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CV, Roustabout, Industrial Painter Seeks Onshore Or Offshore Work

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 32522
(11/30/1983, male)
List top 5 skills: banksman slinger, fireman, forklift driver, roustabout
Short Bio:

Roustabout within offshore industry.
Industrial painting, blasting with shipyard offshore ,marine,tankers,oil rigs.
Always working within the guidelines of the permit issued - safety being first and foremost concern not only for me but for all parties and personnel working on the project.

Current location: 

Northern Ireland, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Profile

A highly motivated, confident and experienced scaffolder and roustabout, capable of working as part of a busy team or alone when the need arises. I am a keen deck crew operative and I have a strong awareness of Health & Safety and I can communicate at all levels. Seeking to further my career in this sector, I am willing to work in any location and environment having no issues in being away from home for long periods of time. I keep my skills updated as an aid to both my personal and professional development.

Key Skills:

► Team Working ► Strong Communicator

► Reliable, Flexible & Adaptable ► Quick Learner

► Knowledge Sharing ► Outgoing & Friendly

► Record Keeping ► Computer Skills

 

Educational & Vocational Qualifications

1995 – 2000: Orangefield Grammar School, Belfast

► Science ( double award ) CC

► Mathematics C

► English CC

► French C

► R.E D

► Sports & Rec A*

► Vantage No: 1653961

► Banksman & Slinger – Level 1

► B.O.S.I.E.T

► FLT – Counterbalance

► M.I.S.T – 9 Modules

► OGUK Medical

► CA + EBS

► First Aid at Work

► Fire Awareness

► Shoulder Measurement

► Icats Industrial Painter

 

Employment History

2015 ( ongoing ):
Harland & Wolff, Belfast – Fireman

Working on the Byford Dolphin as Belfast get another Rig for refurbishment and maintenance. Here I am a Fireman being assigned to any worker onboard that is going to do hot work or even cold work within a tank, where we have to test tanks to assure the workers are safe to enter and carry out there job in a safe enviroment. For this job we are also trained in confined space training and also rescue training, working closely with the on-site rescue team if needed.

2013 – 2014:
Multitech Bergen, Norway – General Labourer

In 2013 Harland & Wolff got awarded the refurbishment of the Blackford Dolphin Oil Rig. I started with a company called Multitech Bergen, they are based in Norway and I was taken on as a skilled labourer. Basically my role entailed helping the platers with all the steelwork around the rig, measuring up, setting out steel for platers to start there job safely. Also dismantling and deconstruct any steel or frames that was in the rig refurbishment plan. When they have finsihed welding a job, my job was to go behind the welders, grinding in there welds for a neater and better finish.

2008 – 2012:
Harland & Wolff Heavy Industries – Painter/Blaster

I started working in Harland & Wolff within the Blocking Shop on the Wind Energy project, preparing surfaces on the turbines ready for multicoat painting. In this time here I had many off roles preparing surfaces using needle gun or high power blasting equipment. The projects in Harland & Wolff were anything from small jobs from railing prepping and painting, to ships hulls, oil rig colums and cross overs. Always working within a team or on our own, whilst paying strong attention to my safety and the Health & Safety of others around me. I have worked with some single coat paints, two pack paints and one coat anti-corriosion paints.

2005 – 2008:
Pyeroy / Woodgroup – Scaffolder

I started working here in 2005 on my return from Austraila. Scaffolding is a hard grafting job and in which I loved the challenge. Working in Belfast Shipyard, scaffolding ships for repair wether it be steel repair or just general maintanence. We erected the scaffolding to that job to the highest standard making sure all workers using our scaffolding was supplied with a safe structure on which to do there work. When things were quiet in Belfast we would also be sent to Plymouth Dockyard to scaffold some off the MOD naval ships.

2002 – 2004:
Seastone Recruitment, Australia – Roustabout

I started working through a recruitment agency but was allocated to  Ensco Drlling on the Ensco 102 platform, just off the West Coast of Austraila. My position was as Roustabout and I really enjoyed this job as never one day to the next was the same which. On my time there I had many jobs as roustabout and on a daily basis I would be doing deck work, linking up with the crane op, moving containers, working alongside supply vessels, needle gunning/painting preping surface, cleaning and all housekeeping duties. I was also taking part in the Heli-deck team which was a emergencey response team.

2000 – 2002:
Watson Mechanical Components – General Assistant

My first job on leaving School was in Watsons, as I have a very keen interest in Mechanical work. My work here was stripping back faulty components, checking for any faults, logging the fault into the data base and then try and fix the fault. I was also tasked to oiling all components before dispatch.

Hobbies & Interests

My hobbies are Fishing, Football, Gym training, Water sports, hill climbing and also socialising with friends.

 

References

Available on request