Paul W. Gould
Fairmont, MN 56031
734-***-**** • firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for a career change. Safety oriented with a good work ethic. Willing to travel and/or relocate. I have a U.S. Passport and a valid Driver’s License.
Climb and Rescue Certified
TorcUP® Hydraulic Multiplier
SlingMax® Lifting and Rigging
OSHA 10 Hour Industry Safety
Basic First Aid/CPR
Power Generation Technician Curriculum
Michigan Institute of Aviation & Technology (MIAT) March 2009 – February 2010
Wind Turbine Operation and Design
Electrical System Protection and Distribution
Hydraulic Fundamentals and Operation
Lubrication Systems and Cooling
Composite Identification and Inspection
Gear Systems Operation and Design
Power Plant Monitoring and Instrumentation
Power Plant Troubleshooting
Power Plant Equipment
Water Treatment Fundamentals
Turbine Engine Operation
Turbine Engine Overview
Turbine Engine Maintenance, Overhaul and Troubleshooting
Turbine Designs and Instrumentations
Non- Destructive Testing/Inspection
Power Technology History & Familiarization
Materials and Processes
Precision Measuring Devices
Tools and Safety
Welding (TIG & MIG)
System One/Mitsubishi Power Systems, Alpha, MN September 2010 – Present
As a wind technician, performed O&M (500hr. and annual electrical, mechanical, and greasing maintenance). Assisted in pre-commissioning and commissioning of Mitsubishi 2.4 MW turbines. Experience with climbing, climb and rescue, lifting and rigging, winching, and LO/TO.
A123 Systems, Livonia, MI June 2010 – August 2010
Production Operator that developed and manufactured advanced lithium ion batteries, battery systems for the transportation and electronic grid systems. Operated, monitor and maintained manufacturing and assembly equipment and processes. Maintained equipment, performing preventative maintenance operations.
Lear Corporation, Romulus, Michigan September 1993 – June 2008
Experience with manufacturing operations including: Building, Inspection, Quality Control, Process Improvement, and Control Methodologies of advanced fast page production company. Monitored charts and work orders to determine production requirements and evaluate product output. Trained and Mentored new employees (including management at times) on Operating Procedures and Safety. Received recommendation letter from upper management, due to outstanding work ethic, input, and attitude. Also selected to help with start up and operations of 2003 assembly line. Lear was awarded the “Gold” and “Gold Pedastar” awards for top automotive supplier to Chrysler.
United States Navy, USS Iwo Jima (LPH-2)
Machinist Mate Fireman (MMFN), Norfolk, Virginia March 1991 - March 1993
Knowledge of steam propulsion and auxiliary systems. Operated and maintained various pumps, machinery, and components of engine and fire rooms. Performed preventative maintenance checks. Took and analyzed Lube Oil samples. Earned advanced level watch station and damage control qualifications. Awarded “Letter of Appreciation” from commanding officer for dedication to duty and job performance.