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Electrical Power Plant

Location:
Simpsonville, SC
Posted:
February 18, 2020

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Pearson, Keith L.

*** ******* **** **

Simpsonville, S.C. 29681

864-***-****

adbue5@r.postjobfree.com

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QUALIFICATION

SUMMARY: Over sixteen years of military and civilian experience involving management, maintenance, repair, precision, and operational testing of various electrical systems.

AREAS OF

EXPERTISE: AC/DC Motors; electro-hydraulic systems; air conditioning/heating systems; electrical installation; troubleshooting and repair of PLC systems; motor controllers; electrical safety; electrical motor rewinding and lighting distribution.

EXPERIENCE: U.S. Navy Electrical Technician

From: March 17, 1997 to November 7, 2010

Experienced in preventative and corrective electrical maintenance on the following equipment:

3 phase and single phase AC/DC plant equipment

Power and lighting circuits, switches, and fuse boxes

Ammeters, voltmeters, ohmmeters and other test equipment

Motors, generators, controller, and related power distribution equipment

Alarm systems and other power monitoring equipment

Familiar with Windows XP, Vista, Microsoft Excel Certification

From: September 2004 to February 2006 Work Center Supervisor

Managed and supervised six technicians in the Electrical Department

From: November 2006 to March 2008 Work Center Supervisor

Managed and supervised five technicians in the electrical Department

From: November 2008 to March 2010 Work Center Supervisor

Managed and supervised four technicians in the electrical Department

From: August 2011 to March 2013 Huntington Ingalls Industries NNSY

Served as an electrician onboard in-service and pre-commissioned U.S. Naval ships as well as new construction. Accomplished the rip-out, repair, and installation of all electrical systems, equipment, cables, conduit, distribution panels, motors, motor controllers, including radar equipment and ac/dc distribution equipment.

From: November 2013 to May 2014 BMWMC (BMW Motor Corporation)

Employed in the tech scholar program working as a production associate in the body shop, paint department, and assembly.

From: April 2015 to May 2015 Home Depot

Employed as a freight team member stocking and staging store merchandise in the warehouse and sales floor.

From May 2015 to November 2015 BMWMC (BMW Motor Corporation)

Employed as a logistics associate staging and delivering parts to the production and assembly lines in the plant.

From November 2015 to April 2018 United States Postal Service Processing and Dist.Ctr.

Greenville, S.C.

Employed as a Mail Handler Assistant sorting, loading, and staging mail to be processed and sent out for distribution.

From May 2018 to July 2018 Smith Engineering and Construction Company

Employed as an Industrial Electrician building and installing electrical communication installations

EDUCATION:

1991 Phillips Jr. College, Computer Information Management/Programming (AAS Degree),

Greenville, S.C.

1997 Engineering Common Core, Service School Command Great Lakes, IL.

1999 Electrical Control devices, Fleet Training Center, Norfolk, VA.

2000 Underway Replenishment (UNREP) Electrical/Electronics Control Maintenance

Expeditionary Warfare Training Group, Atlantic, Little Creek Norfolk, VA.

2004 Electric Motor Rewind, Fleet Training Center, Norfolk, VA.

2007 Outside Electrical Repair, Fleet Training Center, Norfolk, VA.

2013- Greenville Technical College (Dual Degree in General Technology:Major in Mechatronics Technology-Minor in Electrical Technology) Writing and Troubleshooting PLC programs for Allen Bradley, Siemens; Familiar with RSLogix 500, Studio 5000, Understanding of Robotics programming and automation troubleshooting

LEADERSHIP:

Qualified Chief Electrical Watch/Chief of the Watch, recognized as a seasoned and top electrical

technician in the Engineering Department. Duty involved control, operation, maintenance, repair and casualty control of the engineering power plant.

TROUBLESHOOTING:

Experienced in troubleshooting of computer controlled equipment

Electro-hydraulic systems to include underway replenishment systems, mooring and towing systems, anchoring systems, elevators, doors, AC/DC motors, replacing motor bearings, electrical motor rewinding, diesel engines, galley equipment, lighting distribution, motor controllers, heating and ventilation, solid state controlled devices, generators, small boat electrical and charging systems, repairing portable electrical tools, electrical wiring and installation, outside electrical repair (residential).

COMPUTER SOFTWARE:

Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel (Certification), Microsoft Office



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