Multi-skilled critical environment Electrician

Position Sought Multi Skilled Engineer
Name BH CAN-40181
Lives in Sprowston, Norwich
Qualifications  

City & guilds B Certificate

PASMA Certificate of Competence

Legionella Awareness Training Course Assessing and Recording the system

Legionella Awareness Course Process and Procedures

Operator Training for Mobile Elevating Work platform

Bs 7671

OPITO Course

Hazardous Electrical Safety Course _ Maritime Collage

Amec Safety Induction Course

M.A.P.S 2501596

 

Previous Employers XXXX
Availability 1 month
General Notes if Applicable Multi-skilled M&E maintenance engineer

 

Desired salary: £35K+

Education:

  • City & Guilds Electrical Installations B Certificate Awards received
  • Pea tans Survival Course Shell Safety Induction Course
  • 02991 Hazardous Electrical Safety Course ­ Maritime College Amec Safety
  • Induction Course M.A.P.S 2501596

Qualifications:

  • City & guilds B Certificate
  • Pea tans Survival Course
  • Shell Safety Induction Course
  • Shell Permit PICWS Cert No: 02991
  • Hazardous Electrical Safety Course _ Maritime Collage
  • Amec Safety Induction Course
  • A.P.S 2501596
  • OPITO Course
  • ECS Health and safety Assessment
  • IPAF PAL training
  • Operator Training for Mobile Elevating Work platform
  • Bs 7671
  • Inspection of safety Harnesses
  • Certificate of Contingent workers for HP
  • Legionella Awareness Training Course Assessing and Recording the system
  • Legionella Awareness Course Process and Procedures
  • PASMA Certificate of Competence
  • Safety at workplace (Full pass)

Profile:

  • I am a time-served and suitably qualified electrician with extensive knowledge of electrical legislation, codes and standards of practice. I’m experienced at installing, maintaining and testing electrical systems along with equipment in commercial and industrial environments. I am physically fit for demanding work and having my own transport and willing to travel. Possessing an in depth knowledge of safety procedures for both construction and maintenance projects
  • I am punctual and hardworking, flexible reliable, I like to achieve a high standard of workman ship I’m methodical self-motivated, I relish a challenge and I have a can do attitude, I use my extensive working knowledge to my benefit to self-deliver to any difficult tasks. I consider myself to be a team player and work well with others and would pass on my knowledge to other colleges. I’m also a good organiser, able to manage my work load without supervision and for others to do their role in the project I can motivate others to meet the challenges on deadlines, When given a task I like to see it to its completion with self-improvement, I’m always willing to go on courses and have training to further improve my knowledge and develop my skills

Employment History:

XXXX                                                               Mobile Engineer

December 2016 – Present

  • Maintained compliance with company standards to perform all maintenance activities
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance to ensure that building systems operated efficiently
  • Demonstrated professionalism and courtesy with customers at all times
  • Maintained a high standard of workmanship by using materials, tools and test equipment
  • Completed logs and reports according to established policies and procedures
  • Covering multiple locations eastern wide as a first response to reactive maintenance
  • Managing a varied workload at short notice, daily
  • Processing work orders and requests to ensure jobs are completed effectively
  • Supervising specialist contractors when attending the sites that I am responsible for
  • Building a good rapport with clients and customers to ensure excellent customer service
  • Manage customer expectations and liaise with a number of other departments to ensure timescales are delivered as promised
  • Working on a multiple of reactive jobs across the portfolio and keeping to
  • Set time scales to maximise delivery times
  • Travelling in the company van from home to the site using public roads in a professional driving and courteous manner to the other public road users

XXXX                                                               Panel Engineer

July 2016 – September 2016

  • Working in a factory environment making line production machinery for the food industry
  • Working to set schematic drawings and precursor designs
  • Fabricated large and small parts per drawing and assembled parts as required
  • Working to set stringent time scales
  • Developed and executed layout and installation of electrical wiring and fixtures based on job terms and regulations
  • Unpacked and assembled all new merchandise using a variety of power tools
  • Followed company procedures to maintain work environment in a neat and orderly condition
  • Working on highly technical control panels for line production of the food industry
  • Involved in factory testing of finish machinery
  • Working in a team set environment

XXXX                                                               Agency Working

January 2016 – April 2016

  • Working to set structured plans and request
  • Working to compliance records
  • Followed a routine maintenance checklist
  • Completed logs and reports according to established policies and procedures
  • Followed company procedures to maintain work environment in a neat and orderly condition

XXXX                                                               Data Centre Engineer

January 2007 – December 2015

  • Maintained compliance with company standards to perform all maintenance activities
  • Met production goals by maintaining cost effective levels of spare parts inventory
  • Informed supervisors when machines needed major servicing
  • Performed routine preventative maintenance to ensure that building systems operated efficiently
  • Demonstrated professionalism and courtesy with customers at all times
  • Maintained a high standard of workmanship by using only approved data, materials, tools and test equipment
  • Completed logs and reports according to established policies and procedures
  • Coordinated the work of multiple contractors
  • Maintained and repaired tools, equipment and machines
  • Lubricated shafts, bearings and machinery gears
  • Maintained all building systems to protect against inefficient operation and physical deterioration
  • Inspected drives, motors and belts
  • Followed a routine maintenance checklist
  • Recorded type and cost of maintenance and repair work
  • Serviced systems for air handling, electrical, valves, circuits and pumps
  • Instructed team members on maintenance policies and procedures
  • Repaired air handlers and makeup air units
  • Monitored Building Management Systems (BMS)
  • Managed tool shop, monitored stock levels and ordered parts
  • Scheduled contractors for projects and distributed work orders
  • Documented all maintenance and repairs
  • Referenced blueprints, repair manuals and parts catalogue for complex repairs
  • Logged detailed and thorough records of maintenance performed
  • Served as first responder for all facility and equipment issues
  • Generated PM schedules and procedures
  • Inspected and repaired chillers, fan and coil units and window-mounted AC units
  • Changed filters on all HVAC equipment
  • Re-keyed facility locksets, including electromechanical locksets
  • Monitored and maintained heating, ventilation and cooling systems
  • Monitored data centre and life safety systems generators
  • Maintained and repaired chillier, air handlers, DIW, and closed-loop systems
  • Ran chemical tests on systems and adjusted chemical balances as needed

