Electrician Helper

Name : Tyrone Murray
Industry Type : Electrical Contractors
City & State : Douglasville,GA
Job Title Electrician Helper
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Tyrone L Murray

6690 Fairway Ridge Drive
Douglasville GA 30134

01/2008 to ; 50 hours per week; Electrician Helper; $35,000 per Annum; Atlanta Journal Constitution; 72 Marietta Street.

Assist lead electrician in day-to-day assignments. Perform annual preventive maintenance on assign electrical equipment. Troubleshoots major production equipment as the newspaper press, a/c units, alarms fire and production, electronic circuit boards, light fixtures, relays. Response to all incoming trouble call during production. Fire team electrician response duty. Construct and fabricate parts, using hand tools and specifications. Diagnose malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment and hand tools, to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem. Inspect electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustment or repair, and to ensure compliance with codes. Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, or other components. Repair or replace wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools. Follow blueprints to determine the location of wiring and equipment and to ensure conformance to building and safety codes. Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using testing devices such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, and oscilloscopes, to ensure compatibility and safety of system. Advise management on whether continued operation of equipment could be hazardous. Provide assistance during emergencies by operating floodlights and generators, placing flares, and driving needed vehicles. Work from ladders and scaffolds to install, maintain or repair electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures. Operates, maintains, troubleshoots and adjusts auxiliary and pollution control equipment such as electrical or steam driven pumps, turbines, air compressors, aerating equipment, feed water heaters, fuel heaters and delivery equipment, demineralizing systems. Performs preventive and scheduled maintenance on the above systems and equipment. Repairs, replaces and installs boiler tubes, refractory linings, electronic
controls, and associated components.

02/2006 to 12/2007; 50 hours per week; Event Equipment Coordinator ; $29,000 per Annum; Distinctive Event Rentals ; 1111 International Plaza, Chesapeake, Virginia 23323; (757) 420-7000; Contact Supervisor? Yes.

As Activity/Event Equipment Coordinator receives Event Agenda and Schedules. Performs in both independent and team environment depending on level of effort required. Works on assignments that are extremely complex in nature where independent action and a high degree of initiative are required in resolving problems and developing recommendations. Analyzes problems, determines approach, compiles and analyzes data and prepares implementation recommendations. Reviews requirements and determines equipment needs and personnel support. Singly responsible to receive, record, store, issue, and deliver a myriad of electrical supplies and equipment to Activity/Events. Prepares strategic alignment agendas, schedules personnel and assigns day-to-day work load in setting up event equipment to include double-size tents, lighting fixtures, stages, and sound equipment. Operates and maintains power and lighting circuits, electrical fixtures, generators, controllers, switchboards, voltage and frequency regulators, tests for short circuits to ensure sound and lighting equipment function properly. Monitors personnel work to ensure conformity to OSHA standards, and to meet metric goals and objectives. Operates large tandem truck requiring knowledge of safety procedures to include proper lifting, storage and transportation methods. Operates heavy lifting equipment/devices to support equipment movement and storage. Interprets city maps to reach destination in timely manner. Responsible for equipment inventory identification, material management and invoice

verification. Provides liaison between government vendors, contracts and industry personnel to obtain price quotes and requisition equipment and supplies. Prepared source documents, utilizing standardized forms, to requisition services or materials. Efforts directly resulted in over 2,000 successful events/conferences. "

10/2003 to 10/2005; 40 hours per week; Junior Electrician; $25,000 per Annum; Altres Staffing Inc; 850-B Kamehameha Hwy., #162 Pearl City, HI 96782; Pearl City, HI 96782; Contact Supervisor? Yes.

Operates standard test and metering equipment, including multimeter, voltmeter, ammeter, ohmmeter, oscilloscope, voltage tester, wattmeter, and vacuum tube voltmeter; makes standard wire splices; detects and locates ground, open circuit, and short circuits in lighting and power circuits ; solders electrical connections; examines motors and generators for conditions and needed maintenance; operates AC and DC generators; replaces bearings in generators and motors; repairs portable electrical tools: prepares, activates, and services storage batteries: troubleshoots and repairs small boats electrical systems: test and maintains signal lights, search lights, and beacons; maintains electrical cooking equipment; computes resistance, current, voltage, phase angle, and impedance: prepares diesel generators for operation: reads and interprets schematic diagrams and electrical blueprints: acts as lead worker for subordinates.

