Scott Geoffrey Trosky
E-MAIL SCOTT@SCOTTTROSKY.COM


OBJECTIVE
Use my expertise based on the skills and knowledge that I have gained studying and working in the metal fabrication field to thoroughly complete tasks required for the project.

CERTIFICATIONS
American Welding Society
Certified Welding Inspector
American Welding Society / Non Destructive Testing Group, Aliquippa PA
Welding Certification
 Certified in accordance with the requirements
- ASME Section IX SMAW
- ANSI / AWS D1.1-2006 Structural Welding Code Steel and AWS D1.5 – 2002 Bridge Welding Code. SMAW / FCAW

WORK EXPERIENCE
HRV Conformance Moon Twp, PA
CWI / QA June 2014 – Present
 Perform visual inspections of welds in accordance with the required code or specification
 Monitor welding
 Witness welding tests
 Verify documentation of work being completed
 Report information found daily


Northern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center New Kensington, PA
Welding Instructor August 2013 – June 2015
 Teach welding theory and operation
 Build curriculum based in current welding practices
 Keep well documented records of students activities
 Certify students to AWS SENSE Level 1 certification
 Assist students in becoming employed once proficient in welding tasks
 Order and track materials and supplies
 Maintain shop equipment

Lenape Area Vocational Technical School Ford City, PA
Welding Instructor/ Adult Ed February 2015– May 2015

Teach welding theory and operation
 Build curriculum based in current welding practice

 

American Bridge Manufacturing Coroapolis, PA
CWI / QC August 2012 – August 2013
 Perform visual inspections of welds in accordance with the required code or specification
 Magnetic Particle test parts
 Check fit and layout of parts according to blueprints
 Monitor welding
 Witness welding tests
 Record inspections
 Create and organize inspection sheets
 Track and record material heat numbers

 

Kutz Fabrication Inc. McKees Rocks, PA
Welder/Fitter April 2007 – August 2012
 Assist in the fabrication of pipe racks, process piping, industrial duct, conveyers, platforms, heavy machinery attachments, etc.
 GTAW, GMAW, and FCAW weld steel, stainless, and aluminum items
 Fit and/or assemble items from blueprints
 Run drill presses, saws, hole punch, break presses, forming rolls, overhead cranes, engine lathes and forklift
 Prepare and paint structures

 

EDUCATION
Community College of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh PA
Associate of Science, Welding Technology / Certificate
Theory and training:  Shielded Metal-Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal-Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Oxyacetylene Welding (OAW), Oxyacetylene Cutting (OAC), Braze Welding, Brazing.
 Reading, understanding, and drawing of blueprints for the metal fabrication industry.  Safety procedures for the welding industry.