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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Canal Equipment Supervisor

SUMMARY:   Remarkably gifted, skillful and resourceful Canal Equipment Supervisor with great experience supervising the operations and maintenance program for all canal structures, equipment, and channels within an assigned section.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Seven years experience.
  • Excellent knowledge of the principles and practices of supervision.
  • In-depth knowledge of safety procedures.
  • Immense knowledge of the rules, regulations, and policies governing use of the canal system.
  • Profound knowledge of work planning and scheduling techniques related to maintenance and operation of the canal system.
  • Immense working knowledge of the operation and maintenance of canal structures and channels.
  • Great working knowledge of machine shop maintenance and operating practices.
  • Remarkable working knowledge of the operation and maintenance of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic equipment used in the canal system.
  • Profound working knowledge of construction and rehabilitation techniques and methods used to construct and repair canal structures, channels, and equipment.
  • Exceptional ability to establish and maintain satisfactory relationships with subordinates, supervisors, and the public.
  • Uncommon ability to analyze and prepare written reports.
  • Strong ability to analyze program requirements, allocate resources, and set priorities, goals, and timetables.
  • Sound ability to evaluate the condition of structures and equipment, determine maintenance and rehabilitation needs, and plan projects to meet needs.

Professional Experience

Department of Works, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Canal Equipment Supervisor
  • Plan, design, and schedule rehabilitation projects, including determining the materials, supplies, equipment, and staff needed to complete projects.
  • Review and approve seasonal maintenance schedules and programs.
  • Determine priorities for maintenance and rehabilitation projects.
  • Prepare annual work programs, including determination of resources needed.
  • Assure that staff are assigned to operate structures on a 24-hour basis.
  • Inspect canal structures and channels periodically to determine condition, assure they are properly maintained, and plan work projects and programs.
  • Review work reports and program records, noting any problems.
  • Coordinate work projects and programs for the units and reassigns staff and equipment as needed.
  • Evaluate unit work performance.
  • Supervise subordinate staff.
  • Implement and supervise safety programs for staff.
  • Interview and select staff for appointment and promotion.
  • Prepare employee evaluations and counsel employees about their performance and work problems.
  • Recommend notices of discipline and provide documentation.
  • Provide training for staff.

Department of Works, Rainbow County, Minneapolis
2000 - 2002

Canal Equipment Mechanic
  • Repaired and maintained gates and other structures of irrigation canals, using handtools, power tools, and welding equipment.
  • Disassembled gate-moving gear at dam sites to remove worn and damaged gate cable, using mechanics' handtools.
  • Slide fitting over new cable and poured molten zinc over fitting to secure fitting to cable.
  • Threaded cable around drum of gate lifting apparatus and bolts fitting to gate.
  • Welded broken parts of gates and other dam structures.
  • Built scaffolding and working platforms, using handtools.
  • Sandblasted old paint and corrosion from gates.
  • Painted gates, using spray gun.
  • Lubricated gear trains, gear boxes, cables, and other fittings, using hand grease gun.
  • Mixed concrete, repaired and constructed wells and pumps, using jackhammer, air drill, and water pump.
  • Constructed and repaired structural and mechanical parts of checks, turnouts, and wasteways along canals.
  • Repaired and maintained inland waterway structures and equipment.

Education

Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering
University of New York (2000)




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