Experienced mechanic with a background in maintaining equipment, supervising technicians, working with outside vendors and conducting the activities of Maintenance Director on a fleet of 550 pieces of equipment.
I served in the U.S. Coast Guard for seven years. I advanced from the rank of E-2 to the rank of E-5. During my service I had the opportunity to serve aboard the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Munro (Alameda, CA), U.S. Coast Guard station Golden Gate (Sausalito, CA) and at Marine Safety office San Francisco Bay (Alameda, CA). Job functions during this time include, Watchman of the bridge, Cutter rescue swimmer, Helicopter tie down team member, Aviation Firefighter, Boatswains mate of the watch, Small boat crewman, Outboard engine repair, Detroit diesel service and repair, Small boat repair, 44' and 47' motor lifeboat maintenance and repair, Heavy weather boat team member, Boarding team member, Pollution Investigator, Federal on scene coordinator for the captain of the port of San Francisco, Hazmat technician and Commercial fishing vessel inspector.
I began my career at Jim Palmer trucking as a fleet mechanic conducting day to day repairs on Class 8 tractors, trailers and refrigeration units. I quickly advanced to evening shop foreman where I was responsible for the supervision of 3 mechanics. After six months as the evening foreman I was promoted to fleet manager where I was responsible for the oversight of 50-55 over the road truck drivers. After five years of being a fleet manager I was moved back to the maintenance department where I was put in charge of the roadside breakdown department in an effort to reduce our over the road costs. After a year of service as the roadside supervisor, I was promoted to the role of Maintenance Director. As Maintenance Director I managed the Roadside Breakdown department, the Missoula terminal, the Denver terminal and 13 staff members. In the three years as Maintenance Director I reduced overall costs by 25%.
Worked at our family body shop part time during high school and full time while taking night classes in junior college. I started out washing and detailing vehicles then learned how to color sand and polish clear coat finishes and prep vehicles for paint work. I was also responsible for the pick up and delivery of vehicles from various customer locations.
I attended U.S. Coast Guard Machinery technician school where I learned to:
I attended Fresno City College after graduating high school where I started working on my Associate of Arts degree; however, I did not graduate because I enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard.
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