CV, Saudi based Filipino Electrician Seeking jobs in Canada

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 12130

Skills keywords: electrician, technician
Short Bio:

A highly organized, resourceful and reliable Supervisor Technician, with particular expertise in electrics and electronics. Specializes in troubleshooting, wiring circuit control panels and computer hardware. Able to design and modify control panels, residential and industrial wiring and electronics circuits, with particular expertise in tracing signals using a multi-meter and reading schematic diagrams.

Current location: Riyadh Province, Saudi Arabia - View on map
Nationality: Filipino
Preferred Sector of Employment:  accounting and finance
Spoken languages: english
Location I am interested in working: canada

Professional Experience

Supervisor Technician

Al-Moosa Automatic Doors, Saudi Arabia 2000 – date

• Providing strong leadership and direction to a team of production staff, to maintain quality and safety standards and meet schedule requirements

• Delivering comprehensive staff training to ensure compliance with regulations, company procedures and agreed policies, and authorizing certification

• Evaluating employee performance, providing support and mentoring as necessary and administering the disciplinary process when required

• Providing technical support to other shifts, and liaising extensively with other departments to promptly resolve any issues arising

• Monitoring and documenting all problems and issues, and reporting to management on departmental performance

• Successfully reducing costs, optimizing performance and achieving regulatory compliance by contributing significantly to projects including Lean initiatives and CIPs

• Setting up new equipment, ensuring satisfactory operation training other staff in its safe and efficient use and writing operating procedures

• Monitoring the control panel and circuit board, securing wiring, resolving electrical breakdowns, replacing and repairing electronics circuit boards and overseeing testing and quality control procedures

• Assessing the quality of parts used in production


Samson College of Science and Technology, Philippines 1999 – 2000

• Communicating effectively with students, parents and colleagues, and facilitating home-school interaction through conferences, telephone calls and written reports

• Maintaining the confidentiality of student records, ensuring that they were updated in a timely manner, and ensuring compliance with all regulations and policies

• Delivering engaging and informative lessons, maintaining high standards of student conduct and discipline when implementing the designated curriculum

• Assigning both classwork and homework, to drive achievement of student goals

• Preparing and demonstrating electronics equipment and spare parts, including electronic circuit boards and electronic and electrical tools

• Providing instruction in the handling of electronic and electrical equipment, including troubleshooting techniques and signal tracing

• Demonstrating schematic diagrams and circuit-board layouts

• Complying with health and safety standards, including giving electric shock warnings

Supervisor Technician

Robinson’s Mall Bacolod, Philippines 1997 – 1998

• Supporting and coordinating the implementation of Lean manufacturing strategies, and managing line relocations

• Proactively identifying opportunities for process improvements and eliminating non-value-added activities, including designing experiments and defining new parameters and process limits

• Reviewing operations including line start-ups, labelling, packaging, release and shipping logistics, and providing relevant documentation

• Updating process sheets, specifications, bills of materials, drawings, operating procedures and other manufacturing documentation

• Collaborating with the Maintenance Supervisor to provide all facilities and resources needed to achieve the timely start-up of new production items

• Ensuring the availability of machine accessories, tooling, supplies, safety features, inspection gauges and training opportunities

• Planning, writing and delivering validation protocols, risk assessments, installation qualifications, operation qualifications and performance qualifications, including obtaining approval

• Establishing annual tooling and Capex budgets, and controlling personnel costs

• Achieving cost reductions through the analysis of products and methods

Early Career Summary

McDonalds Philippines Electronic and Electrical Technician 1995 – 1997

Sansio Phils. Electronic and Electrical Technician 1993 – 1995


BS degree: Industrial Technology, Philippines 1994

Professional Development

Workshop: Drug Abuse Prevention and Control 2000

Workshop: Use of Non-Compatriot Judging and Computer-Base BIC System 2000

Course: Competency Assessor 2000

Course: Consumer Electronics (Mechanical) 2000

Course: Chief Expert: Electronic Applications 2000

Key I.T. Skills

Microsoft: Office applications including Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Personal Details

Languages: Fluent English, Arabic and Tagalog