Highly motivated in reaching any goal or project set before me. I have experience in repairing light and heavy duty vehicles. Along with having a mechanical background I can troubleshoot, repair and maintain PLC and motor controlled systems. I have the ability to install, troubleshoot and repair residential and industrial electrical wiring systems.I have basic welding and metal working skills as well. On my military background I have the ability to set up maintain and repair basic and advanced communication systems to include SINGARS and HARRIS radios. I can lead and maintain a tactful and safety oriented environment
Completed BCT (Basic Combat Training) top of my class and achieved various awards.
Competed in Skills USA while attending Allen Thornton Tech Center.
Completed CREW system course in Ft. Huachuca top of the class.
Associates degree in Automation Robotics/ Electrical Maintenance
Held a high enough grade point average requirements for the Deans list three semesters in a rowSecret Security Clearance (4 years until recertification)
As a multi-craft maintenance person I am responsible for everyday issues the plant had with its machines and operating systems. This included many task such as every day preventive maintenance checks and on spot repairs. As well as the day to day checks I was responsible for monthly machine checks and building inspections. The repairs I have had to make consisted of various electrical and mechanical components from replacement to overhaul. At Feralloy there have been numerous instances where welding and fabrication work was needed to ensure of proper operation of the various machine that the plant has. As well as maintaining the steel production equipment I have also had time to work and help maintain four TRUMPF CO2 laser CNC machines.
Troubleshoot and repair various power train and electrical systems. Anything from complete engine transfers to internal component replacement. Service and maintain shop equipment and organization various small parts and fluids and filters for everyday use. Analyze and track down various electrical problems and component failure.
Specialist in the United States Army Reserve. I preform duties that are handed down to me from my superiors. These duties range from operating and maintaining the companies signal equipment to basic solider tasks
Look up and sell parts and accessories to customers depending on their need. Aid in troubleshooting vehicle problems. Maintain a clean safe work environment in and out of the store. As a mobile parts pro making sure the shops are up to date on different sales and getting them the right part or products. Practice good communication skills and customer service
I learned about various PLC systems and how to program and trouble shoot problems that can occur. As well as trouble shooting I can read and use line logic and how to debug a PLC system. I was taught how all the necessary components that make a modern industrial system function. I also learned how to install, maintain, trouble shoot and repair residential and industrial wiring and motor controlled systems. Achieved Deans List status two Semesters in a row
I was taught how to maintain discipline and how to overcome any obstacle that has been placed in front of me. I was taught that when there is a job to do that it must be done with in a timely deadline or you would face consequences. I learned how to begin to lead other people toward a unified goal. Most importantly I learned that it is always right to be where you are told to be at the right time doing what is asked of you.
Here I was taught how to use and maintain all of the Army's current means of communication via radio or satellite. My leadership skills here were lengthened and I was given the title of Platoon Leader of my class with in Delta Co. 369th Signal Battalion.
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