DONALD T. ASPERY JR.
***** ******** ***** • North Ridgeville, Ohio • 44039
440-***-**** • email@example.com
To secure a position that will give me the opportunity for growth, opportunity and long term tenure, as earned through my continuous hard work, responsibility, reliability and personal dedication. SUMMARY OF SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
● An accumulated total of 27 years as an Industrial Millwright
● Extensive experience with Hydraulic, Electrical, Mechanical and Pneumatic systems
● Technical fabrication ability, including Mig & Stick weld (1G,Mig & Flux-Core Certified)
● Extensive experience and understanding with many different types of machinery and equipment for a variety of applications and industries
● Experienced performing all functions of maintenance, including: troubleshooting, inspecting, cleaning, rebuilding, installing, commissioning, assembling, overhauling, repairing, fabricating and maintaining all forms of industrial machinery and equipment
● Experienced and capable of performing PM work to both increase machine longevity and productivity while reducing machine down-time to
● Developed and assisted in the development of several PM programs within several departments. An extensive history of documenting all PM functions in specialized programs such as MP3, Maintenance Connection and other CMMS programs
● Experience with Allen Bradley and Siemens Drives and controls
● Experience with Allen Bradly PLC'S
● Familiar with all types of VFD drives
EDUCATION, COURSEWORK & TRAINING
● 1987 – Graduated and Received Diploma from Midpark High School
● 1997 – Attended Blufton College
● 2001 – Telco Fluid Power; Hydraulics
● 2007 – USA Crane Training (Inspection and Maintenance of overhead cranes)
● 2008 – Journeyman Rigger Applications Program
● 2008 – CFO 1910 OSHA Outreach Training; Articles 46 & 47
● 2009 – OSHA 10 HR. and 30HR. Trained
● 2008 – CPR & First Aid Training
● 2013 – Emergency Response Team Training
● 2013 – Electrical Arc Flash Training
● 2016 – Programmable Logic Controllers I and II (LCCC)
● 2016 – Advanced Hydraulics
● 2017 – OSHA 29 Forklift, Aerial Lift And Scissor Lift Trained
● 2017 – OSHA 29 CFR 40-Hour Hazmat Trained
● 2017 – OHSA 10-Hour General Industry Trained
● 2017 – OSHA 29 CFR 1910.146 Overhead Crane, Rigging and Signal Person PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
American Wire & Cable – Olmsted Township, OH 2016 – Present
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
Presrite Corporation – Cleveland, OH 2010 – 2016
● Responsible for maintaining and repairing machines to ensure the continuous processes throughout the facility.
● Utilizing my experience and abilities to troubleshoot, diagnose, repair and/or rebuild mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and pneumatic systems on machinery and equipment.
● Check for new, current or hot work orders needed to be completed.
● Upon arrival, communicate with employees changing shift to locate and resolve any equipment failures, issues or problems encountered during previous shifts.
● Perform other maintenance related duties or responsibilities as required or needed. Vezers Industrial Professionals – Cleveland, OH 2008 – 2010 Industrial Millwright
● This was a contract position at a cement processing and manufacturing facility located in West Virginia.
● Responsible to troubleshoot, repair, replace and maintain all on site machines and equipment, including; pump, motor and gearbox alignments, maintaining and ensuring the proper operation of hydraulic and electrical. Utilized experience grinding, cutting, fabricating and welding as needed or required.
● Heavily involved in the assembly and installation of conveyor systems required throughout the facility.
● Other tasks performed include my assistance in the construction of Raw Mills, Coal Mills, Finish Mills and Pre-Heat Tower.
● After 2 years, all contracts in this facility and location were successfully completed. AK Steel – Middletown, OH 2003 –
Industrial Millwright & Crew Leader
● This unique opportunity was a 5-year contract position provided through Strom Engineering Group.
● Performed preventive maintenance as scheduled and assigned or needed throughout the facility.
● Responsible for troubleshooting machinery through utilization of my electrical experience of 110, 240 and 480V, Single and Three Phase as well as basic PLC’s. Also performed diagnostics and troubleshooting to locate and repair mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems required for proper machine operation.
● Performed inspections and needed repairs on overhead cranes.
● Cleaned, rebuilt and/or installed machinery as needed or required. Amac Enterprises Incorporated – Parma, OH 2001 – 2003 Industrial Millwright
● Assigned to the heat-treating and plating department, where I was responsible for maintaining machinery within specified department.
● Responsibilities and requirements included performing preventive maintenance on machinery for proper operation and longevity. Performed the troubleshooting and repair of all issues; mechanically, pneumatically, hydraulically as well as fuel-driven gas systems.
● Cleaned, rebuilt and installed several different pieces of equipment as needed.
● Performed many additional maintenance relative duties or tasks as needed. Ravenna Aluminum Incorporated – Ravenna, OH 1990 – 2001 Industrial Millwright
● Provided essential assistance to facility and department co-workers to repair machinery suffering a production breakdown. In addition, assisted with completing and closing work orders for machinery throughout the aluminum foundry.
● Performed the cleaning and rebuilding process of machinery as well as the installation or reinstallation of equipment once repairs were completed and machine was repaired.
● Utilized and consistently improved upon my technical ability to perform the many mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic related tasks required on a consistent basis to ensure
● After years in this position, increases in my responsibilities required the completion of additional tasks including assisting in the ordering of parts needed to allow for the proper operation of all on-site equipment and machinery.
● Heavily contributed to the development, initial setup and eventual startup of our facilities first-ever preventive maintenance program. This required documenting and keeping records for all work performed to either prevent an eventual failure or as a result of an actual production failure within the facility.
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