1. PERSONAL PROFILE – Neil Chadwick
23 Fortesque Loop, Heathridge WA 6027
Ph: (08) 9307 9272 Mobile: 0410 494 110
Date of Birth 12th April, 1959
Marital Status Married 2 Children
SUMMARY OF EDUCATION
Mt Lawley Senior High School 1973
Wembley Technical College 1974
5yr Theoretical & Practical Course
Certificate – Welder 1st Class of Boilermaker Trade
W.A. Drivers license, Class A,K,C.
Bridge & Gantry Crane (1989)
Certificate of Competency Crane License. Classes: DG, CB, CV, CN & C6.
CERTIFICATES & QUALIFICATIONS
VOC for BHP for Dogman and EWP (2009)
VOC for BHP (2008)
Pilbara Iron Induction (2008)
Lock in – Lock out
Working at heights
Health & Safety
Computer Course (Excel 97, Beginners) (2001)
Computer Course (Excel 97, Part 2)
Poly Pipe Butt Welding Course (2000)
Huet Helicopter Survival Course (1998)
Welding Certificate 7 (1998)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
Carbon Steel Pipe
Bechtel Leadership Workshop (1998)
Chicago Bridge Iron Company, Supervisor Development Program (1996)
Chicago Bridge Iron Company, National Safety Council Accident Prevention Course
Health & Safety Representatives Course (1990)
2. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
February 2016 – May 2016 MRL Bibra Lake & Kwinana
Boiler making at PIHA Kwinana with construction of Glycol heater, lagging &
sheeting. General fabrication duties working with colour bond and lagging materials.
Supervision of relocation of MRL equipment (lathes, bending presses and stock) from
Landsdale to Bibra Lake premises.
December 2015 – February 2016 CSI Kwinana
Working in conjunction with Workshop Manger with the implementation of website
for all CSI, MRL & PIHA equipment for disposal.
Duties included photographing and documenting the vast holdings of spare parts
and equipment accumulated for disposal via website.
May 2015 – December 215 CSI Batam Indonesia
Supervisor for Indonesia to organise shipment of crusher components to Perth,
clean-up and minimisation of storage area in holding yard.
Duties included hiring local crew and equipment, blasting and painting of crusher
Working in conjunction with shipping agent for transport and loading of components
from yard to ship.
December 2014 – Jan 2015 Mineral Services
Supervisor at Kwinana Workshop assisting management with clean-up of scrap metal
and crushing components for disposal or retainment.
Juy 2014 PIHA
Supervise dismantling of Spiral Steel Mill and transport to Kwinana Workshop
Address ustilising a crew of Boilermakers and Labourers to dismantle various
components of machine and reinstall at PCUS.
July 2013 CSI
Supervisor at Kwinana Workshop overseeing the cleaning up of storage yard.
Utilising small crew of riggers, boilermakers & crane drivers organised removal of
scrap metal and co-ordinating transport of machinery to workshop.
3. March 2013
Supervisor, took delivery of cargo from Indonesia. Set up yard to start dismantling
crushers to be sent back to Australia.
May 2012 CSI
Supervisor at Bouganville to extract 21 7’ heavy duty cone crushers, 2 Omni cone
crushers, 3 Jaw crushers, utilising local people as work crew. Removed and
transported crushers to wharf and prepared them for transport to Indonesia by ship.
December 2011 – May 2012 CSI
Senior Site Supervisor/Relief Superintendent, Construction and commissioning of
upgrade at port load out facility, control of permits and other relevant
documentation. Kwinana Port Facility.
September 2010 – December 2011 LAING O’ROURKE
Relief Supervisor, Working as Boilermaker, Welder on the Worsley E&G Project
May 2009 – September 2010 RANDGOLD AFRICA
Welding Supervisor/Assistant Superintendent, running of piping crews for prefab and
installation of piping for gold mine in Africa.
January 2009 – March 2010 MACMAHON LEIGHTON JOINT VENTURE
Working as Welder, Boilermaker on RGP5 Rail Project Port Hedland.
