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- Jim -
Monroe, WA


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Sadly my future son in law has run into bad times like most people and is in need of a job or do odd jobs for money. He is support 3 children and my daughter and they are getting closer to losing their house.

They live in Pacific so he can work in the South End but not limited to the south. He is a darn good hard worker and I have hired him to do some electrical (Home wiring) and some other very physical work.

Here is his resume.

Jacob Duncanson

Objective

Ability to work independently or as part of a multi-functional team.  Learn quickly and utilize new methods to be efficient of my skills.  Communicate and follow written and verbal instruction. Ability to think creatively when using tools and solving problems.  I have the ability to troubleshoot mechanical components. Communicate clearly at one-on-one and group levels. Knowledge of production techniques, Company policies and procedures. Can take constructive criticism and apply it to improve my skills.

Experience

June 2010-January 2011          Winstaffing                                                     Tukwila, WA

Forklift driver/crewmember

  • Temp work to Norvanco logistics
  • Load and unload shipments
  • Order prep and completion

 

January2009-May2010            Obot Electric                                                  Bellevue, WA

Electrical Apprentice

  • Complete wiring from start to finish of high end homes and restaurants
  • Installation of home theater
  • Blue print reading

 

June2008-January2009            Wilmar Corporation                                           Renton, WA

Crew member

  • Forklift driver to load and unload containers
  • Separate and inventory distributor returns
  • Inventory warehouse stock

 

January2008-March2008         Safeway grocery                                              Auburn, WA

Night crew member

  • Breaking down of freight to place on sales floor
  • Design displays of on sale items
  • Electric pallet jack and big Joe scissor lift

Education

Sept.1997-June2002                Auburn Riverside High School                           Auburn, WA

  • Required Course study
  • Weight lifting and Football

Interests

Heavy lifting, mechanically inclined, good organizational skills, light computer skills, working as hard or as fast as I can. 

Certifications

Forklift class levels 1,2,4 Electrical Trainee # DUNCAJL934CH

 

 

 



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- Beemer Brett - Redmond, WA

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Good luck to him Jim, I hope it works out for them. I will say that a series of jobs held for only 6 months doesnt look very good at first glance. Nothing against the guy, just an observation.

-- Edited by Brettd85 on Tuesday 29th of March 2011 09:17:58 AM

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- Jim -
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Brettd85 wrote:

 I will say that a series of jobs held for only 6 months doesnt look very good at first glance. Nothing against the guy, just an observation.

-- Edited by Brettd85 on Tuesday 29th of March 2011 09:17:58 AM


 All those jobs were through Temp agencies, including his newest job as of last week. He already knows this is a Temp job and is looking for a more permanent job.

Jake did this job for me last summer. Bust ass work too.

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Best time so far....
60'----- 1.273
330'--- 3.667
1/8---- 5.693
MPH--- 121.16
1000'-- 7.455
1/4----- 8.955
MPH---- 149.85


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- Mike -
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Just from my recent experience with the company I'm with....the IEC(Independent Electrical Contractors) http://www.iecofwa.org/  seems to be a good network of electrical contractors in Washington...not union affiliated obviously.  Most of the IEC companies I've been told do mostly or only prevailing wage jobs(which is all I've been doing the last 6 months).  One of the guys I work with was hired as an apprentice through the IEC website just within the last couple of months.  I don't know about the training program or anything but it's worth a shot.



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- Erik -
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My first impression was...why the hell is he not still doing the electrical apprenticeship?! My brother is in the IBEW in Oregon and he just turned-out this past December. It has been a tough road for him and he busted his ass, but it paid off.

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- Neil -
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I know this isn't down south, but I thought I would post it anyway.

http://www.snopud.com/Site/Content/Documents/er/jobs/LineApp30day_411.pdf



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