NDT- None Destructive Testing Technician
Posted: 1/27/2018 8:47:55 AM
NJ New Jersey
I am willing to Travel.
I need a job as soon as possible.
I prefer permanent jobs.
➢ Gas, LP Gas, Diesel, Propane ➢ Electric sit down riders
➢ Electric stand up riders
➢ Narrow aisle reach trucks
➢ Narrow aisle straddle trucks
➢ Order selector trucks
➢ Low lift motorized hand trucks ➢ High lift motorized hand trucks ➢ Tow tractors
➢ ATFP Level I Awareness Training For Service Member(CONUS) 06/2011
➢ Basic Military Training Course U.S. Navy – Certificate 03/2008
➢ Construction Equipment Mechanic Apprenticeship Training – Certificate 06/2011 ➢ Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, Excel, Microsoft Photo-Shop, Type 60 wpm. ➢ Completed Yale Forklift Operator Safety Certification - 10/10/2017
Springfield High School-Graduated 2008
American Test Center, River Falls, WI. (August 2015- July 2017) NDT Technician (Level 1)
➢ Non-Destructive Testing on heavy equipment and aerial devices Nation wide. ➢ Magnetic particle testing.
➢ Wire rope testing.
➢ Load testing booms and aerial devices.
➢ Bolt torque and magnetic testing.
➢ Aerial Drift Testing.
➢ Dielectric Testing on bucket trucks and tree trunks. ➢ Acoustic admissions
Solid Construction, Minot, ND. (July 2012-August 2015)
Performed duties as Foreman/Laborer/Driver in support of construction of Flat work for Oil Drilling Rig Compounds, often in adverse weather conditions.
➢ Site Foreman responsible for supervising a team of 3 to 5 laborers/finishers
➢ Retaining Walls for Foundations
➢ Setting forms
➢ Block work
➢ Concrete poured walls
➢ Tying steel and rebar
➢ Operated light and heavy construction equipment
➢ Asphalt paving, concrete work, as well as sealcoating, and crack fill.
➢ Transporting equipment and personnel to and from job sites, operating machinery, and
lifting heavy objects.
U.S. Navy Reserves ( January 2011- July 2012) (Honorable Discharge) Reserve Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Twenty One Lakehurst, NJ Completed extensive course of instruction at Naval Station Port Hueneme Responsibilities included:
➢ Proper Use and Care of Mechanic Hand Tools, Shop Equipment, Special and Precision Measuring Instruments
➢ Diagnosing and Correction of Internal Combustion Engines
➢ Disassembly, inspection, repair, assembly, tuning of gasoline engines
➢ Inspect and perform basic engine tune-up of five different diesel engine types
➢ Training also included repairs to various brakes, transmissions, transaxles, transfer cases,
differentials, steering, suspension, hydraulic systems, and electrical systems.
➢ Completed training on the Navy Preventative Maintenance Program
UNITED STATES NAVY (2008-2012) Security related training
➢ Barracks and Naval Station compound facility security patrols, and duty messenger.
➢ Received extensive training in proper procedures for watch standing, and General Orders
of a Sentry.
➢ Participated in an extensive and rigorous physical fitness training program during the
entire 17 weeks of training.
➢ Received training in various levels of use of force, weapons conditions, and proper
Continental Auto, Anchorage, AK. (2006-2008) Shipping receiving/ Parts delivery
➢ Processing parts using Pinnacle Program.
➢ Packaging auto parts and shipping to various locations nationwide. ➢ Occasional delivery routes within the city of Anchorage, Alaska.
Nicholas A. Boyles 321 Cook rd
Unit 5303 Manahawkin, NJ Primary number: 763-656-7398 E-mail: Nab8890@outlook.com DOB: 05/08/1990
Looking to obtain a challenging position with a reputable company where I can carry out the most of my Military training. Willing to relocate and travel for a career with advancement opportunity and job security.
Skills and Training:
➢ Skid Steer
➢ Dump Trucks ➢ Excavator
➢ Boom lift
➢ Scissor lift
➢ Small Crane
➢ Fire Trucks
➢ Bucket Trucks ➢ Tree Trucks
➢ Digger Derricks