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auto parts advisor resume example with 15+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
  • Cell:
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Summary

Dedicated Parts Counter Associate focused on maintaining high standards of compliance and service while exceeding sales objectives. Reliable professional dedicated to overcoming any challenge and supporting all business needs as part of first-rate team. Dependable parts sales professional with team player mentality and focus on maximizing revenue and customer satisfaction. Seeks out opportunities to increase sales and promote customer loyalty. Parts Advisor with 20 years of experience meeting and exceeding customers' automotive parts needs for domestic and imported vehicles. Fast-paced and patient automotive professional with passion to supply correct parts first time and help customers return cars to road promptly and safely. Tech-savvy team player, proficient working with people as well as with dealer software. Parts Advisor with 20 years of experience meeting and exceeding customers' automotive parts needs for domestic and imported vehicles. Fast-paced and patient automotive professional with passion to supply correct parts first time and help customers return cars to road promptly and safely. Tech-savvy team player, proficient working with people as well as with dealer software.

Skills
  • Maintenance Schedules
  • Reviewing Deliveries
  • Money Transfer Systems
  • Vendor Relations
  • Catalog Familiarity
Experience
Auto Parts Advisor, 04/2007 to 11/2019
Manhattan Beach Unified School DistrictManhattan Beach, CA,
  • Prioritized and maintained high-volume of fast-paced parts inquiries and orders, kept meticulous records and met or exceeded sales goals in [Number]% of reporting months.
  • Reviewed catalogs and computer databases to search and locate correct parts for customer vehicles according to make, model and year.
  • Received, examined and reshelved returned parts.
  • Operated point of sales and parts lookup computer systems.
  • Directed [Number] employees in parts sales, service and delivery.
  • Coordinated and executed daily parts deliveries to local businesses.
  • Assisted [Job title] with cycle counting for inventory control.
  • Reviewed body shop estimates, verified correctly identified parts and confirmed that pricing matched estimates supplied to customers.
  • Placed inventory numbers on parts to properly identify items for counter associates.
  • Managed inventory, ordered parts and recorded parts transactions through dealer management system software and trained other team members to use software proficiently.
  • Optimized team effectiveness by personally working with new hires regarding compliance, sales and service standards.
  • Opened crates to replenish stocked items in proper aisles.
  • Advised retail, wholesale and internal automotive parts customers in parts selection, immediately expedited out-of-stock parts and supplied parts to requestors promptly.
  • Improved team member performance by devising and overseeing personalized strategies.
  • Performed quality control inspections on parts and packaged parts for delivery or sale.
  • Finalized sales receipts, contracts, logs and other documentation regarding parts sales and service appointments.
  • Received and stocked incoming merchandise, arranging items in correct locations.
  • Checked in ordered parts systematically upon arrival, immediately contacted ordering party and accounted for parts in physical space and computerized database.
  • Alerted customers to companion part requirements and specials, exposed customers to full product line and patiently explained parts use and installation when asked.
  • Increased team productivity by implementing multiple strategic process improvements.
  • Communicated product expertise and department process improvements to meet organizational goals.
  • Followed standards of care and compliance per company and legal requirements.
  • Kept sales and counter areas organized and clean to give positive first impression to visitors and customers.
  • Implemented process and procedural updates to uphold high standards of service and quality, as well as meet challenging sales objectives.
  • Developed strategic sales initiatives to pitch products and services.
  • Answered inquiries, resolved problems and finalized parts sales at counter and by telephone.
Building Maintenance Worker, 06/1985 to 06/1988
Jones Lang WootonCity, STATE,
  • Set up and operated machine tools to repair or fabricate jigs, fixtures or tools.
  • Planned and laid out repair work using diagrams, drawings or schematic diagrams.
  • Aligned and balanced new equipment after installation.
  • Maintained or repaired specialized equipment or machinery.
  • Assembled, installed or repaired electrical or electronic components and pipe systems.
