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Michael DeConzo II

Cell: 864-529-2166

Michael DeConzo II
166 May Drive
Statesville, North Carolina 28677
(864) 529-2166

OBJECTIVE:​ To secure a position in Web Development career field.

SKILLS SUMMARY:​ Determined, highly motivated creative mind with experience in
creating solutions to solve work assignments on a deadline. Skillful in leading a group as
well as supporting a group to accomplish a common goal. Diverse range of career fields,
allowing for a wide range of experience to apply to a task; as well as always looking for
something new to learn and become familiar with. Experienced with an ever changing
work environment, as well as completing tasks will maintaining adequate regulations,
codes and safety requirements.
● Construct and organize a plan to augment efficiency in completing tasks
assigned while utilizing all the resources available.
● Proficient at maximizing time allotted for a given assignment as well as making
sure it is done competently.
● As a pallet dock Supervisor I trained 20+ employees on the vast safety
requirements to complete their job in a safe manner as well as underlying the
potential dangers and hazards that accompany the job.
● Succeeding through quality work and leading by example. Able to work on a
strict deadline and under pressure.
● Organization and motivation have led me to learn a variety of new trades and
prosper in different career fields. Always willing to listen and take advice, as
well as helping or sharing advice or an opinion.
● Implementing a work plan that keeps me one step ahead of my tasks​ ​while
spending any potential downtime looking for potential advances of knowledge
in order to gain an advantage over my competitors.

Michael DeConzo II

Cell: 864-529-2166


Junior Developer
Pinetop Systems
Supervisor: Dale Marshall

​Jan/2018- Present
40 hours/week

Junior Developer:

Developed the site using bootstrap and database integration with SQL server
Built web pages using HTML, JQuery, Bootstrap, and C#
Created user profiles in database and HTML expanding user traffic capacity
Improved user satisfaction by boosting the efficiency of MySQL query designs, eliminating
bugs and scaling back end systems to meet growing traffic requirements
Partnered with designers to create sitemaps, improve Web page layouts and interfaces
Prioritized and fix site-related design problems
Implemented new features based on user feedback
Coordinated with marketing team for the presentation of website and other marketing

Key Accomplishments:​ Launch website to meet the needs of the ever-growing account
management and routing solutions market.

Shipping and Receiving
Power Curbers
Supervisor: Richard Harris

​ ov/2014- Present
40 hours/week

Shipping and Receiving:

Thorough labeling, organization and continuing maintenance of all service inventory
through use of SAGE mass system, accompanying physical double checking.
Extensive experience with Starship transportation program and its tools for use in
packaging and shipment of service parts.
In Depth knowledge of various oversea requirements and stipulations depending on
cargo, contents and shipment methods. (LTL freight classing, heat treated lumber, air
freight regulations and commercial invoicing)
Setup and packaging for overseas container shipments as well as construction of Bill of
Extensive experience loading heavy equipment onto and into varying types of trailers
(RGN, Stepdeck and Container) as well as proper methods in properly securing cargo for

Key Accomplishments:
Learn all standards and regulations for domestic and international shipments with no initial
experience. Develop extensive woodworking, machining and equipment knowledge to safely
package, alter and modify shipments for proper delivery. Become proficient enough to assume the
lead Shipping and Receiving role and increase productivity by streamlining daily processes.
Implement new technologies, software and automation to curb setup, packaging and shipment

Michael DeConzo II

Cell: 864-529-2166


Media Blaster
Power Curbers
Supervisor: Randy Ward

​May/2014- Nov/2014
40 hours/week

Media Blaster:​ ​With this position my major priority is to ready the various machine parts for paint,

in whatever manner is required. This may mean blasting the mill scale off metal with a large or
small media blaster; scratching or cleaning the surface with specified tools or chemicals or the
loading and unloading of parts with an overhead crane. Other responsibilities include maintaining
blasting equipment, media and oxygen hoses, feed hopper to the blast booth and proper disposal
of toxic waste and excess trash media. Management of wash bay tools must be kept up to
specifications as well; which includes appropriately determined pH level, temperature and
pressure from the power washing wand. Sanitation and cleaning is a key factor in this position
which requires use of the forklift for metal and trash disposal in proper dumpsters as well as use of
industrial floor scrubber vehicle.

