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Las Vegas, NV
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32hr
Posted:
October 30, 2018

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Darth Lander

Master Electrican /Facilities Engineer

Las Vegas, NV 89117

ac7j6o@r.postjobfree.com

Cell 702-***-****

COVER LETTER

Facilities Engineer who is detail and results-oriented and possesses an exceptional commitment to quality and service.skills

HVAC/Boiler construction services/computer controls knowledge Strong mechanical and electrical skills Electrical equipment maintenance Chilled water systems/Construction and Maintenance Architectural and electrical drawings interpretation lnterior and exterior renovation Project-Management

PLC Controlled conveyor systems

Skilled Property Maintenance-Apartments-Homes-Buildings C10 Electrical Contractor CA - High / Low Voltage Specilist B General Building Contractor CA

OSHA 30 Construction Safety and Health NV

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Solid Cable Technician

Verigent, LLC - Las Vegas, NV

July 2018 to Present

CONTRACTED TO : GDT Networking Division

Running and Terminating CAT 5/6 cable

Installing WAP’s

Master Electrician (Contract)

TCP TOP PROSPECT CONSULTING - Las Vegas, NV

May 2018 to June 2018

CONTRACTED TO : INTRAWORKS FIRE ALARM & VIDEO SURVEILANCE LAS VEGAS DIVISION Energy, Security & Safety Systems

Installation, maintenance and testing of electrical systems for commercial, residential and industrial locations.

Operate equipment, power operated tools, hydraulic benders, power pullers

-Pull and terminate CAT5/CAT6 cable

-Mount and Install CCTV cameras

-Rack and Stack

•CAT5/CAt6:

•CCTV:

Read and work of blueprints, schematics and plans

Facilities Engineer (90 Day Contract)

Caesars Entertainment - Las Vegas, NV

January 2018 to April 2018

501 Journeyman Engineer proficient in all engineering disciplines as listed: Plumbing - Soft soldering, Sil Phos brazing, pipe threading machine, estimating, layout and fabrication of plumbing systems, cast iron pipe, steam and condensate systems Welding - Steel, stainless steel and aluminum

Electrical - low and high voltage, conduit, troubleshooting Refrigeration - low, medium and high temp, central and remote systems Central Plant - chillers, pumps, air compressors and controls Boiler Plant - steam production, hot water production, pumps and controls Maintenance and repair of commercial kitchen equipment Working knowledge of Stero, Garland, Cleveland, Gore, Hobart, Cutler and Blodgett Kitchen Equipment

Journeyman electrician card

Perform all mechanical, plumbing and electrical maintenance throughout the property.

•Troubleshoot mechanical, electrical and plumbing problems.

•Install or re-direct electrical circuits as needed.

•Complete work orders.

•Install new layouts for all gaming tables as required.

•Walk daily routes and make necessary repairs.

•Re-lamp throughout property as necessary.

•Installs, maintains, programs and repairs telecommunications hardware, associated LAN/WAN/ networking hardware/software, various electronic equipment and wiring per specifications, codes, standards and operational procedures

•Installs phones, kiosk, video terminals, WAP’s, tablets and other required . Journeyman Electrician (On Call)

Eastridge Workforce Solutions - Las Vegas, NV

November 2017 to January 2018

CONTRACTED TO : SWITCH DATA SYSTEMS

Highly skilled electricians to work at different construction sites throughout southern Nevada! Installation, maintenance and testing of electrical systems for commercial, residential and industrial locations.

Operated equipment, power operated tools, hydraulic benders, power pullers Must read and work of blueprints, schematics and plans Commercial Electrician (On Call)

Peopleready Staffing - Las Vegas, NV

August 2017 to November 2017

CONTRACTED TO : SANDS CONVENTION CENTER

Executed plans of electrical wiring for lighting and other electrical systems Install electrical apparatus, fixtures and equipment for alarm and other systems Install safety and distribution components (e.g. switches, resistors, circuit-breaker panels etc.) Connect wiring in electrical circuits and networks ensuring compatibility of components Prepared, assemble, and bend conduits and connect wiring through them Perform effective troubleshooting to identify hazards or malfunctions and repair or substitute damaged units

Supervisor / Master Electrician (On Call)

