Proactive individual boasting expertise in site safety so that workers avoid mishaps. Focused Lead Painter proudly offering expertise in various finishes and paint applications. Reliable worker willing to training and mentor other employees. Offering great skills in communication and time management. Successful Lead willing to train others and give precise, clear instructions for what needs to be accomplished. Dedicated employee with a successful track record of meeting deadlines and tight budgets. Ready for a new position where attention to detail can be utilized. Enthusiastic individual with superior skills in working in both team-based and independent capacities. Bringing strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills to any setting. Excited to begin new challenge with successful team.
When I started at NOV I was the painter where I was responsible for painting all the outgoing downhole tool. My duties included painting tool, removing paint from tool using paint thinner, stenciling tools, applying rust prevention and cleaning components using a high velocity pressure washer. After a years I was promoted to the Power section department. Shortly after I was transferred to this department I was promoted to Power section Lead. I supervised, trained, developed, and motivated a small energetic group of technicians. This included maintaining work schedule, annual performance evaluations of direct reports. Responsible for an efficient, clean, safe and productive workplace. After 12 years I was promoted to rework coordinator. My responsibilities the day to day management of repairing damaged components ensuring cost effectiveness and timely management of carriage, using approved vendors for import and export.
Started out as a donut fryer and a year later was promoted to Bakery Manager. I supervised a group of 6 to 8 associates. As a Bakery Manager my duties included
I was undesignated when I enlisted then designated to deck division. My duties included painting the interior and exterior of a United States Naval vessel. I learned how to prep specialized steel alloy for painting. I served a year and a half before I earned the right to strike for Signalman. My duties as a signalman are as follow.
Signalmen were responsible for transmitting, receiving, encoding, decoding, and distributing messages obtained via the visual transmission systems of flag semaphore, visual morse code, and flaghoist signalling.
Awarded the Navy Marine Corp Metal for heroism.
Awarded the National defense Metal
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