1. DEVIN EARL
14212 Figueras Rd., La Mirada, CA 90638 | C: (760) 207-8304 | DevinLeeEarl@gmail.com
Knowledge Specialist who contributes and leads byutilizingpersonalexpertise and knowledge
to find solutions.Leads by example.
Directive Management- Personal, direct involvement in problem solving, and implementation.
Hard workingElectrician that has a positive commitment to relationships and organizational
goals necessary for advancingin the organization and corporate structure/culture. Dedicated
to and identifies with the corporate initiatives that require significant individualand team
Forward thinking Electrician who sees the tangible, and necessary need to be a part of a
diverse team comprised of the "best thinkers" and the "best communicators" in the industry.
Utilizes abstract information,experience, intuition and knowledge to find fresh and
imaginative solutions. Uses analysis and facts to solve problems.Emphasis on concrete,
Proficient in troubleshooting Digital Advanced workingknowledge of
Lighting ControlSystems WattStopper DigitalLighting
Working Knowledge of DigitalMulti Management systems and best
Meters and other electricaltesting practices
equipment Experience with basic programing
Prepare and read line-wiring and functions using WattStopper LMCS-100
Working knowledge of the 2014 Experience in using BlueBeam Revu
NationalElectricalCode (extreme version) software.
Troubleshoot solid state and Workingknowledge and personal
electromechanicalcontroldevices implementation of "The Birkman
Method" in the workplace.
Lead from the front in creating a "Campus Standard" for lighting controls at BIOLA
University. Each project the university takes on since the implementation of this
standard betterprepares the Universityto be Title-24 compliant and to reach State
Policy Goalof net zero energy by the year 2030 while at the same time qualifyingnew
buildings for higher LEED Certification.
Cornerstone Action Team Member, 2013-2014, BIOLA University
County of Los Angeles Department ofPublic Works Buildingand Safety Certificate of
Registration-Maintenance Electrician: ID# 006-005
Certificate of Completion:Asbestos Operations & Maintenance InitialTrainingfor
EPA/AHERA (TSCA II), FederalOSHA 29 CFR. 1926.1101 and Cal-OSHA Title 8 CCR
1529 Regulations Training. Certificate Number: 214-011-OMI
2. Certificate of Completion: ElectricalSafety for OSHA 1910 and NFPA 70E Course,
January 2014, Emerson Network Power
Certificate of Completion: Troubleshooting- Basic Techniques, 2009, Simutech
Certificate of Completion: Troubleshooting- ControlCircuits, 2009, Simutech
Certificate of Completion: Troubleshooting- Motor Controls, 2009, Simutech
President's Honor Roll, 2008, WyoTech
Perfect Attendance Award,2008, WyoTech
Construction Crew Electrician, T-4 May 2012 to Current
BIOLA University- La Mirada, CA
Worked on fullscale electricalprojects and portions of construction projects that
required minor electricalwork.
Work with outside electricalcontractors and their teams on majorityof projects
throughout various stages of the build.
Plan layout and wire new or remodeled installations accordingto campus standards and
always strive to exceed requirements of the NationalElectricalCode.
Estimate worker hour requirements and materials needed for jobs and inspect
materialbefore and after installation and implementation.
Analyze and resolve workproblems as needed.
Instruct or lead semi-skilled and unskilled assistance as needed.
Building Maintenance Technician, T-3 Jul2011 to May 2012
BIOLA University-La Mirada, CA
Performed wallrepair,including framing, patching, hanging drywall, texturing, and
Troubleshot door problems and repaired door operation including: door positioning and
Inspected and made minor roof repairs.
Pluming work includingstoppages, leaks, and drain repairs.
Electricalmaintenance including, fixture ballast replacements,troubleshootingof
480v/277v lightingsystems, and mass re-lampingof fixtures in buildings throughout
buildings on campus.
Prepared estimates, requisitions and inspected materials.
Analyzed and resolved work problems.
Apprentice Electrician- Electrician Trainee Number: T14234 Jul2009 to Jul2011
Self-Employed - La Mirada, CA
Troubleshooting Residentialelectricalpower and lightingissues.
Replacement ofdamaged devices,and wiring.
Correcting load imbalance issues.
Addingnew branch circuits.
Properly groundingsystems to meet NEC standards.
Calf Buyer/Seller Jan 2004 to Aug 2007
Barry Jones Cattle Company - Denair, CA
Purchased bullcalves from localdairies in the Stanislaus County area to resale at
auction or to calf ranches.
Yard Services Apr 2001 to Sep 2003
United Rentals & Sales - Turlock, CA
3. Processed customer orders and responded to product and service inquiries.
Established and developed customer relationships, increasingrepeat business.
Performed routine maintenance and service on incomingrentalequipment.
Honors Diploma in Electrical Technology, Electrical Technology
WyoTech - Long Beach,CA,United States
NEC/Safety/Hand Tools and Conduit Bending
Residential, Commercialand NEC Requirements
Transformer Principles and Test Equipment
Hazardous Locations and Renewable Energy
Honors Diploma in Industrial Electrical Technology, Electrical Technology
WyoTech -Long Beach,CA,United States
Solid State Controls and IndustrialAutomation
Intro to Photovoltaic Systems
Introduced and cross-sold products and rentals to customer ensuringproject safetyand