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auto detailer resume example with 9+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Summary

Highly-motivated employee with desire to take on new chClaireges. Strong worth ethic, adaptability and exceptional interpersonal skills. Adept at working effectively unsupervised and quickly mastering new skills.

Skills
  • Window and windshield cleaning
  • Spot and stain removal
  • Hand tools
  • Showroom maintenance
  • Special purpose cleaners
  • Engine cleaning
  • Decision-making
  • Active listening
  • Relationship building
Education and Training
Vinita High School Vinita, OK Expected in 2000 GED : - GPA :
Experience
Lithia Motors - Auto Detailer
Mcknight, PA, 04/2010 - 04/2012
  • Cleaned cars both externally and internally by hand or with use of automated equipment.
  • Waxed exterior of vehicles, removed compound with soft cloth and buffed to brilliant shine.
  • Washed wide range of vehicles each day.
Lithia Motors - Auto Detailer
North Brunswick, NJ, 04/2009 - 04/2010
  • Cleaned cars both externally and internally by hand or with use of automated equipment.
  • Waxed exterior of vehicles, removed compound with soft cloth and buffed to brilliant shine.
  • Washed wide range of vehicles each day.
  • Vacuumed vehicle interiors to remove loose dirt and debris.
  • Used cleaning, protective and restorative agents to maintain and enhance appearance of vehicles.
  • Cleaned upholstery, rugs and other surfaces with cleaning agents to remove dirt and debris.
  • Removed minor flaws in refinish using sanding and buffing.
  • Mixed cleaning solutions, abrasive compositions, or other compounds according to formulas.
  • Inspected parts, equipment or vehicles for cleanliness and damage.
  • Swept, shoveled or vacuumed debris or salvageable scrap into containers and removed from work areas.
Lithia Motors - Auto Detailer
Santa Rosa, CA, 03/2005 - 04/2009
  • Cleaned cars both externally and internally by hand or with use of automated equipment.
  • Waxed exterior of vehicles, removed compound with soft cloth and buffed to brilliant shine.
  • Washed wide range of vehicles each day.
  • Used steam cleaning equipment to remove dirt from engine and engine compartment.
  • Checked vehicles prior to service and immediately afterward to identify damages.
  • Vacuumed car interiors to remove dirt and debris.
  • Maintained cleanliness and presentation of stockroom and organized chemical racks by size, style and color for visual appeal.
  • Vacuumed vehicle interiors to remove loose dirt and debris.
  • Utilized special-purpose cleaners to foster lasting cleanliness of vehicles.
  • Cleaned upholstery, rugs and other surfaces with cleaning agents to remove dirt and debris.
  • Removed minor flaws in refinish using sanding and buffing.
  • Performed preventative maintenance to maintain proper functioning of service tools and equipment.
  • Maintained inventories of cleaning supplies.
  • Applied waxes or masking materials to vehicles to preserve, protect or restore color or condition.
  • Mixed cleaning solutions, abrasive compositions, or other compounds according to formulas.
  • Rinsed objects and placed on drying racks or used cloths, squeegees or air compressors to dry surfaces.
  • Inspected parts, equipment or vehicles for cleanliness and damage.
  • Pre-soaked or rinsed machine parts, equipment or vehicles by immersing in cleaning solutions or water.
  • Swept, shoveled or vacuumed debris or salvageable scrap into containers and removed from work areas.
  • Cleaned and polished vehicle windows.
  • Pressed buttons to activate cleaning equipment or machines.
  • Rotated handles on equipment to regulate pressure or flow of water, air, steam or abrasives from sprayer nozzles.
  • Cleaned plastic work inside cars using paintbrushes.
  • Monitored operation of cleaning machines and stopped machines or notified supervisors when malfunctions occurred.
  • Connected hoses or lines to pumps or other equipment.
  • Collected and tested samples of cleaning solutions or vapors.
  • Turned valves or disconnected hoses to eliminate water, cleaning solutions or vapors from machinery or tanks.
Vt Group - Laborer/Helper
Charleston, SC, 04/2002 - 04/2004
  • Organized and cleaned work area and tools.
  • Demonstrated best safety practices working at heights and lifting various objects.
  • Removed damaged materials and prepared surfaces for optimal installations.
  • Cleaned and prepared construction sites by removing debris and possible hazards.
  • Operated hand tools, saws, routers and sanding equipment to prepare materials and finish project surfaces.
  • Transported supplies to work sites, removed from trucks and organized for crew use.
  • Promoted team efficiency by consistently picking up excess materials and tools.
  • Loaded or unloaded building materials to distribute machinery or tools.
  • Erected and broke down scaffolding, ladders and other support structures for installations.
  • Completed measurements, layouts and job site preparation to reduce downtime.
  • Lubricated, cleaned or repaired machinery or equipment.
  • Operated equipment with strong focus on safety and ground communication.
  • Supported project planning by collecting and documenting measurements, marking installation points and cutting materials to desired sizes.
  • Assisted with diverse construction chClaireges to help team and customer.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Vinita High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Auto Detailer
  • Auto Detailer
  • Auto Detailer
  • Laborer/Helper

Degrees

  • GED

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