Key Accomplishments:​This position is an intensely fast paced which demands a working

knowledge of each department in the building and requires very frequent need for quality
assurance checks and flexibility to meet demands from other departments. Becoming well versed
in this position and maintaining a very stringent schedule of parts flowing through and learning the
inner workings of the surrounding departments has been my key accomplishment.

Mechanical Apprentice
Tri-City Mechanical, Greensboro NC
Supervisor: Carlton Custer, 336 259-0326. May be contacted


Mechanical Apprentice:​ ​As the name suggests, this position required the ability to adequately

delegate my previously acquired skills and assist welders, pipe fitters, or journeyman mechanics
with any mechanical or welding problem that arose. It was my responsibility to ensure that piping
was at the proper specifications in accordance with blue print measurements. Safety was a huge
concern in this line of work due to the nature of working in chemical plants and around incredibly
dangerous liquids and gasses. Due to this ongoing hazard, it was of utmost importance to operate
effectively as an individual under OSHA policies to maintain company equipment and property.

Key Accomplishments​:​Being the youngest employee brings about complications in and of itself,
however, after several months I became an invaluable employee as I was able to perform any
apprentice task. The skills attained such as learning to pipe fit, weld, as well as improving
communicative proficiency has proven to be useful time and time again.

Seasonal Mechanical Apprentice
Granite Manpower, Wilmington NC
Resource Manager: Shaun York

​February 2012 –
84 hours/week

Michael DeConzo II

Cell: 864-529-2166

Mechanical apprentice:​ As a seasonal contractor with Granite Manpower it was my
responsibility to assist welders, mechanics, blade technicians, and Borescope operators in any
manner necessary. Main job requirements included securing large turbine parts together using
industrial equipment such as cranes, utilizing general tools, and various other specialty
equipment. It was also my duties to assemble, install, align, and set equipment to proper
standards issued by employer.

Key Accomplishments:​Ensured proper guidelines and procedures were completed in a timely

and safely manner. Maintained effective communication between employer and myself in order to
warrant proper assembly and maintenance.
Upheld consistent professionalism by giving full attention to others when speaking and making
sure to understand the new information being presented.
The ability to think critically and make judgments on my own without prompting from others.
Improving my ability to determine strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions
or approaches to problems.

February 2012
Rogers Unloading Service, Greensboro, NC
Manager: Jeremy Gravely (704) 634 – 2889. May be contacted

​January 200940 hours/week

Dock Supervisor:​ ​Utilizing proficiency with the computer based logistics system. Responsibilities

included establishing schedules for trailer pickups and drop offs, maintaining and compiling
accurate employee work schedules, and liaison between Rogers regional manager and unloaders.
As the supervisor I was in charge of training my crew (varied, depending on the amount of pallets
needing to be sorted and shipped out) of four up to twenty individuals, on the required safety
procedures of working in this warehouse and forklift operations.

Unloader: ​Communicate with customers to determine appropriate unloading procedures of

various tractor trailers. Using specialty equipment such as forklifts to unload and sort each trailer
in accordance to a load manifest. Ability to work within a team environment is a must as each task
builds upon the completion of the first stage. With little supervision needed my responsibilities
were concluded with haste.

Key Accomplishments ​Ensured all communications were conducted in a timely and proficient

manner to both customers and fellow employees. Ability to handle conflict and problem solving
with ease with upholding professionalism.
Resulted in an improvement of productivity levels by maintaining a steady flow of tractor trailers in
and out of the warehouse. Mastered the skills and knowledge necessary for the operation of
various types forklifts and unloading equipment.

Forsyth Technical Community College
Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Michael DeConzo II

Global Logistics, 2010-2011
GPA 3.5
Surry Community College
Dobson, North Carolina
Certificate in Real Estate Appraisal 1 year, 2006-2007
GPA 3.0
West Stokes High School
King, North Carolina
2002- 2006

Most Improved Runner (Cross Country, West Stokes High School)


Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Adobe Photoshop
Fruity Loops
Visual Studio / VS Code
.Net Shop / .Net Core

Available upon request.

Cell: 864-529-2166

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