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CV Welder / Fabricator always looking for a challenge and looking to learn something new every day

Welder / Fabricator always looking for a challenge and looking to learn something new every day

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CV/Resume ID no.: 96118

Location (Residence): Calgary , Canada
Citizenship: United States
  Native: English United States
  Other: None
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
  Vocational in A.B.S.A. B Pressure Welder

Years of Experience: 6 years
Authorized to work in:
   Canada, United States
Present Location:
   Canada, Calgary
   Anywhere (International)
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Trades (Skilled) Welding Trainee 14 years
Trades (Skilled) Pipefitter Trainee 13 years
Trades (Skilled) Fitter Trainee 13 years
Trades (Skilled) Welding Trainee 3 years
Trades (Skilled) Welding Trainee 15 years
Technician Level Fabrication Trainee 13 years
CV/Resume Details
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

I'm a reliable hard working tradesman. If it's broke i'll fix it. If you need something built give me a general idea of what we need and I'll build it.

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]

April 2009 through April 2009 Edmonton Exchanger Industries
Edmonton, Alberta
B Pressure Welder for Stainless Overlay
This job was short. It was suppose to be a 4 to 8 week shut down. It was cut short and all scheduled shut downís were postponed indefinitely. The entire crew I was on was laid off. On this job, I didnít get to do much welding. I was helping blind vessels and scrapping sludge off of the bubble trays inside the vessel.

September 2008 to November 2008 MBB Power Services Inc. St. Catherines, Ontario
For this job I was dispatched as a fitter. The job included fitting up tubes for the welders and taking care of bolt ups on the OTC-Gen. It was the biggest site like it in the world. The equipment was designed to inject steam into the earth to bring up oil. This was a large site for the horizontal drilling. I worked on expansion joints, and moving just shear large pieces into place for assembly.

May 2008 to September 2008 Jim Star Welding Calgary, Alberta
Fabricator/ Welder
While employed for Jim Star I was always challenged. From fixing broken surgical steel hospital beds in a clinic to repairing a JLG Lift that was parked on the railroad tracks. Yes it was hit by a freight train. The extension took most of the damage. It turned the platform into an L shape. I was actually a little intimidated by this request, but found great satisfaction when I was putting the finishing touches on it, and the staff from the rental place started coming back into the shop and commenting on how nice it looked. They said they couldnít believe it was the same lift. It was a great feeling. Jim was a good employer but unfortunately he like everyone else took a blow with the economy. He kept me around but could only offer me one to two days per week of work. I just had to move on to seek new employment.

January 2005 to May 2008 Standenís Ltd. Calgary, Alberta
Fabricator for the Research and Development Fab Shop
This was my all time favorite job. I was allowed to work closely with all trades to learn the basics of plumbing, electrical, bricklaying and insulating, fitting, and welding on many different materials. We used endura hard plate, manganese, mild steel, spring steel, and stainless steel on a regular basis. The four man crew I was a part of worked hard to design and build any equipment the company wanted for production, assembly, quality assurance and any other aspect of their manufacturing. We built a couple different styles of peeners including stress peeners. There were also paint lines, assembly lines, induction furnaces, slot furnaces, draw furnaces, rivard eye rollers, gib cranes, and a personal favorite the monster draw bar production line. That line produced massive draw bars that weighed in well over 250lbs. It all had to be automated and safe for the operators. Most of all the builds in my three and a half years employed in that shop were built on the fly. We had meeting that informed us of what requirements had to be met such as heat treat, location and space, along with time lines. With the parameters set we would go to town and get building right away. The drawings consisted of scribbles on plate or napkins and when we were finished we would have made a multi million dollar production line. It sounds crazy and was crazy. High stress came with the job but it pushed you to do better and work harder. We also moved all the equipment into place and handled the installations. This required forklifts both small and large, along with cranes, skates, and a confident team effort. The job dried up when the U.S. dollar fell the parts they sold were based on that. The first team to get cut was the R+D. They tried moving me to maintenance on night shift but I didnít have a vehicle at the time and couldnít meet there needs. It was a disappointment Iíd gotten to be close to the crew over the years and still keep in touch with my journeyman that got me started. He was patient as a teacher and showed me how to use all my skills from carpentry, construction, math, common sense, and fabrication to be the best I can be. Iíll always thank him and the whole crew for that.

3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (s.a.i.t.) I completed the 3 year apprenticeship program in september of 2008. I made sure to write my red seal and go all the way the the A.B.S.A. certification for Grade B Pressure F3 and F4 in accordance with A.S.M.E. code section 9. The shop that apprenticed me let me work closely with all trades to custom build automated equipment. That is how I learned about rigging machining and millwrighting. I fit all my own equipment. Handled all the simple millwrighting tasks, and even picked up the simple kent hand mill for machining simple parts and brackets when the machine shop was behind. I aslo grew up on a farm, always working on farm equipment and old vehicles before the computerized days.

4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Fairly advanced. I don't have any programming skills but I've played with computers since grade school and can handle most programs, and all the basic uses.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
I've been trained with O.S.S.A. safety for confined space entry and confined space monitor, along with fall arrest. I'm also a fast learner. I've never been offshore but i'm willing to learn.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
I'm always curious about learning more. I'm a team player, and i'm always willing to lend a helping hand. When you see someone with there hands full give them a hand don't just stand around and watch.


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Welder / Fabricator always looking for a challenge and looking to learn something new every day
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