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Manager Electrical

Location:
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Posted:
May 24, 2019

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JOHANN GERHARD HEISSENBERGER

Mobile: +27-76-083-****

Email: ac9f81@r.postjobfree.com

Citizenship: South African & Austrian

Driver’s license: Code 14 - Truck

INTRODUCTION

I am a Qualified Plumber by Trade and have 15+ years combined working experience in Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Plumbing that includes new installation and all Plumbing maintenance. I obtained my Trade certificate (Red Seal) in South Africa through the Department of Higher Education and Training in 2012. In addition to my Plumber trade I’ve had practical Fitter and Turner training for eight months in Austria. I also have good general understanding of mechanics and machinery and with the required tools at hand I see fit to maintain or repair anything mechanical. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Employer: Imperial Plumbing & Electrical Period: 1 April 2018 – 15 March 2019 Last position: Plumbing Team Leader 45 Hours a week I am responsible for all Plumbing works at a new building development at Surrey Hills, Midrand in Johannesburg. Employer: Tradesman 24/7 trading as Customer Loyalty Consultants Period: 1 May 2017 – 31 August 2017 Last position: Plumber & Insurance Assessor 45 Hours a week I was responsible to ensure client call out problems. I assessed and ensured quotes were done efficiently and effectively where after I proceeded with the plumbing task at hand.

● All general plumbing maintenance

● Liaise with call Centre regarding claims logged

● Liaise with clients to arrange appointments

● Fault finding & quotations

● Building Quotations

● Prepare invoicing

● Liaise with call Centre to determine access fees

● Proceeded with plumbing job required after quote was accepted Employer: Status Plumbing CC (Contracted to Stefanutti Stocks) Period: 1 July 2016 – 30 April 2017 Position: Site Manager 45 Hours a week

● Managing site & supervision of general workers

● Assist with Geberit cistern installations

● Stock control & stock orders

● Pressure testing, fault finding and assessment

Employer: Monarch Building Supplies Period: 1 February 2016 – 30 June 2016 Position: Building Supply Salesman & Head of Plumbing 45 Hours a week

● In charge of Plumbing stock control

● Building Quotations

● Building invoicing

Employer: The Drain Cleaners CC Period: 1 March 2013 – January 2016 Position: Plumbing Supervisor 45 Hours a week

● Installation, fault finding and repair of geysers and components

● Installation, repair and unblocking of soil and waste drainage systems (concrete, PVC, CI, EW)

● Installation and alterations on PVC and galvanized guttering(GMS)

● Cutting, deicing and installation of galvanized pipework on residential and commercial piping systems and fire water systems using appropriate tools.

● Waterproofing and installation of roof/cavity flashings

● Installation and repair of copper pipelines using solder and compression fittings. Pipe sizes varied from 15mm to 108mm copper tube.

● Installation of sanitary ware: toilets, basing, baths, showers

● Building of manholes and making connections to municipal sewer system

● Testing of drains

● Installation of HDPE, Coprax, multilayer and UPVC piping system, fusion machines, crimping tools and /or glue

● Interpretation of building plans

● Quotations

Employer: Anethic Solar Heat CC Period: 1 September 2012 – 28 February 2013 Position: Technician Foreman - 6-month contract 45 Hours a week

● Waterproofing and installation of roof/cavity flashings

● Cutting, deicing and installation of pipe work

● Solar Panel Installation

● Pipe work as well as inspection thereof

Employer: M3H Projects CC (Optic Fiber Network Installations) Period: 1 March 2012 – 31 August 2012 Position: Site Supervisor – 6-month contract 45 Hours a week

● Attend daily planning meetings and report back

● Assist with compilation of the Daily Diaries

● Site Managing on any shared plant and equipment requirements

● Advise Site Manager of any consumable shortages

● Collate drawings and allocate work among foremen

● Consistently ensure effective task allocation

● Consistently and accurately prioritize work

● Provide regular and accurate progress reports

● Organize and plan tools and equipment deployment

● Organize and plan the most effective use and application of available materials

● Consistently ensure required material is available on site

● Ensure material reaches correct destination by liaising closely with stock controllers

● Re-prioritize work in the event of stock shortages

● Notify material controller of any shortages

● Ensure all material is always safely stacked barricaded

● Ensure all special equipment theft precautions are made Employer: The Drain Cleaners CC Period: 1 January 2008 – 28 February 2012 Position: Plumbing Foreman 45 Hours a week

● All general plumbing maintenance at University

● Installation, fault finding and repair of geysers and components

● Installation, repair and unblocking of soil and waste drainage systems (concrete, PVC, CI, EW)

● Installation and alterations on PVC and galvanized guttering (GMS)

● Cutting, deicing and installation of galvanized pipework on residential and commercial piping systems and fire water systems using appropriate tools.

● Waterproofing and installation of roof/cavity flashings

● Installation and repair of copper pipelines using solder and compression fittings. Pipe sizes varied from 15mm to 108mm copper tube.

