123 Main Street • Atlanta, Georgia • 30339
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Objective: Seek the Position of Pump Servicer Supervisor
SUMMARY: Remarkably gifted, energetic and self motivated Pump Servicer Supervisor with huge background supervising the day-to-day operation, maintenance, and repair activities of the estuary bridges and Flood Control District pumping plant operations, county wide.
Summary of Qualifications
Six years experience.
Great knowledge of governmental regulations and codes relating to the operation and maintenance of movable bridges and pumping plants.
Exceptional knowledge of methods, tools, and equipment used in the skilled trades necessary for the maintenance and repair of drawbridges and pumps.
Profound knowledge of Drawbridge operations, including safety practices; regulations governing operations of movable bridges over navigable waters in the State of Minneapolis.
Exceptional ability to direct the day-to-day overall operation of the estuary bridges, including the scheduling of operations.
Profound ability to assist in planning and organizing all phases of work relevant to bridge operations and maintenance, and keep detailed records of maintenance work.
In-depth skill in using the tools and equipment required to perform complex bridge and large pump maintenance and repair work.
Exceptional ability to instruct others in bridge and pump maintenance and repair.
Excellent ability to read and work from complex blueprints.
Remarkable ability to operate drawbridges with safety and skill, keep accurate and detailed records.
Uncommon ability to plan, organize, make decisions, analyze and solve problems.
Excellent ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Work closely with the Bridge and Pump Superintendent on scheduling of work assignments and policy matters related to bridge operations; remain on 24-hour call in case of emergency requiring immediate bridge and pumping plant repairs.
Inspect all bridges regularly to check mechanical condition, note repairs needed, and assist bridge tenders with operating or maintenance problems, plans needed repairs and replacements, and submit estimates.
Plan and supervise new electrical and mechanical installations as required.
Direct or supervise the painting and repair of wooden, steel, and concrete bridge structures.
Confer with Bridge and Pump Superintendent on problems of major maintenance and repair.
Direct, supervise, and personally perform varied maintenance tasks, such as servicing and overhauling switches, relays, generators, motors, governors, photoelectric controls, timing devices, and other equipment.
Repair, or replacing hydraulic brakes, reducing gears, traffic gate mechanisms, shims, bearings and pumps, and other mechanical equipment including work done by service contractors.
Supervise the maintenance of large pump systems including pumps, gear drive components, and engine and motor assemblies, and all control and recording devices.
Supervise general shop work requiring skill in the use of a wide variety of machine tools and equipment including drill presses, grinders, air and hydraulic presses, and arc and gas welding, brazing and soldering equipment.
Order supplies and parts required for bridges and pumping plant maintenance and repair, check on delivery, and supervise proper storage.
Keep detailed operational records and make reports.
Department of Works, Rainbow County, Minneapolis 2000 - 2002
Utility Service Worker
Performed skilled and semi-skilled work in the construction, installation, repair and maintenance of water distribution system mains, service lines and related facilities and equipment.
Installed, tested, inspected, replaced, maintained and repaired domestic, commercial and industrial water meters.
Tested, disassembled and cleaned water meters; repaired and replaced worn and defective parts in meters; raised and lowered meter box heights; cleaned and reset meter boxes; responded to complaints of leaking, broken and malfunctioning meters.
Performed flow tests and pressure checks on water meters, including large, compound industrial meters.
Performed skilled work in assembling, laying and aligning water distribution mains and service lines.
Located and repaired leaks in water distribution mains, services, pumps, valves and related facilities and appurtenances.
Set up and removed barricades to protect crews from street traffic; directed traffic at work sites.
Performed duties in confined spaces, utilizing departmental safety equipment, policies and procedures; lifted and removed vault lids; ventilated vaults; performed vault repairs.
Located buried valves; determined water flow direction and performed required main shutdown procedures.
Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering University of New York (2000)