I am a fast learner, I started everything with buying my first dirtbike and almost completely rebuilding the engine on my own, after that I knew I wanted to work with my hands and learn as much as I could. I am trustworthy and will show up to work on time 99% of the time, im a heavy sleeper but when I have work I go to bed early the previous night so I can wake up on time. I am willing to clean and be the gopher if that is what is needed to acquire a better position. I will always work to be better and faster at whatever I am doing. I don't argue and if I mess up or find something that is wrong I alert managers as soon as possible. I can work in all weather and will still get stuff done.
This was my very first job and I was pretty eager to start earning some money. I quit playing football so I would have time and energy to work. I had a lot of fun at this job because it was where a lot of my buddies from school worked. While employed there I cooked burger and anything else that was on the menu and ordered, the other half of my job was cleaning the floor, cleaning dishes, closing down the store, and taking all the trash out at the end of the night. after working there for about a year I started seeing other jobs that were paying a lot more than I was earning there, I was at minimum wage, my girlfriends Aunt had asked me if I wanted out of the fast food business and of course I said yes, she offered to recommend for the driver position at midwest. I got hired at Midwest and was working two jobs for a little bit because I didn't want to put my two weeks in too early. One of the managers didn't want me to leave but told me I would always have a job there if I needed one.
This was my first dealership job and I was really excited to get into the automotive industry. The staff was constantly changing, people leaving and new people were being hired. after about a year the service manager had changed two or three times, but I began asking to start working back in the shop just doing oil changed and tire rotations, the tech in the back always had me back there helping them. The manager told me he would get back there it would just take some time, I waited about a year and he hadn't talked to me about it since. during that year I was moping the floors, cleaning hand rails, the stalls for the mechanics, and taking all the trash in the shop out to the dumpsters. After the second year a lot of the employees at Midwest got furloughed due to COVID and I was one of them and it was about that time I decided it was time to move onto somewhere I could work on vehicles and start gaining experience.
Started out there doing the easier jobs, such as brakes, oil changes, and a lot of cleaning. As I worked there longer I gained trust and started working on bigger jobs. Bigger jobs were doing things like replacing ac compressors, recharging ac systems, small amount of diagnosis, and transmission services, and still was cleaning the floors and whatever was asked of me. While working here I was also in school for my ASE certifications, so there was a couple of times when I had to stay at school for a little bit after class to finish up a vehicle, test, or something related to important projects, Bill (the manager of the shop) didn't seem to mind too much. after about 4 month of working there I tested positive for COVID-19 and was at home for two weeks. Returning to work was strange no one seemed to interested in me, which wasn't to big of an issue for me. After about another two weeks Bill called me into his office and said that they had found a vehicle that had the oil plug loosened. he said the paperwork had mine and someone else's number on it and told me it was going to be my last day there, so after work I packed up my tools and headed home.
Worked under my uncle, I started out running tools and parts to and from everyone. after a couple months I understood enough to start working on my own a little bit by gluing and installing pipe in the ceiling, breaking up concrete, and mapping out waterlines on my own. As I started gaining momentum and started working faster, my uncle got fired and since I was under him I wasn't there much longer after he left. The job we were working in hutch was running out of things to do so they decided to let me go too.
I joined the automotive program my Senior year of high school and completed the two years required to earn my ASE certification
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