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Engineer Welding

Location:
Aransas Pass, Texas, 78336, United States
Posted:
April 17, 2012
Email:
qxpbvn@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
***********@*****.***


Glen D. Ubernosky
Professional
Experience **** Aerotek/NaviStar Defense Kuwait
FIM : Field Service Representative/ Instructor/ Mechanic
Diagnosing the source of trouble and determining the extent of repairs required replacing worn or broken parts, electrical diagnosis of vehicle sub-systems such as central tire inflation system, ABS, diesel engines, HVAC systems, transmissions, fuel systems, lighting, and ignition systems.
Instruct personnel on proper use and operation of all types of armored vehicles.
2009-2010 Dyncorp Int’l/NaviStar Defense Afghanistan
FIM : Field Service Representative/ Instructor/ Mechanic
Diagnosing the source of trouble and determining the extent of repairs required replacing worn or broken parts, electrical diagnosis of vehicle sub-systems such as central tire inflation system, ABS, diesel engines, HVAC systems, transmissions, fuel systems, lighting, and ignition systems.
Instruct personnel on proper use and operation of MRAP vehicle. Installed Bar Armor on RG-31 MRAP’S and RPG Netting on MATV MRAP’S.
2008-2009 Kiewit Offshore Services Ltd. Ingleside, TX
Welding Engineer, Quality Control Department
Developed welding procedures; developed welder qualifications; performed welder quality audits; maintained NDE certification records and coordinated testing; hands-on and technical knowledge of codes, specifications, welding processes (including nuclear) and production in support of project teams and welding superintendents; ordered and maintained inventory of welding consumables; periodic assessment of welding consumables based on cost, performance and availability.
2006–2008 Texas State Technical College Waco, TX
Student Worker, Welding Department
Assisted instructors and shop foreman in daily operations of teaching laboratory facilities, including setting up student tests and design projects; assisted in remodeling lab facilities; participated in recruiting trips to Texas high schools; demonstrated welding processes and techniques to prospective students.
2005–2006 Utility Fleet Sales Bryan, TX
Equipment Mechanic
Diagnosed and repaired utility vans and bucket trucks of all sizes and models, up to 100 foot in reach. Retrieval of fleet vehicles from purchase sites, and delivered to customers. Responsible for complete set up of service shop from the ground up, including specifying tool and parts purchasing, inventory control, scheduling and maintenance of all vehicle repair logs.
2004–2005 We-Rent-It Bryan, TX
Equipment Mechanic
Diagnosed and repaired all types of equipment provided for rental, ranging from weedeaters, pressure washers, compressors, lawn mowers, edgers, generators, water pumps, mini-excavators, forklifts, dozers, loaders, maintainers, to all manner of equipment, heavy and light duty. Maintained repair logs and maintenance schedules for all equipment.
2003–2004 Texas A&M University College Station, TX
Diesel Technician II, Transportation Services
Diagnosed, repaired and rebuilt Thomas and Nova buses, including diesel engine repair, brakes, transmission, body work, and multi-plex system repair. Maintained repair logs and maintenance schedules in accordance with university and state policies and regulations.
2001–2003 Texas Dept. of Transportation Bryan, TX
Equipment Mechanic III, District 17
Diagnosed and repaired light duty and heavy equipment for 10-county region, including propane, gasoline, and diesel engines, hydraulics and electronics repair, transmission and air-conditioning repair. Maintained repair logs and maintenance schedules in accordance with state policies and regulations.

Education, Training, and
Professional
Activities August 2008 Texas State Technical College Waco, TX
Welding Technology Associate of Applied Sciences GPA: 3.8

Secret Government Clearance
National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) instructor certification
NaviStar MaxxPro / MaxxPro Plus (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protective Vehicles)
Professional Member, American Welding Society, 2009
Student President, TSTC Chapter of the American Welding Society, 2006-2008
Represented TSTC at the American Welding Society Annual Meeting, 2007
Student President, TSTC Chapter of SKILLS USA, 2006-2008
Member, Sigma Alpha Pi, National Society of Leadership and Success, 2006-2007
12 General Motors Training Schools
9 Honda Training Schools
ASE Certified
CDL Class “A” License with TANKER endorsement
Knowledge,
Skills, and Abilities Welding Skills:
Oxy-acetylene welding; welding processes in all positions
Arc: shielded metal; gas metal; gas tungsten; flux cored; plasma
Cutting; Firm grasp of welding vocabulary and shop machinery operation
Blueprint and Schematics reading; Metallurgy; Destructive and Non-Destructive Testing
Ability to write and qualify PQR’s and WPS’s according to structural and process piping codes.
Ability to instruct welders and coordinate welding procedures effectively.
Thirty years experience in all types of gas and diesel engine diagnosis, repair, fabrication, and refurbishing, beginning in 1975 in high school auto mechanics class.
Ability to completely disassemble any type of engine or equipment, repair and reassemble properly.
Skilled in the use of brake lathe, grinder, alignment machine, wheel balancing machine, hydraulic and pneumatic lifts, floor jacks and stands, a/c recovery and recycle machine, charging system diagnostic equipment, presses, welding machines (MIG and stick), cutting torch, and OBDII diagnostic equipment.
Skilled in the use and selection of the proper hand tools for each type of repair.
Skilled in the diagnosis and repair of any electronic computer control systems for all GM, Ford, Honda, and OBDII systems.
Skilled in development and utilization of maintenance and inventory records for auto and road construction equipment.
Hobbies and Interests Build and drive Destruction (Demolition) Derby cars for competition.
Life-long NASCAR and dirt track racing fan, including thirty years of family participation in dirt track racing and demolition derbies.

References Gene Norman
Owner / Operator
G&L Construction
1412 Elkton Court
College Station, TX 77845
979-***-**** home
979-***-**** cell
qxpbvn@r.postjobfree.com Frank Wilkins
Department Head
Welding Technology
Texas State Technical College
3801 Campus Drive
Waco, TX 76705
254-***-**** work
qxpbvn@r.postjobfree.com Richard Marslender
Lead Welding Engineer
Kiewit Offshore Services
2440 Kiewit Road
Ingleside, TX 78362
361-***-**** work
qxpbvn@r.postjobfree.com