instruments.
  • Most of all I made the customer I was dealing with happy, no matter the cost, 95% of the time.
Shop Welder/Shop Foreman, 03/1999 to 03/2004
Viking FenceCity, STATE,
  • Maximized shop organization and equipment length by efficiently cleaning floor and machinery.
  • Improved project completion time by multi-tasking on heavy equipment such as forklifts.
  • Elevated operational efficiencies with timely changing of consumables and needed materials and components.
  • Obtained desired configurations by clamping and tack-welding components.
  • Maximized shop organization and equipment lifespan by maintaining equipment.
  • Welded steel, aluminum, and cast iron materials using Mig and GMAW processes, continuously checking for safety and quality.
  • Inspected grooves, angles and gap allowances with micrometer, caliper and precision measuring instruments.
  • Improved project completion time by multitasking on heavy equipment such as forklifts.
  • Prevented distortion of parts by monitoring fitting, burning and welding processes.
  • Quoted projects to clients with Loving% accuracy, taking into account materials needed, available supplies and necessary tools.
  • Removed loose materials and thick scale, slag or rust to prepare material surfaces for welding.
  • Applied knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques to determine optimal welding strategies.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Developed plans for each project from start to finish, cutting timelines down by Loving% and providing exceptional services.
  • Used Collins cutter, Port a Band,, Sawzall, Torch, bandsaw, grinder, nother to cut, contour and bevel metal and structural shapes to accurate dimensions.
  • Combined welding techniques, knowledge of metallurgy and engineering requirements to produce quality work.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Scraped off excess spatter and other materials using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
  • Set up and operated welding equipment to complete all welding projects on-time.
  • Inspected and repaired components to implement corrective action.
Education and Training
GED: , Expected in 03/2001
Bremerton High School - Bremerton, WA
GPA:

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Bremerton High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Owner/Operator
  • Welder/Fitter
  • Welder/Foreman
  • Shop Welder/Shop Foreman
Degrees
  • GED

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