Created a new in-house advertising & marketing firm to boost sales and generate social & traditional media “buzz” for Trinity Electric. Offered area small businesses a wide range of marketing solutions including Custom Jingles, Landing Pages, and Online Advertising. Built a production studio, hired and trained staff, contracted with talent, developed intellectual property, and managed business.
Founded & launched a successful residential and light commercial HVAC and electrical services firm serving Greater New Orleans. As a Master Electrical & Mechanical Contractor and Louisiana State-Licensed Contractor, skilled in NEC, Codes & HVAC technologies.
Manage office by implementing systems, policies, and procedures for customer relationship management and operational excellence. Oversee dispatching and qualifying of customer calls to close sales and offer add-ons.
Utilize industry-specific software, as well as QuickBooks, ESC, CKS, NSPG, and MS Office, and customized spreadsheets. Customized and developed new Service Call Procedures & Systems that dramatically increased close ratio on sales and service.
Operated on an independent basis as a maintenance electrical contractor with a State Commercial Electrical License for a number of business and restaurant owners, including Subway, Danny & Clydes, Golden Corral, and area General Contractors.
Additionally performed residential electrical work, wiring and electrical work for new construction, and service PNL upgrades. Served as residential electrician for realty companies including Linda Jones Realty Team and Keller Williams Realty, bringing houses up to code for sale.
Member of Better Business Bureau and National Fire Protection Association.
Worked in close coordination with General Contractors for all types f commercial and residential electrical work.
Duties primarily consisted of commercial work in the Pan Am building, industrial work within the Mobil Oil Refinery, and other commercial and industrial projects as assigned.
Performed various electrical duties as electrician in an industrial oilfield environment. Observed strict safety requirements, coordinated with superintendents and other crafts, and maintained tools and equipment in good working order.
Initially hired as electrical helper at entry-level wages and promoted to electrician position due to increased skills, work performance, and attitude. Duties included pipe bending, conduit installation, troubleshooting, motor controls, circuit breakers, receptacles, and a range of related duties in maritime and industrial environments.
Performed all standard electric installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting tasks, familiar with standard color codes, knowledgeable in use of all standard electric and hand tools. Traveled to various job sites as assigned.
National Electrical Contractors Association (N.E.C.A.) Training
Significant Changes, 2002 / N.E.C.
Significant Changes, 1999 / N.E.C.
Applied Codeology, Motor Controls & Code Calculations
OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry
30-Hour OSHA New Orleans Safety Education Plan (NOESEP)
Grounding, Amperage Correction Factors, Voltage Drop & Motors