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Posted by WILLAIM DELORENZE on April 15, 2010 at 08:57:57:
43 Pepperidge Avenue ▪ Westbrook, CT 06498
860.3997537 ▪ email@example.com
~ DILIGENT TEAM PLAYER OFFERING BOILER & MACHINERY INSPECTION EXPERIENCE ~
Well organized and proficient at performing inspections of boilers and pressure vessels from small non-jurisdictional objects to large fossil fuel utility boilers. Self motivated and able to perform at high production levels independently and with minimal supervision. Excellent interpersonal skills; adept in identifying problems and implementing solutions to all non-conformances noted.
Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering.
Travelers Insurance Hartford, CT 1995 to 2009
SENIOR RISK CONTROL CONSULTANT
ƒá Provided equipment breakdown inspections and analysis of insured customer machinery and maintenance programs for the purpose of reducing lost production hours and down times.
ƒá Provided jurisdictional inspections of boilers and pressure vessels for various states.
Kemper Insurance Wallingford, CT 1988 to 1995
SENIOR LOSS CONTROL ENGINEER
ƒá Provided loss prevention services to insured customers in all New England states and New York.
ƒá Provided ¡§R¡¨ stamp inspection services and shop inspections to contracted customers.
EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
B.S. in Marine Engineering Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Buzzards Bay, MA
Non-Destructive Engineering Seminar-A.S.M.E. Standards Northeast Utilities Welder School
Utility Boiler Inspection and Operations Combustion Engineering
H.V.A.C. Systems Operation, Inspection and Maintenance Johnson Controls
Qualified Vibration Analyst Course IRD Mechanalysis, Inc.
National Board of Boilers and Pressure Vessels- #10355-A
State of Connecticut Inspector Pressure Vessels- #1244
State of Massachusetts Inspector Pressure Vessels- #001555
State of New York Inspector of Boilers- #4043
State of Rhode Island Inspector of Pressure Vessels- #723
State of New Hampshire Boiler Inspector- #755
State of Vermont Inspector of Boilers and Pressure Vessels- #697
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