Name : Larry Crowell
Industry Type : Electrical Contractors
City & State : Richland, WA
Job Title Journeyman Electrician
Relocation Preferences : Anywhere
Objective : Listed in resume
Resume :  
William L. (Larry) Crowell


ObjectiveExperienced Journeyman Electrician seeking a position in which a professional with a working knowledge of electrical installations can add value to existing operations, along with maximizing opportunities for personal growth and challenge. Willing to travel.

QualificationsExcellent supervisory, communication and organizational skills with competence
To serve as liaison between the company and other contractors.
Extensive experience in working on electrical installations from the incoming line to the last signal with strong electrical controls and troubleshooting background.
Conscientious individual who has developed high performance standards, including attention to deadlines, budgets and quality work.
Proven ability to utilize total quality and safety principles to operate successfully in a stressful, fast-paced, deadline-oriented, no errors environment.

Supervisory Skills: Ability to coordinate functions of various personnel and jobs, ensuring compliance with regulations and company polices; competent with scheduling and incorporating fair designation of responsibilities; proficient in inventory controls; excels in problem-solving capabilities.

ExperienceMore than 16 years experience in electrical work for new construction, repairs and electrical installations for commercial, industrial and residential structures.
Frequently attended pre-job meetings to determine scope of work and contract requirements.
Assisted with planning layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and
fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
Assured conformity with safety measures as set forth by industry standards.
Conferred with owners or supervisors providing necessary jobsite information.
Provided assistance for the timely completion of all projects.
Managed inventory controls, as necessary to ensure all necessary materials were on
the job site for new construction projects.
Interpreted blueprints and specifications as needed; has completed estimating and invoicing for projects on the computer.
Participated in daily job assessments of worksites, addressing problems and work
issues as they occurred.
Diagnosed malfunctioning systems, apparatus, and components, using test equipment
and hand tools, to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem.

ProfessionalGarrett Electric (509-946-5656)Richland, WA
Experience Journeyman ElectricianApr. 2009 Apr. 2010
Provided electrical work on commercial and industrial buildings, including the installation of terminations in MCCs.
Assisted with pulling wire, completing several terminations, as well as running conduit and supports in a new hospital.

ADEC Electrical (509-783-3773)Kennewick, WA
Field SuperintendentOct. 2008 Apr. 2009
Supervised 4-6 crew members in the installation of panels, wire pull, conduit and terminations for a 30,000 square feet recreation center.

Garrett Electric (509-946-5656)Richland, WA
Journeyman ElectricianMar. 2007 Oct. 2008
Provided electrical work on commercial and industrial buildings, including the installation of terminations in MCCs.
Assisted with pulling wire, completing several terminations, as well as running conduit and supports in a new hospital.

Campbell & Company Pasco, WA
Journeyman ElectricianDec. 2005 Jan. 2007
Completed wiring, along with wire heating and air systems for residential construction.

PC Electric (509-582-8500)Pasco, WA
Journeyman Electrician Supervisor Mar. 2003 Dec. 2005
Assumed full responsibility for bidding for all jobs, including scheduling and assuring each job was completed on time.
Managed inventory controls and ordered all necessary materials for all jobs for wiring of new residential construction.

Local Union 112 (509-735-0512)Kennewick, WA
Journeyman ElectricianJune 1994 Sept. 2002
Completed electrical work on commercial, industrial and residential structures, including several industrial projects.
Assisted with installations for the Wal-Mart distribution center and the Coyote Spring Power Plant, as well as Simplot twice, all located in Hermiston, OR.
Handled installations on the Hanford site twice, along with two schools.

NJATC Electrical ApprenticeshipKennewick, WA
1995 - 2000

LicenseJourneyman 01 License since 2000.

Computer SkillsProficient in Microsoft Word; familiar with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint programs. Can operate printers, scanners and fax machines. Competent with Internet browsers and E-mail.
Has completed estimating and invoicing on the computer.

Military Served in the United States Navy, E3; 08/03/1987 06/12/1990.

References are available upon request.

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