CV Technician electrical-electronic tests, Nangjing Automobile Corporation UK Ltd
Technician electrical-electronic tests, Nangjing Automobile Corporation UK Ltd
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Location (Residence): stourbridge, United Kingdom Citizenship:United Kingdom
English United Kingdom Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
High School in Maths Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: European Union, UK (in particular) Present Location: UK, Stourbridge Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I consider my self to be a patient, polite and a well mannered person who is of smart appearance, honest and trustworthy. I have an enhanced disclosure (CRB) which was done 30/08/08 and have no problems if this needs updating. I also hold a full driving licence and do not mind working long distances from home.
I am a quick learner and very adaptable. I have had a lot of experience dealing with people in customer facing roles, this I like as I have good communications skills. I have passed City & Guilds BS 7671 wiring regulations 17th edition and I have currently completed a 12 week course at Stourbridge College for City & Guilds - BS 1687 electrical servicing level 2 and - BS 2377 pat test level 3 exam which I have passed. I would like to find a job that involves more training or college courses if possible.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
September 08 to December 08 --: Nangjing Automobile Corporation UK Ltd (MG rover) Longbridge
This job entailed building convertible hoods for the new MGF which entailed working
From a process list cutting, gluing, riveting .This was a temp job that lasted from September 08 to the 2nd of December 08. I was told that production would start again
In March 09 and that I would be asked to return to work but because of the downturn in the car industry only 40 out of the 130 employees have returned to work.
July 2005-October 2006 Avonline PLC, Fenns Pool Rd. Brierley Hill, Telewest Engineer. Duties included:
Working on the Telewest Digital Upgrade programme; removing old and installing new communication systems (DTV/TELCO/Broadband Internet) in peoples houses.
Dealing with customers, providing them with a full explanation of the work to be carried out.
Working to strict health and safety guidelines
Completing necessary paperwork.
Wiring relay cabinets, using schematic drawings, wiring tables, a cutting list and a bill of materials.
Soldering, crimping and testing for continuity and fault finding on rejected work.
October/November 2004 Allied Telecoms/Computer Resources Group, 02 Mobile Communications, Northampton & 3 Mobile Communications, Wednesbury, West Midlands. Duties included:
Pulling in cables to install Nokia DX cabinets.
January 2003- September 2004-RF Engineer Avonline PLC
Telewest Cable time digital upgrade programme this involved removal of the non-digital compatible Cable time system. Identification of all live drop cables, clearly labelling these and using a Time Domain Reflectometer [TDR] to establish the drop cable length.
Installation of the digital tap bank and the optical amplifier was then carried out. The drop cable were then loomed in a tidy manner and connected to the appropriate tap port. I identified any customer drops that could not be initially found using a [PST] Pair Tracing System to tone the drops back to the cabinet from the customer premises. Connectors were tightened to 30psi and the cabinet left neat and tidy. A QC sheet was completed showing the completed tasks and the tap ports levels.
For the next two months I was deployed on the T-Mobile/Mcom wireless internet hot spot point installation nationally on Texaco garages. This involved installation of the transceiver, an AP router and cabling throughout the premises. Connection of the Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line [ADSL] and final testing with a lap top to prove the connection.
Then I was deployed to audit the Telewest telephone network within the multiplexer cabinets. This involved working from Telewest records and validating the customer number against the allocated E and D side pair using a Butt phone, removal of any non live jumper wires and re-jumping the existing live jumpers.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
21/09/09 -10/12/09- 12 week course at Stourbridge College.
City & Guilds BS 1687 Electrical & Electronic Servicing. NVQ 2
Complying with Statutory Regulations and
Organisational Safety Requirements
Contributing to Positive Working Relationships
Carrying Out Preventive Maintenance Procedures
Diagnosing Faults in Domestic Appliances
Replacing Modules in Domestic Appliances
City & Guilds BS 2377 Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment.NVQ 3
10/06/09 _ 2 week course at Stourbridge college
City & Guilds BS 7671-17th edition wiring regulations.NVQ 3
04/02/08 4-week course at Juniper Training
Level 1 achieved in Literacy & Numeracy.
First Aid course attended, certificate obtained.
July 2005 - October 2006 Avonline PLC
Health & Safety.
Contractor Safety Passport to work on petrol stations.
City & Guilds certificate for signing Lighting and guarding.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Basic computer skills
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Mechanical skills & driving skills
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
I am a friendly family man with a strong desire to enter the Electronic/electric mechanical engineering profession. My attendance & timekeeping record are superb and my communication skills, including the use of I.T./email, are excellent. I have good basic skills in Literacy, Numeracy & I.T. and have extensive experience carrying out practical tasks in previous jobs; as a result I am a quick learner and love learning new skills.