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CV, Mechanical Field Service Engineer Looking Worldwide

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Serial No: 23638

List top 5 skills: electrical, fault finding, hydraulics, mechanical, welding/fab
Short Bio:

Please refer to cv below.

Current location: 

England, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

Polish

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy, Manufacturing and Operations

Spoken languages: 

english, polish

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Profile

During my career I had a chance to developed strong analytical, research and time management skills and it is a normal practice for me to quickly spot a fault, analyze it and search for solution and schedule repair considering other work planned for that day. Very high commitment to my work is my strong point, I work hard often doing overtime hours to meet company’s needs and also have good cooperation with the team I work. I am steady and serious person well organized, detail oriented and able to prioritize effectively to manage conflicting demands in a fast paced work environment and maintain calm under the pressure. Always adapt to meet the unique needs of each organization from excellent face-to-face customer service through work at height to travel around the World.

Over the last several years, I have handled set duties and “as needed” projects like i.e. construction of prototype of water turbine, work with UK biggest cranes, megawatt generators or pumps are just a few to mention.

I am not scared of change as I easily adapt to new environment or technological novelties.

Ability gained to work both as an effective team member and independently, using my own initiative. I am quick to pick up new instructions and eager to learn.

I am known for taking pride in my work and want to work for company with reputation for producing quality well. My goal is to progress to management level.

Career Summary

Jan’15 – Present
Heavy Equipment Mechanic NWC IV at United Rentals, CNRL Oil Sand, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.

Responsibilities:

Service, Repair and Maintenance of company equipment included but not limited to Genie; Boom-Lifts, Scissor- Lifts, Reach Forklifts, JLG
SKYJACK, WACKER-NEUSON( Generators ,Pumps, Vibrio-plates, Stackers), MULTIQUIP Generators, Dealing with Minor and Major Repairs,
Warranty Repair, Diesel and Petrol Engine Repair, Hydraulic System Repair, Apprentice Training, Fault finding and Repair Electrical System 12V- 480V, Day-to-day Equipment Operating Duties,

Sep’14 ¬ Jan’15
Offshore Plant Mechanic/Tower Crane Technician, (Fort Crossing Bridge Constructors) Rosyth, UK

Responsibilities:

Service, Repair and Preventing Maintenance of Company Offshore Equipment like Diesel Generators, Tower Lights, Mig Welding, Compressors, Forklifts, Hydraulic Power Packs, Hydraulic Winches, Hydraulic Lifts, Hydraulic Drive Water Pumps, Putzmeister Mobile and Boom Cementing Pumps, Batching Plant, Conveyors, Assist Strief and Liebbherr Engineers with Jump-up and Repair of 3x 40t Tower Crane(up to 170m Height)Welding and Fabrication duties, Electrical Duties, Logistics, Dealing with Subcontractors and H&S.

Dec’13 – Aug’14
Mobile Tail-Lift Service Engineer, Johnstone Eng.(Falkirk)

Responsibilities

Service and Repair of Tail Lifts at Customer’s site, 24/7 Emergency Call-out (Scotland), Electrical and hydraulic fault finding, L.O.L.E.R Inspections, Welding and fabrication duties.

Sept 13 ¬ Nov’13
Mechanical Fitter for The Aggreko, Dumbarton

Responsibilities:

Working with 50/60 Hz gas and diesel engines, building power generators from 300 KW to 1.5 MW, assembly water valve, oil valve, gas valve, breather, AC/DC lights and switches, end float checking , fitting parts and equipment to engine and alternators, PTI- pre-testing inspections, faults finding and repair, using crane to install engine and alternator, moving containers from line, basic electrics – connecting lights/pumps/switches, dealing with orders, following high standard health & Safety procedures – ’6S’, testing newly introduced equipment, using various types of measurement tools & gauging devices for accurate measurements ,forklift driving duties, training new fitters

March’13 – Aug’13
Maintenance Multiskilled Engineer, Steel Engineering, Renfrew

Responsibilities

Preventative and reactive maintenance, liaise with contractors, service and repair of overhead cranes from 20T to 500T, service and repair of diesel forklifts (2T -10T), cherry pickers, welding plant to inc. electrical repairs, high pressure hydraulic bending and cutting machines, shutter doors. Electrical & mechanical fault finding to include PLC equipment, repair of electro tools, making and repair of power supply/extensions (110V,415V). Fabrication and welding.

