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Chief Electrician Resume Sample


Chief Electrician Resume Sample

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Complete Address
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QUALIFICATIONS PROFILE

Extremely competent and versatile electrician, with strong qualifications developed over progressive years within the electrical construction industry. Exemplify understanding of power distribution systems and high-performance power-monitoring instrumentations. Demonstrate cross-functional skills in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration; welding and brazing; as well as in isolating defects in wiring, switches, motors, and other electrical equipment. Possess strong knowledge of policies, procedures, equipment, materials, and supplies relevant to construction, operation, maintenance, and timely repair of equipment. Solid ability in nurturing positive and harmonious working relationships with all contacts within line of work. Highly motivated individual committed to achieving bottom-line success of missions through solid business acumen and professional work ethic.

TECHNICAL ACUMEN

Motor Control Centers (Single and Three-Phase AC Motors)
Input and Output Devices
Modules Troubleshooting and Repair
AC Electrical Equipment (Three-Phase 208, 460, 600 volts)
750 Volts DC, SCR Drives, Electromotive Type DC Motors
Motor-Generator Sets for Powering DC Motors
60 Ton Electric Cranes
Electronic Controllers/Programmable Logic Controllers
2520 KVA Alternating Current Power Generators
Satellite Communications Equipment
High-Frequency Dielectric Heat Seal Equipment
General Factory Hydraulic and Pneumatic
Equipment/Pumps/Compressors

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Chief Electrician
XYZ ARABIA, Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia | Jun 2010-Present

Manage and streamline mission-specific operations of the drill floor. Spearhead electricians and senior electricians to achieve maximum potential and report directly to the rig manager on overall electrical work and maintenance. Troubleshoot and repair several drilling equipment, such as CanRig Top Drive; National oil well mud pumps; Kato power generation and transmission equipment; Caterpillar 3512 engines; National cranes and other material handling equipment; Allen Bradley programmable logic controllers and variable frequency drive controllers for AC drive motors; Ross Hill SCR drives for DC drive motors and equipment; heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment; communications equipment; Koomey well control equipment; rig lighting; as well as gas and fire alarms.

Key Contributions:

  • Utilized analytical and solid problem-solving skills in troubleshooting and repairing the main 600VAC buss and MCC and 460 VAC buss and MCC.
  •  Worked hand-in-hand with American Bureau of Shipping, Coast Guard, Mineral Management Service, and other local authorities in Saudi Arabia in conducting daily inspections on various electrical equipment.

Chief Electrician
ABC OFFSHORE INC., Houma, LA, USA | Nov 2006-Aug 2009

Proactively involved with overall rig floor operations, and directly reported to the rig maintenance supervisor. Managed electrical maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of specific drilling equipment, Varco top drive; Continental Emsco mud pumps; Kato power generation and transmission equipment; Caterpillar and EMD main engines; National cranes and other material-handling equipment, programmable logic controllers, and variable frequency drive controllers for AC drive motors; Ross Hill and Tech Power SCR drives for DC drive motors and equipment; heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment; communications equipment; Koomey and CAD BOP and well control equipment; rig lighting; and gas and fire alarms.

Key Contributions:

  • Provided expert oversight other electricians on board, ensuring proper execution of electrical works.
  • Identified inconsistencies and immediately provided repair to 600 VAC and 460 VAC buss and MCC.

Maintenance Electrician
EFG CORPORATION, Newton, MS, USA | Sep 2005-Jun 2006

Executed troubleshooting and repair to a wide range of production equipment for the foundry factory. Administered PLC controls on the production equipment, traditional electrical equipment, and high-voltage equipment. Monitored bridge cranes, high-voltage melting equipment, blasting machines, and heat treatment equipment. Reported directly to the shift maintenance supervisor.

Key Contribution:

  • Handled and completed the repair of specialized equipment, such as 50 ton and 100 ton bridge cranes and melting pot operation equipment controls, successfully minimizing down time of the plant operation.

Licensed Electrical Contractor
HIJ ELECTRIC COMPANY, Little Rock, MS, USA | Feb 2005-Sep 2005; Jun 2006-Oct 2006

Handled and coordinated electrical work, which included building, remodeling, troubleshooting, and repairing electrical equipment and wirings.

Key Contribution:

  • Completed electrical construction projects will full compliance with the requirements of the National Electrical Code and any other requirements of the Planning and Inspections Office in the city limits of Meridian, Mississippi; received approvals and managed other electricians on electrical projects.

Senior Electrician
KLM CORPORATION, Houston, TX, USA |Jan 1995-Feb 2005; Oct 1992-Aug 1994; Apr 1991-Jan 1992

Directly reported to the rig maintenance supervisor on all aspects of business operations, including electrical maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of specific drilling equipment, National, Continental Emsco, Kato power generation and transmission equipment, Catepillar and EMD engines, Letourneau cranes and other material handling equipment, Allen Bradley and Siemans programmable logic controllers, and variable frequency drive controllers for AC drive motors, Ross Hill, IPS, and Tech Power SCR drives for DC drive motors and equipment, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, satellite and radio communications equipment, well control equipment, all rig lighting, and  gas and fire alarms. Dealt with management of the primary operation on the drill floor.

Key Contributions:

  • Took initiative in troubleshooting various discrepancies on 600VAC buss and MCC and the 480 volt buss and MCC.
  • Set-up and coordinated the daily work schedule and ensured total compliance with established safety policies;  spearheaded job safety analysis and authorization of work permits.

EARLIER CAREER

Rig Electrician, Nop DRILLING COMPANY, Lafayette, LA, USA
Electrician, Opq ELECTRIC COMPANY, Meridian, MS, USA
Maintenance Electrician, Pqr NATIONAL COMPANY, Meridian, MS, USA

MILITARY EXPERIENCE

Operations Specialist-E5/OS2 (Honorably Discharge) * UNITED STATES NAVY, New York, NY, USA

EDUCATION

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS IN INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY
QRS Junior College, Meridian, MS

ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY
RST College, Decatur, MS

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Programmable Logic Controllers Technician Program: 2009
40-Hour Basic and Advanced Fire Fighting: 2008
Applications of Siemens PLC: 2007
Safety Focus III: 2004
Rig Management System II: 2003
Environmental TEAM Training: 2002
Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification Program: 2001
Safety Focus II: 2001
Safety Focus: 1999
Siemens S7 300/ 400 Maintenance: 1999
Leadership II: 1998
Supervisor Quality Management: 1997
Top Drive System Operation and Maintenance: 1996
The Advanced SCR Maintenance Course: 1995
Intermediate SCR Maintenance Course: 1993
Electrician On The Job Training Program T1 Requirement: 1991
Intermediate SCR Maintenance Course: 1991

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