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State: TX Texas
Country: United States
Status:
Currently working but always looking.
I prefer permanent jobs.
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Paul Dunkel
302 12th Ave N Texas city, TX 77590
(cell) 409-739-3116





Summary

As a professional Inspector I have the ability to work under high stress and
pressured situations to complete tasks correctly and efficiently. I am a highly motivated
self-starter and a team player that is mature, responsible and dedicated.

Certifications:
Non-Destructive Testing level I and II
Nationally IV certified
State Board of Pharmacy
Pharmacy Technician Certification Board


Baker Hughes Houston, TX Nov. 2016 - Present
Fuel Additive Inspector

Strong mechanical aptitude for working out in the field running various types of equipment including pumps, generators and air compressors. Delivering and hooking equipment up to inline injections points inside terminals and refineries.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Support field sales by providing technical assistance, delivering chemicals and hooking up equipment.
Inventory and maintain chemical surveillance.
Assure and maintain that the chemical pump is operating at the correct rate.
Continuous service reporting in regard to pump function in the field.
Alters product dosage rates and/or changes product applications in order to meet customer requirements.
Activates/deactivates feed systems on the basis of safety or performance related determinations.
Determines the need to bring in additional support if problems are too extensive or unique.
Reports to job-site punctually and observes all Inspectorate applicable federal and state regulations and standards, Terminal, Refinery, and/or vessel requirements, including safety and measurement standards.
Maintains a 24-hour on-call status.
Attends "Key Meetings" with external personnel ashore, on vessels and/or abroad.
Communicates any problems, discrepancies, or other noteworthy incidents to the Operations Supervisor and/or Dispatcher without delay.
Reviews any discrepancies with Field Manager, signs and returns job order forms.
Attends company meetings as required.


Bureau Veritas Houston, TX August 2015 – Feb. 2016
3rd Party Apprentice Inspector

Successfully completed the Bureau Veritas Apprenticeship Program. Training Scope included; HSE Manufacturing processes, Shop inspection guidelines, Basic Measuring and Dimensioning, Drawings and Blueprints, MTR review, Data book review, Report writing, Review of NCRs, Welding, Heat Treatment, Coating, Pressure Equipment, Heat Exchanges, Pipeline inspection, Drilling and Completion Equipment, Subsea Equipment, Umbilicals, Valves, Pumps, Mechanical testing, Introduction to NDT, Defect and RT film interpretation, Introduction to QMS, AWS D1.1, ASME- Section V, IX, VIII Div. 1, API Monogram Program, API QI, API - 1104, 5L, 5CT, 6A, 510, & 570.

Performed varieties of inspections on production quality, to determine if the client requirements are being achieved. Client requirement details below.

Cima Inspection Pasadena, Texas March 2015 – August 2015
NDT Technician

NDT Inspection methods of:
(O.J.T) (Hours)
RT 223
MT 230
PT 205
UT 167
UT Thickness Readings 50
Report and Procedure Writing.

Memorial Hermann Southeast, Houston, Texas March 2008 - July 2014
Certified Pharmacy Technician II July 2016 - Nov. 2016

Completed tasks with Pyxis, answered phones, pre-packed bulk unit dose medications, and prepared standard IVs and multiple IV chemotherapy drugs. Inventory, stock and maintained all IV and chemotherapy drugs at or above par level. Ordered all Standard IV and Chemotherapy drugs.



Houston Medicine Chest, Houston, Texas February 2007 - March 2008
Certified Pharmacy Technician

Prepared medications for pre-packaging for nursing homes and individuals.

Mainland Medical Center, Houston, Texas May 2004 - July 2004
Pharmacy Technician Intern

Prepared standard IVs and TPNs. Delivered prepared IVs to nursing units on all hospital floors for inpatients.

Kroger Pharmacy, Webster Texas July 2004 - September 2004
Pharmacy Technician Intern

Prepared bulk medications for customers. Counted, and stocked new shipment inventory. Handled Insurance calls for customers.

Champions Gym, Texas City, Texas February 2000 - February 2007
Physical Trainer

Assisted people to reach their fitness goals.

