Marion, IA ***** firstname.lastname@example.org
Experience Mar 2017 - Mar 2018 LogCom II MEF Camp Lejeune, NC Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic [WG-10]
• Performed functions to upgrade serviceability of military equipment and components to required standards. Work elements include but are not limited to disassembly, limited technical inspections, preventative and corrective maintenance, repair/rebuild, modification, fabrication, trouble-shooting, alignment, reassembly, testing, preservation and preparation for shipment.
• Worked on various types of Heavy Equipment and Motor Transportation Equipment.
• Work met or exceeded established quality standards and time allowances.
• Interpreted and worked from oral instructions, blueprints, schematics, sketches, engineering instructions, technical directives, and guidance cited to perform standard tasks and special operations.
• Determined appropriate steps to be followed in completion of tasks.
• Worked independently with minimal assistance in interpreting and complying with instructions.
• Demonstrated understanding of organizational goals, policies, and procedures concerning assigned tasks.
• Communicated with supervisor, leader, and coworkers regarding work related issues.
• Conducted on-the-job training for active military and civilian personnel.
• Observed safety rules in maintenance, work areas, and equipment to reduce risk of injury of self and others.
• Disposed of hazardous waste/material according to prescribed procedures. Seeking employment that will enable me to use my military experience and knowledge.
June 2007 – Feb 2017 Highway Equipment Co. Cedar Rapids, IA Assembler II
• Routinely insert and remove fixtures into the Verson.
• Attach and disconnect different fixtures to the Hines bender and then use the Parker machines to deburr and flare the ends of the tubes to create smooth edges. I then complete the hydraulic tubes by putting the connecting nuts and sleeves on the ends.
• Use the Milwaukee mill to do a variety of different functions from milling the edges of parts to specific degrees to notching grooves in solid rods to slide on a gear.
• Design fixtures and mig weld them together to keep the desired shape.
• Assist in marking and cutting many parts on each of the shears to specific measurements and angles for use on sheets of stainless steel and carbon.
• Assist on the brake presses in bending many parts from side sheets to multiple mini parts made of stainless steel and carbon.
• Stretch, drill and rivet different lengths of rubber belt and attach to metal lengths of chain bar in the belt room.
• Assemble various spinner and spreader assemblies.
• In gear case, assemble single and double pinion gear cases, idlers, drive shafts and a variety of simple and complex valves.
Jan 2006 - May 2007 United States Marine Corps Albany, GA Engineer Equipment Chief
• Supervise production operations to improve production and adherence to policies.
• Inspect work progress on equipment and construction sites.
• Coordinate and schedule activities to make sure sites are adhering to protocol.
• Trained new staff and other sites in policy and procedures.
• Inspected Tool Room Inventories and procedures, Calibration Operations and procedures and Layette Bins.
• Extensive knowledge in hydraulics, suspensions, gear boxes, bearings, spindles, engines, fuel pumps, starters, alternators and transmissions. Oct 2002 - Jan 2006 United States Marine Corps Peoria, IL Inspector Instructor Heavy Equipment Chief
• Inspected equipment and made sure they were in proper operating condition.
• Repaired several different types of military equipment.
• Supervised new staff and assisted senior enlisted and officers
• Ordered inventory and kept track of warehouse supply
• Trained mechanics and operators on the policies and procedures of the Marine Corps Heavy Equipment field
Oct 2000 – Oct 2002 United States Marine Corps Camp Lejeune, NC Floor Chief
• Ordered inventory and supplied warehouse.
• Rebuilt different types of engines transmissions, starters, alternators and fuel pumps for deployment readiness.
• Operated DYNO equipment to test engines.
Oct 1999 - Oct 2000 United States Marine Corps Okinawa, Japan Engineer Equipment Mechanic
• Inspected vehicles, identified parts needed, ordered parts and applied repair parts.
• Corrective and Preventative Maintenance, Before During and After Checks.
• Inventory tools and repair parts.