Manpower Staffing - Las Vegas, NV

November 2016 to August 2017

CONTRACTED TO : Las Vegas Hotels Conventions CS - Sands - Mandalay Bay - South Point - Sam Boyd Stadium - Thomas and Mack Stadium - Sun Coast - Bellagio - Aria - Caesars Palace - The Venetian - Four Seasons

Responsible for troubleshooting PLC electrical system concerns

• Installation of electrical wiring and providing power on new projects

• Assist in infra-red survey and repairs to systems

• Understand building codes as it relates to OSHA and Fire Department

• Proficient in electrical systems and preventative maintenance Set Ups and Tear Downs of Show Equipment

Maintenance Technician Supervisor/Manager

LSI Industries - Los Angeles, CA

November 2005 to May 2016

Installed, maintained, and recommended appropriate field solutions for electronic products. Trained end-users on electronic controllers.

• Tested, repaired, and maintained computer-related industrial electronic control systems and electrical components.

Installed and repaired various Solar Systems types and sizes including liquid and battery plug an play

• Interpreted electric schematics and mechanical layouts to diagnose equipment problems.

* •Preparing computers for deployment - unboxing new equipment, imaging the hard drive, initial startup and configuration of the operating system.

•Installation of gate computers - backing up user data, removal of old equipment, install of new equipment.

•Replacement of gate monitors

•Installation of gate readers - update firmware on the new reader, removing old reader, swapping the cabling.

• Proficient in electrical conduits, wiring for power, controls and lighting.

• Upheld and repaired solenoids and regulators on co-generation systems.

• Maintained and repaired boilers, chillers, air handlers, DIW, IWW, scrubbers and closed-loop systems.

• Installed, tested, and modified circuit breakers, controls, fuses, lights and motors. Apartment Maintenance - Handyman Services

Resident Home Building and Maintenance Services

PLC Airports Controlled Baggage Conveyor Systems /Flying Tigers/Delta LAX PLC Brewery Controlled Packaging and Labeling Conveyor Systems Budweiser PLC Fuel Feed Controlled Conveyor Systems - Refineries Arco - Chevron - Union Oil

Facility - Property - Apartments Management- Maintenance Services - Construction Project Management - Contractual Services - On Site Equipment Training Foreman / Lead IT Technician

RHODIA INC - Chemical Plant (Regeneration Acid Plant ) - Carson, CA September 2003 to November 2005

• Serviced systems for air handling, hydraulic, electrical, valves, circuits, and pumps.

• Repaired warning signal devices such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, alarm bells, and manual call points.

•Preparing computers for deployment - unboxing new equipment, imaging the hard drive, initial startup and configuration of the operating system.

•Installation of gate computers - backing up user data, removal of old equipment, install of new equipment.

•Replacement of gate monitors

•Installation of gate readers - update firmware on the new reader, removing old reader, swapping the cabling.

• Installed machinery, equipment, and new replacement parts. PLC Programing

Bailey PLC Acid Plant Process Control Systems

Automated Loading/Unloading Railcar and Truck Racks Electrician /Electronic Technician/Project Management {Western Division) Rapac Network International RNI - New York, NY

August 1995 to September 2003

• Computerized Fleet Management Systems.

• Installed, repaired, and tested electrical and electronic systems.

•Preparing computers for deployment - unboxing new equipment, imaging the hard drive, initial startup and configuration of the operating system.

•Installation of gate computers - backing up user data, removal of old equipment, install of new equipment.

•Replacement of gate monitors

•Installation of gate readers - update firmware on the new reader, removing old reader, swapping the cabling.

Installed in City - State - Telephone Co.and Large Fleet Vehicle Systems Allen Bradley PLC Programing

California - Nevada - Washington - Utah - Arizona

Lead Electrical Instrumentation Controls Technician Instrument Specilist Company ISC - Downey, CA

August 1988 to September 2003

• Performed fire alarm system installation and repair.

• Maintained and repaired tools, equipment, and machines.

• Connected and disconnected wiring, piping and tubing. Tested and maintained computer-related industrial electronic control systems and electrical components

Process Controls Equipment - Level, Pressure, Flow / Installing, Calibration,Testing

•Preparing computers for deployment - unboxing new equipment, imaging the hard drive, initial startup and configuration of the operating system.

