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Electrician

Summerville, SC

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111-222-3333
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Summary

Experienced Master Electrician with 27 years in job-site 
supervision.(Field and Job Superintendent, Electrical Coordinator, 
General Foreman and Job Foreman). Supervise the entire electrical 
operations for electrical contractors on a wide variety of projects 
including hospitals, water, sewage, plastic, chemical and wood 
processing plants, hotels, restaurants, schools and other similar jobs. 
Responsibilities have included supervision and training of crews 
(electrician-apprentices and journeymen, as well as foremen). 
Coordinating electrical requirements of the job with all other 
subcontractors (fire protection, hvac, plumbing and equipment 
installation). Ordering and expediting materials; dealing with 
inspectors, general contractors and other project officials. Accountable 
for the total control of all electrical aspects of the job, requiring day to 
day supervision, quality, safety, and employee labor relations. 
Experienced on a wide variety of projects, from the simple systems 
updates to the most complex jobs, taking them from ground level to 
final completion. Communicate effectively on a daily basis with 
architects, engineers, and other on interpretation of drawings, design 
modifications, and problem solving. Consistently bring in projects at or 
under budget.

Work Experience

Electrician

Allison/Smith, Atlanta, GA

Jun 2011Nov 2011

Installed electrical wiring and assembled components in control 
cabinets, electrical and industrial equipment and related industrial 
apparatuses. 
Squared, aligned and assembled bases, sills, cabinet frames, and equipment structural components on floor and floor plate, using 
jacks, clamps, squares, plumb line and dial indicator. 
Laid out diagram for electrical installations, according to wiring 
specifications. 
Drilled and tapped holes in specified locations for mounting control 
units, using handtools and drill press. 
Attached breakers, relays, contactors, bus bars, transformers, 
insulators, regulator cabinets, condenser units, motor and generator 
sets, meters, plugging devices and fuse blocks to mounting holes 
with bolts and screws. 
Cut, striped, bent and formed wire cable, conduit, pipe and tubing 
used to connect circuits and subassemblies. 
Tested and adjusted electrical assemblies, using electrician's 
handtools and test equipment. 
Discussed errors in diagrams and production order with supervisor and engineer to clarify assembly problems.

Electrician

Trillium Staffing, Charlotte, NC

Mar 2011Jun 2011

Planned layout, installed and repaired wiring, electrical fixtures, 
apparatuses and control equipment. 
Planned new and modified installations to minimize waste of materials, provide access for future maintenance and avoid unsightly, hazardous and unreliable wiring, consistent with specifications and local electrical codes. 
Prepared sketches showing location of wiring and equipment, and followed diagrams and blueprints, ensuring that concealed wiring was installed before completion of future walls, ceilings and flooring. 
Measured, cut, bent, threaded, assembled and installed electrical 
conduit, using tools such as hacksaw, pipe threader and conduit 
bender. 
Pulled wiring through conduit, assisted by electrician assistant, to install and repair electrical wiring, fixtures and equipment. 
Gathered tools and supplies to be used at work site. 
Measured, cut and bent wire and conduit, using ruler and handtools. 
Drilled holes for wiring with power drill and pulled or pushed wiring through opening. 
Traced out short circuits in wiring, using knowledge of wiring and test meter. 
Assisted in lifting, positioning and fastening objects, such as wiring, 
conduit and motors. 
Performed minor repairs, such as replacing fuses, light sockets, 
bulbs and switches. 
Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective and worn parts and re-assembled equipment. 
Spliced wires by stripping insulation from terminal leads, using knife and pliers, twisting and soldering wires together and applying tape and terminal caps. 
Connected wiring to lighting fixtures and power equipment. 
Installed control and distribution apparatuses, such as switches, 
relays and circuit-breaker panels, fastening them in place with screws and bolts. 
Connected power cables to equipment, such as electric ranges and motors, and installed grounding leads. 
 
Tested continuity of circuits to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of components, using testing instruments, such as ohmmeters. 
Observed functioning of installed equipment and systems to detect 
hazards and need for adjustments, relocation, and replacement. 
Repaired faulty equipment and systems.

Electronics Tech-2

Imagine-One, Hanahan, SC

Nov 2009Feb 2011

Installed electrical and electronic parts, assemblies, systems and equipment in MRAP's according to blueprints, wiring diagrams and other specifications. 
Set up and operated ground support and test equipment to perform functional and continuity tests of electrical and electronic systems.  
Interpreted test results to diagnose malfunctions and adjusted repaired, and replaced defective parts. 
Modified components according to blueprint specifications and engineering drawings. 
Fabricated parts and test aids as required. 
Adjusted, installed, tested and repaired high-powered stationary and mobile radio transmitting equipment. 
Adjusted controls and tested frequencies of transmitters, using 
frequency meter. 
Listened to radio range station at frequent intervals during broadcasts to detect flaws in transmission. 
Operated emergency truck transmitter to ensure its readiness for immediate use. 
 
