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Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Posted:
December 06, 2018

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PRIVATE

& CONFIDENTIAL

CURRICULUM VITAE

OF

ANDRIES JOHANNES HENDERIK ESTERHUIZEN

PERSONAL DETAILS

NAMES

:

Andries Johannes Henderik

SURNAME

:

Estehuizen

KNOWN AS

:

André

IDENTITY NUMBER

:

710-***-**** 08 8

NATIONALITY

:

South African

HOME LANGUAGE

:

Afrikaans

OTHER LANGUAGES

:

English

RESIDENTIAL AREA

:

North-West

CONTACT DETAILS

:

060-***-****

NOTICE PERIOD

:

None

DRIVER’S LICENCE

:

Code 14

SKILLS

:

MS Word, MS Excell, E-mail, Internet

EDUCATION

NAME OF INSTITUTION

:

Rhodesfield Technical School

LEVEL ACHIEVED

:

N3, Matric

SUBJECTS

:

Afrikaans First Language

English Second Language

Mathematics

Science

Electrician Workshop

Technical Drawing

YEAR COMPLETED

:

1989

TERTIARY EDUCATION

NAME OF INSTITUTION

:

Spoornet

LEVEL ACHIEVED

:

Level 3, Master Artisan

SUBJECTS

:

Sequence power test and fault finding

Bogie examination

Examine Traction Motor

Select a wheel set

Electronic project

Removal of broken stud.

Overhaul proportional vale

YEAR COMPLETED

:

1993

EMPLOYMENT RECORD

NAME OF INSTITUTION

:

Palm Valley Inn

POSITION HELD

:

Maintenance and barman

PERIOD OF SERVICE

:

14 September 2018 – till date (Temporarily)

DUTIES:

a)Maintenance of electrical, mechanical and plumbing equipment

b)Repairing of electrical, mechanical and plumbing equipment

c)Replaces Light Bulbs

d)Set up and tear down chairs, tables and equipment in meeting room.

e)Repairing all broken fixtures

f)Barman

NAME OF INSTITUTION

:

Transnet Engineering Coligny

POSITION HELD

:

Master Artisan

PERIOD OF SERVICE

:

1 September 2011 – 1 March 2018

DUTIES:

g)Examine locomotives/equipment to establish work to be performed and arrange accordingly what needs to be repaired/modified

h)Ensures locomotives are tested on completion and handed back to service

i)Arrange for components/equipment to be available that needs to be changed-out or repaired

j)Fault Finding

k)Find root cause

l)Repair fault

m)Test locomotives

n)Build and wire control panel, 3 phase contactors, remove and repair of contactors holders, high voltage switches, relays, electronic control panels, resistors, pneumatic air valves, rewiring of control panels and cubicles, gas cutting, welding braze, grinding of varies equipment, test of relays, switches, test and repair of power modules, consist of diodes, zener diodes, resistors

o)Call outs to repair electric locomotives in section

NAME OF INSTITUTION

:

Transnet Engineering Ermelo

POSITION HELD

:

Acting Technical Superintendent, Backshop, UFL

PERIOD OF SERVICE

:

25 November 2014 – 25 February 2015

DUTIES:

p)Managing a sub-system within a locomotive repair and maintenance depot in order to support the pre-determined goals of the traction organization

q)Identify training needs

r)Arrange training

s)Conduct performance appraisal

t)Give feedback and develop staff accordingly

u)Attend daily production meetings

v)Obtain checklist/stoplist to establish what scheduled maintenance to be perform from the production manager

w)Match man with task

x)Consult Checklist/stoplist for the scheduled work to be performed

y)Arrange for locomotives to be placed in designated areas

z)Arrange of scheduled maintenance to be conducted

aa)Examine locomotives/equipment to establish work to be performed and arrange accordingly what needs to be repaired/modified

bb)Ensures locomotives are tested on completion and handed back to service

cc)Arrange for components/equipment to be available that needs to be changed-out or repaired

dd)Plan, organize, supervise and control manpower, machines, material and systems throughout

ee)Complete all relevant documentation/statistical forms

ff)Sigh off all relevant documentation/statistical forms

gg)Conduct spot checks, quality and work standard inspections

hh)Establish stock requirements and adjust if necessary

ii)Examine received material/stock

jj)Dispatch scrap metal

kk)Arrange for components to be purchased from the private companies via planning office

ll)Examine change-out material

mm)Write requisitions

nn)Control valuable metal

oo)Completion of time sheets, leave roster, RK1 Forms, work orders, all documentation relevant to NOSA, quality and statistical forms, monthly reports, Transmed matters, and pay queries

pp)Co-ordinate safety team/representatives

qq)Ensure workplace complies with NOSA standards

rr)Conduct safety talks

ss)Ensure staff comply with safety standards and report unsafe conditions

tt)Investigate injury on duty cases and make recommendations

uu)Issue safety clothing and ensure all designated items are worn

vv)Sign all relevant AMD forms as per laid down instructions

ww)Complete quality plan

xx)Fault Finding

yy)Find root cause

zz)Repair fault

aaa)Test locomotives

bbb)Build and wire control panel, 3 phase contactors, remove and repair of contactors holders, high voltage switches, relays, electronic control panels, resistors, pneumatic air valves, rewiring of control panels and cubicles, gas cutting, welding braze, grinding of varies equipment, test of relays, switches, test and repair of power modules, consist of diodes, zener diodes, resistors

ccc)Call outs to repair electric locomotives in section

ddd)Standby for callout for breakdowns of derailed locomotives, wagons, private mine equipment

