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Desired Industry: Electrician SpiderID: 44168
Desired Job Location: Birmingham, Alabama Date Posted: 10/5/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Asap
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Willing to Relocate: Yes

Seeking a Challenging position as an
industrial/commercial electrician


Michael David Nail†
420 Old Brook Circle†
Birmingham, AL 35242


Seeking a challenging position as a INDUSTRIAL


-Electrical Apprenticeship Training 2005-2007:†
Independent Electrical Contractors,Birmingham
AL; Overall G.P.A. of 3.5†
-Electrical Apprenticeship Training Program
Wayne J. Griffin Electric Inc.,†Birmingham, AL;
Overall G.P.A. of 3.8†


-motor controls- ac/dc circuits- advanced
troubleshooting skills- transformers- generators-
automatic transfer switches- industrial,
commercial, and residential wiring- single and
three phase motors- distribution- fire alarm
systems- high/medium (5kv and up) voltage cable
splicing and termination- service calls for add-on
installations, product upgrades, and repairs-
compliant with all rules and regulations per the
latest National Electric Code and National Fire
Protection Agency written standards- practice
and awareness of all safety policies and
procedures; field-related and personal protective



Birmingham Jefferson Civic Complex (BJCC),†
Birmingham, AL†

-Experienced general and preventative electrical
maintenance skills in a commercial setting.

-Demo and remodel for theatrical lighting systems

-Installed all components of theatrical lighting
systems in south hallís performance arts arena
and north hallís elevated staged theater which
were low voltage controlled.†

-Installed feeders and terminated disconnectís,
transformers, lighting and dimmer panels.†

-Installed conduit, pulled wire, identified,
measured, and labeled all circuits using
blueprints for fluorescent, incandescent, H.I.D.,
L.E.D. lighting fixtures and fire alarm.†

-Installed low voltage dimmer and momentary
contact switches, receptacles, emergency and
fire alarm devices.†


Miller Electric Inc.†

-Lehigh Cement Plant, Leeds, AL†

-Industrial wiring.†

-Installed cable tray and pulled wire.†

-Installed cable tray systems for 4160 volt
switchgear for motor control centers. Terminated
cable for 480 volt motor starters. Terminated 120
volt control wiring for motors which included,
wiring input/output leads for automatic start/stop
motor control capabilities and terminated motor
disconnects with manual start/stop pushbutton

-Gorgas Steam Plant, Parrish, AL (Alabama
Power Company)†

-Installed and pulled wire through cable tray and
aluminum rigid conduit raceways.†

-Installed/terminated wireless radio control
systems for lighter oil pump sensors.†

-Installed hi-stress kits for medium voltage cables
on switchgear and flip flops.†


Outback LLC-Journeyman Electrician, Pelham AL†

-Commercial and Industrial wiring.†

-Skilled in the installation of lighting and
receptacle circuits, underground and overhead
services, and fire alarm systems.†

-Installed and terminated lighting, power,
equipment, switchgear, and service panelboards.†

-Spliced hi stress cones for underground junction
boxes, open and closed looped delta/wye

-Ability to read blueprints and perform
installations as per the National Electric Code.†

-Developed excellent customer relations skills in
a repeat business industry.†


Wayne J. Griffin Electric Inc., Apprentice
Electrician, Pelham AL†

-Worked from start to finish at Mt. Laurel
Elementary School-18 months.†

-Helped complete the second phase of Valleydale
Baptist Church.†

-Obtained industrial experience at Valley Creek
Sewage Treatment Plant and Cahaba Sewage
Treatment Plant.†

-Serviced and maintained temporary power by
recording daily logs for ground fault circuit
interrupt outlets.†


-Acquired Mining Safety and Health
Administration certification for completing above
ground courses in construction safety, potential
hazards, health, and raw materials.†

-Completed 10-hour Occupational Safety and
Health Training Course in construction safety and

-Completed 30-hour Occupational Safety and
Health Training Course in construction safety,
health, and preventive maintenance including but
not limited to, hazardous situations and fall

-Acquired City of Birmingham Journeyman
Electrician License January 9 of 2008.†

-Acquired State of Alabama Journeyman
Electrician License June 26 of 2008.†

References Available Upon Request

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