Jobsite Inspections Safety Management Quality Control
Results-driven and accomplished professional with a recent certification in Building Inspections. Proven expertise in job safety management, construction, equipment operation, and quality control within marine environments, with the transferable safety, process improvement, and operations skills to succeed in numerous sectors. Dedicated to continuous quality improvement with experience testing, troubleshooting, and equipment qualification. Communicative, reliable, and analytical. OSHA 10 Certified.
Testing & Troubleshooting
Quality Assurance & Control
Data Management & Reporting
Jobsite Safety Optimization
EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS
Building Inspection Certificate, Construction Management, June 2018
Edmonds Community College
Received a full scholarship from previous employer, EJB Facilities, to attend and complete a Building Inspection Certificate from Edmonds Community College.
Mastered jobsite safety management, building code compliance, blueprint reading, materials and methods, erosion control, flagging, safety plan administration, building inspection, business communications, and human relations.
Analyzed data and interpreted findings into resolutions to complex business issues, mastering skills in construction graphics, cost estimation, strategic planning, information modeling, and computers in construction.
Utilized analytical tools to make executive decisions that advance organizational missions.
Certifications & Licensure:
OSHA 10 Certification
CAT3 Qualified Crane Operator
CDL Class B Licensure
Multiple Heavy Equipment Operation Certificates
EJB Facilities, 2007 – 2014
Led the set-up, testing, repair, and continuous maintenance of rigging for ships, shipyards, and construction projects, ensuring completion of maintenance projects within strict time and budget constraints.
Maximized site safety through safety process management, quality control, and site monitoring.
Interpreted blueprints, layouts, and schematics to determine and install necessary machinery and equipment.
Todd Shipyard, 1998 – 2006
Quickly mastered and selected appropriate cables, ropes, pulleys, winches, blocks, and sheaves in alignment with load weight and size, reducing losses of productivity and redundant workflow.
Performed crane testing and certification to ensure functionality and minimize incidents or equipment failure.
Initiated collaborations to streamline processes for positions heavy machinery.
PSNS, 1987 – 1996
Operated various machinery and equipment, including 10-ton forklift, man-hoist, flatbed trucks, trailers, cranes, hydraulic tools, and power and hand tools to ensure project completion.
Qualified as a Journeyman in Rigging and Millwright Level Trades, possessing critical HVAC, Electrical, and Mechanical skills.