August 2008 – December 2008 JOHN HOLLAND
Working as a welder on the Yule River Project for BHP utilizing stick and inner shield
welding processes. Also currently working at the Newman Hub Expansion Project
utilising the above weld process.
February 2008 – June 2008 SAUNDERS INTERNATIONAL
Olympic Dam South Australia. Construction of 3 acid tanks utilising the AGW Stick
and Inner Shield Welding Process.
July 2006 – February 2008 BRADKEN ENGINEERING
Working as a welder manufacturing various mining equipment, i.e. New buckets and
refurbishing older ones with new wear packages, utilising flux core, stick and arc air
4. May 2006 – June 2006 YANDI (FIFO) POSITRON ELECTRONICS
Working as a Boilermaker installing electrical cable trays. Various brackets on the
Pilbara Iron Yandi upgrades.
Nov 2005 – April 2006 NIFTY COPPER (FIFO) – TAD RECRUITING
Working as a welder installing new process plant. Utilising Tig stick and inner shield
August 2005 – Nov 2005 STRUCTURAL MARINE – HENDERSON
Working as a welder utilising the FCAW and CDT welding processes, welding M/S, S/S
pipe and plate.
July 2004 – August 2005 P & H MINE PRO SERVICES
Worked as a welder utilising the FCAW weld process on Dragline Parts, Dippers,
Dump truck bodies and various other bits and pieces associated with the P & H
Aug 2003 – July 2004 AUSKI/IMAGEN ENGINEERS – VAROUS PLACES
Worked as a casual welder, repairing buckets for Leighton’s. Working as a contract
welder for JFK Engineering through Imagen Engineers. Welding on bucket wheels, for
Krupp and Voest Alpine, BHP also general fabrication.
February 2003 STRUCTURAL MARINE – HENDERSON
Worked as a welder in the fabrication of two steel hulled tug boats, utilising the
FCAW and CDT welding process, welding M/S, S/S pipe and plate.
Aug 2001 – Feb 2003 ABESQUE ENGINEERING – KEWDALE
Working as a causal welder, specialising in tank, pipe spools, and general mine site
hoppers and crusher’s chutes utilising MIG, Flux Core, Stick welding process.
March 2001 – July 2001 UNITED CONSTRUCTION – KWINANA
Coded welder involved in the fabrication of the re claimer and car bumper for the
West Angelese Project, utilising Flux Core and Stick welding process.
March 2001 JOHNS ENGINEERING – KEWDALE
Welding of loader buckets and water tanks, utilising the Flux Core process.
Dec 2000 – Jan 2001 SUPERSTRUCT ENGINEERING – GNANGARA
5. Employed as a welder, welding all manner of structural steel utilising FCAW MIG and
Oct 2000 – Dec 2000 HARCOURT INDUSTRIES – BASSENDEAN
Casual welder working on different construction sites around Perth, fabricating and
erecting structural steel.
April 2000 – Oct 2000 CBI PTY LTD – SPAIN
Recruited as a weld foreman to oversee, operate and instruct in the use of AGW
weld machines as well as all other welding duties.
Jan 2000 – March 2000 ABESQUE ENGINEERING – WELSHPOOL
Worked as a casual welder specialising in tank, pipe spools, and general mine site
hoppers and crushers chutes utilising MIG and FAW weld process.
David De Jager
Branch Manager CSI Kwinana
0447 414 650
Executive General Manager PIHA
Phone Number on Request
Workshop Manager CSI Kwinana
0409 375 115
Workshop Manager PIHA Kwinana
0418 923 545
6. To whom it may concern
A successful career to date in the Australian mining and construction industry, as well as the
experience of working abroad has myself well positioned to grasp a new career opportunity.
As you can see by my CV, I have been working as a relief and full time supervisor for the last
5 years in the above industry.
Bar the 5 years of supervisory leadership recently, my trade qualifications, broad skill set
and on the job experience has allowed me consistent employment, a high degree of project
success, and also importantly personal career satisfaction to date.
I am open to all employment opportunities that may be available at this time. Learning via
new opportunities in the workplace is a challenge I would embrace.