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Sales Representative/ Manager

Killeen, Texas, United States
January 05, 2019

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Chad Joseph Makosky

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Copperas Cove, Tx 76522


Cell: 254-***-****

Work Experience

Pepsico Frito Lay (02/2014-Present)

Route Sales Representative

Lampasas, Texas USA

Supervisor: Taylor Holthofer 817-***-****; Contact: Yes Salary: $62,500 + bonus annually

Hours per week: 45-50+

Responsible for selling and merchandising Frito-Lay's complete line of quality products at local stores including convenience stores, gas stations, and large grocery stores. As a Route Sales Representative, I drive a Frito-Lay truck which requires a regular driver’s license and insurance. Hours per week average approximately 50 hours and include weekend and/or holiday work in all weather conditions. Some of the more frequent tasks I perform include:

-Communicating with store/grocery managers for additional product sales

-Managing merchandisers for stores to be worked on designated RSR off days

- Driving to assigned locations on the route

- Check-in with store decision maker, check-in delivery, obtain signatures, collect proof of delivery

- Using equipment (e.g. carts, pallet jacks, etc.) to unload products and move throughout the store

- Merchandising cases from the back room to the sales floor, filling display units or shelves with products such as Doritos, Classic Lays, Tostitos, Smartfood Popcorn, etc.

- Ensuring back-room inventory reaches the sales floor and organizing/maintaining back- room inventory in proper location

- Rotating products and removing defective and out-of-date products and process returns and credits with receiver

- Tidying up shelves and displays, knocking down boxes and disposing of any waste

- Assembling and disassembling of promotional materials such as signs, banners, and cardboard displays

- Ordering, scanning and logging backstock using handheld device

- Safely maximizing sales and minimizing waste

I transform store aisles, end caps, and displays into works of art, from the lowest shelf to the highest shelf. Start times typically begin between three o’clock and seven o’clock in the morning.

Pepsico Frito Lay

Route Sales Specialist (10/2018-04/2018)

(Austin Zone) Austin, Texas

Supervisor: Cory Schraeder (512*-***-****; Contact: Yes Salary: $72,000 annually

Hours per week: 40+

Manage and assist other RSRs in the Austin zone (Waco, Belton, Marble Falls, Austin, Lampasas, San Marcos) with daily work duties. Assemble displays, change endcaps, set planograms, cover down routes. Travel throughout the zone wherever I was needed for any task given. This was a leadership role to help gain more knowledge of the market and work side by side with RSRs and SDLs( Sales District Leader) to receive feedback of different parts of the region. I attended, as well as presented monthly meetings with RSRs for monthly sales, safety, and product rollout. I worked with each SDL in the zone to gain knowledge of becoming an SDL in the future.

TSI Corporation, (09/2010-02/2014)

HVAC Mechanic MEO, Shop 91

Ft. Hood, Texas USA

Supervisor: Tony Estes 254-***-****; Contact: Yes Salary: $20.50 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Diagnose, repair, service, install and maintain various domestic and commercial equipment within the HVAC field such as: heating and air conditioning split systems, ventilation, water coolers, chillers, dehumidifiers, and boilers. Also capable of maintaining and servicing multiple types of kitchen equipment such as commercial refrigerators, ovens, freezers, dishwashers, fryers, ice machines, etc. Recognize and repair smaller equipment such as: thermostats, controls, relays, switches, fan motors, and pumps. Demonstrate abilities to operate and maintain tools and equipment such as regulated pressure gauges, multi-meter, scales, recovery machine, leak detector, measuring instruments, thermometers, drill, and grinder. Ability to do the work of the position without more than normal supervision screen out. Interpret instructions, specification, etc. Knowledge of materials, equipment assembly, installation, repair, etc. Technical practices (theoretical, precise, artistic). Skilled in the use of welding, brazing, soft-soldering, oxygen-acetylene efficiently to repair piping or tubing in a safe and timely manner. Familiar with and capable of charging or evacuating a system with various types of refrigerant used in the air conditioning trade. Knowledgeable and able to understand blueprints, schematics, and operator manuals. Commonly lifting and carrying heavy equipment or tools needed to complete a task in many types of situations or environments. Experienced and trained with the proper skills and knowledge needed to perform the duties of my position. Operate in all types of weather and in difficult positions while also assisting other coworkers in various fields. Skilled in the use of light duty vehicle to maneuver around Ft. Hood to designated work areas, also fork lifts, scissor lift, skytrack, and bucket truck. Accustomed to coming in contact with variable temperatures, gases, chemicals, burns, bruises, cuts, electrical shock, intermittent noise, dust and dirt, grease and oils, and use of chemical solvents. Trained to also work in confined spaces or dangerous areas where there are hazardous materials or equipment present. Assist with maintenance, and repair of commercial and industrial heating and boiling plant systems. I can perform maintenance on industrial air conditioning systems, and secondary power distribution and utility hook-up systems associated with fixed industrial electrical power systems and sub-systems; and refer to diagrams, charts, and manuals to determine techniques and processes related to preventive maintenance repairs and component replacements.

