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Address: 13037 82st, Edmonton/AB, T5E 2T4
Cell phone: 780-984-1101 Email:
Valid Qualifications (among others):
Valid driver’s licence, with a truck.
Graduated with grade 12 diploma.
Indentured 2nd year Electrician Apprentice
First Aid certified
Flag person certified
Have own tools
Basic understanding of standard tools\power tools\forklifts
Clean and organised
Attentive and willing to learn
Punctual and prepared.
Works well independently and in groups.
Can comfortably lift up to and over 100lbs.
K-Jay Electric: From August 2015-August 2016
My electrical experience is mostly with apartments, that being 80% residential and 20% commercial. My on the job experience (residential) involved boxing/pulling/plugging and switching and finishing suits, hallways, common areas (including smoke alarm systems) as well as installing a variety of fixtures throughout the building. My commercial duties involved BX wiring throughout the parkade, fishing and pulling wire for various applications, including service feeds, installing fluorescent light fixtures, wiring exhaust fans, running conduit underground and installing conduit in concrete slabs for the parking lot plug ins and EMT runs.
Container King: From November 2014-August 2015
My job description as a Container Fleet Technician is as long and diverse as the countless possibilities of modifications you can perform on a Sea Can. We cut holes for window frames and door frames in the can with zip disks and grinders, we then assemble the doors and windows and securely fit them into place, as per specifications. Typically, we install Air conditioning and heater units and line the inner can with large refrigerator panels, shaping them into desired pieces to fit accordingly and fasten them in place with flashing and rivets. Due to the extensive details involved, I will omit the more tedious tasks, in regards to the reader’s use of time, though I would be more than happy to specify upon request.
TB Traffic: From June 2014- November 2014
My responsibilities included logging my hours of work and hours of driving a company vehicle to construction sites, through an issued log book at the start and end of each day. The job tasks were very diverse and included manual labour involving various power tools, hammers, saws, rakes, shovels, pickaxes, and tampers. Work consisted of digging trenches, filling and tamping them after laying conduit, pouring and finishing concrete, setting and leveling concrete bases, pulling wire, wiring streetlights, standing traffic poles and street lights, spreading black dirt and landscaping, including grass seed and brick laying. Specific skills I have learned from this job are as follows: The proper use of straps, chains and booms to secure loads on triple axel trailers, organisation of tools and materials, drive and maneuver with a 20ft trailer, working long hours in various weather conditions and being left to my own devices and intuition to complete tasks and errand running.
Bumper to Bumper: From December 2013-June 2014
I had held the position as the Lead Order Picker, obtaining parts for customers. This was a very time sensitive position, as deadlines were met accordingly, without supervision.
Costco Wholesale: From January 2013- December 2013
My position as a Morning Merchandiser required me to be up and ready at 3:30am and at work by 4. This job consisted mostly of physical labour as well as regularly cleaning the warehouse along with a multitude of detail oriented specific tasks, such as rotating products, stacking pallets, as well as assisting other departments.
Uni-Select Prairies Division: From June 2009- September 2012 (prior summer job since 2006).
Being in an automotive warehouse, my job duties included vast amounts of lifting products ranging in weights (from 1lb to over 100lb). I had regularly stocked products in designated areas and later on, picked parts in a timely manner. As the warehouse receiver, I manoeuvred pallets of merchandise in an orderly fashion before shipping them out to customers via the loading dock. My experience as a receiving clerk involved countless paperwork and forklift operation. The work week schedule was consistently Monday – Friday, 8 hour days, with overtime during business peaks.
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Being in an automotive warehouse, my job duties included vast amounts of lifting products ranging in weights (from 1lb to over 100lb). I had regularly stocked products in designated areas and later on, picked parts in a timely manner. As