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Customer Service Sheet Metal

Ogden, Utah, United States
May 31, 2017

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Thomas L ODell

**** * **** *

Ogden, Utah

801-***-**** cell/text

Zenetes (Contractor at Hill AFB)

Aug 2015 ~ Present

WG-10 3806 Aircraft Sheetmetal Mechanic

Performed sheetmetal on the F-4 and F-16’s performed all general maintenance, repairs and modifications to aircrafts parts and components. Lay outs, fabrication, modifications of both F-4 and F-16 aircraft structures, bend material as required, forming, shape, drilling, reaming, install fasteners, rivets, and install sheet metal airframe structural members. Work with close tolerance dimensions and various types of fasteners and toolsReplace aircraft skins, flight controls surfaces, engine cowlings and other structural parts. Worked in building, 225, 265, and 205 at Hill Air Force Base Utah . Read and understood engineering drawing, procedures, specifications, standards and maintenance manuals. Document work performed in appropriate Air Force T

Sales Specialist/Customer Service Associate May 2013~Aug 2015


Greet customers in a professional manner providing in dept knowledge in electrical, plumbing, designing kitchen cabinets and bathroom designs assistance. Develops and designs customers specific questions on how to install panels, breakers, three way and four way switches and wiring sizing insuring that all local codes and regulations for electrical and plumbing are met. This requires knowledge of mathematical concepts adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and weights and measurements.

Operates store telephones, paging systems, copiers, fax machines, computers, CCTV surveillance systems, key cutting, panel saw, paint mixing computer, blind cutting, forklifts, pallet jacks, and electrical lifts.

Moves large and bulky supplies when unloading pallets and stocking items in the appropriate location for sales. Insure and inputs price tag and UPC information on the racks for the appropriate item.

Ability to works all areas in the store including sales floor, receiving, registered areas, lawn and garden, inside and outside. Bending stooping, climbing, standing, and lifting to perform job duties

Directorate of Public Works Oct 2010~March 2013…Retired

Camp Zama, Japan

Maintenance Supervisor WS-4701-16 US Garrison Japan Camp Zama

Currently serves as the Chief Sub-facility engineer of 3 different bases with 173 employees. I am responsible for supplying administrative, technical knowledge and supervision over subordinate managers. I have great knowledge and all required tools to do all kinds of maintenance work like sheet metal, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, doors, windows and could do almost all work myself. The trades I am accountable for in maintaining are sheetmetal, carpentry, painting, sheet rocking, interior and exterior windows and doors, electric, electrical/high voltage Distribution/ Sub-Station, (6600 volts) high voltage power plant, 6600 volts generators and transformers and also low voltage generators and transforms. Maintain air field lighting, Grounding, UPS systems, transformers, technical practices use of measuring instruments interpret instructions & specifications involved with electrical. Industrial Heating and Air conditioning maintaining, boilers, steam operations, pipe fitting, welding repair, troubleshooting and contracting. Maintains hazardous waste plants and waste water treatment plants, utility plants, sheet metal, roads and grounds, liquid fuels, carpenters, masons, painters, locksmiths, and pavement. I’m currently the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS) in charge of evaluating performance of contracts in the CPARS. Over sees all contracts for all operations in my area, reviews blueprints, material acquisition, and facility maintenance and is the government credit card approving official. Assign work requirements to subordinate leaders, set deadlines with sequences of operations & follows up to ensure work is completed meets safety & quality standards. Inspect jobs in progress & provide technical guidance, instructions as needed to resolve problems or difficulties. Ensure materials, supplies, tools & equipment is available & necessary items are kept in bench stock to support the operations. Wrote or revised performance standards, appraisals & put employees in for awards Counsel Employees on problems & adjust informal complaints through discussions with employees. Recommend disciplinary or performance-based actions, when necessary, to supervisor. Schedule, approve leave of subordinates, & assure safety & housekeeping practices. Certified Green belt working on LSS projects for US Garrison-Japan

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