TSI Corporation, (10/2009-09/2010)

HVAC Mechanic, Shop 96

Ft. Hood, Texas USA

Supervisor: Marco Becerra 254-***-****; Contact: Yes Salary: $15.98 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Provide a wide range of HVAC preventative maintenance for the soldiers. Service hot water and steam boilers, water and air cooled chillers, cooling towers, ventilation systems, package and split systems, FCUs and AHUs, clean mechanical rooms, pumps and strainers. Supervise workers, helpers, and laborers on particular jobsites. Assist technicians or other employees with their jobs to achieve satisfaction and efficiency. Operate a two-way radio and government vehicle to communicate with other employees in transporting myself, material, or assisting with tasks. Perform such tasks as shutting down or starting up a boiler or chiller system. Disassemble units or systems before servicing properly. Lubricate pumps and motors to reduce the risk of unit going out. Utilize a high pressure washer to service or clean certain units such as condenser or evaporator coils. Use or mix chemicals safely to clean dirt or debris on units. Replace belts and adjust pulleys that may be cracked, worn, or loose to reduce risk of system failure or physical injury to any individual. Observe and report any unusual activity immediately that may be a hazard, cause injury, or cause a system to fail as seen in a mechanical room, soldier’s barracks, or wherever our personnel may be working. Diagnose small problems that may need to be solved by the preventative maintenance employee. Responsible for filling out daily log books on vehicle, work orders, and tasks you worked on throughout the day. Interact with other government employees to learn and acquire knowledge for future situations and tasks. Siegert Heating & Air Conditioning, (04/2008-07/2009) Heating/Air-Conditioning Service Technician

Bryan, Texas USA

Supervisor: Robert Siegert-979-***-****; Contact: Yes Salary: $12.75 per hour + commission

Hours per week: 40-60

Performs a wide range of sales, service, and repairs within the residential and commercial fields of heating and air conditioning. Diagnose problems that occur to heat pumps, gas, and straight electric systems with the use of a multi-meter and refrigerant pressure gauges. Repair leaks in the copper tubing found by a leak detector by silver soldering with an oxygen-acetylene set-up. Replace and repair defective compressors, capacitors, contactors, electronic control devices, relays, switches, various electrical wiring, condenser fan motors, variable, multi, and single speed blower motors, induced draft motors, breakers, evaporator coils, condensing units sequencers, and thermostats. Inspect and test system to verify system compliance with plans and specifications and to detect and locate malfunctions. Discuss heating and cooling system malfunctions with service technicians or technical support helpers to isolate problems or to verify that malfunctions have been corrected. Install or replace condensing units, blower coils, evaporator coils, electronic air filters, media filters, air filters, ventilation fans, hood ventilation fans, flex duct, duct board, secondary drain pans, PVC pipe and black plastic flexible pipe, ultraviolet lights, pan float switches. Recover or recharge heating and air conditioning systems with R-22 Freon and R-410 Puron. Fabricate and assemble parts for metal plenums or transitions and ventilation hood vents. Configure and calculate bids to install or replace single or multiple air conditioning units and systems. Program digital programmable or non-programmable thermostats for single stage, multi-stage, or variable speed systems. Adjust system controls to setting recommended by manufacturer to balance system or to comply with the customer’s needs. Build platforms and walkways to install and service heating and air conditioning systems. Consistently repaired or installed a wide variety and range of heating and air conditioning systems such as condensers (10- 18 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating) and 1-5 ton (heating and cooling capacity), blower coils, and gas furnaces. Have used various chemicals such as coil cleaners, sulfuric acid, drain cleaners, lubricants, and chemicals utilized to flush a system when there is a grounded compressor or a new installation of a different refrigerant. Receive and stock parts needed for a particular job or stock for work vehicle. Developed professional relationships with customers, employees, vendors, and manufacturers that supplied our company with parts, equipment, and service. Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. Skilled in the use of a wide variety of hand and power tools such as a multi- meter, micrometer (digital vacuum gauge), temperature and humidity meter, probe, and clamp, refrigerant gauges, regulated pressure gauges, reciprocating saw, circular saw, bench grinder, disc grinder, sheet rock saw, hand drill, screwdrivers, pliers, tape measure, copper tubing cutters, vacuum pumps, refrigerant recovery machines, oxygen-acetylene torch, leak detectors for gas and refrigerant. Utilized hands and arms in handling, installing, positioning, moving, and manipulating of supplies and parts. Complied with all applicable rules, procedures, standards, procedures, and policies in accordance with heating and air-conditioning guidelines. Skilled in light duty utility motor vehicle operation. Knowledge in the use of electric schematics and blueprints associated with residential systems. Received a certificate for attending a class showing how to install, service, and maintain R-410A Puron systems. Universal EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certified technician and registered with the state of Texas as a heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration service technician. Jack Hilliard Distributing (Budweiser), (08/2007-05/2008) Merchandiser

