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Teacher Electricity C.V Example Teacher Electricity Resume Sample

The following is an example of a qualified / professional Teacher Electricity resume sample(s). These resume examples uses an integration resume layout. The Resume initiates with the applicants qualification profile, outlining key-qualifications for Electricity job field.

Then, the candidate has an outline of their full work experience (employment history) in sequential order with employment dates on file.

Next is the Educational background, listed in descending order (most recent first). It then moves onto the Professional Background, highlighting skills separated into professional & personal skills.

And lastly, Certifications/Licenses that the candidate it involved with. Then a final part displays any other additional information that the candidate want it to be listed.

Resume Example for Teacher Electricity

Ponce, PR

Greetings, thank you for the opportunity that I can get. I am electrical constractor and residencial & comercial constractor in Puerto Rico but I’m moving soon. In Puerto Rico I have all the permits to practice the profession for which I am counting on extensive experience and good reputation. If necessary I can send a report of some of my works and letters of recommendation from my clients. Thank you.

Willing to relocate to: Puerto Rico – Texas

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Teacher Electricity

Escuela Tecnica de Electricidad

San Juan, PR

2015 to Present

Teacher electricity

Dewey University

2014 to Present

Master electrician (Lic PR)

Home and Building (Self Employer)

2000 to Present

Contractor

Home and Building (Self Employer)

1994 to Present

Master Electrician

Department of Veterans Affairs

San Juan, PR

Education

History

Universidad Interamericana

electrical technician

Escuela Tecnica de Electricidad

Skills

Construction field, residencial & comercial construction. (10+ years)

Certifications/Licenses

Master electrician

January 2016 to January 2017

License to PR

EPA 608 Universal

EPA regulations (40 CFR Part 82, Subpart F) under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act require that technicians who maintain, service, repair, or dispose of equipment that could release ozone depleting refrigerants into the atmosphere must be certified.

Additional Information

Expert in electricity, cement, dry walls, wood, tiles, building structures, residential and commercial construction. Fast and quality work. I have 14 years of experience as an independent contractor. first language spanish.