(208)360-5110 141 South Oakley Dubois, Id. 83423

(208)360-5110 141 South Oakley Dubois, Id. 83423

James McCulley

(208)360-5110 141 South Oakley Dubois, Id. 83423

OBJECTIVE: Seeking a position as a Heavy Equipment Operator.


Motivated, dependable individual who enjoys challenges and continually set goals for myself and strive to achieve them. I am very safety conscious for myself as well as my co-workers always, fast learning, reliable and trustworthy.


NCCER Credentials and Heavy Equipment Operator & Flagger’s Certification

West Coast Training Woodland WA (800) 755-5477 ***Military Preference***


Experienced in the safe operation of the Dozer, Front End Loader, Scraper, Grader, Backhoe/Trackhoe and cut or fill to grade specifications. Properly check fluid levels, locate and lubricate grease fittings; check hoses, belts, lines, tires, and tracks.


Reading blueprints and plans to specifications andcalculate horizontal, vertical and grade rate measurement; grade rod, slope stakes, volume. Set and check grade on construction projects.


Safely inspect, pre-start operations, and shut down procedures of heavy equipment. Position all equipment and operate safely with other crewmembers.


Understand technical language and reference terms used in the construction industry.


7/2015-8/2016Parkwood Manor Mobile Home Park Equipment Operator Oak Harbor, WA

Clear and level land for parking area using D-6 Dozer, backhoe and excavator. I also operated a skid steer with a brush hog attachment. Operated excavator and backhoe to did a 300’ trench for water and electrical.

5/2010-6/2010US Census Department Enumerator Oak Harbor, WA

Door to door completing US Census forms.

10/2008-5/2010 US Navy Reserves Equipment Operator Everett, WA

Operate equipment and train subordinates in military training and safe operation of heavy equipment.

11/2008-10/2009Jennings Yachts Boat Builder Anacortes, WA

Assembled and disassembled boat hulls and decks to make molds for production of twin hull catamarans. Used various hand, power and air operated tools in the fabrication of all types of vessel components.

01/1999-09/2008US Navy Aviation Structural Mechanic Oak Harbor, WA

Work on aircraft air conditioning, pressurization, oxygen, fire separation and ejection systems. Troubleshoot systems for proper operation, remove and replace defective parts. Service oxygen systems, both liquid and gaseous systems, on aircraft for flight. Perform daily inspections to insure aircraft are safe for flight as well as insure all paperwork is done properly. Train and supervise personal and perform inspections to insure parts replaced were installed correctly. Safety adviser and quality assurance representative when performing work with explosive cartridges for fire separation and ejection systems.