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Curriculum Vitae Mobile: +27 82 374 0190 Email address 1: [email protected] Email address 2: [email protected] RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Unit 47, 5 Valley view drive, Redcliffe, Verulam, KwaZulu Natal , South Africa

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Curriculum Vitae

Mobile: +27 82 374 0190

Email address 1: [email protected]

Email address 2: [email protected]

RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: Unit 47, 5 Valley view drive, Redcliffe, Verulam, KwaZulu Natal , South Africa POSTAL ADDRESS: P. O. Box 1306, Verulam, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

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Personal Details

Nationality: South African Date of Birth: 15-11-1965 S.A. Identity Number: 651115 5135 08 0S.A. Passport Number: 434775569

Employment History

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power System Permanent PositionEskom – Kusile Power Station ProjectThe project entails the building of 6 x 780 MW Coal Fired Super Critical Boiler for the coal fired Kusile Power Station to be erected at the Kusile Site at Mpumalanga ,Witbank, South Africa. Material Handling & Control ManagerLogistics DepartmentMay 2010 to Present Goss & Balfe EngineeringContract PositionSapref – Fluor Multi Projects and Maintenance Shutdowns Materials ControllerJan 2007 – April 2010

SAPREF Contract PositionSapref 2006 TurnaroundAssistant Shutdown Leader – MaterialsJan 2006 - Dec 2006

Fluor S.A.Contract PositionSAPREF - LION ProjectLarge increase in octane number (Lion) project at the Sapref crude-oil refinery in Durban .The Lion project, also known as the cleaner fuels project, involves Shell SA Energy and BP South African Petroleum Refineries (Sapref) embarking on a project to produce only unleaded petrol and lower-sulphur petrol and diesel in accordance with the new fuel specifications from government. The project entails building a new plant and modifying existing plants to increase the octane generated from its petrol components and to further desulphurise diesel components. Sapref has chosen not to use additives in its petrol as a substitute for lead (an octane booster), but will increase the refinery’s capacity to generate more octane from petrol components. Value R700-million.Material Handling March 2004 - November 2005

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Murray & Roberts / FluorContract PositionSapref SRU4 / Scott Project - Sulphur Recovery UnitMaterial HandlingFeb 2002 - November 2003

Goss & Balfe EngineeringContract PositionDow Agrosciences – Hyperchem Canelands Revamp May 1999 - October 2001Material Handler

Sanachem - CanelandsPermanent PositionChemical Manufacturing IndustryProcess ControllerApril 1990 – March 1998Retrenched

Fluor S.AContract PositionSASOL – Polypropylene 1 ProjectFeb 1989 – Nov. 1989Payroll Clerk

Educational Qualifications

MOUNTVIEW SECONDARY SCHOOL Grade 12 ( Matric ) 1985 UNISA Course: Programme in Purchasing and Supply Management - NQF Level 06Modules Status Year Storage and Inventory Management Passed (70%) Nov 2011Enterprise Management Passed (67%) Nov 2011Purchasing and Supply Management Passed (80%) June 2012Legal Aspects in Purchasing Passed (50%) June 2012Purchasing and Supply Tools Passed (70%) June 2012

SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF WELDING ( S.A.I.W )Welding and Fabrication Inspector Level One Passed Dec 2013

NOSA

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Health & Safety Representative

Summary of Experience

1. Managing of warehouse and laydown areas & material handling equipment.2. Managing of material controllers, store men and assistants.3. Compiling of progress reports on bagging and tagging of BOMs and material status.4. Processing O.I.s and reviewing of all BOM issues made to contractors.5. Addressing of priority listings and non-available materials.6. Receiving of electrical equipment and fittings, instrumentation and mechanical piping and fittings.7. Physical inspection of material for damages before offloading.8. Conducting of “Open Box Inspections”.9. Detail check against the packing lists to ensure that receipts are in accordance with the accompanying

documents.10. Inspection of heat numbers, item codes, quantities, sizes, etc., as per purchase order.11. Compiling of daily receiving register and reports eg. Damages to material, crates and boxes.12. Segregation of material as per material commodities.13. Storing material in designated locations & ensuring correct preservation .14. Ensuring weather protection for sensitive items stored outdoors to prevent damage, deterioration and

contamination.15. Storage of hazardous materials as per Material Safety Data Sheets.16. Recording of equipment and materials preservation inspections.17. Completing of checklist for receiving, storage and issuing.18. Issuing of material as requested by construction – erection and fabrication crews via picking tickets,

order to issue(OI), bills of material ( BOMs) as per drawings19. Bagging and tagging as per picking tickets, BOMs or O.I.s20. Document control of material and equipment issued.21. Listing of all non – available material and follow up with respective issues as they arrive and all

material returns from construction team.22. Transfer of materials and spare parts to the Client.23. Coordinating periodic stock take (cycle counting)

References:

Rodney Hinds – HPA Site Manager@Kusile (060 961 1642)

R Govender – Fluor Stores Manager ( 073 169 1100)

K. Pillay - Goss&Balfe HR Manager ( 083 779 1121 )

G. Seete - HPA HR Manager @ Kusile ( 082 374 0275 )

Gavin Titus - Goss&Balfe Site Manager ( 079 499 6387 )

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