Matt Brittain email@example.com 07957147255 30 Barker Round Way, Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 2DN ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Personal Statement A varied and chal enging career has resulted in a broad range of transferable skil s and knowledge. Solving problems by using previous experience along with forward thinking. Self confident person, enabling to advise on how to achieve targets desired by planning, preparing and reporting using excel ent communication skil s, both written and verbal y. Then assisting in carrying out the task with a positive attitude amongst the team, motivating and delegating where needed. This is supported by a strong history of teaching, mentoring and coaching. An ambitious and confident individual that wants to succeed in every eventuality. Professional Qualifications and Career Development BTEC Advanced Award in Managing Passive Optical Networks & Air Blown Fibre Systems (Level 3) BTEC Advanced Award in Access Networks Systems (Level 3) City & Guilds 3666-02 Unit 1 – Basic Principles of Communications Cabling City & Guilds 3666-02 Unit 2 – Fibre Optic Cabling in an Internal Environment City & Guilds 3666-02 Unit 3 – Fibre Optic Cabling in an External Environment City & Guilds 3666-02 Unit 4 – Copper Cabling in an Internal Environment City & Guilds 6156 Unit 2 New RASWA (Signing, Lighting and Guarding) Water Jetting Association Safety Awareness Course Level 2 award in Food safety for Manufacturing. BTEC Level 4, Certificate of teaching in the lifelong sector Certificate In Information Technology (Telecommunications) SWQR Card Holder PAT Tester 8 GCSE Grade C & 2 GSCE Grade D (Maths, English, Science (Grade C)) BOWMAN Signals Systems User Defence Instructional Trainer CRB Check (Enhanced) Instructional, Train the Trainer Ful UK Driving Licence B & B+E Future funding available to a sum of £4000, using enhanced learning credits to support courses which may be beneficial to the company. Career History Nestlé Process Operator, Spray Dry Process – (June 15 – Present) This position assists in wet cel area within the plant while maintaining efficient production processes according to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and to meet customer specifications. Operate production equipment under the supervision of the process shift manager Monitor product volume, temperatures, times, and pressure readings. Connect pipes and hoses. Adjust valves and operate pumps. Monitor gauges and record information as needed.
Monitor gauges, take solids readings and clean outside of al equipment using chemicals (caustics, acids, and hot water). Pump product, connect pipes, operate electrical pumps and clean equipment using chemicals (caustics, acids, sanitizers, and hot water). Operate pal et jack. Fil silos and tanks with product. Take samples and clean tanker and related equipment. When necessary, sample product in accordance with established sanitary methods and procedures. Assists maintenance with repairing/replacing valves and pumps throughout the plant. Cleans equipment/machinery and al parts of the plant using high pressure spray, brooms, scrapers which may involve the use of enzymes, caustics, acids, sanitizers and hot water. Jaguar Land Rover Productive Operative - (Sept 14 – April 15) A production operative working in a face paced environment on an assembly line in the automotive industry. Work on a moving track in a fast-paced and often physical y demanding manufacturing environment. Ability to perform repetitive tasks consistently, punctual and reliable, showing a high level of attention to detail Looking for ways to improve process using Six Sigma. Work in conjunction with health and safety regulations. Communicate wel within the team to make sure al production requirements are met. Look for ways to improve and develop production using the Kaizen approach. Working with 5S. British Army Phase One Instructor – Army Foundation College Harrogate (Aug 12 – Present) A Phase One instructor is responsible for a total of a 12-man section in a platoon total ing 54 people. He works under the command of the platoon commander and is in charge of both administering and supervising his subordinates. Responsible for individual training 12 recruits in the basics of soldiering using both classroom and field based lessons, sometimes instructing up to 42 trainees. Providing administrative support to 12 men on a daily basis to ensure that they can carry out training with the minimum of distraction. Delivering training on weapon systems, tactics and the threat of chemical, biological, nuclear and radiological warfare to make sure in the near future their lives are not at risk. Monitoring and reporting of the recruits; using goal setting techniques to formulate a plan to achieve them. Responsible for the planning and execution of exercises. Assessed and conducted reports to ensure training objectives have been met to the standard required and advised on any individual and collective training deficits
Fire Support Team (Jan 07 – July 12) A Fire support team consists of 6 people and is attached to infantry units to provide the coordination of artil ery, air and aviation ordinance. They also play a big part in the planning and targeting of enemy persons and locations. The operations room is set up assisted by the FST as it where al communications and video links go to for overal command. Gunner (Private) – Responsible for maintaining and operating a secure radio to communicate with the rest of the battlefield. On deployment to Iraq on OP TELIC 13, a vital role was played in protecting the Iraqi Police on the Iraq/Iran border. Lance Bombardier (Lance Corporal) – Setting up of radio equipment and telecommunications masts to enable communications to other units in order to provide quick and reliable information. Other responsibilities included ensuring high standards were met by the junior ranks and the supervision of delegated jobs. Bombardier (Corporal) - Responsible for the coordination of Offensive Fire Support throughout a battlefield whilst on deployment in Afghanistan on OP HERRICK 15. Conducting patrols, maintaining the discipline and general administration of a team. Working to people in high command providing reports on possible enemy targets and the co-ordination of destroying them. Interests Take a keen interest in keeping fit and healthy and watching/participating in team and individual sports. I like to spend spare time travel ing around the country and world to see live musicians.