08/1999 to 08/2003; 50 hours per week; Navy Electrician Mate; $28,000 per Annum; U. S. Navy - USS FRANK CABLE (AS 40) ; FPO AP 96657-2615; 671-343-2545; Contact Supervisor? Yes.

As Shipboard electrician planned, schedules, monitors maintenance and upkeep on multiple electronic equipment. Conducts quarterly fire prevention and electrical shock awareness training for 10 people. Operated, installed, repaired and performed maintenance on power and lighting circuits, electrical fixtures, motors, generators, voltage and frequency regulators, controllers, distribution panels, switches, switchboards, and other electrical equipment/appliances. Performs test for short circuits, ground or other casualties; and rebuild electrical equipment, including solid state circuitry elements, in an electrical shop. Routinely interprets electrical sketches, diagrams and engineering blueprints in support of installation, repair and maintenance efforts. Prepares and drafts Quality Assurance forms and reports. Updates and reviews Engineering Operational Management Programs by preparing detailed lesson guides and presenting material. Qualified/Certified in CPR techniques.

Interacts with government customer and enterprise team personnel to conduct electrical surveys and electrical engineering projects. Supervised 10 personnel in day-to-day multi-tasking environment to maintain and support communication, radar, sonar, fire control, shipboard propulsion, shipboard service systems, and desalinization plant equipment.

As electrician supervisor stands electrical/engineering watches; cleans spaces and equipment; records readings of gages; participate in general drills; and performs general detail duties.

Performs in both independent and team environment depending on level of effort required. Works on assignments that are extremely complex in nature where independent action and a high degree of initiative are required in resolving problems and developing recommendations. Analyzes problems, determines approach, and implements corrective measures. Acts autonomously or with little direction. Possesses strong interpersonal/communicative skills.

Green Oaks; Shreveport LA; 1999; High School Diploma

Heald College; Honolulu, Hi; ELECTRONIC TECH; 2005; No Degree; 3.5 GPA, 4 Point Scale; 63 Quarter Hours

1 Sem in personal fitness/conditioning
1 Sem in personal community health
1 Sem in first aid and safety
3 Sem in introduction to marine engineering
3 Sem in blue print reading
2 Sem in basic electronics laboratory
6 Sem in electrical system troubleshooting and maintenance
1 Sem in basic electronics
1 Sem in personal supervision
6 Sem LECTR 106 Introduction to Electronics Math
6 Sem ELECTR 116 Digital Electronics Principles
6 Sem ELECTR 117 DC and AC Electronics Principles
6 Sem ELECTR 226 Semiconductor Electronics Principles
3 Sem COMP APP 100 Introduction to Software Applications
3 Sem ENGL 10 Essential Language Skills?
3 Sem ENGL 105 Composition and Reading?
4 Sem INFOTECH 105 Introduction to Networking Concepts
3 Sem INFOTECH 115 Core Hardware Technologies
3 Sem INFOTECH 125 Operating System Technologies
3 Sem INFOTECH 130 Introduction to Programming Concepts
4 Sem ENGL 155 College Composition and Research
4 Sem MATH 121 Intermediate Algebra

CPR 04-19-2004

Navy/ Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Navy 'E' Ribbon (2), Good Conduct Medal, Navy Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (2), Navy/ Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon (3), Letter of Commendation (7), and Letter of Appreciation (10)

Branch and Period of Active Duty Service: 08/1999 to 08/2004, U.S. Navy
Reservist Active Duty Service: 08/2004 to 08/2007, U.S. Navy
Campaign Badges and/or Expeditionary Medals Received: Navy Expeditionary Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

Type of Discharge: Honorable

Project oriented, sticking to task until completed.
Strong leadership, supervision and motivation skills.
Patient and effective when working with a wide range of personalities.
Successful in learning and comprehending new systems and methods.
Able to make difficult decisions in stressful situations.

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