  • Performed routine maintenance by inspecting drives, motors or belts.
  • Inspected alarm systems and monitors to comply with fire, carbon monoxide and other safety levels.
  • Read blueprints and specifications to determine best methods to approach maintenance projects.
  • Completed basic carpentry tasks and installed shelves, hooks and closet rods to meet customer needs.
  • Checked electrical components to identify defects and hazards and make necessary adjustments.
  • Handled routine cosmetic updates such as painting walls and replacing outdated fixtures.
  • Read work orders or received instructions from supervisors or homeowners to determine work requirements.
  • Completed minor electrical, plumbing and HVAC maintenance for building occupants.
  • Inspected, operated or tested machinery or equipment to diagnose machine malfunctions.
  • Implemented preventive maintenance practices and upheld equipment guidelines to avoid failures.
  • Cleaned or lubricated shafts, bearings or other parts of machinery.
  • Diagnosed and corrected mechanical problems using blueprints, repair manuals or parts catalogs.
  • Maintained equipment performance by cleaning and lubricating components.
  • Responded to personnel queries and troubleshooting requests to provide repair services to improve operations.
  • Repaired machines, equipment or structures using tools or equipment.
  • Ordered parts, supplies or equipment from catalogs or suppliers.
  • Routinely inspected equipment for preventive and emergency maintenance needs.
  • Dismantled machines, equipment, or devices to access and remove defective parts.
  • Diagnosed and repaired mechanical issues according to industry standards.
  • Disassembled appliances to diagnose problems and facilitate repairs.
  • Installed equipment to improve energy or operational efficiency of residential or commercial buildings.
  • Conducted performance and safety inspections on equipment and machinery to maintain operational baseline.
  • Recorded type and cost of maintenance or repair work.
  • Adjusted devices or control instruments using hand tools, levels or straightedges.
  • Changed HVAC filters and cleaned condensation drains to perform preventive maintenance on HVAC systems.
  • Implemented troubleshooting techniques to resolve issue.
  • Estimated costs to repair machinery, equipment or building structures.
  • Reviewed blueprints and manuals to repair and restore optimal functionality.
Carpenter's Helper, Current to Current
Friend .City, STATE,
  • Assisted journeyman carpenters in installing fixtures and fittings.
  • Uncovered product defects and addressed with job foreman.
  • Encouraged feedback from foreman and trade workers on site to incorporate suggestions into later work.
  • Verified trueness of structure with plumb bob, carpenter's level and other measurements to maintain construction quality.
  • Cleaned job site after work completion and disposed of debris in proper containers.
  • Cut materials on job site to prepare for installation.
  • Assembled products using hand and power tools safely and effectively.
  • Built carpentry products such as cabinetry, framework and furniture.
  • Determined material requirements and dimensions by studying blueprints, sketches and building plans.
  • Helped with movement of materials and equipment to different job sites.
  • Assisted master carpenters with [Type] installations for residential and commercial customers.
  • Followed OSHA and corporate safety regulations and procedures.
  • Installed drywall, ceilings and trim and fabricated replacement trim and moldings.
  • Installed, assembled and repaired woodwork, millwork, cabinetry and trim under supervision of master carpenter.
  • Supported safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules and regulations.
  • Obtained strong understanding of residential and commercial building codes.
  • Conserved carpentry resources by using equipment and supplies efficiently to accomplish job tasks.
  • Worked with journeyman carpenters in insulating offices to soundproof and control temperature.
  • Completed hands-on training with skilled carpenters, resulting in woodwork proficiency with equipment.
Education and Training
GED: , Expected in 06/1980
Crossland High School - Temple Hills, MD
GPA:
  • [Award] Recipient NIULPE 4TH Class Engineers Licence Low Pressure Boilers .. i have maintained keeping this licence since about 1988 and very proud to express this achievement
Additional Information
  • Very adaptable to the current tasks and situations approaching with common sense for the best possible outcome and results

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School Attended

  • Crossland High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Auto Parts Advisor
  • Building Maintenance Worker
  • Carpenter's Helper

Degrees

  • GED

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