Andrew Malcolm

Andrew Malcolm

Skills: Carpentry, Plumbing, SMAW / GTAW Welding, Abrasive Wheels, MEWPs (IPAF PAL 3a), Pasma Scaffold Tower User, epoxy composites

Work Experience

2015-2020 : Handyman for Modular Interiors. (London, England).

Assisting trades, mostly plumbers and carpenters, and labour.
I have my own carpentry tools, plumbing tools, welding gear and
a multimeter for basic electrical faultfinding.

2012-2014 : labourer, various agencies. (London, England).

Labouring and assisting trades on various sites around London.

2010-2012 : labourer, various agencies. (Bournemouth, England).

Projects have included shopfitting, schools and personal homes.  
My work has involved managing small groups of labourers, 
manual labour, concreting, painting, plastering, drilling 
and working with scaffolding towers.

2008-2010 : Labouring for Hays, Search, Apex and others. (Aberdeen, Scotland).

Working on various construction sites in Aberdeen including Schools,
Hotels and a community centre.  I was initially responsible for 
general labourer duties, but progressed to site Storeman, where 
I was responsible for ensuring all company equipment was accounted 
for and was stored, maintained and distributed correctly.

2007-2008 : Supply Chain Administrator for MI Swaco (Aberdeen, Scotland).

In this position I was responsible for managing the paperwork and 
electronic documentation regarding interactions between the company 
store and account managers, third party suppliers and production 
operations. This meant liaising with suppliers and with company staff 
at all levels.

2006-2007 : Storeman for Oceaneering (Aberdeen, Scotland).

I had sole responsibility for ensuring that ongoing cycle counts of 
thousands of items of stock were performed in an accurate and timely manner
using Peoplesoft, JD Edwards and excel spreadsheets of my own creation.
This required compliance with company policy and familiarity with the 
Sarbanes-Oxley Act (Corporate and Auditing Accountability and Responsibility Act).

2005-2006 : Various temporary contracts for Brook Street (Aberdeen, Scotland).

During this period I took various temporary jobs including Seasonal Gardener with 
Aberdeen City Council, Working in a “Meet and greet” capacity for a week at the 
Aberdeen Oil and Gas Expo in which I welcomed visitors and handed out lanyards 
for them to use with their ID cards. I also took a Data Entry position with 
Oceaneering which led to my next full time permanent contract.

2004-2004 : Jobcentre Plus First Contact Centre (Aberdeen, Scotland).

I was responsible for contacting unemployed people, mainly the recently unemployed 
and talking through their work interests and matching their requirements with 
vacancies on the Jobcentre database. This was a target driven role where our 
performance was measured against the number of persons contacted who then went on 
to take one of the jobs suggested.

2002-2003 : Call handler for First Call Business Communications (Aberdeen, Scotland).

While working for Healthcall Business Communications, a company that provides inbound 
call management services I was responsible for handling inquiries and emergencies on 
behalf of over six hundred companies including social services, local councils and 
emergency medical services, for example.    


2000 : Summer School for Access; Aberdeen University (Aberdeen)

I studied Biology, Chemistry, PHE and Mathematics and passed.

1991-1996 : H-Grades; St Machar Academy (Aberdeen)

Computing: Passed

: S-Grades; St Machar Academy (Aberdeen)

Computing, English, Chemistry, Physics, German:	2

Maths, Geography:	3

Activities and interests

Hobbies : I am learning FreeCAD and dream of fixing up a boat.

Sports : Climbing and cycling. • +44 7491 888 875 • 41 years old
London, England, N16