● Installation of sanitary ware: toilets, basing, baths, showers

● Building of manholes and making connections to municipal sewer system

● Testing of drains

● Installation of HDPE, Coprax, multilayer and UPVC piping system, fusion machines, crimping tools and /or glue

● Interpretation of building plans

● Client quotations

Employer: Water for Africa CC Period: 1 October 2006 – 31 December 2007 Position: Water Purification Technician 55 Hours a week, inclusive of weekends

● Client quotations

● Installation of water purification systems

● Client Services - Maintenance and repairs of water purification systems Employer: Burgess & Partners Plumbing Services CC Period: 1 August 2004 – 30 September 2006 Position: Plumbing Technician 45 Hours a week

● All Plumbing related work

● Reading of drawings to work out quotations and install pipes according to measurements on the plan for pipe and sanitary ware

● Cutting pipes, threading of pipes with appropriate tools and assembling thereof

● Cutting, bending and soldering of copper pipes

● Repair and maintain of washers, stopcocks, gate valves and master flow valves

● Fitment of all plumbing sanitary ware e.g. geysers, basins, baths, showers

● Unblocking blocked pipes and drains

● Fixing of burst pipes

Employer: JO Construct CC Period: 1 June 2004 – 31 July 2004 Position: Maintenance Foreman – Temporary assignment 45 Hours a week

● General maintenance work and managing thereof

● Repairing showers, floors, sinks, walls, tiles, carpets and roofs

● Performing General Maintenance work of the building, grounds and equipment incl. electrical, carpentry, plumbing, masonry, and painting tasks

● Repairing door hinges, cleaning plugged key slots, changing filters on ventilating, heating and air conditioning

● Repairing minor repairs, troubleshooting and adjustment of locks on cabinets, closets and desks Employer: A.T.E. Plumbing & Electrical CC Period: 1 April 2004 – 31 May 2004 Position: Foreman – Temporary contract _ 45 Hours a week

● Assist with general maintenance work and managing thereof

● Monitoring daily activities and delays

● Consistently ensure effective task allocation

● Consistently and accurately prioritize work

Employer: Kleynhans Plumbers CC Period: 1 October 2003 – 31 March 2004 Position: Foreman – 6-month contract _ 45 Hours a week

● Burst water pipes

● Drain blockages

● Breakdowns in hot water services and supplied appliances

● Storm or fire damage

● Hot water (Geyser) installations

● Manages preventative maintenance programs for major equipment and building components

● Provides assistance and consulting services to building tenants for electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and other tasks

● Ensures buildings meet safety, fire and disability code requirements

● Deliveries / Collections of plumbing material

Employer: DJ Plant Hire CC (New Road Construction) Period: 1 March 2003 – 31 September 2003 Position: Foreman 45 Hours a week

● Monitoring daily activities and delays

● Attend daily planning meetings and report back

● Assist with compilation of the Daily Diaries

● Site Manager on any shared plant and equipment requirements

● Advise Site Manager of any consumable shortages

● Consistently ensure effective task allocation

● Consistently and accurately prioritize work

Employer: Farm - Ipswich Town - United Kingdom Period: 1 November 2002 – 28 February 2003 Position: Pheasant & Partridge Caretaker 50 Hours a week

● Ordering food supplies

● Feeding of birds twice daily

● Cleaning bird cages

Employer: ExtraMan Recruitment / Labor Brokers

Kensington, London Period: 1 May 2002 – 31 October 2002 Position: General Worker - 6-month contract 40 Hours a week

● Clean and prepare construction sites by removing debris, garbage, and trees. Load and unload building materials

● Operate large powered machinery and equipment (e.g., saws, drills, grinders, blowtorches, pressure cleaners, jackhammers).

● Operate construction-related equipment (e.g., driving trucks or forklifts/manlifts).

● Mixing cement, sand, and water with a concrete mixer

● Setting, pouring, leveling, and forming concrete

● Control traffic passing near work areas by directing with signs, barricades, and traffic cones

● Dig ditches or trenches using shovels, picks, and jackhammers Pursued Further Studies in Austria Period: March 2001 to April 2002 Employer: Lightning Protection & Construction (Surge Protection For MTN masts, SA Mobile network) Period: 1 July 1998 – 28 February 2001 Position: Technician Supervisor – Ruanda contract 60 Hours a week

● Mast Installations

● Exothermic Welding (Connecting Earth Rods with Graphite Moulds by using Exothermic Powders)

● Design, supply and installation of lightning protection and earthing systems, complying with the relevant codes of practice and specifications

● Full consultancy services including certification

● Risk Analysis in accordance with relevant codes of practice

● Soil resistivity surveys and earth testing

● Lightning and surge / overvoltage protection – all types of systems

● Specialized earthing systems

● Maintenance of existing protection systems

● Inspection & testing for insurance purposes

● Supply of lightning protection materials and products including surge arresters

