Wayne Randolph

Work Experience

  • Specified Woodworking

    1989-1993 | Laminate Mechanic

    Duties included reading shop and blueprint drawing to fabricate and laminate countertops, cabinets and reception desks.

  • The Cabinet Shop


    Cabinetmaker, laminate mechanic (cabinets, reception desks, countertops), managed various job projects.

  • Mid Atlantic Metal Works

    1996-1997 | Assistant Group Leader

    My duties as Group Leader Assistant was to help the Group Leader in readying contracted jobs. Also upon his absence, I lead the group in making sure they have appropriate job orders for the day, making sure all are following specs on shop drawings, checking for proper fabrication and quality, etc. I also was responsible for running various pieces of machinery for fabricating decorative metal fascias for contracted jobs and shipping.

  • Casework Ltd.

    1998-2010 | Cabinetmaker, Supervisor

    Laminate Dept. Supervisor and worker. Read shop blueprints, laid out plans for fabrication, effectively distributed duties per worker skill level. Company profits increased 35%.

  • American Woodworking

    2011-2011 | Woodworker, Supervisor

    Supervisor for Laminate Dept. Provided supervision for 7 employees for timeliness and quality.

  • Interwood, Inc

    2012-2012 | Woodworker, Supervisor

    Read shop drawings and blueprints for fabrication. Fabrication included (but not limited to) Reception desks, wall cabinets for offices and kitchens for commercial and private industry. Served as the laminate dept. supervisor. Skills included table saw, vertical panel saw, sliding table saw, CNC machines, band saw, etc.

  • Convert- A –Byte Computer Services


    For 4 years, I ran my own computer repair business from my home. My primary customer base were home computers. I did everything from setups to assigning administrative rights. Unfortunately, because of a slowing economy, there was a slow down in business.

  • Vitro Laboratory


    Vitro Laboratory was a U.S Military sub-contractor where I worked 5 years before they went out of business dues to military spending cut backs within the government.