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Electrical Electrician

Moncton, NB, Canada
March 25, 2021

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David Horsman

*** ***** ***** *********: 506-***-****

Moncton, New Brunswick E1E 3M3 Email: Cell: 506-***-****

A professional and experienced Chief Electrical Supervisor with a proven ability to provide high quality installations and maintenance to electrical infrastructures. I have many years of experience in the mining fields of duties, interpersonal communication and organizational skills performing various tasks, functions in an accurate and efficient manner.

Take pride in demonstrating professionalism and a strong work ethic motivated by challenge and accomplishment. This has allowed me to develop a strong background in planning, coordinating, multidisciplinary skills and problem solving abilities and experience working with a unionized and non-unionized workforce. An active and dedicated community leader and volunteer

Career Objective: To obtain a challenging position in Electrical field, or in an electrical supervisors role where my experience and skills will add value to your organization.

Skills and attributes

• Developed administrative skills and customer service skills supporting multiple departments along with different sub trades, in meeting Production targets and goals, during shaft sinking a lateral development.

• Proven ability to learn, retain and manage large amounts of detailed information seeing flaws in advance and providing effective solutions

• Highly developed organizational and prioritization skills in aligning people with the proper information and processes

• Handling of information with discretion and confidentiality as electrical supervisor

Proficient in use of Microsoft Office, Allen Bradley programing software, Power Point.

Professional Experience

TRL Mining Construction [ Jansen Lake BHP project }. Shaft Liner Feb 2020 to March 18,2020. Laid off due to Covid

REDPATH Mining Limited { Kirkland Lake Gold } Development Nov 2019 to Jan 2020

REDPATH GLOBAL / DAYAN July 2016 to Sept 2019

Electrical Superintendent

Chief Electrician / Supervisor

Workforce of 20 nationals and 12 expats

Shaft 5 sinking and equipping of shaft

Shaft 2 sinking and equipping of shaft and permanent hoisting equipment

Rope up of largest friction hoists

permanent shaft electrical works stations, e-cams, level control systems

Associated Mining and Construction Company Sept 2014 to July 2016


Shaft sinking North Shaft and headframe

Shaft sinking South Shaft

Freeze Plant

Hydrostatic liner

Cementation Canada

Chief Electrician/ Electrician Sept 2009 to August 2014

Two Cement Headframes, service and production shafts

Loading pockets

Shaft Barrel equipping

Work force of 10 electricians and sub trades

Preparation of Time sheets and scheduling

Lockout training and program design

Implementation of lock of and tag out procedures

Field level risk assessments

Job hazard assessments

Job procedure protocols

• Finally I am familiar and was responsible for the coordination of work between owners and project management firms. For example AMEC and Worley Parsons. These tasks also involved inspecting contractor’s work throughout the pre-commission and commissioning process.

PCS POTASH CORPORATION, Sussex, NB, Canada 1989 – 2008

Electrician /Company Volunteer 1989 - 2008

Electrical position required to be on an on call rotation for the hoist and regular shift rotation for the mine operations:

• Underground Electrician: This position was broad base in that you would be responding to calls for problems and troubleshooting of different mining equipment. Preparation for new construction along with miner maintenance which is part of a preventive maintenance program that supports production requirements.

• Electrical Supervisor: This position was to supply for the permanent electrical supervisor either during vacation time or other periods that required him to be away from the site.

As part of the work force with PCS in the past I felt it was very important to be part of safety, and training

I was on the safety committee for ten plus years and co-chair for three years. During this time I helped support the implementation of the SCORE process. Also during this time at PCS; Sussex were fortunate to win the National J.T.Ryan Award for lowest frequencies of Injuries in select mines

Professional Experience Continued

• PSSC Member for school district for four years in supporting decision making for curriculum and creating a five year plan for improvements to the school.

• Chaired a committee to secure funds to address the needs for disabled youth within the school by having an elevator installed. This allowed the youth to take full advantage of all school activities.

• Deacon: Member of the Board of Deacons for First Untied Baptist Church in Moncton. My duties were to implement different outreach events. I was part of the finance committee in establishing a budget and setting wages for staff.

• Chair Person for the Fields of Dreams Committee, it was dream to develop an artificial turf field in Moncton, for Bernice MacNaughton High School. This project was to secure funds from multi levels of government and of local business and individuals The estimate cost of the project was 1.5 million, to date we have secure roughly 85 percent of the funding and will begin development in the next few weeks.

Education & Training

Various internal training on computerized applications, PCS

Certificate of Completion, industrial Electrical Cert Red Seal, Construction Licenses 1988

Safety training through Work safe New Brunswick 1990

Successfully completed, 10 week welding course at NBCC Moncton 1985

Successfully completed, Train the Trainer Course at Norcat in Sudbury 2011

Successfully completed, Multiple Ontario based training accredited mining courses 2009 to present

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