I am highly skilled and trained, hard working Millwright that is self driven and motivated with strong leadership abilities with 16 years heavy industrial Electrical and Mechanical experience.
YSCOR VANDERBIJLPARK: (Steel Industry) Apprentice Jan 1990 to Sept 1992. Millwright Oct 1992 to Jul 1995.
COLUMBUS STAINLESS: (Steel Industry) Millwright from Aug 1995 March 1997. JOB FUNCTION: Routine, Preventive and Breakdown Maintenance on a shift basis on Arc Furnace, CLU, Raw Material System, 260 ton Hot Metal overhead Crane, Continues 200mm Slap Caster, 4 Slap Grinders AFRICAN PRODUCTS: (Corn Starch Manufactures) Millwright from April 1997 to Sept 97. Lead Mechanical Technician Oct 1997 to May 2000. JOB FUNCTION: Responsible for planned and preventive maintenance, Technical problem solving in a Corn Starch production environment. Manage contracting staff. Rebuilding all critical bearing assemblies. Supervise and co-ordinate all maintenance.
SALDANHA STEEL (Liquid Steel Manufacture) Millwright from June 2000 to Oct 2001. Senior Millwright from Nov 2001 up to Feb2005 JOB FUNCTION: Responsible for breakdown, planned and preventive maintenance on a shift basis on 2 Converting Arc Furnace, Ladle Heating Furnace, Iron Granulation Plant and (260 to 320 ton overhead cranes) Types of Machinery: High and Medium Voltage Electrical switchgear, Siemens Frequency Drives, Varity of electrical control systems, Siemens S7 PLC controls, Dust Extraction and filter systems, water cooling systems, belt conveyors, SAP maintenance notification software. I am fully computer literate.
YORK TIMBER PLYWOOD DIVISION: (Plywood manufacturer) Millwright from Aug 2006 to Nov 2007. Maintenance Manager from Dec 2007 JOB FUNCTION: (Millwright) Routine, Preventive and Breakdown Maintenance on a shift basis in Plywood plant. Allen Bradley PLC Program writing and Siemens S7 fault finding JOB FUNCTION: (Maintenance Manager) Managing the Plywood engineering department: Budgeting, Maintenance Planning, Plant Modification, supervising 11 Artisans and Technicians, 12 Semi skilled artisans. Types of Machinery: Allen Bradley (SLC504 and Micro Logic 1100, 1500) and Siemens S7 PLC (300 and 400). Several computer control systems. RMC 100 controllers, Frequency drives (SEW, Control Techniques, Danfoss and LG), Steam heating and control systems, Pumps, conveyors, Panel saws, Rexrof , Boch and Vickers Hydraulic servo control systems. Atlas and Ingersoll Rand Compressors.
- Millwright Trade Test (Trade test no. 9/6/10348) (Pass with a B symbol) September 1992 - Siemens S5 PLC 1996 (Columbus Stainless) - Vee & Wedge Belt Drives, Taper Lock Bushes, shafts and couplings (Course at Fenner S.A. 1991) - AC Control, AC motor, Altivar Control (Course at Hoist-Tec) - Mechanical Pump Seals (Course at John Crane) - Foxboro DCS I/A Series Integrated Configuration (Course at AFM Devers 1997) - Condition Monitoring Program using Vibration Analysis (Predict Engineering) - First aid Level one (14-11-2002) - Siemens Simovert (AC71) Advanced Master Drives (2000) - Industrial Fire Fighting (5 Days May 2002) - Medium Voltage Systems application Course (Jan 2003) - SKF Bearing Maintenance and Service (May 2003) - Technical Writing – Effective Communication for Engineers and Technicians (2003) - AC10 Crane Control Systems (April. 2004) - Hazardous Substances Saldanha Steel - Siemens S7 coarse Programming 1 and 2 (Okt 2007)
I am interested to make a career in the oil and gas industry. I know that I have much to offer, and hope that after considering my enclosed CV that you will agree that my experience is both relevant and adequate to make a difference in your organization.
I am someone that loves to work in a team concept, and can take orders and carry them out in a safely, un-supervised but effective manner.
I am used to work in severe abnormal conditions for long hours.
I know I don’t have experience in the oil and gas industry but I am a quick effective learner. I am willing to start at the bottom and work my way up. I know I am the type of candidate that will make a difference in your organication.