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Electrical Apprentice

Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Posted:
January 18, 2017

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Rupesh (Ricky) Kumar

acycos@r.postjobfree.com

(416) ***-****

I am a graduate from George Brown College, where I received my 309 Electrical certificate in Electrical, Construction and Maintenance and am looking for an Electrical apprenticeship position.

I am willing to show you my dedication and hard work while learning and getting the job done. I have my own tools and transportation which allows me to travel from site to site, if required.

As you will notice from my resume I have worked in a variety of fields, from commercial to residential. Here I:

Spliced cables

Ran conduit piping

Fished wires and cables to and from the main box

Drilled holes in ceilings to establish pot lighting

Followed blue prints/drawings in order to effectively execute repairs/installation of electrical equipment

Provided additional support as needed, such as heavy lifting, ladder work and moving/lifting heavy equipment/supplies.

Furthermore, I am a friendly person who works well with others, as well as on my own, a hard worker, someone who doesn't mind getting my hands dirty to get the job done and with the appropriate exposure to an apprenticeship, will be a great asset to you, and to this organization I would appreciate your review of my resume attached and welcome the opportunity to have a conversation and interview at a convenient time for you.

Thank you,

Ricky Kumar

Rupesh (Ricky) Kumar

acycos@r.postjobfree.com

(416) ***-****

CAREER OBJECTIVE

I want to establish myself in an Electrical apprenticeship where I can contribute effectively to my employer's business success while gaining the necessary experience and skills to qualify as a Construction & Maintenance Electrician.

PROFILE

I have completed my 309 Certificate in Electrical Construction and Maintenance, successfully passing both theoretical and practical components of the program;

I have obtained my Fall Arrest and WHIMIS certifications;

I am highly motivated and enthusiastic, I enjoy learning, readily acquiring new skills;

I am a results-driven and self-motivated individual who has excellent self-management skills;

I work well either on my own or as part of a team, with good communication skills. I also have considerable experience in dealing with customers and suppliers.

EXPERIENCE

ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE SEPT – PRES 2016

Various Contractors, Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton Ontario

Responsibilities:

●In both a Commercial and Residential setting - splicing, joining and connecting wires

●Running conduit piping and fishing wires and cables to main box

●Following blue prints/drawings in order to effectively execute repairs/installation of electrical equipment

●Providing additional support as needed, such as heavy lifting, ladder work and moving/lifting heavy equipment/supplies.

ELECTRICIAN MAY – SEPT 2016

ATEC, Brampton, Ontario

Responsibilities:

●Mapped out connection plan

●Connected and test wires and LED lights to structure and boards

●Performed various electrical support as needed

ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE MAR – APR 2016

GMJ Inc, Brantford, Ontario

Responsibilities:

●In a Commercial setting - spliced, joined and connected wires

●Ran conduit piping and fished wires and cables

●Performed various electrical support as needed

EDUCATION

GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE (TORONTO) 2014 - NOVEMBER

Certificate in Electrical Construction and Maintenance 309

Certificate in Electrical Construction and Maintenance (George Brown College, graduated Nov. 2104).

ELCL 9005 Electrical Construction and Maintenance I – This course covered Ohm's Law, series and combination circuits, two-wire distribution, line loss, power efficiency, wire calculations, batteries, magnetism, electromagnetism, induction, three-wire distribution and Electrical Safety Code regulations;

ELCL 9006 Electrical Construction and Maintenance II - This course covered two main areas of electrical circuits: DC (direct current) and AC (alternating current). The DC section covers problem solving associated with magnetic energy, generators and motors. The AC section covers AC generation, series and parallel circuits, power factor correction and single-phase transformers. This course uses a blended learning approach that incorporates both in-class and online instruction. The majority of the course was held in class with a teacher; the remaining hours involve self-directed online work;

ELCL 9065 Pipe and Conduit Bending - This course involved both theory and practice and covered the geometry and mathematics of pipe bending associated with electrical installations in buildings. Used electrical metallic tubing (EMT) conduits to complete accurate, professional work with minimum waste;

ELCL 9085 Electrical Construction and Maintenance III - This practical course taught basic wiring and troubleshooting of electrical circuitry. Understand the construction and operation of various kinds of electrical equipment (switches, receptacles, fuses, lights, batteries, coils, transformers), and studied the Canadian Electrical Code requirements as they apply to residential occupancies;

PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE

MAIL ROOM CLERK JAN 2006 – JAN 2016

TD Bank, Mississauga, Ontario

MAIL ROOM/PRINT FLOATER MAR 2005 – 2006

Implex, Toronto, Markham, North York Mississauga, Ontario

DISPATCHER SEPT 2004 – MAR 2005

West Minister Courier, North York, Ontario

LEAD HAND, SHIPPING/RECEIVING MAY 2000– SEPT 2004

Faces Cosmetics, Vaughan, Ontario

SKIDDER / MATERIAL HANDLER 1995 - 1999

Polytainers, Etobicoke, Ontario

MAIL ROOM CLERK 1999 - 1999

Manpower, Downtown Ontario



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