I come from a agricultural/logging background. After marriage I attended college to better myself for my new family. I attended diesel/heavy equipment school and graduated 1999. Since then I have been a mechanic with 14 years experience in maintaining a large fleet of construction equipment. Areas of expertise include electrical and hydraulic troubleshooting on various types of equipment from generators to 100ton cranes. Attended Terex tower crane training level 1 classTTCT-101 and all pre requisites.
Equipment Maintenance and Repair
Planned work and determined appropriate tools and equipment.Processed work orders and prioritized jobs.Completed all repairs and maintenance workWorked overtime, including evenings and weekends, to respond to emergencies and fix unsafe conditions.Managed work with little or no supervision.Notified supervisors of faulty operations and defective materials.Cut, fit, and welded metal components, including plate, structural shapes, and pipe.
student of the year 1999
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