Brenda Coleman - The Manufacturing Alliance of Philadelphia

4500 Worth Street  Philadelphia, PA 19124  Phone: 215.948-9285 Ext 104 Fax: 215.948-9284 
Email: [email protected]  Web:
James Y. Nash
I am dependable and hard-working, and enjoy working as part of a team, but also
appreciate working independently.
Branch Medical, Eagleville, PA, June 2014 To Present
Maintenance Technician
Responsible for the completion of all maintenance service requests as assigned.
Maintain inventory controls for cost effective operations.
Schedule and complete the "Preventative Maintenance Program".
Assist in monitoring all work being performed by outside contractors.
Performs minor electrical maintenance to include but not be limited to
replacement or repair of fixtures using appropriate hand, power and specialty
Performs minor plumbing maintenance
Allied Tube & Conduit, Philadelphia, PA, 2001-2013
Welder / Mill Operator / General Laborer
Lead position as a TIG welder. Welded coils together keeping the main mill
processing. Some experience as a MIG welder.
Operated the mill that made a 1,000 feet of pipe per minute while performing
quality insurance checks of the manufactured product.
Zinc pot operator – added blocks of zinc to keep the temperatures correct for the
pipe to flow through the mill. Maintained the equipment as well as monitored
temperature gauges and made adjustments as needed.
Managed crew during changeovers of equipment for different size piping.
Performed all maintenance on steel mill, changed bearings and drive shafts and
reconstructed them, changed cut off die when broken. Executed all preventative
maintenance work whenever the mill was down in order to avoid future down
Completed all change overs. Disassemble mill and put back together.
Aldan Rubber Industries, Philadelphia, PA, 1986-2001
Quality Control / Spreader / Head Heater Man / Fabric Control
Supervised as well as performed positions above – managed and lead crew in
troubleshooting and correcting factory quality problems.
Provided production line training, leadership and development of workers.
Evaluated employee efficiency and made corrections as required.
Set blade adjustments on the machine for coating purposes and analyzed cloth
and rubber for problems or defects.
Prepared machinery for shifts; maintained temperature of machines and areas of
production heaters.
4500 Worth Street  Philadelphia, PA 19124  Phone: 215.948-9285 Ext 104 Fax: 215.948-9284 
Email: [email protected]  Web:
Maintenance - Performed all main duties, including changing gears on all
machines, changing drum belts and air lines and bearings, changing and
replacing drive shafts.
Performed preventative maintenance to all machinery in factory
for last five years of employment.
Frankford High School / Swenson Skill School 1979-1982
Coursework: Sheet Metal / Aviation / Maintenance / Blue Print Reading
TIG Welder
OSHA Certified Forklift Operator
Knowledgeable in building and home maintenance and repair, some electrical
work, general plumbing, drywall and framing experience.
Board Member, Leprechaun Sports’ Association, Assistant Football Coach
Scanlon In-House League, Head Coach of Ice Hockey
Referee for Northeast Suburban Athletic Conference