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Customer Service Information Technology

Location:
Kingston Parish, Jamaica
Posted:
October 20, 2016

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Dexter Pusey

Greenvale District; Mandeville P.O.; Manchester

Contact Number: 570-2756

Email: acw5nl@r.postjobfree.com/ acw5nl@r.postjobfree.com

Objective

To utilize my knowledge and skills to influence a forward driven organization in a positive way while gaining vital experience to be a productive employee.

Education

Caribbean Maritime Institute

Associate Degree in Industrial Systems, Operation and Maintenance (ADISOM)

Electrical Engineering Science

Electrical Machines

Industrial Chemistry

Mathematics

Mechanical Engineering Science

Workshop Processes and Production

College English

Electronics

Production System

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Fluid Mechanics

Mobilization of Fluids

Fuel Technology

Engineering Ethics

Management

Instrumentation and Control

Computer-aided Design (CAD)

Material Technology

Welding Technology

Bachelor Degree in Engineering Systems (B.Eng.) (Pending)

Research Methods

Engineering Mathematics

Computer Programming

Management for Engineers

Renewable Energy

Manufacturing Processes

Probability and Statistics

Operations Management

Computer-aided Manufacturing (CAM)

Energy and Fluid Flow

Industrial Electronics

Microcontrollers

Project Management

Dynamic Noise and Vibration

Obtained eight (8) subjects at the CSEC level and six (6) subjects at the CAPE level.

CSEC

English Language (One)

Mathematics (One)

English Literature (Two)

Electrical and Electronic Technology (Two)

Technical Drawing (Two)

Information Technology (Two)

Physics (Three)

Chemistry (Three)

CAPE

Caribbean Studies (Three)

Communication Studies (Three)

Physics I (Five)

Physics II (Five)

Information Technology (Four)

Electrical and Electronic Technology (Four)

Work Experience

Universal Auto Limited (July to August 2012)

For Universal Auto Limited, I took the responsibility of checking inventory such as engines, engine parts, automobile parts and accessories and ensuring that valid customer service is presented at all times.

GGAPRO Construction (New York) (June to August 2013)

For GGAPRO Construction, I assisted in home improvement and renovation around Brooklyn and Manhattan. On one such occasion, I, along with the staff, remodelled an entire restaurant in Harlem.

Blair All Services (Florida) (June to August 2014)

For Blair All Services, I installed and maintained electrical wiring systems at homes and apartments around Florida.

NMIA Airports Limited (June to July 2015)

This period was spent at NMIA for CMI’s internship program. At NMIA, I worked with the electrical maintenance team. With the team, I responded to various electrical problems in and around the airport and formulated suitable solutions to curb them. I have also installed a lighting system at one of the airports substations.

WINDALCO Ewarton Works (August 3 to 28 2015)

This period was spent as part of WINDALCO’s Summer Internship Program. At WINDALCO Ewarton Works, I took the responsibility of overseeing and closing work orders. A work order is defined as a specific task given in and around the plant and varies from chemical, electrical or mechanical backgrounds. Once the work order is complete, it is my duty to make sure that the computer system identifies that specific order and state whether the job is completed or pending.

WINDALCO Ewarton Works (June 16 to August 15 2016)

This period was spent as part of WINDALCO’s Summer Internship Program. At WINDALCO Ewarton Works, I took the responsibility of updating the daily schedule of tasks done at the plant; via the Machine Shop. These tasks range from mechanical to electrical to welding responsibilities. I also took responsibility for updating the pump database system, in which different pumps at different stations are recorded, along with their entity number, impeller size, revolutions-per-minute (RPM), etc.

Awards Received

Holmwood Technical High School - Outstanding Leadership (2012)

Extra-Curricular Involvement

Holmwood Technical High School

Prefect (2008-2009)

Senior Prefect (2009-2011)

School Choir (2010-2012)

Head Boy (2011-2012)

Caribbean Maritime Institute

One of the founders of Caribbean Maritime Institute Adventist Fellowship (2015-)

Rotoract Club (2012-)

Interests

Singing

Playing Sports

Reading

Writing Poetry

Listening to Music

References

Lawrence Nalty

Work Shop Supervisor/ Lecturer

Caribbean Maritime Institute

Norman Manley Highway,

Palisadoes Park, P.O. Box 8081

Kingston

924-8150/398-9104

Andre Subron

Lecturer

Caribbean Maritime Institute

Norman Manley Highway,

Palisadoes Park, P.O. Box 8081

Kingston

924-8150/463-6980



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