Olympic Forest Products - RSG Forest
Work in varying degrees of weather, standing or moving on feet for up to 12 hours daily. Carry, sort, stack, load, and unloading heavy raw materials. Inspect for correct grade, or stamp, and mark if necessary. Bind and move materials giving forklift operator help if necessary. Use pneumatic tools, maintain knives, sharpen and replace saw blades, give assistance in babbitt room making molds for metal. Train new hires and participate by giving suggestions on safety improvements at meetings.
Apr 2007－Sep 2014
- Manage and oversee operations, maintenance, administration, improvement, minor plumbing, and landscaping of residential properties. Plan and schedule maintenance repairs to tenants dwelling, cleaning, painting, shampooing or replacement of carpets. Advertising of units. Solicit and analyze bids from contractors regarding specialized projects. Review rent amounts line with rental markets and confer with lawyers that we are not discriminatory and comply with state and federal regulations. Purchase supplies, and record keep previous tenants files on behalf of owner.
Aug 2005－Apr 2006
Seattle Housing Authority
Safely travel to and from designated locations in city vehicle to perform routine maintenance. Perform general cleaning: crouching, standing, carrying tools used to assist with job, walking up and down corridors. Empty garbage, sweep, mop, vacuum. Obtain supplies from storerooms and order more when necessary. Remove sensitive information from buildings that require shredding and dispose of according to instructions. Set alarms and lock down facility per regulations. Routine inspection of vehicles and record keeping of gas log.
May 2001－Oct 2005
Northwest Center for The Disabled
Inspect grounds of the Jackson Federal Building, Federal Courthouse, Post office, and another facility all within a five block radius. Investigate any complaints and remedy. Preventative maintenance of building, its tools, and equipment. Landscaping duties, pest control, planting, pruning, soil conditioning, watering. Clearing of all entrances of snow, Wind debris, garbage. Conferring with the Federal police, or public regarding security issues, nuisance, birds, animal or human feces. Maintain compactor equipment, and parking garage, assist in fire drills, new employee training, and update CPR yearly.
Aug 1999－Sep 2000
Rossoe Energy Systems
Safely travel to commercial and residential properties to service air ducts and furnaces utilizing vacuum technology. Disassemble and assemble connections in compliance to manuals and or diagrams. Test and fix any malfunctions or jammed hoses. Listen to clients and educate in a professional and courteous manner if necessary on preventative maintenance. Utilize customer service skills and keep accurate records of service calls, prepare any necessary invoices.
Forklift Operator - Materials Handler
May 1997－Sep 2000
Operate specialized equipment forklift, pallet jack, hand truck to move, load, and unload cargo containers. Work safely around noise, other machinery, constant distractions and people, to timely get job completed. Routinely use judgement and puzzle solving skills to fit merchandise, product, or supplies within tight spaces saving client funds and keep repeat business. Utilize dexterity and memory skills to fulfill orders. Pulling, reaching, stretching, carrying, squatting, stooping, listening carefully to other workers. Moving eyes, to match or verify numbers and names correctly on orders.
Nov 1990－Dec 1993
Strenkoski Brothers Mason Construction
Construct forms that hold concrete, used in walls, sidewalks, and gutters. Visually check desired pitch, depth, and alignment. Lifting of heavy sacks on smaller jobs. Safely driving of dump truck on other locations. Spread, level, and smooth concrete carrying own masonry tools. Apply any hardening or sealing compounds to cure surface, and waterproof. Monitor curing process. Operate noisy vibrator and other tools to compact concrete. Chip, scrape and grind down high spots or ridges to finish concrete. Wet surface to prepare for bonding, fill any holes, cracks with grout or slurry and pattern to finish. Time pressure to complete job and environment in trafficked, public, or unfavorable conditions.
Oct 1989－Nov 1990
- Set the forms that hold concrete to the desired pitch and depth, and align them. Verify alignment and signal truck driver to facilitate pouring of concrete. Spread, level, and smooth concrete utilizing specialized tools not limited to: rake, shovel, trowel, screed and float and edging tools. Monitoring curing process. Volunteered on many occasions to patiently wait out process. Various working conditions in and around heat, dust, noise, traffic, and hazardous drivers.