In charge of Apprentice Team, L.O.L.E.R Inspection (inc. maintenance)

Dec’12 – Feb’13
Service Engineer for Speedy Assets , Glasgow

Responsibilities:

Responding to customer call-outs, evaluating and resolving problems, assisting with the installation of equipment, liaising with and working alongside technical hire desk, offering customer training, repairing, testing and maintaining equipment, monitoring the performance of products, maintaining manuals, providing customers with regular reports and feedback on their service requests, developing and maintaining relationships with customers, making recommendations to maintenance technicians, offering feedback on future product development, features and function,s

Working with diesel compressors from 90 to 1150 cfm, diesel generators from 10 KVA to 1250 KVA, diesel pumps from 2in to 12in,

Aug’11 – Nov’12
Mechanical Fitter for The Aggreko, Dumbarton

Responsibilities:

Working with 50/60 Hz gas and diesel engines, building power generators from 300 KW to 1.5 MW, assembly water valve, oil valve, gas valve, breather, AC/DC lights and switches, end float checking , fitting parts and equipment to engine and alternators, PTI- pre-testing inspections, faults finding and repair, using crane to install engine and alternator, moving containers from line, basic electrics – connecting lights/pumps/switches, dealing with orders, following high standard health & Safety procedures – ’6S’, testing newly introduced equipment, using various types of measurement tools & gauging devices for accurate measurements ,forklift driving duties, training new fitters

Oct’09 ¬ Jul’11
Maintenance Mechanic, The Andrew Muirhead & Son Ltd Leather Factory

Responsibilities:

Work with rotating machinery controlled by air stream & PLC, diagnosing faults, repair and service, emergency breakdown, ordering parts, stripping, fitting and replacing components, installation of compressors and maintenance,

Responsibilities as Maintenance Fitter:

Fabrication and welding, threading, metal work, basic electrical work, general maintenance duties.

Feb’05 – Sep’09
Car/Van/HGV Mechanic for Muirhead Auto Parts Jack Biernacki

Responsibilities:

Repairing and servicing vehicles booked for the MOT, diesel and petrol engine rebuild, manual and automatic gearbox regeneration , replacing components on vehicles e.g. bearings , pumps, clutches, power steering, exhaust, computer diagnostic and Air Conditioning Service ,Disabled Tail-Lift, ensuring that all jobs are running smoothly and deadlines are met, carrying out test drives on vehicles to diagnose existing faults.

April’04 – Jan’05
Self-employed Plant Mechanic

Responsibilities:

Immediate fault finding & rectification of issues with machinery- large scale, high speed automated machinery, repair of vehicle engines.

Feb’03 ¬ March’04
Turner-Tool borer for Expom, Poland

Responsibilities:

Work on all types of manual lathes to very fine limits and tolerances ,manual turning, manual milling, slotting, vertical borer and grinding (surface, universal), using various types of measurement tools and gauging

June’01 – June’02 Army,Poland
Automotive Mechanic

Responsibilities:

Maintenance and inspection of military vehicles, Welding,making special enhancements to the vehicles , working with HDV, Tail-Lift.

June’00 – June ‘o1
Car Mechanic in Kuczynski LTD, Poland

Responsibilities:

Repairing and servicing vehicles booked into the workshop, carrying out warranty repairs to manufacturers guidelines stripping, fitting and replacing components on vehicles to diagnose existing faults, reporting verbally and written all faults and findings,  Working to deadlines and targets.

Jul’97 – May’00
Apprenticeship Car Mechanic in Kuczynski LTD, Poland

Technical Skills

– Registration with The Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) in progress

– CSCS Engineering card

– Certified Journeyman in Mechanics

– NVQ Mechanical Engineering Level 3

– Crane & Lifting Equipment Operator

– Abrasive Wheels Course completed

– Working at Height Course completed

– Manual Handling Course completed

– Qualified Turner/Tool Borer,

– Licensed Driver-Operator of motor trucks,: forklifts, scissor-lifts,

Certified by Richies Training Centre

– NEXYS control panel level 1&2 Course completed

– TELYS control panel level 1 Course completed

– H2S Alive Training(Canada)

– Fall Protection Certificate (Canada)

– Elevated Work Platform Certificate(Canada)

– Counterbalance Forklift License Level 2(Canada)

– RTFL/Variable Reach Forklift Level 2(Canada)

– Skid Steer License Level2(Canada)

– “SERTOM” ITALY- High pressure hydraulic machinery certified mechanic

– IPAF Course Completed – permitted to operate the MEWP/MCWP machines

(Mobile Vertical and Mobile Boom)

– 17th Edition – in progress

– Fabrication and welding skills (Mig and MMA)-non coded

– Completed course for Fire Marshall

– UK Driving License

– IT Literacy also up to date with all new technological novelties.

– Health and Safety touch screen Test

– Offshore Life Jacket Training

– Safety Harness Course

Languages

– English (good),

– Polish (native speaker),

– Russian(communicative)

– German (elementary).

Qualifications & Education

2013 – Present HNC Engineering: Fabrication, Welding and Non Destructive Testing

2002 – 2003 : Vocational Training Centre, Poland
Completed course and granted certificate in the vocation of Turner and tool Borer
(Pass Result : Very Good – A).

2001 – 2002: The Chamber of Crafts, Poland
Exam Passed and granted title Journeyman in the crafts of the car mechanics
(Pass Result : Good – B).

1997 – 2000: Vocational School, Poland
Profile:Car Mechanics (Good -B)
Apprenticeship in Car Mechanics (Good -B)