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Electrical Superintendent

Location:
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, 87901, United States
Salary:
$85,000.
Posted:
May 26, 2012   all resumes
Email:
t91x6v@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
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Gerry Dyke


**** ****** ****** ****: 575-***-****
Truth or Consequences, NM 87901 Email: t91x6v@r.postjobfree.com

Accomplished Electrician, Project Superintendent and Business Owner with a strong combination of commercial experience and project-oriented skills coupled with an exemplary management background. Extensive experience in commercial/industrial and residential electrical system installation and maintenance. Proven ability to accurately estimate jobs and complete projects smoothly, effectively and on-budget. Key strengths include:
Knowledge of PLC and control systems Self-starting, professional, and disciplined approach
Significant project management experience Ability to motivate members of a team
Control and high voltage terminations Budgeting and financial aptitude


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Project Foreman - Bower’s Electric, Albuquerque NM. November 2010 to Present.
Direct all phases of commercial electrical work at Spaceport America.
Installation of Smart Talk lighting control system.
Direct up to thirty electricians on multiple tasks.
Assumed responsibilities of Foreman six months into job.

Project Foreman - Smiley's Electric, Boyd TX. March 2008 to October 2010
Direct all phases of commercial electrical projects implemented in a variety of facilities.
Meet or exceed project goals in all areas, including schedule, quality, customer satisfaction, and budget.
Ensure timely procurement and delivery of materials to job site.
Build long term customer relationships by consistently meeting expectations and offering innovative solutions.
Work equally well independently or as member of a team.
Maintain effective and regular communications with all parties involved with project.

Electrical Owner - Gerry’s Electric, Truth or Consequences, NM, June 2001 to March 2008
Direct all phases of commercial electrical projects implemented in a variety of facilities and range of scope including restaurants, schools and hospitals.
Meet or exceed project goals in all areas, including schedule, quality, customer satisfaction, and budget.
Ensure timely procurement and delivery of materials to job site.
Build long term customer relationships by consistently meeting expectations and offering innovative solutions.
Work equally well independently or as member of a team.
Produce accurate estimates to ensure profitability, competitiveness and growth.
Maintain effective and regular communications with all parties involved with project.

Project Superintendent – Cutler Hammer Engineering Services, Winthrop, ME, August 1997 to June 2001
Responsible for successful project completion from bid through installation and start-up.
Retail, food manufacturing, paper mills, hydro, gas fired and steam generators.
Worked with architects, engineers, customers, and agencies to work through challenges.
Managed and coordinated work of field staff of up to 50 people, plus subcontractors, and suppliers.
Completed estimates without guidance on electrical projects up to $3 million in scope.
Reviewed and approved subcontractor and supplier invoices.
Priced and ordered material, rental equipment and sub-contractors.
Tracked project costs and reported results at weekly meetings.

Gerry Dyke

1000 Locust Street Cell: 575-***-****
Truth or Consequences, NM 87901 Email: t91x6v@r.postjobfree.com

Electrician Foreman – Cianbro Construction, Pittsfield, ME, February 1997 to August 1997
Led 10-person crew in complete rebuilding of industrial paper machine.
Responsible for both motor control and complex instrumentation wiring.

Project Superintendent – Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Fairfield, ME, March 1995 to February 1997
Guided large commercial and industrial projects involving work in paper mills, food processing facilities,
hospitals, schools, manufacturing plants, highway construction, power plants, hydro and gas fired.
Led workforce of up to 50 people and provided guidance to ensure safe, timely and accurate work.

EDUCATION

Laconia Vocational Technical School – Laconia, NH
Diploma, 1979

Mt. Blue High School – Farmington, ME
Diploma, 1978


COMPUTER SKILLS

Proficient in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, and Outlook
Estimating software
Use of the Internet.

REFERENCES

Mike Bradley Summit West Builders 602-***-****
David Chanslip Roach Construction 208-***-****
Daryl Green Bowers Electric 505-***-****
Mark P Bolduc The Fitch Company 207-*** **** (Office) 207-***-**** (Cell)
John Lucas Cutler Hammer Engineering 207-***-****