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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 Gas Plant Operator

SUMMARY:   Remarkably gifted and resourceful Gas Plant Operator with over six years experience in distributing and processing gas for utility companies and others by controlling compressors to maintain specified pressures on main pipelines.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Strong math and science skills.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Exceptional ability to make the right decision and judgment.
  • Remarkable manual dexterity and strong mechanical ability.
  • Profound analytical/critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  • Strong computer skills, and demonstrated ability to work    within a team environment.
  • Uncommonly self-motivated, capable of working without    supervision and committed to successfully meeting production,    cost, safety and environment goals for the area.

    Professional Experience

    Sandel Oil and Gas Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2002 - Present

    Gas Plant Operator
    • Adjust temperature, pressure, vacuum, level, flow rate, and transfer of gas to maintain processes at required levels and to correct problems.
    • Calculate gas ratios to detect deviations from specifications, using testing apparatus.
    • Change charts in recording meters.
    • Clean, maintain, and repair equipment, using hand tools, or request that repair and maintenance work be performed.
    • Collaborate with other operators to solve unit problems.
    • Contact maintenance crews when necessary.
    • Control equipment to regulate flow and pressure of gas to feedlines of boilers, furnaces, and related steam-generating or heating equipment.
    • Control fractioning columns, compressors, purifying towers, heat exchangers, and related equipment in order to extract nitrogen and oxygen from air.
    • Control operation of compressors, scrubbers, evaporators, and refrigeration equipment in order to liquefy, compress, and regasify natural gas.
    • Determine causes of abnormal pressure variances, and make corrective recommendations, such as installation of pipes to relieve overloading.
    • Distribute and process gas for utility companies and industrial plants, using panel boards, control boards, and semi-automatic equipment.
    • Monitor equipment functioning, observe temperature, level, and flow gauges, and perform regular unit checks, in order to ensure that all equipment is operating as it should.
    • Monitor transportation and storage of flammable and other potentially dangerous products to ensure that safety guidelines are followed.
    • Operate construction equipment to install and maintain gas distribution systems.
    • Read logsheets to determine product demand and disposition, or to detect malfunctions.
    • Record, review, and compile operations records, test results, and gauge readings such as temperatures, pressures, concentrations, and flows.

    Sandel Oil and Gas Inc., Minneapolis, MN
    2000 - 2002

    Gas Plant Operator Apprentice (under supervision)
    • Controlled fractionating columns, compressors, purifying towers, heat exchangers, and related equipment to extract nitrogen and oxygen from air for industrial and therapeutic use.
    • Turned valves in specified sequence to control flow of air through series of units that compressed and liquefied it, removed carbon dioxide and impurities, and separated resulting product into nitrogen and oxygen.
    • Observed pressure, temperature, level, and flow gauges to ensure standard operation.
    • Tested oxygen for purity and moisture content at various stages of process, using burette and moisture meter.
    • Adjusted equipment according to test results and knowledge of process and equipment.
    • Opened valves to transfer liquid or gaseous oxygen through heat exchanger to cool air, to heat and vaporize liquid oxygen, and to store gaseous or liquid oxygen in storage tanks at specified temperature and pressure.
    • Turned valves to transfer compressed oxygen to storage cylinders.
    • Cleaned and repaired equipment, such as replacing defective valves and removing carbon from valves, using handtools and airhose.
    • Recorded gauge readings and tested results.
    • Opened valves to convey hot nitrogen through alternate batteries of driers to remove moisture.
    • Cleaned and refilled drier with activated alumina.
    • Operated equipment to extract, compress, and liquefy hydrogen from natural gas.

    Education

    High School Diploma (2000)




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