Ace Agency                                                     Electrical / Panel /Wireman

                                                                        / Technician

January 2004 – January 2007

  • Collated components for assembly
  • Fabricated large and small parts per drawing and assembled parts as required
  • Read and interpreted blueprints, technical drawings, schematics and computer-generated reports
  • Developed and executed layout and installation of electrical wiring and fixtures based on job terms and regulations
  • Followed company procedures to maintain work environment in a neat and orderly condition
  • Promoted workshop safety by working in a safe manner
  • Unpacked and assembled all new merchandise using a variety of power tools
  • Ensured proper installations through accurate reading of blueprints
  • Reported all unsafe activities, situations and potential hazards to supervisor

IAP Technical Services                                  Electrician

March 2003 – December 2004

  • Working for City Care, this included working on landlord lighting
  • This included installing highway lighting
  • Repairing defective equipment parts
  • Drilled holes for wiring in wall studs, joists, ceilings and floors
  • Positioned and terminated cables, wires and strapping
  • Fed cables through access holes, roof spaces and cavity walls

P.D.S Agency / Working for Tyco                 Electrical / Tech

May 2000 – March 2003

  • Tyco Wormould ­ working in the oil and gas industry manufacturing downhole control skids
  • Monitored the manufacture of electrical devices and operations to ensure compliance with safety protocols to Bs5345
  • Monitored installation and to consistently meet rigorous customer requirements and make the changes at first line manufacturer level
  • Implemented schematics, diagrams and written and verbal descriptions to effectively solve engineering project issues
  • Completed projects by effectively applying engineering, technical and maintenance procedures
  • Collaborated with engineers at the new product introduction phase to develop and verify design changes

James Scott                                                   Electrical Tech/Elect Foreman

May 1998 – May 2000

  • Seconded to Conoco Satellite Support Group carrying out campaign maintenance/construction on various installations
  • Responsibilities included supervision of a multi discipline team working on HVAC, fire and gas, ESD, lighting and small power for 415v motors and associated control
  • Accurate progress reporting, compilation of as built drawings and updating of work packs

Knights Benton                                              Electrician

August 1997 – April 1998

  • Working at R.A.F. Lakenheath and Mildenhall
  • Installed electrical conduit and wiring for power, controls and lighting
  • Performed fire alarm system installation and repair
  • Promoted workplace safety by working in a safe manner
  • Used hand tools to change worn cutting tools
  • Developed and executed layout and installation of electrical wiring and fixtures based on job terms
  • Accurately read, understood and carried out written instructions

Alpha Electrics Ltd Contract                         Electrician/Site Foreman

April 1997 – July 1997

  • Light and medium contracts in Norwich and surrounding area
  • Installed, tested and modified circuit breakers, controls, fuses, lights
  • Worked with various types of cableways, conduits and other electrical raceways
  • Worked extended hours on weekday and weekend projects
  • Consulted with the supervisor electrician regarding the likely risks associated with the assigned job
  • Consistently updated knowledge of safety requirements and policies
  • Maintained a working area that was clean, safe and stocked with appropriate equipment and supplies
  • Selected the correct products or assist customers in making product selections, based on customers’ needs, product specifications, and applicable regulations

Multifast Ltd                                                   Electrician/Site Foreman

November 1996 – March 1997

  • Installations as contract electrical foreman on RAF Lakenheath
  • Completed tear-down of existing structures and prepared for new construction
  • Accurately estimated time and materials costs for projects
  • Repaired and tested fire hydrants
  • Monitored inventory and reported items to be restocked for each job
  • Fabricated specific electrical component parts and assemblies
  • Worked with various types of cableways, conduits and other electrical raceways
  • Worked extended hours on weekday and weekend projects
  • Maintained and tested fire alarm systems
  • Demonstrated expertise in the use of cable reels, stripping tools, voltage detectors, crimping tools and wire and cable cutters
  • Measured devices, including analysers, amp meters and volt-ohm meters
  • Maintained a working area that was clean, safe and stocked with appropriate equipment and supplies

 Historical Employers and dates – 

AMEC                                                               Electrician Technician

March 1995 – November 1996

Team-Sel International Ltd                          Instrument Technician

September 1994 – October 1994

James Scott                                                   Electrical /Foreman

January 1992 – January 1994

Rhone-Poulenc Agriculture Ltd                    Managing Director

DirectCompany OLEC Ltd

January 1989 – January 1992

Rhone-Poulenc Agriculture Ltd                    Lead Maintenance Technician

Lowestoft Offshore Services Ltd – Offshore Field

January 1988 – January 1989

Maritime Electrical Services                         Maintenance Electrician

April 1986 – December 1988

RO-CO Engineering                                        Base Crew / Technician

June 1983 – April 1986

Brown & Root Maintenance                          Workshop / Electrician

February 1982 – December 1982

Sea Land Pipelines                                        Offshore Electrician

June 1980 – January 1982

 

 

 

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