|Foreman 28 July 2006 19 April 2008
Kentech International Ltd. Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Coordinating all instrumentation work program and ensure the instruction regarding all works and specification are conveyed to the instrument operators or technicians. Coordination with supervisor in daily work and schedule. Estimation and distribution of manpower to full utilization by conducting time and motion studies (man-hour). Monitor and checks project installation activities from preparatory stage through execution stage. Preparation of materials for new installation job. Monitoring test of new product, material requisition for equipment, tools, engineering materials and or manning/materials. Disseminate always to direct overseer an awareness of workmanship (Quality and Productivity) to avoid punch list of works. Implementation of the correct drawings and specification for the accuracy of installation procedures and standards. Review all equipment of personnel accident reports. Emphasized always the preventive and corrective measures that would help eliminate the safety hazards. Promote safety consciousness both in the jobsite and in outside.
Junior Instrument Engineer 29 January 2004 7 January 2006
Consolidated Contractors Company, Al Khafji, Saudi Arabia
Maintain, calibrate and adjust various measuring instruments like Flow, Pressure, Level and Temperature Transmitter. Conducts loop checking in different types of instruments. Records calibrations made, parts and components used, and inventory of parts on hand.
Senior Instrument and Electrical Technician 2 January 2002 4 January 2004
Alaura & Associates Builders, Iligan City, Philippines
Reads blueprints and drawings of electrical schemes and schematics. Tests accuracy of flowmeters, pressure gauges, temperature indicators, controllers, radiation counters or detectors, and other recording, indicating or controlling instruments to locate defective components in system, using test equipment, such as pressure gauges, mercury manometers, potentiometers, pulse and signal generators, oscilloscopes, and mutimeters.