CV Steel manager project fabrication welding construction supervision inspecting
Steel manager project fabrication welding construction supervision inspecting
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Location (Residence): Mansfield, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
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High School in O Levels Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union Present Location: UK, Nottinghamshire Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I would ask you to kindly consider me for employment.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
October 2009 – January 2010
Currently unemployed, actively seeking work on a daily basis, available for immediate employment on an international basis.
March 2009 – October 2009 Pioneer Systems Ltd
Working alongside “blue chip” companies on refurbishments of stations on the London Underground Infrastructure as a freelance consultant. With interaction on the estimating, procurement and final accounts, which encompasses all aspects in contracting. General duties are to manage the contracts from order to final accounts, being responsible for all procedures required to complete these on time, within budget and to customer satisfaction. The contracts vary from replacement of existing, to complete station refurbishments with architectural metalwork, all to the specifications required by the London Underground. The works detailed in this environment are very precise and cannot be allowed to deviate. With this environment comes a very stringent window of opportunity to complete scheduled works. These have to be detailed finely to maximise productiveness for the programming of works.
2008 – March 2009 Mansfield Fabrications Ltd
When my company had ended I was offered a job opportunity to go and work abroad in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia supervising labour building the biggest university in the world – the project called KAUST had 22,500 persons working on the site with 42 tower cranes and 37 mobiles. My duties were to supervise the steelwork contractor and quality control their works producing documentation for site records, producing snag sheets and re inspecting their works then handing the works over to the main contractor for practical completion. Once the facade steelwork was completed I then moved on to supervise and quality control the terracotta tile installation.
2000 – 2008 Brentford Fabrications Ltd
This was my own company which employed 48 persons in its peak, I had all of the knowledge from my previous employment and what started as myself alone in a workshop with very little equipment turned into 4 workshops with a total space of 1200 square metres internal and 900 externally, mild steel and stainless steel fabrications were totally segregated. We had a very varied client base and worked on some of the bigger projects around the country i.e. St Pancras station, Arsenal stadium, Oxygen, Tubelines for the London underground and some of our smaller contracts were fit outs on Burger King, McDonalds, Pizza Hut all on a design, supply and installation basis.
Sadly the company came to an end when one client did not pay his debt totalling more than 250 k.
1995 – 2000 Basford Fabrications Ltd
Self employed site installer/steel erector working on a national basis installing structural steelwork, staircases, balustrading, ladders and gantries etc, the work progressively changed when the company entered into a new market and began manufacturing and installing stainless steel kerbing systems for the food industry, my role changed in 1997 when I was appointed as site manager and I developed key skills including dealing direct with clients, pricing and winning jobs.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
My key abilities are listed below
Generating new enquiries
Using AutoCAD with drawing ability
Meeting tight deadlines
Preparation of method statements and risk assessments
Preparation of operation and Maintenance manuals
Sequencing and scheduling materials
Negotiating final accounts
Requesting variation orders
Paper trails including evidence files
People skills with multi-national workforces
Willingness to learn and share with others
Health and safety awareness
Quality control to final completion
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
My adaptability has always helped out during testing times with quick thinking problem solving.
I consider myself to be loyal, hard working, enthusiastic and a totally committed person who thrives on challenges. I work well within a team and show initiative on an individual basis. I am keen to learn from people who have a thorough knowledge and experience within their field. I can communicate at all levels and do not have any difficulty when in the company of senior members of management or fellow members of staff. I consider myself to be ambitious and crave success in all working environments to fulfil my potential. Having attained the level of Managing director I have progressed through hard work, determination and a will to succeed. All my efforts have been rewarded with opportunities to fulfil my potential and recognition has been through a willingness to learn.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
I do not currently have any experience within the offshore industry and never will unless given a chance to prove myself. My aim is to carry out the role of my employment to the best of my ability and to exceed the expectations of my employer.
Also to work in a professional manner always striving to do my best and put forward any ideas or thoughts that may improve productivity and reduce costs but never compromise safety.