● Inspection or audit of the earthing and lightning protection systems

● Safety Equipment / Arc Fault Protection – safety equipment that ensures safe work on electrical installations of power supply systems, electric railways and industrial plants Employer: Stuarts Transport Period: 1 January 1998 – 30 June 1998 Position: Load Master 40 Hours a week

● Wait for the arrival of raw material

● Inspect the received goods, inform the manufacture

● Load the goods on to the trucks for delivery,

● Perform an inspection as the trucks are leaving. Employer: Ekstrakon CC - (Surge Protection for Vodacom masts, SA Mobile network) Period: 1 August 1996 – 31 December 1997 Position: Site Supervisor 40 Hours a week

● Mast Installations

● Exothermic Welding (Connecting Earth Rods with Graphite Moulds by using Exothermic Powders)

● Design, supply and installation of lightning protection and earthing systems, complying with the relevant codes of practice and specifications

● Full consultancy services including certification

● Risk Analysis in accordance with relevant codes of practice

● Soil resistivity surveys and earth testing

● Lightning and surge / overvoltage protection – all types of systems

● Specialized earthing systems

● Maintenance of existing protection systems

● Inspection & testing for insurance purposes

● Supply of lightning protection materials and products including surge arresters

● Inspection or audit of the earthing and lightning protection systems

● Safety Equipment / Arc Fault Protection – safety equipment that ensures safe work on electrical installations of power supply systems, electric railways and industrial plants Employer: Magnolia Auto Services Period: 1 August 1995 – 31 July 1996 Position: Quality Controller 40 Hours a week

● Customer services

● Vehicle roadworthiness test checks

o Identification and documentation.

o Electrical systems

o Fittings and equipment (including mirrors, safety belts, etc.) o Braking system

o Wheels including tyre condition

o Suspension and undercarriage

o Steering

o Engine

Employer: Telkom (Vodacom masts – Lightning protection) _ Period: 1 April 1995 – 31 July 1995 Position: Site Supervisor 40 Hours a week

● Mast Installations

● Exothermic Welding (Connecting Earth Rods with Graphite moulds by using Exothermic Powders)

● Design, supply and installation of lightning protection and earthing systems, complying with the relevant codes of practice and specifications

● Full consultancy services including certification

● Risk Analysis in accordance with relevant codes of practice

● Soil resistivity surveys and earth testing

● Lightning and surge / overvoltage protection – all types of systems

● Specialized earthing systems

● Maintenance of existing protection systems

● Inspection & testing for insurance purposes

● Supply of lightning protection materials and products including surge arresters

● Inspection or audit of the earthing and lightning protection systems

● Safety Equipment / Arc Fault Protection – safety equipment that ensures safe work on electrical installations of power supply systems, electric railways and industrial plants Employer: DJ Plant Hire - New Road Construction Period: 1 December 1994 – 30 March 1995 Position: Driver / Supervisor 40 Hours a week

● Gravel works, new roads

● Traffic control on site

● Truck Driver

o Transport finished goods and raw materials over land to and from manufacturing plants o Inspect vehicles for mechanical items and safety issues and perform preventative maintenance o Plan routes and meet delivery schedules

o Document and log work/rest periods and kilometers spent driving and retain fuel/toll receipts o Input “macros” into our automated system for each stage of the loading and unloading process o Comply with truck driving rules and regulations (size, weight, route designations, parking and break periods) as well as with company policies and procedures

o Maneuver trucks into loading or unloading positions o Collect and verify delivery instructions & report defects, accidents or violations EDUCATION

SECONDARY QUALIFICATIONS

High school Grade 11 - 1994

TERTIARY QUALIFICATIONS / COURSES ATTENDED

Type of Training Date & Institution

German Language 2001 – Venetia Institute

Fitter & Turner – Practical competence 2001 – Burgenlandischen Schulungzentrum Neutal Austria Benchmark (Theoretical Hot Water Geyser 2009 – Kwikot South Africa Steam / Gas Course Training Program 2010 – Spirex Sarco South Africa Coprax Training Program (Pipes & Fittings) 2011 – Coprax South Africa Plumbing Trade Certificate - NQF Level 3 2012 – Olifantsfontein (Red Seal, PIRB registered) Geberit Concealed Cisterns 2016 – Geberit South Africa (Pty) Ltd Basic Fire Fighting Training – NQF Level 2 2017 – NK Skills Training Development COMPUTER LITERACY

MS Office: Excel, Word & Outlook

REFERENCES

DJ Plant Hire : Dawie Bezuidenhout +27-82-927-****/ +271*-***-**** Kleynhans Plumbers : Johan Kleynhans +27-78-493-**** A.T.E. Plumbing CC : Deon van Deventer +27-82-417-**** The Drain Cleaners : Conan Doyle / Robbie Hendricks +27-72-749-**** / +27-79-881-**** Burgess & Partners : Lea Smith +27-86-075-****

JO Construct : Johan O’ Connell +27-83-458-****



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