I am currently a Contract Directional Drilling Engineer in the Oil & Gas Industry. While on site I am responsible for directing the deviated well bore per well plan and working close with Petroleum Engineers and on site company representative to insure the proper angle and direction of well per the well plan.
Prior to a Directional Driller I was a Outside sales representative for an Electrical Distributor.I was assigned to a territory covering a 100 mile radius. In 3 years I built a territory worth an annual gross income of 2 million dollars. Task included building costumer relationships, on time delivery of products and introducing new products to facilitate the reliable electrical repair of electrical systems and the installation of new electrical systems.
Prior to working as an Outside salesmen, I worked as an Industrial Maintenance Electrician in a fabrication plant employing over a 150 employees for 12 years. I was responsible for the daily maintenance and repair of all electrical systems and sub systems of all machinery. I also worked side by side with plant engineer overseeing and installing any new equipment. I was also required to attend automation schools to help in facilitating the upgrading and automating of older out of date equipment.
Prior to working as an Industrial Electrician I was employed with the U.S.A.F.
During my service I was assigned to the 6952nd Electronic Security Command.
My Duties included Maintaining and repair of all air borne as well as ground mock up sensors on the U2 aircraft. These systems included the Senior Spear, Senior Ruby and Data Link systems. These systems were responsible for the intelligence gathering of radar and communication equipment.
Completed over 80 hrs of Automation control Application and Installation with Allen Bradley Electrical Controls.
Received a accommodation medal from the U.S.A.F for the integration of a fiber optic test cable that reduced down time testing by half.
Was one of 6 members that were responsible for learning all new upgrades and training new personnel on new upgraded systems.
Completed 8 hrs of instruction on OSHA safety hazards with High Voltage Electricity
Completed monthly safety training on work place hazards
Tested machinery, equipment and parts to identify any defects.
Disassembled broken and defective equipment to facilitate repair.
Reassembled equipment after completed repairs.
Assembled and installed wiring, electrical and electronic components.Assembled and installed wiring, electrical and electronic components.
Assembled and maintained physical structures using hand and power tools.
Routinely inspected machinery and equipment to diagnose malfunctions.
Wired outlets, connected circuits and breakers and replaced fuses and fuse boxes.
Used hand tools to replace defective equipment parts.
Maintained up-to-date and accurate repair logs.
Ordered supplies, tools and equipment.
Read manufacturer manuals, diagrams and specifications prior to repairing equipment.
Soldered and brazed damaged equipment.
Attended 12 months training on Basic principles of Electronics to advanced systems maintenance and repair.
While assigned to the 6952 Electronic Security Squadron in the European Theater I was tasked with Training on new upgraded systems and the maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair of all the Electronic Intelligence gathering equipment on U2 AirCraft.
Attended two Different Allen Bradley Industrial control and Automation schools.
Attended SQD Engineering Schematic Take off school
Attended on Site coarse for PLC Programming, Ladder logic diagram and Trouble shooting and Maintenance of PLC's
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