Tested equipment with instruments, such as circuit analyzers, audiometers and voltmeters. 
Examined equipment and replaced defective condensers, switches, tubes and transistors. 
Repaired components of radio transmitting equipment and intercommunication telephone system, using handtools.

Electrician

American Staffing,

Mar 2009May 2009

Planned layout, installed and repaired wiring, electrical fixtures, 
apparatuses and control equipment. 
Planned new and modified installations to minimize waste of materials, provide access for future maintenance and avoid unsightly, hazardous and unreliable wiring, consistent with specifications and local electrical codes. 
Prepared sketches showing location of wiring and equipment, and followed diagrams and blueprints, ensuring that concealed wiring was installed before completion of future walls, ceilings and flooring. 
Measured, cut, bent, threaded, assembled and installed electrical 
conduit, using tools such as hacksaw, pipe threader and conduit 
bender. 
Pulled wiring through conduit, assisted by electrician assistant, to install and repair electrical wiring, fixtures and equipment. 
Gathered tools and supplies to be used at work site. 
Measured, cut and bent wire and conduit, using ruler and handtools. 
Drilled holes for wiring with power drill and pulled or pushed wiring through opening. 
Traced out short circuits in wiring, using knowledge of wiring and test meter. 
Assisted in lifting, positioning and fastening objects, such as wiring, 
conduit and motors. 
Performed minor repairs, such as replacing fuses, light sockets, 
bulbs and switches. 
Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective and worn parts and re-assembled equipment. 
Spliced wires by stripping insulation from terminal leads, using knife and pliers, twisting and soldering wires together and applying tape and terminal caps. 
Connected wiring to lighting fixtures and power equipment. 
Installed control and distribution apparatuses, such as switches, 
relays and circuit-breaker panels, fastening them in place with screws and bolts. 
Connected power cables to equipment, such as generators, transfomers, switch gears and motors, and installed grounding leads. 
Tested continuity of circuits to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of components, using testing instruments, such as ohmmeters. 
Observed functioning of installed equipment and systems to detect 
hazards and need for adjustments, relocation, and replacement. 
Repaired faulty equipment and systems.

Electrician

Pace Electric, Greenville, SC

Dec 2008Mar 2009

Planned layout, installed and repaired wiring, electrical fixtures, 
apparatuses and control equipment. 
Planned new and modified installations to minimize waste of materials, provide access for future maintenance and avoid 
unsightly, hazardous and unreliable wiring, consistent with specifications and local electrical codes. 
Prepared sketches showing location of wiring and equipment, and followed diagrams and blueprints, ensuring that concealed wiring was installed before completion of future walls, ceilings and flooring. 
Measured, cut, bent, threaded, assembled and installed electrical 
conduit, using tools such as hacksaw, pipe threader and conduit bender. 
Pulled wiring through conduit, assisted by electrician assistant, to install and repair electrical wiring, fixtures and equipment. 
Gathered tools and supplies to be used at work site. 
Measured, cut and bent wire and conduit, using ruler and handtools. 
Drilled holes for wiring with power drill and pulled or pushed wiring through opening. 
Traced out short circuits in wiring, using knowledge of wiring and test meter. 
Assisted in lifting, positioning and fastening objects, such as wiring, 
conduit and motors. 
Performed minor repairs, such as replacing fuses, light sockets, 
bulbs and switches. 
Disassembled defective electrical equipment, replaced defective and worn parts and re-assembled equipment. 
Spliced wires by stripping insulation from terminal leads, using wire strippers twisting wires together and applying tape and terminal caps. 
Connected wiring to lighting fixtures and power equipment. Installed control and distribution apparatuses, such as switches, relays and circuit-breaker panels, fastening them in place with screws and bolts. 
Connected power cables to equipment, such as generators, transformers, switch gears and motors, and installed grounding leads. 
Tested continuity of circuits to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of components, using testing instruments, such as ohmmeters. 
Observed functioning of installed equipment and systems to detect 
hazards and need for adjustments, relocation, and replacement. 
Repaired faulty equipment and systems.

