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Location (Residence): Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
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Vocational in Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union Present Location: United Kingdom, Newcastle Upon Tyne Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
An enthusiastic individual experienced in performing the duties of a roustabout on a hydraulic onshore drilling rig. Accustomed to working in harsh environments and irregular shift patterns. Fully conversant in engineering principals and practices with a keen eye for detail. A confident team leader who is adaptable to changing circumstances.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
December 08 March 09:
Roustabout Larchford Limited (Land Rig)
Preparing drilling equipment before use and maintaining whilst in storage.
Carrying out relief duties on rig floor.
Assisting in Removal of Blow Out Preventer and wellhead equipment.
Assisting Electricians, Welders and Mechanics in the performance of their duties.
Preparing tubular for running-in (removing protectors, greasing tubular threads, measuring and numbering tubular, assist running-in of tubular.
Assisting Pump man and Mud man in maintaining Mud system.
Prepare and assist in rig moving.
Carry out general housekeeping duties around the rig, on pipe racks, in sack store, pump room, silo areas and storage areas.
Standing in for alternative work disciplines as required.
September 02 - Sep 08 Royal Navy:
Engineering Technician (Weapons Engineer) 1st Class HMS Edinburgh
Accustomed to working irregular shift patterns for extended periods of time.
Responsible for leading fire fighting teams under arduous and dangerous circumstances.
Devised and implemented a training regime for junior personnel, ensuring a smooth career progression.
Carried out planned and preventative maintenance on various electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
Responsible for the safety of Personnel whilst loading and unloading dangerous explosives, taking into consideration the Health and Safety and experience of all members of the team.
Accountable for keeping a running watch on all live machinery, ensuring that all logs and legal paperwork was completed correctly.
Ensured that all live machinery was correctly made safe prior to commencing work on the system.
Operator Mechanic (Electronic Warfare) 1st Class HMS Edinburgh
Responsible for the ships navigation safety, using RADAR to report
all surface vessels within the vicinity to the senior management.
Mentored and supervised junior personnel, providing support and encouragement during dangerous seamanship evolutions.
Ensured that all personnel working within the vicinity adhered by Health and safety legislation and followed laid down and promulgated procedures.
Ensured that all COSHH regulations were adhered to and that all PPE was correctly worn when required.
Provided the first point of contact to visitors to the vessel, ensuring that security procedures were adhered to whilst maintaining cordial relations.
Provided briefings and presentations to executive management
Collated and published data for the commands appreciation, regarding threat levels and weapons systems currently in use by ships and aircraft within the vicinity.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
OPITO Approved BOSIET, Nov 7th 2007.
OPITO Approved Slinger and Banksman, Jul 11th 2008
OPITO Approved Greenhand course including manual handling, COSHH and permit to work, Jul 11th 2008