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Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Location:
Texarkana, Texas, United States
Posted:
January 01, 2017

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Brandon Smith

**** ******* **. ***. ****

Texarkana, TX 75503 US

Mobile: 903******* - Ext:

Mobile: 870******* - Ext:

Email: acx2y3@r.postjobfree.com

Availability:

Job Type: Permanent, Temporary, Term

Work Schedule: Full-Time

Work Experience:

Red River Army Depot

100 James Carlow Dr.

Texarkana, TX 75507 United States

09/2014 - Present

Salary: 22.01 USD Per Hour

Hours per week: 60

Series: 5803 Pay Plan: WG Grade: 10

This a time-limited appointment or temporary promotion

Heavy Equipment Mechanic (This is a federal job)

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Duties consist of making adjustments such as aligning, replacing parts or components to correct problems. I also perform repairs that is accomplished without the removal of major components such as replacement of blowers, injector pumps, injectors steer differentials, final drives, shim packs, electronic control modules, and wiring harnesses. I utilize blueprints/schematics, technical publications; Depot Maintenance Work Requests (DMWRs) or National Work Maintenance Requirements (NWMRs), Scope of Work (SOW) or Shop Work Instruction (SWI) as required. My repairs can range from minor adjustments to complete overhaul. I work in a facility which can consist of a in-process, test track, or shipping operations to perform duties involving troubleshooting, adjustments, and tune ups of assembled heavy equipment. I perform visual inspections on vehicles to identify missing parts of deficiencies prior to release from my work station. I repair defects such as hydraulic leaks, fuel leaks, oil leaks, water leaks, and air leaks. I utilize a variety of tools to accomplish my tasks that includes but not limited to gauges, instruments, micrometers, bore scopes, dial bore gauges, straight edges, dye penetrants, depth gauges, multi-meters, amp gauges, etc. I visually inspect cargo beds on MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicles to determine repairs needed, that can range from minor repairs to completely rebuilding cargo beds. I also perform the installation of engines into vehicles along with ensuring that starter wires are properly connected. Supervisor: Shane Woods (903-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

URS

100 James Carlow Dr.

Texarkana, TX 75507 United States

07/2014 - 09/2014

Salary: 20.91 USD Per Hour

Hours per week: 40

Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

I performed a variety of duties on MRAP vehicles, such as inspecting vehicles for defects and correcting if any. Replaced equipment parts such as ballistic glass, seals, front and crew passenger seats, belly armor and damaged or missing hardware. Also performed duties such as taking vehicles on road tests for diagnostics, removal and installation of OGPK kits, assisted with the placement of capsule onto the vehicle's frame, removed and replaced radiators, and installed new belts on vehicles when needed. I removed inspection plates from transmissions, transfer cases, and engines to adjust and examine for damage or out of round tolerances. I applied skills in the use of a variety of testing methods such as measuring, diagnostic equipment such as DSETS test equipment, STE M-1 test sets, VTA testing equipment, pressure and vacuum gauges, hydraulic, electronic system testing equipment including the DDEC III/IV system. I performed repair and overhauls on equipment having complex electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical systems. Duties consisted of overhauling fittings, bearings, gears, cylinder assemblies, hydraulic pumps, valves, clutches, and planetary gears. I applied troubleshooting methods and applicable functional tests on major mechanical and electrical systems for heavy mobile equipment vehicles.Supervisor: Jimmy Pressley (903-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

United Research Services/Red River Army Depot

100 James Carlow Dr.

Texarkana, TX 75507 United States

02/2012 - 02/2013

Salary: 20.91 USD Per Hour

Hours per week: 40

Mechanic

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Performed a full range of major repair work on heavy duty mobile equipment vehicles powered by internal combustion engines (gasoline, diesel or multi-fuel). Used a variety of hand tools as well as calibration tools. I worked on military vehicles such as the M1114 & M113 (Upper Arm), M1151 (HMMWV), M1152 (HMMWV Truck), and M996 (Ambulance). I performed a variety of tasks on these vehicles, such as installing insulation, seal plates, frequency converters, steering columns, a/c units, heaters, throttle locks, transmission control boxes, speedometer cables, shifters, handbrakes, battery boxes as well as several other components, just to name a few. Duties also consisted of inspecting, maintaining, repairing, replacing, and adjustment of MRAP’s equipment systems, subsystems, and components. I also performed tasks such as disassembly of the Mine Resistant-Ambush Protected (MRAP) capsule from its chassis and the reassembly of the capsule. I replaced equipment parts such as ballistic glass, seals, front and crew passenger seats, belly armor and damaged or missing hardware. I Also drained fluids from vehicles and prepared vehicle chassis for DRMO. I disassembled hub assemblies installing new parts, seals, and brake shoes along with ensuring hub was free of air leaks.

