Bobby Bailey

Name: Bobby Bailey Email:
Phone: (337) 515-5752 Location: US-LA-Lake Charles-70605


Total years experience: 2 Years, 2 Months Job Categories: Construction (10 Years experience)

Work History

Job Title: Field Service (1 Years) November 2006 – Present
Company Name: PDS, Inc

Job Title: Instrumentation Tech (1 Years) October 2005 – October 2006
Company Name: Del Technical Services

Job Title: I/E Tech/Journeyman (0 Years) June 2005 – September 2005
Company Name: State of Louisiana Agriculture Department

Job Title: Lead I/E Tech (0 Years) March 2005 – May 2005
Company Name: Scott Electric Company

Job Title: I/E Tech/Journeyman (0 Years) August 2004 – December 2004
Company Name: Sulphur Electric Company


School: Louisiana Technical College Major: Occupational Education to teach Degree: Associate Degree Graduation Date:
School: Sowela Technical Institute Major: Radio/TV & Electronics3820 Sen J Bennett Johnston AvenueLake Charles Degree: Associate Degree Graduation Date:
School: Lake Charles High School Major: Degree: None Graduation Date:

Additional Skills And Qualifications

Recent Job Title: Field Service Recent Wage:
Managed Others: Yes (6 others) Languages Spoken: English
Security Clearance: No

Desired Position

Desired Wage: 60,000 USD per year Desired Employment Type: Full-Time
Desired Travel: Negligible Desired Commute:
Desired Relocation:
US-LA-Lake Charles-70601 (Can work for any employer)
US-LA-New Orleans-70112 (Can work for any employer)
US-TX-Houston-77001 (Can work for any employer)


Bobby Bailey, Sr.

3703 Lake Breeze Drive
Lake Charles, LA 70605
(337) 515-5013 – Cell (leave message)
(337) 515-5257 – Cell


Calibration and setup, programming, maintenance, troubleshooting, testing and
repair of smart transmitters and positioners, pneumatic transmitters,
electronic transmitters, electric systems, radar level transmitters, and
various control loops on the following equipment, 16 years, in various
industrial settings; all types DCS and PLC’s, for example, but not limited to:

Micromotion Flow Transmitters (Smart), Daniel Flow Control Systems, Rosemount
System 3, Rosemount Smart Transmitter, Fieldview Smart Positioners, Endress
Hauser Radar Level Transmitters (Smart), Honeywell 3000,Endress Hauser Flow
Transmitters (Smart), Foxboro Transmitters (Smart, Electronic, Pneumatic),
Allen Bradley PLC’s, Square D and other types, Gas Chromatography, analyzers to
measure conductivity, H2S, CO2, PH, and explosive gas monitors, Bristol
temperature controllers, Baker CAC pneumatic shutdown switches. Fisher
Controllers and transmitters, Astor gas analyzers, turbines for injection
volume, including Haliburton and other types, Square D programmable controllers
for alarms and shutdowns, wet process analyzers, colorimeter and reference
types, such as phosphate, chlorine, iron, hardness, nitrogen, silica, and other
types; maintenance and repair of control valves, such as Valtek, Mason-Neilen,
Fisher control valves, and others

Experienced at reading and interpreting instrument and loop diagrams, specs,
ladder logic. Comfortable with pneumatic and electronic instrumentation,
working in the field, and reporting vital information back to management as to
condition of equipment, providing updates to existing drawings, and reporting
cause of and recommendations for proper operation of equipment.


PDS, Inc., at Invista in Orange, TX – November, 2006 to Present – Field
Technician – Read and interpret technical drawings involving pneumatic and
electrical instrumentation, DCS and PLC controls; responsibilities include
walking down P&ID’s, identifying, and making recommendations to update and/or
upgrade; also includes researching DCS configurations and PLC interfaces to
draw up-to-date instrument loops and interlocks with SIS motor starters, etc.
Job requires knowledge of PC’s, including job specific programs, Microsoft
office, Exel, and internet.

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Del Technical Services – October, 2005 – October, 2006 – Instrumentation Tech
Citgo in Lemont, IL, coordinating and providing support to Citgo Maintenance
Team in all aspects of plant instrumentation. Troubleshot, made
recommendations, repair of DCS / PLC’s, calibration and testing of electronic
and instrument equipment. This was a temporary/contract job.

