Resume samples are a dime a dozen on the Internet, but not all are what one needs.
You need to be able to figure out which one suits you best.
The format that you choose will eventually decide if your resume will be successful.
The following one can be used:
Stone Mason Resume Sample
708 Persimmon Tree Road, Lexington, SC 29078
gregjac @ email . com
Physically strong, insightful, and dedicated Mason with extensive experience in building stone structures such as piers, walls and abutments. Skilled in using a wide variety of equipment and tools to ensure appropriate installation of stone structures.
• Demonstrated expertise in drilling and repairing ornamental stone and marble surfaces, by using blowtorches, and mastics
• Competent in calculating angles and courses, and determining vertical and horizontal alignment of courses
• Qualified to measure difference from reference points, and marking guidelines to lay out work plans
• Proven ability to break and cut stones, marble, tiles, and blocks to size, using trowels and power saws
|? Measurements||? Repair and Maintenance||? Shaping and Cutting|
|? Spots Smoothing||? Power Tools Use||? Composition Mixtures|
|? Points Marking||? Setting Preparation||? Mixture Aggregation|
|? Stone Setting||? Units Installment||? Finishing|
? Simultaneously led 5 masonry projects at one time, bringing all of them to fruition within the provided timelines
? Introduced a novel measurements system, which proved to be 65% more accurate than the one being used for over 10 years.
? Trained 13 apprentices in handling stone masonry work, as part of their induction procedure.
? Implemented a tools maintenance system, resulting in decreased incidents of tools breakdown.
Walton Masonry, Lexington, SC | 12/2010 – Present
• Use straight edges, rulers and staked lines to lay out wall patterns and foundations
• Mark reference points on construction materials, and shape, trim and cut marble and stone preparatory to setting
• Set both vertical and horizontal alignment of structures, by using plumb bobs, gauge lines, and levels
• Create mixtures of mortars or grout, and pour or spread it on marble slabs and stones
• Remove wedges, fill joints between stones, and perform finishing work using trowels and other tools
• Ascertain that excess mortar is properly cleaned from the surface of the stone, by using sponges and brushes
• Set stone and marble in place, and lay bricks to build shells of chimneys and smokestacks
• Repair cracked or chipped areas of stone or marble, and cut tiles and stones according to set instructions
ABC Imaging, Lexington, SC | 2/2004 – 12/2010
• Prepared work areas for stone masonry work, by clearing away debris and hazardous materials
• Ascertained that all materials such as grout and mortar were readily available
• Drilled holes in marble slabs and ornamental stones, and repaired cracked or chipped areas
• Assisted in constructing and installing prefabricated masonry units
• Positioned molds along guidelines of walls, pressed molds in place, and removed old molds and paper from walls
Lexington High School, Lexington, SC – 2009
High School Diploma