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Desired Industry: Machinist SpiderID: 23521
Desired Job Location: Blind Bay, British Columbia Date Posted: 11/24/2008
Type of Position: Full-Time Temporary Availability Date: Feb. 2 ,2009
Desired Wage: 50,000
U.S. Work Authorization: No
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 50-75%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: Yes

I am willing to be assigned anywhere as long as it is safe and habitable for human standards. I can take the job anytime under the above qualification (ready for deployment). I can take challenges and learn fast, adaptable to environment. I also had been assigned to industries, to train their skilled workers on safety practices and technical skill upgrading.
I can speak English and can understand accent from north, south, west and east states of the U.S.A. British and Australian. Also understand/ speak little Mandarin.
All the above data are true and accurate.

Employments and experiences;

Dec.12 1976-Jun. 25 1978 Machine shop skills trainee for General Machinist
Vortex Machine Shop, Tacloban City
Job description;
Trainee in Machine Shop Practice;
Lecture and practice on Demonstrate Work Values;
Practice House Keeping, Demonstrate Work Values, Apply Safety
Practice, Mensuration and Calculation.
Basic Manual lathe Operation, Bench Work Practice, Basic Grinding
on Cutting Tools, Basic Shaper Machine Operation and Basic Milling Machine Operation.
Apprentice in Machine Shop Practice;
Read Technical Drawing/ Blue Print, Perform Lay Out on Work
Piece, Perform Basic Welding Operation.
Perform Operations on the following Machines with less Supervision;
Manual Lathe Machine, Shaper Machine, Surface Grinder, Milling

Jun.25 1978-Mar.29 1981 Welder and General Machinist, Vortex Machine shop
Tacloban City
Job description;
Perform Welding Build-Up on worn-out Parts; Rotating Shafting (mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Bronze),
Perform Welding On Non ferrow Materials.
Perform Machining like; Fabrication Machine Parts, Machining of
Post machine parts,
Manual Lathe; Fabrication of, Bushings, Drive shafts, Piston Rings,
Valve seats, Valves, Lead Screws, Flange couplings,
Boring on; Bearing Hubs, Piston Liners, Marine Propellers etc.
Machining Post Machine Parts; Bulldozer Build-Up Roller and
Idler, Build-Up Electric Motor Cover and Parts, Build-Up differential
Perform Threading Operations Metric, American Std., Square, Acme etc, also Multi Entry Thread.
Perform Milling Operations; Fabricate Spur Gears, Perform Key-way
On rotating/Drive Shafts, etc
Perform Grinding Operations; Restorations of precision surfaces, Valves Lip Restorations etc.
Perform Shaper Operations; Plane Operations, Hub key-way.

Mar.291981-Mar. 20 2000 Shop Technical Supervisor, Vortex Machine Shop,
Tacloban City
Job description;
Perform Technical Assistance to Clients on; Technical Designs, Technical Advice and Alike Services.
Perform Work Cost and Material Estimate.
Perform Supervision on all In-house Technical Trainings.
Perform Supervision on Over-all Machine Shop Technical Performance.
Perform Written Reports on Shop Machines Performance.
Preside Technical Meetings
Review the Maintenance Reports of All Shop Equipments.


Elementary & Secondary: Sacred Heart School, Tacloban City
Collegiate: Leyte Institute of Technology, Tacloban City
Course: Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering


Trainings completed:
1. Tutorial Training Program, Sept. 1 1985- Antonio Maceda
AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC Mar. 15 1986 840 Trainer
2. Industry Training Program, Nov.5-11 1980 48 VORTEX
6 G WELDING ON PIPE Machine shop
3. Industry Training Program Jan. 8-12 1979 32 VORTEX
OXY/ACETYLENE Machine shop
4. Industry Training Program Jun.25-Jul.30 1978 280 VORTEX
BASIC WELDING Machine shop
5. Industry Training Program, Dec.12 1976-
PRACTICE and GENERAL Machine shop
1 Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
Assessor for Machining NC II
Accreditation No. MEE2-0508080328
Valid from July 5, 2005 to July 5, 2008
2. Automotive Service Technician
Certificate No. 060803021864
Valid from August 10, 2006 to August 10, 2009
3. Automotive Service Technician NC II
Certificate No. 07080302719
Valid from March 14, 2007 to March 14, 2010
3. Electric Arc Welder (Level II)
Certificate No. 050803021027
October 24, 2005
4. General Machinist, Class B
June 13, 1988

Minor Skills;
1. Special Metal Welding Technology (DC Arc , Gas and Tungsten arc)
. Aluminum, Stainless, Bronze, Alloy, Cast Iron etcs.
2. Automotive Painting
3. Machine Design
4. Computer Literate
5. Masonry
6. Carpentry
7. Professional Drivers License Holder
Light Truck and Boom Truck

Additional Information:
Awards, Appreciations & Recognitions received:
1. Plaque of Appreciation for their sustained support August 30, 2005,
and contribution to the training of technical TESDA Reg. 8
Workers by accepting many In-Plant trainees to their firm.
2. Certificate of Recognition for serving as coach October 11-13,
of the 1st Prize winner in Lathe Machine Operation 1994
during the 1994 regional Youth Skills Olympics Regional Youth Skills skills Olympic Exec
3. Special Award in connection with the Invention April 26-28, 1990
Contest, First Eastern Visayas Technology Fair,. Dept. of Science &
Tacloban City (Entry: Power Tiller, Mechanical Technology category) Reg. 8
4. Certificate of Appreciation for his invaluable October 22, 1990
Service as Judge in Lathe Machine Operator during Regional Skills Regional Youth Skills Olympics Olympics Exec Committee

Available upon request.

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