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Maintenance Technician Room Operator

Texarkana, TX
November 04, 2022

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Christopher McGary

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Nash, TX ***569


Country of Citizenship: United States

Veteran’s Preference: No

Registered for Selective Service: Yes

Security Clearance: No


Taylor Lawn Service 01/15/2017-09/15/2020

Texarkana, Texas, US Hours per week: 40-55

Lawn Service Technician

Supervisor: Mr. Cory Meadows


Contact: Yes

Met with potential and future customers to give recommendations of services that would be needed. Negotiated prices and compiled schedule for services. Ensured that equipment was serviced and in working condition once at job site.

Monitored the quality of landscaping, prevented and controlled weeds. Was responsible for mowing, edging, laying mulch down, trimmed shrubs and small trees, kept the lawn free from pests, insects and debris that was blown off the walking areas. Planned the layout of the lawn, planted different kinds of ornamental plants, shrubs, and flowers in order to create a great and pleasing design. Used a wide variety of natural elements like soil, brick, and stone to create various shaped and beds. Enhanced the design of landscaping by creating elevations and installing water designs and features. Used the proper fertilizers and chemicals to keep lawns healthy for even heights.

River Valley Animal Food 07/01/2016-01/15/2017

Texarkana, Arkansas, US Hours per week: 40

Press Room Operator/Production

Supervisor: Mr. Ray Howard


Contact: Yes

Independently monitored machines ensuring that the machines were working properly in pressing processed meat into consumption for dogs. Cleaned and sanitized equipment after each shift. Worked primarily in the pressroom and was responsible for meeting production quotas while observing the highest standards of safety and quality. Performed product inspection at the source. Evaluated meat for conformance to quality standards. Reported production issues to the Supervisor.

Innovative Trailer 02/15/2016-04/18/2016

Texarkana, Texas, US Hours per week: 40


Supervisor: Mr. Alex Harper


Contact: Yes

Assembled diesel trailers. Received trailers and list of adjustments to correct or make repairs to units, assemblies, or parts that were possible without a complete disassembly and rebuild of trailers. Installed decals, straps, and applicable kit items. Followed all safety rules and regulations. Worked independently to forward production. Handled, stored, and disposed of hazardous material. Received, unloaded, and processed incoming shipments, reporting over, short, or damaged conditions. Checked and visually and physically examined a variety of incoming material. Assembled items into groups based on information shown on the receiving vouchers and segregated material according to such factors as condition, type of transaction, or property class and routed along appropriate processing lines.

Mayo MFG Corporation 01/16/2014-02/28/2016

Texarkana, Texas, US Hours per week: 40

Mill Worker

Supervisor: Mr. Lance Lamb


Contact: Yes

Independently keyed in programs into the computer that coincided with the Accu-Router Cutting machine. Separated the sheets of plywood by used of hammer by removing the wood tabs that were holding each piece together. Removed tabs by use of band saw. Packed and repacked a variety of items for shipment utilizing a wide variety of standard packing materials, methods, and techniques. Determined appropriated method of packing based on the type of commodity/item to be packed. Assured correctness of shipping documents by checking stock number, nomenclature, quality, etc. Selected containers from a variety of standard sized containers. Determined type of cushioning material or devices to use to prevent shifting or breakage of material/item being shipped.

Conway Furniture 07/12/2013-10/18/2013

Texarkana, Texas, US Hours per week: 40

Warehouse Worker

Supervisor: Mr. Jimmy Conway


Contact: Yes

Initiated and conducted overall warehouse storage management plan. Utilized techniques to select proper storage locations, warehouse materials and assembled items for shipment in accordance with shipping requests, heights, widths, and weights at which items may be stacked on pallets in locations to precent tipping, crushing, or other damage. Insured that materials were loaded on the carrier in such a manner as to prevent damage during transport and expediate handling.

Relocated furniture to different destinations to give the customer a better vision of the merchandise. Loaded furniture for customer in privately owned vehicles.

Red River Army Depot 05/01/2001-0315/2008

Texarkana, Texas, US Hours per week: 40

Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic

Supervisor: Mr. Norm Lytle


Contact: Yes

While deployed to Iraq I performed the full scope of maintenance, repair, rebuild and modification and initial inspection of the MRAP vehicles. Utilized a variety of gauges and instruments to determine if the engine could be repaired by pre-shop method. Repaired the RG- 33, RG-31, IMG Basic Caiman, Cougar CAT 1, and Cougar CAT 2.When items are removed and repair accomplished in specialty shops, repaired components or replacements are reinstalled, adjusted and aligned on the vehicle . Perform rebuild/repair, assembly, adjustment, troubleshooting, and applicable functional test of major mechanical systems and components for heavy mobile vehicle systems. Diagnosed malfunctions of defective units and repaired or replaced items as required. Performed diagnostic, overhauled, rebuilt, and repaired work on a variety of material handling equipment. Researched parts and components using the appropriate technical and repair manuals, and manufactures’ catalogs. Recorded all work accomplished on work orders and vehicle/equipment records. Selected and complied with appropriate repair specifications and procedures. Fitted and installed parts, such as pistons, valves, bearings, gears and cylinders to appropriate tolerances. Made changes and modifications in accordance with specifications and guidelines. Connected meshes, aligned and adjusted items and systems to assure proper operation of the complete system or vehicle.

Transported materials and parts from one location to a specific destination by use of tow motor and forklift. Towed damaged and undamaged vehicles to the line for assembly or disassembly. Loaded and transported pallets, engines, and transmissions onto semi and bob trucks in route to locations.


Liberty Eylau High School, Texarkana, TX

High School Diploma 05/1998

Job Related Training:

Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials, Forklift, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); Safe Lifting Techniques; Eye and Hearing Safety, Microsoft Office Suite, CNC, Maintenance Technician, CNC Milling Machine, Quality Control, Inspection

Language Skills:









Additional Information:

Ability to do the work of a Maintenance Technician without more than normal supervision, Knowledge of Equipment Assembly, Installation, Repair, and Materials etc. Ability to Perform Technical Practices and Troubleshoot Problems; Ability to Interpret Instructions, Specifications, etc. (Includes blueprint reading) Ability to Use and Maintain Tools and Equipment; ability to Interpret Instructions, Specifications, etc. (related to perform maintenance technician)


Forklift 15k, Tow Motor

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