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Electrical Power Plant

Location:
Corpus Christi, TX
Posted:
March 20, 2020

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Marco Gonzalez

**** **** ***** **** ***. #F*, Corpus Christi, Tx, United States Phone: 361-***-**** Email: adcdu5@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION FALFURRIAS HIGH SCHOOL Diploma

**** – 2004 Falfurrias high school, Diploma (2004)

-Refinery/Electrical Industrial Experience: 10 yrs Class A CDL 9+yrs

EXPERIENCE PICKETT SYSTEMS

Corpus Christi,

TX

06/2018 – 08/2019 Electrician Journeyman

Collect, analyze and summarize data and prepare daily reports and work orders Interface with outside vendors and/or contractors for technical assistance and troubleshooting Operates industrial truck to move parts or equipment to other work areas Perform all job duties in a safe manner and obey all safety policies and procedures Perform all job duties within ISO standards

Perform basic mechanical and electrical troubleshooting Perform electrical wiring and sroldering for electrical machine control panels Perform other duties as may be assigned

Performs other duties as requested by supervisor

Possess/develop comprehensive knowledge of entire product and services portfolio and routinely consult with both customer and field sales force

Proactively analyze a situation and make frequent technical decisions based on specifications and electrical codes and standards

Provide PM and maintenance on circuits, transformers, electrical panels, lighting, etc Provide feedback to manger of technician performance and any customer concerns Working knowledge of PLC and motor control troubleshooting Working knowledge of Distributive Control Systems (DCS) RABALAIS CONSTRUCTORS Corpus Christi, TX

04/2016 – 09/2017 Electrical Journey Man Level III Evaluates complex functions and malfunctions in power plant electrical and/or electronic systems, develops solutions, and takes corrective action

In addition, perform and complete other work as assigned by supervisor Inspect, assemble, install, and repair all electrical AC and DC circuits, systems, switchgear, motors, and other electrical equipment throughout the plant

Manufacturing Department and General Plant to achieve organizational annual plan. Minimise downtime in production and utility areas

Occasionally lift, carry, push and pull up to 50 pounds of supplies of varying types Perform other duties as assigned

Ordering of parts and supplies as a courtesy to individual production departments Performs maintenance and rebuilding of major equipment such as electrostatic precipitators and turbine- generators

Plan, prioritize, and complete work in most efficient way while working in accordance with all city, state, and federal electrical codes

Provides project oversight as determined by engineers and/or management Tracking incoming work orders scheduling work, and professionally managing the requestor’s expectations as to when work will be completed based on the priority of the work, and again when closing the work order Troubleshooting and repair of equipment

Understand load calculations and other electrical formulas Working knowledge of electrical standards (NEC, NFPA 70E/79, UL, ISO, etc.) Working knowledge of the following areas: all assigned equipment, solid state circuitry, electronics, electrical-mechanical devices, transmission systems, interface units, AC/DC motors, wiring diagrams and schematics, Signode strapper, video jet, computers, and inspection and digital devices. Knowledge of hazardous material handling, working in confined spaces and other safety practices, and basic knowledge of national electrical code (NEC)

JPS SUPER CHOKES Mathis, TX

01/2014 – 03/2015 Hydraulic Choke Operator

Operated duties to optimize unit performance including timely process adjustments, sampling and process monitoring on temperatures, viscosity of chemicals flowing from the well transfer fluid from tank to tank Review, improve, and develop procedures (startup, shutdown, maintenance, operating) to ensure safety Communicated in writing with JSA to ensure safety of teammates and myself Daily tasks included daily inspection of equipment making sure equipment is certified and re-tested prior to job task and is 100 percent job ready

Use of forklift for loading and unloading equipment from third party haulers, rig-up manifolds, in line valves, threaded pipe lines and hydraulic/pneumatic hoses Zero lost time incidents were recordable during employment

Adjust equipment & repair/replace defective parts components or systems according to scopes of work Assists in the instruction and training of others as requested by supervisor Actively participates in continuous improvement initiatives Follows scopes of work within time constraints to meet established delivery targets Keep clean work area

