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Electrician, Facilities Technician Resume

Desired Industry: Electrician SpiderID: 52837
Desired Job Location: Bridgeport, Connecticut Date Posted: 7/22/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: asap
Desired Wage: 53,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Undecided

To obtain a full-time position in an organization with health benefits, vacation policy and a 40 hour or more work week that will allow me to utilize my electrical skills.


Fluor Enterprises, Inc, 2010 – February 2011
Unilever Project Trumbull, CT
Paul Dion, Supervisor

I managed five (5) buildings maintaining electrical equipment, machinery, scales, power panels and transformers. I was responsible for ordering material from various vendors for completing different projects. In short, I did everything from major installation to changing bulbs and ballasts. I was laid off in February 2011 due to downsizing in the Company.

NRG Energy, Inc March 2008 – July 2009
Frank Leopardi, Supervisor Norwalk, CT

I had the opportunity to work at the NRG power plant which had a two (2) unit boiler system that ran two turbines. My job was to maintain not only the boilers and the turbines but to also maintain the Five (5) buildings associated with the plant. My duties ranged from replacing ballasts and bulbs to running conduit for new installations throughout the plant. I was laid off in July 2009 due to budget cuts.

County Electric Bridgeport, CT
Michael Corrtina, Owner 2005 - 2008

At County Electric their primary business is larger scale commercial installations. My initial responsibilities began with the rough electrical installations of new construction as well as remodeling older buildings and homes. Within a year my responsibilities grew from apprentice work to supervising the other apprentices and then promoted to construction foreman responsible for two or more construction crews. I took pride in the responsibilities that the company entrusted in me. Laid off in 2008 due to lack of work.

EDUCATION: Housatonic Community College Bridgeport, CT
One year towards a two-year Human Service Degree

Course Highlights: English, Math, Sociology, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Public Speaking and Introduction to computers

CERTIFICATION: Emmett O’Brien Technical School, Ansonia, CT
Electrician Apprenticeship Certification

CERTIFICATION: Emmett O’Brien Technical School, Ansonia, CT
Electrician Apprenticeship Certification

• Electrical systems, equipment and fixtures
• Electrical equipment, repair and maintenance
• Low and High voltage (480V – 13,800V), single and multi-line wiring
• National Electric Code Provisions
• Blueprint reading
• Occupation Hazard and Safety Precautions
• Interior and Exterior wiring

Additional Information:
I am a very hard worker who is dedicated to every job that I take on. As you can see from my qualifications, I have a broad range of experience in all facets of the electrical field as well as commercial and residential construction. I am a “people person” and I have dealt with customers throughout my entire working career.

I am hoping that you review my resume and at least allow me an interview. Thank you so much for your time. I will be the right man for your job and I will not disappoint you. I can be reached on my cell at (203) 217-9557 at any time.

Available upon request.

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