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Desired Industry: Technician SpiderID: 72968
Desired Job Location: Raleigh/Durham North Carolina, North Carolina Date Posted: 7/13/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization:
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Willing to Relocate:


Objective:
Kevin Kearney
224 Virginia Ave
Henderson, North Carolina, 27536 United
States
2527672963
kevinkearney60@yahoo.com



July 13, 2014











Dear Sir or Madam:

Please accept this letter and my
attached resume as application for a
[POSITION] position listed in [SOURCE].
My accomplishments have included the
following:I have an extensive electrical
background working with high voltage 480
and better.I have some PLC
experience(Allen Bradley & Mitsubishi).
Im certfied in HVAC and Electrcal
wiring. I have wastewater ,compressor
monitoring, and vacom experience.Im
familiar with all pm's and
instrumentation within wastewater
including cooling towers. I have also
had experience with hydraulic and
pneumatic systems.


I would appreciate the opportunity to
meet and further share with you my
qualifications and enthusiasm for
joining the [COMPANY] team. I invite you
to review my attached resume and thank
you for your consideration.

Sincerely,




Kevin Kearney

Enclosure: Resume


Experience:
Kevin Kearney
224 Virginia Ave
Henderson, North Carolina, 27536
United States
2527672963
kevinkearney60@yahoo.com




PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
AWNC, Durham, North Carolina United
States
Facility Maintenace Technician, Sep 2013
Feb 2014
Perform routine preventive
maintenance to ensure that machines
continue to run smoothly, building
systems operate efficiently, or the
physical condition of buildings does not
deteriorate.
Use tools ranging from common
hand and power tools, such as hammers,
hoists, saws, drills, and wrenches, to
precision measuring instruments and
electrical and electronic testing
devices.
Assemble, install, or repair
wiring, electrical or electronic
components, pipe systems, plumbing,
machinery, or equipment.
Inspect drives, motors, and
belts, check fluid levels, replace
filters, or perform other maintenance
actions, following checklists.
Paint or repair roofs, windows,
doors, floors, woodwork, plaster,
drywall, or other parts of building
structures.
Provide grounds keeping
services, such as landscaping and snow
removal.
Perform general cleaning of
buildings or properties.
Test and treat water supply.
Perform routine maintenance on
boilers, such as replacing burners or
hoses, installing replacement parts, or
reinforcing structural weaknesses to
ensure optimal boiler efficiency.

MICROSOFT DATA CENTER, Boydton, Virginia
United States
Electrician, Sep 2012 Aug 2013
Connect wires to circuit
breakers, transformers, or other
components.
Repair or replace wiring,
equipment, or fixtures, using hand tools
or power tools.
Assemble, install, test, or
maintain electrical or electronic
wiring, equipment, appliances,
apparatus, or fixtures, using hand tools
or power tools.
Test electrical systems or
continuity of circuits in electrical
wiring, equipment, or fixtures, using
testing devices, such as ohmmeters,
voltmeters, or oscilloscopes, to ensure
compatibility and safety of system.
Use a variety of tools or
equipment, such as power construction
equipment, measuring devices, power
tools, and testing equipment, such as
oscilloscopes, ammeters, or test lamps.
Work from ladders, scaffolds, or
roofs to install, maintain, or repair
electrical wiring, equipment, or
fixtures.
Place conduit, pipes, or tubing,
inside designated partitions, walls, or
other concealed areas, and pull
insulated wires or cables through the
conduit to complete circuits between
boxes.
High Voltage terminations

PACIFIC COAST FEATHERS, Henderson, North
Carolina United States
Maintenance Mechanic, Feb 2005 Jan
2006
Clean, lubricate, or adjust
parts, equipment, or machinery.
Enter codes and instructions to
program computer-controlled machinery.
Assembled and ran conveyors. Did
maintenance to conveyors and changed
bearings out as needed.

BRYANT DURHAM ELECTRIC, Durham, North
Carolina United States
Electrician, Jan 2006 Dec 2008
Test electrical systems or
continuity of circuits in electrical
wiring, equipment, or fixtures, using
testing devices, such as ohmmeters,
voltmeters, or oscilloscopes, to ensure
compatibility and safety of system.
Place conduit, pipes, or tubing,
inside designated partitions, walls, or
other concealed areas, and pull
insulated wires or cables through the
conduit to complete circuits between
boxes.
Perform physically demanding
tasks, such as digging trenches to lay
conduit or moving or lifting heavy
objects.
High Voltage terminations

ATLANTIC WORKFORCE, Raleigh, North
Carolina United States
Electrician, Feb 2009 Aug 2012
Connect wires to circuit
breakers, transformers, or other
components.
Assemble, install, test, or
maintain electrical or electronic
wiring, equipment, appliances,
apparatus, or fixtures, using hand tools
or power tools.
Test electrical systems or
continuity of circuits in electrical
wiring, equipment, or fixtures, using
testing devices, such as ohmmeters,
voltmeters, or oscilloscopes, to ensure
compatibility and safety of system.
Use a variety of tools or
equipment, such as power construction
equipment, measuring devices, power
tools, and testing equipment, such as
oscilloscopes, ammeters, or test lamps.
Diagnose malfunctioning systems,
apparatus, or components, using test
equipment and hand tools to locate the
cause of a breakdown and correct the
problem.
Install ground leads and connect
power cables to equipment, such as
motors.
Work from ladders, scaffolds, or
roofs to install, maintain, or repair
electrical wiring, equipment, or
fixtures.
Place conduit, pipes, or tubing,
inside designated partitions, walls, or
other concealed areas, and pull
insulated wires or cables through the
conduit to complete circuits between
boxes.
Perform physically demanding
tasks, such as digging trenches to lay
conduit or moving or lifting heavy
objects.

EDUCATION
Johnston Coummunity College, , North
Carolina United States
HVAC/Electrical Wiring, Mar 1997
I graduated from high school in
1989 taking all advance college courses
and continued my education at JCC where
I received certifications for HVAC and
Electrical Wiring.

Vance Senior High, , North Carolina
United States
High School Diploma, Jun 1989
Took all advance courses. 3.7
grade average. Made Dean's list 85/86 &
88/89.

ADDITIONAL SKILLS
I have experience running
forklifts, backhoes, e-cars, scissor
lifts & boom lifts. Ive used all sorts
of tools in the Electrical Field such
as pipe benders,electrical meters, pipe
threaders,pvc,rigid,emt &cmt. I have an
extensive history in the electrical
field of about 12yrs. I have some plc
trouble shooting knowledge(Allen Bradley
and Mitsubishi).I have experience with
low and high voltage systems 480 and
higher. Ive worked with two phase and 3
phase motors changing belts and bearings
as needed.I've also had experience with
hydraulic and pneumatic systems at AWNC
& Pacific Coast Feathers.




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