CV, Experienced Mechanical Craftsman Seeks Career Worldwide

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 13138

Skills keywords: assembly fitter, engineering operative, final finish, paint sprayer
Short Bio:

July 25, 2014

I worked for Cummins Generator Technologies for 19 years in heavy assembly, bar weld, final finish, spray and dispatch, renewable energy and research and technology. Assembly involved full nut and bolt build of high voltage alternators including building and fitting wiring panels, balancing and fitting bearings to rotor shafts. It also involved moving, lifting machinery with remote overhead cranes.
My current employment is engineering operative (Morissons) Woodhead Bros Abbatoir

Current location: England, United Kingdom - View on map
Nationality: English
Preferred Sector of Employment:  Oil, Gas and Energy, Manufacturing and Operations
Spoken languages: english
Location I am interested in working: Anywhere

Education And Qualifications
OG/UK Medical Certificate
Fit for working offshore in Norwegian sector of north sea
Valid until 23/04/2016

Minimum Industry Safety Training MIST
Date achieved 08/04/2014
Training provider: PETANS, Norwich

Basic Offshore Survival Course BOSIET
Date Achieved: 24/01/2014
Training provider: PETANS, Norwich

NEBOSH General National Certificate
Training provider: Boston College

Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Instructing Exercise and Fitness-Gym-based exercise (500/9411/7)
Date Achieved: 25/01/2013
Training Provide: Huntingdon Regional College

Emergency First Aid at Work -1 day training
Date Achieved: 30/09/2012
Training Provider: First for Medical Training Limited (FMT Limited)

NVQ Level 2 Business Improvement Techniques
Date Achieved: 19/07/2011
Training Provider: EMTA Awards Limited (EAL), Lincoln

NVQ Level 2 Performing Manufacturing Operations
Date Achieved: 03/08/2007
Training Provider: EMTA Awards Limited (EAL), Lincoln

NVQ Level 2 Joining Materials by Welding
Date Achieved: 01/1995
Training Provider: Engineering Training Authority (ENTRA), Bourne Trainline

Certificate of Basic Training – 1 day basic operator course on a Rider Pallet Truck Electric Test Lift Height 115 mm
Date Achieved: 16/03/2011
Training Provider: BDW Training (ITSSAR Accredited)

Preventative Maintenance (Nightshift) (June 2013– Present)
Morrisons Abattoir (Spalding, Lincolnshire)
Morrisons Abattoir is a large pork and beef abattoir slaughtering in excess of 4000 livestock per day on a two shift system, the third shift being a maintenance and hygiene shift with a small skeleton maintenance team to carry out all machinery PM routines and operational repairs on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
As part of this small, energetic and hardworking team my responsibilities are to ensure all PM routines are completed thoroughly, correctly and repeatedly on all process equipment, a key measure of this is the engineering downtime currently running at less than 3.5%

Key Achievements
• Regular completion of PM’s at 98% full completion
• Engineering downtime less than 3.5%, previously at 6%
• Project completion of two main lubrication systems to reduce labour and breakdowns
• Installation of centralised lubrication (greasing) system on beef line reducing labour requirement and repetitive breakdowns
• PM routine creation using CMMS for various PM tasks
• Voluntary ownership of Oiling and greasing across site
• Part of overhaul team during major new installation
• Improvement of shift communication with introduction of fixed communication with hygiene team leaders
• Stand-in support for shift leader

Workshop Assembly fitter and welder (Dec 1994 – December 2012)
Cummins Generator Technologies (Stamford, Lincolnshire)
My duties within this busy assembly workshop were to manufacture, assemble, and test the large, heavy engineered generator equipment and full range of equipment assembled on site.
As a trained, time served assembly shop technician I regularly spent periods of time working with R&D as part of the team to develop assembly and maintenance based improvements to the range equipment manufactured by Cummins. My duties as a senior assembly shop engineer were to carryout Value stream mapping and Time based KAIZEN, SMED and POKE YOKE exercises to improve both the requirements of the assemblers and the manufacturing time of equipment.
Duties and Skills
-Heavy assembly large machines;
• extensive nut bolt build of low, medium and high voltage assembly to drawing specifications
• nut and bolt assembly of entire machine
• sub-assembly of machine saddles
• spray and final finish/preparation for despatch
-Electrical Panel
• reading of wiring diagrams to create wiring panels for high voltage alternators
• full wiring panel assembly to wiring and assembly drawings
• final completion of wiring to schematic drawing
• assembly of panels to main machine
• field device mount and wiring
-Vacuum Pressure Impregnation (VPI)
-Bar weld and epoxy spray
-Trickle Riggs
– Exciter Impregnation
-Op 60 (bearing fitting and rotor installation into stators);
• inserting HC and MV rotors
• fitting and building of HC and MV bearing cartridges
– Clean down prep spray undercoat top coat paint in all different varieties like matt, gloss, metallic and silk finishes
– Operating remote overhead crane