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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 Coppersmith

SUMMARY:   Profoundly gifted Coppersmith with over seven years experience in laying out, cutting, bending, and assembling pipe sections, pipefittings, and other parts from copper, brass, and other nonferrous metals.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Strong ability to read and understand blueprints, specifications, tape measure, and technical drawings.
  • Remarkable ability to inspect equipment, structures, and material.
  • Solid ability to examine products or work to verify conformance to specifications; pressure test piping system or equipment for leaks; and inspect project operations, or site to determine specification compliance.
  • Excellent ability to determine project methods and procedures.
  • Uncommon ability to communicate effectively with supervisors, peers, and subordinates.
  • Immense ability to analyze data or information.
  • Remarkable ability to repair and maintain mechanical equipment; repair or replace gas, steam, sewer, or water piping or fixtures; repair or replace malfunctioning or worn mechanical components; and clean equipment or machinery.
  • Great ability to perform general physical activities; apply adhesives, caulking, sealants, or coatings.
  • Exceptional ability to update and use relevant knowledge; use basic plumbing techniques; use hazardous materials information; use combination welding procedures; use building or land use regulations.

Professional Experience

Department of Civil Service, Minneapolis, MN
2002 - Present

Coppersmith
  • Cut, thread, and hammer pipe to specifications, using tools such as saws, cutting torches, and pipe threaders and benders.
  • Assemble and secure pipes, tubes, fittings, and related equipment, according to specifications, by welding, brazing, cementing, soldering, and threading joints.
  • Attach pipes to walls, structures and fixtures, such as radiators or tanks, using brackets, clamps, tools or welding equipment.
  • Inspect, examine, and test installed systems and pipelines, using pressure gauge, hydrostatic testing, observation, or other methods.
  • Measure and mark pipes for cutting and threading.
  • Lay out full scale drawings of pipe systems, supports, and related equipment, following blueprints.
  • Plan pipe system layout, installation, or repair according to specifications.
  • Select pipe sizes and types and related materials, such as supports, hangers, and hydraulic cylinders, according to specifications.
  • Cut and bore holes in structures, such as bulkheads, decks, walls, and mains, prior to pipe installation, using hand and power tools.
  • Modify, clean, and maintain pipe systems, units, fittings, and related machines and equipment, following specifications and using hand and power tools.

Department of Civil Service, Minneapolis, MN
1998 - 2002

Coppersmith Apprentice (under supervision)
  • Laid out full-scale floor drawings and made templates, following blueprints of pipe assemblies.
  • Built framework on bending slab to use as guide for bending, shaping, and joining assemblies.
  • Cut pipe using handtools or shop machinery, and packed it with sand, rosin, or other material to prevent flattening during bending.
  • Heated bend area with gas torch to soften metal and bended pipe, allowing for stretch at outside radius and compression at inside radius, using pipe-bending machines.
  • Reheated and hammered pipe to eliminate wrinkles resulting from bending.
  • Soldered and brazed flanges on end of pipe.
  • Flared and belled pipe mouths using belling and flaring tools and mallet.
  • Bended tubing to form coils for parts, such as feed water or oil heater.
  • Laid out patterns and templates on sheet stock, using knowledge of geometry.
  • Bended, hammered, bumped, razed, and planished sheet stock to fabricate such parts as expansion joints, tanks, heads, cowls, and air chambers, using handtools, gas torches, and shop machinery.
  • Sweated, riveted, soldered, and brazed seams to obtain finished part.
  • Coated parts by dipping them in mixture of molten tin and lead to prevent erosion, galvanic, and electrolytic action.
  • Conducted hydrostatic tests to detect leaks in fabricated pipe.
  • Installed piping aboard ship.

Education

High School Diploma (1998)




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