NAME OF INSTITUTION

:

Transnet Rail Engineering Ermelo

POSITION HELD

:

Technical Superintendent, Backshop, UFL

PERIOD OF SERVICE

:

2 January 1990 – October 2009

DUTIES:

a)Managing a sub-system within a locomotive repair and maintenance depot in order to support the pre-determined goals of the traction organization

b)Identify training needs

c)Arrange training

d)Conduct performance appraisal

e)Give feedback and develop staff accordingly

f)Attend daily production meetings

g)Obtain checklist/stoplist to establish what scheduled maintenance to be perform from the production manager

h)Match man with task

i)Consult Checklist/stoplist for the scheduled work to be performed

j)Arrange for locomotives to be placed in designated areas

k)Arrange of scheduled maintenance to be conducted

l)Examine locomotives/equipment to establish work to be performed and arrange accordingly what needs to be repaired/modified

m)Ensures locomotives are tested on completion and handed back to service

n)Arrange for components/equipment to be available that needs to be changed-out or repaired

o)Plan, organize, supervise and control manpower, machines, material and systems throughout

p)Complete all relevant documentation/statistical forms

q)Sigh off all relevant documentation/statistical forms

r)Conduct spot checks, quality and work standard inspections

s)Establish stock requirements and adjust if necessary

t)Examine received material/stock

u)Dispatch scrap metal

v)Arrange for components to be purchased from the private companies via planning office

w)Examine change-out material

x)Write requisitions

y)Control valuable metal

z)Completion of time sheets, leave roster, RK1 Forms, work orders, all documentation relevant to NOSA, quality and statistical forms, monthly reports, Transmed matters, and pay queries

aa)Co-ordinate safety team/representatives

bb)Ensure workplace complies with NOSA standards

cc)Conduct safety talks

dd)Ensure staff comply with safety standards and report unsafe conditions

ee)Investigate injury on duty cases and make recommendations

ff)Issue safety clothing and ensure all designated items are worn

gg)Sign all relevant AMD forms as per laid down instructions

hh)Complete quality plan

ii)Fault Finding

jj)Find root cause

kk)Repair fault

ll)Test locomotives

mm)Build and wire control panel, 3 phase contactors, remove and repair of contactors holders, high voltage switches, relays, electronic control panels, resistors, pneumatic air valves, rewiring of control panels and cubicles, gas cutting, welding braze, grinding of varies equipment, test of relays, switches, test and repair of power modules, consist of diodes, zener diodes, resistors

nn)Call outs to repair electric locomotives in section

oo)Standby for callout for breakdowns of derailed locomotives, wagons, private mine equipment

pp)Transporting Bulldozers, cranes etc. on lowbed to Breakdowns

COURSES COMPLETED

a)Health and Safety Representative Training Course – 4 April 1995

b)Knorr-Bremse Brake Course (including vigilance and J-System) – 15 March 1996

c)Duties of Forklift Operator – 28 July 1997

d)10E1 Course – 17 – 18 November 1997

e)Elementary Fire fighting Course – 13 October 1998

f)Defensive Driving K53 Code EC(14) (Practical) – 2 – 20 October 2000

g)Environmental Awareness Course – 21 June 2001

h)Incident Investigation Training – 14 March 2002

i)SHE Representative Course – 4 April 2002

j)Basic Trade Union Representative Training Course – 28 – 29 October 2002

k)Duties of a Front end Loader (Rubber wheel Bulldozer) Operator – 4 December 2002

l)Duties of Steel track Bulldozer operator – 4 December 2002

m)Rolling Stock Electrical Instructions 2000 – 23 – 25 June 2005

n)Duties of Breakdown Rail Crane Operator – 20 February 2004

o)Lion Alcometer Models AlcoBlow & SD-400A/P Operator – 5 June 2007

p)Navigator’s Course – 15 – 18 July 2008

q)Knorr-Bremse Brake Course – May 2011

REFERENCES

Christel/Chrissie (Manager at Palm Valley Inn) 012-***-****

Koos Geringer (Asset Manager) 083-***-****

Anton Nel (Depot Engineer) 083-***-**** 017-***-****

Benjamin Vorster 083-***-**** 018-***-****

PERSONAL PROFILE

1.Integrity, Perseverance and Independent

2.Self confidant and responsible

3.Results orientated

4.Inspire Trust

5.Pro-Active

6.Safety Orientated

7.Meticulous



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