Electricial Superintendent

Starr Electric, Columbia, SC

Feb 2007Aug 2008

2/07 to 8/08 
Studied production schedules and estimated worker-hour 
requirements for completion of job assignments. 
Interpreted specifications, blueprints and job orders to workers and assigned duties. 
Established and adjusted work procedures to meet production 
schedules, using knowledge of capacities of machines and equipment. 
Recommended measures for improving production methods, 
equipment performance and quality of product. 
Supervised 40 employees, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, 
determined salaries. 
Analyzed and resolved work problems and assisted workers in solving problems. 
Initiated and suggested plans to motivate workers to achieve work 
goals. 
Recommended and initiated personnel actions, such as promotions, 
transfers, discharges and disciplinary measures. 
Trained new workers. 
Maintained time and production records. 
Estimated, requisitioned and inspected materials. 
Implemented new procedures designed to improve operations, 
minimize operating costs and effect greater utilization of labor and materials. 
Reviewed new product plans and discussed equipment needs and modifications with design engineers. 
Directed training and indoctrination of workers to improve work 
performance and acquaint workers with company policies.

Electrical Foreman

Aerotek Staffing, N Charleston, SC

Jun 2006Feb 2007

6/06 to 2/07 
Planned layout of wiring and installed wiring, conduit and electrical 
apparatuses in buildings. 
Planned wiring and installation of equipment and fixtures, such as motors, generators, switches, circuit breakers and fuse boxes, according to blueprints, schematic drawings and sketches. 
Inspected wiring and fixtures for conformance to company 
specifications and local electrical codes, using test equipment, such as voltmeter and ohmmeter. 
Studied production schedules and estimated worker-hour 
requirements for completion of job assignments. 
Interpreted company policies for workers and enforced safety 
regulations. 
Interpreted specifications, blueprints and job orders to workers and assigned duties. 
Established and adjusted work procedures to meet production 
schedules, using knowledge of capacities of machines and equipment. 
Recommended measures for improving production methods, 
equipment performance and quality of product. 
Suggested changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of shop, department, and work crew. 
Analyzed and resolved work problems and assisted workers in solving problems. 
Initiated and suggested plans to motivate workers to achieve work 
goals. 
Recommended and initiated personnel actions, such as promotions, 
transfers, discharges and disciplinary measures. 
 
Trained new workers. 
Maintained time and production records. 
Estimated, requisitioned and inspected materials.

Electrical Foreman

Lockewood Greene, Columbia, SC

Jan 2006Jun 2006

Planned layout of wiring and installed wiring, conduit and electrical 
apparatuses in buildings. 
Planned wiring and installation of equipment and fixtures, such as motors, generators, switches, circuit breakers and fuse boxes, according to blueprints, schematic drawings and sketches. 
Inspected wiring and fixtures for conformance to company 
specifications and local electrical codes, using test equipment, such as voltmeter and ohmmeter. 
Studied production schedules and estimated worker-hour 
requirements for completion of job assignments. 
Studied production schedules and estimated worker-hour requirements for completion of job assignments. 
Interpreted company policies for workers and enforced safety 
regulations. 
Interpreted specifications, blueprints and job orders to workers and assigned duties. 
Supervised 12 employees, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, 
determined salaries. 
Established and adjusted work procedures to meet production 
schedules, using knowledge of capacities of machines and equipment. 
Recommended measures for improving production methods, 
equipment performance and quality of product. 
Analyzed and resolved work problems and assisted workers in solving problems. 
Initiated and suggested plans to motivate workers to achieve work 
goals. 
Recommended and initiated personnel actions, such as promotions, 
transfers, discharges and disciplinary measures. 
Trained new workers. 
Maintained time and production records. 
Estimated, requisitioned and inspected materials.

Electrical Foreman/Coordinator

Starr Electric, Columbia, SC

Sep 2004Jan 2006

Inspected work for compliance with government electrical codes and company standards. 
Studied production schedules and estimated worker-hour 
equirements for completion of job assignments. 
Interpreted company policies for workers and enforced safety regulations. 
Interpreted specifications, blueprints and job orders to workers and assigned duties. 
Established and adjusted work procedures to meet production 
schedules, using knowledge of capacities of machines and equipment. 
Recommended measures for improving production methods, 
equipment performance and quality of product. 
Suggested changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of shop, department, and work crew. 
Supervised 25 employees, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, 
determined salaries. 
Analyzed and resolved work problems and assisted workers in solving problems. 
Recommended and initiated personnel actions, such as promotions, 
transfers, discharges and disciplinary measures. 
Maintained time and production records. 
Coordinating electrical requirements of the job with all other 
subcontractors (fire protection, hvac, plumbing and equipment 
installation).

Education

Diploma

Berkeley High School,

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