Name : Brian Raley
Industry Type : Specialty Contractors
City & State : San Diego,c
Job Title Foreman
Relocation Preferences : Charlotte, NC
Objective : In my electrical career, I strive to be the best. I don't want any details to fall through the cracks. I want to install the best quality electrical system possible, within budgetary and other restraints. I want to learn about all new technologies, as the pertain to electricity.
Resume :  
SkillsCalifornia State Certified General Electrician
#123418 valid through 05/05/2012
277V and 120V lighting systems
480V, 208V/120 electrical systems
Control Circuits for Generators and Power Redundancy Systems
Custom conduit bending from ½ EMT to 5 EMT using hand benders, hydraulic cart bender, and Greenlee 555 bender.
Creating as-built drawings and single line diagramsSafety meeting preparation and presentations using the NFPA 70E and OSHA guidelines
Code compliance NEC 2005 and NEC 2008
Job costing, estimating, scheduling, and change orders
Interpreting blue prints
Installing motors, switch gear, transformers, panels, bypass switchboards, and UPS modules
Performing electrical calculations including load calculations, de-rating calculations, conduit and box fill, using trigonometry for conduit bending

ExperienceJourneyman/Foreman June 2008 to Present
Avco Electric, Inc. San Diego, CA 92111 (please do not contact at this time)
Install complete electrical systems including main input breakers, UPS modules, battery cabinets, transformers, disconnects, and branch circuit panel boards.
Maintain a safe and efficient workplace by holding weekly safety meetings. Estimate material, labor costs, and create timeframes for projects. Initiate change orders when necessary.
Hold weekly safety meetings and making sure that all safety equipment is being inspected regularly and in proper working condition.
Work alongside electrical engineers to perform power system analyses and coordination studies for data centers.
Journeyman Electrician March 2008 to June 2008
Bob Miles Electric Chico, CA 95927 Supervisor: Joe Russo: 530-545-3068
(this project was in downtown San Diego)
Ordered, received and maintained all material.
Installed multiple exposed conduits ranging from ½ EMT to 5 EMT along with the racks and bracing to support them.


Journeyman Electrician March 2007 to March 2008
Progressive Electric Supervisor: Brad DeMedici: 760-741-1593
Escondido, CA

Journeyman Electrician

-Worked in a variety of commercial and light industrial situations, including, tenant improvement, design/build, remodel, and the addition of new equipment in manufacturing facilities
-Reading blueprints for the installation of new electrical systems, reading schematics and one-line drawings for the installation of various types of equipment.
-Maintaining a safety log and holding safety meetings as required by the company
Apprentice/Journeyman July 2005 to February 2007
Tri-State Electric, Inc. Bakersfield, CA Supervisor: Gregg Rapp: 661-364-8332
Worked in a variety of commercial and industrial electrical installations under the guidance of a master electrician.
Responsible for the completion of various phases of electrical installations. Ex: rough-in of commercial office space, underground conduit for motors and motor control centers at agricultural processing facilities.
Projects ranged from small office space and retail centers with voltages of 208/120V and 480/277V to large processing facilities with 12kV utility feeds transformed down to 480V.
Mesa College January 2008 to present
Electrical Engineering (taking classes at night when possible)

Avo Training Institute August 2009
Battery Maintenance and Testing Certification

ABC Electrical Hotwork Training October 2009


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