Welder/Machinist

COVER LETTER

OBJECTIVE:

I am seeking an exciting and challenging
position with a company that offers excellent opportunities and the
possibilities for promotions. I am constantly looking for ways to improve
myself and my environment. I use my skills in
accordance with my abilities to execute changes that are necessary to create a
safe and positive atmosphere. When assigned a task I am determined to
accomplish the task by all available means. I am looking forward to becoming a
member of your team. My skills and experience will surely meet the requirements
for this position. Please feel free to contact me to arrange an interview.
Looking forward to learning more about this opportunity.

Being a member of the AWS (American Welding
Society) the materials and information to newly adapted innovations associated
with this field are readily available. I have taken Introduction to Welding
courses and have certificates for Welding Fundamentals, Welding Safety and a
Certified AWS D1.1 SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) Structural Steel welder
and AWS D1.1 FCAW (Flux Core Arc Welding) welder. My experiences include
welding with GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding), GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) and
Oxy/Fuel welding and Cutting. One day I will further my skill level and achieve
the Welding Instructor status as CWI (Certified Welder Inspector). As a welder I must determine if the task requires fabrication of a component or repair,
the tools and equipment to use and which application to apply, welding or
brazing. I am required to consider the composition of the material for the fabrication or repair and the characteristics of the
filler metal. I can manufacture and compose work from the use of Blueprints,
Drawings the original piece and verbal instruction.

When
deployed as a Civilian Contractor in Iraq I have fabricated tools and equipment
to required specifications and tolerances using blueprints, sketches or the
original component. I've fabricated
Hoist that enabled mechanics to remove engines components from armored vehicles
and fabricated Mounts used to rest engine or components on, Stands used to
place engines, Armored Vehicles and specific equipment on which enabled the
Mechanics and Soldiers to remove, replace parts and components. I have
fabricated special tooling when none were available. Spanner wrenches to repair
roller wheels and tracks suspension system on armored vehicles. I have also
fabricated Up Armor Kits and accessories to protect Soldiers and Equipment
while on Patrols. As a certified Machinist
I have manufactured Tools and Components to required specifications using
blueprints, drawings and/or original parts with the conventional CNC, Horizontal and Vertical Lathe machinery.
I have fabricated/manufactured conventional (Standard) Threads, Metric Threads
to ANSI standards, Bolts, Nuts, Track Adjusters, Spanner Wrenches, Bushings,
Adaptors, Fittings and Special Tooling.

I received Certificates of Achievements for
Safety working 6000 hours without injuries, Certificates of Merits for
Manufacturing/Fabricating equipment and components for the Soldiers, Sailors
and Marines
allowing them to continue with their missions,
Certificate for working Above and Beyond my regular duties for Fabricating
Tools and Components used by Maintenance Mechanics and providing a safer
working environment.

RESUME

EMPLOYMENT:

(5/2013 to
Present) Staff Networking 3602 Inland Empire Suite A-130 Ontario CA. 91764
Phone: (909) 296-4090

Welder/Welding:
Currently assigned to work as a Welder/Fabricator for Agile Fuel
Systems. The company manufactures and assembles Trucks powered with natural
gas. My duties include fabricating brackets used to mount components to the
vehicles. Modifying equipment to accommodate and transport tools and charging
systems. Some of the equipment used to manufacture the materials to specific
dimensions are Band Saws, Punch Press, Break Machine, Chop Saw, Plasma Cutter
and GMAW used for the Welding Process.

(12/2008-11/2011) Olgoonik Logistics LLC. 306 West Benson Blvd.
Suite 302 Anchorage, Alaska. 99503. Phone: (907) 562-8728

Welder/Machinist: As a Department of
Defense Civilian Contractor I was assigned to work with the United States Armed
Forces in Iraq. As a Welder my appointed place of duties were at Forward
Operating Base McHenry in Hawija Iraq and Combat Operating Base Adder in Tallil
also in Iraq. As a Welder my duties included determining the appropriate
application required to accomplish the specific task, Welding or Brazing. I had
to determine if the task was a Fabrication or Repair, the material required,
Ferrous or Non-Ferrous and obtain the necessary tools and equipment to complete
the task. I was required to fabricate special tools and equipment to enable the
Soldiers and Mechanics to perform their duties when no tooling or equipment was
available.

(10/2006-12/2008) Lear Seigler Inc. 20501
Seneca Meadows Parkway, Germantown, MD. 20876. Phone: (415) 774-2700

Welder/Machinist: As a Civilian
Contractor working with the Department of Defense I was assigned to work with
the United States Armed Forces in Iraq. I was assigned to work with the Allied
Trades Shop with Direct Support Maintenance Battalion in Mosul Iraq. As a
Welder I was tasked to fabricate tools and equipment to required specifications
to enable Mechanics and Soldiers to replace parts and components on Armored
Vehicles and specific equipment. I also fabricated Up Armor Kits and
accessories to protect Soldiers and Equipment while on Patrols. I had to
consider the tools and equipment required for the task, the application
required and the type of material to be used. As a Machinist I fabricated tools
and components for both Armored and Commercial Vehicles with a Horizontal Lathe
and Vertical Milling Machine. I have manufactured Tools and Components to Blueprint
specifications, Drawings and/or original parts. I have fabricated conventional
(Standard) Threads and Metric Threads in accordance to ANSI standards. I have
Manufactured Bolts, Nuts, Track Adjusters, Spanner Wrenches, Bushings,
Adaptors, Fittings and Special Tooling.