•Installation of gate computers - backing up user data, removal of old equipment, install of new equipment.

•Replacement of gate monitors

•Installation of gate readers - update firmware on the new reader, removing old reader, swapping the cabling.

HVAC Controls

PLC Airports Controlled Baggage Conveyor Systems

Refinery Fuel Feed Conveyor Systems

Chevron - Arco - BP - Union Oil - Rhodia Chemical - Fetcher Oil - Shell - Lead Electrical Instrumentation Controls Technician Federal Paper Board Co - Los Angeles, CA

November 1983 to August 1988

PLC Programing

HVAC - Chiller Repair

Process Controls

Performed fire alarm system installation and repair Inspected and tested refrigeration systems, safety devices and controls. Gas Powered GE CO-Generation Station Maintenance

PLC Controlled Paper Board Conveyor Folding systems PLC Controlled Paper Board Raw Feed and Paper Roll/Unload Conveyor Systems

•Preparing computers for deployment - imaging the hard drive, initial startup and configuration of the operating system.

•Installation of gate computers - backing up user data, removal of old equipment, install of new equipment.

•Replacement of gate monitors

•Installation of gate readers - update firmware on the new reader, removing old reader, swapping the cabling.

Paper Board Manufacturing Machine Controls Maintenance Paper Board Printing Machines Maintenance

Rotogravure Printing Machine Cooling Systems

Mele Printing Machines

Electrical Instrumentation Controls Technician

Alpha Therapeutic Corporation - Los Angeles, CA

December 1981 to November 1983

Repaired warning signal devices such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, process alarms Repaired air handlers and makeup air units.

•Preparing computers for deployment - unboxing new equipment, imaging the hard drive, initial startup and configuration of the operating system.

•Installation of gate computers - backing up user data, removal of old equipment, install of new equipment.

•Replacement of gate monitors

•Installation of gate readers - update firmware on the new reader, removing old reader, swapping the cabling.

PLC Programing

HVAC Controls/Chillers

PLC Controlled Conveyors Systems

Blood Plasma Process Control Systems

Maintenance Facility Engineering Technician

Jet Propulsion Laboratory - NASA - Pasadena, CA

January 1980 to December 1981

Installed machinery, equipment and new and replacement parts Renovated plumbing and HVAC systems.

Repaired Air Handlers and Return Air Units Controls 100 - 1000 Ton Chillers - Trane, York, Carrier

PLC Logic HVAC Controls

Instrumentation Controls Programing

Space Flight UPS Management and 2 Back Up Natural Gas Diesel Generators Boiler Controls Management Systens

Appliance Technician P/T

Layer Electric Co - Dayton, OH

January 1974 to January 1980

Residential - Commercial - Industrial

Installations - Service - Repairs

Microwave Ovens/Gas/Electrical - Ranges - Hotplates - Ovens - Refrigerators - Fryers - Washer/dryers - Food processors - Mixers - Coffee Makers - Food Heaters

•Preparing PLCs for deployment - unboxing new equipment,initial startup and configuration of the operating system.

•Installation of gate PLCs - backing up user data, removal of old equipment, install of new equipment.

•Replacement of gate monitors

•Installation of gate readers - update firmware on the new reader, removing old reader, swapping the cabling.

Automatic Doors - PLC Controlled Conveyors - Automatic Moving Floors Homes - Supermarkets - Restaurants - Airports - Hotels Lead Journeyman Electrician

City of Dayton - City of Dayton, OH

April 1974 to November 1979

1. Traffic Light Controller Repairman

•Maintain, repair and install all types of street lighting Installs and removes, repairs and rebuilds, tests and maintains traffic control devices (electro- mechanical and electronic). Work involves fabricating, programming and calibrating test equipment and testing devices used in the shop as well as performing heavy construction in the field. Installs secondary service for street lighting and signal systems. Performed all aspects of in-shop and on-site installation and maintenance of the City’s traffic control devices.

•Installs, maintains, tests and repairs mechanical, electrical, and electronic traffic control equipment including loop systems, video detection, signal coordination, traffic preemption systems and other signal devices.

•Uses lift truck to clean, inspect, maintain and repair all pole and mast mounted equipment and traffic signal heads in the streets and around traffic.

