I have a wide range of skills, talents and experience in a broad range of jobs. I am dedicated, dependable and driven when meeting a deadline. I become very focused when working under pressure. I am looking for a position to use my talents and possibly move into management.
Stepped in to the role of acting lead man on the wash rack during a time when the production was very far behind and the staffing was very short. I helped plan, direct and assign manpower to bring production on line to meet the needs of other shops.
As a WG 7 in the disassembly section, I trained WG 9s and WG 11s how to perform their jobs.
From June 2013 to current, I have been acting lead man for 5 different washing facilities and oversee 30 employees. I receive instructions from the supervisor and use various spreadsheets on the intranet IE LMP production review, Final paint production schedule, incoming emails, and other various sources to determine the work for the day and how best to place personnel for optimum output. I make sure personnel have the proper supplies to complete their jobs. I help determine proper cleaning methods for a variety of parts and equipment and demonstrate these methods. I encourage employees to meet tough deadlines and answer questions that arise. I keep check on all work in progress and report status of work, stoppages and delays, and overall work operations to the supervisor. I ensure proper ppe is worn and safety guidelines are followed. I troubleshoot down equipment and send the work order or service orders to the proper shops to minimize downtime. When shorthanded I step in and wash on the wash racks to ensure production is met. I am constantly looking for better and quicker ways to speed up production while maintaining a high standard of work.
Prior to the lead man position i worked 1 year in the paint shop as a painter helper and sand blaster performing all the duties of both jobs.
I also worked in the disassembly section as a mechanic. I worked on combat tracked vehicles including M1A1/A2 Abrahms tank, M88 track vehicle retriever, M9 Ace, AVLB Bridge Launcher, M109 Paladin and M992 Faasv. I removed applicable parts to facilitate removal of the turrets on the Abrahms and Paladins. I removed armored plating, rear deck assemblies, doors and hatches. I disassembles and segregated hydraulic systems, fuel systems, electrical and electronics components, mechanical and suspension systems. I properly tapped holes and torqued bolts to specification using calibrated instruments. I removed power pack assemblies, drained and prepared them for shipment to support shops. I identified parts by vehicle, separated parts and filled out paperwork by project code. I removed parts without damage so they could be reclaimed. I was consistently called on to troubleshoot problems in other areas of the shop and to train other personnel in grades higher than mine to do their jobs correctly. I work well with no supervision. I used all the basic mechanics tools. I also used all sizes of impact guns, large and small air chisels, drills, hand grinders, cutting wheels, mounted grinders, and a variety of specialty tools. I am proficient in using technical manuals, field manuals, and material safety data sheets. I have completed the Lean Six Sigma problem solving and solution class and project. I have participated in three time studies and rapid fielding events
Performed mechanical and general maintenance on all production equipment in the plant. Job included adjusting machinery to specification making adjustment due to materials being used. Also performed preventive maintenance and modifications on machinery. Worked on hydraulics, air systems, electronics, electrical and mechanical parts. Mixed chemicals being used in the machines. I used basic mechanic tools, belt sanders, band saws, welders, drill presses and acetylene torches.
During my tenure at Sentinel Consumer Products, I was deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. During my deployment I was a squad leader with 4 fire teams under my supervision. I was also one of the sergeants of the guard supervising 40 soldiers providing security for the Combined Forces Command Afghanistan headquarters. We also provided security for the theater commander and numerous visiting dignitaries.
Chief duties were that of an electrician. I bent and installed conduit. Ran electrical wiring by blueprints. Installed and hooked up switches, plugs, lights, fans, junction boxes, fuse panels, and main services. Performed troubleshooting and repair on a wide variety of hospital equipment. Was a member of the clinic travel team that provided maintenance to clinics in a 60 mile radius. Also helped other mechanics do plumbing, hvac, construction and wood shop work.
Performed as a mechanic on all aspects of robotic injection molding operation to include machinery repair, preventive maintenance, and adjustments. Duties included electrical, electronic, hydraulic, and pnuematic work
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