HAYDIN G. HERNDON
I wish to secure a job within your company and work my way through the company and become a positive leader and employee. My goal and focus is to become part of your great company and to become something of great influence to the company.
• Electrical Line worker Program Certificate
•Class A License
• Smart Grid and Electrical Devices Certificate
• Safety Council Member
• CPR/First Aid/AED Card
• 10-Hour OSHA Construction Course Certificate
• Operated Cranes and Line Vehicles with 40-48ft Trailers
• Function Electrical Equipment
• Perform Heavy manual labor
• Ground man skills
• Underground cable splicing
• Run job briefings & Tailboards
• Set Personal Protective Grounds
• Lift 100lbs. plus
• Climb Poles and Lattice towers
• Rigging with Hand lines with Blocks
• Safety Awareness
• Committed to Safety
• Quality Customer Service
• Customer Satisfaction
• Time Management
• Team Collaboration
• Honesty & Integrity
• Great Attitude
• Persistent & Goal setter
• Influence and negotiation
• Leadership & Considerate
• Continuous Learner
Professional Value Offered
I bring a high degree of enthusiasm, energy, and solid work ethic, and pride myself in always working well with others. Maintain a humble, positive attitude and eagerness to help and learn more of the Lineman trade, exposing myself to working on call, extreme weather conditions, travel, overtime, holidays, and weekends. I am able to work at heights, take instructions well, retain knowledge and can adapt to any changes and challenges thrown my way. In my entire work history safety was always my number one priority. I have many hours of academic and hands on training in the Electrical Power Industry Including: Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Electrical Theory, Lines and equipment, transformers etc. I graduated from Northwestern Lineman College in 2014 and have worked in the field for approximately 2 years and want to further my learning and skills in the trade.
Utility Worker, Standard Utility Construction- March 2015 to July 2015
Safely work well with crews to install and maintain and operate overhead High Voltage Distribution and Transmission systems. Underground splicing, substation work. General laborer help assist with the construction and installation of electric conduits infrastructure. Out on job sites in the field preforming general laborer tasks. Repaired street lights daily by use of a bucket truck. Working directly with the foreman and supervisor on site to help locate, excavate, and construct electrical conduits. Construction related experience work outdoors in various elements lift 50lbs or more repeatedly operate line trucks. Worked as a team to complete the task at hand and followed the guidance and direction given to me by my foreman. I had the opportunity to work the flooding in San Marcos and worked with an OnCor Lineman. I helped restore power, built new lines and worked some primary. I followed his guidance and instruction to ensure safety and also to make sure the job was done right. I used this same idea when I ran track in high school. I listened to my coaches followed their teachings and as a team we won State three years in a row.
Grounds man, Power Line Contractors- Midland, Texas July 2015 to December 2015
Safely work well with crews to install, maintain and operate overhead High Voltage distribution and Transmission systems. Gain poles, frame crossarms, assemble guys, pull cable and splice wire. Dig holes for poles, anchors, drive rods and pull wires. Operate Line trucks with 40-48ft trailers and set up traffic control signs and cones. Use power equipment used in overhead and underground line construction. Load and unload materials; raise and lower material and tools using hand lines. Operated bucket trucks. I plan to stay there the rest of my career and start my journeyman career. PLC didn’t offer an apprenticeship. I have not interviewed before for your company and am looking forward for the opportunity.
Clear Springs- Buhl, Idaho Jan 2016-April-2016:
At clear springs I would drive a truck delivering fertilizer to several different areas. I am certified in the use of a Fork Lift, which I use to load and off load the truck. I also physically load some of the pallets, which weigh up too 50lbs or more. I have a current Class A CDL license. I am a Mill Operator/Class A driver. I want to get back to doing lineman work as becoming a Journeyman Lineman is my career goal.
Bird Electric-Midland, Texas: April-2016 to March-2017
I worked as an apprentice lineman for the past 11 months. Safely work well with crews to install, maintain and operate overhead High Voltage distribution and Transmission systems. Gain poles, frame crossarms, assemble guys, pull cable and splice wire. Dig holes for poles, anchors, drive rods and pull wires. Operate Line trucks with 40-48ft trailers and set up traffic control signs and cones. Use power equipment used in overhead and underground line construction. Load and unload materials; raise and lower material and tools using hand lines. Operated bucket trucks. Supervisor was Charles Hammond, ------------
Track Utilities- August 2017- February 2018
I worked at track utilities as a telecom worker hoping for an opening in the powerline side of the company but it never came up or opened, but while at track utilities I learned a whole new side of a career and how to work in a suburb area climbing poles in back yards and maintaining (maintenance) telecommunication.
Star Electric- February 1,2018- May 20,2019
I am currently employed by Star Electric. I was hired on here with about two years of actual Linework experience. I was hired on as a groundman and about three months later I skipped the operator position and became a lineman for Star. As a lineman I learned the responsibilities and duties that came with the title… those responsibilities included, learning how to communicate with the foreman about the new job and or maintaining an existing line, hot work, being able to troubleshoot a line when called out, wiring and hanging wye-wye, wye-delta, delta-wye, and delta delta banks, wiring reclosures, capacitors and sectionalizers, underground pad mount transformers, H-racks, using the rope rig and pull wheel, learning blue prints, and framing and setting poles of different varieties. After eight months of being a lineman I was then promoted to a foreman and now am running my own crew and have been for about two months now. In this position some of my responsibilities include analyzing and recognizing any given situation thrown at me and being able to access a solution. This position also comes with responsibilities such as teaching my crew the most I can to help them be safe.
Electrical Line worker Training Program September 2014 Northwest Lineman College － Boise/Meridian ID, Graduated December 19, 2014
High School Diploma June 2014 Pocatello High School－ Pocatello, ID
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