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Diesel Technician

Location:
Hiram, GA
Salary:
35.00hr
Posted:
May 20, 2020

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RAYMOND CRIDER

*** **** **** *****, ** ***** 770-***-**** addcoc@r.postjobfree.com

DIESEL & HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC & TECHNICIAN

Dynamic qualified and highly ethical Diesel and Heavy Equipment Mechanic and Technician with more than 26 years experience overseeing diverse truck diagnosing and repair projects for all types of heavy-duty diesel trucks.

Excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills; ability to build rapport with clients and technicians and succeed in high-pressure, challenging and deadline-driven service environments.

Clearance Level: Secret Security Clearance Posted on DISCO in JPAS

Detroit Diesel, Mack, Peterbuilt, Caterpillar, Kenworth, Eaton & International Factory Certifications.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

End-To-End Project Oversight

Foundation in Heavy Machinery

Extensive Tool Inventory

Conus & Oconus Military Experience

Heavy Duty Diesel Truck Diagnosing

Diverse Areas of Truck Repair

Customer Service

Team Leadership

Crew Scheduling

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Jensens Concrete Pumping, Marietta, Ga September 1, 2019 – January 29,2020

Technician: In charge of a fleet of concrete pumping equipment, and medium – heavy duty trucks. Also performed maintenance on contracted pumps and equipment from other companies. In charge of maintaining a stock of PM (Preventive Maintenance) parts, filters, hoses, etc. Replaced electrical and hydraulic systems by following manufactures schematics.

Overseeing the planning and scheduling of all repair work to increase productivity.

Consistently monitoring the maintenance shop inventory control system to ensure necessary equipment and parts levels are maintained and purchases are within budget.

Making sure invoices and paperwork were properly processed.

Made sure fleet trucks and equipment were DOT certified and pumping equipment met EPA standards.

GARDA CASH LOGISTICS, Smyrna, Ga. September 7, 2018 — August 21, 2019

Supervisor: Currently supervising technicians in the maintenance shop including such responsibilities as: Conducting daily shop huddles, fleet walks, coaching/counseling all technician levels on performance or corrective actions and executing hiring or termination decisions in accordance with Human Resources and appropriate management.

Responsible for directly supervising A, B, and C level technicians ensuring that all repair and maintenance work is performed in a safe, efficient and timely manner.

Overseeing the planning and scheduling of all repair work to increase productivity.

Monitoring operational performance and efficiency. Then intuitively take action to redirect activities appropriately if necessary.

Performing inspections of outside repairs to ensure all work was properly completed in accordance with the Company’s safety and compliance procedures and federal and state regulations

Consistently monitoring the maintenance shop inventory control system to ensure necessary equipment and parts levels are maintained and purchases are within budget.

Dillion Transport Logistics, Atlanta, Ga November 5, 2016- September 3, 2018

Technician: Responsible for performing routine maintenance, DOT inspections, filter changes, truck greasing’s, electrical systems PM, gauge A/C inspections, while overseeing all aspects of managing, training, and scheduling staff. Removed and repaired cylinder heads, starters, breaks, air impact wrenches, air guns, utilizing torque wrenches and proper hand tools.

Installed clutches, breaks, batteries, injectors, and injection and drive train

Performing inspections of outside repairs to ensure all work was properly completed in accordance with the company’s safety and compliance procedures and federal and state regulations

Consistently monitoring the maintenance shop inventory control system to ensure necessary equipment and parts levels are maintained and purchases within budget.

Verified and diagnosed ECM electrical systems of vehicle using computers.

Confirmed engine codes with computer software and power tools.

GARDA CASH LOGISTICS, Smyrna, Ga. June 1, 2014 — September 7,2016

Supervisor: Currently supervising technicians in the maintenance shop including such responsibilities as: Conducting daily shop huddles, fleet walks, coaching/counseling all technician levels on performance or corrective actions, and executing hiring or termination decisions in accordance with Human Resources and appropriate management.

Responsible for directly supervising A, B, and C level technicians ensuring that all repair and maintenance work is performed in a safe, efficient and timely manner.

Overseeing the planning and scheduling of all repair work to increase productivity.

Monitoring operational performance and efficiency. Then intuitively take action to redirect activities appropriately if necessary.

