Due to my current and previous job background, I not only am capable of, but prefer physical labor jobs. Going hand in hand with that, I prefer being outside and as an Arizona Native have developed a high heat tolerance over the past twenty years. I have extensive knowledge on your typical tools used in construction as well as those used in automotive. I am comfortable around many types of machinery, heavy equipment, and hazardous equipment. Above all, I take pride and find enjoyment in keeping my body and mind in the best shape I can to ensure I can carry out physical jobs. I am in the gym multiple times a week and have been taking Muay Thai classes multiple times a week as well. While I am far from perfect, I like to think mentally and physically I am always bettering myself and developing myself into the person I want to be.
At George Funk construction I was hired on as an installer/laborer. Our primary field of work consists of constructing residential patio covers, laying pavers, cement work, artificial turf installations, and more. Transitioning from the automotive industry to construction has expanded my experience with hands on labor greatly, helped improve my heat tolerance even further, and most of it all it has taught me to handle difficult situations that require you to think outside the box. The job consists of plenty of physical labor as well as areas that require you to use your head and work with mental precision. As time has progressed and I have shown promise, my superior has let me perform more and more work independently and given me countless great opportunities to expand my skill set and skill level.
At Larry H Miller Ford, I was initially hired on as a QRT technician. The main responsibilities in this position consisted of fluid exchanges, filter exchanges, and tire rotations. My superiors quickly noticed my work ethic and determination and within a few months I was promoted to an upsell technician. As an upsell technician I tackled general light drive-line and front end work along with Ford recalls. Also any services that may have been upsold by QRT technicians were given to me. Shortly after, the decision was made to move me to an apprentice position. Knowing my strengths, weaknesses and what I am passionate about I made the decision to become an apprentice for front end, light drive-line, and heavy drive-line work. I was very fortunate to work under a mentor that was an outstanding teacher and wanted to see me succeed in this industry. As an apprentice I learned countless tricks, tips, and techniques from my mentor that shaped me into a better technician. Eventually I was promoted to an independent automotive technician and carried out jobs that were assigned to me by myself. I learned a lot about myself, my problem solving skills, and much more while in this position. It taught me many valuable skills I will continue to use for the entirety of my life.
Primary Responsibilities: Carrying out routine maintenance on vehicles such as, shocks, brakes, oil changes, tires, and other general light drive-line and front end work. Completing full vehicle inspections to evaluate any possible issues that may need to be addressed or that may impact customer safety.
Continuously maintaining organization and cleanliness of personal work space.
I began work at Discount Tire as my first real job while in high school. I was very fortunate to have a story manager who was an amazing leader and wanted nothing more than to help his crew grow their skill sets and career. While I began as a technician, through my hard work and learning I eventually made my way into an assistant manager position shortly after I graduated high school. My duties for each position are listed below.
Technician primary duties: Installing wheels and tires fast, efficiently, and safely, repairing damaged tires safely, ensuring every assembly was perfectly balanced and did not exceed road force limits, maintaining cleanliness in the shop, properly lifting and jacking up vehicles.
Assistant manager primary duties: Working with my customers to find the tires or wheels that best fit their needs and wants, making absolutely sure every customer I worked with would be safe out on the road, training and assisting technicians to be safe and efficient, maintaining all inventory in the shop, such as tools, tires, wheels, jacks, cleaning supplies, wheel weights, and making sure all supplies were organized and where they needed to be, leading my technicians in the shop by example and motivating them to help us stay caught up and get customers cars out in a reasonable time.
I have successfully taken and passed the following online classes:
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