Iron Worker Resume

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Tyler Delgado

2661 Lyndon Street

Allentown, PA 18101

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Job Objective To obtain an Iron Worker position with established firm in which to put my experience and past training in this field to work.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Remarkable experience in ironwork and structural steel welding
  • Amazing ability to carry out duties satisfactorily lift objects weighing 50 pounds
  • Outstanding ability to interpret documents and formulate routine correspondence
  • Superior communication skills

Professional Experience:

Iron Worker

Altec Industries, Inc., Allentown, PA

February 2005 – Present

  • Installed reinforcing bar and metals.
  • Managed approximate position for steel members.
  • Scheduled sequence of operation and fastened steel members to cable.
  • Supervised member and interpreted blueprints.
  • Maintained warped and bent parts and erected ladders.

Iron Worker

STAFFLOGIX Corporation, Allentown, PA

August 2000 – January 2005

  • Carried out routine and complex repairs.
  • Maintained fences and flex beams as well as interpreted blueprints.
  • Oversaw and maintained materials and supplies.
  • Scrutinized football and soccer field goals.
  • Monitored parks for safety hazards, if any.

Education

High School Diploma

Jefferson High School, Lafayette, IN

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