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Journeyman Pipefitter

Location:
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Posted:
March 24, 2020

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PROFILE

As an employee with flexibility in working environments from construction to

experience in office-based roles, I am looking for a full-time or contract position with a reputable company. I look forward to the opportunity to use my diverse skillset to significantly contribute to your company goals.

EXPERIENCE

JOURNEYMAN STEAMFITTER 2018 TO 2020

● Work on crew in disassembly, removal and installation of spools (3/4” to 96”)

● Complete tasks efficiently, safely and per industry standards in a timely manner

● Able to measure, cut, thread, groove, bend, assemble and install metal, plastic and fiberglass pipes, valves and fittings

● Study blueprints, drawings and specifications to determine the type of pipe and tools to use for specific tasks and projects

● Hydrostatic testing of installed piping systems

● Use rigging methods (bull or crane)to install spools, valves and other piping materials to location using slings, shackles, chainfalls and lashing

● Maintain good relations with clients and fellow employees through effective interpersonal and communication skills

● Work overtime, day and night shift to suit company needs

● Undertake tasks either in small groups or singly, depending on the complexity and safety requirements

APPRENTICE STEAMFITTER 2015 TO 2018

● Follow instructions of journeyman to learn industry practices, standards and skills

● Fabricate spools for outages, replacement and new construction (avg, 100” daily)

● Plan and conduct pressure tests as required by code and or specifications.

● Tack, grind and use basic tools of the trade under supervision of mentors

● Work on carbon, stainless and inconel piping in oil and gas industry

● Have physical strength, stamina and the use of proper lifting techniques required to manage heavy materials and stand for long periods

● Grow knowledge of functional operation of various piping system components by measuring, cutting, threading, grooving and bending of pipes, valves and fittings

● Join pipe sections, related equipment and secure in position

● Contribute to pre-job Tool Box meetings, ensure FLRA cards are completed fully as part of each job/task

WAREHOUSE WORKER 2000 TO 2006, 2019

● PROCESS RETURNS

● PERFORM GENERAL WAREHOUSE MAINTENANCE

● PICK, PACK AND RELEASE ORDERS

● ENSURE ORDER ACCURACY

● MOVING MATERIALS AND ITEMS FROM RECEIVING OR STORAGE AREAS TO SHIPPING OR TO PRODUCTION AREAS

● USING ELECTRIC DOLLY OR FORKLIFT

● CONDUCTING CYCLE COUNTING OF PHYSICAL INVENTORY

● MANAGE INVENTORY OF SHIPPING MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES

● PERFORM QUALITY AUDITS OF THE CONDITION OF SHIPPED GOODS FOR BOTH INCOMING AND OUTGOING ITEMS PRIOR TO SIGNING OFF

● ENSURE WAREHOUSE IS ACCESSIBLE AND SAFE FOR EMPLOYEE AND GUEST TRAFFIC

● MARK MATERIALS WITH IDENTIFYING INFORMATION USING APPROPRIATE METHOD

● RECORD AMOUNTS OF MATERIALS OR ITEMS RECEIVED OR SHIPPED IN THE APPLICABLE LOG BOOK COMPUTER SYSTEMS SUPPORT 2006 to 2015

● Collaborate with other department to deliver the best technological solutions

● Provide complete support for client environments including hardware, operating systems, line of business applications and network equipment

● Generate training materials and train users on the best methods for system use and maintenance

● Develop and maintain custom reports by using various reporting tools

● Keep and Maintain IT documentations

● Installing, configuring, troubleshooting, maintaining, and upgrading hardware/software

● Unified Communications (VoIP) telephony

● Mobile Devices (Cellular/Tablets)

● Printers and Multifunction devices support

● Maintain a calm and professional attitude even when dealing with stressful situations



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