Bryan, Texas USA

Supervisor: Texas Varner-979-***-****; Contact: Yes Salary: per weekend stock $8.50-$11

Hours per week: 25-30

Stocked shelves, racks, cases, and bins at grocery stores. Took inventory or examine merchandise to identify items to be reordered or replenished. Hauled cases of alcoholic beverages from back of the store to the front shelves for sale to customers. Replaced damaged cans, bottles, or cases with new stock. Configured and calculated a chart of the number of cases of alcoholic beverages stocked and distributed. Developed strong working habits and relationships with customers, employees, merchandisers, and store employees. Provided information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, written form, or in person. Assisted customers and merchandisers with loading or unloading of products or stock. Built displays for particular themes or events in order to produce more sales. Skilled in operating a light utility vehicle and also a pallet lift jack.

Anderson Schoel Office Interiors, (05/06-07/07)


Harker Heights, Texas USA

Supervisor: Randy Schoel-254-***-****; Contact: Yes Salary: $9 per hour

Hours per week: 20-40

Installed commercial office furniture. Assembled desks, chairs, bookshelves, and cubical walls. Adjusted, connected, or disconnected wiring, brackets, tubing, drawers, and other parts, using hand or power tools. Applied protective materials to equipment, components, and parts to prevent any defects before, during, or after installation. Transferred or delivered tools, parts, equipment, and supplies to and from work stations and other jobs. Provided assistance to less skilled workers involved in the installation, adjustment, maintenance, part replacement, and repair of tools, equipment, and machines. Skilled in operating a light and medium duty enclosed moving trucks. Skilled in the use of hand and power tools such as hand drills, circular saws, screw drivers, hammers, tape measures. Supervised and assisted a small crew of installers when assembling or delivering equipment or tools. Coordinated with supervisors or installers on the layout or installation of the furniture. Participated in frequent safety demonstrations and followed strict rules and guidelines of OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration). Devised plans to make installs quicker and easier, but still consistent and effective. Bell County Electrical Supply Company, (05/03-05/05) Laborer/Helper

Killeen, Texas USA

Supervisor: Kenny Stone-254-***-****; Contact: Yes Salary: $8.50 per hour

Hours per week: 30-40

Configured charts to record inventory. Loaded and unloaded contractor’s vehicles with equipment and tools. Assisted employees with sales and inventory tickets. Measured cut, and bent wire and conduit, using measuring tapes and hand tools. Pulled orders for contractors. Maintained inventory and equipment and kept parts and supplies in order. Skilled in the use of manual conduit benders, wire reels and cutters, measuring tapes, operating a fork lift, any hand/ power tools. Assembled metal shelves to hold our large inventory of parts and equipment. Configured and computed our entire inventory in to a database for easier access of what we had in stock or needed to order. Education

Texas A&M University Central Texas-(01/2019-Present) Pursuing Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management & Administration

Central Texas College-(05/2017-08.2018) *Graduated with Associates of Arts Degree 12/2018

Killeen, Texas

Blinn College-(08/2005-05/2008)

Bryan, Texas

High School: Copperas Cove High School-(08/2001-05/2005) Copperas Cove, Texas

Graduated w/ Diploma

Class Rank: 131 of 625

Additional Skills and Certificates

Route Sales Specialist: Frito Lay Austin Zone Austin, Tx (10/2017) Training Certificate: Frito Lay Unsaleables Swagger Meeting Austin, Tx (12/2017) Training Certificate: Frito Lay Safety Officer & Route Trainer Marble Falls, Tx


Top Salesman Award: Frito Lay Marble Falls, Texas (12/2014) Training Certificate: Manitowoc Indigo Ice Machines Austin, Tx (11/2012) Training Certificate: Carrier Proper Charging HVAC systems (01/2012) Training Certificate: Carrier Duct Sizing (01/2012) Training Certificate: Johnson Controls Metasys Computer Systems (02/2011) Training Certificate: Confined Space Areas, Ft. Hood (11/2010) Certified to operate: All DPW Vehicles (Class C), Forklift RT Variable (9K), Forklift Elec/Fuel (6K), Bucket Truck (3.5K), Scissor Lift, Sky Track. (01/2010-present) Training Certificate: State of Texas; installing, service, and maintenance of R-410A Puron systems.

Licensed: EPA (Environmental Protection Agency); Universal Technician to purchase, handle, and install various types of refrigerant. (05/05/2008). Training Certificate: State of Texas; Handling R-410A Puron and equipment. Honorable Mention: Academics, (2004-2005).

Volunteered at Copperas Cove High School, Copperas Cove, Texas: 20 hours


Volunteered at Salvation Army and Cove House, Copperas Cove, Texas: 330 hours


Certificate: Welding class at Copperas Cove High School, Copperas Cove, Texas:

(08/19/2004-05/28/2005)-Best bbq pit manufactured. Belt Buckle: Gatesville, Texas; FFA (Future Farmers of America)-Raising swine Honors: Reserve Grand Champion at Coryell County Livestock Show 09/05/2004-04/20/2005).

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