Sunday, July 16, 2017

Nicholas Johnson's CV 2019'

Since the COVID 19 pandemic, I've gone Green.

I build & sell these bikes, it's simply my turn.

Puerto Rico, Florida, Nicaragua & Cambodia



Nicholas Johnson
Objective - To obtain employment that keeps me engaged in my directives. I go to work to work, if the pace slows, add to my punch list. I don’t go to work to chit chat with coworkers. 

I have successfully had a great deal of lateral training and experience within the electrical industry and culinary arts via 11 countries and over 50 cities and states.

2001 - Current
Niko’s Toy Box & The Dancing Avacado Kitchen
Complete ownership and responsibility to assume high, medium and low voltage contracts. Asses conflicts and convey the results directly to the owner. Fix, repair and or replace standing equipment. All installs are designed with 80% future expansion in mind. Build redundancy within systems via NEC / TIA codes & better means and practices. Create as-built prints. Build websites setting new email accounts with an associated blog. All endeavors are turn-key. 
 At the Dancing Avacodo Kitchen, I'm primarily "prep" but that branches over into assembly. I'm new to the Vegan & Vegetarian world but I must admit that some of the foods are quite pleasant.
 Stop by and say, "Niko invited me".

"Niko's Toy Box" primarily building websites and blogs plus SEO services.

Sep 2013 - 2014
General Contractor

Complete restoration of a 1941 48' Chris Craft Flush Deck - electrical, fiberglass, hull, decks, navigation & electronics, diesel engine rebuild, install solar power, revamp bilge system, fabricate mechanical parts, create as built prints via Visioetc.

Jan 2014 - Sep 14' Dental Gallery Prosthetics Lab Titusville . FL
Dental Lab Equipment Technician

Assess and repair dental lab equipment - Alvacor, compressors, wiring harnesses, low voltage applications, vehicles (replace front end on one), repair master dental tech's boat, create advertising tools, too much to list.

06’ - 07’ IBM via Grubb & Ellis Gaithersburg,  MD
Stationary Electrical Engineer Class III

Monitor and maintain - High voltage room from 69K KV field - Sub station - Paralleling switch gear - UPS & battery rooms - PDU’s / CACU’s - CDU’s - Liebert cooling system (CRAC’s) -DDC system (monitor only) - Generators - create liquid tight circuits within the NOC using pin sleeve devices / HVAC monitor & maintain - Chillers - Condensers - Cooling towers (belt driven) - Pumps - Control wire / line power - Air Handlers -ADR / ADS - VAV’s / FPVAV’s - Boilers and all associated devices. Working knowledge of PLC and its software environment & interfaces.

Dec 03 - 06' & Current NTECH Solutions Various
Project Manager

Complete ownership & responsibility to drive projects to conclusion - Translate project requirements into project objectives - Manage task assignments to project resources - Develop detailed project schedules, resource plans & status reports - Conduct project meetings, safety meetings, and mange client and GC expectations - Manage all interactions among end users, vendors and, services - Review project deliverables & set appointments with local inspectors by section or time line - Ensure satisfactory transfer of product upon completion - create documentation to be shared as learning tools for the next project.

July03’ - Feb04' CDI Braggs Electrical Little Rock,  AR
Electrician/Telecommunication Installer

Build switchgear QA-QC all circuits and pilec connections - set and monitor ATS for a smooth transition at all times report directly to GC of all changes in electrical environment - Phone - Data - EMS - Fire Alarm - Controls - Sound Sys. - AV - CCTV - Satellite - RTAC,s - Dips -  Locknetics  -  Electrician/IT21

Jun02’- Nov02’ PROSOFT Various
Senior Telecom Tech

Senior Telecom Tech -NMCI Installs-OSP/ISP Walk Troughs-Team Leader (Get it done correctly; on time; and under budget).  Lead man for all of Prosoft’s construction of PDS’son all NMCI contracts (cable tray-conduit-fabrications penetrations-fire stop-tech support-cert-etc).  List of completed contracts upon request. Complete knowledge of PDS Quality Assurance Checklist as set forth by General Dynamics.