•Installed signal spans, cables, street lighting and signal mounted signs.

•Installed electrical fixtures on utility poles and light standards, installs conduit, measures and rigs and/or pulls cable, splices and solders cable ends, tags, and lays underground cable.

•Replaced light standards, installs and rebuilds traffic control signals including digging trenches, jacking conduit through ground, digging holes for signal standard bases, installing standards and heads, pulling in wires, and splicing in pull boxes.

•Programed and upgraded controllers as directed.

•Tested, diagnosed, and repaired traffic signals and other traffic control equipment damaged in accidents, installing new equipment, cables and rewiring as necessary.

•Disassembles, cleans, inspects, repairs, reassembles, tests, diagnoses and adjusts traffic controllers and related traffic equipment and related facilities.

•Prepares and maintains work orders/records pertaining to traffic signals and city owned streetlights.

•Reviews engineering plans and schematics for traffic signal and streetlight installations or modifications.

2. Maintenance Electrican - Facility maintenance

Tested, troubleshot and calibrated equipment in the shop and in the field. lnstalled two-way radios in city vehicles.

Operation of Television,Audio and Projection equipment. City hall Meetings, Concerts and Conventions completed necessary repairs at various sites. City Jails safety lock systems installation and repairs City Internal Phone Systems installation and repair

•Preparing computers for deployment - unboxing new equipment, imaging the hard drive, initial startup and configuration of the operating system.

•Installation of gate computers - backing up user data, removal of old equipment, install of new equipment.

•Replacement of gate monitors

•Installation of gate readers - update firmware on the new reader, removing old reader, swapping the cabling.

3.Lineman - Power Line Technician

Installed, repaired and maintained overhead and underground electrical power lines and auxiliary equipment.

Installed telephone and power poles steel and wood. Traffic systems wiring installation and repair.

Parks sports fields lighting installation and repair Strung, spliced, transferred and sags wire in energized or de-energized circuits and connects wires and transformers as specified or directed. Regularly works above ground on poles or steel towers using climbers and safety belt or operating man lift equipment, boom truck or other specialized equipment.Used a variety of underground locating and fault finding equipment. 2. Routes or re-routes power lines over, under or around existing lines and structures, regularly working above, on, or in close proximity to energized lines. Used a variety of "hot line" tools and makes use of rubber gloves, line hoses, mechanical jumpers, fiber guards, blankets and other protective devices as specified. Worked on all voltages as required throughout the system.

Installed, removed, transfers, maintains and/or repairs cross arms, pins, insulators, guys, transformer and switch racks and other overhead pole and Underground Residential Distribution (U.R.D.) equipment using a variety of hand tools, equipment and power tools. Installed and removed transformers, including primary and secondary current transformers and self- contained meters; cut-outs, disconnecting switches, circuit breakers and other overhead line and U.R.D. devices, rigging block and tackle where necessary or working with ground crew and winch to raise or lower equipment.

Installed street and area lights, working with primary and secondary voltages.Changed transformer locations on maps.

Performed line switching or sectionalizing as directed. Performed emergency repairs, phases and connects circuits under load; performs load checks and balances feeders as required.

Inspected lines, poles and equipment for signs of damage or wear and reports deficiencies. Assists in carrying poles, digging holes, piking and guying poles and other such operations involved in the setting or replacing of poles; erecting steel towers. Required valid commercial driver's license (CDL), first aid certification, competency in CPR and pole top rescue.

4. Lead Journeyman Electrician - Water department E/l maintenance lnstalled machinery, equipment and new and replacement parts. Connected and disconnected wiring, piping and tubing. Referred to blueprints, repair manuals and parts catalogs to diagnose and repair equipment. Frequently diagnosed mechanical problems and determined how to correct them. lnspected drives, motors and belts.

Recorded type and cost of maintenance and repair work. Serviced systems for air handling, hydraulic, electrical, valves, circuits and pumps. lnstalled conduit pipes for instrument transmitters. Programmed Allen Bradley PLC process controls for Fresh water and waste water systems Repaired warning signal devices such as smoke detectors, heat detectors, alarm bells and manual call points.

