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Manager Technician

Marion, North Carolina, United States
December 13, 2018

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Richard Careccia


To obtain a position in a company that has a great background that I am proud to represent. My goal is to continue my career and advance it past what it is today, to get the opportunity to grow my career and myself. I intend to further my education and experience in the field of industrial maintenance and management.


07/22/2013-present Baxter Healthcare Marion N.C.

B4 Mechanic

Experienced in many different areas of manufacturing equipment.

Performed PMs, CMs, and Ems on a daily basis on the equipment

Provide feedback to engineering on how a new part is performing or any safety concerns that might have risen.

Ensure machinery is running in a fashion that does not effect quality of our products. M.I.T for cell 1

I was a Maintenance Apprentice for Baxter from June 2016 until May 2017. My duties as an apprentice ranged from rebuilding parts to performing P.Ms.

Worked for 6 weeks in the electrical shop learning how to diagnose and repair circuit boards, installation of new electrical service to offices.

Worked for 6 weeks in the machine and welding shops, learning how to tig weld and how to fabricate new parts using various machines to perform the task. P.T. for Fill line 9

My main job was to run the line, which included but was not limited to, insuring that I had enough employees to operate the line at full capacity, filling out all appropriate paper work in a timely manner without making mistakes, Perform maintenance on all machinery during the shift in a safe and timely manner as to not lose production. Performed Quality checks on all product on my line to ensure that our I.V. bags were up to company standards. I am proficient in A.S.400 as I needed to perform employee time management to ensure all employees time was correct. My time with Baxter as a Production Technician also included volunteering to work every Friday night alongside B4 mechanics, this was to assist them in repairs and to perform P.Ms. and to better understand all the equipment and get the training I needed from a mechanic to better perform my own repairs.

Alternate Senior Handler for pack line 7/1

As a packing handler, my job consisted of running a carton erector, manually packing of boxes, and unloading trucks of product. Perform Quality checks on all product entering my area and leaving my area to ensure product packaging was to company standards. My other job in packing was a senior handler when my senior handler was out or needed to be off the line. I had to run the line, fill out all the appropriate paper work, perform maintenance when machines break or needed adjusting, and perform the quality checks the sr handler performs.

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10/2012-07/2013 Toney’s car and truck Asheville N.C. Automotive Technician

My job required me to diagnose, disassemble, replace defective parts and reassemble vehicles in a timely manner

Was required to do state inspections on vehicles according to state laws in N.C. Other responsibilities of this job was to perform computer diagnostics on all makes and models of vehicles and use electrical schematics to pinpoint electrical issues 05/2007-10/2012 Curtis Hi Tech Asheville N.C.


As manager I was required to oversee daily operations, order all parts and inform customers of what repairs were needed on their vehicles.

Was in charge of creating all technician worksheets for each vehicle that entered the shop.

Had to ensure that all technicians did their jobs properly and to ensure that all customers were satisfied with the quality of work.

Responsibilities of technician were to perform mechanical diagnoses and computer/electrical diagnosis using the correct equipment and laptop to do so. 10/2007-03/2011 AMF Star lanes Asheville N.C.

B mechanic

Second in charge of facilities, and head mechanic over all pinsetters.

Was required to do all maintenance on machinery, and log every part and service that was made to machine.

Had to do emergency repairs during operation while bowling leagues were bowling and do fixes in a fast but safe way.




A.C. Reynolds High School

Received special recognition for being the only

student to pass all automotive requirement tests

for the state of North Carolina.

Proficient in Email, Microsoft word, excel,power

point, and Poms.

1 year of welding training in HS

8 years of on the job electronic diagnosis and

diagram reading

Proper lock out tag out training to perform

repairs safely

45 tooling u classes centered around plc, motors,

robots, general electric, and leadership

Platinum score on my CRTs

Asheville, N.C.

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