Phone: 512-***-**** firstname.lastname@example.org
To contribute relevant experience and unique perspective to a challenging management position in Contracting, Project Management, Automotive Maintenance, and Training.
Personal Attributes and Competencies Skills
-Disciplined and well organized in work habits, strong time management skills along with a talent to manage multiple projects simultaneously and function smoothly under pressure
-Resourceful problem solver with extensive analytical skills in constantly changing environments
-Thrives in a competitive, challenging environment with strong organizational skills
-Ability to self-learn any subject or procedure.
-Communicates well with business meetings, easily establishing rapport and gaining client confidence
-Extensive experience as instructor, lecturer, administrator, and on use of Windows software packages
-Experienced and efficient in lean sigma 6 project management, methods, principles, and practices
-Implementation of Safety and Environment programs including OSHA and the EPA
25 years of experience and 19 years of experience in upper level maintenance management and logistics for the US Army and private industry, developing a comprehensive knowledge of maintenance management techniques.
2017- CURRENT BALCONES RESOURCES, Austin, Texas- Fleet Maintenance Supervisor
Responsible for the day to day operation and maintenance of all equipment to include 35 trucks, 18 forklifts, 3 front loaders, 27 trailers, and various other equipment.
Troubleshoots, diagnoses, researches and orders parts, and installs parts on all equipment
Responsible for coordination and movement of equipment when outside servicing is required.
Assists in actively meeting budget requirements and minimizing costs whenever possible.
Responsible for tracking maintenance costs and repairs, warranty claims, and identifying systemic maintenance issues and reporting them
2016-2017 FREIGHTLINER OF AUSTIN, Austin, Texas- Senior Mechanic/ Technical Inspector
Troubleshoots, diagnoses and repairs Freightliner vehicles to include Detroit diesel and MBE engines.
Repairs and rebuilds engines, axles, and subassemblies as required.
Attained and maintained system certifications to make warranty repairs and obtain expert certifications.
2014-2016 PROGRESSIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT, Austin, Texas- Senior Mechanic
Responsible for performing repairs and servicing roll-off equipment, and waste collection equipment.
Performed road calls to make on the spot repairs quickly and efficiently to keep trucks running.
Repaired and fabricated hydraulic equipment to include making weld repairs.
2010-2013 MANTECH INTERNATIONAL, Jelawur, Walton, Afghanistan- Site Supervisor
Responsible for performing repairs and servicing Buffalo’s, RG-31, Husky, JERRV, Prophet and like equipment insuring that the vehicles are mission ready while working in a harsh environment.
Utilized the LogMastre system to compile and analyze workload data to determine proper utilization of workforce as well as inputting data to manage and track parts, open and close work orders, and manage reports.
Installs, troubleshoots, adjusts, replaces, repairs, and rewires electrical systems and components, such as ignitions, signals, lights, and electrical controls, including computer-controlled components
2009-2010 LEAR SIEGLER SERVICES INC, Balad, Iraq- Production Lead for Tarp and/Add on Armor/ FRAG 7
Responsible for repair and installation of upgraded suspension of Frag 7 and other add on armor systems as well as sustainment mechanical repairs to achieve ISO 9001 Quality Management guideline certification.
Supervised and directed 50 people in production per government inspection to include Third Country Nationals.
2008 LEAR SIEGLER SERVICES INC, Al Taqaddum, Iraq-Fuel & Electric Foreman
Responsible for the repair of fuel supply pumps, fuel injectors, governors, wiring harnesses, alternators, generators starters, and regulators.
Created, maintained, and closed work orders and for all repairs and maintained inventories.
Worked with Green and Black Belt to help streamline operations for ISO 9001 compliance in theatre operations.
2006-2007 R&L CARRIERS, Baltimore, MD- Area Supervisor/ Shop Foreman
Supervisor in the maintenance and inspection of over 82 tractors, 120 trailers, 15 tow motors, and other various pieces of equipment totally restructured daily shop operations including the requisitions of parts, services, technical maintenance, diagnostics, and repairs.
Inspects and troubleshoots equipments to assess condition and diagnose
2005-2006 KOON’S CHEVROLET, White Marsh, MD- Senior Automotive Technician
Performed work outlined on work orders with efficiency and accuracy, in accordance with dealership and factory standards.
Diagnosed malfunctions and performed repairs.
Performed routine maintenance, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs, and knowledge of General Motors products and various other makes and models maintaining 100 percent overall customer satisfaction level.
