Journeyman boilermaker , supervisor, coordinator, quality control


Last Updated: 1st June 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Address
Canada

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Male

Age Range
25 to 34

Qualification Level
Trade Qualification

Summary

I am a process-oriented and results-driven Red Seal Journeyman Boilermaker and quality control inspector. Who has a passion for working on the production or repair of a wide variety of manufactured goods and possesses a successful track record of determining whether products meet expected standards. I possess a technical mind that excels when being challenged and possesses an entrepreneurial spirit along with a successful track record of ensuring the timeliness, quality and accuracy of a production process.

Education

Nait
Boilermaker apprentice

   Jun 2009
— Jan 2015

Completed all trade components and certification exams

Eastern college
Criminology

   Sep 2003
— Oct 2005

Completed my criminology dipoloma covering a wide range of topics from criminal justice, behavioral modification, physiology, sociology, political science, etc....

Experience

Chicago bridge and iron
Turnaround facilitator

   Feb 2017
— May 2017

• Mapping all the repair locations as well as tracking all the progress for each repair such as nde requirements.
• Distribution of repair documents to supervision and field QC.
• NDE request and report reviewing.
• Using data to substantiate decision-making.
• Carrying out functional testing on components and subcomponents.
• Knowledge of audit standards.
• Scrubbing the final package books for sign off by Quality Assurance team
• Paying close attention to detail.
• Writing up reports for quality managers.
• Read blueprints and schematic drawings to determine work procedures
• Coordination between the quality control and the NDE subcontractors
• Supervision of welders and torque up crews.
• Identifying problems and suggesting solutions.

Chicago bridge and iron company
Nde coordinator

   Feb 2016
— Nov 2016

• Read blueprints and schematic drawings to determine work procedures
• Coordination between the quality control and the NDE subcontractors
• Identifying problems and suggesting solutions.
• Ability to work effectively and efficiently in a team environment.
• Using data to substantiate decision-making.
• Carrying out functional testing on components and subcomponents.
• Knowledge of audit standards.
• Quality Control on flange face inspections and torque ups.
• Scrubbing the final package books for sign off by Quality Assurance team
• Materials verification (gaskets, metal grade, welding rod…etc.)
• Document management .
• Writing up reports for quality managers.
• Shop and field boilermaker duties
• Supervision of welders and torque up crews

Chicago bridge and iron company
Quality control and pwht consultant

   Jul 2015
— Nov 2015

• Post weld heat treating for piping on the construction of the coker charge lines.
• Train Crews in post weld heat treatment
• Managing the post weld heating crew.
• Quality Control on flange face inspections and torque ups.
• Scrubbing the final package books for sign off by Quality Assurance.
• Materials verification (gaskets, metal grade, welding rod…etc.)
• Supervision

Chicago bridge and iron company
Journeyman boilermaker / foreman

   Feb 2015
— Jul 2015

• Building two new PSE unites for the fort hills expansion to Suncor.
• Foreman of the rigging crew and platform assembly.

Chicago bridge and iron company
Boilermaker / boilermaker apprentice

   Mar 2011
— Sep 2014

I was a part of a few different projects at this location.
• 12 froth vessels this site: built and moved, as well as installed. Duties included everything from rigging and installation of key components of the build process, setup and teardown of all weld equipment, layout and fitting of steel plate and platforms. As well as the post weld heat treating on vessels.
• placed on a tank construction crew to assist in the building of two storage fuel tank floors
• Post weld heat treating for piping. on this job had the opportunity to train co-workers on the setup and procedures as well as how to operate the equipment
• Float cell construction. Blueprint reading was essential.
• Horton radiography crew. we would shoot multiple pipe welds each night on piping welds using a ir192 source in a model 880 camera

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