Evaluated service team members performance each quarter. lnstructed team members on maintenance policies and procedures. lmplemented long range planning and budget recommendations. Performed fire alarm system installation and repair. Maintained shop, company equipment and inventory.

Completed daily inventories of supplies and equipment. Followed up on all outstanding service requests.

Created a database of all equipment models and serial numbers lnterpreted electric and electronic schematics and mechanical layouts to diagnose equipment problems.

Updated and modified components and systems to improve operation. Troubleshot telemetry system inputs and outputs to water control computer system. Repair PLC Controlled Conveyor Furnace feed systems Installed,repaired and tested PH Water PC/PLC controlled systems. Water pumping stations local/remote - water wells -above ground/underground tanks level and pressure system calibrations as needed...

Electronic Technician

US NAVY - Fleet, VA

August 1969 to September 1973

Installation - Service - Repair of Radar and Communications Equipment Flight Operations, Missions, Trainings

Education

Associate Degree in Electrical/Electronic Studies in Electronics/Electrical Radar and Communcations

Great Lakes Naval Training Center - Naval Training Center, IL, US Diploma in PLC / Computer Programing in PLC / Computer Programing Foxborough Instrumentation School - Foxborough, MA Dipolma in PLC Logic,Controls and Programing

Bailey Educational Center - Livermore, CA

Diploma in Programing Process Controls

Fisher Porter Instrumentation School - Warminster, PA Diploma in Automation Process Controls

Allen Bradley Automation School - Dayton, OH

Diploma in Analytical Process Controls

Rosemont Analytical School - Irvine, CA

Dipolma in Electrical Construction and Maintenance IBEW - Dayton, OH

Military Service

Branch: US NAVY

Service Country: United States

Rank: E4

1969 to 1974

Awards

U S NAVY AMERICAN SERVICE

1970

USS FORESTALL CVA 59

Egypt - Israeli War

1970 Six-Day War

Certifications/Licenses

C10 Electrical Contractor CA

1990

Electrical

Description

With an electrical contractor license you will be able to place, install, erect or connect any electrical wires, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, conduits, solar photovoltaic cells or any part thereof, which generate, transmit, transform or utilize electrical energy in any form or for any purpose. B General Building Contractor CA

1991

General Building

Description

A California general building contractors license allows a contractor to build a house or a shelter as long as framing or at least two unrelated trades are being performed. For example, general contractor cannot bid and perform on a project that only requires electrical work to be performed, but general contractor may subcontract this work to a licensed electrician. If the project requires electrical and plumbing, now general contractor can bid and perform on this contract. As a general building contractor you may not take any contracts that involve only one trade, unless the one trade is framing or the work is being subcontracted to a specialty contractor specializing in that trade.

OSHA 30 Construction Safety and Health NV

2017

30 Hour Construction Safety Topics

OSHA, construction training provides an overview of the OSHA organization and its goals, as well as specific safety information for a variety of topics. Training must include five hours on the four main hazards facing construction workers. These include falls, electrical shock, falling objects, and trench hazards. An additional six hours are dedicated to personal protective equipment, health hazards, and ladders. The instructor may choose from a range of elective topics to fill the remainder of the time. 30 Hour General Industry Safety Topics

The general industry safety certificate covers worker safety in the industrial and manufacturing fields. The first two hours of this course cover general OSHA information, including employee and employer rights. Ten hours are dedicated to walking and working surfaces, fall protection, protective equipment, materials, and hazard communication. The balance of the program can be tailored towards the audience based on specific industry hazards. These topics may range from auto or equipment safety, agricultural or logging hazards, or dangers related to the medical field. Journeyman Construction Electrician

1978

City of Dayton

Electrical License

Clark Lift Equipments Driving Training

Small, Medium, Large

Standing Lift

Walking Lift

Fork Lift

UNION 501

ENGINEERING UNION 501

Additional Information

REFERENCES

1.Top Prospect Consulting;

Eric Laganelli

Email : ac7j6o@r.postjobfree.com

Phone-646-***-****

2.Caesars Entertainment

Robert Prochnow

Email : ac7j6o@r.postjobfree.com

Phone-702-***-****

3.Eastridge Workforce Solutions

Daisy Salgado

Email : ac7j6o@r.postjobfree.com

Phone-702-***-****



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