Licensed Electrician

Name : JPierre11
Industry Type : Electrical Contractors
City & State : Hampton,GA
Job Title Licensed Electrician
Relocation Preferences : YES
Objective : Work as an electrician journeyman, electrician foreman, or licensed electrician
Resume :  
Objective12 years + Experienced Licensed Electrician, Journeyman, Foreman seeking employment where I can utilize my skills to its full potential.

Education1993 1995 Graduated TJCC Vocational School, & ATC Albany, GA
Electrical Wiring

Commercial, Industrial wiring, 460/3ph motors, load calculation, conduits bending and Blueprint reading.

Awards received

$100 bonus received for being Most Safe Employee in my crew, buck knife for 500000 safe hours (all employees)

Work experience

01/09 09/09
Zachry Industrial Inc. 527 Logwood, San Antonio, TX 78221(Florida Power & Lights Projects in West Palm Beach, FL) I was in crew of the month.
Heavy industrials projects, Steam Generating and Gas Turbines. Worked as an Electrician Journeyman Terminator. $27.00 per hour and $75.00 a day per diem: Terminating DSS cabinets, MCC, ABVs, ACVs, MBVs, TEs, PTs, SUSs, Transformers, 3PH Panels, Stretch Cones, LSs, FSs, Motors, SSs, Valves, and pulled wires.


Bosco Electric Inc, Boca Raton, FL 33487, 561-239-4714., Commercial, and Industrial projects.
Electrical Superintendent, Salary Employee $ 1200 a week base on 40 hours a week. (Shopping plazas, malls, spas, restaurants, light poles, generators + transfers switches, meters rooms, Theatre and also work as a service tech when it get slow)
Making project schedule, attend job weekly meeting, order materials, tracking daily job progress, I had four foremen and twenty- four electricians, Programmed dimmer control PNL, addressable low voltage switches, and computer timer systems. Drive company service vehicles, and sometimes work as service tech. Interpret drawings, NEC, and make sure all the electrical inspections pass the first time. In charge of a $ 2.5 million project

[10/98-03/99, 01/01-8/01, 06/03-01/04]
Bell Electric & Construction Co., Albany, Georgia 31701, 229-435-1434., Commercial, and Industrial project.

Electrical journeyman/ Supervisor/ Superintendent $ 22.00 per hour. (Office buildings, stadiums, schools, retail stores, health care centers,)
Roughing, trimming, and Wiring commercial buildings. Bending EMT, IMC, PVC, and Rigid conduits. Wiring low and high voltage transformers. Supervised 12 employees. Superintendent for $1.2 million project. Operated trencher, and mini excavator. Certified Excavation Competent Person. Install fire alarm wire and devices, Programmed dimmer control PNL, addressable low voltage switches, and computer timer systems. Interpret drawings, NEC, and make sure all the electrical inspections pass the first time

Overland Contracting, Inc., Overland Park, Missouri, 678- 806-1029. Heavy Industrial project.
Journeyman Electrician $ 19.00 per hour + $ 50.00 a day per diem (Power Plant)
Installed, lighting protection, grounding grids, duct banks. Wired PLCs, MCCs, DC and AC motors, starters, high and low voltage transformers. Ran rigid conduits, cable tray, pulled wires, slab roughing, interpret drawings.

[12/00-01/01, 08/01-11/01, 01/02-06/02] Fluor enterprises, Inc. Aliso Viejo, California, 888-782-3363. Heavy Industrial and some Commercial project
Journeyman Electrician $ 23.00 per hour + $ 60.00 a day per diem (paper mills, power plant)
Wired PLCs, MCCs, terminated DC and AC motors, starters, high and low voltage transformers, ran rigid conduits, stretch cones, etc

[02/95-10/98] Acutec

Inc. Electrical & Mechanical Contractors
Apprentice/ Journeyman Electrician$ 10.00 to $ 16.00 per hour (draw bridge, shipyard, sump pumps)
Wired outdoor control panels, transferred switches, ran under water cabling, wired PLCs, MCCs, AC and DC motors, generators, wired transformers, run conduits, and pull wire.
LicensesNCCER Certify, State of Georgia class 2 non-restricted Electrical License.
ReferencesUpon Request

NCCER Training
Skill Assessments

James Pierre
Card Number: 1105510

Available Assessments (Click to display Training Prescription)
ELEC26 - Industrial Electrician V2 3/2/2009

Industrial Electrician V2 (3/2/2009)
Overall Score:87 Cut Score: 70Passed

Subject Area DatePossibleActualScoreStatus
26101Electrical Safety 3/2/20095480Passed
26104Electrical Theory One 3/2/200944100Passed
26105Electrical Theory Two 3/2/20094375Passed
26106Electrical Test Equipment 3/2/200955100Passed
26108Raceways, Boxes, and Fittings 3/2/20094375Passed
26109Conductors 3/2/200944100Passed
26110Introduction to Electrical Blueprints 3/2/200955100Passed
26111Wiring: Commercial and Industrial 3/2/20095360Training Recommended
26201Alternating Current 3/2/200944100Passed
26202Motors: Theory and Application 3/2/200944100Passed
26203Grounding 3/2/20096583Passed
26204Conduit Bending 3/2/20094375Passed
26205Boxes and Fittings 3/2/200944100Passed
26206Conductor Installation 3/2/20094250Training Recommended
26207Cable Tray 3/2/20094375Passed
26208Conductor Terminations and Splices 3/2/200944100Passed
26209Installation of Electric Services 3/2/200944100Passed
26302Conductor Selection and Calculations 3/2/200955100Passed
26303Overcurrent Protection 3/2/200944100Passed
26304Raceway, Box and Fitting Fill Requirements 3/2/200944100Passed
26306Distribution Equipment 3/2/20094375Passed
26307Distribution System Transformers 3/2/200944100Passed
26311Motor Controls 3/2/200944100Passed
26312Hazardous Locations 3/2/20094375Passed
26410Heat Tracing and Freeze Protection 3/2/20092150Training Recommended
26412High Voltage Termination and Splices 3/2/200922100Passed

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