I also performed the duties as the Allied
Trades Foreman for seven months. Some of the duties I was required to perform
were:

Evaluating the
required task.Accepting the task.Drafting the
appropriate forms.Assigning the task to
the Welder/Machinist.Verify all safety
precautions are in place.Daily, Weekly and
Monthly Safety ListMaintain MSDSInventory/Ordering
materials and bench stock.Maintaining Status
Reports.

10. Close the Work Order

11. Maintaining a safe and positive working
environment.

(10/2005-10/2006) Production California: 6465
Corvette St. City of Commerce, California. 90040. Phone: (562) 923-3100 ext.
218

Machine Operator: I was responsible
for monitoring and running an Extruder. The Extruder processes and forms
Polyofins Materials into Plastic to manufacture Plastic Cups and Buckets. I was
required to maintain an adequate amount of materials in the Extruder's
reservoir, maintain heaters at a constant temperature and insure that the material
is manufactured to specifications.

(5/2004-10/2005)
Aerotek Commercial Staffing: 1225 West 190TH. St. Gardena,
California. 90248. Phone: (310) 851-4317.

Machinist: I was assigned to
work as a Machine Operator for Rocker Industries in Harbor City California. I
manufactured Aluminum components for the Kiowa Helicopters using a Horizontal
Lathe CNC SL-25 I was required to maintain the components to blueprint
specifications and conducting a close visual inspection of each part using the
necessary gauges and equipment.

Machine Operator: I was assigned to
work on a Wood Milling Machine for Big Tree Industries. My duties included
cutting, sanding wood materials and distribute the materials to the assembly
line.

(5/1995-12/2003) TRW AUTOMOTIVE: 800 E. 230th.
St. Carson

California. 90745. Phone: (310) 513-2060

Machine
Operator: I was responsible for manufacturing Rotors and Hubs by placing raw
castings into a Kitako CNC Lathe. Each part was manufactured in accordance to
ANSI and QS9000/9001 standards. I was required to maintain a close visual
inspection of each part using the required measuring tooling, height gauges,
calipers, micrometers and blue prints. Other related duties included running
CNC ENSHU CROSS DRILL, DOUBLE DISK GRINDER, MULTISPINDLE DRILL, STATIC BALANCER
and supervising small work crews. I also took Introduction to Welding classes
and training with the Mig Welder. I was awarded certificates for Machining,
Welding, Blue Print Reading and training with Windows Office. Other
miscellaneous duties included, Inventory Control, Quality Control, First/Last
Article Inspection and Machine Set-up.

(4/1994-3/1995) Steel Case Industries: 1123
Warner Ave.

Tustin, California. 92780. Phone: (909) 859-2722

Machinist/Forklift
Operator: I was required to pull parts and materials using an automated conveyor
system controlled by a computer. I then distributed the components to the
designated assembly areas.

(5/1989-12/1993) J.C.Penny Distribution
Center. 6800 Valley View St. Buena Park, California. 90620. Phone: (714)
523-6558

Forklift
Operator: I was required to load and unload Box Cars, Trailers and Conexus. I
filled Orders and Bill of Laden's for Shipping and Receiving.

(12/1977-12/1979) Ace Auto Parts: 5001 S.
Broadway Los Angeles California. 90037. Phone: (323) 233-4136

Driver: I filled Bill of
Laden, pulled orders and delivered parts to the selected customers in and
around the greater Los Angeles area. I have driven small trucks, bobtails and
vans.

EDUCATION:

(1973-1976) ABRAHAM LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL: 3501
N. Broadway. Los Angeles California.
90031. Phone: (323) 441-4600

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA:

Lettered in Football, Track and Field, Cross
Country and received All City Championship medal in Pole Vault. I was a member
in the Drama Club and received the Actor of the Year Award. I was also a member
of the school paper, The Rail Splitter. When I was not at the Athletic Field or
in the auditorium preparing for a school play I could be found spinning records
as the Student Body Disc Jockey.

(1977-1978) LOS ANGELES CITY COLLEGE: 855 N.
Vermont Ave. Los Angeles California.
90029. Phone: (800) 433-3243

Major: Communications Degree (Incomplete)

(1991-1992) GOLDEN WEST COLLEGE: 15744 Golden
west St. Huntington Beach California. 92647. Phone: (714) 892-7711

Major:
Criminal Justus Degree (Incomplete)

(1998-1999) LOS ANGELES SOUTHWEST COLLEGE:
1600 Imperial Hwy. Los Angeles, California. 90047. Phone (323) 241-5225

Major: Oceanography (incomplete) I only have
to petition for my Associates of Arts Degree.

MILITARY:

(1977-1989) UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS: Field
Artillery Battery man section leader. Promoted to (NCOIC) Field Artillery,
Field Skills Training Instructor. Promoted to Staff Sergeant/Platoon Leader:
Honorable Discharge: Rifle Expert (7 Awards): Pistol Marksmanship Badge:
Meritorious Mast (3 Awards): Sea Service Deployment Ribbon: Good Conduct Medal (2 Awards and 1 Bronze
Star): Letter of Appreciation, SNCO Academy Non-Resident Program.

  • ID#: 71283
  • Location: Corona, CA , 92882

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