State of Louisiana Agriculture Department – June, 2005 – September, 2005 – I &
Tech for Sugar Mill, in Lacassine, LA. Wiring control panels, verifying
operation of variable speed motor controls, level controls, etc. All aspects
of electrical and instrumentation work involved in the construction of Sugar
Mill, including reading and interpreting relevant diagrams and specification
sheets in order to perform any and all electrical or instrument work as
necessary, from ground up, relying heavily on blueprints and E/C diagrams.

Scott Electric Company – March 2005 – May 6, 2005 – Lead Instrument Tech for
projects before and during turnaround and post turnaround. This involved
proving control loops, red lining loop drawings for updates, and in general,
gathering field information as to condition, and selling the control loops to
the company contact person. These loops consisted of latest models of
Micromotion, Rosemount D/P and pressure transmitters, Fisher Fieldview
positioners and valves; also some Mason Neles smart positioners and valves;
Honeywell transmitters, Type K thermocouples, some straight to the Mulitmox at
the TDC and some through the transmitters for temperature control. This
included correcting any temperature control or any other problems from the
field through the DCC Experion and Honeywell 3000 TDC.


Sulphur Electric Company at Lyondell & at Conoco – August 2004 – December
-I/E Tech – Performed instrumentation turnaround at Lyondell Chemical Plant,
involving disconnecting, bench testing, calibrations, re-installations, and
loop checks of all types of transmitter switches, shutdown devices, including
discrete and analog types. At Conoco,
While awaiting Lyondell turnaround, participated in several large wire pulls
throughout the plant, for Sulphur Electric.

Firestone – I/E Tech – for Sulphur Electric -Termination of instrument and
controls, wire pulls and running conduit.

VaSalle Construction – March 2003 – July 2004 – Carpenter – Worked in
family-owned business as carpenter while searching for permanent
instrumentation work.

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Praxair – November 2002 – February 2003 – I/E Tech – Worked as a temporary
employee through Kelly Technical Services, at Praxair’s three local plants,
including an extensive turnaround.

Coastal Chem / El Paso – February 2001 – November 2001 – Instrumentation Tech
– Worked in Cheyenne, WY, through Petrochem, performing maintenance on
instrumentation and control loops, including maintaining System 3.

Citgo Petroleum – I/E Tech/Supervisor – August 1999 – February 2001, performing
routine maintenance of instrumentation and control loops.

Austin Industrial at Lyondell – July 1998 – May 1999 – I/E Foreman – Supervised
all I/E work, including installation and proving of various types of control

Louisiana Technical College – August 1988 – September 1997 – Instrumentation
Instructor – Trained students in all phases of instrumentation, including
measurement and control of pressure, level, flow, temperature and analyzer
calibration. Facilitated hands-on experience with transmitters, controllers,
valves, and converters.

Energy Power, Inc. – September 1987 to August 1988 – Instrumentation Tech –
Repaired instrumentation and control valves in shop and field.

Amoco Production Company – August 1981 – August 1987 – Instrumentation Tech –
charge of operation, maintenance and repair of controls and control loops for
two sweetening facilities and three gas fields. Responsible for calibration
and proving of various alarms and shutdowns.

Hach Company – September 1979 – August 1981 – Service Representative –
Installation, maintenance and calibration of all types of wet process


Received national certification from EPRI (Electrical Power Research Institute)
Level I Certificate of Qualification in December 2004, and January 31, 2005,
passed my Level II certification.

Louisiana Technical College – Organized and instituted the Associate Degree
Program, based on the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools guidelines,
accredited by SACS.

Permanent certification to teach Instrumentation from the State of Louisiana.

Amoco school on flow measurement in Oklahoma City, OK.

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TV & Radio License from State of Louisiana.

Licensed by the State of Louisiana to teach Instrumentation Technology.

NOCTI – National certification in Instrumentation Technology

Faculty advisor for Louisiana Technical College, Greater Lake Charles, Student
Chapter, Instrument Society of America ’90 – ’97


Louisiana Technical College – Associate Degree in Occupational Education to
Instrumentation Technology, 1995

Sowela Technical Institute – Associate Degree in Radio/TV & Electronics
3820 Sen J Bennett Johnston Avenue
Lake Charles, LA 70602

(337) 491-2688

Lake Charles High School
1509 Enterprise Blvd
Lake Charles, LA 70601

(337) 436-9594


John Berseda – Scott Electric – Superintendent – Phone – 361-533-3491

Vince Allen – Lyondell – I/E Supervisor – Phone – 337-491-3000

Benny Deagle – Scott Electric – Owner – Phone – 361- 884-6326


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