Nathan Lee Williams
19 George Street
Self-motivated, adapta...
WFEL (William Fairey Engineering Ltd)
Mechanical Fitter October 2012 – Oct 14
• Maintaining strict health and safety regul...
• Lead instructor providing assistance and as a mentor for new members of staff.
• Working with gantry and vehicle mounted...
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Nathan_Lee_Williams CV mechancial fitter

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  • 1. Nathan Lee Williams 19 George Street Urmston Manchester 07717786840 Profile Self-motivated, adaptable mechanical fitter / supervisor, with experience gained within a mechanical and electrical environment. Proven record of working to tight and flexible deadlines in environments that promote strict health and safety regulations to maintain high production targets. An analytical and organised approach has enabled me to produce high standards of work within specific timescales. Time served working overseas and in demanding situations has enabled me to build relations with co- workers, resulting in an effective and productive working environment. Looking for new challenges and the opportunity to build on skills gained to establish a career as a mechanical fitter. Key skills · Supervising and management skills built whilst Working for Axiom Rail and working with customers and management at all levels · Proven experience working with engineering and wiring diagrams to maintain a wide variety of military vehicles and machinery. · Working for the army has given me the opportunity to demonstrate fault diagnosis and implement preventative maintenance skills. · Working for Avenir and Stanguide involved using computer skills with different software such as data bases, Excel Word and email to produce reports, document completed work and update control systems. · Excellent communication skills developed working within the Army and the training environment enabling me to provide new ideas to maintain high levels of production · Experience in PPM, Basic electrical fault finding, mechanical fault finding, and mechanical fitting. Team leading, supervising. Career History Axiom Rail Team leader and promoted to North West Area Supervisor Oct 14 – present  Area supervisor managing the ppm of six out stations  Management of PMM schedules  Management of 30 staff. Holidays absences, conduct return to work interviews.  Responsible for health and safety and ppe of all 6 out stations  Professional customer relations  Ordering of materials and authorising payments  Dealing with customers and management at all levels  Responsible for the security of the premises  Compiling weekly staff rosters to meet company targets
  • 2. WFEL (William Fairey Engineering Ltd) Mechanical Fitter October 2012 – Oct 14 • Maintaining strict health and safety regulations • Tapping / Drilling / Grinding / dressing / measuring/ fault finding • Working individually to maintain production • Using engineer drawings and correctly maintaining and producing fittings • Electrical wiring and commissioning • Fitting of electrical systems • Fitting of hydraulic hoses / pipes and cylinders • Driving HGVs and using cranes • Building and testing bridging systems • Moving, strapping and slinging loads • Working with design teams to build an effective bridging system • Recording production and maintenance times to enable correct billing for clients • Fitting of light and heavy machinery Standguide July 12 – October 12 Training Instructor • Delivering group meeting for up to 20 adult job seekers. • Prioritising workloads to ensure service levels agreements and KPI’s were met • Working alongside company managers and staff at all centres • Responsible for managing resources, equipment and placing orders. • Responsible for conducting risk assessments at each centre • Working with customers to develop professional CV’s and providing feedback. • Identifying customers strengths to design high quality customer CV’s • Arrange and deliver one to one sessions with customers • Working individually out of office in local job centres • Attending meetings with Line manager. • Recording all information and loading on to main computer in line with data protection. • Use of personal encrypted software to maintain upmost privacy including company laptops and mobile phone. Avenir Training June 2011 – July 2012 Physical Training Instructor Managing students workloads, identifying problem areas and performance managing. • Managing task timescales to create effective training sessions. • Deliver Appraisals to students and provide feedback. • Actively working with HR on recruitment and selection of team members • Teaching ASDAN qualifications to Further Education students in a classroom environment. • Complete one to one reviews with students to monitor their progress, provide feedback and set objectives to help them to improve their performance. • Manage a section of students over a 14 week period to help them develop their interpersonal skills, fitness, discipline and teamwork. • Designing of a 14 week program and lesson plan to contribute to the improvement of student’s attitude towards fitness and work. • Create SMART targets for all students to achieve on a 4 weekly basis. • Make sure all work completed by the students is correct along with the guidelines set by the awarding body. • Working in a 2 man team, delivering physical training sessions to groups of up to 50 students. • Delivering training sessions, such as battle PT, log runs, gun runs, steady state runs and circuits.
  • 3. • Lead instructor providing assistance and as a mentor for new members of staff. • Working with gantry and vehicle mounted cranes British Army March 2006 – November 2010 Vehicle mechanical fitter • Examine the daily task board and plan my tasks in order of urgency. • Provide assistance to any breakdown or unscheduled tasks as they arose. • Provide electrical installation and securing of cables. • Demonstrate engineering discipline by maintaining a clean and tidy environment. • Maintenance and servicing of a variety of military vehicles and equipment. • Performed diagnostic tests. • Ensure health and safety procedures are adhered to at all times including ensuring all earth straps were fitted. • Performed PDIs on completed equipment. • Fault finding on mechanical and electrical systems. • Working with engineering drawings to build new items ready to be fitted to the equipment. • Use of micrometer, vernier callipers and torque wrenches to maintain high levels of accuracy. • Working to tight deadlines to restore vehicles ready to be deployed to Afghanistan. • Able to maintain focus for long periods of time and successfully deliver to high standards. • Worked all over the world in diverse climates such as Canada and Iraq. • Working in teams to maintain high level targets. • Mentor new soldiers and ensured the work is always executed in a timely fashion and to save time and cost. • Use of standing desktop drilling, grinding, hydraulic press and guillotine machines to create new parts for vehicles • Use of hand tools such as air tools and electrical hand tools and also drills and ratchets. • Build and maintain new parts of equipment by use of spanners, bolts, rivets and screws. • Attended training courses back in the UK to further develop my knowledge. Qualification and Training Working at heights 2014 Vehicle loaded crane 2014 NVQ Level 2 English 2012 PTTLs 2011 Level 3 Personal Trainer 2010 FLT Counter Balance 2010 NVQ in Engineering 2008 Full C&E driving licence 2008 Full B class driving licence 2003 GCSE Maths, Science, Geography 2002

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