Carey M. Morrow
Watauga, TX *****
979-***-**** email@example.com Linkedin url
EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT DIESAL MECHANIC
Diesel Mechanic Supervisor with 15 years of experience. KEY SKILLS
• Management • HMI and Semi’s programing
• DOT inspector • Hydraulics system: Closed and Open loop
• Punctual • Servicing Writing
• Leadership • Recruitment and Hiring
• Responsible • D-Deck diagnostic software
• Dependable • Cummins Insight
• Forklift repair
• DPF System
• PM Services
• Electronic control module
• Engine Repair Gas/Diesel
• Pneumatics Compressors/Actuators
• Clutch Rebuild
• Gearbox Rebuild
• A/C Certified
• Brake Systems and Modules
Schlumberger, City/ST July 2005 – April 2020
Diesel Mechanic Supervisor, January 2014-April 2020
• Safeguarded that the facility was up to federal regulations and safety standards.
• Confirmed the shop is properly staffed by reviewing time off request, absences and adjusting as needed.
• Tracked certification dates, scheduled classes for renewals and tracking workers progress to ensure technical certifications are obtained as required by company guidelines.
• Evaluated and verified employee performance through the review of completed assigned work and work techniques.
• Assisted workers in diagnosing malfunctions in machinery, hydraulic, pneumatic and other equipment based on observation of machinery and applying knowledge from past experience.
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• Prepared cost and material estimates.
• Inspected, tested and adjusted equipment.
• Conducted interviews, hired and on-boarded new employees and mentored new hires.
• Managed parts and inventory and monitored work orders. Lead Diesel Mechanic, July 2005 –January 2014
• Worked in the field, on an oil platforms and onsite workshops in various locations in and outside the United States.
• Repaired, replaced and maintained diesel engines, tractor trailer repair chassis, pumps and braking system.
• Performed monthly, semi-annual, and annual preventive maintenance procedures. Using hand tools, precision measuring instruments and machine tools.
• Executed daily operations of vehicle readiness.
• Wrote and produced work orders for down or repaired vehicles. EDUCATION & TRAINING
Universal Technical Institute - Program competition in Diesel and Industrial Technology Universal Technical Institute - Program competition in Diesel Electronic Engine Controls Schlumberger-Mechanical training completed for (SMT)-1, (SMT)-2, (SMT)-3, and (TS3)-4. Commented [A5]: Add you Associates degree from UTI and Blinn College!