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James L Duke Jr
James L Duke Jr
06:05 May-08-2002
Re: NDT and Inspection Jobs
James L. Duke, Jr.
14394 South Elm Avenue
Glenpool, Oklahoma 74033
(918) 322-5642 home

Hello, my name is James L. Duke, Jr. I have completed the Master Welder Program and graduated as of late September, 2001 with an Associates Degree in Welding Technology, which covers Quality Control/Quality Assurance and Weld Inspection.
I would be very grateful if you would take a few moments to view my resume. I am confident with my welding experience, training, and technical aptitude. I would be an asset in your company as an entry-level NDT/weld inspector.
I would appreciate the opportunity for a personal interview and will make myself available at your convenience. Thank you for your time, and I look forward to meeting you soon.


James L. Duke, Jr.

14394 South Elm Avenue
Glenpool, Oklahoma 74033

Phone (918) 322-5642
E-mail: djimnred@msn.com

James L. Duke, Jr.

Objective To obtain an entry-level position as a QC/NDT welding inspector

Education Central High School Macon, GA Graduated 1991
Tulsa Welding School Tulsa, OK
Welding Course July, 2000- Feb., 2001
Weld Inspection Course Feb., 2001- Sept., 2001

Work Experience Philip Services December, 2001 – present
Sand Springs, OK
Weld Inspector

Tank Consultants Mechanical Services September, 2000 – December, 2001
Tulsa, OK
Shop Maintenance

Maintenance Specialist Jan., 1997 – Sept., 2000
Tulsa, OK
Foreman, welder

Bay Tank June, 1996 – Jan., 1997
Tulsa, OK

Atwood’s Apr., 1995 – June, 1996
Sapulpa, OK
Tire repair and sales

Certifications and Magnetic Particle Level II certification (Tank Consultants)
Liquid Dye Penetrant Level II certification (Tank Consultants)

Powered Industrial Truck Operator Training certification (OSHA approved)

Associate of Occupational Studies in Welding Technology

Military U.S. Army Aug., 1991 – Dec., 1994

Oklahoma National Guard Apr., 1995 – Jan., 2000

Ehsan Fatemi
Ehsan Fatemi
07:36 Dec-22-2002
Re: NDT and Inspection Jobs

: Submit your resume!
: Find Jobs!=i am N.D.T.inspectionform IRAN with 12 years experience on various projects .i have level II (UT)PCN &RT& RTI &MT&PT (ASNT)alreadyiam busy on offshore platform.
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