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Name : Dwain
Industry Type : Electrician
City & State : Pine Bluff, AR
Job Title
Relocation Preferences : Electrical Contractors
Objective : State of Arkansas
Resume :  
Dwain A. Woods
#8 Briarwood Circle
Dumas, AR 71639
Phone: (870) 382-3415
Cell: (870) 377-2201




WORK EXPERIENCE



1/08 to Present Hi-Voltage Maintenance-Industrial Plant
Electrician/Maintenance
Quitman, AR 72131
Duty Site: Pine Bluff Arsenal
Supervisor: Ray Johnson
Phone (501) 681-8975



Duties: Remove and handle hazardous chemicals and biochemical products by preparing items for shipment to various disposal locations. Monitor shipping processes by being attentive, listening, communicating (oral, reading, writing) basic problem solving and decision making reacting to problems that create immediate threats to personnel and equipment. Responsible for the maintenance and efficient use of chemicals, supplies, tools, equipment, and personnel in work area. Clean, sanitize, and ensure machinery, equipment, utilities, and other services are in safe working condition. Possess knowledge and understanding of cGMP/SOPs and work equipment. Work environments indoors and outdoors. Some areas have loud noise, active machinery, high pressure fluid systems, electrical equipment, confined spaces, heights and depths, fumes, air borne pathogens, noxious gases, other types of chemicals requiring usage of personal protective equipment e.g. safety glasses, ear plugs, rubber boots, gloves, protective suit, and mask. Assemble, install, test, repair and maintain electrical panels, outlet boxes, electrical fixtures, and appliances. Install ground leads, 3-phase wiring, underground wiring, and power cables to equipment, connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, and fasten metal or plastic boxes to wall of house for 3-way or 4-way electrical switches or outlets. Measure, cut thread, bend, insert, splice, connect wires to fixtures, receptacles, and power source. Assemble and install conduits by placing inside designated partitions, walls, or other concealed areas, and completing circuit between boxes by pulling insulated wire or cable through the conduit. Test electrical system, equipment, and continuity of circuits and fixtures using test devices such as ohmmeter, voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, megger, and oscilloscopes, etc. to ensure compatibility and safety of system. Inspect and diagnose malfunctioning of system, apparatus, and components using test equipment to locate the cause and correct the problem, identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustments or repair. Install rigid conduit, pull and terminate wire. Ensure systems and equipment is in compliance with Electrical and Safety codes. Use a variety of tools, shop equipment, measuring devices, power tools and hand tools, e.g. hammers, screwdrivers, pliers, wire cutters, conduit benders, saws, hydraulic tools, knives, and drills, to construct and fabricate parts to repair or replace wiring, equipment, and fixtures. Work from ladders, scaffolds, platforms, roofs, and hard-to-reach places requiring standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, and climbing. Read and interprets blue prints, rough sketches, wire diagrams, and use formulas basic to the trade to figure such things as voltage and resistance. Perform physically demanding tasks both inside and outside with some lifting required. Estimate material and equipment needed to complete task and plan layout and installation. Instruct, direct, and supervised crew members of assigned tasks making oral and written reports as required. Knowledge of electrical Codes, Safety Codes and Regulations, and potential hazards associated with the job sites.






3/95 to 5/99 Self Employed-Electrician
222 S Pine Street
Dumas, AR 71639
Phone (870) 382-5844




Duties: Residential and Commercial Wiring Assemble, install, test, repair and maintain electrical panels, outlet boxes, electrical fixtures, and appliances. Install ground leads, 3-phase wiring, underground wiring, and power cables to equipment, connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, and fasten metal or plastic boxes to wall of house for 3-way or 4-way electrical switches or outlets. Measure, cut thread, bend, insert, splice, connect wires to fixtures, receptacles, and power source. Assemble and install conduits by placing inside designated partitions, walls, or other concealed areas, and completing circuit between boxes by pulling insulated wire or cable through the conduit. Test electrical system, equipment, and continuity of circuits and fixtures using test devices such as ohmmeter, voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, megger, and oscilloscopes, etc. to ensure compatibility and safety of system. Inspect and diagnose malfunctioning of system, apparatus, and components using test equipment to locate the cause and correct the problem, identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustments or repair. Ensure systems and equipment is in compliance with Electrical and Safety codes. Use a variety of tools, shop equipment, measuring devices, power tools and hand tools, e.g. hammers, screwdrivers, pliers, wire cutters, conduit benders, saws, hydraulic tools, knives, and drills, to construct and fabricate parts to repair or replace wiring, equipment, and fixtures. Work from ladders, scaffolds, platforms, roofs, and hard-to-reach places requiring standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, and climbing. Read and interprets blue prints, rough sketches, wire diagrams, and use formulas basic to the trade to figure such things as voltage and resistance. Perform physically demanding tasks both inside and outside with some lifting required. Estimate material and equipment needed to complete task and plan layout and installation. Instruct, direct, and supervised crew members of assigned tasks making oral and written reports as required. Knowledge of electrical Codes, Safety Codes and Regulations, and potential hazards associated with the job sites.





5/79 to 11/94 Mizell & Son Inc.-Electrician/Journeyman
Dumas, AR 71639
Supervisor: Dale Mizell
Phone # (870) 382-5250




Duties: Residential and Commercial Wiring Assemble, install, test, repair and maintain electrical panels, outlet boxes, electrical fixtures, and appliances. Install ground leads, 3-phase wiring, underground wiring, and power cables to equipment, connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, and fasten metal or plastic boxes to wall of house for 3-way or 4-way electrical switches or outlets. Measure, cut thread, bend, insert, splice, connect wires to fixtures, receptacles, and power source. Assemble and install conduits by placing inside designated partitions, walls, or other concealed areas, and completing circuit between boxes by pulling insulated wire or cable through the conduit. Test electrical system, equipment, and continuity of circuits and fixtures using test devices such as ohmmeter, voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, megger, and oscilloscopes, etc. to ensure compatibility and safety of system. Inspect and diagnose malfunctioning of system, apparatus, and components using test equipment to locate the cause and correct the problem, identify hazards, defects, and the need for adjustments or repair. Ensure systems and equipment is in compliance with Electrical and Safety codes. Use a variety of tools, shop equipment, measuring devices, power tools and hand tools, e.g. hammers, screwdrivers, pliers, wire cutters, conduit benders, saws, hydraulic tools, knives, and drills, to construct and fabricate parts to repair or replace wiring, equipment, and fixtures. Work from ladders, scaffolds, platforms, roofs, and hard-to-reach places requiring standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, and climbing. Read and interprets blue prints, rough sketches, wire diagrams, and use formulas basic to the trade to figure such things as voltage and resistance. Perform physically demanding tasks both inside and outside with some lifting required. Estimate material and equipment needed to complete task and plan layout and installation. Instruct, direct, and supervised crew members of assigned tasks making oral and written reports as required. Knowledge of electrical Codes, Safety Codes and Regulations, and potential hazards associated with the job sites.




EDUCATION

Dumas High School
Pine Vocational Tech
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff






ADDITIONAL SKILLS

Electrician License M-20-23 Exp 6/30/09
HAZWOPER I 1/09/08




























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