Michael W. Seiberling
Produced welded-steel torque tubes, drive struts, and drilled components for use in commercial solar energy fields for five years in a production setting.
Installed, diagnosed, and repaired residential heating and cooling systems for 13 years in my previous career in HVAC.
August 2019- October 2019 Katerra Construction, through Aerotek. Worked repairing defects in prefabricated walls.
May 2018-April 2019: ATCO Rubber Products, Phoenix, AZ. Worked on machines producing flexible air ducts.
September 2017-April 2018: Accelerant, Inc., Leominster, MA. Worked in a food processing plant.
October 2012-July 2017: Gestamp Solar Steel, Surprise, AZ. Worked on the crews of drilling machines, robotic welding machines and the tube mill. Operated bridge and gantry cranes and performed general labor.
April 2011-September 2012: Ace Air Conditioning, Phoenix, AZ. Worked as an HVAC service technician troubleshooting and repairing residential HVAC systems.
December 1998-February 2011: Hillis Corporation, Tewksbury, Massachusetts. Worked as an HVAC service technician installing, troubleshooting, and repairing residential HVAC systems.
In-plant training at Gestamp Solar Steel.
New Hampshire Community Technical College, Manchester, NH (2001-2003). Individual courses in electricity for HVAC.
Perfect attendance record at most jobs I have had.