May01’ - Nov02’ CBC Norfolk,  VA
Fiber Optic Technician/electrician

Conduit bending, emt- ridged, core drilling, wire devices-panels-breakers-ATS-Complete rough-ins etc. Certified ST/SC connector termination, fusion splicing. OTDR Testing. Fiber optic organizing trays. Certified by Lord & Bayer. Data punch down (Cat.5-Cat.5e-Cat.3) (RG6-8-11) Telephone Main Frame-skeleton & enclosed rack construction, IDC connection blocks. Wavetek Testing, Fire Alarm Install.  Strobe+ Pull boxes.

May98’ - May01' Milcom Systems Corp VA Bch Va

Primary Company Category-Assembler 1, IT21 Division-Assemble MBTs, ABTs, Transformers, Power panels, MDVO boxes and RJ45 connectors, Fiber Optics, Multi-pin connectors, Marine and commercial power, Radar Domes, Dry Air management systems. Read blueprints, (structural-electrical-welding-Telecom backbone-run sheets-mapping)

US  Coast Guard 84’ - 86’ - Snipe
1981-Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY
Liberal Arts, 3.0-4.0 GPA
1986-NTS Welding/ Electrical
1990-Genesee Community College, Olean, NY
Liberal Arts, 3.8-4.0 GPA
86’ -91’  Master Electrician - William Anderson
Apprenticeship -  Anderson  Marine -  Buffalo,  NY.

Don't forget to visit my "Information & Technology" sharing blog > "Sys Nica".

FEMA Independent Study - Emergency Preparedness, NIMS

Linux Ubuntu basics

Mensa invited twice:
(Number has changed / email the same)

From: <>
Sent: Monday, July 3, 2017  5:30 AM
Subject: Mensa Notices: Think you're Mensa Material? (100314807)

Think you're Mensa material? Someone you know does; they asked us to send you information about the organization. 

Simply put, Mensa offers smart people a place to connect - to share their thoughts, ideas and humor with people who "get" them. American Mensa has more than 50,000 members ranging in age from 4 to 102 who get together to socialize, explore their interests, and help out in their communities. Each new member of Mensa adds something new and special to the organization. 

So what is Mensa material? We have only one qualification for membership: a score in the top 2 percent on an accepted, standardized intelligence test. To qualify, you can either take the Mensa Admission Test or you can submit scores from a test you've already taken - and we accept about 200 different ones. A partial list is posted at  There is a onetime, nonrefundable fee of $40 for us to review your test scores.

If you’d rather take the Mensa Admission Test, you must be at least 14 years old, and the test fee is $40.  You'll find contact information below for a volunteer Mensan who handles testing for your area.

If you're already a member, take this referral as the compliment that it is. If you're a past member, we certainly hope you'll consider rejoining today!

Best regards,

American Mensa Testing and Admissions

Local Group:  Space Coast Area Mensa  (Group Number: 329)

Web site:

Contact:  Henry V Rhodes

(321) 799-1219

The testing and admissions program is conducted under the 

supervision of Dr. G. Frank Lawlis, Supervisory Psychologist, 

American Mensa, Ltd.

Professional References:
Chef Donnie Zappi’s Italian Garden, (386) 944-6400
Chef John, Chart House Restaurants-  (386) 255-9022
Steve Beddard, Owner Walt's Automotive - (386)252-1727
Raquel, GM Burger King (386)258-5973
John Bauchman, Dockmaster Halifax Harbor Marina (386)671-3601

Personal References:
Scott Ellis, Head of the Clerk of Courts Brevard CO.FL. (321)637-5413
Richard J. O'halloran, PH, Merritt Island, FL. (321) 459-1003

Chris Davis, former CPA Merritt Island, FL. (321) 452-5061

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