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Truck Driver Mechanic

Abingdon, Virginia, United States
August 12, 2018

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James Pahner

Maintenance Mechanic

Abingdon, VA *4210


Production machine maintenance worker, 9 1/2 years experienced in operating boilers,refrigeration machinery, pumps, piping, cooling towers and water treatment program and electrical equipment. Highly efficient and results-oriented. Lots of experience with most hand-tools and power-tools including drill-

press, welders-stick, tig, wire feed, and Oxy-Acetylene torch. Some experience with Lathes and milling machines.

Active monthly drilling Virginia National Guardsmen, all wheel Mechanic due to retire in two years. Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Truck Driver

Covenant Transport - Chattanooga, TN

January 2017 to November 2017

Completed a daily pre-trip and post-trip inspections checklist before first delivery of the day. Checked vehicle's fluid levels and tire pressure and scheduled any required repairs. Operated motor vehicles in a safe and efficient manner. Obtained signatures needed to complete and process all paperwork in a timely manner. Long Haul Truck Driver

C R England Inc

March 2016 to January 2017

Salt Lake Cty, Utah

Completed a daily pre-trip and post-trip inspection checklist before first delivery of the day. Obtained and maintained proper delivery authorization and pickup documentation. Maintained records required for compliance with state and federal regulations. Transported freight from origin to destination in a safe and timely manner. Checked load accuracy and stability before each trip. Maintenance Mechanic

White Wave Foods - Mount Crawford, VA

May 2006 to March 2016

Troubleshoot electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and steam/water defects for production and supportive equipment for manufacturing soymilk. Complete all repairs and maintenance work to company standards. Ran steam plant, wash water filtration an softing and recovery systems, Refrigeration and AC systems for plant operation. Reduced downtime during production by maintaining equipment and reducing unnecessary maintenance. Took care of Facility building, grounds, roads, and fences. Used Hand tools and shop equipment to effect fabrication and repairs. Worked overtime including weekends, to respond to emergencies and fix unsafe conditions. Kept supervisor informed of job progress and material requirements.


Building and manufacture Maintenance Field

Massanuttan Technical center - Harrisonburg, VA

May 2006 to February 2015


ac/dc Theory, Maintenance, OTR, working on Industrial Electrical Systems Certifications/Licenses

Introduction to Computers

March 2011 to Present

Human Relation Skills

December 2011 to Present

Industrial Health and Safety

December 2013 to Present

Supervisory Skills

October 2011 to Present

Communication Skills

March 2011 to Present

Basic Motor controls

November 2013 to Present

Basic Mechanics

November 2011 to Present

Concepts of Technology

November 2012 to Present

Industrial Refrigeration I

April 2014 to Present

Industrial Refrigeration Ammonia I

April 2014 to Present

Refrigeration and A/C I

November 2010 to Present

Blueprint Reading and Schematics

April 2012 to Present

Boiler and Steam Operations

December 2011 to Present

Basic Programmable Logic Controllers

December 2007 to Present

Industrial Pipefitting

April 2012 to Present

Industrial Maintenance Welding

May 2007 to Present

Electronics I

April 2008 to Present

Electricity I (AC/DC Theory

May 2007 to Present

Electricity II ( Residential)

November 2007 to Present

Electricity III (Industrial)

April 2011 to Present

Phase II Utilities Equipment Repairer

December 2012 to Present

Phase III Utilities Equipment Repairer

December 2012 to Present

Certified CFC/HCFC Refrigerants Recovery Specialist December 2012 to Present

Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (Virginia National Guard) August 2006 to Present

Additional Information


Effective team leader Certified Forklift Operator

Trained in some emergency response Sheet metal installations Expertise in most Equipment repairs Vast HVAC knowledge Equipment maintenance Initiative to work independently Metal working ability

120, 240 and PLC wiring

Supervisory Skills

Communication Skills

Basic Motor Controls

Basic mechanics

Concepts of Technology

Industrial Refrigeration I

Blueprint reading & Schematics

Boiler and Steam Operations

Programmable Logic Controllers

Basic Technical Math

Industrial Pipefitting- Independent

Industrial Maintenance welding

Electricity I (ac/dc Theory)

Electricity II (Residential)

Electronics I

Industrial Electronic Survey

Electricity III

Refrigeration & AC I

Industrial Refrigeration Ammonia I

AC & Refrigeration

Virginia National Guard


Phase II Utilities Equipment Repairer

Phase III Utilities Equipment Repairer

Certified CFC/HCFC refrigerants recovery specialist Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic

M1151a1 HMMWV Operator/ Mechanic

M1117 ASV Operator/ Mechanic

FMTVA1 Operator/ Mechanic

65person Bus Driver

Tankships Dangerous Liquids (PIC) 2000

Maritime College at Fort Schuyler

ShipBoard Firefighting 1998

Military Sealift Command, Atlantic Baldwin, New York

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