Daniel Csiszar

24085 Wildwood Canyon Rd, Newhall, CA, 91321, US | (661) 794-9302 | dcsiszar88@gmail.com
Driven, honest, and hardworking individual with a passion to design and create through welding and fabrication. Seeking a new
opportunity to bring talent and enthusiasm to any team.

  • Some college (No degree) | Welding Technology
    College of the Canyons | Santa Clarita, CA
    Courses Taken:
    Intro to Shielded Metal Arc Welding
    Int. Shielded Metal Arc Welding
    Adv. Shielded Metal Arc Welding
    Intro to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
    Int. to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
    Adv. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
    Intro to Oxyacetylene Welding
    Intro to Metal Fabrication
    Blueprint Reading for Welding/Fabrication
    Weld 101
    LA City D1.1 structural steel prep course
  • Props Maker | I.A.T.S.E. Local 44 | Los Angeles, CA 4/20 - Present
    Finished special cuts, such as groves and bevels, to achieve the desired look.
    Work orders and welding blue prints provided verbal and written instructions, which I translated. Made shop parts using blueprints as a guide.
    Double-checked each completed project to ensure that it complied with all blueprint requirements.
    Used hand tools and power equipment to shape materials to exact measurements for job requirements.
    Cut wood, panels, and other wooden materials to precise measurements.
    Band, circular, jig, reciprocating, chop, and compound miter saws were all used safely.
    Poured, set, and cured concrete properly.
    Communicated with equipment operators to efficiently assign equipment and manage material flow.
    Increased team efficiency and met project requirements by correctly operating site equipment.
    Kept tools and equipment clean, well-maintained, and properly stored to increase team efficiency.
    Used nail guns, saws, and grinders safely and without incident for.
    Gave weekly updates to supervisors on project progress, site issues, and labor status.
    Analyzed job sites on a daily basis in order to reduce risks to workers and visitors.
    Used glue, dowels, nails, screws, and clamps to join subassemblies.
    Worked as a skilled fabricator.
    Inspected all welded projects to verify alignment with blueprint specifications.
    Painted various parts and applied protective coatings to them.
    Used a torch to hot bend materials.
    Used shears, hammers, punches, and drills to fabricate and alter parts on construction sites.
    Have excellent hand-eye coordination for manual dexterity.
    Set up and maintained fabrication and machine shop equipment.
    Scraped, scored, and used other methods to prepare surfaces for welds.
    Clamped and tack-welded components to achieve the desired configurations.
    Looks for solutions.


  • Audio Visual Technician | Micheals Sound and Video | Los Angeles, CA 4/19 - 3/20
    Install and maintain audio visual equipment including display devices, projectors, televisions, camera systems, video
    teleconferencing systems (VTC), microphones and speakers.
    Provide excellent equipment services to meet client expectations.
    Perform equipment storage and transportation activities in safe and secure manner.
    Perform inventory management of equipment, wirings, and accessories to avoid any shortages.
    Setup and operate audio visual equipment for trainings, presentations, meetings and conferences.
    Perform equipment additions, removals, repairs, replacements and inspections.
    Identify and resolve equipment malfunctions
    Assemble and disassemble audio visual equipment as needed.
    Test equipment to ensure they are in good and safe working conditions.
    Prioritize and complete work orders accurately and timely.
    Provide technical assistance to other Technicians when required.

  • Fabrication Technician | Classic Cosmetics | Los Angeles, CA 7/15 - 4/19
    Work orders and welding blue prints provided verbal and written instructions, which I translated.
    Dismantled, straightened, reshaped, and reassembled parts to repair manufactured products.
    Adjusted weld machines to correct settings prior to weld applications for precision and waste reduction.
    Followed all safety procedures when using tools, equipment, and machinery.
    Used welding tools to fabricate, trim, assemble, and repair metal parts.
    Replaced parts that were damaged, missing, or defective with new or refurbished parts.
    Examined and tested equipment to look for worn or damaged components.
    Kept my supervisor informed about operational issues and changes on a regular basis.
    Ensured that all maintenance activities were completed in accordance with company standards.
    Used hand tools and power equipment to shape materials to exact measurements for job requirements.
    Worked on the frames and motors of mechanical gates, welding them together.


  • Welder/Fabricator | New Phaze Packaging Inc | Los Angeles, CA 8/08 - 7/15
    Carrying out gas metal arc welding (GMAW) and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) to manufacture items and components
    Worked with a variety of metals/ materials including carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum
    Cutting materials into the required shapes, checking dimensions and thicknesses
    Welding or joining metal and other materials into a wide range of structures
    Following engineering plans, drawings and instructions
    Operating tools and machinery and welding equipment
    Cleaning tools, equipment and work areas