RANDY L. SMITH
SF** Secret Clearance (Pending Approval)
Honorably Discharged U.S. Air Force Veteran
OSHA 30 Certification completed Apr. 2017
firstname.lastname@example.org Afghan cell +93-079-***-****
MASTER ELECTRICIAN #30364L / MILITARY / COMMERCIAL / INDUSTRIAL
Controlling All Phases of Electrical Projects / NEC & British Electrical Standard
Electrical Service Compliance / Troubleshooting / Project Design and Development /
Material Testing / Power System Performance and Control / Supervision (up to 100 personnel)
Grounding and Lightening Protection / Transmission and Distribution / Schematic and Blueprint Comprehension
Top-performing and meticulous master electrician with more than 20 years of experience in overseas military assignments, and residential, industrial and commercial settings. Adept at planning, installing, repairing, maintaining, and overseeing all types of electrical systems and equipment in challenging and varying environments; ensuring code-compliant work and delivering projects on-time and within budget. Skilled at leveraging knowledge of electrical design and state-of-the-art electrical components to improve safety and operations. Currently, U.S. government is about 400,000 requests behind (spouse is a foreign national requiring background investigation of her and family).
Journeyman for the City of Raleigh, NC
Unlimited Electrical Contactor License for the State of NC – License #: 30364L
MIDDLE EAST CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION
Task Force Lethal 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment (Military) Mar. – Nov. 2016
Alpha Company 206th Military Intelligence Battalion Task Force Odin (Military), Sep. 2015
KBR Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) 4 Management, Sep. 2010
KBR LOGCAP 3 Management Camp Bucca, 2009
Bravo Battery 3-4ADAR Theater Internment Operations (Military) Camp Bucca, Jun. 2009
Unit Forward Operating Base (FOB) Commander (Military), Feb. 2009
Combined Joint Task Force Special Forces Operations (Military), 2008
LOGCAP 3 KBR Management Camp Anaconda, Apr. 2008
KBR LOGCAP 3 Water Project Mission-Camp Anaconda, Dec. 2007
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Master Electrician / Electrical Inspector – EXP Federal, Bagram AF and TB Dwyer, Afghanistan 2015 – Present
In March 2018, accepted position as (AO) Area of Operations Lead, Senior Electrical Inspector for the Task Force Power contract, supervising all electrical inspectors and their daily activities at all locations in Afghanistan.
Performing all duties as project manager and QA/QC manager when those personnel are out of theatre on R&R. Listed on all documents as alternate for project manager.
Serve as site lead at Tactical Base (TB) Dwyer since Jan. 2016; continuing to perform all previous duties.
Inspect all electrical systems for U.S. military bases in Afghanistan (permanent and portable).
Examine all Non-Density buildings, structures and facilities to effectively catalog and document all issues such as infrared photography on transformers and panel boards, voltage and amperage readings, and code analysis.
Consistently inform Base Command of life, health and safety concerns to quickly identify and alleviate threatening conditions as rapidly as possible.
Assist in creating a systematic diagram of all electrical systems as built; disseminating all data to the Army Corps of Engineers.
Owner / President – New South Electrical, Inc., Zebulon, NC 2014 – 2015
Controlled daily operations of electrical contracting company to best service residential and commercial clients.
Secured and maintained a respectable reputation as a full-service electrical provider in the competitive residential and commercial contracting market.
Directed all phases of the electrical contracting firm (accounting practices to field operations) while serving in full-time supervisor position with GMH Electrical Co., Inc.
Electrical Foreman / Supervisor – GMH Electrical Co, Inc., Lucama, NC 2011 – 2015
Oversaw all phases of electrical projects (all sizes and durations).
Installed electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures; testing complete electrical systems and circuit continuity.
Electrical Foreman / Journeyman Electrician – KBR, LSA Anaconda / Camp Bucca, Iraq 2007 – 2010
Troubleshot, solved problems, and made decisions while successfully guiding others through constant changes.
Worked extensively on grounding and bonding teams and with personnel from Task Force Safe to significantly reduce the number of fire and electrical incidents occurring for service members deployed to Iraq.
Frequently assisted in all phases of project management such as proactively conducting technical inspections, determining labor/material estimates, supervising project personnel, and meeting with QA/QC after completion.
Took over for Electrical General Foreman/Superintendent frequently; effectively running entire electrical division.
Collaborated with Electrical Superintendent and Operations, Maintenance and Logistics (OM&L) management team on a daily basis to ensure high quality of work and deliver a better product to the client.
Electrical Foreman – GMH Electrical Co., Inc., Lucama, NC 2004 – 2007
Administered and coordinated simultaneous activities on multiple projects.
Coordinated projects with subcontractors and other site supervisors; ensuring on-time project completions.
Owner – The Cleaning Team, Inc., Raleigh, NC 2002 – 2004
Governed daily and long-term operations of residential and commercial cleaning contracts.
Electrical Foreman – Allen R. Wood, Inc., Benson, NC 1999 – 2002
Supervised planning, administration, coordination and implementation of very large commercial projects.