2003-2005 U.S ARMY, APG, MD- Senior Instructor/ Writer/ Senior Executive Administrator
Responsible for development and implementation of technical curriculum’s presenting basic, advanced, and executive levels of instruction for new soldiers learning their military occupational specialty and instructors on technical maintenance, theory, application, diagnostics, and repair procedures.
Outstanding talent and competence in the daily operations of battalion sized unit in planning, developing, and implementation stages of training upkeep of records.
Developed training program for new employees in addition to proficiency training for senior instructors earning recommendation for Instructor of the Year.
2002-2003 U.S ARMY, Iraq- Automotive Supervisor/Platoon Sergeant
Directly managed and balanced an annual budget of over 2.6 million dollars.
Chosen to develop, implement, and instruct readiness certification courses for brigade size element to prepare over 1500 soldiers for war directly resulting in a more disciplined force contributing to zero casualties during combat operations.
Conducted assessment studies of facilities configuration, maintenance operations, and equipment/personnel utilization for the Operation Forces Commander that directly enabled a more effective utilization of forces.
Responsible for all maintenance and repairs on equipment brought into the shop
Performed various maintenance tasks such as troubleshooting, repairs, parts requisitions, and modifications as needed
2002 U.S ARMY, Kosovo- QA/QC Inspector/ NATO Executive Liaison
Quality Control and Assurance Inspector for logistics in support of First Brigade Combat Team in Kosovo.
Bodyguard and driver for diplomats. Developed and implemented certification training adopted by NATO as policy as well as standardizing standard operating procedures for daily operations and inspections.
Assisted in planning, rehearsal, and execution of all Joint Implementation Commission and bilateral meetings.
Responsible for turn-in of recoverable items to shop.
Performed initial and final inspection on vehicles for 3rd BCT in Kosovo.
Ordered repair parts and enforced proper installment of major A’s for 3rd BCT.
Troubleshot various types of military equipment, prepared ECOD’s and MWO’s.
2000-2002 U.S ARMY, Fort Stewart, GA- Quality Control Inspector/ Battalion Financial Counselor
Performed duties as Shop Foreman/ Section Manager in diagnosing, troubleshooting, and repairing of heavy and light wheeled and track vehicles.
Supervised all shop operations. Restructured repair part inventory process, resulting in over $54,000 in annual savings providing improved customer support.
Maintained fleet equipment at 98 percent operational rate with an average of 200,000 fleet miles a year.
Developed financial readiness plans and budgets to assist soldiers with indebtedness and financial counseling.
1998 U.S ARMY, Camp Taszar, Hungry- Unit Movement/ Logistics Operations Specialist
Highly committed and creative in coordinating all logistical movements for Department of the Army resulting in the successful deployment and redeployment of over 3500 soldiers daily from Europe to the Balkan region.
1995-1999 U.S ARMY, Fort Campbell, KY Senior Technician/ Administrative Officer
Effective and responsible as team leader in within specified timeline.
Committed to problem solving and repair of equipment resulting in cost reduced unit efficiency.
Restructured maintenance program and repair procedures resulting in saving over 700,000 dollars.
Adjusts, disassembles, and repairs or rebuilds drum and disc braking systems, valves, master cylinders, and pneumatic or other hydraulic controls.
Repaired various track and wheeled vehicle systems to maintain fleet operations at 10/20 standards
Performed detailed troubleshooting for electrical systems, modifications and repairs
1994-1996 CENTRAL GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Macon, GA
Associates Degree in Automotive Technology/ Auto Body Technician
1998/ 2003 DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, Germany
Army Maintenance Management Course/ Advanced Instructors Course
2001-2002 SAVANNAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE, Savannah, GA
Bachelors of Applied Technology Program
2001-2003 ARMSTRONG ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, Savannah, GA
Georgia Basic Law Enforcement Training Course
2004-2005 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY, Fort Sill, OK
2005-2007 ASHFORD UNIVERSITY, Clinton, IA
Bachelor’s Degree program in Business Management Program
2018- current ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, Phoenix, AR
ACCREDITATIONS AND SPECIALIZED TRAINING
Experience with welding and cutting, working on CAT, Detroit Diesel dealer certification, Cummins, Mack, International, and Volvo systems, GM dealer certification.
Initial Response Hazardous Material Certified
Extensive computer training on various platforms, Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint
Previous A.S.E. Certifications in Brakes, Steering and Suspension, Diesel Engines, Air Conditioning
OSHA and HAZMAT training
Class A CDL license
Certified Military Instructor