I supported strong environmental safety, and training programs to help keep my work environment safe for my own personal safety as well as my fellow co-workers. To ensure safety, I always remained alert for any potential safety hazards while practicing good housekeeping to maintain a nice clean work area, and always kept an eye on co-workers to make sure they were working safely. I also obtained in-depth knowledge of safety precaution measures for the HMMWV vehicles as well as the MRAP vehicles.

Supervisor: Archie Guthrie (903-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Wal Mart

4000 New Boston Rd.

Texarkana, TX 75501 United States

02/2008 - 02/2012

Salary: 10.91 USD Per Hour

Hours per week: 40

Tire Lube Technician

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Tire Lube Technician

Performed normal routine inspections on vehicles to ensure that minor components were functioning properly. I checked the threads and air pressure on tires, also changing, balancing, and rotated if needed. Made sure that headlights, taillights, and brake lights, and turn signals were in working order and also replaced bulbs is needed, Checked a variety of other items such as wiper blades, air filters, transmission fluid, brake fluid, and wiper fluid levels.

I performed basic oil changes on vehicles and vacuumed the interior of vehicles if needed. I also operated power lifting equipment such as forklifts, walkie stackers, electric pallet jacks, and scissor lifts when needed that I obtained certifications for. Handled and disposed of hazardous materials within OSHA guidelines.

Received training on several subjects such as Ethics; Sexual Harassment, Cultural Diversity, Safety films, Safe Lifting Techniques, Eye and Hearing Safety, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), Eye Wash Training, Fire Drills Evacuation Procedures just to name a few.

Supervisor: Vickki Alder (903-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Tyson Foods

276 Hemstead

Hope, AR 71801 United States

09/2007 - 02/2008

Salary: 7.35 USD Per Hour

Hours per week: 40

General Laborer

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Hung line product on hangers on the production line to while working safely to ensure that the production process ran smoothly. I shoveled ice into containers when needed, to help keep the product cold to prevent any food born bacterial diseases. I also helped packed product in boxes to prepare for the shipping process.

I practiced good housekeeping ensuring a nice clean work environment for myself as well as my co-workers.

I also received training on Safety films, Safe Lifting Techniques, Eye and Hearing Safety, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), and Material Safety Sheets (MSDS)

Supervisor: Johnny Cheatham (870-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Education:

SAU Tech Texarkana, AR United States

Technical or Occupational Certificate 12/2014

GPA: 4.0 of a maximum 4.0

Credits Earned: 75 Semester hours

Major: Aviation Maintenance Technology Minor: Applied Sciences In Aviation Technology Honors: Cum Laude

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

60 Globe Ave

Texarkana, AR 71854

Dates Attended

05/2013-12/2014

Certificate of Proficiency in Aviation Maintenance.

Certificate of Completion of Aviation Maintenance Airframe Curriculum.

Certificate of Completion of Aviation Maintenance Powerplant Curriculum.

Certificate of Completion of Aviation Maintenance General Curriculum.

Hope High School Hope, AR United States

High School or equivalent 05/2004

GPA: 2.8 of a maximum 4.0

Credits Earned: 28

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

1700 S. Main

Hope, Ar 71801

Dates Attended

08/2000-05/2004

Job Related Training:

Attended SAU Tech for Aircraft Maintenance Technology and graduated December of 2014. First Aid; Anti-Terrorism, Computer Security, Lock Out/Tag Out; Confined Space Entry; Forklift Operator Training; OSHA; Hazardous Materials, Waste Handling; HazMat; Safe Lifting Techniques; Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); Fire Drills; Fire Extinguishers; Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS); Eye Wash Stations; Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO); Sexual Harassment; Ethics; First Responder; Heat Stroke Prevention; Suicide Prevention.

References:

Name

Employer

Title

Phone

Email

Patrick Johnson Red River Army Depot

Heavy Equipment Repairer

903-***-****

Aamond Hubbard Red River Army Depot

Mechanic

903-***-****

Gregory Green Pepsico

Bulk Driver

903-***-**** Indicates professional reference

Additional Information:

05/2013-10/2014 Received training and extensive knowledge in Aircraft Maintenance Technology.



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