industrial Electrical Maintenance

Name : Jim dobson
Industry Type : Related Professions
City & State : Wimington,NC
Job Title industrial Electrical Maintenance
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931 S 41 Street. Wilmington, N.C. 28403 (910) 297-5696
E-Mail jdsoftail[at]


Install, test, service and repair electrical equipment
in industrial and commercial settings.
Develop, improve and maintain automated production processes.
Test and adjust repair systems for proper performance.

Top-performing, solutions-oriented journeyman electrician, with a work history reflecting initiative, consistency, leadership and acute attention to detail in performing intricate, exacting work. Strong math and diagnostic abilities; solid written and verbal communications skills. Work well independently or as part of a team.

Proven track record in capturing company revenues by developing maintenance and inventory systems that eliminated down time and costly repairs.
Demonstrated ability to work in complex environments requiring focus and attention to detail.
Solid work ethic with proven ability to render decisions based on sound judgment
Read and interpret electrical, architectural and mechanical diagrams, drawings or specifications to determine job requirements; plan the layout of wiring systems


Electro-Mechanical Technician
ORACLE PACKAGING, Wilmington, NC (2007-Present)
Install, repair, and maintain electrical equipment. Adjust and repair printing presses, gluers, cutters, as well as Video Jet coding equipment, and a wide range of other printing support machines. Diagnosed performance errors with handheld interface devices and laptop systems. Interpreted blueprints and schematics.

Electro-Mechanical Technician
SYRACUSE CHINA, Syracuse, NY (2001-2007)
Built a record of personal and company achievement and advancement. Assisted in establishing automation for a newly installed $8M pottery drying kiln. Worked from blueprints and schematics to build, adjust, test, repair, and replace mechanical and electrical system parts and components as required, including a robot, using hand tools and soldering and brazing equipment. Developed and integrated various systems to reduce time, waste, and costs. Attend and provide input in company improvement meetings. Communicate with business and corporate offices to facilitate acquisition of required materials. Adhere to strict process standards.
Selected Contributions:
Relocated strategic parts of the manufacturing office, reducing time spent in in-house product transportation.
Revamped a machine into a robot able to handle the work functions of two people in a greatly reduced period of time, resulting in substantial time, labor and cost savings for the company.
Established a periodic maintenance program with automatic weekly reminders of maintenance requirements, for all machinery and equipment, resulting in better functioning equipment and the elimination of down time for repairs.
Developed a spare parts inventory storeroom. Reviewed manuals and selected and ordered parts; labeled, categorized, and organized parts; created storage, tagging, and inventory system. System grew to encompass projected future repair requirements. Additionally created satellite parts storage inventories. Whole parts inventory system was adopted in two other departments.
Selected to function as second in command; serve as lead in the absence of the electrical engineer in managing operational challenges
Electro-Mechanical Technician
OWENS BROCKWAY GLASS, Fulton, NY (1996-2001)
Installed, repaired, and maintained electrical equipment. Diagnosed performance errors with handheld interface devices and laptop systems. Interpreted blueprints and schematics.
Electro-Mechanical Repair Technician
CLINTONS DITCH, (Pepsi) Cicero, NY (1995-1996)
Recruited to assist in a plant changeover/retrofit from filling glass bottles to filling plastic bottles. Performed computer directed maintenance and repair to beverage and packaging machinery including fillers, cappers, casepackers, B&H, Trine labelers, Seco and Mathews pallatizers, and Zenorral conveyor systems. Assisted in revamping bottling lines to accommodate all new equipment. Performed equipment repair and scheduled routine maintenance.


Apprentice Electro-Mechanical Technician, Warehouse Crew Leader
Warehouseman, Machine Operator
OWENS BROCKWAY GLASS, Fulton, NY 1976 - 1995
Advanced through a series of increasingly responsible positions in a manufacturing plant producing and labeling glass bottles. Hired as a Machine Operator to operate gauging equipment, casepackers, pallatizers, labelers and carton erection equipment. Promoted to Warehouseman; managing and preparing inventory for shipping. Advanced to Crew Leader; directing and overseeing a staff of 12 in managing all warehousing functions, directing incoming trucks to docks, and directing and monitoring movement of product from plant to trucks. Managed administrative paperwork and duties. Began Electro-Mechanical Technician Apprenticeship during Warehouse Crew Leader position.
Selected Contributions
Successfully completed NYWS electro-mechanical apprenticeship.


Apprenticeship Training in Electro Mechanical Repair
Bryant & Stratton, Syracuse & OCM BOCES, Mexico, NY Four years
Electricity, Shop Math, Microprocessor, Digital Electronics, AC/DC Electrical Schematics, Welding, industrial Wiring, Industrial Motor Controllers, Solid State Electronics, pipefitting, STIC Welding, Hydraulics, Blueprints

Lean Manufacturing

Sampling Pressure Tester Training AGR International School on Quality Control Equipment

Heavy Equipment Repair & Operation OCM BOCES, Mexico, NY

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