Certified Crane Operator Resume

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Erica Mielke
727 Brattleboro Rd
Rogers, MN 55374

Job Objective To obtain a Certified Crane Operator position in an organization where I can use my skills to benefit and enrich my knowledge, gain more responsibilities and experiences.


Certified NCCCO and OSHA Crane Operator
Strong knowledge and experience level to perform all Rigger III job duties
Good knowledge of computerized components in various kinds of machinery
Excellent knowledge of mechanics and electronics
Amazing ability to read and understand machine and equipment diagrams and system schematics
Remarkable ability to physically operate crane equipment (climb up and down into cab, twist torso for 360
Uncommon ability to stand, sit, squat, kneel, reach through low and high ranges
Remarkable ability to give and receive emergency instructions, oral safety warnings, instructions, and task assignments


Certified Crane Operator, May 2004 – Present
Probuild Holdings, Rogers, MN

Assisted in freight transportation from helicopters and boats.
Maintained adequate fuel supply at all times.
Ensured proper signals for crane operations.
Maintained and updated crane report.
Operated rigging and moving of equipment and materials.
Ensured crane’s systems, and equipment for safety.
Inspected, maintained inventory of all slings, chains, ropes, shackles, and other hoisting equipment.

Certified Crane Operator, March 2002– April 2004
Weatherford International, Inc, Rogers, MN

Followed all safety procedures during all crane operations.
Adhered to signal instructions and manipulated crane controls.
Inspected all cranes annually for defective parts and malfunctions.
Repaired crane with assistance from the mechanic and EWS technician.
Completed training to ensure safety measures of industry.


Associate in Applied Science in Heavy Equipment Service, Central State University, Ohio, OH

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