Performing inspections of outside repairs to ensure all work was properly completed in accordance with the Company’s safety and compliance procedures and federal and state regulations

Consistently monitoring the maintenance shop inventory control system to ensure necessary equipment and parts levels are maintained and purchases are within budget.

IDEAL INNOVATIONS INC., Arlington, VA May 26, 2012 — July 1, 2013

Department of Defense Contractor - Technician charged with performing preventative maintenance on mine rollers and inspecting IED defeat systems and warfighter equipment, which utilizes knowledge learned as a Conus and Oconus technician. Assesses and repairs hydraulic cylinders and pumps, electrical and hydraulic valves, shocks bushings, and stabilizing arms.

Successfully installed hydraulic pumps, hoses, cylinder valve bodies, electrical harnesses, valves, and trailing and stabilizing arms.

Meticulously diagnoses electrical valves, computer and software-based hydraulic pumps, air tools, and power tools.

Contributes expertise in IED Defeat, MatVs, warfighter equipment, MRAP, Cougars, Spark II, Tech Insertion II, Idealinnovations, and mine rollers.

ARNOLD TRANSPORTATION Austell, GA June 1, 2010 — August 2011

Supervisor: responsible for working on trucks and dispatch work, while managing and mentoring personnel. Provided on-the-job training for technicians on trucks and dispatch work. Scheduled team members and maximized resources to fulfill project duties on time. Ensured quality assurance and promoted the use of proper hand tools for each repair.

Oversaw the proper installation and torqueing of cylinder heads, brakes, and transmission by technicians.

Assisted technicians in using the proper diagnostic computer equipment to troubleshoot electrical systems of engines, EMC, and handhold scan tools

Contributed knowledge in Peterbuilt, Kenworth, International, and Mack vehicles and equipment, and Heavy Equipment Tractors.

Repaired Freightliners, Cascadia Chassies, Navistar Internal Chassies, and Huie Fuel Pumps.

MHC KENWORTH Mableton, GA Jan. 5, 2005 — July 10, 2010

Technician: Responsible for performing routine maintenance, DOT inspections, filter changes, truck greasings, electrical systems PM, gauge A/C inspections, while overseeing all aspects of managing, training, and scheduling staff. Removed and repaired cylinder heads, starters, brakes, air impact wrenches, air guns utilizing torque wrenches and proper hand tools.

Installed clutches, brakes, batteries, injectors, and injection Huei pumps.

Verified and diagnosed ECM electrical systems of vehicles using computers.

Confirmed engine codes with computer software and power tools.

Repaired of Navistar International, Isuzu, Peterbuilts, Kenworth, and Mack vehicles and equipment.

HARLEY DAVIDSTON OF ATLANTA, Lithia Springs, GA July 1, 2002 — Dec. 10, 2004

Technician dedicated to working with bike owners to set up new bikes to manufacturer specifications, performing routine maintenance checks, and ensuring a positive service experience. Managed and mentored team members. Effectively used hand tools to replace brakes, and verified end play using a Dial Indicator.

Obtained clearance using special hand tools for Feeler Gauge tune-ups.

Utilized special equipment tools and Dial Indicator’s hand tools to install tires.

Investigated wiring issues with a Volt/OHM meter.

Adjusted valves with a dial indicator during engine work.

KENWORTH OF ATLANTA Mableton, GA 1999 – 2002

Truck Driver/Technician

LJL MACK Atlanta, GA 1997 - 1999

Truck Driver/Technician

NALLEY MOTOR TRUCKS Kennesaw, GA 1992 – 1997

Supervisor/Technician

EDUCATION

Diploma, Coosa Valley Technical Diesel School (1982)

Diploma, Coosa Valley Vocational Technical Automobile School (1977)

Diploma, Cave Springs High School

CERTIFICATIONS & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

CDL License Class AM

Peterbuilt HVAC, 320 Electrical and Wiring Certification

Eaton Roadranger Anti Lock Braking System Certified, Transmission Service & Repair 13 & 18 Speed

Eaton Mobile Diagnostic Certified

IMACA Certified

International ABS, Bendix ABS, Electrical System Analysis, Truck Tips D & E, Customer Satisfaction Program

Detroit Diesel DDEC III/IV

Mack Trucks Electrical

Caterpillar Computer Fundamentals

SPECIAL RECOGNITION

Kenworth Professional Service Award (2001)



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