Perform other job functions as necessary

Performs duties in a safe, efficient manner in compliance with safety rules and regulations Responsibility to identify and report any unsafe work habits, workplace incidents and / or near misses Strong troubleshooting and problem solving abilities

Test and check hose assemblies per shop procedures FORBES ENERGY COIL TUBING Pleasanton, TX

01/2013 – 01/2014 Pump Operator/Coil Operator

Ensure that all regulations, policies and guidelines for health, safety and environmental control are followed Maintain all equipment utilized on location fluid pump, coil tubing unit etc Operate hydraulic systems to rig-up/rig-down coil tubing units and fluid pump units Also flanging up/down wellhead equipment and blow out preventers Perform routine inspections, trouble shooting, and maintenance on all equipment used on location during shift and until job task was completed

As a coil operator trainee I used downhole tools to regulate hydraulic system pressures and controls, and kept written logs of downhole pressures, weights, and barrels per minute Interacted with supervisors, tool pushers and company man in a fast pace environment where communication is key

Accurately gauge production tanks on a daily basis Attend and participate in all safety meetings

Develop an awareness to look for ways to optimize production Perform work in a manner that ensures the secure and environmentally safe operation of all wells and leases for which pumper is responsible

Report any safety violations to immediate supervisor Report complete production data in TOW

Review all repair procedures and methods to ensure that safety hazards and environmental impact are minimized

Review amp readings to ensure pump units are in balance Troubleshoot and repair day-to-day operational issues WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL Alice, TX

07/2012 – 01/2013 Hydraulic Fracturing Equipment Operator Safety tail gate meeting prior to start up shift, unit maintenance including pump side and upkeep onsite rig- in/rig-out

Maintenance of iron inventory sand truck operation, pneumatic air can and belly dump conveying belt trailers Assisted in completing all inspections, and completed all exercises relevant to HSE work procedures and practices for the job

Ensured adherence to operational policies and procedures to achieve safety objectives, identified and raised hazard ID reports when unsafe practices or conditions were observed, assisted in making locations for third parties to spot frac tanks and worked with them to set a location Coordinated movement and spotting of sand kings on location, set containments to prevent unwanted spills, oversee any location cleanup required by weatherford or customer Evaluated operational status and maintenance of sand kings and other equipment to complete the job task at hand.

WHETHERFORD COIL TUBING San Antonio, TX

01/2011 – 07/2012 Pump Operator

Drove equipment year round to and from job-sites around the Texas regions and if required out of state Operated all tools and equipment utilized on location, maintained usable nitrogen, fluid and chemical inventories on location

Created and maintained a complete accurate and updated job log Obtained working knowledge and understanding of the operation and maintenance of equipment and performed hourly checkups to ensure all equipment was fully functional and in good working conditions while performing the job task

Received hands on training and knowledge on how to operate the fluid pump RABALAIAS I&E Corpus Christi, TX

11/2007 – 12/2010 Electrical Apprentice

Worked in commercial and industrial electrical work Read and interpreted blue prints

Accept direction from supervisors

Assisting with troubleshooting electrical components, wiring diagrams, transformers, motors, panels, and circuit

Connect wiring to circuit breakers, transformers, lighting fixtures, thermostats, intercoms, signaling systems, power equipment, or other components

Constructing controllers and panels, using power drills, drill presses, taps, saws and punches Cooperate with others when in a team environment

Examining electrical units for loose connections and broken insulation and tighten connections, using hand tools

Follow work rules and procedures

Lifts, positions, and fastens objects

Maintaining a clean and organized work area, tools, and equipment Measuring, cutting, and bending wire and conduit, using measuring instruments and hand tools Safely utilizing hand and power tools after proper training (Drills, Crimpers, Cutters, etc.) Tracing out short circuits in wiring, using test meter Works closely according to detailed instructions

Works under immediate and close supervision according to standard instructions and established Gian Abalos

361-***-****

Eric Mirelez

361-***-****

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Roy Gutierrez

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Ramiro Lopez Jr.

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