I have worked full time since the age of 17 with no breaks in employment. During that time I have attended trade school for mechanical maintenance, electrical theory and practice, PLC controls (GE), and I am currently working towards a bachelors degree. My first job was in General Construction where I learned to use tools and my time efficiently. I was responsible for troubleshooting, repairs, and preventative maintenance for reefers in my second and third jobs. Finally, I have been employed with PCMC since August of 2005 where I have spent time in Crane, Chassis, Reefer, and Power shops.
Preventative Maintenance and repairs on Gensets, Pick-ups, chassis, RTGs, and Gantry Cranes
Troubleshooting, repair, and Pre-trips of over-the-road refrigeration equipment. My performance at Carrier resulted in the company entrusting me with its largest service contract in the greater San Diego area, Sisco Foods.
Performed Pre-Trips, Troubleshooting, and repairs of Reefers within the facility, and I was handling Reefer service calls alone outside the facility within my one year of employment with RCS. Performed some Genset preventative maintenance.
General Industrial electrical work (apprentice level), general construction and appliance installation
Trade Certificate in Mechanical Maintenance Technology
Received the Outstanding Student Achievement Award for Welding in 2003
Attended various classes on electricity in addition to those required for the Mechanical Maintenance Certificate, including Introduction to PLCs, and Fundamentals of Motors and Generators
Currently enrolled in General Education classes and in pursuit of a bachelor degree
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