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Microsoft Office Manager

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December 30, 2017

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KEITH H GRAYSON II

*****-* ****** ***** **

WALDORF, MD 20603

405-***-****

ac3uwm@r.postjobfree.com

Employment History

FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS MECHANIC WORK LEADER

November2017–PRESENT ALUTIIQ ENTERPRISES, TINKER AIRFORCE BASE,OK

*I perform inspections, maintenance and repairs on fuel storage and fuel distribution systems on Tinker AFB.

*I inspect fuel receiving, storage and distribution facilities to detect and correct leakage, corrosion, faulty fittings and malfunction of mechanical units, meters, and gauges such as distribution lines, float gauges, piping valves, pumps and roof sumps.

*I overhaul system components such as pressure regulating valves and excess valves. Lubricating pumps, replacing gaskets and seals as needed.

*I correct pumping equipment misalignment. Clean strainers, filters, and checks meters for correct delivery and calibration.

*Responsible for maintaining electrical/electronic fuels systems and components (JP-8, gasoline and diesel).

*I remove corrosion and repaint surfaces and daily (UFC 460 Directive) inspections to CNG unit (natural gas dispenser). Overhauls vacuum and pressure vents, floating roof seals, hangers and roof sumps.

*I utilize and interpret technical manuals, shop directives,, blueprints, sketches, diagrams, and specifications, verbal and written instructions.

*I’m responsible for completing daily work order log documenting inspections, maintenance and repair information, to include work performed, materials used and hours worked on each assigned work order.

*I comply with applicable federal, state, United States Air Force and Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) environmental laws and regulations.

*Licensed in “CONFINED SPACE” & “CONFINED SPACE & RESCUE”

INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT MECHANIC WG-10 5352

November 2014 – September UNITED STATES NAVY(NAVFAC),INDIAN HEAD, MD

I apply a variety of methods and techniques to lay, install, align, repair, overhaul various types of industrial plant machinery and equipment.

I disassemble and repair general industrial plant machinery, equipment, and such systems as; towveyor or conveyor systems, bridge cranes, air compressors, engine and hydromatic dynamometers, cable drums and pulleys, reduction gears, monorails, pumps and aircraft test blocks.

I examine and troubleshoot to determine the extent of repairs required, materials or parts needed, and estimate the time required to complete repairs.

I interpret and apply the requirements contained in technical manuals, shop directs, blueprints and other documents determining critical dimensions and key reference points.

I independently dismantle, move, and relocate various types of plant machinery and equipment or install new machinery and equipment.

I anchor machinery and equipment to foundations, assemble, and connect accessory or other components i.e steel ladders, platforms, and guard rails; make precision alignment and adjustments for balance; and conduct operational tests of the entire system.

Skilled in the use of various test equipment and measuring devices such as alignment scopes, verniers, micrometers, precision levels, bearing bridge gauges, flow meters, hydrostatic testers.

Skilled in setting up and operating machine tools; small lathes, milling machines, drill presses, grinders. Can manufacture component parts or remachine existing parts such as bushings, bearing, seals, couplings, and pistons.

METAL TANK & RADIATOR REPAIRER WG-7-3858

AUGUST 2010 – MAY 2012UNITED STATES AIRFORCE, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

I followed detailed repair, troubleshooting, modification and testing of aircraft radiators, air coolers, oil temperature regulators and aircraft coolant tanks and reservoirs that were made of various kinds of metals; such as aluminum, copper, stainless steel, and black iron.

I repaired leaks from these various coolant systems, removing defective parts and installing new parts.

PNEUDRAULIC STSTEMS MECHANIC WG-7-8255

AUGUST 2009 – MAY 2010UNITED STATES AIRFORCE, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

I followed detailed maintenance and repair procedures in performing bench work involving the inspection, repair, and maintenance of parts and subassemblies of hydraulic and pneumatic components.

I used various test equipment and measuring devices such as micrometers, torque gauges, calipers to inspect, disassemble repair, and test parts and subassemblies of hydraulic, mechanical, and pneumatic assemblies and components.

I interpreted single view prints, diagrams, and drawings, and used arithmetic and standard handbook formulas in performing dimensional measurements and maintaining required tolerances.

Skilled in the use of lapping machines, drill presses, grinders, demagnetizer, and other power and hand tools to remove imperfections; scratches and rough edges; and to assemble parts into assemblies and components by shimming, honing, lapping, or selective fitting from groups of like parts.

ASST USED CAR MANAGER

MAY 2004 – JULY 2009 JOE COOPER FORD, MIDWEST CITY, OK

I supervised ten sales personnel in daily job assignments, ensuring attention to detail to meet delivery deadlines and quality standards.

I diagnosed and corrected problems accurately and promptly

I maintained relationships with various banks, finance and insurance companies to get loan approvals using various factors dealing with credit and loans.

Skilled in ADP and other cost estimating systems and inventory control software; as well as MICROSOFT OFFICE.

Education

AUGUST 1993ROSE STATE UNIVERSITY, MIDWEST CITY, OK

66 SEMESTER HRS

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