Michael A. Cobb
225 Monica St
Position as an Electrical Technician
Front line supervision
Combined cycle power plants loopcheck and commissioning
Petro/Chem industries Maintenance and shutdown
ISA level II Certified Control System Technician
Refinery shutdown Safety
Elevator and Conveying Equipment
ISA Level II Certified Control Systems Technician #13696
California General Journeyman Electrician # 106296
Washington State Electrical license # COBB*M*920JN
National Electric Code
Management and Supervision- Industrial Option Certificate; Los Medanos College, Pittsburg, California
CALOSHA record retention
I have not had an OSHA recordable injury in the last 20 years
April 2008 June 2010 Instrument/Electrical Foreman REC Silicon, Moses Lake, Washington
Supervised up to 23 techs. Installation, troubleshooting, function check and commissioning of 36,000 instruments and control loops Including HART and FOUNDATION FIELDBUS protocol. Yokogawa transmitters, Fieldmate/Fisher valves, Vega Levels, and Rosemount analyzers.
Nov. 1999 April 2008 Instrument/Electrical Technician IBEW local 302
Instrument maintenance at Unocal and Chevron oil refineries. Loopcheck and commissioning of single and combined cycle power plants at Calpine Energy and Sacramento Municipal Utilities.
Rosemount transmitters, Honeywell GCs Ph and Orp analyzers.
April 1998 Nov. 1999 Instrument Technician for American Instruments Co.
Instrument maintenance contract with Tosco oil refinery, Rodeo, California.
Nov. 1993 April 1998 Instrument Supervisor and Technician for Aspen/Timco Co.
Instrument maintenance contract with Chevron USA Richmond Refinery responsible for maintaining all Applied Automation and H/P lab gas chromatographs CEMS and light hydrocarbon analysis using Windows and H/P software.
Jan. 1989 Nov. 1993 Instrument/Electrical Supervisor for Eastern Pacific Construction Co, Concord,
Instrument maintenance contract with DOW Chemical, Pittsburg, California. Supervised 12 techs and supported Teco 48 and 48H CO, Siemens O2, ABB, Amatec and Applied Automation analyzers. Instrument maintenance at Unocal Oil refinery, Rodeo, California
Aug. 1987 - Jan. 1989 Lead man Electronic Technician, Georgia Pacific, Lumber Division, Fort Bragg,
Nov. 1973 July 1987 Instrument/Electrical Technician at Stauffer Chemical Co. Green River,
Temporary foreman and new electrical employee training. Supported all electronic, and pneumatic
instruments such as Foxboro, Bailey, Moore, and Conoflow; Honeywell TDC 2000 TDC. Motor circuit design, and wire and switchgear sizing. HVAC, 4160v, 13.8kv, 34.5kv splicing . Welding, brazing, and oxygen/acetylene cutting