Paul Mark Milanese
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Cell: 416-***-**** ● Email: email@example.com
Diligent and detail-oriented professional with expertise in commercial and industrial electrical systems. Able to successfully install, maintain and repair interior and exterior wiring systems, transformers, switching equipment, relays, motors and other electrical systems. Proven ability to complete large projects under budget and within given timeframes and/or ahead of schedule, ensuring all safety guidelines are adhered to. Dedicated and dependable individual who takes great pride in his work and seeks to instill this strong work ethic in others. Demonstrated ability to work well in a team-driven environment, as well as independently and unsupervised.
Areas of expertise include:
Circuit Breakers & Transformers
Commercial & Industrial Construction
Service, Repair, & Maintenance
Climate Control Systems
LICENSING & CREDENTIALS
Journeyman Electrician License (309A) - 2009
Master Electrician License - 2014
WHMIS Training – 2019 (Current)
Fall Protection – 2017 (Current)
Working from Heights – 2019 (Current)
G Driver’s License – (Clean Abstract)
Security Clearance (Purple RAIC) – 2018
Black and Macdonald – Toronto, ON 11/2003 – 06/2019
Install, operate, and energize breakers, transformers, switchgears, disconnects, and other related substation construction equipment. Extensive experience with fire protection systems, pumps, fans, and gas detection systems. Supervise all phases of construction work including racking, bending and installing conduit and necessary electrical components. Install control wiring, gas circuit breakers, switchgear, regulators, batteries, and rectifiers. Perform preventative measures to ensure a smooth-functioning electrical system. Estimate necessary materials and maintain inventory and record of used supplies. Accurately prepare cost estimates.
Mentored an apprentice electrician; advised on proper safety procedures (Occupational Health and Safety) and methods for maximizing productivity, efficiency, and quality. Able to successfully provide work direction and training.
Responsible for overseeing and managing other tradespersons and contractors
Black and Macdonald – Toronto, ON (Pearson Airport) 12/2018 – 05/2019
Installed and tested an 800-amp distribution panel for gate upgrades. Performed testing, repairs, wiring, and regular maintenance within the airport including baggage areas, conveyor systems and tarmac operations. . Estimated tools and equipment needed for various jobs. Assessed and solved client issues as they arose ensuring a high level of customer service.
Successfully collaborated with other electricians and sub-contractors to complete large projects ahead of schedule and under budget
References Available Upon Request