May 1997 – Sept 1999 United States Marine Corps Camp Lejeune, NC Basic Engineer Equipment Mechanic
• LTI, research parts, order parts, apply parts, test operation, close out order.
• Inspect gear, Before During and After Checks, test oil, radiator fluid.
• Change tires, install windows and seals, and complete 50, 100, 500, 1000 hour PM.
Nov 1994–Nov 1996 Watkins Engineers & Constructors Tallahassee, FL Carpenter
• Completed daily operations for contractors.
• Operated heavy machinery.
• Assisted in all basic construction activities.
Military Service Nov 1996 – May 2007 United States Marine Corps Enlisted SSgt/E-6 – Engineer Equipment Mechanic, Chief Education Kirkwood Community College Cedar Rapids, IA Associates in Arts Degree 2016
Achievements Apr 2001- To Present Award/MARINE CORPS GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL
Apr 2003- To Present Award/PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION- NAVY
July 2002- To Present Award/NAVY MARINE CORPS
May 2003- To Present Award/GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM EXPEDITIONARY MEDAL
Nov 2004- To Present Award/GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM SERVICE MEDAL
Aug 2002- To Present Award/NAVY MERITORIOUS UNIT
May 2002- To Present Award/NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL
Sept 2000- To Present Award/SEA SERVICE DEPLOYMENT RIBBON
May 2002- To Present Award/NAVY UNIT COMMENDATION
Standardized Tests 5/10/1995 ASVAB
• GT-101 MM-101 CL-92 EL-90
Training Jan 2007- To Present Leadership/Leadership Training
• Completed several courses in leadership development within the military. 1/1/2004 – 5/31/2007 Supervisory Level United States Operational Risk Marine Corps
• Training – Supervisory Level Operational Risk Management (ORM)
• Certificates – Supervisory Level Operational Risk Management (ORM) Certificate
1/1/2006 – 5/31/2007 CPR / AED United States
• Training – CPR / AED
• Certificates – CPR / AED Card
12/1/2004 – 5/31/2007 Reserve Engineer United States Equipment Supervisor Marine Corps
• Training – Load Lifting, Equipment Repair Order and Shopping List, SL 1-2 and SL 1-3
• Certificates – Reserve Engineer Equipment Supervisor (1349) 1/1/2001 – 5/31/2007 Engine and Power Trains United States Engine Rebuilding Marine Corps
• Training – Engine and Power Trains Engine Rebuilding
• Certificates – Engine and Power Trains Engine Rebuilding Certificate 9/1/2000 – 5/31/2007 Hazmat Qualified Through United States OSHA / EPA Marine Corps
• Training – Hazmat
• Certificates – Hazmat Qualified Certificate
2/1/1997 – 5/15/1997 Engineer School United States Marine Corps
• Training – Engineer Equipment Repairer, Automotive Electrical System Repair, Diesel Equipment Repair, Heavy Equipment Repair
• Certificates – Engineer Equipment Repairer, Automotive Electrical System Repair, Diesel Equipment Repair, Heavy Equipment Repair Skills/Interests Licenses
Iowa Class B CDL, Drivers License, D7G Dozer, 1150E Dozer, 1155 Dozer, 130G Road Grader, 644 TRAM, EBFL, TEREX, SKY TRAC, 7 Ton Crane, 25 Ton Crane, Scraper, Compactor, Runway Sweeper, RTCH, Excavator
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, Email, Tax Wise Soft Ware Equipment
Computer, Fax, Scan, Print
Can fix as well as operate all pieces of equipment: D7G Dozer, 1150E Dozer, 1155 Dozer, 130G Road Grader, 644 TRAM, EBFL, TEREX, SKY TRAC, 7 Ton Crane, 25 Ton Crane, Scraper, Compactor, Runway Sweeper, RTCH, Excavator
Soccer, Baseball, Football, Golf, Wrestling, Cars, Motorcycles References
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