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Automotive and Heavy Equipment Maintenance Professional, with Extensive Experience on Construction and Transportation Equipment, seeking challenging Diesel Mechanic assignment
Inspection ~ Repair ~ Brakes ~ Steering ~ Suspension ~ Drivetrain ~ Fuel Systems ~ Cooling ~ Electrical Systems ~ Fire Suppression Systems ~ A/C ~ Transmissions ~ Axles ~ Differential ~ Hydraulics ~ Taylor Life Vehicles ~ Wagner L-90 ~ CAT 980, 938, 928 ~ Hyster Forklifts ~ Sweepers ~ JLG Lift Crane
Military: MATVS, MAXPROO Series, HUMMITS, LMTVS, Humvees, RG-31, PLS Series, 5-Ton Trucks, HEMTT Fueler, HEMTT Wrecker, Deuces, Graders, Scoop Loaders, Dump Trucks
Long-term career background, including military training and experience, in working with automotive and heavy duty equipment; particular focus on military construction and transportation equipment
Highly skilled in providing expert maintenance/repair for gas and diesel engines including automobiles, trucks, school buses, tractors, forklifts and other machinery
Consistently meet/exceed organizational goals and directives; strengths in identifying requirements for assignment completion and addressing those needs to achieve management and customer satisfaction
Proven success in troubleshooting problems; outstanding problem and issue resolution capabilities with critical strengths in conceptualizing solutions to complex situations while employing practical and cost-effective strategies
Adept at performing independently and particularly skilled in maintaining composure and focus on goal attainment under extremely stressful situations
Extensive knowledge in down-loading computer codes for vehicles and working with all areas of Humvee vehicles, including H1, H2 and H3 models; also hold military drivers license
Georgia Pacific, Dudley, NC 2013 Present
Effectively inspect, remove and repair major component/systems including brakes, steering mechanisms, suspension, drivetrains, fuel pumps, cooling and all electrical areas; also troubleshoot/repair fire suppression systems, transmissions, transfer cases, axles, differentials, air systems and hydraulics.
Particularly skilled in working with log yard heavy equipment including Taylor lift vehicles and Wagner L-90s, CAT 980/938/928, Hyster forklifts, sweepers and JLG lift cranes.
AECOM/AC First Afghanistan 2010 2013
Skillfully met responsibilities for inspecting/removing/repairing vehicle components, i.e. brakes, steering mechanisms, suspension systems, drivetrains, fuel systems, cooling/electrical systems, fire suppression equipment, air conditioning, transmissions, transfer cases, axles, differentials, vehicle bodies, air systems and hydraulics.
Conscientiously ensured that all maintenance/operational checks were appropriately documented and performed in accordance with relevant technical manuals/specifications (military typical 10 and 20 maintenance annual and semi-annual services).
In this assignment developed proficiency in working with military tactical armored/non-armored equipment including MATVS, MAXPROO series, HUMMITS, LMTVS, Humvees, RG-31s, PLS Series and five-ton trucks.
LINC Government Service, Fort Bragg, NC 2009 2010
Expertly inspected/removed/repair major vehicle components including brakes, steering mechanisms, suspension systems, drivetrains, fuel systems, cooling and electrical systems, fire suppression systems, air conditioning systems, transmissions, transfer cases, axles, differentials, vehicle body parts, air systems and hydraulics.
Consistently provided important verification that all operational and mechanical inspections were documented and conducted as directed by technical manuals and specifications (military typical 10 and 20 maintenance annual and semi-annual services).
Provided excellent mechanical support/maintenance of vehicles/equipment including military tactical armored/non-armored HUMMITS, LMTVS, Humvees, PLS series, 5-ton trucks, HEMTT Fuelers, HEMTT Wreckers, Deuces, Graders, Scoop Loaders and Dump Trucks.
LSI, Fort Bragg, NC 2007 2009
Automotive Mechanic, Wheeled and Track Vehicles / Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Successfully inspected, removed and repaired important components/systems including brakes, steering mechanisms, suspension systems, drivetrains, fuel systems, cooling and electrical systems, fire suppression systems, air conditioning, transmissions, transfer cases, axles, differentials, body parts, air systems and hydraulics.
Ensured that all maintenance/operational inspections were documented and performed in compliance with governing technical manuals and specifications (military typical 10 and 20 maintenance annual/semi-annual services).
Worked on military tactical armored/non-armored equipment including HUMMITS, LMTVS, Humvees, PLS Series, 5-Ton Trucks, HEMTT Fuelers, HEMTT Wreckers, Deuces, Graders, Scoop Loaders and Dump Trucks; received CDL Permit.
Medved Autoplex, Castle Rock, CO 2005 2007
Light Line Mechanic
Performed wide-array of light line mechanic work including oil changes, rotating/balancing tires, replacing brakes, preventive maintenance, coolant and transmission flushing, replacing oil coolant lines, replacing ball joints/tie rod ends/idler arms/pitman arms, and aligning wheels.
Skillfully conducted Pre-Delivery Inspections (PDIs), including checklist and performance testing, on new as well as used vehicles in preparation for sale at dealership to ensure achievement of all organizational standards.
Additionally, as necessary, performed any needed factory recall services and installed customer upgrade packages on new vehicles.
Denver Automotive and Diesel College, Denver, CO
Associates Degree, Automotive and Diesel Technology, 1983
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