Please consider for any entry level openings you may have. Also any constructive criticism or advice on resume prep would be greatly appreciated.
Name: Jerry Joseph Smith
2008 - 2009
North American School of Heating and Air Conditioning
Phone: 909 307 5770
Successful graduation in the following HVAC course.
This course covers all aspects of heating and air conditioning and ventilation. Both residential and commercial.
EPA CERTIFICATION IN:
Universal Technician Certificate.
CORE Type I Certification
Type II Certification
Type III Certification
REGISTERED ASBESTOS WORKER WITH THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Electricity Fundamentals and Circuits
*Fundamentals, theories and concepts of electricity. Electrical Circuits. Laboratory.
Comfort Air Conditioning and Controls
*Principles of Air Conditioning, air movement and air control. Identify, service and troubleshoot parts and systems. Air Conditionings controls.
Commercial and Industrial Air Conditioning and Controls.
*Maintenance and service of commercial and industrial systems. Troubleshooting procedures.
Domestic Refrigeration and Controls.
*Fundamentals of small refrigeration equipment. Maintenance and troubleshooting procedures. Control system techniques.
Commercial Refrigeration and Controls.
*Fundamentals, theory and concepts of heating. Maintenance and troubleshooting procedures. Control system techniques.
Commercial and Industrial Buildings.
*Service and maintenance of commercial and industrial buildings. Understanding the critical thinking and human resources vital to the operation and maintenance of these buildings.
Industrial Refrigeration and Electronic Technology.
*Introduction to the industrial refrigeration process. Fundamentals of electricity as applied to electronic devices. Identification of electronic parts.
Mathematics and Electrical Circuits Laboratory.
*Practical problems in mathematics and their application to the electrical maintenance and service industry. Layout and construction of electrical circuits.
Electricity Fundamentals and Electrical Circuits Laboratory.
*Direct Current Fundamentals, concepts and applications. Layout and construction of electrical circuits.
Introduction to the National Electrical Code (NEC) and Electrical Circuits Laboratory III
*Introduction to the layout and organization of the NEC. Using the NEC to plan and check circuit layouts. Layout and construction of electrical circuits.
Electricity Fundamentals II and Electrical Applications Laboratory I.
*Alternating current fundamentals. Mathematics applications to the understanding of alternating current circuits. Alternating current theories and applications. NEC applications to wiring residential units. Reading residential house plans to gain practical experience laying out wiring and making service entrance calculations.
Electrical Wiring I and Electrical Applications Laboratory II.
*Wiring and layout of circuits for residential and equipment applications.
Electrical Wiring II and Electrical Applications Laboratory III.
*Wiring and layout of circuits for commercial applications. Reading commercial plans to gain practical experience wire sizing, calculating loads, and over current protection.
October 3rd 2007 - February 1st 2008.
Chris Lanning Residential Construction
Running Springs CA
Position: Builders Assistant
Duties: Assisting in the building of residences. Carpentry, construction skills and the ability to read schematics. Skills required precision, flexibility, reliability and the willingness to develop ongoing skills on the job site.
October 12th 2006 - August 7th 2007
PPG Clean Up
San Bernardino CA
Position: Class A Roll Off Driver
This company no longer exists.
Please see the following for listed skills.
May 2005 - may 31st 2006
Environmental Contractors Transport Inc
San Bernardino CA
Class A Roll Off Hazmat Driver.
Transportation of environmental waste (asbestos). Skills required driving doubles, TSA approval, reliability, professionalism and safe work practices. Position required being able to drive in inhospitable environments safely, and driving in public areas safely. Meeting paperwork requirements and log requirements.
This position was full time, with overtime required and gave me experience driving, and handling asbestos and the subsequent transportation and removal of hazardous materials.
Duties: Residential and Commercial electrical services. Ability to read blue prints, communicate effectively and work in a variety of settings. Flexibility and ability to work unsupervised.
North American School of Heating and AC
2025 West Park Ave Suite 1
909 307 5770
RCP Electrical Services
Ph: (1949) 533 7584
909 338 6446