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Power Plant Electrical

Location:
Crossettt, Arkansas, 71635, United States
Salary:
40,000+
Posted:
April 18, 2012
Email:
tfn2ly@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
*********@*****.***


Timothy Ryan Abney *** Ashley Rd. **
Crossett, AR 71635
tfn2ly@r.postjobfree.com
Phone: (870)-***-****

Objective

To obtain a job as a Robotics Technician, where I can put my knowledge and skills to use and help the company have a high return on all investments.
Education

University of Arkansas at Monticello College of Technology-Crossett, Arkansas August 2010-May 2012

• Industrial Technology (Associate of Applied Science Degree) May 2012
• Electromechanical Technology-Instrumentation (Advanced Technical Certificate) June 2012
• Electromechanical Technology (Technical Certificate) June 2011
• Industrial Equipment Repair (Certificate of Proficiency) December 2010

Skills/Abilities

-Industrial Electricity
-Precision Maintenance
-Instrumentation
-Advanced Industrial Mechanics
-Programmable Logic Controls
-Industrial Electrical Motors
-Industrial Diagrams
-Maintenance Welding
-AC Drives
-Hydraulics and Pneumatics
-Machine Shop
-DC Rotating Equipment
-Industrial Circuits & Controls
-Solid State/Analog Circuits
-Industrial Safety & CPR-FA

Experience

Mechanical and Electrical Technician, Technical Solutions LLC (February 2004 - present)
Duties: Watch over parts, as well as the other employees, to ensure quality work. Partial time spent at Bemis Paper Packaging Inc., where our small crew disassembled and removed two paper machines and practiced safe in an industrial working environment. Work at the shop-included repair on all-terrain vehicles, boats, personal watercraft as well as lawn, garden and industrial equipment. My job required troubleshooting and repairing electrical/mechanical issues.

Mechanic, Southern Propeller Inc. (March 2001 - January 2004)
Duties: Worked as an assistant to an Aircraft Airframe and power plant mechanic. My job included cleaning of parts, parts organizing, keeping track of mechanical and electrical equipment calibration, and machine work of airplane propellers. Cleanliness and quality was the upmost priority, as well as being safe in the work area.

References

Gary Stevenson, Electromechanical Instructor, UAM-CTC, (318)-***-****, tfn2ly@r.postjobfree.com
Fredrick Binns, Instrumentation Instructor, UAM-CTC, (318)-***-****, tfn2ly@r.postjobfree.com
Tim Abney, Previous Employer, Technical Solutions LLC, (870)-***-****, tfn2ly@r.postjobfree.com