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Mitcheal Nelson
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Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical expert, highly skilled with diverse skills. Hands-on experience with SCADA and PLC
systems. Maintenance Mechanic – Electrical Mechanic – Handyman Skilled maintenance technician/ electrician with 25+ years
experience focusing on system diagnosis. Versatile Instrumentation and Electrical Technician specializing in both high and low
voltage electrical system repair and maintenance. Maintenance Supervisor dedicated to continuous process improvement in the
face of rapidly evolving and changing markets. Enthusiastic team player with a strong work ethic and advanced complex problem
solving skills.
Budget development
Consistently meet goalsEmployee scheduling
Staff training/developmentChemical processing skillfulness
Effective leaderMicrosoft applications skills
ISO certifiedPipes and fittings expert
System troubleshootingAC and DC motor drives
Electromechanical systems expertExpert in programmable controllers
Wiring diagramsStrong mechanical aptitude
Schematic diagram interpretationBrazing experience
Troubleshooting expertArc and MIG welding experience
Supervisory experience
Technical school training
Lean manufacturing techniques
Pneumatic activity expert
work history
Valve TechnicianMar 2015 – Current
Bay Valve4385 south 133rd st. Seattle, WA. 98168
This was an opportunity to enhance my industrial instrumentation skills, since a lot of my work in the food, chemical and
power generation industries work involved various types of valves.

Working Power Plant and Refinery outages – inspecting, repairing and rebuilding
pumps, valves and valve actuators. Using proper rigging and hand signals with hoists and cranes to remove and reinstall the
different types and sizes of the pumps, valves and valve actuators in our scope of work. Repaired and rebuilt safety, manual,
hydraulic, pnuematic, control and motor operated valves and actuators. Worked on brands of valves and actuators involving but
not limited to Biffi, Xomox, Fisher and Limitorque — SMB 000 to SMB 3, SB’s and L120’s. Also, rebuilt various types of pumps,
mainly vertical of different sizes.
Maintenance SupervisorJul 2014 – Mar 2015
Fiat-Chrysler (FCA)Belvidere, IL
Supervisor for the closures department which consists of the assembly of the doors, hoods and liftgates for the Jeep
and Dodge vehicles at the facility, as well as the auto re-spot lines-final welds on the vehicles before assembly and the
auto-panel line-fitting of the liftgates and final preparations before assembly. This involved supervision of 20-25 skilled
tradesmen and 20-25 production personnel. Responsible for supervising a wide variety of duties including pipefitting,
mechanical repair, electrical repair, preventative maintenance, equipment installation, housekeeping, production goals, Quality
of product, managing and maintaining of the necessary levels of production and repair supplies, discipline, recommendations of
achievement and all corresponding reports and records.

Liaised between the UAW personnel and Management to meet production goals and standards, including improvements.
Performed Root Cause Analyses with the maintenance personnel using and implementing World Class Manufacturing ( WCM
) program.
Instrumentation, Control & Electrical TechnicianNov 2013 – Jul 2014
Abengoa Solar-Solana PlantGila Bend, 85337, AZ
Installation, commissioning, calibrating, start-up, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing of instrumentation and
electrical systems including the controls systems of METSO and Siemens PLC’s throughout the Power Block and Water
Treatment. Instrumentation involved pH, level, temperature, flow, pressure, hydraulic, pnuematic, control and motor operated
valves and actuators, 4-20 mA control signal and instrument air throughout the Power Block and Water Treatment, including
extensive work on the Steam Turbine Generators. Electrical involved maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing of low voltages
for controls through high voltages in the switch yard, this included but not limited to PLC’S, VFD’S, transformers, UPS,
switchgear, compressors, motors and a multitude of switches.

