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class b license driver, backhoe and trackhoe,DUMP TRUCK DRIVER, load

Bonaire, Georgia, United States
August 27, 2018

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Gregory Dollar

Heavy Equipment Operator/Assistant Supervisor/ Class B Dump Truck Driver -

Houston County Commissioners

Fort Valley, GA - 478-***-****


Heavy Equipment Operator/Assistant Supervisor/ Class B Dump Truck Driver Houston County Commissioners - Warner Robins, GA - January 1999 to Present Set all production and quality goals for each shift. Analyzes and reports quality measures, defects, complaints, and other data needed to improve process performance. Develops team members through training and conducted written evaluations utilizing the performance feedback. Demonstrates ability to conduct and facilitate effective meetings. Provide employees with motivation to achieve goals in a team environment. Supervise thirty

(30) employees including work assignment schedules, bi-weekly payroll, resolve employee issues and provide annual evaluations which included identifying developmental training needs of employees. Performs quality control assessments and manage building facilities. Ensures compliance of all federal, state and local laws and regulations. Distributes materials and products from receiving to storage areas or required shops daily. Receives, routes, and moves parts, assemblies, components, and other materials into and out of industrial shops. Determines appropriate handling methods and devices needed to move items and prepares and processes any necessary paperwork. Dispatches materials through shops. Selects parts and materials to be turned into Supply. Loads and unloads material on pallets, trucks, hand carts, and dollies. Receives requests for parts and materials needed to support production work requirements. Operates electric and diesel powered fork lift trucks capable of lifting loads weighing less than 10,000 pounds as high as 168 inches. Drives fork lift trucks over wood, concrete, or similar type floors through narrow aisles in buildings and in such confined spaces as railroad cars or trucks. Occasionally drives outside over rough surfaces. Drives one or more types of trucks such as pickup, panel, and flatbed trucks, which typically have a gross vehicle weight of 10,000 pounds or less, on public roads at highway speeds. Picks up items from supply and local vendors or suppliers. Delivers emergency items to work sites. Checks routine items on the vehicle checklist (such as oil, tire pressure, windshield washer fluids, power steering fluids, gas, etc.). Keeps assigned vehicle in good appearance and assures it is in best condition for periodic vehicle inspections. Painter/Sheetmetal Mechanic

White's Paint and Body - Warner Robins, GA - September 1998 to October 1999 Applied coating materials using brushes, rollers, spray guns and other means of application. Applied coating techniques that ensure surfaces have a smooth textured and decorative appearance and meet thickness and level requirements. Set up, adjusted, and operated spray-painting equipment or other power painting equipment. Sanded between coats and rubbed or polished final coats as necessary to obtain proper adhesive between coats and specified finishes. Mixed, thinned, blended, matched, tinted, and toned coating materials. Added pigment and/or thinners to gauge the change of color tone and drying properties. Mixed stains, epoxies, enamels, varnishes, shellacs, lacquers, plastic paints, bituminous paints, and other surface coating materials. Utilized computers or hard copy material to research cross references, data systems, engineering drawings, and any other parts list to determine replacement materials for out of stock and obsolete materials. Prepared various surfaces of interior components and other structures by mechanically and chemically removing old paint and rust, filling cracks, sanding, and applying fillers and base coats. Pipe Service Installer/Construction Maintenance

City of Warner Robins - Warner Robins, GA - April 1990 to September 1998 Installed high and low pressure pipe systems, and repair them when needed. Attached pipes to structures such as tanks or radiators. Measured pipes and mark them for cutting, welding and threading, using saws, pipe benders and torches. Planned system layouts for piping installation or repairs. Cleaned and maintained piping systems and equipment they use regularly to fix piping systems. Removed old and worn out parts and components, and replace them with new ones. Responsible for inspecting work sites, making sure that there are no structural weaknesses and ensuring that any work they do will not cause any structural weakness. Inspected the finished product and run tests to make sure everything is running the way it is supposed to and that equipment is installed and fixed properly according to certain specifications. Sheet Metal Mechanic/Painter

Blue Bird Body Manufacturing Company - Fort Valley, GA - February 1985 to April 1990 Performed body repairs, prep/paint, part assembly for school buses completed minor and major body and sheet metal repairs performed general computer operations, assembly line technician duties, and quality control measures removed and replaced prefabricated and fabricated sheet metal parts to be used. Planned and laid out work from blueprints, sketches, drawings, provisions, and work orders in manufacturing sheet metal structures which have both combined straight and curved edges, and irregular angles, and curves also determines the type and extent of repairs needed to restore to original strength. Examined and inspected sheet metal structures to locate breaks, dents, cracks, and loose or missing rivets. Used measuring instruments such as protractors, calipers

snap ring, depth, dial gauges. Used a wide variety of hand and power tools such as crimping, burring, bending machines, soldering, welding machines, rivet guns, drills, punches, shears, band saw, grinders, sanders, and other tools of the trade. Skilled in reading and interpreting blueprints, diagrams, sketches, and technical specifications. Removed rust and corrosion with sandpaper, grinders and wire brushes. Cleaned internal parts with solvent. Drilled holes and drive rivets through stiffeners and braces to maintain strength. Washed and sanded surfaces as necessary and treats them with oil, turpentine, or other preparations. Uses and maintains tools. Uses tools such as brushes, rollers, spray guns, graining devices, viscosity testers, thickness gauges, compressors, varies stenciling equipment, as well as common hand and power tools to do the work. Maintained records and documented actions. Utilized safety practices and procedures following established safety rules and regulations and maintained a safe and clean environment. Used and ensure proper fit of required safety equipment and clothing. Worked to achieve and support quality improvement in all products and services. Complied with safety and security regulations to ensure a safe and effective working environment. Met all training requirements both initial and recurring. Performed duties to meet productivity goals and ensured adherence to good housekeeping requirements. Prepped for painting. Provided finish to trim work. Primed, painted and stained as assigned.

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