Candidate: C0E22516

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Overview

Qualifications Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship on Dec 1, 2011 Demonstrated supervisory experience Working knowledge of IBEW contract 7 years leading diverse teams of represented employees Demonstrated ability to work effectively across stakeholder lines Safety champion and role model Substation construction subject matter expert Project management experience 5+ years Journeyman level field experience

Skills

  • Electrician
  • Journeyman Electrician
  • PG&E Employee

Qualifications

TypeNameStartEnd
Certification Completion of Apprenticeship for GC Electrician 3/28/2008 12/11/2011
License Crane Operator 3/10/2017 3/10/2022

Employment History

CompanyTitleStartEnd
ASAP Construction Electrician 12/1/2017 1/31/2018
Plan and diagram electrical systems Work from blueprints provided by the general contractor Install the conduits and run the electrical wiring Wire instruments that control the power, lighting and heating units in buildings. Wires are usually terminated at switches, circuit breaker panels and relays. Work with many standard hand tools including sawzalls, screwdrivers, pliers and knives. Familiar with using power tools, test meters, pipe threaders and conduit benders
Pacific Gas and Electric Lead Electrician and Planner-GC 3/28/2011 3/23/2017
Operate small projects(1-4 month duration) with 2-3 workers on clearance driven schedule Work close with an Electrician Technician to develop a schedule for wiring and testing of equipment Red/Green line engineered issued prints for correct wiring and connection points Work with high voltage equipment ranging from 480V to 500KV Knowledge with testing equipment such as TTR, Meggar, Micro-ohm, Hi-pot and breaker analyzer Indoor wiring: Controls, relays, AC/DC panels and schemes to PG&E standards Outdoor wiring: Transformers, circuit breakers, potential transformers, current transformers, outdoor AC panels and bus differential cabinets Build electrical substations from ground up: structures, switches, jack bus, ect. Build expansions in control rooms for new relay packages or upgrades Qualified electrical worker and observer Responsible for managing all project resources and hours to complete each project Work close with each Project Manager, Lead System Operator, contractor, Electrical Technician Department, and engineers to develop a construction sequence and clearance plans to achieve a successful EDRO Forecast monthly reports for each project being constructed to ensure hours are being achieved Obtain contracts from outfits such as welding, underground(conduit and grid work), core drilling, crane operator and canus Assist with any material issues for ongoing and future construction projects Serve as temporary supervisor for vacation/sick relief