Education

The Ocean Corporation, Houston, TX August 2014 - March 2015
Completed a 750 clock hour program in Nondestructive Testing that meets or exceeds the standards established by ASNT-SNT-TC-1A and CP189. G.P.A.: 91.4%
MT I & II (Hours)
PT I & II
UT I & II
ET I & II
RT I & II
VT 1, VT 2 & VT 3
40 Hour Radiation Safety
State Radiation Trainee Card
Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV’S)
HazMat or HAZWOPER (40hr course as outlined in 29CFR 1910.120)
Rigging (API RP2D, Revision 6)
First Aid/CPR/AED (American Red Cross)
Report and Procedure Writing
Materials and Processes
Isometric Drawing
Valid TWIC card

College of the Mainland, Texas City, TX January 2007 - 2014
Associates of Applied Science in Process Technology, Pharmacy Tech Program

Texas City High School, Texas City, TX 1996 - 2000


Individual Client Requirements

Performed varieties of inspections on production quality, to determine if the client requirements are being achieved on the following assignments;

FMC – To witness the production stab seal qualification test (Hot hold/Cold hold test) in compliance with API 6A PR2 test procedure.

Valve Technologies – Monitored the in-process activity, coating and final packaging of ball valve. Witnessed the positive material identification on valve assembly parts such as; ball, upstream seat, gland and Belleville spring.

Technip Umbilical’s – Monitored the in-process activity for tie-in welds between UTA static fore end and static AFT end into umbilical tubes. Witnessed the methodology for cleaning-passivation of SD, Duplex & SS tubes.

Extreme Fab- Witness Welding start-up and review all Welding records.5. Witnessed PR 2 Performance Tests on (1) 2" 15,000psi API Gate Valve in accordance API 6A. 6. Witnessed testing to qualify the HPHT Production Stab Annulus Seal P1000149227/A from the gallery side in Qualification Fixture P1000142054/B for 20,000psi rated working pressure over a temperature range of 0oF to 350oF. Testing included Cold Hold Test in accordance with the applicable code API 6A PR2 Test Procedure.

GE Oil and Gas- To Monitor an Assembly Inspection for a 60K-11 A/B Booster & 60K-40 A/B Residue Gas Compressors.

Patton Myhre- Witnessed Hydrostatic and Air testing on the Shell and Seats of the 12" 600 Class Ball valve SN15161013006 / Tag# V430302 in accordance with ANSI/API Specification 6D, 23rd edition. Witness hydrostatic testing on High pressure Nimway 710 Connector.

Hunting Energy Services- Witness hydro testing on X-Over and Compound WLV assemblies in accordance with API 6A - Specification for Wellhead and Christmas Tree Equipment. Review Documentation on Flange X-Over in accordance with API Spec. 6A PSL 3.

T-Rex- Surveillance for fabrication and welding on 4 PLET structures

National Oilwell Varco- Reviewed the MTR’s for the Blow out preventer.


Volunteer Work: Texas City Little League Umpire January 2000 - 2002, 2004 – 2006


References upon request
Education
The Ocean Corporation, Houston, TX August 2014 - March 2015
Completed a 750 clock hour program in Nondestructive Testing that meets or exceeds the standards established by ASNT-SNT-TC-1A and CP189. G.P.A.: 91.4%
MT I & II (Hours)
PT I & II
UT I & II
ET I & II
RT I & II
VT 1, VT 2 & VT 3
40 Hour Radiation Safety
State Radiation Trainee Card
Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV’S)
HazMat or HAZWOPER (40hr course as outlined in 29CFR 1910.120)
Rigging (API RP2D, Revision 6)
First Aid/CPR/AED (American Red Cross)
Report and Procedure Writing
Materials and Processes
Isometric Drawing
Valid TWIC card

College of the Mainland, Texas City, TX January 2007 - 2014
Associates of Applied Science in Process Technology, Pharmacy Tech Program

Texas City High School, Texas City, TX 1996 - 2000
Experience
3 years
Comments
Paul W. Dunkel 302
12th Avenue North Texas City, Texas 77590
(409)739-3116 PDunkel302@yahoo.com

To whom it may concern: I am very much interested in an Oil and gas position within your organization. As a professional I have the ability to work under high stress and pressured situations to complete tasks correctly and efficiently. I am a highly motivated self-starter and a team player that is mature, responsible and dedicated. I believe that my education, training and experience will be an asset to your company. I have enclosed my resume for your review and consideration. I look forward to your reply and further discussion.

Sincerely,

Paul Dunkel