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Electrical Technician, Electrician


I love to work outdoors and desire a position where I can do that in operations & maintenance and/or as a Field Service Technician.


Technician II

KMGP Services Company, Inc.

Kinder Morgan, Inc. (Central Florida Pipeline, LLC.)

June 2007 to February 2011

Provided operational, technical, electrical, and mechanical support for all facility equipment, liquid products gas pipeline (10 inch and 16 inch lines), pump stations, terminal, and marine loading dock pneumatic & hydraulic equipment. Successfully calibrated blending systems and safely conducted pigging operations. Competent in TopTech/MultiLoad, TMS, SCADA, DCS systems. Follow DOT, EPA, OSHA, and USCG guidelines for inspection, testing, calibration, and documentation. Skillfully locate and mark underground utilities for Right-of-Way and One-Call (DOT OQ requirements).


RAMS, Inc. (Resource Partnering Group)

February 2007 to June 2007

Temp labor/staffing firm outsourced services to Borrell Electric Company Lic#173101 for commercial/industrial electrical construction sites on the St. Johns Pass in Madeira Beach and the Scientology high rise building in Clearwater.

Mechanic A

Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.

March 2003 to December 2006

Stationary engineering and electrical maintenance in the corporate facility and project management services department (electric shop). Asbestos Handler (NYSDOL, DEP)

Mechanic II

NRG/Reliant Energy

Orion Power Operating Services, Inc. (Astoria)

September 2001 to March 2003

Electrical maintenance (shop) in an 1816 MW fossil fuel power generation station


USN Nuclear Propulsion Program (Electrician’s Mate A School, Nuclear Power School), Orlando, FL ‘87-‘88

Middlebury College September 1983 - May1986

South Kent School, Class of 1983


Class B CDL driver with air brake endorsement and DOT Physical card.

Volumetric Meter Mechanic (Florida Dept of Agriculture & Consumer Services)

Crane & hoist inspector & operator (Florida Handling Systems, Inc.)

Transportation Worker Identification Credentials (TWIC)

Boating Safety Education (Bobber), Florida

Advanced Open Water Diver, Scuba Schools International

First Aid (ALS) and CPR with AED



Comprehend, use, and practice of National Electric Code conformance.

Able to read, understand, and interpret block & wiring diagrams, schematics, mechanical drawings.

Able to measure, cut, bend, run and install conduit (EMT, rigid & PVC) including use of bending machine.

Extremely familiar with Lock out/Tag out procedures, work permits, and enforcement.

Effectively and accurately use measuring and calibration equipment.

Understand service, repair, and operating manuals for troubleshooting, repair, and calibration of equipment.

Demonstrated skill in point-to-point wiring, termination, tinning, and soldering.

Performed all tasks associated with the operations and maintenance of a steam turbine fossil fuel power plant and the associated balance of plant equipment parameters (Power Plant Maintenance Selection System or POSS tested).

Electrical Maintenance- Experienced in troubleshooting and correcting electrical maintenance problems, including switch gear, motors, controllers, breakers, ATS, and plant wiring.

Mechanical Maintenance- Experienced in troubleshooting and correcting mechanical problems which include steam turbines, ash handling, water cooling, pumps, compressors, valves (air, motor, and manual operated) and various rotating equipment. Proficient in pump/motor shaft alignment, basic machining, basic welding, rigging, hydraulic hoist equipment, and machine power tools.

Instrumentation & Control- Experienced in troubleshooting, calibrating, repairing, tuning, and replacing sophisticated I&C monitoring equipment and components (e.g., pressure transducers, Rosemount meters, RTDs). Proven ability to maintain plant equipment and components used on conveyors, pipelines, Distributed Control System (DCS), SCADA, PLC, and related computer equipment.

Experienced with voltages from 4mA to 3 phase 480, 277/575, and 4160 VAC motor control centers (MCC), 48/125 VDC for instrument and control; 13kV for distribution and transformers, and 69 & 128kV switchyard related functions.

Practical knowledge and use of mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems operations; building & construction; engineering & technology; mathematics (Calc I and II), physics, and applied sciences.




Journeyman level Nuclear Navy trained electrician with demonstrated competency and abilities to handle any challenge. Multi-disciplined and has a solid work history with Fortune 500 companies and industries in engineering, plant operations (e.g., power generation, mining, facilities & project management, marine terminal, and liquid gas pipeline), electronics machine assembly, and entertainment (stagehand). Seeking to continue and maintain a track record of increased productivity, reliability, and responsibility.

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