Industrial Electrician Resume

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James Harrell

2449 Green Avenue

Oakland, CA94612

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Job Objective Experienced Industrial Electrician in search of position where my experience and skills can be used to enhance growth of company.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Wide knowledge of AC/DC distribution systems
  • Familiarity with National Electrical Code, starters, control relays, pilot devices
  • Proficient with voltmeters, amp-meters, loader terminals, ohmmeters and scopes
  • Ability to read and interrupt wiring diagrams, schematics and written specifications
  • Ability to follow lock out and tag out procedures
  • Ability to communicate appropriately with the engineers and supervisors

Professional Experience:

Industrial Electrician

Moog, Inc,Oakland, CA

August 2005 – Present

  • Performed installation, operation and repair maintenance tasks.
  • Diagnosed problems, repair and perform maintenance tasks on high and low voltage power distribution systems.
  • Prepared Bill of Materials and maintain Power Schematics drawings up to date.
  • Maintained complex systems embodying electronic and Electro-mechanical principles.
  • Directed trades Assistants to accomplish the safe and timely completion of such projects.

Industrial Electrician

The Hershey Company, Oakland, CA

May 2000 – July 2005

  • Installed power supply wiring and conduit for newly installed machines and equipments.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning transformers, motors, and lighting fixtures
  • Replaced faulty relays, switches, and motors, and positions sensing devices.
  • Installed wiring, conduit, and electrical apparatus in buildings.
  • Connected power supply wires to machines and equipment.

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering

Framingham State College, Framingham, MA

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