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Operator Machine

Location:
Sugar Land, TX
Posted:
August 22, 2012

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Maria P. Galvan

**** ****

Houston, TX *****

713-***-****

w9gqie@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE

Hole Watch

EDUCATION

B.S. Accounting 2013 Spring University of Houston Downtown

3rd Grade Stationary Engineering License-2001

Certificate of Completion-1st Grade Stationary Engineering 112 Hrs HCCS 2002

Apprentice Electrician TDLR State of Texas 2012

EXPERIENCES

Tyson Foods Inc.

Houston, Texas

04/2012-08/2012

Machine Operator

• Operate a line in the process slicing area, controlled the machine for different speeds and replaced film top and bottom

• Monitored weight by doing a weight scale measurements every hour

• Print tickets for inventory

• Worked in the demolding area also as an operator, removing the ham logs out from the molds and placing them in boxes

• Start first as packer in the general production side

Brock/Basic Industries

Deer park, TX

08/2006-02/2009

Scaffold Builder, Hole Watch, Insulator Helper

• Built scaffolds in confined spaces such as in tanks, reactors, boilers and towers

Built, demo, and revised scaffolds for turnarounds

• Worked in maintenance, capital and different projects

• Fill out paper work for scaffold inventory in maintenance

• Count scaffold material in the yard before shipping it out and helped organizing it

• Also participate as a confined space attendant and safety committee

• Worked as a hole watch when necessary when fixing the boilers or tanks

• Removed insulation from piping, towers, reactors and helped the lead man to cut the insulation to replaced it back

• Helped make stainless steel elbows 90’s, 45’s, etc, and bands

• Also inspected scaffolds on turnarounds before starting the shift

• Count and took inventory of material for each scaffold during expansion projects

• While working for this company I worked in five different Lyondell plants

HISD

Houston, TX

2000-2002

Plant Operator II

• Unlock the school, disarmed the alarm system, turn on the lights and boilers or the air condition

• Arrange the cafeteria tables, assist students during breakfast, clean the cafeteria

• Order supplies, materials, and equipment for custodians

• Make adjustments and minor repairs to heating, cooling, ventilating, plumbing and electrical

• Receive the mail and delivery truck

• Train new employees how to work with chemicals and machinery

• Did custodial evaluations on areas

• Stripped and waxed floors, sealed gym floors, shampoo carpets during the summer clean out

HISD

Houston, TX

1998-2000

Plant Operator I

• Lock the building, close gates, turn off the boilers or air condition, and set the alarm after everyone has left the building

• Assign schedules for night crew; distribute extra work to the crew when personnel were absent

• Train employees to use the different types of janitorial equipment for example- dry vacuum, high-speed buffers, and stripping buffers

• Mix water and detergents or solvents in containers to prepare cleaning solutions according to specifications. Steam-cleaning or shampoo carpets

• Paint walls, doors, and stairways

• Assemble desks, tables, and chairs

• Replace light bulbs, ceiling tiles, and filters as needed

HISD

Houston, TX

1991-1998

Custodian

• Clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming them

• Strip, seal, finish and polish floors

• Gather and empty trash cans

• Dust furniture

• Service, clean, and supply restrooms

REFERENCES

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