Worked hand in hand with the Engineers and Operations for start-up, going online with the power
grid and I, C & E maintenance again throughout the Power Block and Water Treatment. Also, using precision test equipment
such as oscilloscopes, multimeters, waveform generators and spectrum analyzers. Conducted highly complex diagnostics and
tests, making critical adjustments to component values. Inspected and maintained equipment, including blenders, pumps,
chemical additive units and coil tubing units for proper operation. Inspected Ted and repaired equipment for proper
performance and correct communication.
Instrumentation, Control & Electrical TechnicianJun 2005 – Nov 2013
MKD ElectricElgin, IL
Performed industrial Instrumentation, Controls and Electrical maintenance for a major food and pharmaceutical
supplying manufacturer (Ingredion, formerly Corn Products). This involved maintaining, calibrating, troubleshooting and
repairing various types, brands and sizes of process instruments-pH, temperature, density, conductivity, flow, level and
pressure; valves-hydraulic, pnuematic, control and motor operated; SCADA and control systems-DCS, Provox, Delta-V,
Bentley-Nevada, Woodward, CEMS and PLC’S through a computer mainframe primarily using a 4-20 mA or 1-5 Vdc signal;
electrical-low voltage through 15 kVac, motors, VFD’s, transformers, centrifuges, switchgear and other electrical systems.
Also, maintaining and repair of Total Organic Carbon analyzers (TOC’S) for waste water and boiler feed water, for the onsite
fossil fuel power generation plant. Instrument and electrical maintenance on the boilers and Steam Turbine Generators. The
facility consisted of 7 separate plants working together to make their products which were Corn Unloading, Wet Starch, Dry
Starch, Corn Syrup Refinery, Oil Refinery, Dextrose and the Powerhouse. Also, proficient with SAP, MP2 and Lotus.
Journeyman ElectricianJun 1994 – Jun 2005
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local #15850 Elizabeth Ave. St. Louis, MO.
Installation of various electrical systems for commercial, industrial and residential construction, power plant outages and auto
industry change overs. Proficient in sizing, bending and installing conduits and cable trays. Also, sizing and installing the
conductors for low to medium voltages. Knowledge of the National Electric Code and its implementation. Proficient with PLC’S,
Fire Alarm Systems, welding and supervision.
Industrial ElectricianNov 1989 – Jun 1994
Orscheln IndustriesHannibal, MO
Installing, troubleshooting and repairing of different types of machinery for the production of hood and brake release cables for
the auto industry. This included electrical, PLC’s, plastic extrusion, welding, pneumatics and hydraulics.
Industrial Electrician/ SupervisorJun 1991 – Nov 1992
Pace IndustriesMonroe City, MO
Installing, rebuilding, troubleshooting and repairing various types of machinery for the aluminum and zinc die casting industry.
This consisted mainly but not limited to the die cast presses; electrical, mechanical, PLC’s, hydraulics and pnuematics. As well
as being the off shift Maintenance Supervisor for the facility, supervising a crew of 8 skilled tradesmen. Mentoring, training and
assisting my crew to accomplish routine and complex repairs in support of production.
Instrumentation & Controls Technician (Field Communications Equipment)Jun 1984 – Jun 1988
United States Marine CorpsCalifornia
Preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repairing of the field communications equipment. As well as performing my
soldier duties of physical training, gun range qualifications and other field duties. Training was Electronic and Instrumentation
School at Marine Corps Base in Twentynine Palms, CA.

Attended training with Novaspec for Control Valves, Micromotion Flowmeters, DCS and Delta-V; received certificates.

Associate of Applied Science: Engineering
Illinois Wesleyan University
Coursework in Electronics Theory and Techniques
Did not graduate Illinois Wesleyan University, attended 1982-1984
Attended Allen Bradley PLC training; received a certificate.

Completed numerous safety courses; received certificates.
Associate of Science:
Moberly Vo-tech
High School Diploma:
Chesterton High School
NICET for Instrumentation
NCCER for Instrumentation and Electrical

Bloomington, IL

Moberly, MO
Chesterton, IN

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